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ing the X are thoroughly *c</orm\, sweeten ed and packed in sanStary cans. Each can containing about eight portions. 25 Cents a Can (kn Vvfii tf A *-»*-» 707 Central Avenue Phone 120 Coffee - Coffee - Coffee 1 wish la call your par tinier alt utinn this morn ini’, to coffee. I carry in 'Stock some of as popular brands of <olToe as is sold in tills city. But there is one line in particular tha | am very enthusiastic about, and I that is the coffee that is roasted and pa< kid by the Wm. Schotten Colfee Co., St. Louis They are among tho largest importers and roasters of high quality coffee in this country, and I believe that I have selected from their brands, blends that will fit very near every coffee taste in the t ity. ) -well remember the Ideml tin) liy old customer . the prices and the way they liked their coffee ground, and if favored with a call from YOU I wild try my best to send you a pound of coffee that will win for me your entire coffee trade. • Harry G. Smith s Pure Food Store Oil AOUITA AND ORANGE. PHONE 120. M., D. & G. TIME TABLE. Affective March lKth. iSfl. the Memphis, Dallas &. Gulf Hiilroad schedule between Hot Springs and Glenwood will be as follows: No. C, leaves Glenwood 7:0f» am, ar rives llot Spl'inv !*:f.T. a ni. No. 2 loawa (ileenwixnl 1:50 a m, ar rive | i,,i spring i I lit p in No. 1 leaves Hoi Springs ION) am, arrives (in nwnod I .In pm. Nil 5 leaves Hill Springs 4:45 p.m . arrives Glenwood 7:25 p.m. These are exclusive passenger trains and will be dally until further notice. • For spring chicken meals, go • • to Dobry's, Malvern Roatl. Tel- • • ephone 1549. 4-11 tf • iTORASE When you wnnt to stors hnusaholt »r oral*. i«tek of ship furniture < «ll on MURRAY TRANSFER. CO W« have |?ot the onlr nreproor war* house tn the eltv, Warehouse ennstruct eel with separate aparnueiita for vote rurnlvtir* Tsiephons ST er *$. PILES! PILES! PILES! WILLIAMS’ INDIAN PILE OINTMENT .Vill cure Uliinl, UiSetllni' and Itelilnir Piles, it aksurps the tnwors illoj • iieliiny at mu e, arte os a poulltor. plvrn IuiMaiU relief, the ami $l t>0. A. C. Jennings, 108 Ouachita Avenue. wTwTrawson CHICKENS. EGGS, FRESH MEATS. 20& West Grand Ave. Prompt Delivery to Any Pari of City. We make a Specialty of Poultry, Ey,ys, etc. C-tll 1307—We can supply you. CEMETERY ASSOCIATION. Meeting at Greenwood This After noon to Form Temporary Organization There will he a meeting this after | noon at 1 o'clock at Greenwood ceme tery lor the purpose, as outlined in The Senlineldi-M'ord some weeks \ ago, of forming a little organization looking to the care of (lie graves in this cemetery that otherwise have no ittelltfon. It is proposed to accept ■ mall subscriptions for sucili work, enough to put one or two men at work for a while each spring and each fall. - - o DR. KELLAR SINKING. Dr. .1. M. Keller, one of the pioneer physicians of Hot Springs, and wiio has been gradually declining for i some months, was last night reported as very low. Mr. Murray Hollar, his -on, arrived yesterday afternoon from Chicago. 9 m SACED, WRINKLED TACES • EASILY REJUVENATED • . .. ... , ,| nt'i. n only i m:H< to A <-on\:».tr:ifiv«d> youthful prison. Beneath UtlRtei •• • • ' o l t:» ti t«• i >k upon, if;- .i ©ifrtpli pvaitei t" reuiov© l ■ . - I wax b< tutcl it am drugstore, gradually ab • <>v t..." tin* wove-out siti face skin: in a we.k or two the user has the loveliest I mk> white complexion imaginable An nuiu■'«■ of the wax usually »-= sufficient to complete tin transformation. It is put mii .it night like cold eicarn and t.ik* n .>t f in ttn morning with warm water. 'Phis jeioarkahle treatment is invari ably effective, no matter how muddy, -allow or discolored the complexion, l Yoekl* s. moth-paloin s. liver spots, plm p|i .v blackheads and other cutaneous l.lrinl lies, nuturuMx vanish with the dis carded f'kin. t«> i ■ mo o w f ink Iw, hiu • • a \ ©dp® that cannot he too highly recommended: l*n\\del«’d sUX elite. I o'/, dissolved in I - * pint witch hay.fl. [' i as a wash lo tion It a* i ; iu i i n t a ip • * ;l y md i won derfully effective GOLDEN'S PHONE 227 ^MARKET 017 p1 T\ New Stock Just Received kjl »»/ GARDEN FIELD LAWN Corner Eta and Sammons & Son Orange. Phone 42 Groceries, Feed, Lime and Cement AST CHANCE FOR ' HEEIEES TO LEAVE nkl |; -- ^S'vehnment will not fur. |tSH FREE TRANSPORTA. r TION AFTER TODAY. / All Ships Leaving Tampico Must Carry Clearance Papers Issued by the Constitutionalist Authorities Is the Latest Order. V<>ra Cruz, May 25.