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THE CHATTANOOGA NEWS
THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1911.
VOMEN SUFFERERS MAY
NEED SWAMP-ROOT
' Thousand upon thousands of women
hare kidney and bladder trouble and
never euapeot lb
Women's oomplalnta often prove to
be nothing else but kidney trouble, or
the result of kidney or bladder dig.
ease,
If the kidney art not In a healthy
condition, tbey may cause the other
organs to become diseased.
Pain In the back, headache, loss ef
ambition, nervousness, are oftentimes
symptom of kidney trouble.
Don't delay starting treatment Dr.
' Kilmer's Swamp-Hoot, a physician's
prescription, obtained at any drug
tore, may be Just the remedy needed
to overcome such conditions.
Get a medium or large site bottle
Immediately from any drug store.
However, If you wish first to test
this groat preparstion send ten cent
. to Pr. Kilmer A Co., Biwrhamton, N,
Y for a sample bottle. When writ
ing be sure and mention The Chatta
nooga Dally News. (Adv.)
PATRIOTIC PRECEDENT
SET BY STOVE COMPANY
j$ .THE MOST V
tlEFRESHINtf
DniMKIMTHE WORLD
jtTALL GROCERY STORES,
XkftS AND STANDS,
OS A DOTTLE.'
Each Employe of Hardwick
Stove Company Given Thrift
Stamp Card.
(Special to The News.)
Clevelsnd, Msrch H.-The Hardwick
Stove company, one of tne mosi pros-passive
oraanlsatlona of the south, has
estsbllshed a patrlotlo precedent by fir-
in to ueh of their employe a thrift
card containing stamps, wiucn an 10
nthtp aetrraeatea several hunarea aoi
irs. Umv of the employes were already
nvmtnn In war HVJnn immpi, nuv
now thev have a 100 per cent. shop.
C, I Hardwlok, manager or ine com
pany, has purchased the limit of 11,000
In war saving stamps, ana is neiping
materially in the work of putting Brad
ley county over the top ahead of all other
counties in Tennessee.
The following on a neatly printed oard
was enclosed with the thrift card!
The Tuseanla Has at the bottom of
the ocean, a vlotlm of German ruthless
nesg. With her are some of our Amer
lean boys, who have given their lives
that you end I might be safe her at
home.
"These hundreds of 'lives nave gone
forever, and we must do something.
"Oermany has slapped our fane. She
has said, 'Ton cannot cross the ocean
with your men, neither can you send
I
BANKER TO BE HEAD GERMANY READY TO SENT)
nxt wtril A rirnTTrrrpTf a .
v a avtxjw imunnnrirpniMAnii
Overture! in Form of Oonces-
ions Offer Not Likely to
' Hoodwink France.
Arthur M. Hsrrls
Harris Is a New York banker, of the
firm of Harris, Forbes & Co. He will
sail for France shortly to direct the
activities of tho Y. M. C, A. there.
PNEUMONIA
First call physician.
men pegin not
application of
i Link sady Oinwl tntmr HuJT
CKSVAPORU
, ,
X
To tho Democrats of Hamilton County :
I am a candidate for the office of Attorney
General, subject to tho action of the Democratic
Primary, April 21, 1018.
I have been practicing law in the Criminal
Court, and in other courts in Chattanooga, for more
than twenty-four years, and have had employment
on one side or the other of moro than three hundred
murder eases, and more than one thousand felonv
cases, "While City Attorney I acted as prosecuting
attorney in something like fifteen thousand misde
meanor cases in the City Court.
I came to Chattanooga twenty-five years ago,
from the state of Georgia, and have studied hard to
learn the law for all of these years, and am entirely
familiar with the duties of the office of Attorney
General. I know its requirements and its high re
sponsibilities, and have pratieeil in the Criminal
Court until I am familiar with its rules and pro
cedure. I have spent the best part of my life in Chatta
nooga, and my life has been an open book; T have
made mauy mistakes, but 1 never intentionally
wronged or injured any man.
