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THE CHATTANOOGA NEWS MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1918. WARMER AND FAIR PREDICTED Killing Frosts Reported at Ral eigh, N. C, and Macon, Ga., Sunday Night. HOURLY READINGS. MARCH 11. 3 a.m 35 . 9 a.m 38 4 a.m. 35 10 a.m 42 5 a.m 34 11 a.m 49 ( a.m 34 12 m 64 7 a.m 33 1 p. m 67 S a.m 34 2 p.m 59 Weather at 2 p.m., clear; hu midity, 12 noon, 84. Local Forecast. Fair and warmer tonight and Tuefday. Eiver Forecast. The river will rise slowly at Chatte nooga and Bridgeport tonight and Tues day. The lower river will remain nearly stationary. Lookout Mountain Readings (For Twenty-four Hours Ending 7 a.m.) - Highest temperature 48 Lowest temperature 26 Wind N. Weather '. Clear. Local Data. ' Temperature for twenty-four hours: Highest yesterday. 64; lowest Inst night, S3; mean, 44. Corresponding date last year: High est, 72: lowest, 4!); mean, CO. Normal for this date, 60. Accumulated deficiency In mean tem perature since Jan. 1, 4R digroes. Relative humidity (per cent): 7 p.m., 4R: 7 a.m.. Kfi. Precipitation for twenty-four houra ending 7 a. m. today, .0 Inch. Total precipitation since Jan. 1, 11.51 Inches. Accumulated deficiency Is 0.93 Inch. Highest wind velocity for twenty-four hours ending 7 a.m. today, twenty-six miles, north. , . River stage at 7 a.m. ffeel. 9.7.' , Rise in twenty-four hours (feel), 0.5. Weather Conditions. The crest of a high-pressure Rrea over lies the middle Atlantic states and Is at tended by clear weHther and low tem peratures. Killing- frost occurred at nalclgh. N. C., and light at Macon, Oa. The atmospheric pressure Is low over the western portion of the country, with centers of depression at Sheridan and ftoseburg. causing general precipitation over the raelflc slope. Heavy amount fell at Los Angeles. NEWS of WORLD MARKETS 'lEFFORTTO CROSS PIAVE FOILED IMPROVEMENT ON STOCKS GENERAL New York. March 11. Copper fur nished the basla of strength at the firm but dull opening of today's stock market. Anaconda and Inspiration gaining a point each. Mexican Petroleum and Southern Railway preferred scored eimllar ad vances and coal shares indicated further accumulation under lead oil Reading, jje high Valley and Chesapeake & Ohio. United States Steel reacted a fraction, but immediately recovered. Further gen eral improvement waa made In the first half-hour. Liberty bonds were steady. Rails became more active In the after noon. New Haven's 2-polnt rise being ac companied by extreme gains of 1 to 2 points in coalers. Pacifies and low priced western issues also shared in the movement. Rails .' steels and specialties sought higher levels in the final hour, the gen eral list also Improving. The closing: was strong. Liberty 3's sold at 97.48 to 97.66. first 4s at 96.36 to 96.60 and second 4s at 96.22 to 96.42. NEW YORK STOCK LIST, Satur- Mon day, day. American Beet Sugar ....... WH4 791i American Can .... 40 '4 4 Pa American uar ana Foundry . 79 -77 American Locomotive ...... 