Daily Arkansas Gazette from Little Rock, Arkansas on May 19, 1915 · Page 12
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Argenta SERIOUSLY HURT IN RUNAWAY ACCIDENT Jack Jenkins Thrown to Pavement and Is in Critical Condition. Jack .Jenkins, 26, of Jaoksonville, was seriously injured about 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon near the West fourth street viaduct when a horso he was driving became frightened at a passing engine and overturned the buggy, throwing him to the pavement. He received severe cuts about t lie head and shoulders and it is thought that he is injured internally. After his wounds were given temporary treatment by Dr. H. S. Medearis, he was rushed to the Little Rock Sanitarium, where it was rejmrted at a late hour last night that his condition is serious. Jenkins drives a milk wagon and comes to Argenta every day. He was returning to his home when the accident occurred. He was found In a iemiionscious condition BoVeral minutes later and taken to the doctor's office in Mrs. Grange's jitney tns. The buggy was completely demolished. REVIVAlYeGINS FRIDAY Visiting Evangelist Will Be Assisted by Local Ministers. The Rev. .?. Vincent Coombs of Dan ville, lnd., will conduct a revival in the auditorium of the Arknnsns Physical Development Association, Second and Main streets, beginning at H o'clock Friday night and continuing for several weeks. He will be assisted by the Rev. J. H. . Smith of Little Rock, pastor of the First Christian church; the Rev. R. (). Rogers of Little Rock, pastor of the Third Street christian church, and the Rev. Frank Thompson of Pine Bluff, pastor of the First Christian church of Argenta, un der whose auspices the meetingu will be conducted. Saturday night a young people's rally will be held. Accompanying Mr. Coombs will be a singer, who will lead the choir of over 100 voices which will give a special musical program each evening. Meetings will be held everv'night except Monday, when the auditorium will be used by members of the association. The auditorium will comfortably seat 1,000 persons. A BEOOM AS A WEAPON. W. S. Sullivan, a young white man. was badly cut on the right ear about 8 o'clock yesterday nfternoon as n result of being struck with a broomstick by Jeff Mathis, negro, who alleges he truck Sullivan because he made ad vences threateningly on him. Sullivan was taken to the office of Dr. W. K. Mclnln, where he received medical attention, after which both were nrreHt ed by Deputy Constnble J. L. Jenkins. Municipal Judge .lames (ierlnch fined Sullivan and costs for disturbing the peace and the negro was fined also NEW HAY? I have just rocoived a shipment of new alfalfa hay. I also have some real choice Arkansas prairie hay. I handle rich hran, shorts, oats, porrii in fact, everything in the feed line and plantation supplies. My PRICES are RKiHT. Call nie for prices. Brown's Cash Feed Store Phone Eight Two Oh Oh. Argenta. The New P Sport or Outing: OXFORD Made in White Buck, Tan Rus aid Calf Trimmed. New Juniper Sole, Rubber Heel. Very Liflht for This Style Low 8ho. NOW ON DISPLAY. Ike Kempner & Br o. Tb Bbos Btor Ahaad. $5 $5 and costs for assault and battery. Both paid their fines.- ARGENTA TOHOT SPRINGS Intercity Leaguers Will Play Three (femes with Satfe Klne. Members of the Argenta baseball team of the Intercity League will leave this morning for Hot Springs, where they will play a aeries of, three games with the Eagles' team of the Vapor City. The team will line up as follows: J. Ellis, catcher; McNew, third base; P. Hughes, shortstop; R. Rust, second base; B. Ellis, first base; II. Sharp, left field; B. Rexroad, center field; Dancy, right field; R. Buckalew, pitcher; Johnson, pitcher; Luhrsen,1! pitcher; J. Jorski, utility. BRTNDLEY HOME BURNS. The home of Alderman J. P. Brind-ley, 318 West Twenty-first street, was completely destroyed bv fire of unknown origin at an early hour yester day morning. The damage is estimated at 1 1,000, with $400 insurance. PEACE DI8TUEBEE TO FARM. J,ohn Elrod was fined $25 and costs and sentenced to 30 days on the county farm yesterday morning by Municipal