FRIOIT, MAY 14,9 A. M„ Will RE THE IN OF
DELL PORTER’S---4l6 CENTRAL AVENUE
$18,000 Stock of Summer Suits, Hats and Haberdashery j
MUST BE SOLD in the Next 21 Days__ |
A FEW FACTS FOR THE LIMELIGHT
is forced by circumstances and the public will reap the benefit.
To succeed in closing out his stock, The Life Will Be Out of Prices on every article in the store---it matters not how fresh anil new—and most
everybody in Hot Springs knows that Dell Porter carries the cleanest and most sought for line of Summer Suits, Hats and Haberdashery in the city.
Now Please Chalk This Down in Volit Memory
The most important and most timely sale in Furnishings, Summer Suits, and Hats ever held in Hot Springs
BEGINS FRIDAY. MAY 14, AT 9 A. M.
Space don't permit quoting our astounding pricings. Large Circulars with comprehensive price schedule will be left at every house
STUDY IT CAREFULLY AND DON'T FAIL TO COME
416 Central Ave. DELL PORTER 416 Central Ave.
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■ COMMIlTEt NAME
GUS STRAUSS HEADS BLUE TICK
ET AND J. A. STALLCUP HEADS
THE RED TICKET.
Business Men’s League Race Prom
ises to Be a Warm Affair as Both
Tickets Are Made Up of Most Act
ive of Our Citizens.
The Red Ticket.
For President ~J. A. Stalleup.
Vive President -Gilbert Hoyaboom
Treasurer Ralph Grover.
.Directors—M. A. Kisele, \\ iliiani
Borman, George A. t’allahan. Alli rt
Mendel, E. L. Howlett. Dr. A II. Trib
ble, Ernest Woodcock, \1 Reynolds,
Dr. T. E. Holland.
The Blue Ticket.
For President- -tius Strauss.
A'ice tpresident—L. E. Sawyer.
Treasurer—W. E ('heater,
Dirt-ctors—S. E. Dillon, K. \ .1 ties
C. Nr Rix, AW H. Ellis, Dr. W. O.
jbeK E. N Roth. I. D Goo," !’, \;
. Wt K.\. w o. rreafon.
With th* above rival ticket put n
committee J of the Busin. \1< n
/ League. tluVe .s certain to be ken
I’ ten l
t.ii'.c place bn »eeu t- pour ot - •' d
C o’clock of fyie afternoon of June 1.
Of course la whole lot of political
Hops have t<i be recorded from the
start. FOr instance, Gus Strauss of
the nominating; committee for the R*d
Ticket, plunfied into (Print yesterday
nftornrufn Try announcing that lire Red
Ticket would win, regardless of who
the Blue Ticket nominating commit
tee might name. This morning Gus
Straus* finds that lie is the hea I of
the Blue Ticket, so of course it is up
to him to call the reiportor of the aft
ernoon 1*8per what Teddy called the
nature fakirs, and proclaim over his
signature that he meant that the Blue
Ticket would win hands down.
Likewise, George A. Callahan will
have to do a little explaining among
his political following this morning,
for yesterday he was certain that the
'IPue Ticket would he a cinch, and
when he saw that lie had been no nil
naked for place among the Board ot
roverinors on the Red Ticket, lit* de
clared the Red Ticket looked pretty
strong and would very likely be tin*
winner over any the Blue Ticket noin
in at nig committee could select.
"It's great,” said President At. A
EJtsele of the Bus hobs Men's League,
yesterday. when he heard of the ri
valry. "There never was a time when
we needed more active men at the
helm of our single commercial body,
and now we find the best of the citi
r.enship fighting for place there. 1
see Ihnt 1 am scheduled for a ipiaee
on the Board of Governors by the
Red Ticket committee, and probably
that hinds me to its support, hut re
gardless of which wins, I can si c
where the iLoacue will win by start
ing off under the new constitution
with a spirit of rivalry as to who
shall accept the burdens of public af
fairs. It looks great to me,”
Homy* Williams, Gus Strauss and
Arthur Katz nominated the Red Tick
et and George A. Pa'lahan, William
Borman and Harry A. Jones nominat
ed the Blue Ticket.
