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THE CHATTANOOGA NEWS
JULY 10. (ML
ILICO DRESSES IN
VOGUE FOR STREET WEAR
Catalogues Sate Dresses Past
Material High War Bride
Makes a Love Game
I Ever since the beginning of the war
there hu been it tri t fl : 1 of talk In
dulged In about the effect 11 would
have on styles for women, and In the
' arly part of It, the results wm Jui
the opposite to what one might havo
I expected. Materials In the shops were
more elegant, messes more gorgeous,
and prlcea sound as if on the wings
of an aeroplane. Colors were mimed
With reference to military affairs,
audi as aubmaiini- blue, trench brown,
foam green, etc. Later the. little
trench hata, In khaki color, made
their appearance; but not until the
present time him there been a notice
J able movement towards economy In
'.dress, consistent with food conserva
tlon and other war meukui'PN. But it
f.'le a noticeable fact that the clieapei
materials are beginning to appear on
the street, madi up in attractive
Calico dresses are now listed In the
catalogue of the tashtonnhle ready-to-wear
dealers at prices ranging from
fit and up, but if one can make her
own dres.es at home they come much
cheaper, although the material him
advanced In proportion to all other
cotton good, and has for an long been
considered out of date that the mer
chants have not kept It In stock to
any extent. However, It Is to he re
gaembered lhat fashions like "history
often repents Itself," and nutional
conflicts sooner or later develop econ
omy In all things. Calico can be
bought In the city for I'i cents a yard.
Though It would hardly seem cred- i
Hahle, since Matins, silks nnd geor
gettes have been ao much In vogue
for street wear It '.a a fact that !
a nobby walking dress of calico ap
peared on the streets this week. It
was attractive, too, although It was
made of blue and no particular new
bur stundurds ut this time, the de
mands of those, who desire to employ
children will doubtless he pressed un
der patrlotlo guise. For the present
the national safeguard Is gone, and the
lust lino of defense Is the state law. It
Ib necessary to hold this line. Let the
Illinois slogan ring through the coun
try: 'Chlldien in wartime need full
' time In school, belter provisions for
, recreation and child labor laws en-
I f m reil M
New York State Woman
Asks G. 0. P. Nomination
PATRIOTISM SHOWN BY
WALDEN'S RIDGE FAMILY
Enterprising Children of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Williams Convert
Berries Into Thrift Stamps.
The kitchen-garden of Mr. and Mrs.
R, H. WUUama at their home on Wiil
den'l ridge is attracting especial at-
tentlon these days when the continued
droufht has wrought havoc with many
0 the gardens In the locality. Oon
Itanl Cultivation is assigned as the ex
planation lor the splendid output of the
plot, which Includes vegetables of all
di toriptiOM. Mrs. Williams, It is said,
prides herself on the fact that she. has
personally cultlvnted and supervised
the care of the garden.
An attractive feature of the garden
Is the presence of an abundnnce of ber
rh I and grapes. Among the former are
a number of bushes of everbearing
raspberries. These the young children
of Mr. and Mrs. Williams have hud the
pleasure of gathering and rapidly con
verting their proceeds Into thrift
BOOK REVIEWS AND LITERARY COMMENT LUCHEON IS ENLIVENED
(By Frances Fort Brown)
(By Betty Brown.)
Athletic sports for women mean "good
form" in more than one sense. It Is
smart to be a good sportswoman, and
beneficial to the figure. Every summer
resort, every town and many country
nomes include tennis courts as attrnc
Mrs Anna B. Lewis, of Norwich, N.
Y wife of Sheriff Neil D. Lewis, has
announced herself aa a candidate for
tho republican nominuilnn to succeed
her husband, whose term expires Dec.
31. Mrs. Lewis actively participated in
her husband's campaign, and since his
election has been matron of the Che-
nango county Jail. She thinks that If
I the sheriff's administration is considered
Chattanooga Young Woman, succssfui the elect ought to choose
ner as nis successor, me cannot suc
DR. JAMES C. ANDREWS
design. The skirt was full, with hem j 'Ions and pretty girls In pretty sport
Former City Teacher, Mar
nd two tucks, and the waist was a
Jacket model, belted in with a white
belt, the lower part of the hod Ice be
ing short and full. It was finished
with a vest front of white, and col
lar and cuffs of white.
