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TUESDAY, MARCH 12, 19.18.
THE CHATTANOOGA NEWS : 'in : i "Hair Often Ruined By Washing With Soap .v.iiM vj imAd very carefully. if you want to keep your hair look ing tta best Most soaps and prepared shampoos contain too much alkali. This dries the scalp, makes the half brittle, and ruins It. The best thing for steady use Is just ordinary mulsified cocoanut oil (which Is pure and greaseless), and is better than the most expensive soap or any thing else you can use. Ons or two teaspoonfuls will cleanse the hair and scalp thoroughly. Simply moisten the hair with water and rub It In. It makes an abundance of rich, creamy lather, which rinses out easily, removing every particle of dust, dirt, dandruff and excessive oil. The hair dries quickly and evenly, and it leaves the scalp soft, and the hnir fine and silky, bright, lustrous, fluffy and easy to manage. . . . ., Too can get mulsified cocoanut. oil at any pharmacy, it's cheap, and' a few ounces will supply every member of the family for months.-r(Adv.) I HABIT s A alsiVK. taDivva H. WOODS, Wllal.ltatNMF. Mrs York, N. t. USED FIFTY YEARS FOR RHEUMATISM AT ALL DRUGGISTS NEVER NEGLECT A COLD OR COUGH Serious throet and lung troubles usually begin thus. At the .outset or even when they become chronic, try ECKMAN'S ALTERATIVE This Calcium preparation combats Infection and tonics the fyjtem by iidlng in tissue repslr. Thousands have found it effective. Contains no fSStoS. Narcotic or Hablt-Formlng Drug. $2 (lis, now 11.50, ' 1 alia, now 80c. Price Includes war tn. All druggists. Eckman Laboratory. Philadelphia. THOlD.KM.tAl ITMriDVrow MEN MOB SPIRIT DOESNT REPRESENT SENTIMENT So Declares Dr. Hill, Who Scores Recent Lynching; at Estill Springs. "Dead Flies." This was the topic of aaermon preached by Dr. Claude E. Hill at the Kirst Christian church Monday evs- "'He quoted the passage. "Dead flies cause the oil of the perfume to send forth an evil odor-so doth a J"tla 1 u n.i..itm And honor. "Maybe the Jf.re.cl.5r w.- not-up on "nn "'J "iiH the minister naa not vvvu ", .-- rhi. ....... ivia on dead ones, inis is what he means: One bad mudhole .,r nth.mUa irood road im- passabTe. One small bridge out. or one broken rail, w"" '"- epur - ,he cofe -and no in.n, -- 01. fal r;1" "Z'v ruin a careVr Tha preacher is telling us that it does not lane 18 r, nnri ruin. You do "c1. " "'".h'eat every man in tha nuv. '..I?..: i Urrtr to et the repu- tation of a cheat; you don't have to He to every man in tho community in nrdpr to get tne repuiatiuu w - PI." "... ...... ih. riinw around you ir you win iui " . u will get an idea of how great is the win " 7 ounce of purity do to a barrel of corruption? Not much. What will one good trait come to when hidden and Josi in a of evil? This is a ic"""" things. Watch out for the insects of character, the vermin that creep Into virtue. Watch out for dead flies. They are dangerous as living files are dan gerous." ' nr Hill "Poke of the dead flies 01 society and of the dend flics of char acter and closed his message by tell ing of the Great purifier. . Concerning the dead flies of society, he snld: "We recently had a disgrace ful affair at Estill Springs. The good people of this state have been put tn k false light by a mob. The act of .1.-. 1 .,am oa n ilcnci nv in me ointment of the good state of Tennes see. And so it goes. 11100 ....... hu, lonilH 11 h to Judge by Willi. Ill .....V . - - the worst Instead of by the best. It ought not to ne so, nui 11 is. in closing. Dr. Hill snld: "It alone. a man gets worn "u,"' ; flies multiply. It may ne a nu ?, only one fly in the ointment and per fume of your life now. Hut the open. Ing for one makes it easy for others. Character is never static; we either grow better or we grow worse. As a Christian you simply stnrt in to grow you start in to keep out dead flies. Maybe we begin with a very bad smell; some do. Hut Jesus Christ can over come thnt." . . , Dr. Hill will preach Tuesday night on "The Difficult los of Disbelief. HI message Monday night was the third In the series of evangelistic sermons. NEUTRAL DIPLOMATS HAVE DIFFICULT TASKS The Hague, Feb. 1. (Correspond ence of the Associated Press.) Many of neutral Holland's diplomatic rep resentatives abroad are 'nam wdtkvu la temporarily looking after the In terest of warring nauons on 00m sides. The record is ao rar neia oy V. H. Hot. Dutch consul-general at Beyrouth, Syria, who has in h: care the affairs of ten nations beside those of his own, Including those or tne United States. Two Dutch surgeons are cnargea with periodical Inspections of the British prisoners of war in Germany. Evangelist Stirs Hearers . At Centenary Revival A splendid congregation heard the message of Hev. Luther Bridges, well known evangelist, at Centenary M. K. church, south, Monday