—With the de parture tonight of tin- nnval tug Pa tuxent, Hedr Admiral Badger an nounced that only one more chance ictnained Tor American refugees to return to Uhe United Slates from Vera Cruz at the expense of llie gov ernment. The last opportunity will tie aboard the collier Jason, which will sail tomorrow for Hampton iioads. The Jason can accommodate one hundred or 'more men, but only six or eight women. Thirty-one went aboard the Patuxent, which will pro ceed to Key West after discharging her passengers in New Orleans. Consul Canada's list allows ilhat only about forty refugees are here awaiting transportation. Notice lias been given to those taking advantage of transportation aboard the Jason that they will lie obliged to pay for their subsistence on hoard, and that the government will make no provision for their transportation beyond the ship's des tination. The destroyer Jouett sailed today from Vera Cruz for Galveston via * Ta nipieo. Intense Heat at Vera Cruz. Vera Cruz. May 25. An important addition was nidde to the aviation camp today by Che arrival of a hydro aeroplane and a convertible machine for use either on land or water. There are now four flying machines in the camp. The additional ma chines had been with Hear Admiral Mayo's squadron off Tampico, where they could not lie used. This was the hottest day since the landing of lllie American forces, the thermometer registering HM degrees in the shade at :i o'clock. The In tense heat attracted unusual crowds to the sea baths inside live break water and lured hundreds of blue jackets from the fleet overboard. Hope of Forcing Federals to Fight is Abandoned. Tampico, May 25. 'Almost all hope of forcing the itieral troops retreat ing from Tump so Into a light at any point mar the coast lias disappeared, from reports received from Colonel Itafarrete, in command of tilie pursu ing constitutionalists. lie said the best information he could obtain was that General Zara • oza, the federal commander, and the remnants of his army were disappear ing into the mountains to the west. « Live Stock Shipments Stopped. Hi ow nsville, Texas, May 25.—An embargo on the exportation of live stock of any kind from Mexico today was announced at the constitutional- ' ist military headquarters at .Mata nioros. This action resulted from the steady outgo of cattle from that country despite the export duty of iflu in gold placed on earth head of cattle some months ago. All Ships Landing at Tampico Must Get Clearance Papers From ( Constitutionalists El Paso, Texas, May 25. All ships landing at Tampan must carry clear ance papers signed by constitutional ist consuls if they sail from ports where the Mexican in "rg"ti:i have agents. This order has been i ;su d by General Carranza, ^pcording to announcement here today. Complaint had been made by Juan Hums, Insur gent consul at Galveston, that ships leaving that port had been carrying no papers and tha£, Uhe Huerta repre sentative had left Galveston. Assurances were given today that General Villa is at Torreon. It was said that General Carranza Is on his Way to Saltillo from Durango, and that after a conference with Villa he will go to Saltillo. Probably the pro visional capital will remain at Sal ttllo, where Carranza once served as governor, until his hoped-for capture of Mexico City. Mexico City Paper Prints Canard. Mexico City, May 25.