Arkansas Democrat from Little Rock, Arkansas on October 13, 1914 · Page 8
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Little Rock, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 13, 1914
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8. TUESDAY EVENING. THE ARKANSAS DEMOCRAT. OCTOBER 13, 1914. LAUNCH STATE MOVEMENT FOR I'll! SUFFRAGE Mrs. Minnie U. Rutherford of Magazine Elected Temporary Chairman at Meeting of Ar-kansas Suffragette Meeting. MAY ASK LEGISLATURE S GIVE WOMEN THE BALLOT Movement., for woman suffrage in Arkansas wag officially launched in a meeting of women delegates from various sections of the State at the Hotel Marion todays A permanent organization is being effected this afternoon and permanent State oflicors will' be named. The society will be known as the "Arkansas Woman Suffrage Association." , Articles of the constitution were being discussed early this afternoon and the final action of the 'assembly will be the election. Fourteen accredited delegates were in Attendance but the joom was filled to capacity by women, interested In the work,1-most of them from Little Bock. " Women' Want Ballot The object of "the organization is to establish the ri'ght of citizens of Arkansas to Vote, irrespective of sex. That srtiilknfjthe. constitution, the second. MT. IDA RESIDENTS DON'T WANT TO WORK STREETS Mount 1U. town In Montsomsry County. Iiim Mid n ordtnanutr passed by th Mount, Id tlly council compelllui all mils resl-dsntf bstwesn ths ul of IS nd 44 ear to woNc-rer-twv- Uy" on ths -ltji, streets. That h wht lias id dlnlim smons the reslifrnts, fpr more than one Is opud An unionatmitnr Ills manual labor ahiutl'a on the strvcts, Ausust 2i lm Mount Ida city ou''ll paaaed the ordinance, and the only-,reimri" the Mount Many "oil the ulnar side" uava U to set the ordlnout-o repealed; The stnt-utea sivp a city i-oum-tl the rlkht to aa such an ordinance. Several oJthe residents of Mount Id preeeated to the secretary of fcUste, Karle W. Hodfee. a petition, te refer the matter to s. referendum vote, to be voted upon at the next ulty election.. The elettttou will not be held until next sprint, and In the meantime. If the petition 'were grunted, the ordinance . would be held, up. ' However, the. remonstranta against the ordinance .failed. An ordinance, of audi character can not be referred under the mulct pal referendum act. which provldee that no section of the' act shall conflict with the policing; or police powera of a city or ton or municipality. The opinion was made for Mr. Hodges by Attorney General Mootte. 5350, V rnr K BUY A TON DACKETT CITY COAL No Soot; No Clinkers. . The best Coal on the market. We sell the Genuine Hackett City Coal. R. D. LEAS FUEL CO. , PHONE 2276. was adopted jimt before adjournment at the Juuch-bouiv: following the per fection of the tiigHiiiznliou by t lie election of oflicors tliis afternoon, the various committees' were to be ch'osen'. The plan lutil not'- been discussed except in an informal way between the delegates, but it was intimated that the legislative committee will be given instructions to prepare a bill or have one prepared to be introduced in the legislature in January, looking to the passage of a State law that will give women of Arkansas the right of ballot. While the movement Btarted today is the- first State-wide . movement to be set on foot, it is Hot the first; .work women of the State have done in, the cause of suffragei,' There are' numerous political., equality 'leagues in the! State. It was through the Little Bock local organization that the . meeting here today was made possible. Mrs. Ellington Presides. . The meeting was opened with pray er by Dr. J. H. O. Smith, pastor of the First Christian Church. Mrs. O. FEllingtoaTTpresiderit T 6f the " Little Bock Political ' Equality Lea,rue, recited briefly the object of the meet ing. She said that