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A Footnote of Fashion
able Foolery One of the most approved of the advance Spring styles—Is this boa tifnl all White K.d Boot—It U characterized by ex treme slnrpllc ty, depending for dt8tincti.cn upon ulrra—graceful lines and delicately m deled contours— AS PICTURED Sizes 1 1-2 to 8—A.A.A. lo 1). $6.00 Kempner’s The Shoe Store Ahead. Expert Chiropodist in atten dance. m SS555555—=~ — We nave m operation a circulating system throughout out plant, which bvente a f'y from lighting. The Paa [rlzed Vilk Co. 8-11-tf ETE AND JIM Serve Hot Chili rng hot and well seas med. The est Chili ever served here. HOT LUNCH OUR SPECIALTY Call at Our New Place. Central Avc. Sumpter-Little Bldg. CITY FEW ON FOR BIO l UNIAL LOCAL INTERESTS INTEND TO LOSE NO TIME GETTING READY FOR MEETING. Mrs. Clio Harper, of Little Rock, Ad dresses Hot Springs Members, Uig Ing Greatest Cooperation Possible. The City Federation of Women's clubs held a very intn.vstiag meeting in the parlor o# the Kniglhts of Py thias ledge yesterday aftcriwon which will he the lirst of many important meetings that w ill have direct bearing on the great biennial of the General Federation or Women's Clubs in Hot S, rings next year. A brief business session was held, after which M.-s. Clio Harper, presi dent of the Little Rock district, and one of the dire; rs of the biennial heard, w is introd ced by Mrs. Avery, president oi' the local feedration. Mrs. Harper’s address was '. toned to with much attention. The keynote Of her talk was co-operation, not alone by the dull women of Hot Springs but. thr ugh the c ty federation here, a manifestation of harmony and unity of ,-pirit that will make for the great est biennial in the history f the cluk women of the enerai federation. Mrs. Harper reviewed with pardon able pride the good wo k of the c-i.y federation In Little Rock. She pointed out the possibilities of the local fed oration doing a wonderful work. The Hot Springs members had an oppor t unity to make a record, which they should take advantage of aiul be eon stautly at work 1. r the great Wien nial. Airs. Re-in. another prominent member of iho general , 'federation board, also addressed the meeting, re ferring to the offer of the editors oi the general federation magazine to a sist in awakening Interest in the b!e i iral hv receiving f;om Secretary Walter M. Kbi t, *’f lie Business Men'. League, a • age of copy with pictures, for each Isft’ue from now until the convention meets. Mrs. Retan sug gested that every club iionwn n the Rtatd Ihcuid show her appreciation —it.__ - -=~u. ' To You Who Want to Buy ‘ ^DIAMONDS Hero arc three important facts we w sh t > in re«s iiule'ih’> upon your mind. 1— Jaccard s collection is superb. 2— Jaccard's quality is supreme. 3— Jaccard’s price is very moderate. We invite you to see the 1 eautili’l .1 -w* is ’v(. an n w o i'e iiig anti fee! assured the values will please you. ACCARD’ Branch 502 Central Ave. -IF YOUR NEIGHBOR j HAS ELECTRIC LIGHTS -o* And you have not, just step into his home some evening after dark and compare its light with your own. Study each point of convenience, cleanliness, safety, economy, beauty, then figure out for yourself if it would not pay 5 you to have your own houses wired for electric light NOW. See us about special wiring plan. I Citizens Electric Co. Buy in Hot Springs I J / of flic national organ by being a sub scriber to this valuable publiratK-n. Short addresses were also made by Mrs. Jesse Harper, Mrs. Hays and .UTs, M. G. Thompson, and a coinin' tee wa-s appointed to sold, suucap tlons for tlie national magazine. OFFERS $25 REWARD FOR ANT OPPOSITION THE MERCHANTS’ ASSOCIATION MAKES BID FOR BETTER