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Hot Springs Sentinel Record (Newspaper) - May 01, 1917, Hot Springs, ArkansasClassified columns my Bent a Worb earn insertion. Positively All Blass Ifie Abs Babb wanted wanted a music Saleslady and Topi to. S. H. Kres a o. -1-214-11 wanted a music Saleslady and Iii to. S. 11. Kres Ait o. 4-29-lt wanted a music Saleslady and Ciftci t. 8. In. Kres co. 1-29-11 wan Ted second hand Ford. Phone to n wan i a Good local agent Relia ble energetic experienced canvasser fun samples. Send references. Buehl 1909 w. 21st st., do Angeles,1 fit. Jan i de nurse girl for child 2 fairs old. Phone 2312. 1-29-3 highest Pur k paid for second Unnl-2t ? ? fasted e st Claas Cook none i her need apply. Mrs. M. Mendel. 101 i ventral ave. 5-l-2t in Square Iron & Metal company buyers of All kinds of junk. F Valley st phone 269. 2-6-17 highest Market prices i Iid for a Iron Metal r and ran them Iron and Metal co 621 Ltd ave. 1houo 1.169, 2-tf for rent knt modern furnished apartments and rooms prices liable phone 2" or � 91. t Kent nicely furnished cot is and Flats All modern Eon Lenics lit per month and up. E Park Avenue ear to Dell st lire i t Dell. Phone -t.�ir, mgr. Full a spa rtmentstw77nd 3 n apartments modern or eth Klass accommodations hot and running water. Mrs. K. Slenning j.mgr., 308 Park be. Phone 10-213. I Derby 616 to. Ave. Foil modern rooms and apartments f thing Furni bed for House keep \ Gas for cooking and heating is $ 1.50 i or week and up. Phone i mrs. ?. A Brady. 1-27-tf Plaza Light housekeeping ment and furnished rooms Allrn enclosed sleeping porches Laiful location opposite v. 8. Kun d sudent residence. 610 Reserve phone 854. Mrs. M. F. Ireen. J Ikpi a a 7\ p \ rom ends to. 1 i k Pla a. Phone 1857. Strictly mod-1 newly furnished hot and cold Ping water Gas. Electric lights and i. Rates including laundry 1. $4 per week. 4-t-tf crib and Light housekeeping apart its thus . To i or till Forner Park ave. 1 i of for rent Thos. H. Doherty furnished cottages cd Etui Ami Homelike j blocks from Center of City. Rates $12 per month and up. 705 Malvern ave. Phone 860 or 507. Cor. Malvern and Jefferson for Ren a sleeping r housekeeping rooms a 50 and r. 4-3mk for rent modern 1. 2, 3, 4-rocm apartments All conveniences Ana Bath laundry included. 137 Crest st. And no. 11 Carlton Terrace. Phone 1551. Rooms $1.00 week up. 10-15-tf for Kent four room cottage. My Street three books Froum to Rte disc equipped for wat a lights and Gas $6 per month. W. A. Davis Tare Hump Williams hardware co. T-29-lit for Athol desirable Modem furnished cottages. 521 Park Avenue. Phone 820. 4-26-tt for rent furnished 4-room cottage Gas. Light and water Call i 23 Cen trial ave. 4-14-tr. I Al. Kent to a Squall family for the s Immer at a reasonable Price 5-room Well furnished hot hath Gas electric lights and water i ii front and rear Yard Ross. Cowers Large Fine veranda Etc. Ai ply to or John h. Lew 668 ouachita ave., or to John 11. Lewis 625 Central ave 4-24-tf housekeeping apartments and rooms one Block South of Como hotel. Hot and cold running water in every room All newly furnished. 111 Parker Avenue. Mrs. Anna new som. Phone 1435. For rent five Roooto House including hath hot and cold water lights and Gas on car line. Rent lid per month. Phone 313. 4-21-tf for rent the e room apartment Ose Iti water lights. G is and Bath. Phone 23n. 3-1-tf for rent to o Story l i dig suit Able for grocery drug or general store Good Opp Tunley for Rev Man seven living rooms upstairs show rates counters and Wall casts go with store reasonable rent Corner Central and hinder on avenues. Al of Good Llvell horse and Light buggy for Sale. Phone jul k Krisby 289. 4-22-tf for Skint modern appointed furnished cottages on Cedar Street. Apply 2t 9 Cedar Street of Telephone 299. 4-18-tf for rent rooms for rent s re front room hip la e Danihy. Phone 171. 3-28-t. For rent Yon Cun secure nicely furnished room with a private family Liy Cal ins Telephone i 38. 2-lil-tf h . Rates reasonable 132 1-2 Central Are. Phone . Steam heat. Or p. Shannon. to for Sale for Safe before 1 open us e tucs a at u sacrifice for $ 2h. Furniture of 12-Rooni Lio Al till new end up to Plato. Come at once. Uhl is Malvern Avenue. 4-29-2t salesmen to cull on professional men. Established Trade. Steady per a manent income. State age experience. Also one for outside. I o Fox 121, Philadelphia a. 4-29-21 fans Foit Salk six in fans for Sale cheap us Good As new. Apply Princess theater. 