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THE CHATTANOOGA' NEW3 SATURDAY, MARCH & 1918. ilALF SICK, HALF WELL r - ' . . A "Condition That Will Not Improvt : ' Upon Itaalf. V tn tha SprliH tha dprsInR condi tion that many call Bprlntr fever often runs through laraUiea and neighbor hoods. .This indefinite. hard-to-Secrlba tat of poor Health probably mans that you are thin-blooded and anemic. Exhausted thin blood irets thinner, low vitality falls lower, poor appetite be comes poorer. Then the thoroughly exhausted system can no longer resist, nd on comes h.B-Prostrating' UlneHS or serious disease. Treat the .lialf-slrJc, Pprlnir-tlred condition with that splendid course of medicine Hood fiarnaparllla, to for tify the Whole body; Iept.iron, to iron 1ze and make rich red blood; Hood'a Pills to Tousa tha liver to its regular daily duties. and the half -well re vives to perfect health. Each medi cine is valuable in Itself but Is trebly eo when us$d jn this combination. . Heal Shin Diseases T It is unnecessary for you to uncr 'ecxema. blotches, ringworp, rashes and Smiltx ki troubles. A tittle ino. .obtained at an d 't0 l0'J SLOO for extra large bottle, and promptly applied will usually give "Jfj from Itching torture. It cleanses and aootnW thefekln id beals quickly and affectively most skin diseases. Zemoia a wonderful, penetrating, dis . appearing liquid and is soothing to the i&Mec.te hv It to notgressy easily applied ana ana ave u . the B. W. Boat Co, Clavoland. a Dr. Strecker ChronicVncl Special Diseases j Venous Treatments Skin. Cancer, Tumors 'iHwAwBnlMIni "f1 ChaHannofa, ' No. S W. SWbth Hi., at MatkM I Tannaaaaa iumilro u ( DO THIS- Rub rWbea the Children Cough, Musterole on inroais !; and Chests No telling how Boon the symptoms msy develop Into croup, or worse. And then's , ' when you're glad you have a jar of Mu. ' teroto at hand to give prompt, sure re lief. It does not blister, - Aa first aid and a certain remedy, Musterole is excellent Thousands of mothers know It You should keep a jar in the house, ready for instant use. t ' It la the remedy for adults, too. Re lieves sore throat, bronchitis, tonsllitis, ' croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, head. '"lache. congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago, paina and aches of back or Joints, sprains, sore muscles, chilblains, frosted feet and colds of the chest (it Often prevents pneumonia). 30C and 00c Jars; hospital aire $2.50." Hi - 411 It-ii mm JhtH tiny CAPSULf I e7iwtrl to6ilrn af Copilbd, Oubbi ar MMtiw,iiid mums in (midy) 14 HOUR! tha ' Mm 4tnu wltk nt laooavtalaaoaM jPDMONDSOp ESchoolofBusinesjM Shorthand, Typwrltlnit, Hookkiiiliig, Hanking, rninanll, Civil Hcrvlre and nil romurarulai hriuicliea. liidl vldtml '.natruetlon. PAY and N10HT BC11O0U C. W. EDMONDSON, I.L.Il.M.AiTta.. I'rral. Sth Floor Volunlerr Htato l.ifn HI. lit. Automobile lusurance Tbia Ii all we aak for Insurance, why pay mure? Ford, any niodfl ISO. 00 Maxwell, any model. ... v. . .13(1.00 Oakland, any model .....:( (in Haeon. any model :m.oo l'JU-1917 Hiiltk "4" 30U Chevrolet, any mrxiii $4iM0 txyilf. any niodrl 4J.M) ' Other model In proportion. Heller phone ua today. SIDNEY B. ELMORE & CO. S18 Ham. Nat. 6k. Bids. M. 1273 SPEEDY PASSAGE OF BILL URGED Plan Waterpower Legislation to Protect Rights of Public and of Private Capital. Washington, March 2. Changes In tha pending administration watar power bill, to mors elsarly express the tntent of the legislation, were rec ommended today to Chairman Sims, of the house special water power committee, by Secretaries Baker, Lane and Houston, who drew the measure. They urged speedy passage of the bill to as to stabilize the power industry generally and encourage the building of extensions to existing projects. "Water power legislation," aald the' letter from the secretaries, "should have In view not only the maintenance of tha rights otthe, public in the na tional resources, but also the adequate protection of private capftal by which such resources are developed. . The bill before you seems to do both. After careful consideration however, it la believed that certain changes In lan guage could be made .which would more clearly express the Intent of the proposed legislation. ' . , OFFICERS ORDERED FROM CAMP SEVIER ' (Special to The Nws.) Greenville. 