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Special Ladies' Mary Jane Pumps Sizes 2 to 6 Parker Shoe Co. 612 CENTR vL AVE. gar^aai run mi wmmmmmmmmm Rent Monev YOU NEVER SEC AGAIN Tlie same money paid as In stallments on A Home of Your Own Is in reality put back into your own pocket. 1 have property listed for side that may be sold on reasonable terms, and 1 know that it is well wortlh the money. PHONE 209. J. S. Glaze Office 629 1-2 Central Ave. 11 Arkansas National Baik j OF HOT SPRINGS. ARK. Capital . *100,000.9*1 j Aurplua and Profit* *2'/'O.OCk' n* |j CHAS N. RIX. Prealdent I E F. KLEIN, Vice Prealdent | O. LASER. Vice Prealdent | ' CHAS. W O'BRYAN. Caahlet P S. P. COLLINGS. Olrector. HENRY FEI LHEIMFH, Olrecto* * Strongest Roll or Honor Santa I, In Arkanaa* A Doan a full banking bualnea* ■! , Cashes drafts and check* for »l» , ltor* Draw our own diuf* on all I paits of Kurtme We *ell Trevel- j i er's Money Order* with Mentlfl , I cation pavable In nil foreign cum , l tries It. the money of the country you may be in upon pre**'iULtten I .-* ■ -C=r====-.T3*. 1 — - - - — ■ - I Arlington Drug Store j EISELE A HUNT, Prop* WM r. + nfp«l Avs Annnslt# AHIlVftftP W ABANDONED THEIR PROPERTY. Americans Tell of Suffering and Pri vations to Get to Safety. Laredo, Texas, Juno in. -Seven Americans. inclining Mr. and Mrs. I*'. Votaw. of I os Angeles. Cat., reached here tonight after an over Ian i trip from Tampico, which they left before ttie constitutionalists cap tured the city. Tiny declared them sc.ves in destitute circumstanct s and si tight aid from the American consul to reach their homes. Votaw. who stated that lie was the owner of a KHi-aere ranch on the Pa nupo river, declared that lie and hi a wife were forced to hide in the brush for i’.ii days before they got a < banco to escape, lie said he left his property in the care of an Knglishman and Ids wife, and stated that tin* Hhtgllshnian wit seized by federal soldiers, hut releas ed when lie pn ved himself a British subject and not an American. FANS, nil sizes, right prices, at S‘hmelstfTs, fill Central avenue. Phone 221. 4-211 -tr -„ Lyric today, eighth chapter of l.ncile Love. Pasteurized Milk at Golden’s Gro cery. 4-24 lm L. G. Reader ITAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES We wish our friends to know w# | »*arry everything In Che grocery line Promt'! delivery to all parts of the c.ltj 1?01 CENTRAL AVENUE I I I Plano*. Organ*, Talking Machine , | Mpalcal Merchandise, Typewriters j and aewlng Machine* for tale or j rent on Easy Terms. Tuning and | I Repairing a Specialty. D. C. Richards Piano Co. j Phone <04. 724 Central Ave. jj t — .--.— -• Visit the Alligator Farm See the MARINE MUSEUM Specimens of All Kinds &>e Big Joe. the Oldest Alligator In Captivity. See 1.000 Live Alligators, l-args »«d Small, on Exhibit. TAKE WHITTINGTON AVENUE CAR. .. -« Southern Eonttn^ Mteys *2BT- McROBERTS Prop OUGAN-UTU ART BLOB °P_P^*'U. Arlington Hoi., Pour Regulation Alley, M »""■* Table. More i>leaaarb ^ b# ^ 41 .If01* * *atu« of ten pine than from any <>taeT •port. It .*nd. 1odt*e»tioD “O P<*>r circulation to Uu “tour wlBda." AMENDMENT VOTE FIRST TEST VOTE TAKEN ON CANAL REPEAL ISSUE AFTEH MANY WEEKS OF DEBATE. Neither of the Arkansas Senators Had Returned to Washington to Partici pate in This Question. Washington, D. C., June 10.—The senate tonight adopted the Simmons Norris amendment qualifying the canal tolls exemption repeal bill by a vote of fit) to 21. This was the first test vote after six weeks of debate oil the repeal bill. The most optimistic senators who la vored repeal had not expected the amendment to carry by so large a ma jority. It is not believed, however, the bill itself can be put through by so great a margin. Nine democratic senators, Ashurst, Martino, O'Gorman, Pomerene, Kans dell, Heed, Shields, AVals't and Wil liams voted against the amendment. Several, however, are expected to vote for the repeal hill, while several republicans who supported the amendment