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Arlington Hotel and Baths
ON U. S. RESERVATION. OPEN ALL THE YEAR. AMERICAN PLAN Every modern convenience for the eomfort anti pleasure of the highest type of resort patronage. Beautiful lobby, parlors, writing room and new Sun Par lor anti Rest Room overlooking Reserva tion Park. Every hall of each floor con nected to the Mountain Park by steel bridges. $60,000.00 expended the past summer In completely rebuilding and re furnishing the Hath House; Installing every modern facility for the most per fect administering of the mineral waters, including complete llydrotherapoutlc sys tem and automatic heating and venti lating. Private elevator scivlce from each floor to the baths used exclusively for the bathers. Estes $4.00 per day and up; $21 00 psi week and up. A O. CA INKS', President. JOE W. CORR1NOTON, Manager HEALTH Bad Teeth Causes Bad Health NO PAIN—NO HIGH PRICES i Crowns and Bridge Work, $3. $4, ' $5 per tooth Teeth Filled, 50c up. Set Teeth, guaranteed to fit, $5.00 and up. Painless Extraction, 60c. j Phone 2326. 744 1-2 Central Ave. UNION PAINLESS DENTBSTS Established 10 Years—Here to Stay 744 1-2 CENTRAL AVENUE W /•THE, 77»« cn/i/ Qenuine Keelty Institute In Jlrbow** lieelev |:°r * iquor IVa-v J and DRUG USING. ture ii patient* have the advantage of iht ) 'VSfc Hot Springs baths Correspondence eoo fltlentlal. investigation solicited 702 Dark ^Vveiiue, Telephone 22S. iOI SPRINGS, ARK. * dr. j. c. whitacre. manager. . __m A Tip to the Wise Panama Hats for everybody to order, any size, any stylo. We fit the head properly and guarantee every Hat. High class renovating and reblocking. “The Hatterie” 245 Central Ave. Phone 699 YOU CAN’T BEAT IT Alameda C'of fee Albatross flour FIRST PRIZE WINNERS, 1907, 1908. 1909, 19JI0, 191L; no prizes nwurded on coffee or flour 1912. ASK YOUR GROCER Cockburn Ostrich f arm FINE OSTRICH PLUMES AND NOVELTIES City Store : : : 334 Central Avenue ____ - - ---- Visit the Alligator Farm 800 the MARINE MUSEUM Specimens of All Kinds. Seo Big Joe, the Oldest Alligator in Captivity. Soe 1,000 Live Alligators, Large ami Small, on Exhibit. TAKE WHITTINGTON AVENUE CAR. - -' HOT SPRINGS SIGN CO. sTgn~s OF ALL KINDS ^peciaxtyTbulletin signs 0 WM- C. SPRINGER* DESIGNER. ^^718 CENTRAL AVE. PHONE NO. « Chiropractic Adjustment THE WAY TO GET WELL Chiropractic Is de fined by Webster as •A system of adjust- ( Ing the joints, espe cially of the spine for the curing of DISEASE.” This science ac counts for, locates and removes the cause of most all human ailments. Why not have your trouble explained and relieved from your spine. Consultation and ex amination freely ex tended to all with- , out charge. *3 IRA A. WILLIAMS CHIROPRACTOR 119 Court St., New Baptist Church Buildlna I am Going, Are You? WHERE? On the Bi^ Sunday Excursion on the M. D. & G. Railroad Good fishing, boating and picnic iag. Coine go along. EXCURSION EVERY SUNDAY AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES Ouachita . 25 Cents Shuey . 25 Cents He nip Wallace . »..40 Cents Pearcy . ..60 Cents Ussery .90 Cents McKinley .95 Cents Lucky . $1.10 Caney . $1.25 Glenwood. $1.25 GEO. W. HOUSLEY, Agent. PHONE 2269 H. H. BLAHUT VETERINARIAN Calls Answered Day or Night. 4-21-1 mo Arkansas National Bank OF HOT SPRINGS, ARK. Capital .*100,000.08 Surplus and Profits... .*270,000.08 CHAS. N. RIX, President, E F. KLEIN, Vice President. D. LASER, Vic* President. CHAS. W. O'BRYAN, Cashier. 8. P. COLLINGS, Director. HENRY FEI LHEIMER, Director Strongest Roll or Honor Bank In Arkansas. Dons a fnJI banking business ftnshes drafts and check* for Tls ltors. Draw our own drafs on nl) parts of ICurone We soli Trcvel sr's Money Orders, with Identifi cation parable in all foreign coun tries in tho money of the country you may be In upon preset) tatlan MORPHINE '2%ZZL*ZJ1 * * ** by new pamU'ss method Not -one dollar np«< be p.