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IS OFFEREDIHERE little rock concern makes VOLUNTARY OFFER TO BUILD FOR LOT BUYERS. Those Who Take Part in Sale of Lots Here Tuesday Will Have No Trou ble Securing Money for Building, Says Agent. That the property in the .Morrison A Holding addition and surrounding Layer boulevard, which is to lie sold in town lots here next Tuesday after noon on tlio ‘one lot a minute'’ plan, will soon thereafter lie the scene of much upbuilding is vouchsafed in the announcement which came volun tarily from the Commonwealth Build ing and Loan company of Little Hock that buyers of the lots could secure from fills corporation the money lor Imihling homes. An agent of the company wu, in tiie city when the announcements of the sale were made, and he made a personal inspection of the property, after whcih he took the matter tip with his people, and secured (he au thority to make this announcement. Aiio.'acr important feature relative to this lot sale which takes place Tuesday afternoon is that, the own ers of the property have made ar- ■ raiigemonta with the Arkansas Ah i struct company to furnish a guaran tee title lo every lot sold. This guar antee, it is said, cost the owners of the property something like $l,20f). The lot sale is going to prove most popular, being the first one held here in a long time. The I'nitled States government auction l<>( sale was the last one conducted, and that proved j tiie medium for making many home ( wners. The lots in this addition, lying close to the new Memphis. Dal las and Gulf railroad, and with every modern convenience at 'hand, hints that they will go fast, and that soon after the sale there will he contracts made for the building of many new homes in this city NOTICE. TAXPAYERS. Tpij Hank Is prepared to pay taxes for -.ill customers, tile same as in pre vious years, without charge for our service. All are welcome to our fa-> cilities and you only have to telephone or leave us a list of your property, thereby saving a long wait at the court house ARKANSAS TRUST CO. i 3 a-tr -o Cough Medicine for Children. Too much care cannot be used In selecting a cough medicine for chil dren. It alAtuld be pleasant to take, j contain no Imrmful substance and be most effectual. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy meets these requirements and is a favorite with the mothers or young children everywhere. For sale jby all dealers AUTOM-OBILL FOR SALE. Bargain or a lifetime, 3 passenger roadster, fully equipped. Apply 1S17 Central avenue. 3-29 tf Auditorium One Night TUESDAY, APRIL 14 Sec the Great Fight. See the won derful* Escape. See the Battle of Wits. Prices—$1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c, 25c. TRAGEDY OF THE SEA AND ONE OF THE HEROES When tile steamer Nantucket of the Merchants and Mintrs line ran into the Monroe of the uid Dominion line In a dense fog off the Virginia coast about two score persons lost their lives. Our illustration shows the Monroe above, the Nantucket bi lyw, and, inset, Ferdinand Kucha, chief wireless operator of the Monroe, who gave his life fr it, to a woman passenger and went to the bottom with the vessel. JAPANESE VOLCANO WHICH CAUSED SUCH HAVOC HE CENTLY IS THREATENING. Active Volcanoes in Japan Have Been Closely Examined by Ex ports From Many Lands. Tokio, April 11. The Sakuri-jimi volcano, whose eruption in January caused art it devastation, is likely to show still further a tiviti according to Dr. Thomas A. Jaggar, professor of geolog> at the Massachusetts In stitute of Technology and director of 1 the Hawaiian Volcano Obeservatory. Dr. Jaggar. who has just ascended ] Sakura-jima, made tlie following statement to the Associated Press concerning his observations: "Owing to tlie closure of (lie east ern passage around the island, the ' average tide level in Kagoshima Hay has risen two feet. In the short space of 1,000 years remarkable changes may take place in the topo graph.! of tlie poll oi Kagoshima. To preserve tlie symmetry of its volcanic cone, Sakura-jima is likely to erupt once or twice on the north ern side in the future