Judge James Gerlach for disturbing the peace. Elrod is charged with having created a disturbance on East Third street, frightening a number of women and children. He was unable to pay the fine. NOTES ANtTpEBBQNALS. L. E Lee of Baring Cross has gone to Hot Springs for a visit of several j da vs. Mrs. B. A. Holland, 722 Willow street, was taken to St. Vincent's Infirmary vesterday, where she will undergo ar. operation for appendicitis this morning. Mrs. Lee Warren Jr. and Miss Lilliaa Warren of (iulpert, Miss., are visiting ; HI n l,,. RI17 Wo.l Fourth street. Mrs. O. McCabe of Birmingham, Ala., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. A, (JrBham, 604 West Fourth street. H. C. Eubank, member of the Argenta Fire Department, has gone to Hot Springs for a visit of several days. Mayor James P. Faucette will leave today" for Hot Springs, where he will r'.nain for seven weeks undergoing treatment for a stroke of paralysis suffered about three months ago. Miss Gertrude Weintraub has returned from Deeson, Miss., where she was the guest of friends and relatives for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs R. R. Prioleau and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Lockhart spent yes terday at Scott's Station fishing. Mrs Tom Exum, who was recently operated on for appendicitis at the Little Rock Sanitarium, is reported improving, and will be removed to her home within the neit few days. Mrs. J. M. Bauer and Mrs. Mary Platkawiei left yesterday for I'ine Bluff, where they will spend several dnya with Mr. and Mrs. A. Lehman. (leorge Makoskl, 1522 Orange street, left yesterday morning for Russellville, where he wiil visit friends for severnl davs. W. A. Doolittle, 31ft West Ninth street, Baring Cross, who hns been undergoing treatment at Hot Springs for several weeks, will return to the vajmr city this morning after spending several days in the city with his family. tr. M. E. Stanley was yesterday removed to the Little Rock Sanitarium, where he will undergo an operation this morning. Henry J. Miller and Justice W. H. Ramsey will spend today at Scott's Station. M. Brown, manager of the Mount Meto Orc hard Company at Falukner Cap, is a business visitor in the city. F. R. Armistead will lenve Thursday for Memphis, where he will remain fr several davs. Born- To Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Davis, 1524 Marion street. Baring Cross, May 17, Twins, boy and girl. Members of the Fourth Street Arts nnd Crafts Club will spend today fish ing at Sett 's Station. At noon dinner will be spread picnic style. The party will return on the Ti o'clock train this evening. Big Hock Camp No. 2 and Baring Cross Camp No. fifi, Woodmen of the World, will hold a ioint meeting Thursday night at Matthews' linll, 20H 12 Main street. A class of several candi dates will be initiateil. - KOTt RENT Twfl moflrrn rnrnii for light hnua.ka.plni : rant lit pir month. Apply T10 PINE. Arfonlt: phona 10097 I FOU SAI.F 10 plunrl. aurar for II. with II purrhana of reft-. Thla la for nrh onljr I .MM II ADDON, phon. IfSI. tJ3 E Waahln- tnn a vanua 1MJ PER CAPITA TAX 0F$3 ON PINE BLUFF MALES Council Imposes It to Make Up for Loss of Saloon License Rsrenue - Jitney Bus Ordinance. Special tn tha Oaaatte. Fine HI ti f f , May 18. -An ordinance adopted by the City Council last night imposes a tax of $.1 on every male resident of Fine Bluff between the ages of 21 and 4ft years, the money so de rived to be used exclusively for atreet work. In lieu of the ossh, three days' work on the streets Is required. It is estimated the ordinance will produce 12,DO(i or 1.V00. Decrease in ei'ty revenues, due to the abolition of saloons, is responsible lor the ordinance. The council also adopted the budget for the next fiscal year, the estimates Including $2L',0()0 for wster and lights; $15,00(1 for the Fire Department; HZ,-SOU for the I'olice Department, and (10,.ri()O for the general and executive department. An ordinance providing for the examination and licensing of professional chauffeurs received its first reading. City Attorney Wood was instructed to frame an ordinance to require an in demnity hon.l from each jitney and impose n tax of 3 per month on each car in such service. GRAVEnEMANls KILLED la Run Down by Switch Engine Near Station at Texarkana. av 'at u tk ila-av Texarkana, May 18.