Arkansas and North Carolina were the only States in the Union in which organization of State-wide suffrage ... clubs have not been "perfected. Mrs.' T. T. Cotnam, first "vice presi dent of the Little Bock league, delivered the formal address of welcome. In her comments, she made the interesting statement that nine States in the West have given women the- right of the ballot. . Mrs. L. K. Land, of Pine Bluff, struck a responsive chord when she declared that a great many women in Arkansas, as well as in other States, are eagerly awaiting the time when they will be given the right of the ballot, .but that instead of furthering the movement by lending helping hands, they declined to "come out into the open." She urged that the women of the proposed Arkansas society do" all In their power to get the following of women that such an organization should have in view of the widespread interest. . In the formation of a temporary or ganization, Mrs. Minnie U. Butherford of Magazine was' named temporary chairman. She was escorted to the chair bv Mrs. Julia Warner and Miss - Timely Grocery Suggestions for Tomdrrdw r'riinces .Krlmoiison. Miss IMarj Mc-l'be;waa named temporary, secretary. , - Decide on Name, .Adoption' of a" name, for the association elioited a good deal of discussion before the decision was finally rescued. Numerous of the delegates wore anxious to have the word "Equality" inserted,- but it was finally "voted down and the name " Arkansas' Woman Suffrage Association" decided upon. . General officers and the chairmen of the several committees will constitute the executive body of the association if proposed articles' of the const'tutiou are adopted this afternoon. Other articles will provide for the payment-of 10 cents by members of locals which become affiliated with' the State .organization. Annual State meetings will be held,, but the time- is yet to .be decided upou finally. Luncheon " was given in a private dining room of the Hotel Marion at the noon hour, the visiting women being guests of the Little Bock league. ' The effecting of a . permanent organization wasexpecteit toocenpy-a great-part of the afternoon. Delegates in attendance included the following: Payetteville, Mrs. N. F. Drake. Pine Bluff, Mrs. E. D. Russell, Mrs. Mike Schnable, Miss Willie Hock- er. Miss Kuth schnable ami Mrs. u. K. Hiantf. . Hot . Springs, Mrs. P. Ii. Henry, 'Miss . Ella Wright and Miss. Adele Johnson. Magazine, Mrs. Minnie Butherford. Little Rock, Mrs. T. T. Cotnam, 'Mrs. George E.' Cuningham, Mm. Darnell and Mrs. O. F. Ellington. AROUND THE CITY We've a lot of newy good things that -will be of immense help to the thrifty housewife in producing tempting meals economically. Take in " ' ...--..-'--' : ':' VEGETABLES AND FRUITS you '11 find most everything at our store, all home-grown and strictly fresh. - , . - SPECIALS FOB TOMORROW. Bulk Queen Olives; quart,, . , -50c New Mine Meat, 2 lbs. for ......... .... .... : 2)d Boned Cod Fish, per lb .. 20c New P. C, Flour G-rits and Cereals, SPRING CHICKENS, HENS, dressed to. order,' thus ensuring absolute freshness. . PROMPT DELIVERIES MADE EVERYWHERE ALL THE TIME. JAEIRETT'S Fancy groceries, Poultry jmd Finn. . Corner Fifteenth and" Main Streets. Phones 304a and .3042. 0 PLANNED UK 0 0 L Little Rock Jobbers and Whole-salers to Meet Thursday . to Discuss Means of Aiding $150,000,000 Holding Scheme. Wholesalers and jobber of tittle Ruck will confer at the Chamber of Commerce at i o'clock Thureday afternoon 4o discuss the raialnc of 3i0.00 to add to the $li'.0,000,00l) cotton pool.' Invitations will be Issued late today or Wednesday to some forty-five lirnie. It la the hone to have suh-acrlbed at leant tin much. a wa&.rlaed by the bankers' of the city. .