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BUSINESS MEN S LEAGUE
(Election Held 2 to 6 p. m. Tuesday.
THE RED TICKET.
For President—-J. A. Stallcup.
Vice President—Gilbert Hog a boom
Hoard of Governors—M. A. Elsele,
William Borman, George A. Callahan,
Albert Mendel, E. L. Howlett, Dr. A.
H. Tribble, Ernest Woodcock, A1 Rey
nolds, Dr. T. E Holland.
th#: blue ticket.
For Ppmident—(Gits StrausR.
’ President—Tv. E. Sawyer.
Treasurer—IW. E. Chester.
Hoard of Governors—R. A. .Tones.
C. N. Rlx, W. H. Hills, Dr. W. O
Forbes, E. N. Roth. L. D. Cooper, Ar
thnr Katz, W. O. (’reason, Henry 0>v
WHERE PREACHERS SPLIT.
Ministers are finding texts for liieir
sermons applicable to the present war
situation, and are commenting em
Phutically on what should or should
not be done. At Little Rock a Chris
tian minister proclaimed Sunday:
‘‘We are fortunate in having a pres
ident and a secretary of state who
are committed to a policy of peace,
but who are capable of maintaining
the dignity of our government.”
Over at the Vniversalist church in
the Bnme city, another divine messen
ger was telling his flock that Ger
many’s position was right, and that
for this country to go Into war be
cause of the Lusitania incident would
be "foolish and barbarous," and prob
ably was because there was a Van
derbilt aboard who happened to be
ALSO Aly0„ carpet out your own bible
CONCER ad up am' take your pick
HE VERY SMALL BARK.
•d from Little Rock and signed
[ Knoll (Wlioever be may be) is
g sent out communications to the
s of the state showing that the
ort made by Viscount dames Bryce
i German atrocities, is untrue.
The Little Rock letter begins by
B\V fsaying that the Bryce report is mere
'OSD ly an old story in new form, and adds
be? that it is “unbelievable.”
n1 James Bryce was selected to make
an Investigation of this sort because
he was a big man worthy of belief.
In national affairs he was the type cf
man the late Judge IT. M. Rose was
He was that kind of a lawyer. And
when James Bryce set forth condi
tions, he knew well what his case wcs
supported by in the evidence Ignor
ance alone disputes the report
14 l .nt is unfortunat that out of Little
ltoa|>jlok. and from some unknown man,
^^bJtoquainted with the situation, and
incompetent to -Ti* Jhy^waT** jbdge,
shoulw cor.e such a blunt dispute of
a worl done by James Bryce
Of fcourse the press of Arkansas
will discard the thousands of circu
lar letters. They will go to the waste
basket.! Arkansas newspaper editors
are unTImely to feel other that a bln -h
of sliami that Viscount Bryce is giv
en the liVby the bark of some little
unknown lfrom the hedge.
Of course the calendar slipped un
der the conditions and the surround
If you predicted It would happen on
a cold day In May, It had its day yes
At any rate It demonstrates that
tho safe-blowers haven’t a corner tn
the nerve game.
"Uttle Bock 21, Montgomery 1”
reads the score. Some Travellers
when they get to travelling
Hames shoved Teddy Into the An
anlaa Chill without even apply lug
that shorter and uglier woid.
The German nH worker In an <>k
tahotft* »«l field who shouted glory
that th« laisltanla was sunk, and
came near b**lt»g lynched t*nly t>rov«td
Oklahoma Is another bud state in
which to voire unpatriotic sentiment.
Hot Springs must inject a little en
thusiasm Into this resort game or
Its percentage will never be main
Mow about your making a cam
paign for either the lllue Ticket or
ttie Red Ticket and making it a win
Mut all of which is merely deferring
that time when the B. V. 1> will more
than claim its own.
Following closely the war game is
not going to pay the rents on Control
avenue. Let’s d>vt!e our enthusiasm
over work for this resort.
The base hall outlook is not nearly
so Interesting ns it was this time last
year when the Dardanelles were
known only to the college professors.
In Pennsylvania they poured gal
lons of water into a man anil saved
him from snake bite. These modern
methods are becoming worse and
The presidential injunction to keep
cool was generally observed in these
parts yesterday particularly by those
who had prepared for the BUmni'T
Socialists In Little Mock want to
have the city council sue the gas com
puny because the Red River rendered
the mains unfit for use. Why not
make Red River the defendant In the
suit? And let the gas company Join
Frost Warnings Issued by the Govern
ment Weather Bureau.
^Vasnington, Ray 17—Abnormally
cold weather prevailed tonight
throughout the entire country except
in the gulf states, with temperatures
20 degrees below the season average
in the upper lake region and the Da
A storm in the east, one or two dis
turbances said to be responsible for
ltie unsettled conditions and low tem
peratures was reported passing off
into tlie Atlantic, and the one in the
west to be moving eastward.