—Some of the newspapers here continue to.publish all sorts of reports. El fmpurclal printed a report today, alleged to (have come from Washington, that President Wilson had ordered bis delegates at Niagara Kails to notify the Mexican representatives that if the peace negotiations failed Mexico would he Invaded by the American forces and that the army would re main until the country was com pletely pacified. Zapata Will Not Join Huerta. El Paso, Texas. May 25. —Einiliano Zapata, long in the field as a rebel chief of Southern Mexico, has mude no alliance with Huerta, said a report from General Carranza given out to day by the constitutionalist depart ment of Information at .Inare/. The me ■ age came from General I.lcio Hliuuo aud Rafael Uuetna. wtlio re I IN THE FEDERAL TRENCHES AT TAMPICO * Kxnar^jv* • :r, Scene in the trenches of the federal troops who put up a desperate but unavailing fight in defense of the city of Tampico. CPrttly took Topic City on the west coast. ‘News from our agents at Mexico City deny absolutely that General Zapata lias united with Huerta,” the message said. "Instead, lie lias re iterated ills adhesion to General Car ranza. Also we have information confirming the report of the capture of Cuernavaca by Zapata.” The west coast leaders today di vulged details of the capture oi Tcpic City last Friday. They stated that (Hie federals had lost 200 killed, while the constitutionalists lost 120 killed, including Colonel Soto of Buelna’s brigade. The victors took 500 prisoners, it was said, and cap tured 1,000 rifles and large quantitb of supplies. TO CARRY ON COAL STRIKE. Trinidad, •Col., May 25. A cam paign to carry on more vigorously tiie coal strike in Colorado has been de cided on by the international leaders of the United Mine Workers of America, according to Organizer Wil liam Diamond, who returned today from Fort Smith, Ark., where be con ferred with the president, John P. White. “A number of organizers from other states will be sent to the south ern Colorado fields,” he said, ‘‘and in addition the national publicity bu reau of the United Mine Workers of America will be returned to this city." -o FLAG DESIGNER'S PORTRAIT. (Austin, Texas, May 25.—An oil por trait of Miss Joanna Troutman, the Georgia woman who designed the lyOtie Star flag of the Republic of Texas, today was hung upon the walls of the state senate chamber here. The portrait was the gift of Governor O. it. Colquitt. -o REFUGEES AT FRISCO. San Francisco, May 25. -The United States naval collier Saturn ar rived today from the lower coast of I Mexico with three passengers. The | situation along the west coast wa I reported unchanged by officers of the Saturn. -o FREIGHT COMES FROM MEXICO. Jfrownsviile, Texas, May 25.*- The first train of freight to cross the in ternational bridge In a year came over from Mexico. It was composed” of four carloads of vegetables. A thousand cars of farm products on the- Montorey-Tampico division to night were reported awaiting an out let at this point. -o— MYEftS A EDWARD! Contractors. Any parties desiring to let con Tarts in stone, concrete or brick, oiease submit your [dans to us before awarding your contracts. Am now Stopping at Townsend Hotel. Will leave In a few days foi Davenport, Okla, where you may reach me by mail, or submit your plans In brief to W. K. MyerB, Cushing, Okla. R D. KOWARDS Drugs, rapid. Tree delivery. Phono U45 Public Drug Co. 4-2 tt -—■ ■ ■■■ -■ - ~o— * For expert Kodak finishing. Sorrells ltrn» Do X J-t# PRESBYTERIANS ARE DIVIDED SOME FAVOR CAPITAL PUNISH MENT FOR MURDER WHILE OTHERS ARE OPPOSED. Chicago, May 25.—The report of I he special committee on prison n-fortn was submitted to the gem rul a sem bly of the Presbyterian Church, Unit ed State- of America, today, by the Rev. W. Francis Irwin of Louisville, chairman, it did not touc h o.i tin* pun ishment of murderers by death hut several ministers during d'. mussion of its recommendations expressed them selves as being in favor of capital pun ishment. Rev. C. (I. Sterling of Eureka. 