- The irojet was discussed flint at an Informal conference at tho chamber of Commerce Monday afternoon. Henry Patterson, preeldont of the Arkanaaa Association of Wholesale Merchants, waa present and asserted that he expects aoon to call a convention of the wholesale and Jobbing Interests of .the State to oreate Interest or rale a fund to add. to the fast-srowlns; pool. The method of assessment haa not bean formulated, but It la proposed to make a per cent assessment baaed upon the capital stock of the Little Rock concerns. In round numbers, the total capital stock Is 14.000,000. according to O. Q. Prloa, who has taken a leading- Interest In the move ment. at la virtually the aame basis as that adopted by the bankers. The proposition of ralslna the pool, which originated with Festua J. Wade In St. Louis, waa explained -by Mr. Price at ths informal conference Monday. Ha was at the first meeting; of St. Louis' Interests. He stated that the aubscrlptlons would not be considered aa . contributions since tne cotton pool syndicate will Issue receipts for air money raised, these to be prime paper at any bank, backed as they will be by the syndicate, subscribers sod the borrower and borrower's cotton. The movement Is to take on ever a broad er extent In Little Rock In the next few weeks. - preliminary plans nre tmder-way for the raising of a pool through the retail dealers of the city. Other organisations are taking a lively Interest. . CRYSTAL LITHO WATER FROM Hot Springs, 10c per gallon delivered. Phone 177. , Advertisement-Negroes interested in tfce moyeanent to .form a co-operative assoeiation to better conditions anion g. the negroes of Little Rook, and to support the recently organized negro infirmary, held a meeting at the : Arkansas Baptist College 8ixteentb-anil -High -strtscts, last night. Addresses were made by Rabbi Louis Witt, L.. II. Moore, secretary of the State Federation of Labon Police Judge Fred lsgrig and K. W. Perrin. - . OZARK A EUREKA SPRINGS WA-ter, 75c per five-gallon bottle, delivered. Phone 94, Errett Hamilton.- - - -- . . Advertisement. Caught last night in a- raid on an alleged gambling room at 126 12 We8t Markham street, J. A. Wilson and C. A. Howard were fined $15 each by-Police Judge jPred , A;, police, court Q19 llioruiutg. oiucuvc daiiiob wvcu ether young men caught in the room as not sufficient for conviction and they were released. The raid was made by Sergeant MeDan'iet-aud Detective I Jones at 8:30 last night. A large number of dice and some playing cards were found in the room, according to the police. DON T FORGET CRAZY OR GIB-son Crystals nature 's own remedy -for constipation,' malaria, ' liver trouble, etc. Price now '65c box. Agents, Scodgrass & Bracy. - -Advertisement.- John Gentry and Miles Lockett, ne groes charged with stealing a case -of eggs from one ot the -Pulaski tomnns sion Company's wagons yesterday were arraigued before . Judge isgrig in police eourt this morning; but the Case was continued because of the failure of witnesses to appear. The negroes wen' arrested veaterrtav atternoon. while tit I the act of hiding the eggs, .according to the police.' The ease-ot eggs had been consigned to Commissioner Row land of the Arkansas .Rail&oad Com mission,' 'and was taken from the de livery wajon while it was standing ir the rear of 109 Main street, police say. MISS JJAYME -ALLEN, ARJLAN. sas' gifted pianist, is now permanently located in Little Rock. Engagements for dinner parties, clubs and dances. Phone 24SG. . Advertisement. The revival at Scott Street Metho dist church, .Fourteenth and Scott streets, is progressing well. Two services daily, 2:30 and 3:30 p. m. The Rev. J. B. Kendall of Wilmore, Ky., is in charge. THURSDAY, 8:30 P. M i IN ST. Paul's Chapel" parish, bouse, Capitol avenue and V-ictory street, thirty-minute skit, "Bachelor's Dream." Seventeen young ladies in, cast, -followed by dancing. Mesdames Hinton and Webster, hostesses. Advertisement. BULLET PUNCTUATES DEBATE? . IUUCE LOSES INTEREST .-' 1 t .