Newspaper Page Text
I THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1918.
THE CHATTANOOGA NEWS 13 i i - 4 ''tt a 1 AUTOMOBILES jr 8ALB-1SU .model Ford ax. Phone Hemlock 80. FOB 8ALB-At bargain If taken at one i STfyoi are thinking of buylnr. or f caU Hemlock 1038 or 223. Hemlock Garage. 25-m-ZH Just received, large shipment of tires. includ ng isk, foreage, uiuu. ."- Goodrich. Republic. Marathon. Miller and ! several cheaper tires. A number of leaa tag makes. 3."0-mlle to MOO-mUes. , ,0fj , $10.00 S10.60 S2.6U ?te3"A 13.10 13.70 3.00 ffw !."!!"" 21.85 23.00 1.95 ssxJu" ! !!!!!!!!. si.oo 32.30 4.8B ! 31.30 32.90 6.00 ss'j 37.25 39.00 6.10 High-Grade "Seconds" For Cash Only. Vulcanising. TENNESSEE TIRE CO. J. B. SHINN. Manager. 1115 Market St. Pbone Main Mil. FOR SALE Five-passenger Ford; would rather trade for roadster; will give or take difference. G. O. Crouch. Tele- nhniu Ifllfi. 25-16 wmmouii'T n rT.AfiS J Mrrtkmt Stock 111 u (. tnw.Bt nrlnAA machinery for grinding and polishing the edges,. . .1 i . I .. A Mall In. we mane uiern m; biv vc r.An niona Pn . 21-33 Market .nr. Mb In E70J. 25-tf TTWTTSTTiT. WAR-TIME OPPORTUNITY Remarkable display of. reconstructed, rennlshed and repainted used cars. These cars will be sow at prices imre win mo you a first-class-car owner at little ex pense. . Look over this list then come In and Dodge touVlng car, late model $500.00 Ford touring car, 1917 model 350.00 Studebaker seven-passenger, al most new 800.00 Overland touring car 300.00 Premier touring car 600.00 Hudson 7-passenger touring car.. 800.00 H4-ton truck 800.00 2-ton Republic truck (almost new) 900.00 1-ton truck' 600.00 Inspections allowed. Liberal terms given. BILL JONES AUTOMOBILE COMPANY 324 Market Street. 25-19 FOR SALE My six-cylinder, three passenger Studebaker roadster: flrst class condition. C. D. Richmond. Main 1418,. 25-15 MISCELLANEOUS I U. SMITH 4 BRO., typewriters, 17 B. ' 7th St. Main 6896. U-tf ?'JUST A MINUTE, PLEASE" ' Bring or mall your ) KODAK FILMS to the best finishing house ill the city. ; NOVELTY PHOTO CO. . ; ! East Eleventh Street, Chattanooga. FOR LEXSE Owing to other business that takes my time, I am desirous of leasing the old reliable Khea Springs property. Address D. W. Hughes, city. 12-13 t PUT two hogs up; weigh about 75 or , 80 pounds apiece; slit In left ear. ' Owner can get them by paying for ad. Matthew Dobbs, S. P. Long place, St. Elmo, Tenn. 12-m-H POE TRANSFER CO. MAIN 1381 OR HEMLOCK 1882. We pack or crate anything In the fur niture line, suitable for transportation or storage any place. Our prices are right; our work guaranteed. What more car. you ask? Give us a chance to prove our claim. ' 12-m-7 WHAT A CUSTOMER SAYS: Montesgle, Tenn.. Fsb. 18. 191S. VIOLET STUDIO, 929 Market St. Chattanooga, Tenn. 4 ' ' III I'll O X lEkCITCU ' ' J lLIUin,. Think they aro fine. Never had better worn uunn in my me. liiunninff you lor your good work and promptness, I re main, respectfully, Mrs. H. J. Custer. 12-tf. PENSIONS-ALLOWANCES CIVIL WAR veterans and widows, vol. unteers and regulars; war with Spain, Philippine Inlands and China. Allow, ances for wives, children, mothers and others. Dependents in present world war for democracy, file applications at once; no attorney s fees. 817 Georgia avenue. Main 12-tf EXCHANGE FOR EXCHANGE Real estate. Seven room suburban home; electric light, hot and cold water, sewer, large high lot, fruit, garden; near car line; title clear; trade for farm. Trade, cape NJews. ' 17-1S , FOR SALE Bicycles, Tlrea and Sup plies. 1 have got the largest , f stock to select from, also the largest stock of repair parts to KsPfUJ be found anywhere In Chat. tanooga. This, together with my nineteen years' experience in the Bicycle Business, makes me best prepared to tak care of your Bicycle requirements. ID MARUER. 