4-2lt-tf for Salk in acres unimproved Naa Good everlasting Spring near two schools one Church one uni t Booth go i links a of 0 per acre. Address a. I. Merritt a k. 1. So. Boxx 4-10-17 Ai to for sack two passenger car Well appointed and very cheap for Cash. Gee i cd Gwyn stand in front of Frisby s Gale. To foil Saiji apr or on roadster elec True starter and lights new tires a bargain. John beavers at Phelps Auto co. 4-28-tf for Salic or Kex Niang k Hir Larry property Large Brick store building with six jiving rooms Overl Iead All modern with grocery and Fesi store n connection. Also Good barn and ditto go rage Iti rear. It. Beaver 1 19-021 Llo i on ave. Phone 998 5-1 r foils Vij Jav one five galled k a. T Leiis addle Livorse and Oue Ken Tucky combination Liore and trap. A up � y major Kiuta. Army oud Navy Hospital perfect models. 3-23-tf for opera so Igig Canary Birds 119 Whittington ave. 5-1-3t m r Sale con to Itonery and Groc Ery 1 28 Park Avenue Dong Good of h business. Phone 897. 124-1 m for 9m.k 11 Den or Dairy farm a half its value it taken in eur Days. A k. Allen phone 2 179. 5 29-1 m up i Ark on of had health no 1 grocer. And Market at Moo be prices doing Good business. Phone 800 or 517. -t-10-tf for re three tra s of loud on Malvern Road Between Chy limits and t out re club one tra t 0 acres one 10 and one 2 car Gas pne crosses 10 acres. Yinqu re air. A .1 Mooney route no. 2. 2-17-t for Sale. Id Icin a one nue rom City on White Siu Jilin Road Best bargain in City must be sold at once. Price $ t a acre. Terms Tan be arranged. Cd Jehu Latia Jle Alty co. 2-17-tf Roll Sale one Inea mar Ket a d one first clots grocery and Ltd in Ine both Good location. Phone merchants association a Phi for Sale one 5-Batssenccr Ford 1h6 Model fir.-1 lass condition John heavers at Phelps Auto Supply. 4-28-tf for Sale Oil Tuai a Law Lydtin a Kansas near Texarkana for hot Springs property also North Arkan Sas Mountain Laud. Write 265 Cedar Street or Yhone 2468. 4-29-st i or Salk new 1 Root no House cheap. See k. A. Blake y. No 8 Canyon st. 4-26-Lwk for Sale Large Roll afe and furniture. Phone 1610. 4-26-tf for Salk Remington no. 10 Type writer. Phone 12944. 4-1 7-tf fresh butter Coats too much Money. Phone 628 or 146 and have demonstrator Call and show you How to save Money on your living expenses by Iii ing a. Guaranteed pure and whole some article at a Price within the Liidi of All. Hot Springs better no co. Old Wheelock. Manager. 1-24-1 or pm or Renta Nice heme. a i one half acres of Laud with five Doctu c. Concrete cellar l us Well sixty fruit Trees Chicken Iio Uki a and table Allun Der Good w ire Fence. Four Block West from Oaklawn race track near Oaklawn school. Inquire at ins Alcorn ave. 2-2-a-tf for Bay Mare. 9 years old heavy with foal also Wagon buggy and harness Heap if taken at once. Call 232 Alt. Ida. Phone 191h. 4-2-tf for sale1914$ Ford Tan be seen at garage. Malvern ave. Phone t$70. 4-28-2t Rector Ano Sawyer. The partnership Between e. W. Rec tor nod myself having been dissolved by the Dexiu of air. Rector i so All continue the practice of Law under the firm name of Ilfe tor and Sawyer heretofore used this continued use of Hig name Haas Bijj by to generously suggested and permitted by Bis fam ily. / i. I. Sawyer. Hot Springs re Fob 9, 1917. 2 2-lf Balfour and Wilson hold lengthy conference great Britain s foreign Secretary dines informally with the president. Washington april 30. Rthur James Balfour great Britain s foreign Sec re Ary dined informally with Dent at the White House to night and afterwards the two states men had their first intimate talk. 9iuce they met a week ago. In that week or. Balfour has announced that there is no thought on the part of the allies of asking the United states to enter int a formal a Iunce of the War Asa not Germany a loan of 200,000,000 has been made to England the French commissioners have arrived War army draft Bills have passed both houses 01 Congress and informal conferences have Esb shed agreement in principle Between great Britain. France and the United state on military naval economic and financial of fairs the three governments have Coone to know Sacii oth of Tine in Quiry members of the commission or dared their first aha would be to remedy unlawful and economic Cornu tons. The comes Ion. Clothed with inquisitorial and corrective Power will work in close co operation with the agriculture department giving particular attention