PLAN IF POSSIBLE. The Merchants’ Association yester day made an offer of a reward of $23 for a formidable opposition to the plan that is now in vogue by that institu tion for the collection of past due ac counts. The Idea was to have interest taken in the plan, that people might study it, and if there was au> opposi tion, good results could he accomp lished. It was the idea of the associa tion that its present plan of collecting old accounts should be the best in ex istence, and sonic time ago a reward of $5 was offered for a better plan than that now in vogue. No better plan was volunteered. Now the as so elation will give $25 for proof that the present plan is not better than any other that might be adopted DIED FROM COLD. Negro Boy Found a Corpse in House Far Out in the County. George Echols yesterday morning found the corpse of a negro Iwy in a small cabin far out in the county near the upper bridge of the Ouachita river. The boy hud evidently died from cold and exposure. It was re pelled that his family had deserted him after he had been il! for some time. The boy was known only as “Carl" and it was said had some time ago been employed here in the city. MERCHANT SHIPPING HAS BECOMc. MILITARY MATTER Wash'ngton, Kelt. 1.- Sailings ot American merchant vessels for t . pr hib'tted wor zone were stated offi cially at the - ate department’ to hav • become a military mat er. No Inter pretation was jjiv.-n t» indicate wlieta t-r this means that the ships wi’.l he aimed, convoyed or held in port. No final decision seems ye- to have been made, the stat - deiwrtinent express ing to s'hi.-pers the informal belief that it would be wi er to poHtpone sail'nga I r the present —-'► L*t Sorrells Drug Go look *rtfc> four KODAK finis) ine t-14-lf Vv« furnish toe only pasteurized milk •old In Hot Spring*. Tne Pa» IfturUzd Milk Co. Hl-t i - .- .— !•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦• ♦ TIME TABLES * i * % ;•♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦• Chicago, Rock !slan<! and Pacific. TRAINS DEPART 7:69 a m. dally. Mn!v< in local. i:0'i p.m. dully. New York and Chlcat limited, contracts at AP mt'hls tor a points. Hilo a m. daily, I.lttle Rock throw train connect rtK at I.lttle Rock !• Oklahom i and California. 9 •■-> n.m. daily, Malvern local. 8;0h |> tn. dally. Little IL’eK, Memphl ...a .it.iahoms. PLAINS ARRIVE !»:3'i a in daily, front Aic.i utils and LP tie Itock 9. PI a.in. dull ft uni Malt el n 3:65 n.m. dully, tiu.m Memphis. New York, i.’hietnt-' ind fill points 7:t,'. p.m. dally, from Little Rock a,w OHnhomm 8:15 u nt. dally, from Malvem. No 10. th, I '*9 win. train, ha - t>'r,intrl tte.-t sleepers to I'i-.'cuei- a t Kunsto Pity, nitrlor ra: to Jlfmi-ln#, dining ,-a from l.dtlp Rock Kk-gant '-an hi*:, Men Dili.- and Chi cake- Makes con’-ei-ilou at Memphis fot alt notr.iu No. fipt. the x n.m train ha- * tbmuKh leopcr to Meinnln . iJsn maker connection at Little Hock tor Oklahom City -- Memphis, Dallas and Gulf. TRAINS ARRIVE f':30 u.m.—Glen wood lo ul from Mt Ido, \Y triable and ( a,Ido Gap. 2 p.m.- Ilo' spriacrt I.baited from Texas. Louisiana and Oklahou a. TRAINS DEPART. 10:20 a.m. Murfreesboro lo ul for Mt Ida, Amity and Shawruut. 3:25 pm Texarkana Limited for Texas. Louisiana and Oklahoma. Iron Mountain Route TRAINS DEPART. 6::5 it ill.- No v.l i.i Lillie Ro U. bt Lnu.- and Ttvis points 1: 52 n.m.—Ko .> to UttUt Rock Mo;m.111. I'aidur ear u .. iliilei lt(> Splines to Memphis S 10 p.m -S’.. |i St tea. . • 11 n t Siuiui:. Special, in Lit tl* Ruck. M. Id S* t.ni'is nlul tflii luo. Tim‘a n (Iv.iwinK ioo-ii xieepinu car to Chaaao via Wu’wl i Railway. Tit YIN'S ARRIVE P:'t5a nt. No 17, Hot Spr’nvs S •« liul trem (bunco. St. Loris, YE niph'.i and Little Hoik. 3:05 p.m.