927 Market St DOINGS OF THE DUFFS WANTED Elii. TOURSELF BATING TIN CAN 8. oraaa tacka and pig Iron, then drink . delicious Panpepsln at all fountains and feel bully. Jo Anderson, druggist, lt.ti WE BUY and pav highest spot cash prices tor second hand furniture and stoves. Dicks Furniture Co., 429 Market St Main 2933. H-tf WANTED Teams and wo?"?.,!?! one year, fifteen mllea from Chatta nooga; houses for rent at $ per month, with plenty of space for gar den and chickens; will W cord for cutting. Fine opportunity to spend the summer In the oountry. Ad dress phone Hemlock 1965. WANTED Repairing or J1n ma chines by Spencer, the expert. Ill East Seventh street. Main 4114. 14-tf WANTED To collect your old accounts. notes, bad checks, rent bills, etc.; strictly on commission basis. All costs paid by us. Out-of-town collections our specialty. Ask for terms. P. O. Box ' 126. Station A. city. 14-m-l5 WANTED To see you If you have a piano to dispose of. Templeman Piano Co.. 723 Market street. - 14-tt WANTED Furnished apartment, three or four rooms, close In. Address Apart ment, care News. 14rm-l WANTED To buy automobile; must be cheap. Address Lansford, SO East Sixth street. 14-14 WANTED Thoroughly experienced shoe salesmen and salesladies; good salaries and permanent positions to those who n...iwv siiith attA mm md exneri- ence. Address Hofheimer Bros. Co., Iforfolk, Vo, U-lt WANTED If you have any carpenter or repair work, screening, changing of windows or doors, why not have an expert for tnis worKT Jjrop me a earn. 1509 East Eighteenth street S. T. Vickery. 14-19 HELP WANTED Housekeeper, with - references. Call Hemlock 1691 after 7 WANTED If you want to sell your o'clock p.m. 8-15 piano see Templeman's. 723 Market feet 14-tf HELP WANTED Combined housewom- - an and nurse. Apply Mrs. J, Soloman, WANTED To deliver well-rotted wood 405 West Eleventh street 8-14 manure, $1.75 per load; fine for gardens . and flower beds. Let us do your plow- HKLP WANTED Toung lartv with epe lng and draylng. Call Hemlock 1965. rienPe m bindery or printing; pcrnia- I'16 nent position; good pay. Apply morn- WANTED Clocks, all kinds, cleaned, re- AlcZ Sath SS'cU paired, regulated; guaranteed; called . i m 16 for and delivered anywhere. Watch . , iradgtJEv?geh7h.rei'trln'f-Main m-113 HS WANTED A good white m.dd.e-aged pT?oerCnadtaWKtinrMT.!.-. man for night Janitor; reference. Ad- Chattanooga, Tenn. . g il dress "C." care News. 14-26 . 8 i. 1 HKt WANTED A colored girl to help tT iwiro the hou,,e nd tke care of two PLANTS children. Call Main 6662. S-16 PLANTS Frost-proof cabbage plants, all varieties; 1,000, $2.60; 10,1)00 and over. 2. Genuine Nuncy Hall and Porto Hlco potato sprouts, $4 per thousand; 10.000 and over. $3.50. All varieties tomato, egtf and pepper plants. Write for prices and special assortment of plants for small gardens. Enterprise Co.. Inc., Sumter, fi. C. IC-tf FOR SALE Cobbler seed potatoes; low est price. C, K. Card Produce Co., 1117 Fort street. Main 959. 20-15 FOR PALE 200 bushels turnips, 20 cents per bushel. Cheapest hog or cow feed you can get. He quick. C. E. Card . Produce Co., 1117 Fort street. Main 959. ' 20-15 CAHBAGE PLANTS We have 10,000,000 plants ready to ship; Early Jersey and t'harlestpn Wakeflelds, Succession and Flat Dutch; by express, 1,000 at $2; 6,000 at $1.7ff; 10,000 and over at $1.50; parcel post, 600 for 81.50; 1,000 for $2.50. E. E. Parker Plant Co., Tlfton, fin. 20-20 SEED POTATOES ONION SETS All popular varieties. W. IT. LesMv A Co., corner' Cowart and West Thir teenth streets, Chattanooga. 6-7-f SEED POTATOES 10.000 bushels seed potatoes, Maine to California, all va rieties. W. H. Lessly & Co., corner Cowart and West Thirteenth streets. Chattnoqga. 