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Birds of Paradise, Aigretts, Plumes, Ostrich and Marabau Sets going at less than importers cost. All our fine Alliga tor, Seal and Walrus Bags included. Central^A venue LEVY OSTRICH FEATHER COMPANY CenjAvenue ' _ I Personals j T. F. Lawrence of 8t. Louis, is a guest at the Arlington. H. Floyd Madison, of Bastrop, La, is stopping at the Arlington. J. P. Blank of St. Louis, is a guest. at the Arlington. Mrs. H. D. Synes and non of Nia gara Fails, Out. are at the Arlington. 'H. D.'Miller of PitMtbui;;, Pa, is a guest at the Kastuian. W. S. Ualeigh of Now .York, is slop ping at the Eastman. Allen Wright, of McAlester, Okla.. is a guest at the Arlington. W. M. House of Paris, Tex, is Stopping at the Eastman. W. A. Waide of New York, is at the Eastman. ._**«**!£, F. M. Kennedy of Monore, 1.a, Is Stopping at tiie Eastman. _ Mr. and Mrs. (’. P. Boer land of Pontiac, III, registered at the Arling ton yesterday. Mr. arid Mr*. H. L. liankinsou. of New 'York, are guests at the Arling ton. J. J. McClellan of Columbus, O, readied the Arlington yesterday. He Is in the Spa for an extended stay. . D T Quigley and Fred Barnard of Boston, registered together at tho Kastman yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Rosebnrg of New York, are guests at the East man. .T. T. Gong of Kansas City, Mo, registered at the Eastman yesterday. He is in the Spa for a substantial stay. Her. C. O. Steele and wife have re turned from a visit to friends in Mal vern and Arkadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Young, of Chi cago, with their son, B. B., were prominent Chicago people registering at the Park yesterday. S. H. Harris and E. D. Nina of St. Gouts, registered together at tne Eastman yesterday. Thav intend making an -extende* stav. W. I. Hage of Sagemore, Pa., and Mi J. Genion of <ittanning, Pa., reached the Eastman yesterday. They plan making an extended stay. Mr. and Mrs. I.eo M Andrews, of Pine iBlufT, are spending the Easter season with Judge and Mrs. W. A. Kirk. William Judson of Grand Uap'uS, Mich., is a guest at the Eastman. Hq registered yesterday and contemA plates making a substantial . ».-5it. H. D. Kosentihal and family, of Gould, Ark., arrived at the East man yesterday. They are in the Spa for a visit of two or three weeks duration. Mr. Alfred P. Wakefield, of Minne apolis. accompanied by his charming daughter. Miss Mary, arrived yester day and will make their usual stay of four weeks as guests at the Park. Mr and Mrs. J. H Magee of El more, O., are guests at the Arling ton, Mr. Magee is president of the Bank of Elmore and rated high in financial circles throughout Ohio. 3.—™ xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx . SICK MAN jj DONT Leave Hot Springs Until You Investigate £ £ x X X X No Medscine Has Such Proofs of its Marvelous CURES. Be Convinced £ , tss&t LOPEZ REMEDY CO. f 001 CENTRAL AVI. X xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx CHIROPRACTIC ■ The World s Greatest Science — A New Road to Health Tile question always asked is what is Chiropractic? Chiro practic la the Science of ad justing (by hand) the displace ments in the spinal column, commonly called the back bone. We know that the Brain regulates the nerve impulses sent to all parts of the body via the Spinal Cord and out through the 31 pairs of Great Trunk perves to each and every organ giving them the power to act. There is only one place where a nerve can be shut off and that is In the spine. Now, tf that be true there can be but I one cause, (pinched nerves), k The Chiropractor removes the I cause and Nature does the P Healing, Your spine is the machine of the body, the same as the engine of the train. Both have to be adjusted. Putting the spine in position, the body runs without any trouble. The same as any machinery. Hon't say this Is impossible, as that Is what they told Mar coni about wireless telegraphy and many others who have de veloped the theory that such Is true. Many are being restored to Health by Chiropractic. Na ture's own Remedy. I du not *reat disease, I simply adjust the aplne and Nature doe* the Healing, t’all «u me iotla>. let’s talk it over and get at the Root of your