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UV SMI OVER
STREEI PAVING
L'TTLE DOUBT NOW BUT THAT
Matter WILL BE TAKEN TO
THE FEDERAL COURTS
Resolutions Denouncing the Condition
of the Street Passed at the Business
Men’s League Meeting.
The miserable condition of the cpu
tral avenue paving was made the Hiib.
®et or a resolution adopted by the
Husiness Men’s League last night aft
er the subject had been thoroughly
threshed out. It was evident from
the statements made that neither the
city administration or public men be
Rleve the controversy can lie adjusted
without resorting to the courts, and
the matter will most likelv he lodged
in the federal court at Little Hock.
Mayor McCicndm brought the mat
ter to the attention of the league.
He had received a letter from attor
neys for the Harber Asphalt Company
which indiacted that they were willing
to hold n conference on the subject,
but that they probably w uld take no
further steps towards patching up the
present paving.
The matter of a summer campaign
of advertising was also taken up and
generally approved in a dis •ttsslon at
the league, and the chairman was au
thorized to appoint a committee of
f' ur to get up the details of a plan
of advertising. Chairman Williams d*»
ferred appointing the committee un
til today.
vir. tmiannn nrougnt tne matter or
the advertising campaign to a fonts,
with a motion that a committee n»
named to arrange the details, and Mr.
Waters believed that four men could
make the arrangements better titan a
larger committee.
Secretary Bolding reported that
there was an opportunity to get the
annual corn show, now being held in
Houston, to Hot Springs next year
The matter had originally been taken
up by Manager Hyman T. Hay of the
Arlington and Eastman hi teis, and
there is a chance that this idg gath
ering cun be secured for Hot Springs
in the future.
Alderman Williairtson brought to
the attention of the league that the
Iron Mountain railroad had left its
depot idaiis here with the city lerk.
and that the railroad might not lie
urged further to make this improve
ment by the Arkansas railroad com
mission as long as the city or some
representative organization had not
refused title plans as submitted. lie
believed tHat it. would lie proper for
the league to pass a resolution asking
the council to reject the plans, and
this was done. The council will take
this up at a special meeting to be
hold soon.
Secretary Bolding reported that he
had talked with one of the state com
missioners und lie had read a letter
from President Bush ot the Iron Moun
tain in reply to Mr. Bellamy, statin-,
to the commission that the plans were
till file Wr.
It was reported that of tlu- two big
conventions soon to in- held on Hous
ton, the Hotary Club and the Travel
ers’ protective Association, Hot
Springs would be visited by delega
tions. Many had indicated they w- old
stop over.
When (lie International Ticket
Agents’ Association arrives hero on
March 20 they will lie received by »»
joint reception committee front tlie
Business Men's League and the Young
Men's Chamber of Commerce, which
will see that these visit- rs have a
good time on the occasion of their
visit.
A resolution was adopted favoring
an extension of the city electric car
line to the golf links. This matter is
already beft re the public utilities com
• puny and it is very likely that it win
receive favorable consideration.
A letter was read from President
Pel potter of the Southern Highways j
Association asking the people along
We Announce the ArriOal of the
Genuine Borsalino Soft Hats
Direct Imporation from Italy
For Spring Nineteen-Fourteen
We Are Sole Agents
428 CENTRAL AVE.
this part of the route to get op the
in ney pledged for the logging trip
Piesident Waters of tlie* Good ltoads
Association stated that Hoi Springs
and most other cities had already
raised their money and were ready
lor the association to do its part and
then make the demand for the money.
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NEW AUTO SPEED LAW.
New York. March 10.—Automobile
speeders who accept jail sentences to
avoid payment of tines no laager can
es ape with an hour or two under
lock and key. as many did under for
mer c editions. The hoard of alder
men today adopted a new speed ordi
nance to compel vioaltors to spend
at least one night in Jail.
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UNEMPLOYED DISCHARGED.
New York. March 10.—All but ten
of the 191 cases growing out of the
arrests of unemployed members and
leaders of the Industrial Workers of
the World last week in St. Alphonsus
church had been disposed of tonight.
Five of the men still facing trial are
out on Imll and the other five have
forgotten the fictitious names they
gave when arrested.
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ENGINEER GETS JOB.