8. C, March I. MnJ. E. C. Von Tresckow, of Camden, H. C, hus been ordered (jranuferred to Camp Wadsworth and has been relieved from duty with his nresent command In the old First Houth Carolina regiment, te report to the commanding officer at Camp Wadsworth, near Hpartanburg, for duty. In compliance wun an or der from Wflshington calling for the transfer from Camp Hcvler to Camp Wadsworth of all surplus national guard officers to fill up the olllcers' strength of the skeletonised regiments recently sent there from Charlotte, it was announced officially toaay inax the following other officers had born ordered tranHferred: Copts. Harry 1. Manners, Nashville; Ixuls A. Urown, Concord, N. C: A. H. Kreenmn, WayncKvlllo, N. C: Charles I. Hard. 117th infantry; Frank K Walker. 117th infantry; Krayser Hlnton, JlUlh Infantry; from Memphis': Kilward T. Jones, Aahovllle; Kdward C. Cass and Tim 8. Hyphens, 31th Infantry. GERMANY FEARS LOSING MILITARY ADVANTAGES Amsterdam, March 2. The Nieuwn Rnttprdamschn Courant 'prints a long interview with a ."persoiiHge who 're turned recently from a week's visit to Berlin," where ha talked with a dum ber of prominent persons, Including Huron von' lcm fU8sche-Iladderi-liauaca, under secretary for foreign affairs; Dr. l)rews, Trusslun minister of thn Interior; Ir. Holf. minister of colonies, and Ueut.-Oen Von Hteln, I'riiMHlau-JuUilaUr ,at war. The consensus of opinion, the visitor gathered, whs that the greatest dliri cully In arriving at peace negotiations Is that (lermnny dare not or will not rclmiulHh any military advantage, un less certain that peace negotiations nnve a rhatiCH for success. Jte r.nds: "They agreed perfectly, for instance, with my. objections ngaiiiHt bombing London, and admitted that for the aiike of peace It. were better tb"y stopped. Yet, they said, tho rnlds must contlniio for military reasons." PLANNING FOR ANNlAL! CONFEDERATE REUNION T If goa can intellicnfh represent Ivorncr lire ireaimcni iefcla PufHanw. StopaSlow jttkM. Kjnrea at normal nflauon. Prtacrvea rultber. atWmalh' drertia'd. 1 here a a Us Ubaral profit (or you. ' lint the leada we u. 1U Compel KIOBV. T nil Oetaila. Car ownm pre- ;ai r rMO M'rb cq . NEWARK. N.J. I 7- Tulna, Okla.. March J. Ueports that TiiIbii had wlthdrawa Its Invitation to the Confederate veterans to hold their 1918 reunion In this city, owing to the War, were denUiA today by the, loral committee havlinSfn charge, arrange ments for thfj gathering of old Holdlers but. It was stated, the reunion prob ably would be postponed from the date originally set Hi June to some t lino in September. Th committee will meet tonight to perfect its plans anil definitely decide upon tho dates, " The announcement ty lhe lornl com mittee, followed n statement Issued by lnreetor-tlrnorn! McAdoo, of the rail road ndnilnlHti'Htlon. giving assurances Unit nileiiuate equipment would bo pro vided for tha transportation of veter ans and visitors to This rlty and that the railroads would be authorized to make a special sate of a cent a mile for the reunion. BRITISH CAPTURED 318 PRISONERS IN MONTH London. March !.