trouble. Look for This Sign: -In Business for Your Health S. D. Amspoker, ChiropI actur—New Baptist Church Building. Louis R. Metz, of Omaha. Neb., is [laying his annual March visit to the Arlington. The well known brewer registered yesterday and intends making his customary three weeks’ stay. Mr. and Mrs. James Honan and [heir two handsome children have joined tthe Arlington’s Chicago col ony. Mr. Ronan is one of Chicago'? utfst known and prosperous commis sion mere bants, C. E. Hutchinson, of St. Louis, one of the middle west's best known iron and steel operators, registered at the Arlington yesterday. He intends making a visit or several weeks’ dur ation. Mrs. C. Lawrence, who has been visiting friends in this city for several weejss, returned to her home at Gainssville, Tex., yesterday. Mrs. Lawrsric e, for a number of years, suc cessfully conducted the Josephine and otherjhotel enterprises here. Mifc Maguerite Warner, who has .^visiting Mias Frances Etseie £<Sr Lie'past week, leaves tomorrow foe Iivt home at Jonesboro, Ark. Miss Wpf-n^r, who is a striking blonde, has ,.. ^ji host of new friends among ffMMpV* smart set. She has been brimshtty entertained by Miss Eisele and Miss Eisele’s many friends all week and there are many who will regret that she Is not coming to |>ay a longer yisit. Mr. and Mrs. John Moerlein, of | Cincinnati, O., were included among i yesterday’s arrivals at the Arlington. Mr. Moerlein is at the head of the famous brewery which bears his name. The Moerleins were acompan ied south by Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Born of Columbus, O. Mr. Born is another big operator in the brewery world. Both couples are annual March callers and Intend remaining until mid April. •Patrick Cudahy, the wealthy Mil waukee, Wis., meat packer, who has been a guest at the Arlington for the past fortnight, was Joined by bis I wife yesterday. Mr. Cudahy is en joying his visit immensely and has made a host of new friends among the Arlington's many guests. He is a regular on the golf links and hopes Professional “Willie" Hoare will put on another tournament before he is forced to return north. Mr. Cudahy competed in the St. Patrick's tourna ment an<f tried hard to win it. it was a triumph he was particularly anxious to register. Dr. M. F. Mount can be found in Dugan-Stuart Building, 2nd door 3-7-lwk . .... ■■■■ '—i ••••••••••••••••! 9 • • ! > j • I • j : Easter I > • Greetings i From • Kempner’s j “The Shoe j Store Ahead” l BASE BALL RESULTS! i Galveston 3, New York 2. Galveston, Tex., March 22.— Ham mering Crandall hard in the last two innings of a fast game, the Galveston team today defeated a team of mixed regulars and recruits of the New York nationals by a score of 3 to 2. Cran dall was a puzzle to his opponents until the closing innings when he was hit for two scratch hits, two singles, a two bagger and a three base hit. St. Louis 7, Dallas 2. Dallas, Tex., March 22.—With elev en safeties, three of them triples, by Sloan. Wallace and Johnston, respec tively, the St. Louis American team, under the guidance or Manager Sto vall this afternoon won from the local Texas league team 7 yi 2. Further than the fact that the Browns outhit the TexanB there w'as little to the game. Crossins' wild throw to catch a runner at third netted one of the Dallas runs. Allison and Welmsn pitched for St. Louis. Philadelphia 9. Beaumont 4. Beaumont, Tex.. March 22.—The Philadelphia American recruits batted their way to victory this atternoon in a game with the Beaumont team. Hit ting Larson for fifteen safeties, includ ing three home runs, one three-bagger and six two-baggers the American leaguers quit with Daine ruus to the locals' tour. Giants 3, Houston 0. Houston. Tex . March 22,-The New York Giants defeated the Houston, Texas, team today 3 to 0, Ames and Goulak holding the locals safe through out the game. A long two base drive by Chief Meyers, scoring Herzog who had walked in the third, was the fea ture of the game. Cleveland 4, New Orleans 2. New Orleans. March 22.