night on "The Conditions of a Scriptural Revival. He preached a forceful and pointed sermon on this subject and discussed the need of today f6r evangelism. He spoke of evangelism as growing in fa vor in all denominational churches. . Under the conditions of a Scriptural revival the speaker named reverence for divine things and honesty of heart, and under the latter he snld that where people dealt honestly with them selves and followed out their convic tions a revival always resulted. He said bo had a Arm conviction that the foundation for a real revival In Cen tonurv fhnrr-h hail ntreadv been laid. Precedinir his sermon Rev. Bridges sang a solo. He Is a splendid singer. E. I W'olslager, of Ashevllle, N. C, Vin amitVi'a thorn lenders, ar rived in the city Monday night on the Mempnis (special, ana win mm im in the revival services hereafter. He will have charge of the chorus choir. Dr. Rrldges will speak Tuesday night on "The Origin, History aria Des tiny of the Devil." . At the Tuesday morning revival service In Centenary church Rev. Luther Bridgers preached on "Prayer and the Holy Spirit." His sermon was based on the text, "Ye shall receive power after that the Holy Ghost Is come upon you." When the evangelist made his proposition for prayer a num ber stood. Preceding Dr. Brldger's sermon, Mr. Wolslngel sang an effective and Im pressive solo. INGE HERE, WANTED IN ATLANTA AS SLACKER From bad to worse. This is the experience of E. 8. Inge, held here for being a slacker. It ap pears that Inge had been tn Chatta- f..r .ma 4tma whllA Officers Of Atlanta were seeking his whereabouts. Inge had Just served a term in xne federal .prison, and had failed to regis- of his citizenship, and did not know that he was requirea to ao so. A wire from Atlanta this morning was to the effect that Inge had failed to fill out his questionnaire and to report for physical examination. Mrs. tngo came to Chattanooga Sat urday night to Join here husband and it happened that she brought with her a nephew who remembered Mrs. Inge's husband with a quart of whisky, and in trying to reach Inge's room the boy was picked up in the hall of a local hotel and taken to police headquarters, and Inge was held ap a slacker. Also, the name of J. W. Shields ap pears on the police blotter, charged with being a slacker. LONG-DEY CASE NEXT SATURDAY Judge Bachman Overrules Mo tion to Quash Counts ; Against Lawyers. Judge Nathan U Bachman overruled turn mrttlfinfl made Tuesday morning In the circuit court to quash 1 one or two of the counts against j. ;"""" P. U Long,, who have been ordered be fore him to show reason why they following me - . , (ions Judge Bachnan set th hearing of the case for 9 o 'clock Saturday morning. The answers of both law nioiiiiiiB. oirolnst them yers aenyms l" 7 were filed with the clerk Tuesday and are now a matter 01 recoru. -"- ,1 I- .i.Knri)nne Wltll an swers wero men order issued by Judge Bachman on Saturday last. Bom iawei stood that they would be arraigned . !, t.,.iHd nni aDDeared to an- j,. hi the cases were nounco icuj ........ - called.. A large "umber of witnesses have been summonea uy - - ... Ill nrnhuhlV rOnSUlM ana me ini T- an entire day or more. Mayor Jesse M. Littleton appearea m . .1 ty Mr. T,onsr. Mr Daly will be represented by T. Pope Shepherd and Carlyle Littleton. The case, which is an unusual one. prom ises to be fought bitterly. . Carlyle Littleton, in rfuing to quash the count against Mr. Daly charging him with making misstate ment of facts, cited a number of cases of disbarment proceedings, but none, he said, even hinted of similarity to the Daly case. He said that the commit tee before whom Mr. Daly made the misstatement was a committee from the Bar association, of which his client Is not or ever was a member. He further said in making the misstate ment he did so before the committee an a private citizen and not as a law yer. Mr. Littleton recited other cases where lawyers had done things and committed acts as individuals and not as lawyers and over these acts the courts have no jurisdiction. He read an incident where a lawyer who also owned a newspaper was engaged In a lawsuit and after the case was decided he went back to his office and wrote a bitter editorial accusing the court of corruption and incompetency and that while he was cited for disbarment the court held that he committed the of fense as a citizen- and not as a lawyer and the proceedings were thrown out. J. II.' Early, attorney for Percy Long, then entered a motion to quash the counts against Long in connection with the federal court, insisting the local courts had no jurisdiction over what transpired in the federal court. After argument at length Judge Bachman held there was no rule or discussion by which disbarment proceedings could be Judged, and ho would overrule both T.ittintnn'a nnH Mr. Earlv's motion ..... win".""" ' - and would hear the evidence on next Saturday. Long and Daly are cited before Judge Bachman on charges preferred by the grievance committee of the local bar association. Storm-Buffeted Ship Made Ready to Sail On A Canadian Port, March 22.