86 66 American omening and iter, nivt A merlon n Sugar Refining . ..JOS' Anaconda Copper , 3li Atchison 6!4 Kaldwin Locomotive 77 lialtlmore and Ohio 64 M Bethlehem Steel 7'4 Canadian Paeilie 145'4 Central Leathr 71 u RALLY FOLLOWS SLIGHT DECLINE Chicago, March 11. Liberal receipts toduy eased the corn market. , Fine weather here tended also to give the bears an advantage. Opening prices, which stood unchanged with May S1.274fc. were followed by a, slight downturn and j at an advance of 2 to 13 points, but re COTTON GAINS SEVERAL POINTS New York. March 11 The cotton mar ket showed renewed nervunsness early today, with fluctuations Irregular. Llv eraool did not fullv meet the local decline of Saturday and the opening was steady then by something of a rally, Oats showed relative firmness. After opening o off to a like advance, with May ' 89 to 89. the market steadied at the ton of the initial range, Lower quotations on hogs weakened provisions. Trade was very dull Futures closed steady at the same as Saturday's finish to He lower, with March $1.28 and May 11.27 K. RANGE OF PRICES ON THE CHICAGO Chesapenke and Ohio Chi., Mil. and St. p Chi., R. I. and J'. Ry. .,, Chlno Copper 'olorado Fuel and Iron .. 'oluinhla (las and Elect rlo 'orn Products Crucible Steel 'uba Cune Sugar Orle ieiteral Motors Ireat Northern Ffd Ireat Northern Ore Clfa. Inspiration Copper ........ Inter. Mere. Murine Pfd. ,. Kcnnecott Copper rfiuisvme and Nnahv lie .. Maxwell Motor Co Mexican Petroleum . Mia ml Copper ilrtvale steel iIlHsour! Pacific Nevada Copr New York Central . ., .' Norfolk and Western Northern Pacific 67 -43 ,. HIT . 4H4 . 39 . 33 Vi . 35 . 3'i . 31' . 1 ' .124',, . . 2!H . 4i , 974 .12 ....II.I14 29 .v... 951 31 Vi 46 ?3. 72 Xflli 104V4 644 8f,i 7H 661, 80 14514 71 f 43 2L 41 U Ji'i 331i 36 '4 t,i 31 15 12H ! 2 46 91 32 1 1 2Vi 29 f7 3Ui 45 23 18 73 106 86 BOARD OF TRADE. Month. Open. High. Low. Close. Corn March 1,28 May 1.27 1.27 1.2714 1-2714 Oafs March .... 92 92 91 91 May 89 89 89 89 Pork - May 48.70 48.55 48.65 Lard May 20.12 2fl.no 26.00 July 26.32 26.22 26.22 Ribs May 25.12 25.12 25.00 25.00 July 25.47 25.40 25.40 No. t yel $1.711.75 CHICAGO CASH. Chicago, March 11. Corn: low, nominal; No. 3 yellow, No. 4 yellow, $1.S5H.72. Oats No. S white, 495c; stand uru, yj jjiKiao'AC. , liye No. 2, 2.(0rf2.!)I : barley, $1.80 innumy, .'iiin; clover, jWQSi. Pork Nominal; lard, $24.0Ofg24.5O; ribs, Weather for Four States. Washington, March 1l.Forecast: Tennessee and Kentuoky Fair anrl warmer tonight; Tuesday partly cloudy and warmer. Georgia Fair tonight, warmer except streme south portion; Tuesday fair and warmer. Alabama Fair and warmer tonight and j iievuay. Ohio Cities (Ins :)) 39sJ Pennsylvania ir,w 4S Pittsburgh Coal r,5? r7 t.... i, j . , v-ifiivuiiuHiea copper .... 23 Reading, Rcmihllr frnn a rwl ut tin -- - ' ...... mi ri ..... n.r Slnclnir Oil 84 u Southern. Pacific. sj SAMPLE COPY WYOMING OIL NEWS FREE Tha only publication In the Weat de w exclusively to the oil Industry. iilXr.! "uC 'nll;. "P-'-late information bout various oil fields In Wyoming, Na. r-iW.l.' ; . : "ig Indian, j". JIZ?K ie,.T"u,n' M'Tltt. Great JMvlde, Northwest. Wyoming Are Wyatt, Out West. Midway, K ,mry l ' troleum OH Fields. I nltwi lV.r, leurn and Tnr " Vr iT' Cl',m,,"1n1" "'wlly a do? 'V1- rial subscript on free Write AVVOM1NU OIL NEWS. Denver. TEu -(Adv.) United Light and Railways Company CHK'ACO DAVENPORT lilt AND TlAtTDS , Preferred Stock Dividend No. 30. Common Stock Dividend No, 13, The Hoard of rectors have endured a dividend of one and nne-lmlf d u ) per cent, on the First Preferred Stock and a dividend of nc (1) per cent' on the Common Stock, jmyahie out of the surplus earnings on April 1, 1918 to stockholders of record at the rhiFn f business three o'clock lit the after noon March 15, 1918. Common st.Mk transfer hooka, for purpose -of Annual Meeting to lp held 4at ten o'clock In the morning Miirch 15. 