Another dress of cotton worsted In
hepherd plaids of brown had a styl
lsh aklrt made with the side pocket
Imitation, the body a short coit with
tabs In the back, and a vest front of
linen In Its natural color, with collar
bound and stitched with net brown.
War Bride Hat.
j The pretty little turbans worn with
.dark blue veils have been noticed on
the streets for aome time past, but it
has not been generally known that
these were war bride hats; they
are, and they take the young bride's
tancv wonderfully. While there Is not
always a bridal trip with the newly
Weds now, sooner or later the bride
goes to camp to be with her husband
until he shall embark on the deep blue
ocean, and these little nats are con-
venient for both traveling and "troot,
wear: then, too, they are far cheaper I SURPRISE WEDD NG
than the trimmed hats. They can he
bought as cheap as M to U and sr. ON LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN
no tne nrine lecia inai m i ,...
lollies furnish the real sttrsctlon. While !
costumes, with brilliant sweaters and hat- 1
bands, are ihe word for tennis. The
' coal umc sketched by Fashion Art shows
a skirt of white trlcotlne, a new touch In
j Ihe tucked belt and pocket, worn with a
very short sleeved blouse of white Jnpn-
Be silk and n breezy tie. Smart Utile
hats, all of bright -purd grosgraln ribbon,
are Ihe newest thing for sport wesr.
French and English women declare
white gloves taboo. They are no longer
worn for street or dress. Brown, beige
and gray gloves take their place and
washable gloves are the favorites. Eve.
nlng gloves have disappeared altogether.
Whltten. Mrs. Cooper, Mrs. Frank Mil
ler and Mrs. T. H. Beasley. One hun
dred and twenty-five members and
Announcement has been made of the
marriage of -Miss Kuthaleen Crandall, 1 tiiends were present
daughter Of Mrs, Washington living
Crandall. to Dr. .lames Clarence An-I
.hews, of Philadelphia. The wedding MISS KENNEDY PASSES
wmm .oienmisea Daiuruay, juiy o, in
The bride was formerly a member
of the faculty of Chattanooga High
school, later going to New York, where
arte was an Instructor In Columbia
university. She is an honor graduate
of Wellesloy college. Mrs. Andrews
By Uerlrude ML Hhields; the Century
A new novel, by a pew author, and
her Hist. Bhe le a young woman of ill,
now teaching Kngllsh In an Indianapo
lis high school, und that Is exactly
whut she can do. Hhe is a college
giaduate und put in three yturs read
ing on the modern novel, modern poet
ry und sociology, supplementing her
reading with the epeclal work In Chi
cago university. Does all this make a
writer? By no means, but It Helps
natural aplitudo tf ahvudy present.
Miss Shields' book Is an ambitious first
Ventura, and It bus striking qualities.
First (nothing counts without this), It
is Interesting. Very Intelligent and
keenly observant. But a purugruph or
two will show her style and how fit
she Is to teueh literature. First, he It
understood thatd'Custe Third" Is what
Is culled "society." Hewetl Stevenson,
an intelligent young mun of 110, has
come buck irian four yeurs ut school
In Chlcugo to hla home In an Indiana
town of 30,000 people, and Is not at all
willing to settle In such a small town
us Alston. In the paragraph to be
quoted, he Is thinking about "society''
in this wise:
Wealth was not the only require
nieni tor "caste three" by any meuns,
though many people thought It was.
lou had to have other things leisure
unused energy, Information about ci i
tain lnrms and ways of acting, the
key to tho code, and certainly the de
sire to do tho same things that others
wanted to do. l'lrst of all, you must
have enough money to be able to for
get money, at least publicly. Poverty
was too concerned with obtaining the
necessities of life to take part In the
pleasure of "caste third." Culture, In
the broad setiBC you did not have to
have, although if you did possesB
wide Information about the arts, you
acquired Prestige thereby. Hewitt re-
nieml., i eil thai 1 1 . 1 said in one ol
his plays that the requirements for
society were your "ability to amuse,
shock or dine people. They
(the rich) furnished the money and the
hospitality. Clever people amused
these others and eo paid their way."
