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PAIR TOWELS .50 \ ROBE .50 I Slippers.50 ' CAKE SOAP .FREE . BATH MITTS .FREE . COMPLETE . $1.50 We Have Bath Outfits Any Price Desired. WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR HUYLER’S, MAILLARD’S MARTHA WASHINGTON CANDIES f resh Shipments Daily THESE HAVE REPUTATIONS FOR PURITY AND SWEETNESS UNSURPASSED BY ANY OTHER CANDIES. YOU CAN FIND THEM IN ANY SIZE PACKAGE YOU WANT FROM 5 CENTS UP TO THE 5 POUND BOX. A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU. The Finest Ice Cream in Arkansas also dispense at our fountain, ice cream made FROM HUYLER’S FORMULA the same ns made at Huyler’a Fifth Avenue stfre. New York City. Lemly’s Drug Store PHONE 201 ESTABLISHED 1875 PHONE 201 Visitors’ Prescriptions a Specialty 364 Central Avenue, Hot Springs, Ark. For Anything Lost, Strayed or Stolen CALL 692 Young and Sullivan Detective Agency All work guaranteed. Everything strictly confidential. Office open from 8 a.m. to 12 m.; 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. Call 16g 1 any time at night. Have our own car and never sleep. Always on the job. YOUNG & SULLIVAN. During the RACES PHILLIPS CAFETERIA Will Remain Open All Night Short Orders from 8 p.m. to 11 a.m. OF SPECIAL INTEREST TO THE VISITOR —the first thing yon do is secure your housekeeping apartment, then— A Good Grocery Store —one lhat deals in othing but higdi-quality eats and is “there with the 8BRVBOE'’ , AfJfc REMEMBER THIS no matter where you live, go to the phone call 830—if busy 831 will take, end can fill your order complete end it will lie delivered promptly any "liere' tllltin I 4. . i TRY US FIRST Harry G. Smith’s Pare Food Store AtlTO DBUVHJRY — - --- Ouachita and Orange 2 Phones, 830 and 831 GOLDEN’S PHONE 760 MARKET Don’t Read This Ad UNLESS YOU ARE SUFFERING FROM RHEUMATISM, NER VOUSNESS, SCIATICA. TOR PID LIVER. CONSTIPATION. OR FROM ANY KIND OF SPINAL TROUBLE. IF SO TAKE CHIRO PRACTIC ADJUSTMENTS. DR. H. D. FERGUSON CHIROPRACTOR. NERVE AND SPINE SPECIALIST ARKANSAS TRUST BUILD ING “ PASSENGER STEAMER DODGES SUBMARINE PASSENGERS HAD ON LIFE BELTS . AND STOOD BY LIFEBOATS FOR THREE HOURS. ' New York. March 21.—Passengers aboard the Anchor liner Tuscania (British* in today from Glasgow, said on March 12 about ::no miles off the Scotch ii oast the Tuscania encoun tered a German submarine. By put ting on full speed and steering a zigzag course the Tuscania es -saped. The passengers said they were all ordered to put on their life belts and stand by the lifeboats for three hnu is When the submarine disappeared, they said, a mysterious vessel paint ed gray which appeared to have a skeleton bridge and a very high crow's nest, hove In sight, but made no effort to speak the Tuscania The odd craft followed until dark. Passengers asserted their belief that the mysterious ves-el was a Ger man raider. NAVAL PREPARATIONS MARKED WITH ACTIVITY I CONTINUED FROM PACE ONE. Joint army and navy board reported today that in its opinion the develop ment of the air services of both mili tary arms of the government should be co-ordinated ami consolidated o a large extent. Orders io enroll women for nurse work in time of war as a parti of the naval reserve forces were sent out to day to