1918, will he c losel as if noon March 2, 1 PIS. nnd will nm.tln closed until adjournment of meeting. - Jlrst Preferred nnd (.'oriimon RtocJt transfer honks will reopen f(jr tnins fer of stock certlflcatea nt 1li(. opening of business March 16. 1918. L. H. HEINKC, Sscretsry. March 2. 191S. Don't fail to attend the big shoe sale of the ent ire stock of the Kelo-Neal Shoe Co. They are almost giving them away. Sale starts today at 9 a.m. 704 Market Street. Southern Railway mwicoaicer Co Tennessee Copper Texas Co Tobacco i'rodurts T'nlon Pnclfio Cnlfed Cigar Stores . , .'. V. S. Industrial Alcohol 1 R Rubber U. S. HI. el Vtah t'oiiper r Wnbaah Pfd Wesilnphousr Klectrlc 'i Willys-Overland American T. and T, ... Illinois Onus Atlnnllc Coast Line .... Onlf Rtntea rltee Seabonrd A If 1 I,,. ?t f.l hr.fT, ;l 8 teal' and 'iron' r..l t,! riuir . iyf) VlrglnU-Carolliia Chemical'." 40 Oeneral Elect rlo iv, American Tobacco .... ir-, AO. Oulf and MVst Imlips.'!!ll3 24 W . 4fi',i .162 . 5IH, .1204 . 9 .1201 . 66 . 9lt . Rl . 42 '4 . 41 . 114 .106 . 94 . ni . 93 K 23 S2-H 33 S74 244 46, 17 153 ! 122 nn 121 'i f.H ii l H n4 43 41 H iH I Oft 94 9114 93 . T'i 64 125 40 139U I. Ill 1I3H feT. LOUIS POULTRY, ETC. Rt. IJ3UIB, March II Poultry: Borings. SOW 30 Vic; .turkeys, 26Vjc; ducks, 30V4c; Uutter Creamery, 48c. Eggs 33c. TURKS RETREAT BEFORE BRITISH COLUMNS Rearward Movement Oontln ucd- Seven Miles Given Up Saturday. " '"' Lonrfnn Mm.u 44 ti . ' -"mwm i i, ntira nasi ks further, retirement by the Torke in eaesopotamis, it was officially an nouneed tadsy. The Turkish . . ' ""on, on Baturdaw, evsouattd Hit, , the Euphrates, before the British a .no reii pack seven miles up ., .P, wp ,ts rearward move ment and now occupies Khan-Bagh-dad., on the Euphrates. mile above Hit. Twenty. two miles h.v. iti. .... iho Turka as they retreated Th.. ... Hlvnt icadn: "Tho Turkish mrrlann e m. v.. contiiiue,! if. ..."..:: .'; "n . """""in ana now occu BUTTER, EGGS, CHEESE, POULTRY. rew York. March 11, Hutter. weak receipts, 6,364 tubs. Creamery, hitcher mitri extras, iy'iimsc; creamery extras. "mm, io'vimic; nrars, iswiJUc. r.Kfcn meHuy; receipis. cuaes. rienn-KHinerca extras. 39c; extra firsts 8f(38Vic; firsls. S7lf.37o. Cheese Weak; recelpfs, 473 boxes State field specials, 25V4(-'0c; do aver age run. 25ii26Vic. ivive I'oumy Klrm. Kla;s. 30c; old luuniern, juc; luriceys, 2Mj3Uc. , t'ouilry Quiet. Chickens. 27 iio, iuhii, ijtffjuc; uirkeys, XMU'SHc. CHICAGO PRODUCE. Chlenico, March 11. Uutter, lowcf. Creamery, 4,tS45Vic, Kkks Ix)wi ; receipts. 4.459 cases. Firsts, 34r(34V4c!; ordinary firsts, 33( 33Vic; at murk, cases Included, SiWo35c. Potatoes Higher: receipts. forty-eiKlit cars. Wisconsin. Michigan and Minne sota bulk, I1.25jl.3U; do sacks. $1.35. Itoosters Steady. Young:, 28c. New steady, nominal; crushed, Plea Ktmn-HiiKhdadl. on the Kupharui Iw.