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Springs, don't overlook the good things. Get a cup of Blanke's Famous Coffee and a Hot Lunch, or some of our Famous California Fruits and Confectionery. Hot Springs Confectionery "JIM” AND GEORGE," Prop. H4 Central Ave. Phone 291. The Million Dollar Mystery lias been solved, but more are many who are wondering how we can serve "sueli a good” meal for 25c. How ever, we DO give you the b st meal iu the city for the price. All we ask is: Try one meal. You will be sur prised at t.ie Quality. We make a reduced rale if you buy a JO Meal Ticket for $2 W’ sell you ticket, whether you take one or more meals per day. Please look us up. This is the best meal proposition you have ever seen Board and Room, $5.50 to $8 per week. TERRACE HOME HOTEL No. 5 Fountain Terrace. PANAMA BLEACHING Expert Hatter Panama and Straw llats Bleached. Blocked. Trimmed. Old Pe t Huts made new. Work Will Please. Prices Won't Displease. 320 Central Ave. Phone 2249. BUY YOUR MEDICINES AT HOG A BOO M’S PHARMACY WE WANT THE PARTICULAR MAN’S BUSINESS. New Location, 605 Central Ave. Special Offer For Easter HOFFMAN TAILORING AND CLEANING CO. ■will line your Suit with a fine rle 1 of satin without evlra charge. Four hundred of the latest spring and sum mer samples to select from, ma If by Fred Kauffman, the American Tailor Suits from $!S tip. Pants $L.'o up. Ladies’ Tailoring aiso. Cleaning Pressing. Altering and Repairing. PHONE 644. OFFICE 233 CENTRAL AVENUE. 3-1 ti-1 m Q'JELLA APARTMENTS 2 AND 3 ROOM APARTMENTS Modern Improvements; Strictly First Class Accommodations. Separate Bed Rooms. Hot and Cold Running Water. Sleeping Porches INSPECT THE QUELLA BEFORE LOCATING. MRS. W. J. HUTSELL. Prop. 308 PARK AVE. PHONE 1023 JOHN D. HOSKINS LAWYER Offices Sumpter-Lit tle Bldg. Phone 608 -''Dr, J. W. Westmorland SANITARIUM. Arkansas National Bank OF HOT SPRINGS. ARK. Member Federal Reserve Bank Capital . ..$100,000 00 Surplus and Profits $295,000.00 CHAS. N. RIX, President E. F. KLEIN, Vice President. F. C. STEARNS, Vice T. D. McCALLUM, Asst. Cash. S. P. COLLINGS, Director. HENRY FELLHEIMER, Director. A Roll of Honor Bank. full ■banking business. Cashes drafts and checks for visitors. Druw our owu drafts on all parts of Europe. Sell Traveler's Money Orders, payable In all foreign countries and United States by banks, hotels or merchants. NT FOR DRUG HABITS ^INEBRIATES. Phon* 12S0 MEXICAN BILLETS FALL OVER OORDER TWO PEOPLE ARE WOUNDED IN BROWNSVILLE DURING THE FIGHT IN MATAMORA&. Villa Forces Lost About Four Hun dred in Killed and Wounded in Their Attempts to Capture the City. Brownsville, Texas, March -7. An unexpected attack, from the south lac today caused Villa force.-, to cease their attack upon MaUtmoras, opposite here, hut in the meantime stray -hots had crossed tile border and wounded two persons in Brownsville. Neither was injured seriously. I The persons injured wore slink by shots falling in Hie residents section here. They were .Mis. Luciano I lino josa. wounded in I he foot, and .lose M. iLopez, wounded In the arm. Numer ous other bullets were said to have fallen in Brownsville. Tlie attack from the south which continued tonight, apparently threat ened to flank the rigid of the attack ing force. It cante late today after Villa troops had made four inefieetual assaults upon the Alatamoras breast Iworks and tiien had been dtiven back some 1 ,IHMI yards, according to the ( arranza defenders. The attacking force from the south was believed to lie led by (tenoral itdefonso Vasquez, whose departure from iMatamoras several days ago at the head of a body of troops caused minors of dissension between him and I (leiioral 10. 1\ Natai rate, commanding at Matatnoras. No artillery was brought Into action today in the fighting at IMatamoras, the forces limiting them.