—No. IIP. fi.e.n M. .tii.lilx. Lit 'Ip Rock l-i 11 nr ir end di"rr, 9''tii p.m.--No. Kr... fj.pp St. I.otiia am) '.ittlp PncU 5 A W «l ^ ~Ta- Irljp'ip ^ j SEMEDb'mM ANl AT DRUtiOlSTS ORT.'i ,/U -J0V Ui e * ‘ S*| f«0,iPtAK'T!:N M HENRY31 uMlWK | -*'«tWAR5 Q» , ' -NTtQ. 1JT 2J x m I Monday Morning Feb. 5th Feb. 5th AT 9 AT 9 O’CLOCK O’CLOCK “HYGENO” Steel Carpet Sweepers, Worth $3 Each See the j A Wonderful Bargain BIG WINDOW--:—;— niCDl AV You will be sure to admit that this is a wonderful bargain. You will lllul LA I wonder how it is possible to secure such splendid sweepers to sell at such a low —- -price. It is merely another demonstration to give our patrons the advantage Only one sold to each of every special purchase we make, having secured 100 of these sweepers from customer. one of the largest manufacturers in the country at an exceedingly low price as None sold before the a big special sale feature offering, $3.00 won’t buy a better sweeper. Made of ,p.sa^e n steel; light in weight, but very strong—a sanitary sweeper which harbors no ° beacceted8 W1 germs. Far superior in every way to the old fashioned wooden sweeper with None sent C 0*. D. its £erm collecting attributes. The HYGENO sweepers are handsome, hav None delivered. ing beautiful mahogany baked enamel finish and nickle trimmings. None Chaiged. Don’t Fail to See Them on Display in Our Window. ^ Judging from the interest being manifested in the display and the comments on the very low Be. nhRt price of only 98 cen s. there will be a big crowd here sure. Remember only 10u of these Sweepers in CN TIME this sale and if you appreciate a big bargain and want to obtain your sweeper it is essential that you ' be here promptly at 9 o'clock Wednesday morning., Positively nore sold before this time At 93c , they’ll go like hot cakes. No phone orders and none sent C- O. D, H. FELLHEIMER 404 Central Avenue EFFORTS MADE TO DESTROY INTERNED GERMAN STEAMER Boston. Mbss.. Fell. T The North Cii-rnian-Lloyd liner Kronprinzessin Cecilie, which win seized by United Sta.es Marshal Mitchell on n civil process tonight, was found to he crippl' d beyond possibility of early usefulness, according to an official who assisted in the seizure. The oner's boilers wire -aid to have been (leaved of all water, the fires were buruing at top capacity and coun.less calves in the engine room had been mutilated, transferred or removed en tirely. this official stated. GERMAN STEAMERS SEIZED, 1 H’lania. Feb. T -- Four Haumurg American line at'amships which have i een in Cristobal harbor were seized this afternoon by the Canal Zone au thorities. Night harbor traffic at Cristobal lias bet n stopped. GERMANS AT BROWNSVILLE MAKE DEMONSTRATION Brownsville. Texas. F> c • There was a small demonstration by German sympathizers in Matainoios. Mexico, opposite here, tonight when a report iroiu Mexiio City was published that Ce rmany had declared war u'-’ainst th" I United States. A small crowd parad I mi the .streets shouting "Vive Ah net | ciu" (long live Germany). Unusually heavy guards we re thrown around the Uni ed States ar senal at Harlingen, Texas, tonight on ; instructions from the war depurl ment. BATTERIES l\l HAMPTON ROADS ARE MANNEl Xorfolk, Yu., Fob :j.—The ha Urles .