-nty-two miles nl.ove Hit ",,nnlu' s.i.!i,HK. hri ri,,rent 11,0 T",' wTa . ? - V;V '"" lrPIn"'" with bombs ..5U0 feet to under Inn f....f n cnaimlllea wrro Inflicted." JAPAN NOT ORDERED TO HTITHDRAWHER TROOPS Washinfton Officials Deny Re. port That U. S. Demanded Guarantee of Removal. Osaka. J;ij)an. Friday, March I AoMrdlns; to a dispatch to the Mmnici.i. of this city, from Wash tnrton. the Vnlted States Is de. mandinp a guarantee for the with drawn rf Japanese troops from Si beria Immediately after the Ilus sinn erisis) Is over. SUGAR. Tork, March 11. Raw auuar, CenlriruKiil, 6.00."c; molHSses, refined, steady; cutloaf, 8.95c; 8.70c Atmilrl A ? nr.... '?0,,i XJiXX powdered, 7!fi5c: nowdere'd! T.wic: Ine. irraniilaled and Ulainond A, 7.46c; Confectioners' A, 7.3fic; No. 1, 7.30c. CHICAGO LIVE STOCK. Chlcniro. Mnt.h n un... .. . . A mm i i . """ iiereipts, 117.61 ; llghls, 117.0044 17.35; mixed. 18..15W i?s ii.'"'?Vy- ! J-,w'7-2! rough, I5.90W IIS. 16; plus, IM.5OI0 17.30. Cattle Receipts. 21,000 head; firm. Na- er. it 711, " ,r'"4 "": and feed- ni -r. '"".""i """wi ""d heifers. 16.60 tfH.iB; calves. .701i 1 4.75. "TZV' 2-'.fl,,0 ""1: sleadv """fi bd; lambs, SH.26-17.85. SHE WAS IN BED TWO MANths ...... .r..., niiiieriiiR; nncKachn, rlieu in uc puma, sore muscles, stiff jints "V".,0'1? of kllnev trouble should rend this letter from Mrs. H. C. Mnmll. Clayton, N. M.: "I hnd been i . . ao tor " CHro ftn 'immer and In bed two months, but kept (realm? worse. I ry , Kot 80 t0 muni mjniFiiiins; nun to he done or I ""'"" i "ve. vta noucrn an advertise .....in iur roiey Kinney Pills and sont i- anmo. They hav done me more Hood thnn nil otlier medicines." Jo iu rson, (iiiiKKlst, Chattanooga, iriin. (sov.) actlonary sentiment was encouraged by expectations of small domestic consump tion figures for February and the market eased off after the call under liquidation, May sold oft from 31.45 to 31.35c. and October from 29.80 to 29.63c. or about to 6 points net lower, but there was Liverpool and New Orleans buying, which steadied the market up several points before the end of the first hour. The market was quiet but steady later in tne morning, (teports that prosperity had practically demoralized southern la bor, and that It was not so much' the scarcity of labor as difficulty In getting work done, that would ouerate against the coming crop, seemed to be a factor on tne rally, which carried active montns 22 to 27 points net higher. May sold up to 31.65c and October to 29.90c on cover ing and, a moderate demand from the trade. . NEW ORLEANS COTTON. . New Tork. March 11 Drv weather In the western belt caused buying of cotton here today, which put the market 14 to 20 points over Saturday's close in the first half-hour. Drv foods renorls were considered favorable and trade buying was ieu to some extent. The demand increased and was met hv small offerings. In the trading up to noon the net advance was widened to 28 to 31 points. Whfl tha M.rtr.l nrna hkI.I In U . Afternoon, values were well maintained. At 1 O clock the trndinir months were 2J to 30 points up, net. NEW ORLEANS COTTON FUTURES OPENING. New Orleans. March 11 Cotton futures opened steady: March, 31.31c; May, 30.8flo; July, 29.83c; October, 28.68c; De cember, 28.44c, NEW ORLEANS SPOT COTTON. . New Orleans. March 11 Snot rntlnn sieaay ana unchanged. Sales on the spot, 399 bales: to arrl nunoung, 311.75c; middling. 32.50c; good middling. 