-elves to rifles and machine guns. Carranza authorities at Mutamoras said tlieir only casualties were eight wounded. The Villa forces lost in killed and wounded, aitott! four hundred men, ac cording to a Villa officer tonight. Four Villa officers were brought to the American side, five miles west of her . suffering from wounds. A colonel among them was expected to die. Both sides loulghi were expecting reinforcements. \ Villa officer today told an Associated Press correspond ent tlieir artillery had not yet at rived but would be in readiness tomorrow and that additional troops were com ing. Fnited States military authorities today arrested twelve men in Browns ville charged with shooting on the constitutionalist;- from tit • American side. They are alleged to have Killed or wounded four man. The transport Oaxaca wa reported tonight still at the mouth of the Win tirande with l,i>0o troops to reinforce the Matamorus defenders. It was said no suitable landing could be found. The transport came from Vera Cruz, according to an American aboard who was allowed to land on this side, allowed to land on this side. It was said that the force under (lenefal Vasqtiez numbered l.a'tu. Heavy firing came from tIn- south tonight and was believed to be be tween this force and the Villa ti'ihi] s. The fighting before Matamorus to day began about noon and continued until shortly before dark when the new attack began to the south. It was believed the attack upon Matamoias was merely a feeler tor the Villa troops, as they apparently expect ad ditional forces. ine constitutionalist losses snowu were .'i;'. wounded and eight killed. Colonel I’recipio Elizondo was wonud eci. lint not fatally. A Villa officer admitted that 10 was the onU man out of the general staff not wounded, leading to the believ that at least Yillista officer, were killed or wounded. Me stated that there were about L’On wounded and killed soldiers at the rear and es.i other sources it is shrlhmVt vslsKeH) mated two hundred others. From other sources it .s said that tile Villlstas lost .MK) dead. It was stated that the field is strewn with dead men and horses. ROYAL ARCH MASONS A special convocation of Hot Springs Chapter No. IT. 11. A M . will be held Monday evening at 7 Id o'clock Work in the li. A degree, and after th ■ w ork a lunch will tie served .Members are requested to be present and visiting companions fraternally invited HOUT. IMTIlFKSIvN, 11. 1’. 27 New iKaster Suits just received at Woodcock A- Lawson's Have your lace curtains carefully laundered by hand, For particulars phone 991. 2-7-3mo IMPORTANT fhta life or oura ta tosry unc»rta!» (f you: horn* la mortgaged, pro tact il. If yen art. married, protect yoa* »lfe and children. If you are aingle. protect your oU days—In case you live to aee them. You can do thla by Insuring todaj with Tho Mutual Life lisnrance Co. *f Nr* York TH08. D. McCAU.UK, Olatrlct Manage,•. Phonta iQ3 and fit THE FRENCH WIN MOUNTAIN TOP FIGHT WAS A BITTER ONE AND HAS BEEN GOING ON FOR MANY DAYS. Russians Are Attacking the Enemy Night and Day in the Carpathians. Austrians Claim Russians Have Sus tained Heavy Losses. London. '.March 'JT, lo;;r, pin.— Wltllo their has been sonic fighting along tilt’ Lust Pruisiun frontiei and in Bukowina, the inountaiiis or both llu* cast and the west art- ilic sc nc* of llu* most luiportant engagements at present. In llu* Vosges (lie French, alter a long light, in which (lie position changed hands more than once, have finally established themselves on the summit of Hartmanns Weil i*kopf. a mountain peak, 15 miles northwest of .Muelhausen, and a few miles north oi I hann. I liis is considered an im portant success as it gives the French command of a consul ralilo amount of country < cupteil by the (■eimaiis I lu* fight tor the position lias been a bitter one and lias been going on lor man.’, day. In tiie east, Hie Carpathians are still the scene of the most violent battles, the Russians attacking night and day. In their last official communi cation they claimed to In* advancing successfully on the Bartfeid-Uzsok front, in spite of the fact that the Aits, triaiis have been strongly reinforced. Tonight, however, the Au trians' of ficial announcement says that the Russian attack has miscarried and that the Russians have suffered heavy losses. The Austrians also claim to have repelled the Russian often-ivc in Bukowina and to have foiled their opponents back to the frontier. I lie struggle here lias b en carried on under the most terrible weather conditions, the men having to lioul Kims and carry tlilr charges through d< op snow. On the w estern from, beyond I bo I* reii(‘li success in the Vosges, where Iht' Hermans abandoned a large quau tity of