- In February the lli-lilnh trttil XI' ni-Unlipri nn Ihi llelglan-Fraui'o front. Including sixteen oltlceis, says the official stiid inent Ik- aued tnnlKht. Twenty machine guns I ...... II, t,tit i.r nl.ii U'.M. .'tttt- ti ml i'i i-i " " lured. PortiiKUrsc troops toilny tiroushl In a few prisoners rs a reaiin 01 pairoi encounters. ' WANT PACKERS TO PAY WOMEN MEN'S WAGES Chicago, MbitIi 1. Counsel for the puckers lit the arbitration brnctng of tho dispute with th empkiyes an uouncrd that they 'would clwse tlirit eiise today, prepnmtory to final ariru. inriitj mid rebuttal. The workers mint an right -hour Uay and equal pv lor woineu doing the sains work AS men. The case Is expected to be In the hnn1 of J ml lie Samuel Alscbuler, arbitrator selected by Secretary of hor WlNon. by the middle of next week. Taking of testimony In the fed eral tnule coiiinililon's Inipilry Into the H(Tnrs of 1be psckeia will he re Mimed on Monday, ilnlsloit liavlnn been reschell to hold no session today. ,., RESTRICTIONS ON COAL PURCHASES MODIFIED Memphis, JU'i'li 2. Id ti u lions placed by the fuel udiiiluiKiiHtluii on the ale of coal to diiimstir ioiihuiii eis In TemiesM'c, which In Id pilr clmi to two-ton h;. li ne Lien mod illrd til allow bouse hold , i s to put nil,, tin lr blni during the month- . f M.irc'i iiml April fn per rent, of their iioittml nnnufil lequlreiiietHs. Copies of nil cr di r to that effect. Issued ,v W K. Meyer, atate fuel admlnlstr:itoi. r terelved here today. Mr. Mrnr Im. ml vised mines to sell 1lrert to eon sinners, either Individually or tn c.uhs of several householder. In cnrlond bd and dlrectel the mtnes rot to c.iiti.ict for the s-ile of entire output so tu cxcludo the niluig of Individual orders. This action was taken, it waa ex plained, to provide against conditions which existed during the past winter owing to railroad congestion and re sultant fuel shortages. SAN ' FRANCISCO FAMILY HELD BY GERMAN CREW Copenhagen,' March 2. John Cam eron, captain of the American schooner Beluga; his wife, Mary, and their 4-year-old daughter; JnniU. of San Fran Cisco, were the only American pris oner on board the Spanish steamer Igotz Mend!, which went ashore on the northern extremity of Jutland, Den mark, 'while attempting to reach a Ger man port. Capt.' Cameron saya that the Germans fed and treated al! of the prlsonera well until' ft Japanese euc ceeded In. escaping, after which ' all were kept below for twenty-eight days, A German official statement of Feb. 25 stated that the German auxiliary cruer Wolf had(returned home after fifteen months In the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific oceans. A British admi ralty communication of the same date said that the Wolf sank eleven ships and a number of sailing vessels. Later reports showed that the Igotz , Mendl, after her capture last May, was placed In charge of a prixe crew and a num ber of prisoners from the sunken ves sels transferred to her. The Igots Mendl followed the. Wolf for four months until they were separated south of Ireland. The German prize crew has been Interned. HEARINGS RESUMED ON ' ' " ' 'SENATOR. KING'S MEASURE -I Washington, March 2. -Hearings on tho resolution of .Senator King, of Utah, providing for the revoking of the charter of the Natlonnl German American alliance on grounds that it Is an unpatriotic organization were resumed today before the senate sub Judlclary committee. The witnesses summoned today Included E. Lowry Humes, of I'lttsburg, federal district nttorney; former Representative Bar tholdt, of St, Louis, and S. G. Van Bosse, of Wilmington, Del., president, and Adolph Tlmm, of Philadelphia, secretary of the organization. NEW YORK'S FORMER POLICE CHIEF WILL FLY Washington, March 2. Arthur Woods, former pollco commis sioner of New York City, who re cently associated himself with the, committee- on public Information, has resigned to accept a commis sion as lieutenant-colonel in the flying corps. WANT PHOTOGRAPHERS TO TEACH IN ARMY SCHOOL Washington. March 2. One thousand men trained In photographic work are wanted for instruction at the, new army school for uerlal photography, which opens March 10 at Kochester, N. Y., according to a coll Issued today by th. signal corps. Men not physi cally lit for line service are declared eligible for this branch, us defective vision and other minor physical dis abilities are waived. The primary training at