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SPECIAL SATURDAY AND MONDAY 25 Dozen Ladies Genuine Silk Lisle Hose, Regular 25c Value - 10 Cents a Pair The Greatest Bargain Ever Offered in Hot Springs Any shoe in the house 25 per cent off. Stock includes the world famous Dorothy Dodd for women and the Doctor Reed and R. P. Smith line for men. All Arrow Brand Collars ten cents. We are having a great Sale. • We thank You S. A SAMMONS &- SON GROCERIES and FEED Urn#, Cement, Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Sewer and Culvert Pipe. 911-913 Central Ave. Phone 42 St. John’s Bazaar Your attention is called to the ba zaar, the ladies of St, John s Catholic Church are conducting at 353 Cen tral Avenue, formerly Hattie Cohn s millinery, Come and enjoy a good dinner or supper. Bazaar Continues the Whole Week MARTHA WASHINGTON CANDY 60c. A POUND NONE BETTER FOR SALE AT Lemly’s Drug Store ESTABLISHED 1875. 3W CENTRAL AVENUE. TELEPHONE 2(M n . i • WORLDS Boston American champions vs Pittsburg Nationals 2:30 p. n. Every Monday, Wed nesday, Friday and Saturday AT Whittington Park GAME CALLED 2:30 P. M. JUSTICE BISCHOFF DASHED TO DEATH PLUNGED 11 STORIES THROUGH ELEVATOR SHAFT WHEN HE MADE A MISTAKE. Was Justice Who Gave Becker Delay and Sent Commission to Hot Springs to Inquire Into Schepps’ Talk. New York. March 28.—Justice Hen ry Hist hoff of the New York slate supreme court, plunged eleven stor ies down an elevator shaft to his death this afternoon in the Grand Savings bank building. Justice BVschoff entered the ele vator at the'' ground floor, apparent ly intending to leave it at the twen tieth floor, where he had offices. By mistake he left at the eleventh flooi and he discovered his error almost immediately and turned to reenter the car. in the meantime the aft shot upward, th6 operator closing the door as the vehicle ascended. Justice Bischoff who is nearsighted did not see the ascending car and ! lell through the partly open door. • His body' was horribly mangled. Justice Bischoff was sixty years old and had been on the supreme couffi bench muce 1896. ENGLE LEFT DAYTON. Famous Boston Infielder Has Just Removed His Home From the Stricken City. Clyde Bugle, the World’s Cham pions' renowned utility infielder and one of the big heroes of last Octo ber's big series with the New York Giants, though he barely worked two minutes all told against the Nation al lasagne's pennant winners, was born in Dbytou, O. Ho also lived in that luckless city all his life, Hast summer Clyde and his wife became so infatuated with 'Boston that they removed their household effects from Dayton to the big New England etty. This was the first winter in En gle's life that he did not live in Day ton. His wife is in Boston, so he Is not worried, though It goes without saying that, he would have about gone mad if their domicile was still in Dayton. Engle is eagerly awaiting news of several members of his fam ily, as well as a host of old friends, and naturally, all broken up over the sad <atastrophe, is happy over his ! good fortune of having moved East, with his wife. Brick Owens, the National Leagu® umpire, who has been running tk.e Boston-PitUbuffc series, left for St. lxniis yesterday morning. He is Mil ler Huggins’ nominee for work in tiiC Mound City’s spring series, which ia scheduled to commence Saturday. The Cardinals have been marooned in Indianapolis all week and the ser ies will probably he passed up. But. Mrs. Brick is in St. Ixiuls and thnt suits the big fellow. Billy Evans returned north with Owens. BOWLING NOTES. The “Southern Indies'* took from the “Lady Elks" in last night's match game on the Southern Alleys by 1 to pins. Mrs. Gape made high average 121. Mrs. Wolf high score, 177. Prof. Oscar Oregar entertained the ladies with his harp while the victors serv ed a light lunch to their friends pres ent. The score: Southern Ladies. Cage . 85 Russell . 120 Burgess . 73 Hyman . 87 Wolf . 177 Totals . ,122 Lady Elks. Owens . 87 Moore t... 62 Rhaddlnger . 113 Prdpster . 80 I McRoberts . SO Totals .. 133 523 488 — IDENTIFY DEAD WOMAN. . Well-Known In Newspaper and Mag azine Circles. Chattanooga. Tenn., March £8.— Mis« Isabella Temple who -died from the effects of polsOn In a crowded store In New Orleans toddy was about SO years old and a daughter ot H. F. Temple, a retired uaanuifccturer 107 171 131 91 82 39 111 74 89 38 520 111 114 106 76 95 81 / 94 109 91 HO 103 of this city. Miss Temple was an ar list and had been in New York for several years doing illustrating fot one of the magazines. She IB turned to her home a year suffering with nervousness. Her condition did noC improve and site became despondent. Miss Temple was widely known and she had been under constant watch by her friends and relatives for some time. The family is one of tlie best known and most prominent in the central south. DUN'S WEEKLY REVIEW. New York. March 28.