--One of the two steamers reported Sunday as n.Lini) or thin nort after belnff dam aged by storms today was undergoing repairs nere so mai sne couia resume her voyage. When the steamer arrived last night it was found that the dam- nire was ' sllrht. Further word was awaited from a freighter bound for Eu from nn Atlantic! nort. which re .nte.A ttint ahh was headlnr for thlfr port after having been so buffeted by the storm that all 01 ner HieDoais were swept away. . " CUBAN GOVERNMENT ALSO BORROWS U. S. MONEY Washington, . March 12. Another iiv became a boiTower from the it.iisj uioioi toHnv when the treas ury extended a credit of $15,000,000 to the Cuban government to assist it in At the same time Great Britain was given another credit of 1200.000,000. Both loans were made at the new interest rate of 5 per cent. Its raised the total of loans auniuntu .v. , ernments to R94M00.O00, distributed as follows: Great Britain, z,ozu.uou, 000; France, $1,440,000,000; Italy, $550, 000,000; Russia, $325,000,000, of which only $187,000,000' has been paid out; Belgium, $9S,400,000; Serbia, $6,000,000, and Cuba, $15,000,000. MUCH GRAIN OBTAINED " Germany Profits From Invasion of Rumania. GROSS EXTRAVAGANCE CHARGED BY SENATOR Management Food Administra tion Affairs Scored by Reed. Accounting Demanded. 1 1 Washington, March 12. Charges of gross axtravaganc in the man agement of tha affairs of tha food administration War made in tha . sanata today by Senator Reed, of Missouri, who demanded that Food administrator Hoover give an ac counting of tha department's finances. Tha charges wera mada after tha Miaaouri aenator had asked that tha appropriation of 750,000 for tha food and fuel de partments ba aliminated from tha urgent deficiency bill. OPPOSES COMPROMISE Wilson 'Objects to Change in Overman Bill. New York, March 12. Since the oc cupation of Rumania Germany has re ceived from that territory 030,000 tons of grain, including corn, and Austria Hungary 756,000 tons. This statement is made in a dispatch from the official Wolff bureau dated Berlin and pub lished In the German newspapers of Jan. SO, which have been received here. Apparently the dispatch was sent out to meet the misleading reports regard ing the available supplies from the oc cupied portions of Rumania and Italy, the dispatch pointing out that Italy could not be considered as a factor as regards the exportation of foodstuffs and fodder. New Officers Report To Eleventh Cavalry Seventeen new second lieutenants reported for duty to the Eleventh cav alry Monday. These men are new of ficers from the officers' training camps over the country. Added to this they have just finished a course in the army service school at Fort Leavenworth, Kan. Washington, March 12. President Ti7ii. ta Mnuunt tnf!fl v as onnosed to a compromise on the Overman bill which would limn nis aumonvy vu iw organlze government departments to the rmy, navy and shipping board and a sharp contest is expected tomorrow when the senate Judiciary committee its consideration of the measure. ... The president yesterday renewed his request for enactoent of the bill sub stantially as presented to congress, at the same time .Senator Smith, of Georgia, was presenting his amend ments to the committee curtailing the wide .powers the bill proposes to con fer upon the president. Senator Overman, sponsor for the measure, after conferring with the president indicated that the commit tee probably would approve amend ments providing that the presidents authority shall extend to the federal reserve board, the Interstate commerce commission and a few other agencies. Whole Russian Fleet Idle; Crews Scattered London. March 12. The whole Rus sian Baltic fleet la lying at Helsing fors, Finland, the Petrograd corre spondent of the Times cables, but the crews have melted away,- only a watch being left for each ship. The dread noughts will soon sail for Kronstadt, but the remainder of the fleet will re main in Finland. The correspondent also says that an moveable articles from the cruisers Aurora and Diana, lying in the Neva river (on which Petrograd Is situated) have been carried away by sailors. (The Aurora and Diana are sister ships of 6,731 tons displacement, built in 1896). CASCARETS FOR HEADACHE, COLDS, LIVER, BOWELS Enjoy lifel Don't Stay bilious, sick, headachy and constipated. Get rid of bad breath, sour stomach, coated tongue, indigestion. Get a 10 -cent box now. They're fine! Cascarets liven your liver, clean your thirty feet of bowels and sweeten your stomach. Tou can, eat one or two, like candy, before go