material and left numerous dead on the ground, there have been no event, of importance, neither side apparent 1> being ready as yet lor tin big effort which everybody lias been expecting T.iere have been the usual bombardments of the positions and mine wart are and the aviators on ho h sides have shown much activity. Kach day allied airmen lly over the Herman lines m Belgium and 'France, gathering information. They vary this duty by dropping bombs on railway junctions and doing as much damage as they can to military worhs. A Zeppelin this afternoon parsed over the island of Sclilerincniuik OOg, north of Holland, flying in a westerly direction, and an attack on some Eng lish town was expected, but it such were her intention, her arrival along the English coast has not been repott ed so far. The official returns for the past week of tin* effect of the Herman sub marine blockade of England, show that three vessels were •■unit and one was torpedoed, but reached port, whli - the total sailings and arrivals num bered 1,1,10 vessels Holland's request for an explana tion from Herman' of the sinking of the i,Medea and the capture of tw i other Hutch steamers is creating a lot of intetrest in diplomatic circles, where it i- pointed out that the ves sels of other neutral countries have not been molested. Diplomacy continues its activity in Italy and the Italkans, the latest re port being that normally is making an offer of part of Turk Hi European ter ritory to Bulgaria In return for Bul garia's continued neutrality. Russia Brands as Fake Statements Given Out by Germany. I’etrograd, March -7. via London. March t’s, ELM a m The following supplementary official statement was issued tonight: Ilii1 German pro s assorts, t till tin* garrison of I'r/cm,' si did not wood 25.<>0n men; that the supplies would have lasted a long time it the agrri sou liail not heon compelled to share its scanty rations with an enormoun number of Russian prisoners cap tured during the course of sorties; that the tall of l’rzomy-1 has no mili tary importance and that the Rus sians have destroyed btfti towns and villages in Galicia, of which 2jo were ratted to tlie ground. "All such assertions are malicious inventions We captured at Pizemy.-l an army of about Lij.OOO. Its detail ed composition and the name of the leaders will be published immediately they are compiled The Russians whom we liberated at I’rzcmysl num bered only l.jjO. most of them being wounded. "The importance the enemy attach ed to Przemysl may be ujdged by the innumerable sacrifices made in at tempts to relieve the garrison, dating back to November. No town or vil lage in Galicia was destroyed or razed." Russians Claim Germans Lost Heav ily in Northern Russian Poland. Petrograd, March ^7. \ ia London. .March 2S I a. tu- -The following Russian statement concerning the progress of the war was issued h rc tonight: “On March the Germans he. tween tile Skwa and Pissa river (northern Russian Poland! attacked Branch ol Jaccards—St. Louis, “America's Greatest Diamoud House." Established u.' 1899 The Grandest Array of Diamond Rings Ever Seen in Hot Springs A Collection of Rings Mounted in the Newest Styles haVejust Arrived From our St. Louis house. You Are Invited to Come in and See them Today I .i> >011 In'i' beau til ul jewels'.’ You now have an opportunity to set and compare some of the world’s most beautiful creations productions cl t.ie world renowned Jut-card. St. I.ouis jewel shops. You are welcome to coiyc in and ook at these elegant creations, cveii though you utay not w isli to iu> Moreover, you will find here a magnificenl exhibit of all varieties of pr clous gems, sold igold and silver novelties, watches, gold jewe ry. solid silverw-are and art wares. You can buy souvenirs and gifts here at prices ranging from fir, cents to $l"OU<Mm. DIAMOND RUNGS . ... DIAMOND BROOCHES DIAMOND NECKLACES ... DIAMOND BRACELETS diamond bar dins ... DIAMOND LA VAl.LIKRKS DIAMOND SCARE BINS . DIANMOND EARRINGS . DIAMOND CUKE BL'TTONS $12 00 to $3,000.00 $15.00 to $5,500.00 $75.CO to $10,000.00 $25.00 to $1.500 00 $35.00 to $1,250.00 $25.00 to $2,000.00 $10.00 to $1,000.00 $15.00 to $4,000-00 $12.00 to $500.00 Ask (o see ou. special $11111.110 1 ianioml Ring. It is ol’ gr at beauty and value;. If you leave your name at our store we shall be glad to have mailed to your home address, a complimentary copy of ,lac card's New Book of (lifts, with its 2-1 pages of information on the lat st styles of jewelry and fine wares for your home JACCARDS 502 CENTRAL AVE. ri*i>"Hk'clly, twice ca|>t ariiiK some .