Kochester will continue four weeks. Tho suc cessful graduates will be given a month's advanced training, after which they will tie, organized into units and sent over seas. ANTI-SUFFRAGISTS TO . - PUBLISH PAPER INVOLVE RETIRED NAVALOFFICER Chicago Manufacturers Ar 'raigned on Charge, of ' ;r Conspiracy.. Washington, .March 2. The Na tional Association Opposed to Woman HulTriigo announced yesterday that H soon would liugin publication of n new juiwHpnpir . lit .Washington,, to ho known 'The Woman Patriot," and to Include. Col. Henry Watterson,, of liouisvllle, among Its contributing edi tors. Tho paper will succned and take over tho Hlibacrlptlon lists of the Woman's .Frotest, for five yenrs the official organ of the anti-suffragists. "AiUI-Snftrnge-NotMl" and tho "Be monstrsmws" according to the an nouncement, Wll be devoted to the hiimev end national defense against woman juiCfrage, feminism and social ism. .. , PASTOR RUSSELL FOLLOWERS HAD SEDITIOUS BOOKS T.oS Angeles, Cal March 2. Federal officials last night, raided the rending room and hall of the International Bi ble Student association in this city and conllacated a number of copies of "The Finished Mystery." nn aliened seditious work, which was on sale there." The International Bible Students' as sociation Is a branch of the Pastor Itussell foundation, which was raided In Brooklyn Wednesday. BEST LIVER AND BOWEL LAXATIVE FOR FAMILY USE "Cascarets" regulate women,' men and children with out injury. Take when bilious, headachy, for colds, bad breath sour stomach. ORK wWe YOU SLEEpj CHxtor oil oi UnruniH caUiml. wliv lon't ou krei 4iorrt Jiutnly In mta !,...... " s.t u.'aa t-at1 at ft i "t rttl Ilin IIUIIIl . v. tec eaii.- an. and thirty fret of bowels 10111' anntly ou " don't leallze yoii.buxr taken a cBtbaitic. but tiny act tlior- fiiiKhly nod cull le depi-n.1i ,1 upon whin r. d liver and bowel cleansuui la nii-essaiy- they move the bile miuI poison from the bowels without gnp luar anl sweten the stumach. You -nt one or two nt tilcht like raiulv and you up feelme fine. the beiiilacbe. tilloiisnra. bud In .ilth. oated tonitiie, sour slomaili. r-oitt-pntlfin. or t'ad cold dls.tpp, ,irj. Moth ers should give mm. sirk. ff rinn or bilious children n whole Cnvmii any time they rc harmless and sa'f for the little folks (Adv.) Chicago, March ' 2. Henry H. Lip pert and , hie eon, Ralph H. Lippert, who were arrested, last night- on chargee of conspiring to defraud the government In the 'furnishing of army uppliee and with whose case ha been linked the name pf Brig.-Gen. Thomae Cruse, U. 8. A were admitted to bail in bonds of $10,000 each today. . Ar raianment wti.Ht for March 12, and 'while awaiting arrival of aurtties the older Lippert dilcussed the charges. ''The' Wrqiyr construction has been placed on ray relation with. Gen. Cruse and . the. quartermaster's department, ' he said. "I have known Gen. Cruse for" fourteen years and ' have arways found ,him an, upright gentleman' and a real'aoldicr. . Defends Gen. Cruee. T have handled contracts for army supplies in i the neighborhood of $1,. 000.009, but I - obtained them on the basis of the.. lowest competitive bids. Furtherrnqra, tie a. . Ci une , had . retired from -the army when ha becafne my agent, and he obtained the consent of the Judge advocate-general to become our Washington agent, lie did noth ing In our interest and had no oppor tunity to do anything until after he retired from the quartermaster's de partment. I will prove at the proper time that our relations have been en tirely honorable." . . . POSTOFFICE SHORTAGE PLACED AT 113,788 ' Portsmouth, Va., March 2. Post office inseetors today definitely fixed at $13,788 the shortage in the accounts of Stephen C. Pace, until Wednesday assistant posrTnaHter here. on tneir recommendation, Brodle S. Herndon, stamp clerk whose methods of ac counting were disapproved, was sus pended. Thin action, they stated, has no conneoflon with the Pace cose.' which has been set for hearing before United Ktates CommlnHioner Stephen son at Norfolk March 13. I ?ta&ia5fa 1 Announcement Children Cry , FOR FLETCHER'S CASTOR I A i SH R. P. (BOB) BASS For 7 of ( Hamilton County Subject to Action of Democratic Pri maries ApriL 24, 1918. ."i ; :'.i:-,,;-t Sir.