As usual, all the rich are suppoaed
to be dull and need people to amuse
them. However. Miss Shields shows
always that she Is very widely read,
to the verge of being academic. Think
aweri her with a profound truth:
BY WAR ORATIONS
Neither cun you elect leader, for, aftj, Trent and Party Guests 01
it, und you earn - r ....
builcishlp la a talent, und you
elect a man to have a talent, The
leader will come, from in. small num
ber of men In the organisation who
have that particular kind of talent,
whether you elect hlin or not."
This little coterie of men und women
have a tine time threshing out muny
public Issue. The "collegu woman''
put all sorts of shrewd questions, and
they have lots of fun und jokes at
each other. Jane is quite ahocket'. at
how little her husband know or ca.es
about when he votes or who he votes
for. He is not at all the fountain of
accurate polillcul wisdom she bud sup
posed all men naturally to be, and the
worst of it is his Indifference. Hut
Kiwanis Club Lieut. Brown
and Others Talk on War.
The Klwanla club was hot Tuesday
of several lender or war work of Ten
nesaee and Chattanooga, who visited,
the club after a meeting at the court
house. MuJ. Ilutledge Smith, who was one
of the speakers, told some delightful
stories around figurea In the war. This
was lnllowed later by fien. M- N.
Wlniakor, MaJ. Trent and MaJ. Hag
gard, of tho state medical board, who
became Infected with the fever for
"The New Woman" la far from being I telling light atories.
meant simply to amuse; it la solid lien. Whltaker and Hon. Foster V.
meat for mature minds made uttiuc- . Brown, chairman of city board No. 1,
tlve in grace and wit. I made the wni'f of Hotel Fatten rcn-
Lspeolslly Interesting is the long dls- sound with their urdent utterunces In
ousslon of "The Third Term," which . consideration of the barbarous llu"
ha piquant history. "Picking Out "MuJ. Smith suys he doesn't believe
Presidents," too, hies surprises for the li. tnlkliiL- war at meals and at bed-
politically ignorant. "I-obbying Oood I time." id Uon. Whltaker. "Egad. I
und Bad" is line, as, Indeed. Is the eat lt a0s jreain about It. MaJ. Trent's
whole of it, beginning with "A Worn- remark about being a republican be
an's Search for Enlightenment" and .,- ,h . A.n.ricnn now and a
the mnny queer corner and Impasses republican after, amused me. 1 used to
be a democrat, but I am Just an Ainer-
but I want to tell you I am
it led her Into.
government health department, will
give a series of lectures on Sanita
tion" and "Care of the Sick." Mrs,
tiertrude Williams will be in charge
of the games and story telling hour. It
is expected that thirty-five girls will
has spent much time In the study of
science and art. For the past several
months she has been connected with '
the Curti Publishing company.
The many friends in this city of
Mrs. Andrews will doubtless be sur
prised to learn of her marriage, as
there was no announcement. Mrs.
Crandall has hern visiting her daugh
ter for the past few weeks in Phila
delphia. The bride Is a sister of Irv
ing nnd Addison Crandall, of New j
Daughter of Dead Engineer
Hurries Home From Washington.
route to Nashville from Washington
to attend the funeral of her father,
D. J. Kennedy, engineer of passenger
train No. 4, who was in the terrible
collision near Nashville Tuesday. Mis
Kennedy was in Washington as the
guest of Mrs. W. H. Snyder. Her fa
ther was 74 years old.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dougherty, of this
city, have gone to Nashville. Mr.
Dougherty Is a brother of Mrs. Ken
nedy, widow of the late engineer who
lost his life In the fatal collision.
CANNING CLUB GIRLS TO
ENJOY OUTING AT SALE CREEK
Bhert Course in Home Economics Will
Open This Week, Beginning
The annual summer camp for the
canning club girls of Sale Creek, New-
Providence. Coulterviiie nnd liaaeweu
Miss Nancy Kirkpatrick Be
comes Bride of Max V.
Tauscher Tuesday Evening.
The marriage of Miss Nancy Klrk
i Patrick and Mas. V. Tauscher was
quietly solemnized at the home of her
I aunt, Mrs. John S. .Martin, on Lookout
Will open Wednesday afternoon at the 1 mountain, Tuesduy night at 8 o'clock.