111., said that he understood the Itililp to justify death sentences for murder. Chairman Irwin replied that liis | er sonn opinion was thai no government or man ha the right to take a human life. "f do not believe in killing a man lo reform him," said (lie Hev. Mr. Irwin. The committee recommended: That courts instead of prisons lie math' instruments for the reformation of criminals. That iin orrigihles he sent to prison for life. That the prison contract labor sys tem should be condemned without qualification. Final action oil the report was de lerreu. The provision condemning contract prison labor caused another hot dis cussion. One delegate said that the abolition of contract ahor in peniten tiaries had caused a marked increase in tuberculosis among the prisoners and he opposed the passage of the recommendation for this reason. Ad journment halted further arguments. President V\ ilson's native was cheer ed when McKenzie Clela.ul of Chicago told how the nation’s chief executive a lew weeks ago stoppi d his official duties ti) speak a few comforting words to a crippled rliild caller. “President Wilson is a Christian, first, ami president next/' said Mr. defend. The !!<:v Kdeaid Hastings of Fort I lodge, Iowa re*d Cie report of the standing committee on education showing that s25 candidates tor the ministry w. re given financial aid in their education Iasi year, an increase of :!1 over the previous year. The Uev. S. C. George of Pittsburg offered an amendment to the report of the committee directing that financial aid he withheld all candidates for t’ie ministry addiettd to tobacco, li was referred lo the committee on bills and overtures. The report of the commit tee on education was adopted. STORM AT SUPERIOR. Superior, Wis., May 25.—One man was killed and more than half a mil lion do lars damage was done tonight by a storm that swept ibis city and surrounding country. Herring De Luxe. A writer In a London paper asks the question: "Did you ever eat the Hsh called a bloater in a first-class restau rant?” And then he answers the ques tion: "I did the other night. It was quite an Inferior specimen, but they called it 'hureng grille a la maltro d'hotel,’ and It took 35 minutes to pre pare It—which name and preparation added greatly to the price charged. The bloater Is a herring, and the an nual yield in Norway. Sweden and on the British coast Is about foui thou sand millions of this lish, or about that 1 number of pounds. Whoti It comes to serving fish to a patron, whether In a European or an American restau rant. the proprietor with malice afore thought proceeds to treat the patron as a malefactor, so fur as he can. by I levying a special tax upon liim. Even at our lakeside resorts, where It may be supposed that fish should be abun dant, the resorters are discouraged from asking for this article of diet and are switched off to beef and bacon." Irishman's Wit. "The Irishman Is not afflicted with the Englishman's dread of finding him self in a social impasse. He knows he will be perfectly well able to extricate himself, whilst the Englishman is pain fully aware that ho will not. The Eng lishman's first thought, on entering a stranger's house. Is how he will be able to get out of it again if he wants to. The Irishman suffers no 'such qualms, secure that Ills native wit will help him to a successful exit."- From Sheep Track, by Neste Webster. GOVERNMENT AID FOR UNIVERSITY LARGE SUM WILL BE SPENT IN DEVELOPING DOMESTIC SCI ENCE IN THIS STATE. Within a Few Years Arkansas Will Be Receiving $125,000 Per Annum to he Devoted to This Work. t Fayetteville, Ark., May 23.—The College of Agriculture of the State University has Just been notified that President Wilson has signed the bill recently passed by Congress known as the Smith-Lever bill which provides for extension work in agri culture and in domestic science in all of tlie different states of the Union. The appropriations made un der tlie provisions of this bill go to tlie land grant colleges in earth state, which receives, as tlie University of Arkansas does in this slate, the ap propriation made under the original Morrill Act providing for the es tablishment of these colleges. Under tlie terms of the Smith Lever bill, the University of Arkan sas will receive from the United States ilovernment $lu, u>o for this extension work for tlie year begin ning July 1st, 11)14. After the present year, Uliis sum will Tie Increased every year for seven years by an ad ditional sum of about $1 LOOK per an num. Thus at the end of Aight years, the College of V-riculture of tlu University will be‘receiving from the federal government almost $123,0011 per year for extension work. The provisions of the hill require that none of this money can be used at the University but it must all he spent in extension work in domestic science and in agriculture. A large part of the fund will be devoted to actual field work and to demonstra tion work. TENNESSEE DEMOCRATS. Hot Time Is Promised When Conven tion Meets Today. Nashville, Term., May 2.1.