- Tomorrow morning in polico court before Judge Fred A. lsgrig, Frel L. Yonng, attorney, with offlees in the State National , Bank building; wiH 'answer to the 'charge of assaulting H. E. Farabee, also a member of the local bar, with intent to kiiL iar-bee, 'with his brother, Quinn C. Farabee, a clerk, will . answer 4 to the charge of disturbing the peace. All three charges in police court are the result of an argument between the throe men at Main street a,ud Capitol avenue , at fl:5 yesterday afternoon, which endod in a 'pistol shot from a revolver held by Mr. 'oung, which ' punctured an - awning over "Jimmie" Housey's news stand and dispersed an over-curious erowj to the four corners of the city. The .argument is said to have originated over a legal obligation which Mr. , Farabee claims is due' him, but it is certain that the- argument ended with a pistol shot, which caused Awnber of onlookers suddenly to lose whatever interest they had in the debate and remember very pressing engagements in the outlying sections of the city. Patrolman Pitcock and -Rollins nr-rested the three principals 'in the near-tragedy, and all made ibond for .their appearance in police court this morning. Previous engagements of their attorneys caused the postponement of the ease until tomorrow morning. TROOPS TO BOEDER Fhoenlx, Arts Oct. IS. The Arisona Xattatmi Gmnrd was ordered by Gorer- . -. slant tnday te be In lenJInsss -to -atvnin sit a moment's notice for Nnco, where bullets and sheila fired by Mex- . Iran force In battle across the border have been falling; In American territory for many day. . . Tho governor alyao telegraphed to , Secretary Bryan for advice. The regular monthly business meeting of the boarfl of directors of the Y."M;CT"A.-wilH)e h.eld at-tlie institution's building at 5 o'clock this afternoon. , DRY WOOD LEA3 FUEL ; COM-pany. . ' .Advertisement. The entertainment at the Pulaski Heights Presbyterian Church will be held Thursday evening, October 15, Instead of Friday, as was reported Monday. : , - ' RALEIGH SPRINGS WATER 13 tho best and cheapest. Five gallons, 35c, delivered. Phone 6958. '.....-' Advertisement. Jack Walker, collector of Internal revenue. Is at Harrison attending a session of the Federal court The- Dnrdanelh Bank and - Trot Company filed suit In circuit . court to secure judgment on a note for $1,600 Victor P. Waddle.' Victor Fletcher Waddle, eleven months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Waddle," died at 11- o'clock 'yesterday morning at the family' residence, 1515 East Third street. Funeral services will be held at S o'clock this after noon from-the residence, conducted by Rev. I B. N. Hundley. Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery; Earl Wllkeraon, the six-year-old oa of Jesse Wllkerson, a barber, living at S12 1-2 Main street, was painfully injured about the -head and body at 2 o clock this afternoon when eh was knocked down at Third and Main streets In Argenta by an automobile driven by a Mr. Gibson of Little Rock. The lad was crossing the street when he was struck. Mr. Gibson stop ped the auto as soon as possible. The inlured bov was rushed t ohis home atid given medical aid and is reported resting well this afternoon. No ar rest was made. ATHLETICS III 1ST E LOSE TO (Continued from Paso 1.) lins' legs, Whitted going to thirl. Gowdy struck out. On an 'attempted double . steal . Schmidt was out,. Pen-nock to Collins to Mclnnis.. .No rurs, two hits, no errors. , k Seventh Inning. First Half tMann went into left" in place of , Connolley. Walsh walked. On a wild pitch Walsh went to aeconxl. Barry fanned and Walsh waj picked off second, Gowdy to Evcrs. It was a snurt double play. Sehang struck out. No runs, no hits, no errors. ! Second Half Collins threw out Maranville at first... liaker threw out Ileal at 6rst. Rudolph wa.'ked. Mornn fouled out to Maker. No Tiinki.oo