MISS MARY JOHNSTON
BRIDE OFJ, M.JOHNSON
The wedding of Miss Mary Johnston
anil Barton Mcl'herson Johnson was
solemnized Tuesday evening at the
home of the bride in North Chatta
nooga. Dr. O. E. llardner. pastor of
the North Chattanooga rraaoyttrtaa I auxiliary to the W, C. T. U., has been
church, performed the ceremony. organized at East Chattanooga in Tuy
Miss Josephine Bogart rendered the , Ior street Baptist church. Tho organ
nuptial music, playing Mendelssohn s llat, started with a menil.er
Ueddlng March as the bridal party cn- hi contcBt- laeurtBg a ROO(. enroll
tered the living room. Only the im-i ... , ,k ,.,
111, ,11,1 II- lillllllj m I- JiroCIIU
The bride was attired In an after
I.leut. Hector McQuarrles. author of K0ng to be a democrat after this wai'
"How to Dive at the Front" nnd "Over I ig over nnd i WHnt to suggest to the
Here," has been ordered by tho doctors; maj0r that he try being a democrat a
to abandon his lecture tour under t!: w( U
auspices of the Vnited t'tates commit- I g(,nera, went after the Hun nnd
tee of public information and p n,e' fellow, who hiiv6 procurfd mhiiii
Auckland, New Zealand, to regain his ,ons 0n false grounds. "What I would
1,ul ' suggest to you men, you Klwanians,
1 to do thee hoards a great service
B. W. Huehsch announce a new edi- by reporting every man you rar of
tlon of Maxim Uorky' "The Spy," who belongs n the army. Come out
which has been for some time out of nko men and sign your name. I de
pr nt Ihe Increased Interest In the po. 8p!(j( th(,BC nnonymoug letters. Stand
lltlcal and revolutionary life of Russia 1 up liK0 Amercans and tell on these
having created a now emand for the rascals and don't maire any bones
book. In which Corky throw light on aholIt , haven., a b,t of U8e for th(
the secret police system. Mm who write. these Infernal
,, . , .. , . .,, ... , . . anonymous letters. You ran help your
friends of the late Hamilton Wright fbeardS and make some of those whom
Mahle who have letters from bin I OT y0ur sons ,. noting for who should
personal recollection, or Incidents that b, , ,n, (inches get In line where
would be of Interest In the preparation , thv. 11!ht to he
of a Propoaed volume of memoirs are , ..Tnere.8 lnotn;r despicable ch.rac
fX 111 S,,',ii TmaThl"r ,nal 1 ""' He's the fellow
tO Mrs. M.'iiijt ut Summit, f J. Infir ,..w ... . .
receipt will be acknowledged, and in 22 "SS lJ. "2ftS J?.!" 6?
due time. If it Is so desired, they will ; "n
be returned. time " "
. . - ,, , Mr. Brown turned loose MS pent-up
Georges Ohnet, French novelist and , .ii .,.,, ?1 " Y '
dramatist, died recently In Paris St jBUWiisTwrl mM eSVvT SSZ
the age of 70 year.. He had been ' P0aV; e m. P,V h. ., t ' 7 d
prominent among French author, for I ii.,,""m' P"'. ,lhat & Tre"t
forty year, and had written a great I J 11 wl I. . 1 n'm"7.r wrr"
who trained he was going toVt the, -mber of novel, an d pjays. the best ( ?. ZotXy
would be ashamed to be called demn-
than half a million copies have been "' . "B..nH,e Drfn Prepared,' he
sold. Dramatized and produced In 1 l x. T We are ready now. Haven't
English as "The Ironmaster," lt had an w" heen P-eachlng preparedness all
enormous success In Kngland and i ? . people who had to he
America In the eighties and nlnetle. of , "j"".' lo.nf helong to Oen. WMt
the last century. M. Ohnet continued , aKel' 8 bunch-
THROUGH TO NASHVILLE lng people will enjoy her, and the story
is "kissy" enough even for a movie
It is a study of society and that Is
the weakest point of a really excellent
work. It is a superficial and unsym
pathetic view. What the author does
woll is to show the mental workings
of an egotistic, pedantic young Idiot,
Ml Anna Ifav lvennertv will nana world flr with his noetic renlus. Known Doing i,e ainnre ne t orges
... .... ... nrt n,lnd Uv bein naitner in a M I Which it Is said that as a novel more
irirouKU i ne uuj- una uiieinuou cu . -- r- - - ,
nooasioie nnu iiimii.viiik a niniu .cd.