%id until satisfaction has been ctToclcd Pace's 3 da; Liquor Treatment —* —» —• ■■■ .. BOOKLET FREE » — - DR. PACE’S SANITARIUM . HOT SPRINGS. ARK ANSA! Sanitarium, 432 Spring Street. City Office, 623 1-3 Central Crystal Street Sanitarium G. K. MARTIN, Owner and Manager. Equipped with Operating Room and Modern Appliances, not only for the Surgical Patient, but a Home for the Invalid and Rheumatic. Morphine, Drug and Drink Habits Cared for. Experienced and Educat ed Nurses in Attendance Telephone 1555, No. 1 Crystal Street. HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS. BASEBALL1 NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. Pittsburg .20 8 .714 New York .16 10 .615 Cincinnati .18 15 .545 Brooklyn..14 13 .519 St. Louis ......16 17 .485 Philadelphia .12 It .462 Chicago .I t 19 .124 Boston .8 18 .308 Pittsburg 5, Brooklyn 4. Pittsburg, May 25.- Pittsburg and Brooklyn met for the first time tills season today and the Pirates wo:i a closely contested game, 5 to t. Pitts burg Hit Rucker hat’d in the first in ning and gained a two run lead. Kig eert's triple and Smith's fly tied the score in the fourth lint Pittsburg forged ahead again in its half. The visitors hit Cooper hard in the ninth and tied the score again, hut Wag ner's single with two on liases and two out gave the Pirates the victory. Score by innings” l+.H. E. Brooklyn .010 100 011—4 8 1 Pittsburg .200 101 001 5 11 2 Wagner, Itagan, Rucker and Miller; Cooper and Gibson. Boston 3, St. Louis 2. St. Louis, May 25.—.Boston iiy bunching hits with errors i:i the first two innings scored three runs, a lead St. Louis could not overcome, and the visitors took tile o|K>ning contest of tlie series. 3 to 2. Do'an’s error in the second inning paved the way for two runs. Score by innings: K. H. E. Boston .120 000 000—3 11 1 St. Louis .000 101 000—2 7 2 Tyler and Whaling; Robinson and Win go. Chicago 5. New York 1. ■Chicago, May 25. Demaree was hit hard in the third inning today and Chicago won the first game of the se ries from New York. 5 to 1. liresna han and Chaney singled. Bresnahnn scored on Goode's sinele. Saier tripled and Cheney and tJoode scored. Chicago’s last two runs were made in tlic eighth on Saier's double, Zimmer man's sacrifice, which Schauer fum bled, Schulte's sacrifice fly and Zim merman’s steal of home. Score by innings: R. H.E. Chicago .003 000 020—5 t> 4 New York .000 100 000—1 5 1 Cheney and Bresnahan; ©emaree, Bchauer and McLean, Meyers. Philadelphia 6, Cincinnati 4. Cincinnati, May 25.—Ineffective pitching by the Cincinnati twirlers en abled Philadelphia to win the first game or the series today, 6 to 4. Itowan, who started for Cincinnati, was lilt hard, allowing Philadelphia to ccore five runs. Cincinnati was unable to overcome this lead. Inger soll, who succeeded Itowan, was wild. Mayer weakened in the eighth and aft er giving a base on halls and two sin gles was replaced by Mitchell. Score by innings: It.H. K. Philadelphia _021 000 201—6 1 0 2 Cincinnati .000 001 120—4 !• 1 Mitchell, Mayer and Killifer; Rowan, Ingersoll and Clarke, Gonzales. FEDERAL LEAGUE — Chicago 4, Brooklyn 0. Brooklyn, May 25.—Ctoicp o won the first game of the series from Brook lyn today through masterful pitch ing by Hendrix. Sommers was hit hard at opportune moments and gave I five liases on balls. Score by innings: ft H. 11. Chicago .Oil) 111) 100—4 12 2 Brook yn .000 000 000—0 5 0 Hendrix and Wilson, Somers and I .and. Baltimore 6, St. Louis b. Haiti more. May 25—St. Ijonis' error* contributed largely to Baltimore’s vic tory today, fi to 5. Score by innings: It. iH. E. Baltimore .032 001 OOx—« 9 2 St. Louis .000 010 022—5 8 7 Quinn and .lacklitsch; Kcupper and I Iartley. Indianapolis 5, Pittsburg 3. Pittsburg. May 25 -Indianapolis and 1'ittsburg battled for ten Innings tit day, the visitors winning out in the tenth. With the score tied. 3 to 3, in the ninth, Indianapo'is scored two rims in the tenth on a single and two doubles. Pittsburg was helpless in their half. Score by innings: R. H. E. Indianapolis ...200 001 000 2—5 10 1 ,Pittsburg 000 300 000 0—3 7 2 Eal ken burg and ltariden; Walker and Kerr. Kansas City 8, Buffalo 4. Buffalo, N. Y„ May 25—Kansas City found Russell Eoril today and batted their way into a safe lead in the first two innings, winning the game, 8 to 4. Score by innings; R. H. E. Buffalo .001 110 010—4 5 3 Kansas City _410 000 102—8 1 5 1 Eord. Moran, Anderson and Blair; Cu'lop and Easterly, TEXAS LEAGUF Beaumont 3, Calves tin 4. Waco 3, Dallas 0. San Antonio 6, Houston 1. Fort Worth-Austln not scheduled. -o TRUNKS AT HALL'S. 4-28tf AMERICAN LEAGUE: —— W. I >. Pctr1 Detroit .21 13 .