Rochester, Minn., March 10.—Hugh
I. Cooper, an engineer of this city,
has been appointed consulting hydro
electric engineer for the Egyptian
government, according to advices re
eived here tonight. He will have su
pervision of the construction of a dam
across the Nile, which. II is said, will
he one of the largest in the world.
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WHOLESALE HOUSE BURNED.
Terre Haute, Ind., March 9. Fire
that started in the hasenie.it of the
three-story building of the E. H. Bind
ley & Company, wholesale druggists,
here tonight, destroyed that structure
and damaged two udj ining buildings.
It was estiainted that the loss would
e\i eed $200,000.
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ATTACK IS DELAYED.
Vera Cruz, March 9—The threaten
ed rebel attack on the city of Tam
pico, which resulted in active prep
arations being made yesterday to de
fend the city hy its garrison of 1,500
men, proves to have been a false
alarm, probably based on skirmishes
near Altamira. ten miles away.
PHILANTHROPIST DEAD.
San Bernardino, cal , March 10.—
I. W. EllsA'orth, who spent a life time
and *250.000 in charity work < n the
Pud fir coast, died here today, penni
less and a victim of tubercolosis. He
was S2 years of age.
H!S CASE HOPELESS
MOST FRIENDS THOUGHT
COULD NOT EAT OR SLEEP. A FRIEND ADVISES BLACK-DRAUGHT. I
WHI CH DOE S THE WORK.
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Pomeroyton, Kv—This town is the
home of Mrs. A. J. Hughes, whose con
dition for five years was such as led
him, as w’ell as most of ills friends, to
believe that lie could not recover. ]
Mr. Hughes now says: ‘‘I was down
with stomach trouble for live year*,
and would have sick headache so bad,
at times, ti*at 1 thought surely 1
w uld die.
My condition was such that I could
not eat or sleep 1 tried many differ
ent medicines, hut they did me no
good.
Nearly all my friends thought I
would die,* hut one of them advised
me to take Fhedtaru's Hlu< k Draught
I followed his advice with hut little
faith.
However. 1 have now taken Black
-Draught for three months, and can
truthfully say that 1 am well.
I haven’t had sick headache any
more, and feel so thankful for what
Black Draught has done for me.”
This reliable, vegetable remedy has
been in successful use for three quar
ters of a century To purify the blood,
renew the appetltle, regulate liver,
: stomach and bowels, we urge you to
! try it.
Why suffer, when the same relief
a thut Mr Hughes found, is within easy
reach of you? At every drug stor**.
Only ( sts one cent tf dose Try it.
Begin today.
RAILROAD CERTAIN
TO BE ON TIME
PRESIDENT CALLAHAN MAKES A
PERSONAL TRIP OVER THE
ROAD TO MAKE SURE.
St. Patrick Celebration Is Making
Splendid Progress as the Enthusi
asm of the Occasion Spreads to All
Parts.
That the Memphis, Balias & Gulf
railroad will be able to deliver !t»
Iir8t train into Hot Springs in ample
time for the big celebration by the
Young Men's Chamber of Commerce
on St. Patrick’s day was made cer
tain by President George Callahan
ol that organization yesterday when
he and other members made an In
spection of the pr gress the road was
making.
The steel rails are laid now with
in leas than u mile of the Central ave
mie crossing,” said President CaIJa
ban last night, "and 1 am certain that
every foot of the steel rails will be
laid by Friday at the latest. The rail
road is working a large force of men
and the laborers are singing and driv
ing spikes with a precision of time
that means for certain results."
Last night President Callahan ap
peared before the Business Men’s Lea
g"."* and tendered that organization
Ills personal invitation in behalf of
tiie Chamber of Commerce to take an
active interest with the newer organ
ization in the making of tiiis "Arkan
sas B. osier imy" one grumi succ.-ss.
His invitation was accepted and the
league will contribute its part to the
success of the occasion.
Mayor McClendon was present las.
night at the meeting of the Business
Men's League and announced that he
would issue a proclamation for a holi
day St. Patrick's day. from 10 o'clock
In the morning until 1 o’clock in the
afternoon He believed that this
would cover the sltuatLn, but that
many of the stores would not reopen.
This proclamation will be formally is.
sued today, with the signature f the
mayor appended
inis morning a c mum wo oi young
men from the Young Men's Chainlx
>f Commerce will go oiu to get a
e tit ion signed for the closing on this
lay. Every merchant who signs the
ietitio:i will he given a large sign,
printed in green ink, to tie placed in
ills window, to prove his patriotism,
ind incidentally to boost the day in
ldvance, and on this sign is printed:
"We are boosters. This store will
lose St. Patrick’s day. March 17.”