MISS CAIN ORGANIZES
L. T. L. AT BAPTIST CHURCH
A Loyal Temperance Legion, juvenile
Miss Augusta Cain and Mrs. Ira Hall
be in charge of the legion, whoso
I Il l, Mm .1. I The PVf.lll , i.til, B um-l.riu,, I,. ,1,., nnm, .1..,. tf hlim ,rana .In ohlnn in.l
lAtiderbach. county home agent, and many friends of the bride and groom, I georgette crepe. Her flowers were I meetings will be held in the Daptlst
UIh PpbH Kdmnndson will be in no formal annonncempnt havlnc hppn I SweethenH roe. nnd tilie of the vnl- church.
charge. Demonstrations will be given
in canning, drying, cooking nnd sew
ing. Miss Klizabeth Sewell, of the
Buy GRAPE JUICE
l2 pint bottles 15c
l'pint bottles 21c
1 quart bottles 38c
CORN FLAKES, package. 10c
OATMEAL, package 10c
No. 1 size cans . . . , 8c
No. 2 .size cans. . . ISc
The 26 Red Stores
United States Food Administration
made. Only relatives were in attend- I ley.
ance. Mrs. Johnson Is a member of the
Dr. K. K. Wiley, of Centenary church, ' 191 graduating class of nurses of the
officiated. Highlands sanitarium nnd also a post-
The ceremony was performed In the ! graduate of Bellevne, New York.
living room of the summer home of M and Mrs. Johnson have gone on
a wedding trip and upon their return
will go to housekeeping in North Chat
i Mrs. Martin on the mountain. Bride's
roses and gladinlas formed the decora
tions. The bride was attired in a traveling
suit of navy blue worn with a purple
hat. She wore a corsage bouquet of
purple orchids and lilies of the valley.
Following the ceremony, Mr.
Tauscher took his bride on a wedding
trip, and upon their return they will
take an apartment in the city.
The bride, who has made her home
with Mra. Martin nearly all her life,
was educated at O. P. S. and Chatta
nooga Hich school. Bhe Is a niece of! The Ladles' Aid society of the
Mrs. Martin nnd a cousin of Mis Tatty North Chattanooga Presbyterian
Martin and John Martin. Her sister, ! church will meet Thursday at the
Miss Elisabeth Kirkpatrick, has been 1 churrh. Lunch will be served at 1
a student In the Battle Creek Normal ' o'clock.
.School for Physical Kducation.
JfrMT.HUr.:h ho 'C ,hP 'inKf ,Mr: 1 MR- AND MRS ENGLEHARDT
of Miss Nell Tauscher, is the manager
of the Plggly-Wiggly store.
SACRIFICE SALE TO BE
HEtD BY GODMOTHERS
A sacrifice sale will be held by the
Godmothers' association In the vacant
room, 702 Market street, Friday and
Saturday. Miss Margaret Ochs, pres
ident, will be in charge and a number
of committees have been formed for
collecting, pricing and selling.
WHISKY AND LARCENY
CASES SET FOR TRIAL
three." His furious first love
vanished like a vision In the night,
after he had made all kinds of a fool
of himself, studying which fork to use
nt a dinner, turning over teacupB and
blushing everlastingly with vanity and
self-consciousness. There nre peoplo
like him always analyzing themselves
and finding fault with the world. Then
.Miss Shields Is keenly observant. Her
picture of the old grandfather, his
death and the indifference of the fam
ily is terribly real and repulsive. Her
book has great merit and grave faults,
chief of which is cold-heartedness. She
is more the vivisector than the. sur
geon. And she does not make her
"Caste Three" well bred and refined
enough for a true portrait. She is too
intelligent to have made Biich a crude
mistake. Oscnr Wilde Is a poor "so
ciety director," if he is rather fash
ionable aguln, especially with those
who claim not to be "narrow," that
most terrible word to the self-elected
to write until the last, nd at the time
of his death was contributing to war
literature a diary of French middle
class reaction to the war.