commandants of naval districts and recruiting officers. Details of the enlistment of women as clerks, typists, radio operators and for similar positions so that the men occupying such places may ne reliev ed for shore duty and used to strengthen the sea forces already have been completed. The. new munitions standardization board, organized uuder the council o> rational defense, held its -fir.it formal meeting at the war department dur ing the day, conferring with ordnanle officials. Members of the board, just appointed by Secretary Baker as chairman ot the council, are Frank A. 'Scott of Warner £• t'o., Cleveland, manufacturers of automatic machin ery; W. H. Vandervoort of Root & Vandervoort, builders of machine tools; E. A. Deeds, formerly general manager of the National Cash Regis ter Company. Frank Pratt of the Gen eral Electric Company; Samuel Vauc lin of the Baldwin Locomotive Works, and John E. Otterson, vice president oi the Winchester Arms Company. Most of these men for the last three years have been active in pro-, during munitions for tne nlliew. Thev are espelialiy qualified to establish correct specifications and detail draw ings necessary for standardized manu facture c: munitions by both 'govern ment and private manufacturing plants. At the war department today In qniries concerning preparations were met with the statement that the army and national guard were ready with in the limits imposed upon them by congress. Every lesson learned from the Imriler mobilization, both ot guardsmen and regulars, lias been ap plied. Officers realize that facing war with Germany the present army can he viewed only as the nucleus around which can he rallied the huge force that must be trained. Their great ef fort Is to make that nucleus as ef.i cent as passible. Senator Chamberlain, chairman of the senate military committee and staunch advocate of universal military training and service as a national i»c.i k-y, called on Secretary Baker today to announce that he would reintroduce at the coming session a measure to that end. There are indications that the question nlay be taken up by President Wilson in IPs address at the opening of congress. It is known that the general staff has prepared detai'ed plans for mo bilization ot an army of whatever character congress may authorize. CHICHESTER S PILLS i V# -- THE t'AMUNl) UB-ANU. 1 L«4l+«t Auk four UruHlit for Chl-fhM-teri IllrinouJ Tfraud/ i Fills lo B~<f ami ('old metallic' boies, aealM with Blue Ribboa. Take bo oiker Bay ef your r UrvifUL A I'M III ( Ilf K TtHB 1 III A MONO riLL*,forlS yc*r« known** Ue»t. Alw*yl|t«ll»b!« SOI D BV DRIinOISTS f VFRVWMFRf Dr A. W. Berrow OSTEOPATH AND PHYSICIAN. Sumpter-Little Bldg., 610 Central Ave. Office hours, 9 to 12 and 2 to 5. Ap pointments by day and night. Phones: Office 273, Residence 106. STORAGE Wben you want to store Household foods, or crate, pack or *Dlp furniture call on MURRAY TRANSFER CO. We have the oniy rireproor ware bouse in the city. Warehouse con structed with separate apartments for your furniture. Telephone 82 or 48 RACES TODAY Under Auspices of Business Men s League Oaklawn Jockey Club SIX RACES EACH DAY, COMMENCING AT 2:30 P. M. Gentlemen - - - $1.50 Ladies - - - - $1.00 Box Seats, Reserved, $1.00 Extra. NO MINORS PERMITTED |ON THE GROUNDS OFFICIAL COUNT OF THE RETURNS On the Commission Plan Government ITimary. held on tti > 20th day of March, 1917, as follows: 1 2 11 4 5 II Tot. Geo II. fielding . 