The various committees yesterday
eported progress in all the detai; of
their work. Heading notices of the
St. Patrick day celebration were seut
in 240 papers In Arkansas, the list
aelng taken from the state fair list
yf papers. Two-thirds of these papo.n
will use the story that is mailed them,
giving the day wide publicity through,
out the state.
Friday afternoon at 5:30 o'clock, the
Memphis, Dallas & Gulf railroad will
send 5<>0 copies of the handsome sou
venir program of the oc asion out on
the line of the new railroad, to lie
distributed in the towns where in
terest will be stirred. Tills will con
tain a full program of the entertain
ment features of the day, and will also
he distributed to all visitors at incom
ing depots on St. Patrick's day
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PASS SUFFRAGE BILL.
Boston, March 10.- The proposed
amendment to the constitution to
give women the right to vote, passed
the senate today. This is the first
time such an amendment ever has
pasaod either branch of the legisla
ture. h now goes to the house but
before It can become a law, must
be acted upon favorably bv tw'0 suc
cessive legislatures and then be ac
cepted by the voters.
I "GANDY DAY” AT THE a
PRINCESS THEATER
EVERY LADY AND CHILD WILL
RECEIVE A SPLENDID GIFT
AT TONIGHT'S SHOW.
Today Is “candy day" at the Prin
cess theater. At the night show every
lady and child attending will receive
a gift box of Crust * Kraeraer's choc
olates and lion lions, the finest con
fection on earth.
This will lie a feature of the Prin
cess tlioatwi every Wednesday mat
inee and every Saturday night here
after.
The management has been enabled
to offer this splendid gift to the la
dies and children through a fortunate
combination of circumstances. The
candy will lie absolutely fresh on ev
ery “candy day," and the Princess
urges every woman and child in the
■ity to attend on these days and lie
the recipient of a splendid box of tiiis
< hoice confection.
Candy day will hereatfer be desig
nated in the advertisement and no
tices, so watch for the ann< unoeinent
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TWO CLASSY BOUTS
AT WHITTINGTON PARK
| MOTTO AND MINOR IN RETURN
BOUT, BOB SANGSTER AND
KID LEWIS IN PRELIMINARY.
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Two of the classiest Id xfng bouts
of the season will lie held at Whit
tington Park theater tonight, when
Joe Motto of Cleveland and Battling
Minor of Memphis meet in a return
ten-round battle, to settle the P rmer
drawn battle between these two splen
did fighters two weeks ago. In theii
last bout it was nip and tuck and
both are confident that in the second
JOE MOTTO, of Cleveland.
Who meets Battling Minor at Whit
tington Park Theater tonight.
meeting there will be either a deci
sion or a sleep punch,
Bobby gangster of Hot Springs will
go six rounds with Kid Lewis, of
Denver, and this will be a battle from
the first gong to the close, at whatever
stage of the battle the end may come
These bouts will he preceded by
some splendid preliminaries, making
at least 20 to 24 rounds of classy Ihix
ing, and every bout staged by the Va
por City Athletic Club will lie al to
I the class You always see the best
.here, so come. (Advt.i
Kl.KCTWt' BL.UEPIUNTINH! lain <>r
•*hine any sice any tiro*- t’ I' U
Prices Halit 4PX-S dtixetl* Hank Hl'lg
Hot Bp I tnga I-25-tr
A DELIGHTFUL NEW SENSATION.
If yon want to experience a delight- j
fill new sensation, use Kexall Cam-1
pliorated Cold Cream. The exquisite
sense of coolness and comfort it gives’
cannot be described in any way that
will do it justice. You must use it to
appreciate it.
In Rexall Camphorated Cold Cream
we have for the first time a toilet pre
paration embodying all the cooling,
healing properties of camphor with a
pure, white cold cream of such high
degree that even without the camphor
it would he a delightful ami elegant
toilet preparation.
Rexall Camphorated Cold Cream is
hound to become a favorite with yon
mice you have used it. it is a lew
thing. We want you to try it, with
our promise that if it does not please
you and give you satisfaction in every
way—your money back. 1 rice, 25
cents . Sold in this community only I
at our store—The Rexall Store—It. G. |
Morris, 802 Central Ave. and The Pub
lic Drug Co. 202 Ouachita Ave.