6-tf FOE RENT Apartments FOR RENT Attractive four-room fur nished apartment, near Oglethorpe car; modern conveniences. Call Hemlock 2380. - la.ig POULTRY AND EGOS FOR SALE Ekks for hatching, from heavy laying White Leghorns. L. Scott, 2800 Main street. Rldgedale. 27-m-14 "Gvoup Your Debts" If you are In debt and your Income Is not large enough to pay you out, let the Gammon System Rank lend you the amount you need. The Wn will cost you ( per cent, discount and you pay It back at the rate of $2.00 each week on the $100.00. This plan fits your salary. Citizens Savings & Loan Corporation Volunteer Building. (Dewey Street Side.) t 3r HELP WANTED FemJ HELP WANTED Several ex perienced telephone operators for vacation substitutes. Full credit for previous experience will be given. Many special opportunities for promotion; short hours, and well-paid on weekly basis. Apply to Miss Wayt, Instructress, Cumber land Tel. & Tel. Co. 8-18 HELP WANTED A ood cook. Newell sanitarium, 707 Walnut street. 8-1S HELP WANTED An experienced alter ation woman. Apply at the Model store. 718 Market street. S-15 HELP WANTED Young lady to check out and fill orders, at once. The Mer tlns French Cleaning Co.. 124 Market street 8-13 HELP WANTED Nurse (colored) to take care of little girl, aged t; wages, $5; good references absolutely neces sary. Mrs. Sporborg. corner Main and Mississippi avenue. North Chattanooga, or telephone Man) 6861. t-11 HELP WANTED Foundry laborers. Afi ply Price-Evans Foundry Co. 8-15 HELP WANTED A settled colored woman to go to Walden's ridge to cook and wash for family of three. House in yard. Call at 610 East Fourth street. 8-16 HELP WANTED Reliable colored wom an to do housework for small family; $4 per week; 627 O'Neal street. Phone Main 4384. 6-16 HELP WANTED Colored girl for house . work; work mornings only. Call 109 Oak street, at 1 p.m. 8-m-15 HELP WANTED Salesladies, at the Kelso-Neal Shoe Co. Apply 704 Market at 7:30 p.m., to K. W, Seale. 8-14 HELP WANTED A class of ten young ladies, will berin imme diately learning the telephone usincss. Young ladies be- ween 16 and 2ff years of age, possessing a grammar school education, will find it to their advantage to join this class at once. Yon -will be well-paid while learning, with frequent and regular increases. Con genial people to work with, rapid promotion for those who show ability; no previous ex perience necessary. Apply to Miss Wayt, Instructress, Cum berland Tel. & Tel. Co. 8-18 WANTED Girls and women to work at Model laundry. Good pay and stesdr work. .tf COAL NICE LUMPS The kind that makes a good, hot fire in the grate. We have plenty of it for delivery now. Home Ice Co. Phone M. 1097 or M. 4900 FOR RENT FURNISHED HOUSE LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN Three-fourth mile from ear line; 20 minutes' drive from city by auto; thrco aero of land; finest orchard in the city; 7-room house; 100 feet screened porch; fine well on back porch. Would be fine for two officers' families. 'Fhone M. 140 or 29l. FOR ftOOFING and PAINTS CALL WILLINGHAM & CO. MAIN 40 and 368 TRI6H0S AND PCAR RHADER5 - I HAVE 4M AhHoMCzmzAT To MAkE 7 HELP WANTED Male ilELP WANTED-Soy over" It "year's of age; one who Is not afraid of work and wants to learn good trade. Apply Mr. Fox. pressroom, the News. WANTED Experienced COAL MINERS (high ' wage scale).' We also have some fine openings where experienced, persevering Contractors can make good money. CaU on or tele phone RIDDLE COAL COMPANY, 619 Hamilton BankBldg. 7-tf HELP WANTED A No. 1 all-around shoemaker; good wages. The Shoo Renury, 1421 Market stroct.. . 7-11 HELP WANTED Assistant bookkeeper; good opportunity for the right man. ADDly Ho X. care News. 7-18 HELP WANTED Fifteen colored labor ers and helpers. Apply Cltlco road way and scale shop. Southern railway, Citlco. 