<t Fort Wool, in Hampton I toads were manned tonight by artillerymen from Fort Monroe. In time of pea e only a few men are kept on duty at Fori Wool. Strangers have been aired frou line reserva Iona at Fort Monroe an guards are maintained at all the ai proa* lies to the fort and at the ha torie.s and government whurve GERMAN AUXILIARY CRUISERS SEIZE Philadelphia, Feb. ; The Gemini auxiliary cruisers Kronpriuz Willi* In end i‘rin/. Kite.l Friedrich, int u ned u the Philadelphia navy yard, wer seized by order of the na>;. dejiar ment early tonight and tin ir nav: imprisoned in an isolation barrack*. To The Voters Of Hot Springs* 1 AM FOR THE COMMISSION FORM OF GOVERNMENT AND ] Will. DO ALL IN MY DO WEI! AS YOE1* MAYOR TO HAVE IT ADOPT KD FCii HOT SPRINGS. In ioff nici' i. tie ir.iiincia; part of the city. I desire to say. that 1 have I devised a plan by whi. h, 1 eon succostully finance Ihis ei v. and I assure you. that the $ loo,tiny now in the treasury, that was recently borrowed by the preesnt administration, .'ill be protected by me, and WILL NOT b< e.\ ravagantly expended I will NOT make any changes in thi Fire Department, 1ml I will strengthen its ei fluency > buying two new auto fire trucks one to be placed at the end ot Malvern avenue. tlnd the other on Park uvemi. , I will appoint some good reliable ,nan as Chief of Police who will employ patrolmen because of their EFFICIENCY and NOT because of theii political affiliation. I am ABSOLI TE1.V OPPOSED t0 an) ordinance that IMPOSES A M REE I’ I \.\l.i the ooo It .and 1 will VETO anv ordinance passed by the eit council that does not effect A EE the PEOPI.E I'Ql'Al.LY. My opponeu has not staled what )u, would do in the event he is sleet ed. but l suppose he intends to make the SAME KIND of a mayor, that he : d‘d aefore. and It Ihis is true. I do |j<,t see how ally good citizen eOuld ai rd t i vote for h in. The ONLY WAY TO judge my opponents c.iiicial anility is ;o turn to bis PAST RECORD AS MAN DR of this city, and when you do. you will find an administration of LAW LESSN that Aas \KVER EtjCALJ.KD in the history of any civilized community. ID VOC WANT THE SAME nSCrBACiEl FE CONDITION TO EXIST HERE, THAT EXISTED BEFORE WHEN MR. HEEDING W VS MAYOR OR DO YOI WANT A GOOD CLEAN RFKINKSS ADMINISTRATION- ’ \ VSWKR THIS QUESTION BY YORK VOTE ON FERRE AR V 13TH R. B SIGMAN, Candidate for Vfny(», I III ■ III Mivr I nvaiWUMn MMMMWmp I If I IT——11WIBB1MW—P— For Anything Lost, Strayed or Stolen [I CALL 692 ij Young and Sullivan Detective Agency All work guaranteed. Everything strictly confidential. Office open ij from 8 a m. to 12 m.; 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. Call 1621 any time at night. Have our own car and never sleep. Always on the job. YOUNG <1 SULLIVAN. I ! SICK MAN DON'T LEAVE HOT SPRINGS UNTIL YOU INVESTIGATE NO MEDICINE HAS SUCH PROOFS OF ITS MARVELOUS CURES BE CONVINCED. LOPEZ REHEDY CO. Srntf or Call *0r Our FREE BOOKLET on Blood, Skin and Private DISEASES. T Iteeley |;°r liquor * % f «n4 DRUG USING. Our patients hare the advantage at th,‘ Hot Springs baths. (lorrespoa* et:ce confidential. «1 Hark Avenue, Telephone 22*. _ Investigation Solicit#*. HUT SPRINGS. ARK.. OR, J. C. WHITACRE. Manag.r. l-Jggets 'toiueii i'lp itts lor Qanlnjt iced t.H. t’P'y ten p f)rf> )urrd only fr'm the tmriy Ho-ver lickings, which in this country if ound in hi t few if the mo-t exi'iuslvt itores. and th n at prices varying rom $2.00 to Jn.Oft a pound. Pr.ce •1 00 a po :11cl Fur sn e by H C. Mor fs Orue Co ^hoce 2t2 « iri.tf ♦ you are looking for a Cool, Enjoy able Aftemocn, go to Happy Hollow Magnesia Springs "uaic, Swings, Shade and the Coldest ' Spring WaW In City i Gal. Delivered D^| »1 00 per week Just Above sriiLn Studio. “hone Bi T. B AVIS. Mgr. ST0RA8E When you want to store household ? gooua, or crate, pacL or snip furnltun | '.'all on IRURRAY TRANSFER CO. We have thw omj fireproof **r* nouse in the city Warehouse cot* strutted with separate apartments f<* • our fuiniiura. Dr A. W. Berrow OSTEOPATH AND PHYSICIAN. Sumpter.Little Bldg,, 610 Central Av». Office hours, !) to 12 uiul 2 to o. AP poltilimoitH l»y day and nlRht. Phones: Off er 273, Residence 106.