hits, no, .errors.' ' Eighth. Inning. ' First Half Kvers' tossed out 'Pen-nock, Mann made-a brilliant catch of Murphy "s drive, cutting off a two-bagger. Oldring . filed out to Kvars. No runs, no hits, no errors. second Half livers struck out. Collins threw out Mann .at first.. Whitted 'walked. - Whitted stole second. Whitted .went to third , on a passed ball. ' tSchinidt fanned. ' No runs, ', no hits,- no errors. . . Ms- Ninth Inning. , ' First -balf Collins-fanned,-Evcrs threw out Baker, ' Mclnnis lanoc to the bat. .Deal threw , out : Mciunij at first. No runs, ' no hits, no errors. . ' '. ... Icalle Mm. , Leslie Hall! the eleven-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Hall.. 807 East Sixth street, died at 2:50 o'clock yesterday-af lie home. He is survived by his parents, two broth ers and two sisters. Funeral services will be held from the residence at i o'clock this afternoon. Burial will tie In Oakland Cemetery. . . " Pay Your Bet - j' -With a Diamond Novelty from "The House of Kempner." DIAMOND SCARF PINS $10 to 112.00. VEST CHAIN AND KNIFE With Diamond, 5.00 to 120.00. ELGIN WATCHES, $10 towards A Dollar or Two a Week Will do! I VVJ TATL BANK BUXi.l 1 '. awPwowe Kin, 'Th Original ReUable Diamond and Watch Credit House in Arkansas. , Wanted To Rent One Furnished or Unfurnished Room with board must be near Fifth and Main. Phone 457. Building; Permits leaned. - The following building permits were Issued: To Arkanaaw Water Company, to erect pumping station, including intake tunnels. . foot of Lincoln avenue,-120,000; also to remodel present pumping; station; to P. B. Hill, to erect a garage and servants' house at tiatHrHximarv tSr-tSltr-afid- sinedT)yTt'0TDeniBon street. $126; to 01 TSi ARCADE SIXTF TT?EET CENTER STREET. . Just Out of the High Rent District. inn "is SUITS Many . different styles. All with long coats and pleated skirts. .The materials are serges and diagonal cords. Colors, Negre brown, Russian i green and navy. Many of the coats are trimmed with braid. These suits are easily worth $18.00. A fortunate purchase allows us to sell them at the very low price of , : TRIMMED HATS - Velvet Shapes in black and colors. Trimmed with the popular gold or silver j .i ..... braids and ornaments. Regular $7.50 Values. $4.85 12.95 WAISTS vv In Lingerie or Pique, trimmed with lace or embroidery. Some have the ves-tee effect. AH sizes up to 46. They , are regular $1.50 values. Specially priced for a few 00-,' days at JUb SKIRTS In all the new materials and colors. Some are pleated, o'thers in . the tunic effect These" Skirts sell' for $8.00 in m o s$ stores. Our rent' saves you $2.05 as our price is op nc only PUi3J For both women and misses in messaline,. crepe de chine, silk poplin. All the wanted shades, in a variety .of styles. Included in the lot are also serges in several colors, with black silk sleeves, underskirt and sash. These dresses sell regular at $18.00 $6 $20.00. While they last, you may have four choice at 13L R. D. Duncan and W. H. Garanflo, who. are named defendants.' . The in strument was for four months, but no part of it has been 'paid. It is alleged HACKETT CITY COAL rPHONE 2276. (Advt.) ' Mrs. J. N. Stegall has returned from St. Louis, Kansas City and Sedalia, where she visited friends and relatives. PIA Yl SOME GOOD, V OU-fashioDed country ipork sausage would go hne this cool weather. Ask your butcher or grocer for the Rose Brand Country Sausage;'' Sold ..only in sealed one-pound boxes. (Advt.) Physicians at the County Hospital today report that - Mrs. William Barlow, who was assaulted at her home in Argenta-last Thursday night and receive!