7-15 HELP WANTED Colored boy It or 17 years old for office boy and truck driver. Apply News office. 7-14 HELP WANTED Farmer with wife that is willing to go north; work for both. People with children need not apply. Call or write 2303 Cator street 7-14 HELP WANTED A first-class colored blacksmith, also four helpers; steady position. Apply to Fuller Automobile and Wagon works, 1222 Market street. 7-14 WANTED nigh-grade machinists and lathe hands. Steady employment guar anteed good men; good pay; eight-hour day. Apply at works, Lucey Manufactur ing Corporation, 19th and Grove streets or 'phone Main 785. 7-tf FOK SALE Oarden tools that will make your gar dening a en I pleasure. .Also all kinds of wlie to rotect it. i Stvall Hardware Company. 90$ Market Street. rhone Main $700. Screen doors, windows and screen wire Just received. Buy early and anvo worry. We have a very large assort ment. . Stovall Hardware Company. $0$ Market street. rhono Main 6700. Corn stick cskepans and muffin rings will mnke meal better than .flour and our government's requlrenemts eauy. See us. Stovall Hardware Company. 90$ Market street. rhono Main 6700. Fifty cents saves plumbing bills. Just phone Main 6700 and we will send a enn of ideal Home - number to unstop your drainpipes. Hlovall Hardware Company. $0$ Market street. rhono Main 6700. 6-a-a FOIt SALE Highland Tark bungalow; furnnce heated, sleeping porch, etc. Trice $4,850, terms. Mnln 601. (Urn sled & Crabtree, 826 ' Market street. 6-13 FOR BALE Young frenh milch cows. J. P. Wllholt, 1001 Main street, or Mc Donald station. 6-16 FOR SALE Seven-room hrlck house, on east side, clone in. Price $4, Mo. rnsy terms. Msln 601. Oltnstsd & Crabtree, 826 '4 Markst street. 6-13 FOR SALE Heven-room two-story Vouse, on fine lot; private driveway; located on Poplar street, near Klfih street; must be sold this week. Price $4,7r0, easy terms. Main 601. Olmsted & Crabtree, 82GV4 Market street. 6-13 FOR SALE 100,000 onre-iisod strawberry cupss. $2.50 ppr 1,000; In good sliapn. Ho 177, Cleveland, Tonn. 6-10 FOR SALE Cheap. I am selling out part of my foiirteen-room ronmlng house st 111) McCallle avenue. Jf you are looking for a bargain, don't fall in ImiAaHirulA 1. I . m FOR SALE Five-room cottage, near car line, school, churches, etc. Price $1,600; terms $ 1 r.0 cash, balance $15 prr month. Olmsted Crabtree, Main Sol. 824 Market street. 6-13 1'OR fALE Threw or four heavy spring wnjrnna, suilalile for Ice wagons. Ktl Mann, 613 Itronrl. PUT KINDLING. ' liiock or Strip. BARRED ROOK EOGS $1.60 for Fifteen. Call Main 3V FOR HALE-SI mules. Will rto 0fwf work on farm. Chattanooira Tran.f.r Co. 6-16 FOR SAI.MThre. old hscka. cheap, thattanooga Transfer Co. j-jg PIANOS n!! b.V?' tunr.' rnt- n,ov or re. nnish ilk new. For anything shout CZtt,P.-n n-fTd. No. 20 Kait ''h. Main ttiO. 12.rn-l SALESMEN" WANTED" DO TOU want clean. niKh -clang, money, making selllnc propositions? You will find them In Specialty Salesman Mas, sine 100-page monthly; chuck full In. spiratlonai selling talks by best writ, era; every Issue course In apman. ship; vlKoroiinly eiHr "Junk" sellers, misrepresent end frauds; the sitent's champion: yearly $2. Send lio for three months' trial subscription read current issue; If not sntlsfl'wl, 26o re. funded. (Soli on news stands.) Hp, clnlty Salesman Magar.ltie, Caiton building. Chicago. 