—The Cleve land American League club today de feated the New Orleans Southern league team by a score of 4 to 2. New Orleans got tour hits and Cleveland six. Kahler and Mitchell pitched for Cleveland. *■ Atlanta 11. Boston 4. Atlanta, Ga.. March 22. The Atlan- j la team easily defeated the Boston Nationals here today 11 to 4. raking the lead in the first inning the locals maintained it throughout the game. Cubs 8, Memphis 2. Memphis, ^March 22.—Chicago Na tional league batsmen had nothing on Memphis of the Southern league in the way of ability to hit the ball in today's game between those tea.ms, but sprinting National league fielders blanked all but two of Memphis ef torts to circle the bases. At the end Chicago’s score was 8. Richie in five and Lavender in four innings yielded seven hits and Sehnei berg, Harrell and Rodier, in three in nings each, allowed Chicago a like number. Detroit 6, Mobile 3. Mobile. Ala.. March 22.—The Detroit Americans defeated the Mobile South ern league team today H to 3. Hall, five innings and Dauss the other four innings pitched for Detroit with Ron deau catching. Cavet and Townsend in the same order occupied the mound tor Mobile. Veacb of the Detroits made a three base hit which was one of the 13 the visitors made. There will be another game tomorrow. Washington 8, U. of Va. 1. At Charlottesville, Va. Washing ton Americans 8. 'University of VU ginia 1. Lincoln 5, Omaha 4. Oklahoma City. March 22.—By a ■ score of 5 to 4 the Lincoln team of) the Western league Saturday got away with the first of two games to be played between that team and the Omaha Western league team. The batting by Congaltou, for Oma ha, was easily the feature of the oth erwise unsensational game. Congal ton's hatting was responsible for three of the four runs earned by Omaha. • Another game will be played tomor- , row by the two teams. St. Louis 7. Chattanooga 4. Chattanooga. Tenn., March 22 Brilliant fielding, including a long catch by Evans in left field and Gri ner's pitching featured the work of the St. Louis Nationals in the game this afternoon with Chattanooga of the Southern league, St. IahMs won 7 to I. AUTO POLO A 1ST DA GAME FIRST OF SERIES OF THRILLS AT Wm i i INGTON PARK MON DAY AFTERNOON. The first of a series of thrills In the auto polo contests will occur at Kogel field, Whittington park, Mon jay afternoon, waeu the initial con test will be played. This is a new sport to 'HOt Springs, and in the Bast where it is now recognized as one of the most daring projects ev er offered in the amusement line, au to polo has (Hie game played with ponies, sparring matches and even foot bait, for thrills, accidents and daredeviltry, put into tne discard. Imagine a game of polo played with automobiles. That is what this is. The cars are specially built for the game. Of course they crash. They are bound to collide, and of course the players are sent flying through the air. The first game, owing to the con test between the Red Sox and tile Rirates, will be called at 1 o’clock, and will be over in time for tthe ses sion on the diamond. The second game will start immediately after the ball game and all wno witness it will be able to get home tu time for supper." * v it is said the doctors’ union, under takers' local and tombstone makers’! chapel have all passed on this sport ‘ and have given in an official "O. K. ! If you are subject to heart failure, ! stay away from Fogel field tomo* 1 row. but If you (have nerve galore, j don't miss this sport. MARRIAGE LICENSES. Marriage licenses have been issued by County Clerk Davis to the follow ing: W. C. Seay, 22, to Palie Till man. 18; both of this city Asa H Everheiaer, 19, to Alma Perkins, 22. both of Oklahoma. R. B. Roberts, 31, to Katie M. Roberts, 27, both of this city. W. N. Robert Jr., of New York, is registered at the Eastman. Oil; My Poor Feet - -- - • n ■ | *i EZO, A REFINED OINTMENT, DRIVES OUT SORENESS, PAIN AND MISERY. N'o matter how many foot remedies you have tried, here’a one that is ab solutely guaranteed. Get a 25-cent jar of EZO at Sorrells Drug Co. today, just rub it on and you’ll be rid of all soreness, tender ness, burning, aching in a few hours. Oh my! but EZO will surprise you, and if you have corhs or bunions that seem to be overloaded with agony, you must get EZO; it’s line for chapped face, hands, and chilblains. 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