and if the lava ejected were to equal the amount thrown out this year, it might easily cut off the northern part of the gulf, tlius forming a lake. Then the water level would rise and finally this water would become fresh so that a large lagoon may possibly be formed and the present villages on the northern shores may in time be submerged just as the temples of Pliilus were entered by the Nile after the completion of the \ssouan dam In Kgypt. "We climbed two-thirds of the way to the summit in an ash shower. I.ava was istill flowing, though less copiously, and the average height of the tied was Jon feet. A phenomenon difficult to explain was the presence of round pits four feet deep pud ten feet wide on the western side in de vastated areas. I am not willin'.’ to aee> pi the Japanese hypothesis that (hey were caused by lightning holts. They were probably due to tlie mi pact of falling stones or l<> the ex plosion of hot substance buried !•> their fall in the moist earth. The new island which ret entlv | sprung up near the Honin group off | Japan has been visited by a party j from the steamer Cliefoo who tie m rilie it us a mass of lava covered with pumice stone and white mlt.i Thi t;het 1 in ate the island at lati tude north i'l, IT, and longitude east BEECH-NUT FANCY TABLE FIGS This is the season of the year when it is almost impossible to get table lift ' that arc in good condition. Hie Beet n Nut people answer the call by putting up the choicest of imported figs in air tight jars, so that all who love this de licious and healthful fruit may have it. Don’t buy hulk figs during this sea son of the year when you can get the *e large, clean and perfectly delicious figs in jars. 2© and 35 Cents. CftPCYi-AS-^--^ 707 Central Avenue Phone 120 ill. 20. When i In- steatrier approach ed. I lie island appeared pure white with blackish difl's rising about 200 f'tct. For a radius ot' three nii.es the sea was tilled with floating pmnief. T ie land party round it exceedingly dangerous to row near the cliffs as they were constantly breaking away iind falling into the sea to join the ■I'leady are.it mass of pumice, \lst, en account el Die vert soft nature of the sin face no attempt was made to journey inland. The main crater was heated to the southwest, being- a quarter of a mile wide. It emitted enormous clouds of Mark smoke, obscuring the bum \t night then* was a red glow and o ca s uial tongues of flames. On the east ern side a small crater which dis charged poisonous fumes made an ap proach impossible. The water about was warm. The captain of the Ohefoo thinks | the whole island will gradually cliff j off until only the solid central mass of lava remains. Professor Frank A. ferret, the Am erican volcanologist who recently ar rived from Italy to study volea lie phenomena in Japan, received an ur a< ni regnost upon arrival to examine the volcano on Mt. i'nzen. near Ma gasaki. The residents of the district. !:ad heard many rumblings and were in great, fear that the mountain was about to erupt like Sakura-jima. Pro fessor Perret found "no cause for alarm." hut the emission of Hot gasses indicated that a revival of volcanic activity in some part of the peninsula was always a possibility. He found the hot spring district in a normal condition, with little or no hydrochlo ric acid the presence of which would indicate greater activity. Evpcri ments with an electric microphone for hearing subterranean sounds showed [normal conditions and less internal I rumbling than at the well known ‘‘Sol I'atara" near Naples. BASEBALL CLUB BENEFIT. Tlie members of the Oakla.wu Moth od st church gave a box supper at the church Friday night and a good crowd was present. The proceeds o! the entertainment amounted to $lv..,o and the money will he used by the ( Oak lawn baseball team to purchase uniforms for the players. Those who had the ;»flair in charge desire to express their thanks to the friends or the bail team for the lib da! patronage of tin' entertainment. (i(ll)l) NFWS FOR YOIJ! PAIN DISAPPEARS Have You Heard About ‘‘The Road to Quick Relief”?