10-tf TOM WILL EXPLAIN. that i cm hsc ptR.r.pn foc SOO TOPAS - IT SO rUPPCeiSTVlAT OFFICIAL PhoTSPAPHCR. CMtt.AUMArJ) HAS WHAT IS COMWOWLV VHOHH AS A PiM PVe -HIS IKXTOCL HAS APVI5EP HIM MoT To WOCK FOR SALE Real Estate FOR SALE Or exchange, one m-acre tract also one 4 M-acre tract, east of Mission ridge. Tnomas inmoy. i.'i ' East Eighth street. l-m-U FOR 8ALB Twenty-two-acre farm, on a good pike; good iour-roora nouse, barn and well; would take a vacant lot as part payment; $1,300, easy pay ments. George B. Sawyer, 224 Ham ilton bank. Main 116. -16 FOR SALE Real estate. Well located, close-in eight-room residence, espe cially suited for physician who desires residence and office combined; reason able price and terms. Phone Main 466 this afternoon or tomorrow, or Main 38JS between 1:30 and 1:30 this evening. (-14 BARGAINS IN HOMES. $2,750 Reduced from $3,600; easy terms. On Oak street car line; Al local ity; two-story, sis rooms; fine lot Rents $20. . $3,000 Cost $3,300 ten years agot $1,000 cash; city, east side, close In: two story, seven rooms. Lot 26x120. Rents for $25 per month. $4,500 Reduced from $5,000. Dandy home In North Chattanooga; two story, eight rooms; furnace; mod ern; large lot; easy terms. Don't pay rent always. Let us show you. See us first for bargains in real estate. c v. brown & uno. C-m-t-s FOR KENT Rooms FOR RENT . Newly-furnished rooms; reasonable. New Home hotel. Main 3631. 730 Vi Georgia avenue. -1 FOR - R1CNT Nicely furnished front room; modern conveniences: close In. 406V Lookout. -19 FOR RH3NT Two rooms on first floor; front connecting housekeeping rooms. For full particulars call Main 3!3. J-m-15 FOR RENT Three nice rooms and re ception hall, unfurnished; all modern conveniences. No. 3 Fast Thirteenth street, Fast Lake car line. $-16 FOR RENT Rooms. Main 5404. FOR RENT Large well-furnished front room, convenient to business district. Apartment 6, 710 (Georgia avenue. 3-15 Ft HI RENT Furnished front room In private family, on Onk street. Main 1427. j.18 FOR Pl'.NT Modern steam-heated rooms by day, week or month; positively clean nianagtiment; your patronage so licited. Majrstlo hotel, 713 Cherry street S-l FOR RENT-ROOMS-621 Walnut Main 1'PS. 3-i 3 FOR RENTAutomobiles J OR H1RL Seven-pasaenger oar, driven ny lady; catering especially to ladles desiring to make trips to and from the post. Phono Main 6366. 4-m-2a SITUATION WANTED SITUATION WANTED Eiperlencsd nurse, not trained, wotdd nurse con flnement canea. Address Nurse, care News. n-15 SITUATION WANTEIV-As governess or companion to Invalid, by ranited, com petent woman. Address Widow, care News. u.ij SITUATION WANTED-Hy colored girl as cook; must havn good psy, Adiliesa 106 Cornelia street. 11-16 FOR SASH AND DOORS CALL ON WILLINGHAM & CO. MAIN 40 and 068 AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE in one; of tlic biggest and brut Casualty Companies Jn Amer ica at greatly red u red prlrei. Coll M. 489 for full informa tion. GLOVERS GRADY FOR LUMBER CALL WILLINGHAM & CO. - MAIN' 40 snd 368 Who Wants $40 a month for a furnished house or apartment? Must be well furnished and close in. Permanent occupancy preferred. Possession wanted April 8. Address X. Y. Z., care of News. it no molt of mhe. HWRVtei As MM IN TUB Pim op conditioH I TVtAUK WOU- f J - f J 7 VIC MORAN ON WAY HERE TO MEET JACK BRITTON - Dempsey May Be Brought Here If Fighter Can Be Found to Face Rim, Promoter Joe Levy hag received a telegram from New Vork stating that Vlo Mornn la already en route to this city. Moran meets Jack Hrltton here next Wednesday, and the bout Is pre dicted to be one of the fastest demon, trntiona of the puglliatlo art that has been seen here for many moons. Joe has other things up his pugilistic sleeve, but the fans are to be tested out before other extravagant ventures are made. Jack Dempsey is to fight Gunboat Smith In an Atlanta arena soot), and It Is more than probable that the challenger and only rival of the mighty Fred Fulton, who wss recently seen tn action hero, may be brought to Chattanooga. Levy Is anxious that this event shall not be a repetition of the Fulton Harper affair. The trouble Is to re someone In Pempsey's class. There probably Is no one that can stand the gnlt of the fast fighter except