are expected to line up against the repeal. T'lte Simmons-Norris amendment would provide that the repeal shall not lie construed or held as a waiver or relinquishment of any rights the Putted Stall's may have under the Hay-Pauncefote treaty. The vote on the Simmons-Norris amendment was: Ayes -Democrats. Bankhead, Chil ton, Bryan, Culberson, Fletcher, Hol lis, Hitchcock, Hughes, .lames, John son, Kern, l.ane, l.ea, Lee, Lewis, Martin, Myers, Newlaads, Overman, Owen, Pittman, Saulsbury, Shafroth, Uheppard, Shively, Simmons, Smith of Arizona, Smith of Georgia, Smith of Maryland, Smiht of Soutli Caro lina, Slone, Swanson, Thompson, Thomas. West, White -26. Republicans — Brandegee, Craw ford, Colt, Oronna, Kenyon,tLippitt, I odge, McCtimber, Molvean, Nelson, Norris. Sterling, Weeks - -12. Progressive -Poindexter. Nays Democrats, Ashurst, Mar line, O’Gorniaii, Pomerene, Ransdell, Reed, Shields, Walsh, Williams—9. Republicans — Bristow, Burleigh, Clark of Wyoming, Cummins, Gallin ger, Cl off, Jones, Page, Perkins, Smith of Michigan, Smoot, Suther land, Townsend, AVarren, Works—IS. The amendment reads: "Provided, that the passage of this act shall not lie construed or held as a waiver or relinquishment of any right the United States may have un der the treaty with Great Britain raitlied the 21st of February, 1902, or tite treaty with the Republic of Panama, ratified February 26, 1904, 1 or otherwise to discriminate in favor 1 of its vessels by exempting the ves sels of the United States mr its citi zens from the payment of tolls for passage through said canal, or as in any waj waiving, impairing or affect- j ing any right of the United States under said treaty or otherwise with the respect -o the sovereignty over or the ownership, control and man agement of stid canal and the regu- ' lotions of the conditions or charges of traffic through the same.” Senators who lioped to see the bill disposed of tonight took comfort from the decisive way in which a motion to adjourn was defeated. The vote was 52 to 22. Tile Sucherland amendment, pro posed as a substitute for the Sim tnons-Norrls amendment, was de feated pi to 3.1. It declared that nothing in the repeal act should be construed us denying or abridging the right of the United States to dis criminate in favor of American ship ping, and added tiiat, on the contrary, such right is re-asserted. r\ ..-.— PERKINS WON'T RETIRE. New York, June 10.—George W. Perkins, who was denounced as a menace to the party in a confidential letter recently addressed to Theodore Roosevelt by Amos Pinchot, tonight said he had no Intention of retiring from tlhe chairmanship of the progres sive national executive committee. The letter was made public today by Pinchot. Perkins declared he re garded the matter as “a rase of hon est difference of opinion on both sides.” -O COLORADO RIVER RISING. Calexico, Cal.. June 10.—F\ood wa ters of the Colorado river were re lairted tonight to be touching the U p of the Volcano Lake levee, 20 miles south of here, in Lower California, and to he overflowing in places. A hun dred men with scrapers worked to night along the levees and hopes were expressed that they \v uld stand. --o FOUND RUMOR UNTRUE. Garedi . Texas, June 10 The Ainer Kun consul Manna stated here tonight that after investigation he had found untrue the rumors that constitution alists had mistreated Spaniards at Monterey. Me declared that there bad been no cases of discrimination against Spaniards and that no Hphii lams were being iheld for ransom by the eonstltutioualllu. RALEIGH UNVEILS SECOND TRIBUTE MONUMENT TO THE WOMEN OF THE CONFEDERACY CEREMO NIAL IN NORTH CAROLINA. Grandmother Sitting With a Book on Her Lap Relating the Story of the Civil War to a Grandson. 'Raleigh, N. C., .June 10.