If elected I will enter this office without hav
ing made any pledge, promises or obligations to any
man or set of meu, except to do my duty fairly and
impartially, and to guarantee to every man a square
deal
I will protect the public peace, and no man or
set of men shall ever become strong enough or pow
erful enough to set aside the lww and to trample it
under their feet, without being brought to the bar
of justice and having administered to them the pun
ishment imposed by the law. 1 will always bear
in mind that for the toor and unfortunate
mercy and charity should be extended on man? oc
casions, and I will do so wherever an occasion arises
that seems to justify it.
X will try to see that every officer U paid hi lcitimtte
cost fa all case, but it sometime happen that fee nbber
arrest popl nj put them in jail fr the sake of fees, ami
not ior tb purpose of enforcing the liw. and these nun will
getB cot, but will be put out of that kind of bminoi.
Dominated by bih purpose to jive the poop' , an
honest nl efficient dmimntratitfn of the liw. I will .nrv-
ciU vot ex cootidenc in me primary .pni 'St, 19 is.
the product of your fsetories across the
sens.'
Let us answer her with an aroused
American spirit. Show the boys over
there that we here at home are worth
rtKhtlnir for. Begin now by filling out
this card, and as many more as you can
possibly afford. Let us be for America
first, (ant and all the time. We are with
you in helping- uradley county go over
the top first.
"HARD WICK STOVE CO."
(Ryley Orannon In Washington Post.)
Germany is now ready to send up an-
other peace balloon, In the hope of either
dividing the allies or Inducing tbem to
enter into conference.
Agent of Germany are active In
Switzerland and Sweden, trying to bring
about a movement in neutral and allied
countries looking to peace conferences.
Tens of thousands of placards have been
smuggled Into the French lines by spies
and defeatists, urging peace. These
placards read: "Let us demand peace!
Enough of blood!" The French army has
captured and summarily executed some
of the distributer of these plscards.
Condition Wholly Different.
Apparently the same plan of defeatism
which broke down the ' Italians Is now
being tried on the French. The condi
tions are wholly different and there is
not the slightest danger that the French
will be h.oodwlnked by the crude devices
which deceived the Ignorant south Ital
ians. These fellows, mostly Calabrlans,
were not very strong in moral at any
time, and their religious Ignorance wss
preyed upon.
Between thirty and forty priest who
aided the enemy In spreading the propa
ganda or "mutual laying down of arms"
were executed. . Twenty-six of Csdorna's
generals were eourt-martlaled and. shot
This information Is given me by an Ital
ian officer who obtained it at the front
Witling to Give Up Territory.
Oermany'a general peace overture now
are likely to take the form of an offer
to make generous concessions to France
and Belgium if the .allies will be so good
ss to accept the war man as It stands
elsewhere., In other words, Germany is
willing to relinquish a part of the terrl
this city, Ten-dollar and twenty. dol
lar gold pieces must assay within a
half grain of the required weight and
five-dollar and two-ana-one-half-dol-lar
gold coin within a fourth of a
grain. In silver, coin of all denomi
nation are passed if they are within
on and one-Hair grain of the stand
ard.
The result of the testa Just com.
pleted here were reported to President
Wilson at Washington, together with
report of the output at the mints in
Denver and San Francisco, The latter
were lnspeoted in this city by mean
Of sample coins. In conducting an in
spection, one piece, plx a it 1 known
technically, 1 tested for every 1,000
gold coin minted and two for every
1,000 in ilver. - v
POWERFUL OIL GU8HER8
TAPPED ON ISLAND OP JAVA
Amsterdam. Feb. 2. (Correspond.
ence of the Associated Press.) Ad
vices from Bourabaya, on the island
of Java, state that powerful oil gush
er have been tapped at a depth of
800 yard in the Tremboel fields. An
other message say that an iron vein
-four feet thick ha been located near
Mallll and the chief .of the geological
survey estimates the quantity of or
available at lO.ooo.ooo tons.