Judge McReynolds has set the casea
of J. A. Patterson, Henry C'oplin and
Clarence Nccly for Monday. Patterson
is charged with selling whisky, Coplin I battle possible? And the "roadbuildlng
"The Fighting Engineers."
Francis A. Collins; the Century
War books have almost lost their
power to thrill. Men coolly read of
battle and murder und sudden death.
But here comes a surprise In this as
tounding and fascinating book.
In thinking of war, who thinks about
the thousands of engineers, the finest
talent in the land, who are making
BERRY TO TEL STORY
OF TRIP ABROAD
Will Deliver Address Tomor
Night at Pilgrim Church.
MERCHANTS SLOW IN
MAKING SUGAR REPORT
with stealing an automobile and Neely
with burglariatng several apartment
houses. The remainder of the week's
docket has not yet been assigned.
A Diamond Ring
is money in the
There could he
no better time to
buy than now.
We are showing
Si e ye r- Le a c hf!
1 Jewelry Co. j
1 822 Market Street jj
Ill a, ,
WEEK-END PARTY AT
The party for the soldiers of Camp
Forrest to be held at the soldiers' rest
rooms next Saturday night will be in
charge of the ladles from the Third
and Park Place Presbyterian churches,
i 'horns Ringing will be conducted by
Messrs. long and Cousale, of Camp
(Jreenleaf band. Special games will
be arranged; ice cream will be served.
All soldier, nnd lady friends are invited.
STRONG EFFORT MADE TO
ENFORCE LABOR LAWS
The State Council of National De
CSns has appealed to the state depart- i
ment of factory inspection for a !
stricter enforcement of the child labor
laws. The appeal came from the, state !
chairman of child welfare. Dr. Jessica
Piexotto. in her statement she says:
"There never wag a time in the his
tory of the world when the protection
of children was more needed than at
the present time. It Is, therefore, of
supreme Importance that the children
who are Just coming into manhood
and womanhood should not have their
physical resistance sapped by exces
sive hours of work or their education
The following announcement has
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Knglehardt
request the honor of your presence
Fifteenth Wedding Anniversary
Monday evening, July fifteenth, nlne-teen-eighteen
4711 Michigan Avenue,
St. Elmo, Tenn.
7 to 10 o'clock
Fritz Bender Knglehardt
Ira Klizabeth Moore
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Wagner, for
merly .Miss Madge i ousley, left this
week for Savannah, where they will
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Milton and
children have returned from Tate.
Spring and are again on Lookout
Miss Elizabeth Bead has returned to
Lake View, after a visit with Mrs.
Campbell on Missionary ridge.
Mrs. WT. K. Poole has returned from
Asheville, N. C.
A meeting of East Chattanooga Red
Cross auxiliary will be held Friday
afternoon at the schoolhouse.
CANTEEN WORlERS TO BE IN
CHARGE OF MIDWEEK DANCE
The mldweekly, dance at Signal
Mountain Inn will be held tonight nt
the casino. According to recent an-. ,,., mnthe
. I .. 1 n ,1,1 I .n .. I . .1 "
attendance and a good
expected from the city.
noon meetTngs planned
by patriotic league
A meeting was held Monday after
noon by the League for Patriotic Dem
ent short by premature graduation Into , onstratlon, at which plans were dls
lndu.try, cussed for a series of noon meetings,
"In spite of what, the president the' the same to be shortly announced.
secieUries of war and navy as well as 1 Mrs '' - Uruwncr was in charge
tne secretary of labor, have said about
the necessity lor preserving child la-
'THERES a REASON
Mr. and Mrs. J. H, Cantrell have
returned from a month's visit to Rhea
Springs Mrs. Cantrell, who has been
ill, Is very much improved.
Miss Ruth Byrd has recovered from
an attack of illness.
Mrs. B. C. C.ann and son, Billy Oann,
havj returned to their home In High
land park, after a visit to Mrs. J. H.
Poo at Daisy.
Mrs. Milton Jrrnignn and children, of
Athens, Ga., nre the gnosis of Mrs.