Callahan Finds an Issue.
An issue ]i<ts already been project
ed into the race. George Callahan
proposes that one live issue shall he
GERMANS SHELLING THE RUSSIANS
This photograph of a German battery shelling a force of Russians was
taken not far from Lodz. Russian Roland.
a pledge to be exacted from candi
dates to stand firmly for the Publi
cation each month of a complete fi
nancial summary of the Business
Men’s League. Tie does not offer this
issue ii a critical spiiit, but believes
that it will go a long ways towards
shutting off some of the criticism di
rected to the institution, lie said yes
"One of the greatest troubles with
all of our quasi public institutions is
tint they are iu,t frank enough with
the public ! do not say this in a
critical way or to cast reflection on
any individual, but 1 do say that the
Business Men's League would enjoy
more of tli<* confidence of the people
if every month there were a financial
statement read before the meetings
slid i ubllshed. show ing in all essen
tial detail where the money of the
people was being expended.
"II is not an Indictment of wrong
to demand this, It does not carry
that the people believe anybody is
getting one cent more from the insti
tution than s due under contract. But
it puts before the people the d-tail
of the business In which Lie are in
"Also there is this other side to the
pan, for it the monev is w. y ex
pi tiled.l Mild completely exposed to
ipUtdicity, then the cry oi the elit e is
1, 'shid and it can not be haudlp I
about in Insinuation that the commer
cial organization is unworthy of sup
1 believe in publicly. 1 was a sup
porter of the 'publicity act tliat was
adopted by the tpeople (though defeat
ed in tlie supreme court) which re
quires all public officers to publish a
financial statement at regular inter
vals. I have faith n our ublic othi
cers. but I haven't the time to go
over their affairs, and if the\ publish
<tn account of their stewardship, 1 will
have my attention called to it. and
scan it, and then I am prc tarod to
know that they arc handling the trust
placed in them in a capable and effi
"We have got to have a live com
mercial organization in Hot Springs.
The men who accept nomination on
either ticket at this time w:l! lie as
suming a public burden of dead
weight. It will take live, enthusiastic
men to put vim into public move
ments again. 1 believe we have that
kind of men in Hot Springs, and 1 be
lieve that we can find men who will
l»e acre; ted as leaders, and who will
have the strong hacking and endorse
ment of the people at large.
"I am gravely Interested in this
movement. We have hut a single
commercial body. It must do the work
- -or we must do the work through it
We talk of getting together, but we
fellow citizens stem a backwater tide,
and get things moving ahead again.
*‘I know that we have the best re
sort in the world 1 know that the only
rival resorts of this Hot Springs of
Arkansas ore those of the old world.
Certainly there are none here in this
country its equal. The resorts of the
old world are out of commission and
may he for years It is our opportu
nity. We must improve it, and it' we
do, our property values will return to
a high maximum, and our business
lines will grow, an I we will again en
joy a proa; eritv that our people are en
titled to receive,
NO CONTEST BY REFEREE
New York, May 12. The tea
round match here tonight between
Oeorge Chip, of New Castle, Pa., and
.Jimmy dabby, of Hammond, Ind.,
middle .weights, was declared "no
contest" by Referee Hilly Roche, in
the eighth round when he ordered
the men to their corners tod stopped
tue bout on the ground that the box
eis were not trying. The bout had
been laihei a tame aftair with hon
ors on points about even.
Houston, Texas May 12. -S.lt-riff J.
II Frank of Caldwell lountt was as
sassinated at Lot ..hart tonight while
on his way front the court house to
the county jail by an unidentified
person. Two loads of buckshot took
effect in the back kof his head and
death was nslantaneous. No clew to
the slayer was found.
Alltout two months ago Sheriff
Frank killed City .Marshal John ('.
Smith in the court room at Lockhart,
hut the grand jury failed to indict
RIVERS DEFEATS THORPE.