33.60c. Receipts, 5,978 bales; Italian Batteries Sink Austrian Troop Boats Naples Is Raided by Enemyl Rome, March 11. Austrian troops which apparently were making an at tempt to oross tha river Piave were prevented from doing so yesterday by tha Italian batteriea which tank rafts and boats in the river opposite Fagare, the war office announced today. Rome, March 11. Naples was at tacked by enemy aviators early this morning. Twenty bombs were dropped in a residential quarter. The victima i included seven oocu pants of a hos pital. Italian aircraft on raiding operations dropped' seven tons of bombs upon areas occupied by the enemy. membership was formerly In the First church, of which Dr. Bachman is pas tor, uui uuring me laie years ner membership had been in the Mission ary Ridge Presbyterian church. Her rather was for a long time pastor of tne latter house of worship. George Bernard Cox. George Hernard Cox. 15-month-old infant of Mr. and Mrs. Charles U. Cox, former residents of St. Elmo, 'died Monday morning at 8 o'clock at the home of hia parents In Moonsboro, Ga. uneral arrangements have not been announced. NEW YORK COTTON FUTURES CLOSING. INew Yrrk. March 11 -Pnllnn f,,f.. ciosea steady: March. .12 2.(c: Mv 1.73c; July. 31.18c: October. !'i Mn- n- cember, 29.74c. NEW ( ORLEANS COTTON FUTURES CLOSING. New Orleans. March 11 Cotton future. closed steady at an advance of 25. to 31 points: March. 31. file: Mnv. 3l).f!2c' .Tnlv. 30.06c; October, 28.95o; December, 28.75c. COTTONSEED OIL. New York. March II I'niinnaiwil nil loed quiet: Knot. 20c bid: March (! May, 20.10c; July, 20.20c. No sales. LIVERPOOL COTTON. Liverpool,' March 11 Cotton mint ulet, prices unchanged, flood middling, I12d; mlddlinE-. 23.S!rt: 23.07d; good ordinarv. 22.07H: nrrilnnr' l.fiSd. Nales. 4.000 balea. Incliullnir Kiwi iiii.iiLMii. Ko receipts. Futures rlnH u.ei. mew contracts: March. 24 tin prll. 23. 99d: Mnv. 23.S7H- Jim 9nw ill V. J.hZd. O (1 cnntrnr.- M.l, 22.54d; March-Anrll. 22.45d:'Mn v.. T unci m.svvi , JiuiU'juiy, i-.sJ I a. YOU "DASN'T" KICK THIS DOG AROUND A mencan Restaurant 1447 Market Street BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCH, 40c Best Coffee in the South. LWTER IS'EW WAX.'.GKMKNT H. PHIFER Former Manag-er of iJixic Kestaurant. MAIN 6S73 POULTRY AND EGGS 8ALK Kkks for hatchlnr. from 5?2r1v'nR While Ijtehorns. L. Scott, auun sutct. Kidstdale. 27-m-li men. Wa.hlnsMon. March 11. It waa su IhortUitlely stated here today by t.in cfals In clone touch with the situation that no such demand as relerrcd to In the foregoing; dinpatch hss been made on Japan by the I'nited Stales and that such a demand would he considered as imimirnlns; Japans rod fth. which the I' ruled .States alrea.lv has recoc nlrel. . " It also was slated that If Japanese troops ei to Sil.rrta the i u.-.t i.n of their withdrawal ia expected to ko be fore the peace conference. 5.000 C'OTTdN ojw-k Knll River, Mass. March 11 -The thnuxnnd cotton mill nprratlves In thu city were Idle today, acc.-r.liu: to f!ir- uri'S compiled at noon lv the nollcr !.- cause of a strike of 3:4 imlun fir. men whose demands for shorter hours and n cloe1 shop mif n jirti.,1 h.it wo, k by the manufacturers' association Four t)f the srvi n mills if the Am.H. can Frintlnir niniimnv and the i.l.int or ine American I rlntlnK compaex sn 1 I tne Amerl.'nn Tnrend conijinny wire closed, although '.na ti,, r fnctorl. op. ernted with tho alJ of volunteer fire- . .Ma.'vs.eSw 0 I OBITUARY I 0 : & GRIM REAPER TAKES BEATIFUL LIFE Miss Grace E. McCallie, One of. City's Beloved Educators, Culled to Her Reward. In tho death of Miss Grace K. Mc Callie, which occurred at the home of her brother, rrof. Spencer J. McCal lie. Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock. after a Ions; Illness, the grim reaper ciiumca a lire that was filled with deeds of service and closed forever tho career of one of Chattnnooia's best known and most prominent teacners. Miss McCnllle suffered a break. down In health, which becan clurlnsr tne inst illness and death of her mother over whom she watched with devoted vlpll. Nervous prostration and malnutrition of a persistent na ture hnd confined her to her room for several months. These maladies supped her strength and brouKht her nearer and nearer unto deaths door. The end came Inst evenimr. i ne mst rites over the body of the deceased will lie held in the First I'lOHbytcrlan church Tuesdnv morn- In at 10. with Hr. J. W. Hachmnn. assisted by Vr. K. A. Klmore and her pnstor. Hev. W. It! Johnson, oltlclnt. inir. The interment, which Is to" bo private, will tnke place in Forest Hills cemetery beside her father and mother. The Glrla' Preparatory school. which she helped to organize, will be rinsed Monday and Tuesday, and stu dents of this institution will attend the funeral in a bodv. Surilvina- Miss McCnllle are five brothers and two sisters. The broth ers are: lr. T. S. McCnllle, pastor of the Central rresbvterlan church: rof. S. J. and Lir. J. V. MeCnllie. headquarters of the McCullie school; Rev. II. n. McCallie. of Tlenstln. "hlna. Mrs. S. W. Divine, of Chatta nooga, and Miss Manrnret K. McCal lie. of the Horry school at Rome, Ua., are (lie sisters. Horn In this rltv on March IS. 1SS5. Miss McCnllle received her early edu- ntlon In the private school of Mrs. Maria Mayre. who will be remembered by older residents. Following- the dis continuance of this Institution of learning she became a student In the newly organised City High school, graduating from It In the second year of Its existence. .She then attended Hellewood seminary, s school for young Indies at Anchorage K. where she graduated with first honors. Her career as a tencher began In the city schools, and for some years she was on tho high school faculty. The Cilrls' Preparatory school was or ganized by Miss Tommle Puffy. Miss Kiila .larnaeln and herself in 1807. 1-adles and gentlemen an.1 little ' , Ml" McCallie received a degree boys-thls is Crag wood Hon Harry, ! J " ! n 1 "'vejslty r Chicago and ... . . , studied abroad for several years, crowned king of all 5t. Hernards at the Kvlnrlnir a keen Interest in the life Madison Square (ianlen Aog show In pf young people, she had. during her New York. This prlicwinnlngr pup '''"f career as a teacher, sought to in. can bark, bite and bn.y a bone In the '"ri1";, Vl"'"" m1h. TIV ' j '"at w.mi.i lift them to higher and nower bed. but he's never had a tin . better things in life. Not emly that can tied to bis tall. He has more blue l"it she sought by her words of kln.lly ribbons than most elawrgs havs fleas. ; ;,vl, -ncl to keep the foot- L steps of the young In the path e-nlled siratKht. Today Miss Grace McCallie sleeps the laM sleep: her page of life has been forever closed, and within a few hours all that Is mortal of her will hnve been laid to rest In the beautiful