Wlllard himself and Fred Fulton, llob Pevlera. however, stood Ave rounds of real fighting against Fulton, and It Is pos sible that be may be brought here to face Jack. This would be an especially Interesting; fight a comparison could be made between Fulton and Dempsey by serins: how long Dovlera lasts. The Moran-Tlrltton fight Is sure, however, and has the advantage over all other fights staged here In that both bovs are fast and capable pro fessional's and are evenly matched, so that the milling should be fierce and scientific, Dempsey Goes After Fred Fulton Strong Chicago, March 14. Jack Keftrna sent tip a wall of anguish here today over the efforts of promoters to match Fred Fulton and Jess Wlllant. Jnck. mnnngor of Dempsejr, announced he Is after Fulton for Dempsey. "We are not after Wlllnrd."'ho declared, bjrf rertnntv know that Dempsey can whip Fulton and do It nicely.' BALDERIN0 AC0STA GOES TO CRACKERS , . i Atlnntn. March 14. Manager Chns. Frank, of tho Crackers, announced Wednesday afternoon that Haldertno Acosta, of tho Washington Henators had been secured to piny the out Held for Atlanta during tha romlng season. The plnver was obtained under op tional agreement the Washington MONEY TO LOAN MONET TO JAN-On Improved real state in clly limits. W. I. ?h 605 James Uldg. 3.I. MONEY TO IAN-m clly snd subuf. ban property; low rats of Interest; three to live years. Macrae A Htuart. iir, East Eighth street, rhone Main jioi. MONEY TO "lo"aN-1.1,"00 for thrae or five vests on Improved real estate! ( per cent. Call Main 801. 2-ll FOR SHINGLES CALL WILLINGHAM & CO. MAIN 40 and 308 FOR RENT Houses w.fr y. anar"i uJ7P,T . 7fa ui ti me rTuTiii .,. iJ,i,kmt mountain, tlirse-fotirths ...ii. f...... mr Una: thirty minutes ........ -...., ,.n hv atiln: three erres ...... I in nnuntrv: Seven .-liiir: 100-foot screened i.. ... il ,,n kai lr tinrrh. Would 111,11 II, Mil. W',. ." ' . -t - -n nffnr, family. 1'hOtl ! Illl", I', I ,-,- r- - ll.ln 1(11 or 2!lsl. s-ll POM HKNT Furnished house on Wal den's tlls, near Mslibltt springs. Four bedrooms, living room, dining room, kltrhen and pantry; front porch 4011. arrerned back porch; built for all-vear oentpsncy; fine freestone water j larijs rnrnVn: snlpiidld nelKblmrhond. Mrs W. II. Davton. 130 tak. I-1 FOK 1(Ii;NT Kaat side boms; Bins rooms, servants' quarters, gsragsi nli e larg lot; na per immin. MACUAK At STUAIlT i'hone Main tiot. I-lt FTIR ItKNT Four rooms, fli Pine; two rooms snd klluhenetis, Nineteenth and load svenue; collage on lookout mountain, big garden tllen View, twe blocks west. Main &mJ. 1-1 BY ALLMAN i 'l -q NATIONAL LEAGUERS WITH UNCLE 8AM Kew York Kelly, fealrd and Jones. Philadelphia Tlncup. . Cincinnati Rath. Btk Louis Currle, Goodwin, Miller, Knight and Hltt Chicago Marriott and Mann. Boston dowdy, MaranvUie, Rico and Schrleber. Itrooklyn Cadore, Pfeffer, Smith. Malone, MUJus, Kee per, FlUaimmons and Hick mnn. 1'ittsburgh Warner, Miller, carison ana mynn. a club may recall Acosta at any time It choosos during; the season. The new Cracker la a Cuban, and la extremely fast It Is said. Ha played part of last season In the American association and finished with ft food batting average. Kb has played 127 games altogether In the major leagues with Washing ton, and has a percentage of .224, making 5 bits out Of 253 timet at bat The acqnlsltlon of this player com pletes the Cracker outfield, providing Roy Moran, the speedy left fielder, plays again this season. Sammy Mayer will cover center field, whlla Acosta will chase flies in tha right pasture. FRANK SELLS MUNCH TO PHIADELPHIA TEAM Atlanta, Msrch 14. Manager Frank. of the Atlanta Southern association team, has announced '.he gale of First Unseman Jake Munch to the Phila delphia Americans. Munch waa runner-up in the Southern association