Only On "BROMO QUININE"
To get the genuine, call for full nam
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE! Tablets.
juook lor signature or ts. w. UHUva,
Cures a Cold in One Pay. 10c (Adv.)
PLANS PERFECTED FOR
TUDICT nlV DAI I V I r " occupied and drained dry if
I nnir I UH I MALL! she Is permuted to retain the remainder.
the meantime, true to form, Qr-
In
Cleveland PropOBeB tO Do Her many is hurrying to take over the Baltle
n , . . coast, including Finland, and also to
nil in vne nominy
Campaign.
(Special to The News.)
Cleveland, March 14 Plans have been
Perfected for the thrift day rally here on
March IS. All committees are busy
working out v details and A great dsy Is
utaaured. 1
in the forenoon there will be a band
concert on the courthouse lawn from 10
to 11. In the afternoon there will be a
patrlotlo pared with mtislo, and at t;J0
Hon. Foster V. Krown, of Chattanooga,
111 deliver a patrlotlo . address at the
courthouse.
The parade will start promptly at 1 :30,
and will he assembled on Ocoee street
north of the monument.
MIrs Sallie llonklns will have charge
of the war savings stamp booth on the
courthotiHe grounds,, and will be a.inlated
by Ml Kthel Ownby anil Mlns Mattle
Klonn. Ktatiip will b mild and general
Information supplied by these Indies.
The Hoy Scouts will be out in full
force to ell stumps In the business sec
tion throughout the dsy. and the ladles
of the 1J1 Crosa will serve lunches and
refreshments.
Following Is the line-up for the pa-
raue: i
Sheriff and police department, fire de
partment, (fund, autos containing speak
ers ana committees. O. A. It. and con
federate veterans. W. . R float, national
guara company, V (). W., Ked Cross
float, deoosated autos. Junior Ked Cross
noat. w. It. T. l float. Centenary rnl.
lege conservatory float. Central High
scnooi. coui(ty schools, city schools his.
lortcal noat. city schools, colored aiiitl.
lary noat, eolored school.
make possession of the Black sea secure.
preliminary to encroachments upon Per
sia and Afghanistan.
A few more weeks of unlntemiDted
"consolidation" and Germany, will not
car particularly what happens during
tne oaiance or 191. The allies may
pound at her alnnr the west, rut h ,.
shoulder off thelr blows. They eannot
wrest the Russian western territories
from her, nor can they get Into the Bat
tle and compel her to retire from the
commanding place she hss acquired.
INSPECTION AT U. 8.
VNT FORMS BIO TASkU
N Material Departures In Weight and
viuaiuy or Coins Detected
In Test.
Philadelphia. March 10. f Cor.
respondence of the Associated Press.)
dumpies or specie tested In the an
nual Inspection of tho inited state
mint here by the coin assay commis
sion represented the largest numbs - of
coins ever passed upon by a body of
this sort. The work, was computed
recently.
No material departures from the
weight nnd quality standards of coins
have ever been detected at the mint in
Blotchy Skin
Many a time ron have leaked fart
. the mirror and wished that your skia
would be like ether people wBomyoa
know, "without a blemish." Wash
D. D. D, the lotion of healing oils, over
yoar pimples or blotches tonight and
wake bjd la the morning to And then
' 0nel A ISe bottle win give yon relict
Why don't roa try D. IX D. today?
nD.inxin.
mxe Licxxxici WctSli
Jo Anderson, druggist. Chattanooga.
Tenn.
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This Week's
PIANO
Speoials
Brand-new pianos from
our factories; used pi
anos. The trade-in from
our removal sal left us
with several good used
pianos that we took In
exchange. These pianos
will be sold at a frac
tion of their real valae.
Call or . write
Msnufaoturers'. Sample
. Room.
Union Bank Building
NlnthTnd Georgia Ave.
Before Remodeling Your
Home. Office or Factory
Get t)ur Prices on .
Lumber and Mill Work
Chattanooga Lumber Co.