—Better Get Ac quainted With Speedway. There-:; more Joy for you in one hoi Hi. i 1 Kpoedwaj than in a whop. year ol sprint; days, For Speedway does lake ilio aches and pains away. Speedway is for those tired, still" joints for bruises and sprains- for rheumatic limbs (hat make you wince (.very time you move. Minher up with Speedway! Keel frisky and line by simply applying this niattic, halm. It feels good when you i use it you feel like a new person afterward. I Putting it on full strength—rubbing I gently until the skin glows is just j ilie thing. For Speedway cannot burn [or blister the skin. It's as soothing land pleasant as toilet water. It can not stain the flesh or the daintiest fabric, being a kind and ccntl remedy —and just as sure as it is agreeable. Suppose you go—the first minute you get tile chance, to A. C. Jennings, Druggists. 108 Ouachita Avenue, or the Central Drug Store. 608 Central »\ venue, Hot Springs. Arkansas, and buy a bottle of Speedway. Hotter get the large size, and use it faithfully— then you will absolutely receive the n .nits promised or the druggist will return your money. Speedway was discovered and suc cessfully used for years by a good old Scotch physician. Now it is given I,, (he world ready to prove your I road to quick relief.” Try It now. a Korn tin of FEDERAL GRAND JURY INDICT MENTS CHARGE ED SPEAR WITH MISUSE OF MAILS. It is Said That the Sending of Drafts For Collection is the Basis of the Charges in Federal Court. There was another echo of I he swindle eases of more than a year ago in this city when yesterday it j was reported from Little Rock there i were indictments returned against Ed J Spear of this city charging him with using the mails for a fraudulent pur pose. It is said the matter was taken be | lore the federal strand jury by YV. U. Martin, who was the special prose s'' tin- for Frank I’. Fox,, one of the swindle victims, and who since lie ginning the prosecution of the cases, has been made I'nited States district attorney for the eastern district of Arkansas. The detail of the charges again-it Spear before the federal court, grow ing out of the indictment, is not known, but tiiere is a story that it grew out of the depositing by Spear with tile Arkansas National bank of drafts for collection, which it is al leged were sent through the mails by the hank, acting as the agent for Spear in Che eollectlou of the drafts. These charges therefore, did not grow out of the Frank Fox swindle, for that was a money transaction, hut must have grown out of the l’iper or Humping eases. In these transac tions between the swindlers and the victims, there were drafts used. In (he trials of the cases here and m Mt. Ida. where later there was a second trial of the cases acainsl Spear, the latter admitted “handling the paper” in the cases, stating that the drafts were placed with him for collection, and that lie had deposited them with the bank. Spear bases his defense in those actions on the ground that he frequently had drafts turned over to him for collection, and that he received a percentage for secli collection. BOWLING COTES. Captain Burroiigh Uni tin- Cotton Bujcrs io victory aided Uy the "la soldier, Daniel SI rock. They (i< To u or I the Majesties by ini |iins. Stroek made high score, 22M. high average. 170 2-3, and now loads for both the tenpin and duck pin pedometer prizes. Score: Majesties Gibbs. 149 12J 132 Ma/zia . Hit 113 213 I logabooni ....... 154 17o 169 Keller. Ill I no uo Mayhray. IIS 103 92 Totals . 699 tilti 7at* Cot I on Buyers Burrough. Stroek . Morphis . Baird. iLindsey . Ill 134 I II 117 Totals. The Boosters .Monday night. SUES FOR 3d I 158 128 105 121 7Hi and Centrals —o INSURANCE. 700 JtUI 220 t 17 107 117 751 bowl Duluth, Mian.. April II - Mrs. Sarah H. M( Alpine, widow of the late dolm .McAlplne, whose death by shooting several months ago caused a sensa tion, today filed ’tit against three accident insurance companies to re cover amounts aggregating $89,000. McAlpine, who "as rated a million aire lumberman, was mysteriously shot at an early hour on the morning of August 15, last. RETURN VERGARA’S HORSES. Eagle Pass, Texns, April 11.