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SPECIAL ASSESSMENT.
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Collector's Office Improvement Dis
trict No. 32.
Tite tax hooks for the collection of
the special assessment on the prop
erty in district No. 32 for the pur
pose of paving have been placed in
my hands. All owners of real prop
erty lying within the. district are re
quired to pay their assessment to me
within thirty days from this date. IT
such payment is not made, action will
be commenced at the end of that time
for the collection of said assessment
and for legai penalties and costs
Given under my hand this 21st day
of February, 1914.
SAM .1 DA VIS,
2-22 Iw Collector.
NEW BAKERY OPEN.
The Erhart Uakery, on Malvern av
i;[g been aiui nnuip
Sped, newly throughout. it is now
open to tiie public and the proprie
tors announce that they are ready to
take care of any and all < alls. They
will make the same efr rt as in the
past to please their patrons. 3-C-5t
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IMPORTANT
This life of ours is very uncertain
If your home is mortgaged, pro
tect it.
If you are married, protect your
wife and children.
If you are single, protect your old
days—In case you live to see them.
You can do this by insuring today
with
The Mutual Life Insnrance Co.
of New York
THOS. D. McCALLUM,
District Manager.
Phones 303 and 283.
Arkansas National Bank
OF HOT SPRINGS, ARK.
Capital .$100,000.00
Surplus and Profits-$270,000.00
CHAS. N. RIX, President.
E. F. KLEIN, Vice President.
D. LASER, Vice President.
CHAS. w. O’BRYAN, Cashier
8. P. COLLINGS, Director.
HENRY FEI LHEIMEK, Director
Strongest Roll or Honor Bank
In Arkansas.
Does a full hanking business
Cashes drafts and checks for rla
Itors Draw our own drats on all
(parts of Kurooe Wc sell Trevd
er’s Money Orders with Identifi
cation payable In all foreign coun
tries In the money of the country
you may be in upon presentation
1'1 - -- -
I MADAM MAYSlEAf ,
Gifted clairvoyant and spiritual]]
1st medium Office hours: 8 a m.l I
to 8 p.m. 210 Fountain street, bet-] [ r
ter known as Happy Hollow. j ^ r
Hggggggggggggggggg^l
TURTLE
MEAT
Makes the most appetizing soup imaginable. It is served
on the tables in all first-class dining rooms and cafes.
For Soup That Is Nourishing
Get a can of this tender deep sea, soft shell turtle meat
and prepare it according to directions on can, and the
soup will be so rich and delight fully appetizing that the
whole family will smile approvingly and a<k for njoro.
Packed in No. 2 Tins, 40 cents.
707 Central Avenue Phone 120
DQuickest
Time
■ uHICAgu *
w [sunn nans him
SOLID STEEL. MODERN
EOUIPPPED TRAIN
Leave HOT SPRINGS 1:00 P, M.
Atiive CHICAGO 11 A. M,
ONE NIGHT OUT—MORNING ARRIVAL
FOR PARTICULARS WRITE OR CALL
ROCK ISLAND LINES
PHONE 141 BENTON STREET STATION OPP. POSTOFFICE
SEED ^ece*ye(i
garden field lawn
« S. L Sammons & So.
_ Groceries, Feed, Lime and Cement
M°rphine
^ nc* .. - '■*! nrr,
»' l,,il1 """I saiinfactiiM) K. .unu-W.-d pM,., 3 d>,
L.q.,„, II . , |r,
DR. PACE'S SANII ARIUM «
MOT SPRINGS. ARKANSA'
Sanitarium, 432 Spring street.
City Office, 628 1-2 Central
lharnberlain’* Tai^T for Conitjpa.
lion,
r,ur.t: .r-’*
1 r°r *»'«• all dealers.
> POPHAM’S
ASTHMA REMEDY
> °'v,‘s Prompt and Positive Relief In Kerry
> ii d'. Sold b.v DruggUts. Price 1
* Trial Package l»y Mull 10c.
Sold only by the Public Drug Co..
202 Ouachita Avenue.
Arlington Drug Store
EISELE & HUNT, Props.
11 * f #n,ral Ava nnnoelta Arlington Hot**
" I*] nned of nutomohlle dPl'Ji'f
""el. I’hoiia tr.| ;I m*tt
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