—Duu's re view will say tomorrow: Apart from the temporary inter ruption lo railroad traffic as well as commerce generally, caused by the Hood disaster in Ohio and Indiana and by the great storms throughout the middle west tnere has been lit tie change in domestic trade condi tions. Notwithstanding the appall ing loss of life and properly in the ^afflicted regions from Omaha and other«points devastated by tornadoes early in the week, reports indicate that the work of recovery has already begun, while there is a nation wide movement to co-operate with the state and municipalities in the flood districts in coping with the situatiou there. There will no doubt be increased difficulty in obtaining prompt deliv eries of iron and steel products; hut. before the floods caused suspension of work in certain places, the situa tion in this industry was marked by great activity in most branches. STEAMER IS IMPRESSED. I’aducah. Ky., March 2S.—The steamer Roberts of Paducah was Im pressed by government officials to day and sent with supplies and pro visions for flood refugees in the vicinity of the New Madrid Bend ot the Mississippi river, a fe wmiles be low Cairo. The loss of life is said to have been heavy. At 8 o'clock tonight the river here registered 12 feet, a rise of two feet today. iyxxxtxxxxxxvxxxxvxxxxtxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.xxxxaxxxxxxxxxxxx: Those CleOer New Hats Are making a big hit with the young fel lows w h o k n o w what’s what in Spring Hats All the snappiest styles and shapes will be found here. Greens, browns, blues and smart pearl gray shades. Particular values at $3.00 and $3.50 SADLER’S Arthur H. Kati, Praa. and Mgr. Men'* Wear for Careful Dreaaera 428 Central Atenut. xxxxcxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Personals ■r..?■ , ' 1 Arutlir C. Ringland of the United States Forest Service, is stopping at the Arlington. James Wohl of New York, is regist ered at the Arlington. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Boas of St. Louis, are paying their aunual visit to the Arlington. They registered yesterday and intend making their customary substantial slay. Mr. Boas is connected with the big whole sale dry goods house of Kice-Stix Co. Ceorge W. Jordan of Kansas City., Mo., reached the Arlington jester day. He plans making an expended stay. W. Joy of Chicago, is stopping at the Arlington. K. H. Murdock of St. Ia>. s, is a guest at the Arlington. He register ed yesterday and contemplates mak ing a substantial stay. Mr. and Mrs. William L. Maxwell of Kansas City, Mo., are guests at the Arlington. They were Included In yesterday's arrivals and plan mak ing an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Campbell, ot Helena Ark., are upending the week end at the Arlington. The Misses E. and A. Costello ol Boston, Mass., are guests at the Ar 1-ington. iBoth ladies were charm ingly attired at last night's Assembly. J. Hetrh of Charles City, la., and L. Hecbt of Chicago, registered at the Arlington yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. William N. Cottrell joined the Arlington’s Chicago col ony yesterday. They intend remain ing until mid April. James A. Doerey and W. O. Doerey of Dallas, Tex., are registered at the Arlington. Dr. B. C. Hamilton. Jr., of Jeffer son. Ia„ is stopping at the Arlington. I. Oppenhcim of Cincinnati, O.. is making a short stay at the Arlington. W. Rey Yates of New York, is reg istered at the Arlington. Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Hose of San Francisco, reached the Arlington yes terday. They plan making a stay of several weeks’ duration. Charles H. Orto of Memphis, is 'it the Arlington. Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Haley of Fort Worth. Texas, are guests at the Ar lington. They plan duplicating their i substantial visit of a year ago. Mr. Haley is one of North Texas’ most successful business men. He is pres ident of the O. F. Haley Distilling j Co., and interested in a host of other Ft. Worth enterprises. Mr. and Mrs. (J-eorge E. McComber of Augusta, Me., were included in yesterday's arrivals at the Arling ton. Miss Lewie Witt, daughter of Pros ecuting Attorney (Mp Witt, who was operated on yesterday at the Ozark sanitariujn tor appendicitis, was re ported las? evening as having stood the operation well. Mrs. Calvin Webb is reported quite seriously ill from an attack of pneu monia. iBorn, to Mr. and Mrs. Phillip E. Hisney, of 420 Prospect avenue, a baby boy. Mr. and Mrs. J. W Thompson, of Chicago, registered at the Eastman yesterday. OKLAHOMA FLOOD FUND. Oklahoma Oily, March 28.