>f aur trenches it ar the villages o;' Serafin and Tartak. hut w. drove Ihein hack on cadi occasion to their runner positions. The Hermans lost heavily. "The Hermans in certain sections north of KeanTf Itav been stealing i>tir ovi rioats. which are notch stipe rior to theirs as |iroteetion against Itad weather. Their soldie.s con stantly arc leaving their trenches >n order to strip the overcoats from our d ad, but our effective fire makes tItem pay dearly for their theft*. "At Osowctz tne Hermans repeat edly have trial to fly a captive bal loon, hut our nuns hit it every tunc it appears. As a result of the abso lute superiority of the guns of the forties-., the Herman batteries fi. only short salvos and are silenced ipiickly. "In a fight at the village of Ka rasku, on the left bank of the Omit lew river, we took over a hundred prisoners, six mi rai lenses and three cannon. "A number of Czechs belonging to the garrison of Przemysl are clamor ing for permission to fight for Slav dom in the Russian ranks." STAR GANG Rllll TWO OKLAHOMA BANKS TWO OF THE GANG WOUNDED AND CAPTURED WHILE TRY ING TO ESCAPE. Okla.ioitia City, March 27.- Mcm In rs of 'lie hand of desperadoes who escaped from Stroud early today after robbing two national hanks of $•-.,0011, eluded half a dozen mounted posses and tonight wet ■ riding swiftly toward the fastnesses of the Kiamichi mountains with their spoil, hast reports said the men were headed in the general direction of Kelly v i 11 • •, northeast ..r Chandler, with the posses >0 minutes behind. r ivc* men were in the party which escaped after tile robberies, it wa learned from eywitnesses touigh*, while two of tlie ham!, Henry Starr, notorious Cherokee desperado, and a man named Kstes. were wounded and captured Firs, reports said the hand numb red 11 men. Starr and ICstes are in jar at Chandler Company IS. national guard of Ok lahoma. was mustered to arms at Chandler late today and joined the posse in search of the bandits Starr Admits His Identity. Chandler. Okla., Mann 27. "We went to the hanks to got the money. V* got ;t We, have no one to blame but ourselves. There are five good men left in the crowd." said Henry Starr while admitting his identity Saturday nignt. Starr, who is wound ed, is in jai here with a wounded companion giving his name as Lewis Kate.- At H o'clock Saturday night the three official posses scouring the country for the remaining: five bandits reported that no trace of the fleeing men had been found. — o - ■ - ■■ — PICTURES. SOUVENIRS, POST CARDS. A below-cost sale of a varied ami artistic stock. I aser Decorating (Company. 7.12 Ceniral avenue. --o——-— For expert KODAK finDhlng go to Sorrella Drug Co ( 14-tl I FOR MANY YEARS IN THIS CITY WAS PROMINENT IN LEGAL AND POLITICAL CIRCLES. Taken With Tuberculosis at Heighth of His Career, He Removed to Ari zona, Where He Spent Last Eight Years. Judge diaries V. Teague, who was tor man ye years in Hot Springs one of its most conspicuous figures, hied yesterday at Tucson, Ari/.., to which city he had removed eight. y ars ago when he developed tuberculosis trou ble, which ultimately resulted in his death. Judge Teague was county judge of this county in its early history, and served four years as piosecuting at torney of tlie judicial district. In political affairs lie was always a leader, and it will bo remembered by many how his leadership for man' years kept the party together when mere w ■ re breaks in the ranks that seemed certain to divide the party here. No lawyer in Arkansas iiad a future opening up to him more than -In ige Teague at tile time ill- health begin to fail. He was liriiliant in all his law practice, hut was especially strong in the matter of the defense in criminal actions, and many believed that he had no pc r in this lin*- in the state. Mrs. Green of tiiis city, sister of ludgB Teague, was witl> the other relatives at t in- bedside when til (“lid came. No definite news iias been received here as to whuner the re mains will lie .