- painful injuries, is recovering and will bcuable to leave the hospital in a few days. Gccrge McLean, president - of the Merchants'. Transfer Company, has recovered from a serious illness, and is able to -bp at his office today. -He was confined to bis home for some time. MISS ANNE CURTIS HAS OPEN-cil her Auction Studio in the State Bank Building, Room 204 i ' Advertisement.' Miss Minnie McDonald, formerly stenographer' at "the office of Governor C!'eora'e W. Hays, has resigned her position and has established an office at rooms Nos. 401 , and 402, Bankers' Trust Building. Miss IMIcDonald and Mrs. Effio Scott, formerly of the T. H. Bunch Elevator Co., have . formed a partnership as public stenographers and multigraphers. ? - WITS CLEIANBD AND PRESSED, $1.00. Cockmion Co., Ptfoa 2433. ' ' (Advt.) August Probst, assistant secretary of the, Little Rock Board of Trade, received a postcard today from George R. Brown,, who is in Richmond, Va., saying that he is enjoying the : trip with .the bankers immensely. Stop -Those Early Bronchial Oooghs They hang On all winter if not checked,- and pave the wayrifor serious throat- and lung diseases. Get a bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, and take it freely. Stops coughs and eolds, heals raw Inflamed tnroat, loosens the phlegm and is mildly laxative. Best for children and grown persons. No opiates. For sale by Read's Drug Co. ' - Advertisement. A meeting of the School Improve ment Association of the BV H. Par- ham school will be held at 3T oVloc.k tomorrow afternoon in the rest room of the school at Fifteenth and Vance streets. The meeting is an important one and all members are urged to be present, J ohn Grice, a negro, was , tried on a charge of Tobbery, the theft of $6 tfroin Elzie Wood, on August 14. in the Arst division of the .circuit court this morning. The jury retired ten minutes before noon, but failed to reach a verdict ' and , Judge Lea excused them until . 2 , o'clock this afternoon, when they again retired to consider the evidence. " Clarence Toomey filed a suit for divorce from Maggie Toomer in chan cery court today. He charged -Jbe de serted him in 19JU. Claims against the T. H. Bunch Commission Company, which, went into the hands- of a receiver recently, were filed in chancery court this morning by the following: George W. Johnston. $23.10; Charles Smith, $18 W, E. Blackburn, $13.50. .. Apple, to repair residence at - 1801 Gaines street,' $1,000; to J. C. Geyer, to erect a residence at 421 East Twenty-first street. $$,000. -. National Painless Dentists Have Declared War on Bad Teeth and High Prices. CO Mr 01 22-k Jold and Porcelain Crowns. '. , . . . . ... . $3 to $5 22-k Gold and Porcelain Bridgework. ......... .7 .33 to Full Plates, "That Chew" ............. .". . .$5 up Painless Extraction 50c ... . . ,.,.--.) We Deliver the Goods. . : - ' Give Us a Trial and You i Will Be Pleased. Opp.-Gang &-Sons'. . . . Over Littte Roclraf er fiS53 Phone 7131. 7 'Tifislis&s& IF You Live in Little Rock USE NATURAL GAS 1 . ' ! " ' " ' - Some Suggestions Relative to the of Natural MS In preparing for the maximum winter demand,. this fr-mpany. ever ready to do that which will be for the best interests of all concerned, assures the general publie that its mains and services are in perfect condition. '. , a . . Realizing that a better understading of conditions will make for better satisfaction generally, there vill appear in the daily newspapers of Little Rock regularly a series of suggestions that if followed, will mean not only conservation, but better service, , something we are all striving for. The very cheapness and convenience of natural gas, however, causes an enormous increase -in consumption, when the temperature drops suddenly in winter, as it may do, any morning now. This increase is sometimes as great as 1,500 per cetn, and the demand comes instantaneously. . .';;'.;;;':.. .-:- ili . Help us meet it. Help your neighbor and yourself by using-' gas as sparingly as you can when these cold mornings come, and. by being prepared for them. LITTLE BWB.Bflg. & M a 00. i

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