Frost warnings were issued tonight
for the northwest states, except Mon
tana. and for the great centra] valleys
except the lower Mississippi, for t.ie
lake region and the central portions
of the east mountain districts.
VILLA AND MADEROS
ARE STILL FHIENDS
San Antonio. May 17.—Guntner
l/esslng, well known lawyer of Mex
ico City and personal friend of Ma
deros and Villa, no where. t< night re
ceived a message from Gabriel Ma
dero, brother of the late president,
asking him to deny through the As
sociated I’ress the reported break be
tween Villa and the Madero family.
"There have been no differences be
tween the Maderos and General
Villa," said Mr. Lessing, “and having
just come from Mexico and conferred
with Villa and tne Maderos, I am In
a position to know whereof I speak."
THREE BURNED TO DEATH.
Rrumrlght, Okla., May 17.—Geneva
Hilton, 28 years oid, and Rachel Had
dock, 17, were burned to death, and
Fred Hahn of Cleveland, Okla., was
seriously burned near here early to
day when the automobile in which the
three were riding set fire to a pool
of oil seepage. They drove into the
oil pool In the darkness.
Lame liack Is usually due to rheu
matism of the muscles of the hack.
Hard working people are most like v
to suffer from it. Relief may be had
by massaging the back with ('ham
berlain's Liniment two or three times
a day. Try it. Obtainable every
FIRE ABOARD JAPANESE
VESSEL AT SEA
Tokio, May 18.—A wireless dtapatch
received early this morning says that
fire oil board the steamer C'hlyo M.iru
whirh broke out Sunday afternoon, has
been extingulsiied. It was c nfined to
a small section of cotton cargo.
The first new* of the lire was re
ceived from the Pacific me'* rteame.
Mongolia, which said that she had re
calved a wireless call for help from
the Ohiyo Maru. While hurrying to
the assistance of the c’hlyo Maru th ■
Mongolia received word that the fire
"V\lieu my daughter had whooping
cough she coughed so hard at one
time that she had hemorrhage of the
I’huts | terribly alarmed about
her condition. Seeing c'liam'-er'aln's
Cough Remedy so highly recom
mended, 1 got her a bolile and It re
lieved the cough at once (irfore she
htd ftnlatier two bottle* of thl* rem
edy she was entirely well," write*
Mrs S P Ur linos, (Uonksvlll* Ohk>
Obtainable ever** here.
All the Effectiveness, Not the Effect
Liv-Ver-Lax is one of the most irn
portatu medical discoveries of recent
years. For a long time medical ex
perts, realizing the harmful effects of
calomel, have been striving to find a
liver cleanser that would be just as
effective as calomel, and yet he abso
lutely harmless iti its action. Re
cently this remedy was actually put
forth by U K. Grigsby, in his Liv-Ver
Liv-Ver-Lax is a harmless vegetal) e
compound, designed solely for tin
treatment of liver complaints. The
immediate favor it has met in thou
sands of homes is proof positive of
its real value.
If you feel worn out, tongue coat
ed, and skin sallow, don't delay until
it becomes dangerous, nip the trouble
in the bud with Liv-Ver-Lax. Insist
on tile genuine, hearing the signature
and likeness of L. K. Grigsby, waicli
is guaranteed to give satisfaction or
*i 1 ■_ , —
MRS. H. JERWICK’S
nn htiks jeptk
236 Prospect Ave. Telephone 1589
Very central location—One lolick
of lieitli House Row.
Hot and cold 'water In rooms At
tractive Hii-n parlor. Hath on every
Take bus to hotel and have fare
Newly furnished. Hot and cold run
ning water in every room. All out
side rooms. On car Hue. Bath house
across the »treet.
Rates for Rooms—$2.50 per week and
up. Room and Board, $1.00 per
day and up. Home Cooking,
GEORGE L. BEAN, Proprietor
425 1-2 Ouachita Ave.
Take Cooper’s Bus at D pot.
Largest and Best Equipped Brick
Apartments In the City.
MR8. E. M. SHRIMPLIN, Prop.
Hot and Cold Running Water, Steaw
Heat, Electricity and Gas la
Sleeping Rooms Summer Rates
924 PROSPECT AVENUE.
Two Blocks From Bath House Row.
Phone 989. 133 Chapel 8L
THE HOME HOTEL
Near Bath House, Post OfflcA, Depot,
Street Car Line and Bank*. Bte*ns
Heat. Ail Outside Room*.
Home Cooking. Home Servlc*.
Rates: Room and Board, $7 week, $25
My Boarders Are My Drummer*.
A. A. McCULLOUGH, Manager,
2 AND 3 ROOM APARTMENTS
Modern Improvements; Strictly First
Class Accommodations. Separate Bed
Rooms. Hot and Cold Running Water.