—A monu ment to the North Carolina women of the Confederacy whs unveiled here to day. It is the second tribute of the south to its women of the Confed eracy, a similar monument having been erected by the state of South Carolina. Members of the North Carolina division of the United Con- 1 federate Veetruns and scores of prom inent men and women from t'his and I other states witnessed the cere- I monies. I'lie memorial was made possible through die gift of the late Ashley | Horne, who served as a Confederate , soldier throughout the war between ' the states. As a member of the state legislatures from Johnston county, he introduced a measure providing for | the erection of a statue by tthe state. Failing to elicit the necessary sup- | port, lie gave $10,000, and accepted i plans for the monument before his ' death in October, 1012. The monu ment stands on the south side of Capitol square midway between Fay- I elleville and Salisbury streets. On the southern side, in has relief, is a i grandmother in a sitting position, I with a hook in her lap. The woman , is relating the story of the civil war to her grandson, who grasps the hilt i of Ills father's sword. On the eastern side is a has relief representing the Confederate soldier going to war. His return in an emu- ' ciated condition and ragged, hut wel comed 1iy the women of the Confed eracy, is depleted on the western side, j The monument is inscribed “To the 1 North Carolina Women of the Con- i federacy.” J. A. 1-ong, chairman of the monu ment committee, presided over to- j day's ceremonies, which began ill the l local auditorium and were concluded at the site of t'he monument. The principal address of the occasion was delivered by IT. Huniel Harvey Hill, a son of Col. I). 11. Hill, who com manded the first North Carolina regi ment in the battle of Bethel, f>3 years ago today. The court square where the lin veiling look place was crowded witke , members of the Nortii Carolina divi sion, Confederate Veterans, com manded by Ben. Julian S. Carr of Durham. N. and other spectators. Ashley Horne, the young grandson of the donor of the monument, drew the veil from the statue, after which an appropriate poem was read hy Dr. Henry J. Stockard. Chairman Long formally presented the memorial to j the state of North Carolina, in a j short address, which was responded to hy Bov. Locke Craig in behalf of the state. LINES TIGHTENING. Turtle Creek Valley Strike Reaches a Most Dangerous Stage. Pittsburg. Pa., June 10.—'Tightening of the lines by both sides marked the situation in the Turtle Creek Viibev today, where 10,001* members of the Allegheny Congtnm! Industrial I uion are on strike at three VVestinghouse' plants. President K. M. Herr of the West Inghottse Electric and Manufacturing Company, in a statement tonight de clared the company management had brought in outside men t* safeguard the property. He said the men were watchmen and not strikebreakers. Strike leaders were incensed by the company's action, and sent a note to President Herr informing him Hint they would not be responsible for any outbreaks on the union side. At a meeting of stool h biers of the \Vi stinghonse Klertri- Company today 'President Herr said lie did not be. lieve the strike situation ought to lie discussed. Directors were elected and tile strike was not brought before the meeting. HUERTA REINFORCED. After Many Hardships. 3,000 Men Reach Mexico City to Join Ranks. Mexico City, June in. -General Ig nacio Morelos Zaruzosa, at the head of ::,n'o men, the remnant of the Thmpico garrison, arrived here to night. The federal force endured many hardships on the month's march to t.te capital. The minister of war, General Blan quet, said tonight there was no truth in reports that disturbances had oc curred in Oaxaca. -u SAYS HE WILL JUMP. St. l.oii:h. June 10.- Armado Mar salis. Cincinnati outfielder, tonight said that Instead of being In Phlla (le.phla t morrow, be won d lie In St. Louis dickering with the St. Ixmis Federal! for a contract. —--—e— - Limes at wholesale. Phone R. (1. Morris Drug Co. 6 10-tf Let Rorrells Drug Go. look after your kodak fluUiuug HU WILL VOTE ON PROHIBITION IhSLIE MATTER WILL COME BEFORE CONGRESS FOR FINAL VOTE SOME TIME NEXT MONTH. Opponents of the Hobson Bill Do Not Believe a Two-Thirds Support Can Be Received Now For Measure. •Washington, D. C., June 10.