- ' " y " ?w &4 'T-v "vi ' ". r"i 'SA ' F t W- ' - I am qualified by experience to give you satisfactory service. I promise an honest regard for my oath of office as an official representing all of the people. ' T - rpKnprf fnllv nV vonr consideration. "'.'-..' 'What Unioi L tit . Strike alboF Thinks of TTTT7 lin W ar- rune. The March 2d. insists that c-ive up its published in this week's issue of THE LITERARY DIGEST minority which speaks for socialists and Vworking class" radicals Two weeks ago striking carpenters in Eastern shipyards were recalled to their tasks only by a direct message from the White House, in which the President concluded his remarks by asking them, "will you cooperate or will you obstruct?". " , For the' benefit of our readers who may have been led to wonder whether labor .really intends to cooperate or -obstruct, we have asked the editors of many journals representing organized labor whether in their opinion disaffected labor in war industries should accept Government arbitration instead of striking. replies are While the minontv which spe labor, jn the words of the Wheeling Majority, "should never in war or peace riJht to strike." other labor editors reflect a different opinion. For instance, the Labor World (Duluth) savs that "No American workinmen who have any regard for their country and the great principles of huirtan liberty and democracy which are at stake in this war, will do one. act that will delay for a single moment the building of a ship or the production of'an article needed to feed, clothe, or equip our boys in France or in training at home." , .':. v . Get THE LITERARY DIGEST this week if you would obtain a clear insight into the attitude t of American labor toward, the war. Other articles of great interest in this number arei . ' The Need for a Bolo Pasha Verdict in This Country Editorial Opinion on the Marked Difference in the Treatment of Spies and Traitors in the United States and the Same Types of Individual in Europe Saving One Million Tons of Shipping Profit and Loss of the Meatless Mondays Is Alsace-Lorraine German? Bone-Dry Canada Rubber Substitutes How a Stage Deluge Is Operated Parcel Post 4,000 Miles by Truck Food Values ' (Prepared by U. S. Food Administration) German Eyes on Art in Russia 1 The Bolsheviki Antagonizing Religion Many Striking Illustrations, Russia at Germany's Mercy What' Germany Has and Has Not Learned in This War Artificial Anthracite . , Saving Soil by Dynamite The Patriotic Garden The Secret of German Dyes Moral Training in the American Army (Prepared by U. S. Bureau of Education) Our "Corner in the Foreign Field" Refitting the Y. M. C A. to War Including Humorous Cartoons . To Prevent Your Missing "The Digest", Each Week Tlir i such an immense national demand for THE LITERARY DIGEST each week that news dealers sell out their supplies within a few hours after THE DIGEST is placed on sale. So that purchasers may be sure of getting their magaiine weekly, we would suggest that when they buy this week's DIGEST they instruct their news-dealers to reserve a copy of next week's issue for them; when they buy their DIGESTS next week order copies for the following week, and sa on. In this way, the news-dealers will be guided as to the number of copies to order in advance and our Batrons will not be forced to go without THE IGEST because of all copies being sold out when they reach the news-stand. Mark of Dlstlostlen to 1 1 a Raadar af I y Tha Utarary Dta J March 2d Number on Sale To-day All News-dealers 10 Cents The 1 V w u al A I I mtunmman g at FUNK & WAGNALLS COMPANY (Publishers of the Famous NEW Standard Dictionary). NEW YORK J I".