INSPECT THE QUELLA
MRS. vV. j. HUTSELL, Prop.
308 PARK AVE. PHONE 1023
ED 8 MOONEY TRANSFER CO.
Have Just completed their big eon
erete warwnouas, which is do* upas
WE 8T0R8 EVERYTHIN#.
OftlM IU Tel. i/7>
CONCRETE, FIRE PROOF
STORAGE WARE HOUSE
BUILT WITH A SPECIAL VIEW
TO GIVE PROTECTION
16,000 SQUARE FEET FLOOR
We store everything—Furniture, CoF
ton, all kinds of goods, at very
R. MURRAY TRANSFER CO.
PHONES 82 and 48.
JAMES^ L. GRAHAM
NOTARY PUBLIC and PUBLIC BTBNB
GRAPHER IN OFFICE.
Practices In All th« huts and Federal
orrira. m* t-i ckntrai, ivm
•aen««, Off Irr t as i Prai aenee f ASA
Will m»k* (h.mion (ft 1»I5 ;,t llo«
>'l| II ‘>1 ' '< k • l Ml I . * 1 .1
from i'ml of ikul-ijtwii/.ur llu*.
PHONK I V
The MAJESTIC HOTEL and BATH HOUSE;
^ — -H. A. JOiNiES IWANAGER= - 1
TEE! MOST MODEBET ETOTE33L. IUST ETOT SEILXKTO-S
*00 ROOMS WITH HOT AND
COLD RUNNING WATER
AND TELEPHONE. FIFTY
ROOMS WITH PRIVAT f
BATHS AND TOILETS.
Rates *2.50 to $4.00
Pits Day, America* PUiu
SPECIAL RATES BY THE
WEEK AND TO FAMILIES
Operated under the auth
ority of the U. S. Govern
ment. Equipped with the
most modern facilities for
the proper administration of
Hot Radio-active water
direct from the Hot Springs
Have Cooper Bros.' Agent
check your baggage a*d
take bus to hotel.
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BMW III'I IP"!—lii"'l IH'T' THfflM-r iT r T|T ~ll*IF"> -*l AKRIWH-nWOKAM
114*1X9 CHAPEL STREET
2 Blocks From Railroad Station# 1
t Blocks From Banks and Postofflc#
f Blocks From Bath House Row
See*. Inspect This New Modern Hotel
American Plan «• $10 to $15 Per Week
European % 4 and up Per Week
Ciwk *»<*»*« with Cooper a T-an»fer Agent on train. Take Qai
flage trout Rallroead Station *o the New Townsend Hotel. Carriage at
b»» i area ref unity* to all guea.t making weekly engagement*.
4. A. TOWNSEND. Prop.
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l Yimuntiw-rMr ra.
THE HALE BATHS
are unexcelled anywhere on this continent. The bathhouse has been
completely rebuilt, under the supervision of the United States gov
ernment. The latest and most sanitary fixtures are used through
out, affording bathers the superlative degree of benefit and com
fort. Comfortable and sunny lounging and silling rooms add to the
pleasure of the guests.
A Full course of 21 baths for . $10 00
R. A. ("Peg”) William*, Prop.
332 Quapaw Ave. Phone 1011
Modern, clean. Location ideal. Close
to bath houses and business center.
Kverythlng furnished for light
2 room apartments and 3 or 1 room
apartments, with private bath and toi
let, especially adapted for permanent
tenants. Steam Heat and Running Wa
ter in All Apartments,
Board can he arranged tor at reas
onable rates. Those sick or alone'giv
en special attention. Single bedrooms
for local clerks, or visitor*, at re
Come and Inspect berore locating.
Opposite Majestic Hotel.
American or European.
American Plan .$9.00 to $12.00
European Plan ...$3.00 to $7.00
First class housekeeping suites In
connection. Steam heat, hot water
etc. Convenient to two bath houses.
Phone 1570. Mrs. M. D. Brady, Prop.
• ■" rv.;, aem
116 Carlton Terrace—Phon* 178S
Strictly modern light housekeeping
suites, every convenience furnished.
$3 to $5 PER WEEK SUITE
Furnace heat, running water In
rooms. No dust of noise.
«t. H. MULLERY. Fro*rleter
HEFFERNAN SISTERS. Prtio*.
Clean, eomfortabl* room*. g«a h**« i»
«r*ry room, with goixl tab!* lioaoj; half
Mock from hath hou»«*.
•7.0* PER WEEK AND J»
It MIX* w'tbeJ* boar*. *7 «* i ll Mb
210 Central Ave.
tTila Ilf* of our* is vviy uncwrtal*
If youi ho** I* inortgagud, »r*
U yon are married. yrrd*«» yo»’
• lfe and children.