21st anJ Whiteside. . Phones M. 440-441
Children Ory
FOR FLETCHER'S
C ASTO R I A
DENTAL SPECIALIST!
n8 in sif
DM. J. GORDON MAR RILL
Look for the Big Tooth.
829y2 MARKET STREET
HOPES OF RECEIVING
GOVERNMENT AID
Palton,
visit of t
peolej to The News.)
t.iH., Mnron it. f ollowing a
K. Nerl.. state highway engi
neer, to trtis city the board of commis
sioners like strong hopes of receiving
governmeiit aid in rebuilding the lHle
highway through this county. The board
has ask ml for an appropriation of $15,000.
and this, with $15,000 from the county.
will, in Mr. Neel's opinion, put the road
in rwi wnuiuon.
air. made tne trip here from At.
lanta by automobile. He stated that all
countlea between Palton and Atlanta,
with the exception of Gordon, hd asked
for appropriations for the Plate high
way, whlvh, because of Its recosnU.d
military value, stands a fine chance ef I
getting appropriation wb.n the aonor.
tlonment of government highway fund is
maae inia montn.
DAMAGED FRENCH INDUSTRIES
RESTORED IN FIVE YEARS
t ans. 1KB. a. (l"orre.mrndn I
.sswiatea i ieas.) The damsir.ul In
dustries and the upheaved and r.
hausted farm lands of France. It l
thought now. may be restored to their
full productive capacity within rive
years after the conclusion of peace.
with the xcvtion of denuded forests
ana tne meet gravely wasted land in
the Immediate proximity of the line
where the front has been practically
stationary ror more man tniee years.
Tnese are some of the elements upon
which thvy count to make up for
wnat France will have lost: Continued
and developed use of female labor rn
Industries; entrance of youths Into
active business an.t Industry at an
earlier age; greater activity and con
sejuent .grvnter productive capacity of
all categories of workers, anil an enor
mous extension of the use of modern
labor-saving equipment In the factory
and o the farm.
The development of water power
will etrntrthute tmmensely to fill the
void In Industrial facilities, while five
Veare' recruits of boyss coming to age
for active participation in the coun
try s amlr is expected to replace, at I
least a third of the wastage In human
material.
PARIS SALON TO BE HELD
AFTER LAPSE OF J YEARS
Paris, Ki'b. I". (Correspondence of
the Associated I'ress.) The l'uris
salon will be held this summer aMer
n Interruption of three yvaia. Tt will
inaugurate an Innovation, a!l the
French art societies Joining In the ex
hibition for tne first time In many
wars. The Urun 1 l'alals of the
Champa Clysees being still occupied as
military hospital, the Tettt 1 alait.
on the opposite side of tne Avenue
Alexandre- will be utilised. The collec
tions now hung there will be tempo
rarily sioreit Th exhibition wiil be
necessarily reetrlctud as compared
with thos of recent yeais because of
the considerably reduced space avail
able in the IVtit raU's, It w.U prob
ably be opened early In May.
SECRETARY LANSING AND
WIFE VISIT AUGUSTA
Augusta- Ga.. Mrch 14. ?e.-rearv
of Suite Robert Lansing and M-s.
For Selfish and
Equip with Firestone Cord Tires. Since you are
interested in personal saving as well as in the national
thrift movement, this equipment means double value
to you at this time.
Firestone Cord Tires represent an investment in greater
tire wear, an investment in longer car life because of
less vibration, hence fewer car repairs. The extra resil
iency also means direct saving in fuel expense. And the
dependability of Firestone CordTires fcives the assurance of
increased personal efficiency, conserved energy and time.
The Firestone process surrounds each individual cord
with pure rubber so that no two cords may touch to cause
friction. The thick, resilient, pure fcum cushion, the
strongly reinforced bead and sidewall, the thick tou&h
tread, result in the very highest average of service.
You add many miles to your present standard
'Most Miles per Dollar."
With Firestone Tubes, Tube Patches
other accessories in your equipment, y
still further conserve and increase the lilt
of your tires. You avoid delays, save
many wasted hours and keep on &ow&.
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