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FRIDAY. MARCH 22, 1918.
THE CHATTANOOGA NEWS 13 A & B I When clothing was cheap, $15 was considered a reasonable price for a ". good suit of clothes; but now, when the pinch of war is felt so severely, nothing but the most efficient mer chandising methods can produce a fine suit of clothes for $15. There Is One Organization Big Enough To Do" Thai H AUGER CLOTHES $1S Wnen you bought Hauger Clothes for $9.99 and later for $12.50, you bought the best clothes in the world for the money, and you know Hauger would not offer you a suit today at any price unless it would be a satisfactory one, dependable in quality, fabric, tailor ing and style. Buying power, volume of business, small expense, small profit, make it possible to offer you a fine suit now, first of the season, for $15. VALUES TELL- COME AND SEE TENTH AND MARKET I (' 5 in 1 1 H V A If m I AVvlSra aaaal FRENCH REPULSE GERMANATTACKS Enemy . Raiding Detachments Driven From Advanced Positions. Parit, March 22. Local attack war mada by tha Oarmana at varieua pointa during tha night but thay achiavad no auooaaa, tha war effica anneuncaa. Tha atatamant follows: "Franch troops rapulaad atreng Gar- man raida aouth of Juvincourt, in tha aactor of Godat, north of Courey, and north of tha Aiana. In tha two last namad ragiona Garman dataehmanta wara drivan from advancad Franch poaitiona aftar livaly fighting. Tha an amy auffarad conaidarabla loiaaa. "In the Champagne west of Mount Carnillat a German attack also was re pulsed. There were rather heavy artil lery engagements In the region of the heights at some points on tha right bank of the Meuse and In the Woevre. "It has been established that on March 5 sub-Lieut. Harbelln brought down his tenth German airplane. Thraa Attack Broken Up. Paria, March 21. Tha Garman ara carrying out a heavy bombardment along several eectore of the front, it is announced officially. Thraa infantry attacks naar Hurlus were broken up by tha French. The statement: "During the day the German artillery kept up a very violent bombardment between the Mlette and the Alane, In the whole Kheltna region and on the Champagne front, especially between the region of the heights nnd Yllle-Hur-Tourbe. Our batteries every where replied energetically. In the Hec tor of Hurlus the Germans tnmlo three successive attacks. They were either dispersed by our Are or driven back by our counter-nttneks. Kiist. of Sulppes German raids were completely checked. Our artillery took under Its flro and dispersed enemy columns which were advancing In the region south of Montpols, on the right bank of the Meuse, and at some points In the Woevre our flrsX line positions were bombarded rather heavily. Activity Naar Monaatir. "Macedonian . Front, March !0. There was reciprocal artillery activity in the region of Glevghell and north of II ALCA Where Quality Meets THE WORLD-WIDE FAVORITE AR Cadet Arnhein Killed Fort Worth,. Tax, March !2. Cadat S. W. Arnhain, of tha Royal Flying corpa, waa killed whan hia airplan fall at Hicka fielc' her lata yaatarday. Arnhain' horn waa In Naw York city. Officers exprasa tha baliaf that Arnhain fainted while at a height of 4,000 feat. Hicks field la used Jointly by the Pritlsh and Americans, a British officer commanding the gunnery school located there, while an American officer la In command of the flying flelu. Monastir. Allied aviators successfully carnea out numerous nnmning opera tlona on enemy eetabllshment In the Struma and Varder valley and north of Mogltna. An enemy machine waa brought down In an aerial combat. "Helglan Communication On March !0 tha German artillery was very ac tive, carrying out for the most part bombardment of our communications with long range guns. , Gaa 8halla Employed. "During the naval engagement 'off Dunkirk Wednesday night our coaet waa bombarded near l'anne by enemy warship. Along oar whole front to day the enemy directed a violent fire, employing gaa shells, against our bat teries, which responded vigorously, Thla unusually active artillery fighting with the use of shells containing pol- Honoua gas. was continued throughout the day. our communications were bombed violently." AMERICAN RED CROSS IN FRANCE DOES BIG WORK Canteens Supply Food and Drink to Four Hundred and Forty Thousand Men. v. rW. . "aHi - ; tern- , A '" - '.'n, ax- ' r -J- :ZlLi ma a-a tsisrisw Supported by Popular Tom Moore IN- "THE FLOOR B LOW Another scraen sensation of mystery, love and laughter, filled with wonder ful suspense and excitement, keeping the big secret till the last minute. TODAY NO ADVANCE IN PRICES SATURDAY Paris, Wednesday, Maroh 20. Some thing of tha acopa of tha aotivltiaa of tha American Red Cross In Francs may be gathered from tha official to tals showing tha work during Febru ary in helping aoldiera and axoluaiva of oivil affairs. Cantons in tha met ropolitan district supplied food and drink to 440,000 rrteni 14 traveling eantaana at the front supplied 430,000 drinka, while 7 cantaena on tha Franoh lines of communication auppliad 475,- 000 meala. Tha hospital aupply aarvloa furnished 1,465 hospitals with 4,098 casaa containing 257,863 artiolaa. The bureau of home communication found t6 men of the American expedi tionary forces who were reported miss ing and obtained Information concern ing ( olhera. Tha bureau also wrote HI letters to relatives of aoldiera killed or wounded In France. Distributions by tha military aupply service totaled K.