to violations a anti Trust lews in food distribution. Forty states were represented at the conference and four governors at tended n person Mulliken of Maine. Fraizier of North Dakota. Profi of Rhode i land and Harris of Georgia. Many of the representatives blamed the High prices o middlemen and on poor transportation methods. Some thought there was no actual food shortage and deplored the publicity Given to reports of a poor wheat crop. Hoarding by housewives and other they a d. Had taken to Meh food from Hie markets and had added to a Gen evil hysteria. Governor Frazier declared there a a something wrong with distributing is stems when Farmers last fall received less than Oue Dollar a Enslie Lor potatoes and a them sold a re Tail this Prius a More than five dollars. The state representatives were asked by the Trade commission to lend their assistance in the investigation by furnishing information Eon Law violations. Most f them i 1 remain Here Over Wondu Sedav for a c Terence with the Council of National defer. Chairman Harris of Tho Trade com Missi n later in the Day took up food situation in a Brief conference with president Wilson. Secretary it us ton went Over the food situation during the Day at two conferences one with the Heads of the country s big produce poultry butter mid egg exchanges and the o her with editors of fifty women s magazines. Tho editors were called Here by Secretary for a d in further ing the agriculture department s food conversation plans. They promised to open their a tuning to the depart ment s experts in teaching wartime household Tood Eefou my mud backyard Garden no 3n the Bouse besides the administration Mea ure a Bill was Intro Ducco by representative Sale la of Ellitt. S to regu ate Tho prices of necessities of life through a Federal commission. The Senate agriculture committee c tinned hearings on food Legisla Tion. The c referred to a sub committee senator Oronna s Bill i prohibit Tho use of grains and fruit in the manufacture of Alo hoi during the War. N o action on this measure is looked for until the committee has c a clouded work on Ether phases of the food problem. A. Large part of the government 9 Revenue now comes from the tax on liquors and this i 1 be considered in a study of the Bill. Taking Over ships. Washington. April 30.by Urani Mous v107.30 dollars and hero to. my Lund a Slier if th1#. The 10th Day or april. In 17. o. Off Muflih sheriff. Lit i. It , Deputy sheriff. Baseball results american league. Standing of team. Club to. B. Pet. Hoston 9 t .692 new York 8 6 2533 Cleveland. H 8 .529 Chicago 19 6 .623 st. Louis 7 3 .167 Philadelphia 6 8 .429 Detroit 5 9 .357 Washington 1 998 Rumler drop in winning run. Cleveland. April 3u st. Louis made it to lieu straight from Cleveland to Day by a Core of 1 to Kumler u Pinch letter driving in the winning ton. S Pitcher walked ten True re. L to were effective with men on the base Isi. Louts puled off the first to pc play of the season in the a x a. Evans and Orneil had walked. Turner batted for Lambeth. He at tempted to sacrifice but a Low Fly to Austin who threw to Kenworthy Cov eting in retiring o Neill. Ken Worth yes t irow to Lavau completed the play. Score it ii r st. Letts .,.919 012 0004 9 1 a Velund of Jat 92ii 802 7 2 Davenport Lirk Hamilton Hotho Ron and severed Covele vie. Itch traught Victory when Dostou deflated p til Adelphia 6 to today. The lo3ton Man was hit often Bat received Briliant support. During the Phila Delphia batting practice. Witt the vis iting shot Stop became Lancen Edt is teammate. Al mar Myers charging attn v. Ii throwing bean balls and threw i t Bat at the Pitcher. Myers ran up to the plate but the two Siom were separated before any blow were struck and Myers was sent to the clubhouse by a anger Mack. Score r h e Philadelphia 100 00n 0293 10 3 to ton .131 900 91 x6 12 0 l Johnson Seibold and Schaug i Ali and Thomas. New York won in tenth. Washington. April 39.new York life ate Washington in ten innings today t to 3. N Ina maker walked in the tenth was Safe iat second on a wild throw of shockers sacrifice took third Oil a double play that retired shocker and Gilhooley and Send of High s single. Score r h e new York 919 910 010 1-4 0 0 Washington .010 900 119 93 9 2 shocker and Nunamaker Timona gal a and Henry. Of bikers strike cause of much inconvenience strike has caused a decrease of 1,300,000 loaves in Chica goes daily bread Supply Chicago april 30.Chicago Grap pled vainly