city of the dead, but memories of her will live In Hie hearts of those who knew nnd loxed her. The deceased united with the fres bjtyiiajt t;hurcn In chlldhooJ, and fcer Ralph E, Rodflers. Funeral services over the body of Ralph K. Rodgcrs, aged 21, who died Hunday afternoon at 12:35 o'clock at the home of his father, Frank F. Itodgeis, near mowing Springs, of pneumonia, will be held from the resi dence Tuesday afternoon at 1, with Hev. Bartow McFarland officiating. The Interment will follow in Green wood cemetery, and pallbearers are announced as follows: Gordon and fred Humphreys, Bert Tate, Bert Tay lor, Julius Davis and Will Starkey. Surviving the deceased are his par ents, one brother and four sisters. Mrs. C. C. Crow. The funeral of Mrs. C. C. Crow, aged 62, who died Saturday at her home, 904 Oak street, South Hossville, waa held from the residence Monday aft ernoon at 1, with Hev. Jones officiat ing. Forest Hills, cemetery was the place of interment, and pallbearers were A. u Kins, j. k. aic ariana, Hugh Withers, Charles Pearce, J. T. Hlckerson and C. K. Kerby. Surviving Mrs. Crow are five sons, Hugh. Carl, Robert, Ray and Willis; four daughters, Mrs. Arthur Hearst, Mrs. H. Horn. Mrs. Ethel Isbell and Mrs. H. A. Carroll; four sisters, Mrs. 1). K. Matheny. Mrs. W. A. Matheny, Mrs. K. E. Keel and Mrs. Robert Scott, and three brothers, J. H., A illiam and Mose Horn. J. S. Hardin. The crlm reaner has claimed J. S. Hardin, veteran engineer on the Nash ville. Chattanooga & St. Louis rail way. He passed away Sunday night In Nashville, according to news re ceived here. He had been ill with heart trouble for several months. For twenty-live years Mr. Hardin, who was 40 venrs of age, had been in the service of the railroad in question. He ran an engine between this city and Nashville. Surviving him are his wife, who was n,m..iv Miss Marv Bratton, of Cowan;' a sister, Mrs. Harry Partridge, rhnllnnnnen. ana t wo nram i ri,a.i,i and .innn riiuun.. o.,rf xins well known In Chntta- nooga, and his brother-in-law, H. Hratton, resides nere. M. Mrs. Ross E. Smith. Funeral services over the body .or Mrs. Ross K. smltn, wno oira evening at 7:30 o'clock at her home in Morrlstown. after a long U'n8. wer held at Chapman's chapel Mon day morning at ' Smith, pastor of the First Methodist church, officiated. The interment wok place in Forest Hills etery Before ner mrriiiK Miss Emma uross. 01 -,",""VT"' and she was an active member of the 0. K,,i-h Surviving ner are ne-i husband, two daughters. Mrs James McLean, or wasmngw". Mci.ean. Kv.in. of Morrlstown. She" Is also survived by her mother In Morrlstown, am -r rt .ister-in-law. Mrs. wai ter Adams, reside In this city. Funeral services were held at Mor rlstown Sunday morning at 10.30. Funeral of Corporal Dye. Funeral services over the body of Corporal Roy H. Dye. cnW Flftv-secona lninnnj. Fort Oglethorpe Inst Tuesday, was held from Chapman's chapel May afternoon. Tbe nony. n -n....v....