92 88 41 85 40 94 44. Geo A Callahan . 94 55 10 :12 25 8.1 125 .1. \\ . McClendon ..55 110 51 71 70 121 484 <1 1’ Bu>ni|>as,s . 12 20 15 21 t’5 95 200 Ed. H. Burroughs . . . 17 11 12 to 8 5+ 120 M. A. Eisele ..107 02 54 89 55 09 416 I, . K. Ellis . 45 4 5 45 50 41 52 284 V. I). Fowler . 21 24 9 23 4 80 101 Bob Jones ... 88 8o 49 00 58 M) 421 W. A. Kirk ... 0 22 12 % * 11 79 Chris. J. l.edwidge . . . .<. 29 29 10 17 15 29 174 l.eo. P. McLaughlin . 19 82 18 12 20 28 179 \V. R. Poe . 28 54 27 18 IS 54 199 J. B. Rigshee .. It to 2 20 7 20 79 E. X. Roth .120 51 42 09 12 80 400 Frank A. Steams .1"7 so 44 61, 47 95 414 tins Strauss . 04 75 19 47 17 01 325 IlttCoata Walker . 17 49 * 18 19 39 217 llatup Williams . 107 99 40 01 34 • 99 448 CERTIF 1CATE 1, A 1! Jordan. City Clerk of the Cltv of Hot Springs, Arkansas, here by certify that the above count, of the returns on the Commission Plan. Government Election held on the 20th day of March, 1917, is a true and cor rect count, to the Item of my knowledge. Given under my hand and seal of .said office on tills tile 21st day of March, 1917. A. B. JORDAN. (SEAL,) Ply Clerk. PISSES CONTIS'JE SEARCH FOR FUGITIVES FOUR MEN WHO ESCAPED WITH OVERTON ARE STILL AT LARC.F- „ Birmingham. Ala , March 21. Posses tonight continued their search for the four men who yesterday es caped from the Jefferson county jail with David T. Overton and two other prisoners. While the search was in progress the death toll from the fight last night between the posse men and the prisoners late this after noon grew to three, when J. L. ljtth ant one of the escaped /ten. died at a local hospital. I.atham was mortally wounded a few minutes after Overton, the slayer of Judge \\ T. Lawler, and Tony Ma linn, both under death sentences, had been killed. Shortly before he died Latham talked with Solicitor Hugo Black of Jefferson county. Later the solicitor declared lgitham told him nothing of the escape or of the earlier plans of Overton and his ooni|'s^ nns. Sheriff Batson today discharged all jail employes, Including his brother. A grand jury investigation of the jail delivery is now In progress. --—■ -- Or J. F. Merritt, cell* answered I day or night. Office phone 441, res | toence 426. No.*37014 Central avenue | Prevent l-a C.rippe by tak ng Tlexall Grippe pills. Price 2ic, H G, Morris Drug Co. 2-28-tf. ^ •_ For KODAKS and KODAK FINISH ING s;o to Sorrells Dmu Co. tf Alohama Remedy, prtre $1.00 a hot tie. R. G. Morris Dnip Co. 2-28-tf. We furnish the only pasteurized milk sold In Hot Sprlnpe. The Pas teurised Mllh Cs. CALIFORNIA'S TONG WAR. Stockton. Cal. March 111—Tn street shooting between Chinese tong men in the Chinese section here tonight l.ee Won, a Stiey Sing, was killed; Lee Hey. of the same tong, was bad ly wounded and a passing Japanese was shot in the head and porbably will die Several arrests were made. • NOTICE. I shall return home in .1 few weeks to beg n an active and vigorous ram ixtigu ior circuit judge. IAS. 1,. OiRAHAM. ( Advt.l :;-22-tf We nave tn operation a circulating t r system throughout out plant, which prevents