today with the Bakers strike and tonight it seemed that prospects of an immediate settlement and the alleviation of the. Threatened bread famine were Remote. In preventative of the strikers whose action has closed 15 of the City s Lead ing bakeries and about 70 smaller ones with a resultant decrease of about 1,500,000 loaves in Chi Cagos daily bread Supply and a delegation of employers conferred with the mayor. After the conference it was announced tha there had been no definite re sults and both side3 asserted an in Tention to fight h out. A second con Ference with to mayor will be held Morrow. As a result of the Ruh upon smaller bakeries unaffected by the strike several o them a tempted to equalize distribution by Selling Only one loaf to a customer while others decreased the time of the loaf. Construction of two Large bake oven1 with a combined capacity of 6,001 pounds of bread daily v As begun at the great lakes naval station which has depended on the c to Supply. Izolt a dispersed strike sympathizers in several sections the trouble being particularly Manifest in the Maxwell treet District where men and women used kerosene to j Onia Over bread bang brought out of ghetto shops. Robert a. C fiilds special United states District attorney began an investigation Fate today to determine whether the Pike was m violation of War measures it being asserted that no interference with government ship ment of supplies would be Permutt d. The strikers ask. Increased wages Shorter hours and the right to up prove or dismiss All bakery forc Meu. The big Baker entered their Prin Cipal objection. On the latter demand. Of Oregon is Short of foodstuffs and labor Portland. Ore., april Oregon is suffering a w de spread shortage of wheat Grain Catt Hay and labor according to a report compiled by 11 county Areata of the Oregon Agri cultural College made Public today. St res of several towns Are preparing to close five Days a weeks of All Avail Able men Ami Hoy can work in the Fields. Southern association. Standing of team. Clubs won lost pet. New organs 11 7 till Atlanta 10 9 .5211 Chattanooga 10 .526 Birmingham i 9 .526 Memphis 9 9 .506 Nashville 9 10 .474 Little Rock 7 10 .474 Mobile & 14 203 Chattanooga bunched hit. Chattanooga. Tenn., april 30.chat Tanooka bunched hits in the fifth in Ning today and Defeated Nashville. 5 to 2. Nashville scored one Tun aria idled the in the ninth inning when Sheehan filed to right Field for the third out. Paddock. Chattanooga outfielder broke his leg sliding to Sec Ond base to the fifth inning. The prob ably wll be out of tile game for the remainder of the season. Score r ii e. Nashville .000 Mikil 00b2 7 2 Chattanooga .t�10 040 5 8 0 Fon Narl and Street Merritt fun a Knehens. Little Rock and Memphis tie. Little flock \ri,., april 30.out fielder Brant Chi i Lay no h s first game with the Memphis club drove in two run with single Aud tied the score alter two were out in the ninth of to Day s game with 1.title. Rook. When darkness ended the contest Afler the twelfth inning the score std was tied 5-5. Score r h k Memphis .100 o2o 062 006 5 if 0 Little Rock .211 660 100 6005 14 2 Willett inc fool and r a Phill p and Chauman. Birmingham s stick work won. Birmingham. Ala. April 5 boor Philadelphia g to ,." inc Innvik it it .474 Pittsburgh 7 11 .38ft Brook in 3 7 Jocia Iii feeling in game. Philadelphia april i0.Philadelphia made four hits off Rudolph n he third inning today and the rally won the game from Boston. 3 to 2. There was considerable ill feeling Hown Between i the teams once when Alexander was at Bat. Umpire Quigley bad to step in be when the former and Rudolph to Stop an argument. Rudolph running Al the Way to the plate to make his remarks. Sooner r. H. E. Boston to too 0002 7 l Philadelphia .003 000 00xc g 2 Rudolph and Gowdy Alexander and a Kuhfers. Texas league. H our ton 0, Waco 2. San an onto h. Shreveport 7. Galveston 2. Dallas 3. Beaumont 2, fort Worth 7. American association. Toledo t. Milwaukee 0. Louisville Minneapolis rain. Coin bus to. Paul rain. Indiana Pous Kausas City rain of hot Springs won. After a slump the Arkansas giants evaded the Vel w jacket sting at Whittington Park yesterday and won. Smoky Joe and Tootsie Williams Bat ten f r the Home club won for the locals. The Formes had wonderful control and Speed and the latter hit a Home run to left Center in he eighth. The Waco team was unset by the k-7 Victory
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