- A man, about W, a stranger here, was run over by a Kansas City Southern switch engine near the Trigs street depot this morn ing abont 7 o clock and terribly mangled, death resulting in a few minutes Papars in his pockets showed his nam to Charles Cox aad his hone at Qravstt. Telephone advices from Grarstte say ha left that town Msy 7 in search of employment, since which tine he had ot beea heard from. CAN'T PDNISH FOR VOTING ILLEGALLY In City or School Elections, Rules Paragould Judge-State Will Take Appeal. (par-la! to tha Oarotta. Paragould, May 18. Judge J. F. Oautney yesterday sustained a demurrer to the indictments against the 127 persons charged with illegal voting in the recent city election ami the nine judges who were charged with having permitted illegal voting. The state appealed to the Supreme Court and the cases were continued until the neit term of Circuit Court pending the decision of the Supreme Court The test case was that in which E. I. McKinley, now deputy state labor eommisisoner, who was indicted as one of the judges in the First ward, State Senator Futrell, representing Mr. McKinley, filed the oeinurrer. He said the indictments were returned under Section 10(56 of the digest, which was a law passed in 187.1 making it a felony to vote illegally in general elections held for state, county or township officers. In 1S9" the legislature passed an act providing for general elections for cities an i towns of the first and second cla.s, which provided that all laws governing general elections should apply to cities and towns. Serin-tor Futrell said the 1895 act could, ny reference to the 1S75 act, prescribe tl.e method ami procedure of holding municipal elections, but it could not by reference or implication define a statutory offense; that if the legislature intended to make it a felony to vote illegally in a municipal election it should have expressly provided such in its enactment of 1893. Judge Oautney, in sustaining the demurrer, said municipal elections are on the same footing with school elections In Arkansas; that no one is entitled to vote in either without the proper polltax receipt, and it is the duty of the judges to see that none except those so qualified vote, but there Is no law to punish either the voters or the judges for illegnl voting in municipal or school elections. Tn case of contest such illegnl votes should be thrown out. McKinley Protests Innocence. "I did not wish to enter a demurrer to the indictment, but my lawyers persuaded that no lawyer would like to try case where there Is no law under which the indictment i found," said Mr. McKinley. "I be lieve I could have been acquitted on the merits of the case before any un prejudiced jury in Greene county. "I am charged, with the other two judges, with having allowed 28 people to vote who did not have polltax re eeipts. I have found that about half this number whose nnmes were given as illegal voters have polltax receipts for 1013. If I should fail to find the other half are legal voters, the judges in (he First ward will have been guilty on a percentage basis of a less offense than the gentlemen of the Grand Jury, as we had more than 300 votes in the First ward, with 28 charged as illegal. In fact, the firand Jury is about ." per cent off in its charges. The election judges were at sea as to the polltax situation, not having been furnished, as the law requires, with a list of legal voters." BOY SCOUTS TN CAMP. Ro--nl to tl". OflfrUf. Newport, May 18.- A number of Boy Scouts left Monday on a hike for Wat son 's lake, where they will spend a few days camping. Arkansas Woman Gets Quick Relief Mrs. J. C. Draddon of Winthrop, Ark , suffered from digestive troubles and stomach derangements that placed her in a particularly dangerous posi tion. Her nervous system was attacked and she felt symptoms that indicated even more serious trouble. She took Mavr's Wonderful Remedy and ent immediate benefits. She wrote: "When I commenced taking your treatment I could scarcely be out of bed, I had such severe pains in my hips and the top of my right foot. My foot felt as if it had been severely sprained. Finally a numbness settled in my arms and shoulders. Abont that time I received vour treatment and the first bottle relieved the misery. Now I feel like a new person." Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives permanent results for stomach, liver and intestinal silments. Fat as much and whatever you like. No more distress after eating, pressure of gas in the stomach and around the heart. Get one bottle of your druggist now and try it on an absolute guarantee if not satis factory money will be returned. (Advertisement.) Age Is Not the Cause of your Lair falling o air falling out. It is tha oon- dition of your scalp. your ec 5 "93" Hair Tonic will destroy the germ which is the c&uas el this trouble. 60 oenU a bottle. Snodgraes Braey. Helman Drws Co. Armistead 4 Britton Drug Cs. 20 lbs., $1.00 with a $1.00 purchase of other goods. LtitleRock Coffee Co. Phone 6676-6677. 320 West .Sixth St. SUGAR DEPOSITORS AS TO DEWEIH'S SANITY Alienists Declare Convicted Man's Mind Affected by Hereditary Disease. epCT- tn tha Hiiatla. Benton, May 18. HearW 0f the tes timony on the sanity of Clarence I)e- wew at the time of the trial which resulted in his conviction and that of Joe 8trong for the murder of an aged Benton merchant and their subsequent sentenee to the electric chair, was be gun shortly before 3 o'clock todav in the 8aline County Circuit Court. More than 90 men were examined before a jury was obtained. Arter the opening statements were made by Dewein's attorneys, deposi tions from alienists in St. Louis and Belleville, 111., Dewein's former home, were read. These said he was afflict ed with a hereditary disease which affected his mental powers, and that they had treated him for it. Drs. D. V. Roberts and A. C. Shipp of the state hospital at Little Rock, and Drs. J. R. Wayne and Dewell Oann Jr. of Little Rock testified they had examined De-wein since his confinement at the penitentiary and had found his mind affected by the disease. Judge YV. H. Evans orders a night session and this was not concluded until 11:20 o'clock. It is thought the testimony will be finished by Thursday noon and the case concluded Thursday night. It is probable that three of Dewein's fellow prisoners, V. H. Rhea, Hanford Berry and J. T. McNeil, may he called upon to testify as to his actions at the penitentiary when court opens tomorrow. All three were in court today. Rhea and Berry are serving sentences for murder and Berry is imprisoned for bigamy. Dewein was in court all of today and tonight. He is being defended bv Gro-ver T. Owens and K. R. Johnson of Little Rock and former Lieutenant Governor Johnson of Missouri. Former Frosecuting Attorney J. S. Utley and M. A. McDaniel, a Benton attorney, are nssisting Prosecutor J). D. Glover in conducting the case for the state. K. OF P. BANQUET. Spar-lt to th CazMta. Crossott, May IS A banquet was given last night hv the local lodge of Knights of Fythiaa to about 50 peoL pie. Hpeeches wnro made by the Rev? J. A. Henderson and Charles Cammack. A. Tredick was toastmaster. Music was furnished by Mrs. Brymer Cour-K"n Mrs. A. Trieschman and the Cros sett orchestra. The lodire ham rwpntlv lieen reorganized. Look FOR t 4 O GOVERNOR PRESIDES OYER GRAND LODGE Knights of Pythias in 35th Annual Convention at Hot Springs. IDaclal to the Ossatt. Hot Hpringi, May 18. With all the grand officers and nearly 200 delegates present,. the thirty-fifth annual session of the Grand Lodge of Knights of Pythias convened in the lobby of tho F.astman hotel this morning. The knights and their wives were : given a royal welcome. Mayor J. W. McUendon gave them the freedom of Hot Springs, after he had been pre-r.?nted to the convention by James 8. McConnell, grand vice chancellor, who acted as chairman. Dr. V. H. Hallman, past grand chancellor, on behalf of the local lodge welcomed the delegates and Walter M. Kbel offered, a welcome for the Business