&RO pull a of Hoiks, 3,21 sweaters, 1,6(10 ponclms, 6.000 pnlra of gloves, 1,110 mufflers and 1J,- 000 comfort bags. Rest Stationa Opened. The bureau of donatlona to hoapllnl for American aoldiera supplied IVV.SOO pairs of flannel pajnmns, 148,000 pair of muslin pajHitiHa, zi.biio hammer chief. ISO.ono pnlra of socks, 61.000 xlilrts and 1,040 ensea each containing 122 cartons of tobacco and clgnrettes were distributed among tha American soldiers. Three, rest atntlnna were opened by the lied Cross on the lines of com munications. Kach station Is feeding BuO men dully and contains an Inrlrm nry. In charge of a I ted Cross nurse, for soldiers taken III and unable to continue their Journey. It also estnb IIMied one tMiiergenry enntnen to feed aoldiera on leave returning to and from the front. COMPLETE EVIDENCE To Report Deportation of Cop per Miners at Bisbce, Ari. Washington. March 2:'. - Mitlliei lug of evidence Hgalnst clllarna of llisbee, Arlr., who were responsible for tha deportation f 1 .1 H striking copper miners Inst July 12. Iins about been completed by (lie department of J a ties and a report will be made soon to I'reslilent Wilson. Some department of Justice officials believe that federal statutes were vio lated In the seizure by the vlglliince committee of the Itlslira eichsnga of the Hell Telephone company anil th attempt to exercise a censorship over Interstate connection of both telephone and telegraph lines, and by the com mittee measures to prevent the return of some of the deported workers to their homes here they were registered for the draft. If It Is found that there Is Insuffi cient evidence t Justify prnseeullon In federal courts. It I probable that the department of Justlee'e report will be. forwarded to (inv. Campbell, of Arl lonn, for any action ha may wish to take. FILE APPLICATION FOR MOONEY'S PARDON Hmn Franclaro, March IX. Applies tlon for the pardon of Thos J, Mixmey la to be filed with Jov. Wm. H. Hte Phena Immediately aftar the atata an nreme court Issues the remlttur on Its decision affirming Mooney'a conviction and sentence of death In connection With the preparedness day bomb ei plosion here In July, 1l. The remit tur will be Issued automatically on March 31 under the regular procedure which provides that the derision shall become ffetlva thirty days after It has been rendered. Maxwell Mc.S'utt, counsel for Mooney. ssld today that the Issuance ot tha remlttur will t,loa any possibility of reopening the rase in the courts and lll leave tha disposition of Mooney's fata entirely In tha goi mi or a hands ALABAMA FURNISHES FULL QUOTA OF MEN WanMnirtcn. Msrrh -2. - Alabama tiss joined the lists lit slates which hat completed the quotas of regular army nim'ments as time i io tnein The sven Alabama firm's reported y the re' ruitir.g hurra.i of tie war department yesterday eufriflent to send 'he total of that tta to .X".. Jiet one more than number re quired lfiul!an i. 'he on! n'her snjttirn s'ate ai' aher ti'ni ill i'i"tJ le k nuietj -nina men of the J.;i; asaignej Suits ffflS and jf MVj Coats I I I Easter J New arrivals of U , New arrivals of the handsome models in Spring Suits and Goats. Many changes have taken place in our stock during the past week. Daily the express and parcel post has brought us new goods represent ing the very latest of Fashion's dictates. And ns nowhere else our stock embraces the newest fashions in models fur the stout and extra odd sizes, y This extraordinary display is now at, its best, and with Easter just one week off, it will lie to the advantage of every woman in Chat--tanooga to make it a point to see these hand some suits and coats being offered here nt t ho exceptionally moderate prices $15, $21, $27, $33, $39 Beautiful New Dresses in a Wonderful Assortment $5, $10, $15, $21,$27 l'nibracing all the most pop ular models, fabrics, com binations and colorings. In dividual stylos in a complete range of sizes. Popular Models and Fabrics in New Spring Skirts There is a wealth of color aixl fashion in our great display of sep arate ..kirts that gives an unlim ited range of ehoiee ns to model and fabric ami the four moderate prices provide a most pleasing climax to the selection. $3.95, $5.95. $7.95, $9.95 It Is Not Possible for You to Duplicate These Hats Elsewhere at $5.95 and $9.75 because the values are be yond the willingness of others to give. Our buying connect ions gave us an advantage and We give Voil the benefit. Many New Waists Have Just Arrived They embrace all the new models in silks and voiles and combinations at 98c, S2.98, $4.95, $6.75 You niay, tf rtnlliilirtl local rcnilciit or have aafii fnrlory rr frrrncr' nml i-.li to ilo o, arr.ttiKC trrnis after payment rt ttir firt one llnrtl ilown. Wlirtlirr you pay ch or purcluir cm terms, you will f i ml )y comparivnii thai our prior are as low or lower than you will titiil t-Uc where for goods of cijual quality. The AM ERICAN Clothing Company 813 Market Street be r.