('>18 Washington .10 12 .613 Philadelphia.17 11 .*>"7 Host on .11 15 . ‘•x3(1 New York .15 17 . Uf Chicago. 15 30 Cleveland .D» 22 f1:1 Washington 10, Detroit 1. Washington, May 2r>.--Washington climbed to within a half game ol lirst place today, indulging in a hatting tree at the expense of three Detroit pitchers and winning the first game, of the series. 10 to 1. Johnson gave way to llentley In the eighth when the game seemed sat Score hy innings: K. 11. K. Detroit .001 000 000— 1 7 1 Washington ...041 100 32x—10 II 1 Main, Reynolds, Cuvet and Stallage; McKee; Johnson, Bentley and A. Williams. Cleveland 3, Boston 0. Boston, May 20. Sacrifice hitting assisted '(' eveliind to win a 3 to 0 victory from Boston today. Errors l>y Gardner and Scott, Grnncy’s single and a sacrifice liy I>aJoie gave Hie visitors two runs in the fourth inning. "Dell” Gainer, purchased yesterday l>y Boston, reported today Score by innings: K. H.E. Cleveland .001 200 000 3 5 2 Boston .000 000 000—0 3 3 Mitchell and Carlsch; Collins, Cou'm'be and Carisch, Thomas. Chicago 1. New York 0. New York. May 25.—Scott had the better of Warhop i:i a pitchers’ battle here today and 'Chicago won the first game of a series from New York, I to 0. Only four local players reached first base and Scott caught three of these napping, getting Truesda’e twice. In the fourth Weaver doubled, took third on Chase's Infield out and on Collins’ sacrifice fly. Chicago.000 100 000—1 6 0 New York .Ooo 000 OOO—0 3 o Scott and Schalk; Warhop and Rog ers. Philadelphia 6, St. Louis 2. Philadelphia, May 25. -Philadelphia won from St. Louis today by a score of 0 to 2. Pennock fanned 12 bats mnn. Every man who faced him ex cept Pratt struck out at least once. <Pratt made two doubles and a single and drew a pass in four trips to the plate. Oldring scored two runs him self and drove in three other tallies. Agncw threw out five of the six run ners who tried to stead' second. Score by innings: It. H.E. st. Louis .non mi ooo 2 i; 2 Philadelphia _101 030 lOx—6 10 0 James, Leverenz ami Agncw, Croe sim; Pennock and Jmpp. SOUTHERN LEAGUE Memphis 1, Birmingham 4. Chattanooga 8, Now Orleans. Nashville 4, Montgomery 8. (Atlanta 13, Mobile 5. AMERICAN ASSN. Columbus 11,. St. Paul 12. Cleveland 5, Mi waukee 4. Indianapolis (i, Kansas City 5. 'Louisville 2, Minneapolis 3. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE. Montreal 5-1, Rochester ati. Toronto 0, Buffalo 9. 'No others scheduled. WESTERN ASSOCIATION. Muskogee 7, Fort Smith 4. Me Ales ter 2. Joplin 0. --- COLLEGE BASEBALL. Northwestern 4, Wisconsin 2. — ...o HOT SURINGS 3. MALVERN 7. In a hotly contested game of base ball played yesterday afternoon ut Malvern between the local team of that city and the team representing tlie Eagles of Hot Springs, Malvern was victorious by 7 to 3. I’amplin's pitching for t!he Eagles was tlie feature of the game, striking out twelve men. In the seventh inning Malvern had three men on bases with two out. Thrusher hit into left field bleachers, which was stopped by a running catch by Sims, whidh held tlie game to a close score. (Score: R. H. E. Malvern.000 300 0.10 7 10 2 Eagles.000 030 000—3 12 3 Batteries—Malvern: I.ea and Ber ger. Eagles: Pamplin and Smith. — ■■ tr* - ■ ■ ■ Cure for Stomach Disorders. Disorders of the stomach may be avoided by the use of Chamberlain’s Tablets. Many very remarkable cures have been effected by these tablets. Sold by all dealers. -» Grigsby's Llv-ver-lax, that delicious liver syrup, has displaced calomel In nearly every home. Good for grown ups and children alike. Ask R. G. Morris Drug Co. . ..■■■ ii -TV . - i » T-ace curtains laundered; satisfac tion guaranteed. Phone 2204. 