If you are single protect your old
(*y* --In <ai»* you live to them
Yon ran do tut* by Insuring today
Tb# Mutual Lfe lisora rcr C
•t Nrw York
VHO«. O. MeCALMiW,
Ol*t lei Manager.
Pn*o** MM sod MI
825 1-2 Central Ave. Phone 156?
Steam Hoat, Hot and Cold Running
Water In Every Room.
ROOMS, $2.00 PER WEEK AND UP
Take bus to hotel to have fare re
funded. One block from Bath House
Row, Depots and Postoffice. K. of
P.’s will find a warm welcome.
J. P. PERRY, Prop,
*21 Pleasant Street.
One Block East rl Rock Island Depot,
Postofflct, and Theater.
BOARD AND ROOM, *5 PER WEEK.
FURNISHED ROOMS, $1 PER WEEK
HOME COOKING. PHONE KW.
Have Cooper s Agent Check Your
BEFORE LOG AT INC CALL AT
ftrftk Building, *t adorn llrht horae
keeping Sullen; also tingle rooms
with running water. Ideal location
HA T E5 REASONABLE—GAS IN
CLUDED FOR COOKING.
Two block to Depot* nad Bath Honsws
117 CHAPEL ST. RHONE •»?
MRS. CHAS. BAKER, Mgr.
THE GK/Utt "
«(» SPRING STREET.
Rooms $1.50 and Up Per W**R
Housekeeping Apartments II Per W«#F
One block north of Kook Island dope!
YWotricUv ami aas for heat and cooking
MRS. R. Bl.NNIE, nee E. GEARY
Owner end Proprietress
New Orleans Hotel
327 12 MALVERN AVENUE.
Furnished Outside Rootc*.
*2 AND $3 PF R WCEK
CaII and ••* for yoursel/
L. E. A SB A HR, Meager.
SMMMHNnMM n ~ it i in n iiimin 11 MiiiifrTWiiiiiiriiwiMBMM—n
if MOTEL Freedom and Convenience*.
HOME Comfort and Fellowship.
•THE - KNICKERBOCKER
£“HOUSE OF WELCOME."
$ Vheleeat BOUTHEhN Hospitality and Management.
3a«A NORTHERN Appointment* and Construction,
? t^.’-ieJIV" Bert Parlor and Out Door Rest Room.
Convert‘am to Baths. Theatre *. Churches, Stores, 0ta,
3«p*Im' Screesalons to Couple* or by the VVe’'88, M
MR*. B W. LAUHER, Prop. 1
I Phone 185 228 PROSPECT AVE.
I NEW MICK BUILDINO—UP-TO-DATE—NEW FURNITURE.
THE NEW LEON HOTEL
• Now Open. Bummer Rates, $3.00 to $5.00 per week.
Boe-baJf fcioek <rf Beth Hous* Row. Modern hot *n* euld water ta itM N
roem A lei* free bathe ■
Fer the next 8 days I will glv e special rates. If
*11 1-1 CENTRAL AVE. R. J. MURPHY, Prsp. I
THE LAMAR HOTEr
tYermerly Iknmo A Pa.rker.ft AMeiiean and Wuropea■,
fl««m Board—$1.5® Per Day. Room* *2.0® Per Wtik and Up.
w ,.?T.orty rooms, newly furnished up-to-date and modtrn, flre-prool
ml ■team beat, alertrlo llgir* Table supplied with frssh vegetables and -
milk from dairy farm. Corns and stop on© day and as© for yoursslw. Centred)*
•seated, next dooT to bath house. Bperlal rate* by week or mouth.
Elegantly furnished rooma fox families singl© or sn suite.
**4-ai2 OUACHITA AVE. MRS. GEORGE WATTI, Preprtstroaa.
Take Bus at Depot. Pars Refunded at Hotel.
I THE EDDY HOTEL
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN.
LOCATION—CENTER OF CITY, OPPOSITE THl. BATKS,
| AmaHcal Rates* $10.00 to $12.00 Per Week.
4 European Rates: $6.00 and hr per west*.
Btaum Heat, Hot and Cold Water In all Room*
HOUSEKEEPING APARTMENTS In Suite* of 2 ant I
■h’ all aomyletely furnished for housekeeping.
JtATEa—$5.00 to $10.00 PER WEEK,
Exclusive Agency HUYLER'S CANDY.
. BATH OUTFITS .
! $1.50 '* !
k ^ 7
“ ROBE . 8
>. PAIR TOWELS .....50 *
3 SLIPPERS .. 50 2
MITT . FREE 8
* CAKE SOAP . FREE
COMPLETE . »1.50 5
8 We have Hath Outfita suy IT lew Dealred r
I Lemly’s Drug Store ;
Visitors Prescriptions a Specialty 5
364 Central Ate. Hot Springs, Ark.
Pr««h Shipment HU* LIN'S CANDY Received Deity 1
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