Vincent Gage of Hot Springs
NEWS AND INTERVIEWS i. B. Wadded of Lonoke Is in tha City.. '':. C P, McKwen and Judge J. W, Al len of Arkansas .City wera iu Little Hock yesterday. : John Matovitch of fttireveport, La., and Vincent Uage of Hot Springs pass-: pass-: pass-: ' t- t- d through the city yes- yes- Revisit teiday en route to Ku-, Ku-, Ku-, Sefnes e ,.,. . rope. In Austria, in a Their $. ' quiet town bathed by heed Days. the waters of the peace ful Adriatic, tbe two gentlemen lived as boys. Fifteen years ago Mr. tiage ewjiarked to try U Is fortunes fortunes la the new world. After the in evitable ups aud downs of the strange youth in a strange iana sir, uage taua ed at Hot Kpriugs, whore, by Industry and economy, he was at leugtb enubleJ to -estabUshbifiuseU -estabUshbifiuseU In business for himself, iu which he has been eminently eminently successful. Mr. aiatoviek left his native heath some years later, going first to South America. He was not successful, aud eight or ten years ago be came to the (jutted Ktatea, and finally arrived at Wireveport. A fellow-country fellow-country fellow-country man, Frank Servlch, look ah inter eat hi hllh, but the only place he could offer hliu was in the humble capacity of kitchen heliier In his restatirant. Mr.. Matovlch gladly gladly aeeepted -tha -tha placet and - was - so energetic and dfdeiiy that ho was pro-piiiUid.. pro-piiiUid.. pro-piiiUid.. t atttnj'it 4iMi-..,i4ina., 4iMi-..,i4ina., 4iMi-..,i4ina., -. -. ctUijtr iin-ii, iin-ii, iin-ii, at the business" expanded, his enj' ployer needed a uutnager, and be could find no o one more suitable nor more li us( worthy than ' the" erstwhile kitchen help. Hut- Hut- Mr-r Mr-r Mr-r Matifvk-h Matifvk-h Matifvk-h eaine to-America to-America to-America to make his fortune, and he knew he could not do that working for some one else. He-'ived He-'ived He-'ived 'his-iMoneyrand1 'his-iMoneyrand1 'his-iMoneyrand1 titially ven-' ven-' ven-' ttired to establish a restaurant of ills own. His former experiences stood him In good stead. He knew the duties of every subordinate and how they should be performed, ttesldeft he was lilmself an excellent cook. Business proaperod and Mr. Mivtoviek is now onu of the well-to-do well-to-do well-to-do well-to-do well-to-do business nieu of Shreveport, with a good and growing business, real estate; money in bank, and able to take a three months' jaunt-.to jaunt-.to jaunt-.to the old home across the sen. Ho Is ou East street and looks the part, ' having the pulchri tude' and air of the prosperous citisen. Three years ago Mr. Matovich and Mr. Gage met by accldentaeither knowing of the other's residing here. In tbe friendship newly revived thev laid plans to visit Austria together, and have just been able to accompllab them.