—Na tion-wide prohibition will be voted on by the house witiiiin four or five weeks, according to predictions made at the capital tonight aftpr the rules committee had postponed until July 1 action on a special rule to provide for immediate consideration of the pro posed Hobson amendment. (Members of the committee declared they would consider and probably fa vorably report the Oantrell rule reso lution in July. The committees action followed a day of storm conferences between groups of congressmen without ref erence to political division. It gen erally was conceded that opponents of tlie Hobson amendment were forc ing the issue, confident the measure could not now poll tlhe two-thirds vote necessary for passage. Representative Hobson himself does not iavor action at this time, though he said tonight a vote would be taken the second week in July. When the committee by a five to four vote deferred consideration of the rule, it was announced that this course had been deemed wise because of important matters now before the house for immediate disposition. Barlier Mr. Ilob.son submitted a statement to the committee saying lie desired to have his resolution changed in accordance with the amended resolution he introduce! yesterday to meet the question of states' rights. Tlie statement said many members of tlie house had requested him not to press the resolution for considera tion until they had ha<l time to con fer wit'h their constituents. He had respected their requests and did not request immediate action. “Hut since opponents of tlie resolu tion have precipitated the matter and are urging its immediate considera tion. I wish to say that I shall not oppose such action and will not re quest friends of tlie resolution to in terpose obstacles in the way of the adoption of tlie rule allowing ade quate debate with the amendment, 'n eorporated in tlie special rule,” the statement said. WANT FAIR DEALINGS. Travellers Do Not Want Railroads Imposed on But Fairly Regulated. Houston, Texas, June 10.—An Amendment to tiie constitution of the Travellers Protective Association which would have limited tlie tenure of office of national directors to a maximum of two consecutive terms was defeated late today after discus sion which took up the greater part of the afternoon session of tlie na tional convention here. At the morning session i/ouis Ochs, of New Orleans, chairman of the rail road committee of the Ixmisiana divi sion, made a plea for ‘fair and square dealing” with the railroads. STRIKE THREATENED. Detroit, Mich., June 10. -Delegates attending the annual convention of. the Commercial Telegraphers Union of America, in session here today dis cussed the advisability of calling a strike in the Chicago office of the Postal Telegraph and Cable Com pany. It is alleged that twelve op erators were discharged from the Chaeigo office about two months ago because of their affiliation with the union. GET HUERTA’S GUNBOAT. Washington, D. ('., June 10.—The Alex lean federal gunboat Vera Cruz, which went aground and sank in Panuco river when Huerta's fleet left Tampico, has been floated by tho constitutionalists. Reports to consti tutionalist headquarters tonight said divers were exploring the bed of the river seeking breech blocks to the grins which were hurled overboard w'lieu the federal abandoned the ship. BELDEN O NTHE JOB. San Antonio, Texas. June 10.—< Sam up! Helden. a legal adviser of the constitutionalists here, stated today that he had been summoned to attend u conference at EH Paso tomorrow in which constitutionalist agents would endeavor to secure fi.t General Car ranza certain information regarding the situation*at Niagara Fulls. -o_ — BARTHOLDT AGAIN PRESIDENT. Washington. D. C„ June 10.—The American congress group of the In terparliamentary union today re elected nil officers for another year. Representative Hurtholdt of Missouri was named president for the eleventh consecutive time. Representative Broussard of Ixiutaiana is secretary. 