6-161m IND ROOF NOW MUNIIMEN TO INVESTIGATE JOHN CLEMENT MAKES ACCUSA TION AGAINST DETECTIVE JOHN TISDALE. Matter Will Come Up Before Next Session of the Council, and Proof May Be Offered Also. John Clement yesterday filed with City Clerk Hensley a communication to be placed on the file the council proceedings, and to be brought before the regular session next week, con taining formal charges against Detec tive Tisdale, who is charged with having used abusive language toward liis mother, and with litavlng drawn a pistol on him when he approached Tisdale about the matter The affair is said to have grown out of the meeting by Mr. Clement of some friends at a station, who took one of liis cottages. Tisdale is accused of having made a visit there subsequently, and of having asked Mrs. Clement to step outside while lie talked to the parties, and that when site refused to do so, he is al leged to have used Insulting remarks. The council, it is said, will not only have Die complaint presented, but that Mr. Clement, his father, and other witnesses will be prepared to testify to what they know of tllu matter. Officer Tisdale yesterday made a general denial of the charges con tained, and indicated tllmt in the in vestigation there would lie another side ol' the story revealed. Health a Factor in Success. The largest factor contributing to a man’s success Is undoubtedly health. It has been observed that a man Is seldom sick when his bowels are regular—ho is never well when they aro constipated. For constipa tion you will find nothing quite so good as Chamberlain’s Tablets. They not only move the bowels but Irn privo the appetite and strengthen the digestion. They are sold by all deal ers. HILDRETH’S NEW STORE AND ICE DEPOT. John W. Hildreth has moved Ills Ice depot, grocery and markot from 1!07 Ouachita to DOM Central avenue, where he will be glad to greet old and new customers In his handsome now quarters. SOLDIER AND COACH. * Annapolis. Md., May 25.—Announce ment was made today to the effect that Lieutenant Jonas Ingram, now on duty with the Atlantic fleet in Mexi can waters, will he head coach of the navy football team next fa'lt, sublet to the approval of the navy depart ment. D The Season's Favorite ■ J IdeWver L 1 & Collar F Hffi Cw P fd» < Co , Mri»n, Troy. H. T._L 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 Dogs. 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 Cats, Canaries and Gold Fish. THAT SUIT OR GOWN Which is too good to discard and yet not satisfactory In re gard to appearance or color, can be cleaned and dyed so that it will LOOK JUST LIKE NEW and the cost will be a trifle to think what Improvement It makes on the garment,. It 1s cheaper to dye than to buy. We are anxious to dye for you. THE EMPORIUM CLEANING AND DYEING PLANT Work called for and delivered. 209 Central Ave. Phone 1147. PRACTICAL PAINTER. HAKU WUUU FINISHER AND DECORATOR. Artistic frescoing a specialty. Why not have your homes made beautiful? Have plenty of references. G. HANSEN 765 N Dunlap St.. Memphis, Tenn. TRY OUR MEDICINALLY PURE COLD CREAM ALSO CROUP SUET FOR BABY HOG A BOOM’S 717 CENTRAL AVE. Wo sperlnlize In compounding drug® and diapeiiMing physician** prescription®. Money to Loan THE EQUITABLE Building and Loan Association A HOME INSTITUTION Will Loan You Money In any amount to build or Improve your home. Payment In Monthly Installments to Suit. For full particulars call at Seeeretary'a office. E. F. KI.KIN, Pref. HIRAM WHITTINGTON, Roc. W. H. SORRELLS, B. P. COLLINGB, M. J. hi UN PERSON, Directors. 621 CENTRAL AVENUE. ---■« . ■ - ■ -a L. G. Reader STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Wo wish our friends to know w* parry everything in che grocery line. Prompt delivery to all parts of the city 1201 CENTRAL AVENUE : SECURITY BANK ;» HOT SPRINGS SAVINGS. TRUST ! AND GUARANTY COMPANY. A ROLL OF HONOR BANK 1 fcull* to Withstand the Storm. ; Capital $100,000 Surplus $75,000 Public Stenograhper Annie Melton 403-404-405 Citizens Nat’l Bank Bldg. CHICHESTER S PILLS W_ir>v _TliriM\MOM»HRAM>. X riitf*lHU Ask t et lll-( H IAMOM) CHAM) IMUA for US yeartknuwuas Best. Safest, Always Reliable S01D BY DRUGGISTS f VERYWHERE . .—— . " — i SICK MAN DON’T Leave Hot Springs Until Yon Investigate LOPEZ No Medscine Has Such Proofs of its Marvelous CURES. Be Convinced SHHs 10PEZ m MEDY CO. 001 CENTRAL VC.