- . an escort, was sent to the ral way utatlefn for shipment to Plar.a. N. T. The deceased's father Is Henry Pe, of Plaa. GREENWOOD CEMETERY ALMOST A YOUNG MAN AGAIN When a man awakes In the rr. - ir wit 1 back so Iff he can hardly op o er, with shooting tv. s in sides and groins, darn ana puimi pouches . nner eyes wnen run muo ments seem slowed Hnd he lacks lm and enerr insieaa 01 snyi.... I'm tins- old." he should be on guard Sgalhst kidney trouble. E. R. Whltehurst. R. F. l 1. Norfolk. Vs.. writes: "1 had c.i sufti ring for.ni' 1 e thnn ynr. "'t "'nee taking Foley .dney I HI" 'tc' mmOM n. yuunx m a - 1 ,TO-iai( man again. jo sror Chattanooga. Tenn. (Adv.) A UTOMOBILE DIRECORTY I ilND ACCESSORIES Dr. J. E. Strecker Chronic and Special Diseases Venous Treatment Skin, Cancer, Tumors !'! h.r HalMlrj I Cbsluuux'sa w. KkoUi Bv, Mark i htiMH Don't fail to attend the big shoe sale of the entire stock of the Kelso-Neai Shoe Co. They are almost giving them away. Sale starts today at 9 a.m. 704 Market Street. 40 SAVED ON TIRES Portage, Republic, Kokomo, Goodrich and Diamond. AUTOMOBILE TIRE CO. 520 MARKET ST. PHONE MAIN 6723. Accessories and Tires. , Everything for the car, and lots of things for the owner. HARDWICK-BUICK CO. 524-526 MARKET ST. PHONE MAIN 2100. REO and GRANT The Two Beauties. .Well-known for their superior and lasting qualities. WALLACE BUGGY CO. 912 MARKET ST. PHONE MAIN 382. THE ONE "BEST" TEST Of the quality work you obtain from your vulcanlzer Is ths amount you save by spending money for tire repairs. Most of our trade comes from satisfied customers, who recommend us to their friends. If your friends have neglected to tell you about us, let us show you how to cut tire expense, as they do. DUNN & THOMPSON VULCANIZING WORKS 116. WEST SEVENTH ST. MAIN 474 Motor Grs OVERLAND CHATTANOOGA CO. 10-12 West Sixth St. Phone Main 2772. Our tire service is a service of prevention. In other words, ws aim to get your tire troubles before they get you. We would like to have you drive up to our place once a week if possible, let us test your tires for proper inflation see that your wheels are in alignment and examine your tires for tread cuts, fabric breaks and stone bruises. We'll be glad, any time, to give you sound pointers on tire care. This kind of attention will steer you clear of tire annoyance, and will1 mean a saving of money to you. And we feel you'll be another booster for us. ROY H. NELMS VULCANIZING WORKS Expert Cord Tirs Repairing 709 BROAD STREET PHONE MAIN 2174 TRUCKS SELDEN is ALL TRUCK "in-built quality." W. E. HENSLEY, Distributor. 1221-23 MARKET ST. MAIN 6860. Used cars sold on commission or bought if quoted at a bsrgain. BATTERY SERVICE CO. 334 MARKET STREET MAIN 3021 The Only Authorized Willard Battery Service Station Packard and Hudson Motor Cars. Packard and Sandow Motor Trucks. BILL JONES AUTOMOBILE CO. "A Good Auto Dealer." 324-26 MARKET ST. MAIN 2264-2687. New 8 now ready for delivery. Product ef brains, money and exosri- nc. T7 Cash-Melton Hardware Co. 38 East 11th St. Phone Msin 1147 CHATTANOOGA GLASS HOUSE Windshields Head Lights. 219 EAST TENTH ST. MAIN 19. If TT T 1?T? TTTJPQ The wise man don't have to be shown. "th "SEE ME FIRST." AUTOMOBILE SUPPLY COMPANY. 609 BROAD ST. PHONE MAIN 482. Racine extra-tested Casings and Tubes. Chattanooga Rubber Tire Works 629 Broad St Tree Service." Main 2231 CADILLAC-PAIGE OAKLAND Each in a class to itself. Where do you find a better selection? CHATTANOOGA AUTO CO. 617-619 BROAD ST. MAIN 1918. FARRAR & MORROW Insurance That Insures Look over your Policies. When do they expire? Get our rates before renewing. No. 12 East Eleventh Street Main 3009 FSftBSW HasslcrRrothers -u Hrinrck j 816 CHESTNUT ST. MAIN 3963.