1 Try a 3«ntlnel Record want ad. V SPECIALS FCR THE SUMMER TABLE iced Tea Set i; OUVSSBH I ti COAST BUS ( spoons COMPLETE $6.75 Beautifully Etched Crystal Ware Tlie ideal lemonade or iced tea service for summer. SlLVtK HLATED TUMBLER UUASI ERS, in which to stand iced tea or water tumblers a number of dainty designs, $1.50 per set of tsix. (Mermod, Jaccard & King) JACCARD’S Branch: 592 Central GROCERS AND BUTCHERS AND WHOLESALE MEN OF CITY HAVE BIG MEETING. Speeches Are Made and Then There is a Social Feature Which Proves Most Enjoyable to All Present. Grocers, butchers and wholesale nun of the city held a big outing last evening at Whittington J’ark, where they talked co-operation in the mat ter of their organizations, and dis cussed generally the things that will benefit the trade in this city as well as protect die interests of the vari ms me:chants who have banded together. Mesms. I,. I>. Cooper, Blrnbaum, and oiliers talked of the advantages of co-operation by tflie nu n whose re lations, while competitive, are also mutual, and approved the idea of or ganization for their mutual protection and that the affairs of the city in a business way might he better handled. The matter of increasing tlie ranks of the organization was also given some attention with tile result that there will lie more of an effort made to bring in memberships, that tihe work might he made to practically cover the business lines of the city interested. As a conclusion to the outing all tlictee present were served with re freshments, after which the cigars were pa . ed, and a most enjoyable social session was spent by the ne r chnnts and business men together. COTTON MILLS BURNED. Dublin, (in.. June 10.- -Fire of nn determined might destroy'd the C o me Cotton Mills here today, causing an estimated property loss of |t!>0, lioo, partially o vered by insurance. STEVENSON is DYING. Chicago, dune in.- f’liysicaiis at tending Adlai K. Stevenson, vice pres ident of the Baited States during Grover Cleveland's so. ond term, to night had little hope of his recovery. CRITERION *40* El I WliBl . 'T.i. 111—13 The Season s Favohite Id# fj/7w:r zz Collar t> f. lilt a Cl. Makers, Tr jy, «. T. utrr u u. r* ^ "r. I am Going, Are You? WHERE? On the Big Sunday Excursion on tlie M. D. & G. Railroad ft nod fisliing, lioalitig ami picn ic ing. Come go along. EXCURSION EVERY SUNDAY AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES Ouachita . 25 Cents Shuey . 25 Cents Hempwa,’lace .40 Cents Pearcy . ... .60 Cents Ussery ...90 Cents McKinley .95 Cents Lucky ... $ 1.10 Caney . $1.25 Glenwood. $1.25 GEO. W. HOUSLEY, Agent. ; SECURSYY BANK I HOT SPRINGS SAVINGS. TRUST | AND OUARANTY COMPANY. * ROLL OF HONOR BANK Sunt to Withstand the Storm. | Capital $100,000 Surplus $75,000 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 make* on the garment.. It is 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. TRY OUR MEDICINALLY PURE COLD CREAM ALSO CROUP SUET FOR BABY HOG A BOOM’S 717 CENTRAL AVE. We specialize In compounding drug* ami dispensing ptiy- i.Tuns* prescriptions. CHI CHESTERS FILLS W ^ 'ill. I»l\>1PNP IIItAMl. X I.mfp «»! Auk your UnigyUt f t /A « m Plun <> idTlrandi^Vx 1MI In in lii <1 : ’. Unlit a lake no olh«r Buy of to up * HruffiUU A f r< HI.rilKM.TERfl PIAMONP f.lfcAMI 1*11.1.M( for yc ir, known a Uc ;t. Safest, Always I:dial la smo BY DRUGGISTS EVLRVVVHFRE VACATION TIME SUMMER ROUND TRIP RATES NORTH, EAST AND WEST. OCEAN TRIP— One way, through New Orleans, * TO NEW YORK— Returning via Albany, Buffalo, Detroit and Chicago. $75.00 OCEAN TRIP— New York, going and returning via Savannah, .. $48.40 MISSISSIPPI RIVER TRIPS Lee Line. Dally Pullman oar service, Chicago and Colorado Springs, purlor oar, dining oar and elegant ooudhes to Memphis. Train leaves 1:00 p. m. No Matter Where You Go Let Us CHelp You Plan Your Trip. ’PHONE 141. W. M. ANDERSON C. P. A. Benton Street Station.