—Cap tain Sanders of the Texas Rangers an nounced ioda\ that lie expects to re cei\e here tonight six more horses New Process of 1 Aluminum Welding Quick arri Strictly Guaranteed FOR SALE An Electric New Tires Newly Painted Also 5 & 7 Passenger Cars and Runabouts as Good as New THE GRANT IS HERE A Standard, High Grade Car Sells for $495 It makes 50 miles an hour, Cham* pion Mill Climber. Goes over any ground any other car can. I irst class, handsome, litlle, light weight car. Made for service, either business or pleasure. Travel 30 miles on I gallon of gasoline. The modern construc tion cuts the repair hill down lo Hie minimum. The day has arrived when a person need not be wealthy to own and operate a car, as The Grant fills that long felt want. Bf Interested, Let Us Demon strate The Grant to You. We Wish to Announce That we have accepted the agency of The Case Cars. The car with the famous engine. After looking into tl e merits of a number of Automo biles impartially, in the nature of a buyer, as we were in the market to accept an agency. So why not get the best? We selected the Case for sev eral reasons. First, the reputation of a company in business 70 years is be hind them. The J. I. Case Co., of Ra cine, WIs. Second, the external appearance, the elegant simplicity, so much the mod ern style, that the ins and outs of Fashion do not change quickly. Their long, low lines are those of grace am; comfort. Third, specifications of which we will list a few. T head motor, West inghouse starting and lighting equip ment. Bosch magnets, Timken bear ings, full floating Rayfield carburetor, and all of the very latest and best equipments. We . ould be pleased to demonstrate to any one interested. PHELPS-EVANS AUTO SUPPLY CO. 229-331 333 Market St. Phone 454 stolen from Clemente Vergara, who was Killed recently near Nuevo La redo, Mexico. The horses. Sanders said, were be ing returned to Texas on orders of the acting governor of Couhuila. -o REAL ESTATE DEALS. List of Transfers of Real Estate and Loans for the Week. Following is the list of real estate' deals and the amount of loans nego-1 tinted on real property for the week ending April 10. Hill, as furnished hy the abstract department of the Ar kansas Trust Company: E. \V. Rector to Central Avenue Realty Co., unsold lots In Morrison Melding addition. David Laser to Central Avenue Realty Co. unsold lots in Central Avenue Dark addition. (ieo. P. lb Iding to Central Avenue Realty Co., unsold lots In Morrison | iv Meldin-’ addition. Win. S. Sorrells to .1. W. McClen don, part section 10, township II, S. range IK W. $1.00. Mo'lna Lumber Co to C. M Har bor. SO acres in section 17, township south range III west. $210. t inted States to ('has. Coleman, eiithwest quarter of section 22, town ship l, north range 20 west. \.CL Siillctiberger to Octavia Huff, part sections 7 and 8, towns iip 11, south range 22 west, $114 00. A. <!. Sullenherger to \. .1. Murphy, lot 5 In northeast quarter of south east quarter, section ', township 2, south range 19 west. $1,123. James H. Smith to David I. Huddle ston. 80 acres in section township 2, south range 20 West, $000. 'Harry M. House to L. K. Wyatt, lot I, block a, Cordons subdivision. $1. , Hm (lottos to Sam Conns, pari lots S anil 9. Marker's subdivision, $1100. Mrs. L. J. Erwin, guardian, to ,1. H Roden, part lots I. 2 and 2, block 2, of South Hot Springs, $750. I H. Red< it to T. O. O'Connor, part lots I, 2 and 2, block 2. of South Hot. Springs, $830. Hear State L. & I. Co. to Maria Douglas, lot 4, block 28, of Euclid Heights, $1 10. Si L. I. M. A- S. Ry. to L. T. Ohunn, northeast quarter of northeast quar ter of section 7. township 4, south range 20 west, $21". L. E. Harvey to A. .1. Wright, lot MOTHERS OF THIS COUNTRY have through all ages past and will through all years to come, take care of the ordinary simple ailments in cident to every family with their own favorite remedy. In almost every home in the land. I.ydla K. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound is the recognized standard household remedy for female ids: thousands of American women owe their good health to it. Made from the roots and herbs of the field, it is a simple remedy In which suffer ing women may place perfect confi dence. It contains no narcotic* or I harmful drugs ] 7, block 20. Itoiilov.ini Addition, $::•">i». i (', M, \V;ide to Squire ('lardy, lot a, block "d. of Hot Springs Reservation, ; $1,100. Michael Newninn to \\ It Single ton, II acres in section 17. township south range 11), west, $220. <’. C. Sparks, Tr., to Venerable £• ''Barrett, lot 10, block B, Moore's ad , ditlon to South Hot Springs. C. ('. Sparks, Itee.. to (i. Venerable, lot 10, block It. Moore's addition to South Hot Springs. $1. (1. I.. Randolph to \V. 1.. Orahani, northeast quarter of southwest quar ter of section I. township I. south tange 21, west, $200. Kiel Schudinack to Otto Borman, part lot 1, block 17. *1,050. Hear State l-k. K 1. Co. to Ellen .Irdinson, lot 9. block 22, of Euclid Heights, $115. K. I*. Toney to J. M Barker, part, of block 1 ill lots), Evergreen addition, $1,000. S. M Adams to Columbus Barker, southwest quarter of southwest quar ter, section 9. township 1, south range 21, west. $125. Brockman Product" Co. to F. W. Brockman. lots it, •«, 7 anti 8, Hot Springs I & I. Co. subdivision of block 51, $1. (I W. Black to .1. W. Sorrells, part section 2. township south range 22 west, 160 acres, $50. U. T. Coe to •) W. Sorrells, part ection 2. township 1, south range 22, west, l tin acres, $50. .1. \V. Sorrells to H. W. Cox, part section 2, township :i, south range 22 west. 100 acres, $110. M R. Cunningham to H. W. Cox, part set lion 2, township 3, south range 22 west, 1 HO acres, $150. M R Cox to H. W. Cox, part sec tion 2. township 3, south range 22 west. Pin acres, $75. N. M. Itlaek to II. \V Cox, part sec tion 2 township 3, south range 22 west, UK) acres. $75. Fordyee I,. I. Co. to \V. R. War lord, lets 1,3, 4 and 5, block 1, Lons tlalr. $100. Loans on real property, $1(19.349.00. -o WASHINGTON AT VALLEY FORGE 4-Reel Universal Special Regular Prices LYRIC MONDAY -o HOSPITAL APPRECIATION. Mrs. K. .1. Allen, sent the following articles to the Barry hospital: Six men’s coats, four pair pants, one vest, one pair suspenders, one sheet, six top shirts, three suits of under clothes, two suits pajumcs, lot of nice books and some nice dressing clothes. All of the management and tlie inmates thank this good lady. Quit Calomel! It is dangerous. Try Grigsby's Liv-ver-lax, that vegetable liver syrup, guaranteed to produce even better results than calomel. It Is absolutely harmless and pleasant to take. Any child can take it with safety. Ask R. G. Morris Drug Co. M WALSH, Carpenter and cabinet maker. Screens made to order. Factory 101 a Malvern avenue. Phone 713. 3-3-1 in KIRK—THE TAILOR. He will make your suit, do you* cleaning and pressing. 123 Central. Phone 888. 10-7-tt --o WHITE SLAVERY. Horrors of the Traffic. A hook that every parent ought to read. Thirty-two full pages; engrav ings. 25 cents post paid. Postoffice Hox <i22, 1 Tot Springs, Ark. 4-9-it I.et Sorrells Drug Co. look after your kodak finishing MU CONSTIPATION VANISHES One little chocolate coated HOT SPRINGS UVEJH- IHTTON tonight means joyful satisfaction in the morn ing. They are wonderful, willing workers, and tho way they tone up a torpid liver and drive foul secret!' ns from the bowels is a ‘blessing. They are tine for upset stomach, too, and lark of appetite, also for nervousness, biliousness and diz/.i ness. If you will take one a night for a week you’ll know what ambition and energy realty are. You’ll look better, too: your skin will be clearer; pimples will start to disappear and eyes will brighten with the supreme joy of living. A box for U.'> cents at all druggists and money hack if they aren’t just the best for const Ipation you ever tried DON’T FAIL TO VISIT THE Hot Springs Kennels The Largest Kennels in the World, devoted exclusively to the breeding of high class Boston Terriers and French Bull riocs. The most attrac tive and instructive exhibit at Hot Springs. Young and matured stock on sale. K. C. SPENCER, Owner. End Whittington Avenue Car Line. For Sale—‘Angora Oats, Canaries and Cold Fish.