ing to bed and In the morning your head is clear, tongue Is clean, stomach sweet, breath right and cold gone. Get a box from your druggist and enjoy the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel cleansing you ever experienced. Cas carets stop sick headache, biliousness. Indigestion, bad breath andconstipa- Mothers should give a whole Cas caret to cross, bilious, sick, feverish children any time. They are harmless and never gripe or sicken, (Adv.) MORE DEADLY THAN A HAD DOG'S BITE The bite of a rabid dog Is no longer deadly, due to the now famous Pasteur Treatment, but the slow, living death, the resultant of poisoning of the system by deadly uric acid is as sura and In evitable as day follows night. No other organs of the human body are so important to health making as the kidneys and bladder. Keep your kid neys clean and your bladder in working condition and you need have, no fear of disease. Don't try to cheat nature, it Is a cruel master. Whenever you expe rience backache, nervousness, difficulty In pressing urine, "get on the Job." Your kidneys and bladder require immediate attention. Don't delay. This is the time to tnke the bull by the horns. tiOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules will do the trick. For over two hundred years they have proven meritorious in the treatment of diseases of the stomach, kidneys, liver and bladder. It is a world famed remedy, in use as a JiousehoM ne cessity for over 200 years. If you have been doctoring without re sults, get a box Of GOLD MEDAL Haar lem Oil Capsules today. - Tour druggist sells them. Absolutely guaranteed or money refunded. Beware of imitations. Look for the name GOLD MEDAL on every box (Adv.) ASA Printing Company PRINTING OF ALL KINDS. 622 CHERRY ST. M. 1137. Vf Special Notice W Every shoe in this sale is a t! Kelso -Neal Shoe of the k BEST VALUE. Positively j no bought-up shoes here. MowSdllngB elow ost WHERE? - AT THE KELSO-NEAL SHOE CO., under the management of R. W. Seale. We are selling out this entire stock at prices never before heard of. Right at the time that shoes have advanced, we are selling them to you below the original cost. Just Seethe Crowds Standing Out in Front of the Store Waiting to Get In and You Will Know There is Some Shoe Sale Going On A chance of your life to buy several pairs and put them away for next year. Come in to day and get yours. From day to day we will replenish the stock by putting every shoe out that the racks will hold, until the entire stock is sold. BEVJ AND BETTER BARGAINS EACH DAY-SALE STARTS TODAY AT 9 O'CLOCK WOMEN'S SHOES INCLUDING ALL WELL - KNOWN MAKES. Comfort Shoes and Street Shoes. Dress Shoes. Walking Shoes. Evening Shoes, Evening Slippers in Gold, Silver; White Washable Ki.l, Sntin, etc. Street Pumps in White Canvas. White Kid, New Colored Kid, etc. Patents, Dull Kid, Glazed Kid, White Canvas Hoots and Sport Oxfords. Priced at $1.00, $1.95, $2.45, $2.95, $3.45, $3.95, $4.45 Former Prices $3.50 to $15.00. . SPECIALS Women's and Misses' Rubbers ami Tennis Oxfords, at 95c Shoe Lnees; all colors and best makes; lengths at 5c (l'o in-rl." 15c to 25) Shoe Polish; all colors and sizes at 10c Infants' Soft Soles and Moccasins 40c (Formerly 75o to yOc.) . Men's SJioes and Oxfords $1.95, $2.95, $3.95, $4.95, $5.95 Former Values $4.00 to $9.00 Cheaper Than Repairing Your Old Ones! Men, Notice Below Regaling NETTLETON SHOES Women's Oxfords, Tics and Pumps, $1.00 in Various colors of kid Women's Satin Pumps, in colors $1.00 Women's While Canvas Oxfords Children's Shoes Famous Edwards Children's Shoes, in all leathers and good sir.es to fit every one, at 95, $1.45 and $1.95 NOTICE There is' not a shoe or slipper in this entire lot of Grow ing Girls', Misses' or Children's that could be duplicated for less than three times the price asked. Boys', Youths' and Little Gents' Shoes and Oxlords Including the very best makes known, in leathers of Viei, Gun Metal, White; in the best and newest shapes to be had. Prices: $1.95, $2.45, $2.95 and $3.45. If you parents fail to lay in a supply of these shoes at such prices, tou will regret it this coining year. SPECIAL NOTICE TO MEN We have a coinpUte line of A. F. Nettleton Shoe and Oxfords that were shipped on consignment, which were NOT included in the, bankrupt sale, coiiscpn ntlv we do not own them; however, we are allowed to sU them at their original cost and w ill sell all Nettleton Ox fords at $7.45, and the Shorn nt $8.00, $8.80 and $9.60. This Sale is Under the Management ol R. W. Seaie (Successor to Kelso-Ncd) Shoe CoJ 704 MARKET STREET All Goods Will Be Displayed on Racks With Sixes and Price Marked Plainly Thereon. Positively no goods will be charged, exchanged, or monev refunded. ' There will be no confusion at this sale, as an effi cient salesforce has been employed to w ait on f vcrbodv.