Kansas City, May 12.- loo Rivers
won the decision over "Fighting”
Thorpe of Kansas City, in a ten
round bout here tonight. The Dos
Angeles ligntwetght outfought
Thorpe in every round. Rivers will
meet Johnny Griffith at OK run. Ohio,
Best Thing for a Bilious Attack.
"On nocount of my confinement in
the printing office I have for year*
been a chronic sufferer from indiges
tion and liver trouble A few weeks
ago I had an attaack that was so se
vere that 1 was not able to go to th>
case for two duvs Failing to get
any reMef from any other treatment
I took three' of Chamberla n’s Tab
lets and the next day 1 fe t like a now
nun," writes H. C. Hailey. Kdltor
Carolina N«w«, Chapin, it C. D da li
able every where.
TO KEEP FLEET
ON ATLANTIC COAST
|PLAN TO MAKE TRIP THROUGH
THE PAN/AMA CANAL PRAC
Washington, i\1 ay 12 -While Secte
taty Daniels said tonight that he had
not finally determined to abandon
plans for sending the Atlantic fleet
through the Panama canal next month
to San Francisco, it now is regarded
in official circles as very certain tha! j
the fleet will he kept on the Atlanli
Mr. Daniels had a further confer
ence during the day with Certain
Hugh Hodman, marine superintend
ent of file canal, who told him that al
though it vessel drawing HO feet of
water could he towed through the
waterway at this time, the canal was
only being used by day and dredging
was going on steadily every night.
Major Oeneral (loethals talked with
the secretary yesterday end it is un
derstood advised that while it will he
lK>ssfl)le to put the battleships
through now, he could give no assur
ances of what conditions would lie in
June and cent Id not promise that the
tleet once through would not have its
return blocked by new slides.
For Real Enjoyment.
Get nut ot yourself, and fling your
self Into tlie service of someone
else —The Bishop of London.
Our “JITNEY” Offer—This and 5c.
Don’t mi-s th.5. Cut out this slip,
enclose with 5c to Foley & Co.. Chi
cago, III., dritlng your name and ad
dress clearly. You will receive in re
turn a trial package containing
Foley’s Honey and Tor Compound,
for coughs, ootds and croirp; Filey
Kidney Fills, for pnins in sides and
buck, rheumatism, backache, kidney
and bladder ailments; and Foley Ca
thartic Tablets, o wholesome and
thoroughly cleansing cathartic. Stout
jteople enjoy them.
“When my daughter had whooping
cough she coughed so hard at one
time that she had hemorrhage of the
lungs. I was terribly alarmed about
her condition. Seeing Ch.up:>cr aln's
Cough Henved.v so liiglwv recom
mended, 1 got licr a bottle and it re
lieved the cough at on. e Before »hu
had finisher two bottb of thiV rem
edy .-he w i si ! rely well," Viil
Mrs S F. Grimes, Crook a\, lie, Jphw
Obtainable everyyw here. m
Now modern family hotel located on one of the highest points of
Prospect avenue—the most attractive part of the city. Commands
a beautiful view of Hot Springs. Large porches made pleasant by
continuous cool breezes from the mountains. Only three blocks
from the heart of the city. Interior beautifully decorated. At
tractive music room, delightfully cool breakfast and dining
room. All bed rooms are outside rooms, well ventilated and nicely
furnished throughout. Hot and cold water baths on each floor,
•lust such a place as you imagaine an ideal home tube.
Phase Call ami Investigate.
444 PROSPECT AVE. PHONE 228.",.
THE HORSE SHOE BATH HOUSE
On Hot Spring* Re**rvatlnn.
«1 BATHS .... BB.BB
Including Attendant Fear.
9HC OF THE BEST MEDIUM
PRICED HOUSES IN THE CITY
ED S. WEAVER, Manager.
The only Genuine Keeley Institute tn
' For LIQUOR
and DRUG USING.
Our patients ham tha advantaca of tka
lint Hprlugs Paths Correepotidanaa asa
• Talaphone 228.
DR. J. C. WHITACRE. MANAGER.
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