Men's League and the local press. When Governor Hays was introduced he said various explanations had been given as to the pronunciation of "Arkansas," but that the reason it is pronounced "Arkansaw" was that the Bible ordained it, and in a humorous way called attention to the fact that: "Noah looked out of tha ark and saw." Governor Hays, who is grand chancellor of the order, then took charge of the meeting. He responded in a feeling manner to the addresses of welcome. He said Hot Springs is not alone the greatest health resort in the world and the most attractive city in the state; but that the people of Hot Springs have a reputation for genuine Southern hospitality that cannot be VIRGINIA GIRL Gained 15 Pounds by Taking Vinol. Norfolk, Va. "I suffered from nervousness, had no appeitte and was very thin. Nothing I took seemed to help me until one day a friend told me about Vinol. I have now taken six bottles and have gained 15 pounds; have a good appetite and can eat anything." Mattie Denning, Norfolk, Va. Vinol is a delicious cod liver and iron tonic without oil, a constitutional remedy which creates an appetite, aids digestion and makes pure, healthy blood. Try it on our guarantee. 8nodgrass & Bracy, druggists, 120 Main street, open all night; Holman Drug Company, Markham and Victory streets; Armistead Britton Drug Company, 214 Main street, Little Rock. Vinol is sold in Argenta by Hall Drug Company, and all leading drug stores everywhere. (Advertisement.) Ask almost any man what he had for breakfast, and he'll say. "Oh, the usual thing toast coffee and breakfast food," But give him KRUMBLES then see what he says! KRUMBLES is the first Wheat breakfast food with a natural, satisfying flavor. Serve it with cream or milk. If the folks ask for sugar, tell them to teste KRUMBLES first Today is the time to see your grocer about KRUMBLES. I A cents, in the Kellogg U WAXTITE package, which keps the fresh, good flavor in and all other flavors out ; excelled anywhere-HeL -sailed attention to the baigs of th' Knigatt-of Pythias, said that it la & fiadge of honor," and hoped, even though tha freedom of the city had bn extended, that there would be no action on the part of any kn;ht that would reflect on that emblem of the order; that bo knight would go anywhere he would not take his wife, sister or sweetheart, or do anything that he would not have them see him do. This afternoon the women guests were given an automobile ride over the city. At 5:30 this afternoon the Dramatic Order Knights of Korassan gave a parade, the feature of which were many "captives" who were given this interesting degree in the local Pythian ball tonight. The convention, it is believed, will adjourn tomorrow afternoon. The session this afternoon and tomorrow per-tuinn to the business of the Grand Lodge. "Sport Shirt"--this Season's Most Popular Shirt for Outings ...v. V BUSS'20'CL0THE& Look for this Signature .in-, -,n r-tn r '-mwin'-" in MRS, WALTERS UNDER BOND Woman (Charged With Killing Babies sain to Become Motterv New York, Mafia. Mrs. Ida 8bJ-fen Walters, who is said to have poisoned her two babies and has beea la jail on the charge of murder, was today released under bail of f,600, granted on the plea that she was again to become a mother. Fending her trial, which Is set for next October, she was warned bv Justice Weeks that- ska must not leave the state, a prohibition which forestalls the possibility of her marriage to Lorlis Elton Sogers, widely known lawyer, the father of her children, who was recently divorced from Mrs. Caroline Giddlngs Rogers, with a decree that he eonld not remarry in this state. Mrs. Walters left the jail in the company of Rogers, who said that she would go to the home of a friend. See illustration notice the low collar, made so as to button up close, which gives it the appearance of a soft turnover collar, attached. Notice the elbow length sleeves. A.n ideal summer Shirt. Made of madras cheviot. A great , value 5 leDU Others as low as $1.00. '!; Hv,v- i ' v v . -.i. i r:-i-t I , . "V :;. : h A- y-.:'.- if t 11

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