batting last season, with an average of ,3S0. The locals will receive In payment for Munch Catcher ViJ Plclnlca and Outfielder Strait Plclnich waa with the locals last year, but was recalled at the end of the season by Connie Mack, of the Athletics, and Htralt played with Bcranton and Wilkes bnrre In the New York state league. EXCHACKER CATCHER TO RETIRE FROM GAME Frank Pnyder, the younf catcher, who cavorted for a brief period at Ponce DeI.eon under the Cracker ban ner In 1(16, and who went to tha Hrnnklyn Iodger, has not I (led Presi dent Charles Hercules Kbbetts that he will not be back this year. It la understood Kbbrtts Intended trading him to Pittsburgh. Young Hnydor Is through with' base ball, he said, and will hereafter keep sway from the pastime. Ills nam will be placed on the voluntary re- ' tired list of the Dodgers. He wss one of the best catchers) turned out of the flout h Atlantis league. WERE TORPEDOED TWICE WHILE CROSSING ATLANTIC And Jsmes Pittman and Sons, ef Bet ton, Have Determined to Get Even Wrth Gtrmeny, Poston, March 14 Determined to "net even" with the (lermans for ha v. Inn torpedoed them twice when they were crossing; the Atlantic, James 1'ltt nian, of this city, and his two sons, Henry and William, enlisted at the Hrltlsh and Canadian recruiting mis sion. The nttmans are natives of ft. Johns, N. F., and since the outbreak of the war have been employed on the steamers of the French and Canadian line as carpenters. They were torte doed once when they were aboard tha ateamer Canadian and airs In when tha steamer IlelRlan Dilnce was sent to the bottom. "They have already killed ona ef my boya over there," said tha elder 1'lttman. "and I have another one eerv Ina; In a Canadian regiment. Ho It Dnvld. my brother, rnmea alone; with iir, as he plans to do, there will ba five members of the rtftman family fighting undor the union Jack." ...'.4 LITHUANIANS FORM K PERMANENT ORQANIZAT10M From 700,000 to 600,000 Members Nets in United States J. Q. Mllianekat, of Pittsburg, President ' New Tork, March 14. rtupport tdl the I'nlted Ktatea In Its Btrtiasie airnlnst militarism and aid to Lith uania In obtaining Its Independence after the war were pledged by I.00O Lithuanians who opened a two-day convention here yesterday. The con vention proceeded to form a permanent nra-anlaaflon of the 700,000 to I0O.00O Lithuanians In this country, with beaildiiarters hire and local Soviets In every fltv havlrf a Lithuanian colony. J. (I. MlUannUax. of I'lttatiurg, wts chosen president. FEDERAL COURT ORDKRt DISSOLUTION FISH TRUST Members Alleged Company Indletsd at Seattle and Heavily Fined. n.il tt'asb . March' If. Federal court derrees have been Issued order Inr dissolution of the so-rallsit -n Irust," the Ave alleired company wiem bers of which wre tndlcteij here tn Julv. 1914. on rhara-es of vlolatlna tha rlifrmn antitrust act. District Judge KctTer, wfto alKTiea t.. .im eni.il tha 1fAndanta ll.f0. The Itooth Fisheries company, of ielaware. and the Kan Juna nsh Ina; and 1'ai klna; company, of Seattle, two of the defendant companies, were fined the minimum amount, fJ.000. Mors of 11.000 ra'h were Impose on the three other defendant compa nies. . ! LEON BATTIO TREATID TO COAT OF YELLOW PAINT Hi. School Instructor Had RttiqiouS Scruples snd Rsfussd to Push Thrift Stamp Sales. Otturnwa. It. March It T.o Pat tl an lastnictor In the Mh school at Alldn. su!e.tr! of disloyalty, waa .lr.ied In the courthouse steps Tues. d.iv filRht and riven a coat of yellow paint. Ham salt war wa afatnst l.l ri-!llon and had refused: to push the sale of thrift stamps. He wa aakrd tt r slrn and could aot be found today. 0" ei VIGOR TONIC For the Blood, Liver, Kid neys and Bowels. Relieve Constipation. Manufactured and sold 81S Pine SL " Vigor Sales Go. 7 N tr