-cut lire for interment. PRINZ EITEL MAY INTERN CUNTINI KJi KUOil I'AliK (.INK riehens ot the l’rinz Kite, had made inquiries of 1 lie WasniuRton gov rn m< nt as to what protection he might expect within the three-mile limi should lie decide to atlcmjit to run the gauntlet of enemy warship sai I to h ■ a«aititiR h in. 1 aidant I n i ru hens s -,imI in i.iv taken ili• • position that hi- vessel «,i, entitled to protection from any mo lestation while within tne territorial waters of the United States, and in this view, it is understood, govern nient offieiais coneur. German Cruiser Remains in Berth Newport News. Va . Mareli l’T. The German converted i miser I’rin/. 1Cit el Krledricn was still in her • • rt ii at midnight tonight and there wa nothing to indicate nnnsnal activitv aboard the vessel. Guards patrol'ed the dock and the ship's deck as usual. it was reported. however, that invitation to a dinner aboard the Kite! which had been issu 'd for tomorrow were recalled tonight without explanation. --n 25 New ,KaM >r Suit , just received at Woodcock A- Lawson x. —-o A. L. SNEED, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Fourth Floor, Arkansas National Bard Building. —-turn-. . -i THINK FAST; This Is Your BUY QUICKLY Opportunity $3,500. “it acres on good pike, mi'est of town, with large barn and good cot tage, riHtins and hall; ;;o acres in cultivation; some fruit: plenty of woods pasture; running wat r. This is one of the best, | $2,250. No. Hi Henderson avenue, .iOxllOn, modern ti room cottage; cement walk Terms $ Pin down, balance a, agreed at S per cent. A dandy. # $d,00C Fine lot on orang- st.eet, >v 1, near Sigler Apartments, swell for fat I building. Another just like it along side. $1,200. tn acres near Tnornton Kerry road, cornering on Hull Bayou; nice place for a business man’s country villa, or fishing lodge. Let’s go see it. $3,200. Thr e good milages, modern except sewer; on lot corner Gaines and Gould: orro liarn. well, two hydrants in yard: rental $:o per month; fine investment $1,000. I 'm coloi cil, Roofl lot ;)iii| i wo c ittuROs; I well; rental $11. this up. S3.CC0. No III I’h. k Place. 2 I 3 fram<•. 1ii room apartment cost $"(,000; mod rii, on lar Harn ami Karate. \ bargain want one. $2,ii00 can run at cent. 1 room l.ook story house. «c lot. if you S imr $ 1.200. Three lots ami 3 room cottage, Hnr roiighs addition- Wq'll sot1 it to gether. Kusy terms. $8C0. inn acres pine timber land, about acres cleared, ;! room him.- , plenty springs, lit miles north. The timber worth twice as much. $2,500. Good six-room cottage, large lot, M. aim H addition, near Hanker Marsh’s beautiful residence cost over $3,500, Will make you a nice home. $600. North end, lit Urn by 113, cottage barn, well fenced, fine garden spot. Kasy terms. W. T. HAWKINS , 629< 2 Central Avenue | - ii e> ir Chiropractic Adjustment THE #AY TO GET WELL Chiropractic I* de fined by Webster at j "A system cf adjust- »• mg the joints, espe cially of the spins for the curing of (DISEASE." This science as sounts for, locate* snd removes the cause of most ell human ailments. Why not have the cause of your trou ble explained arid 'elleved from your spine. Consultation and ex amination freely ex tended to all wlth-^ out charge. ▼ I. A. WILLIAMS chiropractor Moved to 70% 1-2 CENTRAL. AVfc. ®HONE 1118. OCEAN TRIP HOT SITU NOS, AUK. —To— NEW YORK $49.82 Via Memphis and New Orleans 5 DAYS AT SEA Including meals and uerth. Also Havana and Panama Ca nal Trips. Call or phone 141. W. M. ANDERSON SECURITY BANK HOT SPRINGS SAVINGS, TRUST ! *‘ND guaranty company. A ROLL, or HONOR RANK •ulit to Withstand the Otertvt. Capital $100,000 Surplua $7S,QQA ' ~vlK’** * * * , A '*'w~nir> XAAAjLJL Thurston P. Farmer lawyer Cituana National Bank Bide. Phone 1811. THE GENERAL BLACKSMITH SHOP C. N. ANDERSON, Prop. We do anything |n the Blacksmith and Wood Work line. Rubber Tire Work a specialty. Williams’ Kidney and Liver Pills ?*.T‘ TO" -verworkr.l your nervoua avan-m trouble with your kidueya and !,v*r\ «»*• yim in loiua. aide and bf‘S? Have you a flabby apnoaram'e of the face ami under the eves' If*., vtiluams* kidney and Wer p lls For aale by all drug*!..., Prn c 50 ceutai WILLIAMS MkG. CO., Proos., Cleveland, Olilo A. C. Jennlnge, 10» Ouachita Av*nuo.