—A proc lamation asking contributions for the Ohio and Indiana flood sufferers was issued by Governor 'Lee Crtiee today, and a hill appropriating 85,000 for tflio relief of flood sufferers was introduc ed in the Oklahoma house of repre sentatives. T<ie governor requests that all con tributions be sent to Charles Page, treasurer of the Red Cross boaord of Oklahoma, at Tulsa The proclama tion also mentions the fact that con tributions might he seut to Mabel T Hoardman, Washington, 1> 0., chair man of the national relief board of title Red Cross society. GOLDEN’S PHONE 227 MARKET I DIDN’T THINK COULD LIVE "PAPE’S DIAPEPSIN" CURES SOUR, GASSY STOMACHS IN FIVE MINUTES. Time It! In Live minutes all stout a<‘h distress will go. No indigestion, heartburn, sourness or belrhtng of gas aCtd, or eructations of undigested food, no dizziness, bloating, foul breath or headache drape's Diapepsin is noted for its speed lit regulating upset stomachs. It is (he surest, quickest and most certain remedy in the whole world and besides it is harmless. Millions of men and women now eat their favorite fowls without fear —they know now it ia needless to have a bad stomadi. Please, for your sake, get a large flfty-eent case of Pape's Diapepsin front any drug store and put vottr stomach right. Don't keep on being miserable—Life is too short—you are not here long, so make your stay agreeable. Kat what you like and di gest it; en.iov it, without dread of re bellion In the stomach. Diapepsin belongs in your home any way. it should be kept handy, should one of the family eat something which doesn’t agree with them or in casent an attack of indgestion, dyspepsia, gastritis or stomach derangement at daytime or during the night it is there to give the quickest, surest relief known. EARTHQUAKE IN TENNESSEE. Knoxville, Tenn., March 2S. garth tremors, accompanied by a muffled detonation, shook this section of the country for n radius of 20 miles around. Knoxville at 4.1(1 o'clock this afternoon The damage was confined to demolished chimneys on a number ot dwellings and disarranged furni ture. * Whether due to an earthnnake or an explosion, has not been definitely determined, liut communication with powrtAr plants and magazines within 50 miles Of Knoxville discloses tile fact that none have blown up. Used By Nearly All Dressmakers and Women of Taste Who Make Thear Own Clothes. MRS. ADELE C. KING OF NEW YORK Representative of the manu facturers of Ladies’ Home Journal Patterns, will be with us Monday, March 31st and Tuesday, April 1st Bring her your pattern and dressmaking problems. You'll be welcomed, WOODCOCK & LAWSON DW GOODS CO. FEOERALS IN DANGER. Nago, Arir.. March 2#.—G«*u. Ojeda with 400 federala. is surouuded by a thousand state insurgents ten miles below the border ut Naco, Sonora, and making ti last stand. (.Jen. Obre gon, commanding al Sonora Insurgent troops, is on his way from Cauanea with six hundred insurgent reinforce meats. DRINK OAKLAWN MINERAL WAT ER for stom.vn and Kidney Iron bios. Delivered to all parts of the city, bone 14!I6. 7-1C If. PIANOS AND ORGANS at FACTORY PRICES Easy terms; Free Trial; We Pay I V Wo will piano In your homo a beau tiful high-grade piano, player plauo or organ for thirty data, free, at ab solutely t.10 lowest jwire In Amort oa. If It Is not satisfactory its will ship It bark without It eostlifg you a cent. Wo lhavo for your ©botce such makes as 'VC'eber, Mehlln, Kim ball, fvers nnd Pond, Hush and Laue, l.eyhe, Jesse French Kohler and Campbell, Packard. Ludwig, Schaef fer and Smith and Parties Pianos and toe great PIANOLA Player Plano*. Write for a copy of our monthly magazine -it is useful. Interesting and entertaining—a postcard brings it to your home PRBK OF OH ARC L Phone, wire or write us today; wo guarantee satisfaction.. Leyhe Piino Company, Dalian The Largest Plano Concern In Texas. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxXxxxxxxxxx \ TRY OUR l 3 Medicinally pure ; COLD CREAM jj — also— 3 CROUP SUET 3 FOR BABY 3 * Hogaboom’s 3 3 717 Oentrai svenn*. * We specialise In compound!*! * X drugs and dispenalns physicians 3 prescription* aaAXXXXXXXXXAXXXXXXXXXXX Kodak Finishing —AT— Watson’s Cigar Store 1170 Central Avenue. Opposite Palace Bath House C. N. ANDERSON General Blacksmithi Buggy and Carriage Wort* a wpecla|ty* Automobile Forginge or Anything to the Blacksmith Line. 170o M2 Hawthorn* Street. PHONE