—As a re sult of the selection tonight by the democratic state executive committee 'of John A. Tipton of Tipton county for its recommendation as temporary chairman of the state judicial conven tion tomorrow, a fight on tihe floor of the convention is promised. Mr. Tipton was selected by a cone bination of the forces of several can didates for governor against the sup porters of Thomas Rye, who claims the largest number of in structed votes. Tlie Rye forces to night declared that as soon as the judicial convention begins they will make a fight on tlhe light of the state committee to name the temporary or ganization. Though the convention tomorrow will select only a candidate for the supreme court the same delegates will hold the convention Wednesday, when the nominee for governor will lie selected. -——o MANDOT DEFEATED. New Orleans, May 21.- Freddie Welsih, the English pugilist, out pointed Joe Mandot of New Orleans in a ten round bout here tonight. Welsh had the better nf five rounds, Mandot of three, and two were < veil. PRESERVE BABY'S SKIN VU-, UT^3: With CUTICURA SOAP Assisted when necessary by Cuticura Ointment. They keep the skin and scalpclean and clear, sweet and healthy, besides soothing irritations which often prevent sleep and if neglected become chronic disfigurements. t'uUcura Hoap ami ointment s,.l,i throughout iim “ '..Co"' Ail.If.- ~, i uUrura." I „ ,,i :ib n..n,u uirM.n utio fctww ami Hlutui|M.» nltu ( un, 1 •*> '•"» Uhj It Uit tur »Uu awl ecal*, -* Watch For the Date oi the Big Moose Minstrels The FRUIT and COLD DRINK season is at hand. Summer comfort In fruit and drinks will be found here. California Fruits are arriving dailv and our soda fountain is dispensing the coolest and most refreshing drinks. A Full Line of Choice Fruits and Any Fountain Drink You Like Is ready for you, at the “JIM” AND 'GEORGE,” Proprietors. California Cherries Received Daily. AMERICAN EAGLE The Noted Registered v ~ Saddle Horse. Vo. 20."if, formerly belonging to Hoy I.evl, will make the season of 1914 at Howell Hill Stock Kami, 1-2 mild from mid of Oaklawn car lino on Hig don Kerry road. Phone No 420. This stallion is a handsome ma hogany brown, Is 9 years old. 10 luinds liigNi and weighs 1,150 pounds. He was exhibited 10 times in Ken tucky show ring and carried away 9 blue ribbons. FEE $15.00 TO INSURE LIVING FOAL. Oakes Stable For New Buqgies, Mountain Drive Carriages, Country Trip* and Drum mer Work. HENRY OAKES, Mgr, 117 Dower St. Phone 340 Calia answered nav or nliflht. Board Ing heuses a specialty. Hot Springs Abstract & Guaranty Co. Up to date abstracts made and abstracts continued and loans negotiated. 406 CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK BUILDING Phone 1098. N. COHN The Tailor Announces the first shipment of Spring and Summer Woolens- These goods ar« the latest styies, fabrics and colors The patterns are de signed for the young man, the middle age man and the highest critic on dress. We guarantee fit. style and workmanship to be first-class, at rea sonable prices. N. COHN THE TAILOR 418 Central Av»nu» furniture 228 OUACHITA AVENUE. Hifthent price* paid n.r »e ond-hand fur* nlture, stoves and sewitnf mai-lilm*. Qto. R. Gower. Cha*. H. William*, INDEPENDENT FURNITURE CO. NEW AND SECOND HAND. Telephone 1867 HOT SPRINGS FOUNDRY CO. Hlgh-Clas* IRON, STEEL, BRASS AND ALUMINUM CASTINGS Manufacturer* and Dealer* In Structural Iron for Building*, Gratings, Eire Escape* and Iron Fence* a Specialty. Address Valley and Runyan St*. TELEPHONE 1349. P. O. Box 293. B. GROSS Underfaker and Em balmer Prompt Ambuianse Service. Fun eral Parlors. 112 Prospect Ave —Old City Hall. PHONE 29.