a f'y from lighting. The Pas teurized N.llk Co. 8-11-tf James LGraham LAWYER, Office Citizens National Bank Old# 1 Phene 744. Arkansas National Bank OF HOT SPRINGS* ARK. Memver Federal Reserve BanK Cspltsl . *100,000.00 Surplus tnd Profits *U9'>,000.00 CHAS. N. RIX,. President E. F. KLEIN, Vice-President F. C. STEARNS, Vice- ■» ROBERT NEILL, Cashier «. P. COLLINGS, Director HENRY FF.LLHEIMEH, Director. A Roll of Honor Bank Does a full banking business. Cashes drafts and checks for visitors. Draw our own drafts on all parts of Europe. Sell Travelers' Money Orders, payable in all foreign countries and United States by banks, hotels or merchants. Chiropractic IKS - RO - PRAK - TIC | (Meaning Done by Hand) DO YOU KNOW THAT YOUR SPINE IS COMPOSED OF 24 ft 3 LITTLE MOVABLE BONES, EACH BONE BEING CALLED A K 3 VERTEBRAE, AND THAT BETWEEN EACH PAIR OF THESE ft 3 LITTLE BONES THERE ARE A PAIR OF NERVKS RUTNING Bj TO THE DIFFERENT ORGANS—LIVER, STOMACH, BOWELS. $ 3 KIDNEYS, ETC. THESE DELICATE BONES MAY GtT OUT OF jfl jj LINE OR POSITION BY SLIPS OR STRAINS OR INJURIES j3 ^ UNBEKNOWN TO THE SUFFERER. ffl 11 in WHEN THESE BCNES GET OUT OF POSITION THEY PRESS UPON OR SQUEEZE THE NERVES PASSING BETWEEN THEM. AND WHEN THIS NERVE SUPPLY IS THUS INTER FERED WITH IT WEAKENS WHATEVER ORGAN OR TISSUE IS SUPPLIED BY THE PARTICULAR NERVE INTERFERED WITH, WHETHER STOMACH, KIDNEY, LIVER, BOWELS, OR ■ WHAT NOT. H#,t , , EVEN IRRITATION CAUSED BY CONTINUED USE OF STRONG MEDICINES MAY CAUSE SUCH CONTRACTION OF SPINAL LIGAMENTS AS TO PULL ONE OR MORE OF THESE VERTEBRAE OUT OF POSTION, THEREBY PRODUCING THE NERVE PRESSURE JUST R EFE RED TO. NOW IT BECOMES THE DUTY OF THE SKILLED CHIRO PRACTOR TO PUT THE MISPLACED BONE OR BONES (VER TEBRAE) BACK WHERE THEY BELONG AND THUS RE LIEVE THE NERVE PRESSURE THAT MAKES THE TROUBLE' IN THE ORGAN OR TISSUE AFFECTED. WHEN THE CHIROPRACTOR REPLACES THESE MIS PLACED BONES, HE CALLS IT AN ADJUSTMENT. AFTER CONTINUED MISPLACEMENT OF ONE OR MORE VERTE BRAE, THE MUSCLES ATTACHED HAVE A CHRONIC CON TRACTION WHICH OFTEN REQUIRES A SERIES OF ADJUST MENTS TO OVERCOME. THE NUMBER OF ADJUSTMENTS NECESSARY OF COURSE DEPENDS UPON THE CONDITION OF EACH PARTICULAR CASE. SOMETIMES ONE ADJUST MENT IS ENOUGH. ONE OF THE COMMONEST EFFECTS OF VERTEBRAL MISPLACEMENTS IS NERVOUSNESS, WHICH YIELDS MOST READILY TO CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENT. NOW IF YOU ARE SUFFERING FROM NERVOUSNESS. NEURITIS. SCIATICA, POOR CIRCULATION OR DERANGE MENT OF STOMACH, LIVER, KIDNEYS OR BOWELS, CALL AT MY OFFICE FOR FREE CONSULTATION AND FOR FULLER EXPLANATION OF HOW CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENT RE LIEVES THESE TROUBLES WITHOUT KNIFE OR MEDICINE, OR LOSS OF TIME. NERVE AND SPINE SPECIALIST. DR. H. D. FERGUSON CHIR OPRACTOR ^ Arkansas Trust Building Dr. E. F. Wtnegar hae returned to his practice and can ue found at hie office 34<>-"48 Central avenue, from 9 to 12 and 3 to 5 p.m. 11-14-tf. | » ‘‘THE OLD REUABLE”_ REM EDYfor MEN AT DRUGGI8TB.0RTRIAL BOX BY MAILSO. r»OM PLANTER 93 HENRYST. BROOKLYN.N^ L^WiWARE OF IM.TATIONB PETE AND JIM Serve Hot Chili PIP'tiK hot and well seasoned. The finest Chill ever served here. HOT LUNCH OUR SPECIALTY Cal| at Otir New Piace. 812 Central Ave. Sumpter Little Bldg.