I.,n.,n', mnlh,.r Mr C M CreVC.
nounceinent, the affair will be a Bed I Mlaefnnaev i lrtce
Cross benefit, the canteen workers be- '
ing in Charge, Mlla v:ssie Poe is spending a vaca-
a numnrr i rnaperoncs win or in . . . . ,,.... ... Oaiav
tendance and a good-sized crowd is tlon wlth nrr P'1"" 1Jaln'
Miss Anita Poe Gunn will return this
week from a visit to Miss Dorothy
DoraldKon in Cleveland.
Mrs. W. J. White, of Virginia, Is the
guest of Mrs. Joe Clift and Mrs. J. B.
Miss Cathryn Henderson, who has
been ill, is reported slowly improving.
Mr. and Mrs. C E. Jackson, of Tulla
homa, were the recent guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Campbell on Missionary
Lieut, and Mrs. Sidney Riddle will
return from Irfike Charles, La., about
the middle of the month.
Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Llghtcap nnd
children, Laura and Pugh. hove gone
to Jackson, Miss., to reside.
Mrs. J. B. Lauderbach and Miss Ma
mie Bright have returned from a
week' stay in Jasper.
Mrs. Joe Cilft will go to Soddy Thurs
day to visit friends.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Edmiindston, of
! Greenfield, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
regiment," the "forestry regiment, tne.
"sawmill unit," "water supply corps,
"mining," "ouarrying," "army and pon
toon post," "gas and flame," "standard
gauge railroading" and many other de
partments, including movie men by the
hundreds, who are Ingenious In camou
flage who can build a sham ruin or a
sham dead horse In which a sniper
may crawl and do his work without
And the scientific work of destruc
tion fairly takes the breath .away.
There, are pictures of bridges, twisted
and wrecked so they can never be re
paired. Splendid roadways so mined
and torn that it would be cheaper to
build a new line; cities In which there
is not a house one rouldMlve in. Not
a book ha been written that gives
such a lifelike picture of war and
man's splendid talervtB and efficiency.
Whole railroads have been torn up in
Canada and transported on ships, then
laid down In France. American loco
motives by the hundreds from the
United Slates have been put upon
French roads with all the Inevitable
difficulties conquered. Woodcutters In
Scotland are cutting down tree, for
France and those beautiful picture for
ests of France are feeding American
sawmills. With this lumber houses
like those In our cantonments nre be
ing put up to give homes to people de
prived of everything. In mnny places,
as the Germans retreat, the "forestry
unit" follows, reforesting. The soil ex
pert Is on hand nnd seed nre planted,
and thousand of young trees. The
great battle guns are minutely de
scribed and Ihe tanks succinctly pic
tured as "forts" nnd "land ships."
One industrial plant in France, with
its tool equipment, cost $30,000,000. The
plant has twenty large storehouses,
twelve shop buildings and one hundred
smaller shops and magazines. All this
scientific nrmy, too, must be fed. Is It
nny wonder the world Is getting hun
gry nnd President Wilson must go be
fore congress about the taxes?
Local food administrator, J. W.
Abel, states that a number of Ihe
local jobbers have failed to make
I heir sugar report to the administra
tion's office In Nashville. This report.
according to Mr. Abel, must be In bv
President of Pressmen's Union Or auppVo? 12?" expect to m
The Order Issued by the food ad
ministration requires thnt all Jobbers
furnish a statement of their average '
sale during July, August and Sep
tember, 1917. The authorities will
At 8 o'clock Thursday evening. In PII- ,,nse the allowance for the next three
grim Congregational church. George L. I months on the reports that are turned
Berry, nresident of the International 97 'he JoMiers.
Trinting Pressmen and Assistants' union, "Jr. Abel says that In lieu of the
will bring a special message to Chatta- i rart 'hat a number of the Jobber
noogans regarding the support labor Is Jv fa"d to receive the official for
giving the silled nations. Mr. Berry re- ! 'ideates to make out these report
cently returned from England and u,y have failed to make any reports
France, where, as a member of a special j at " they have not received the
labor mission sent abroad by the gov- b,ank" Mr. Abel suggests thnt they
ernmcnt. he made en Inspection tour in ' 08,1 nt hlB offlce "nd obtain them at
the Interest of labor. I once. He states that lt 1. absolutely
Music for the meeting will bo furnished 'necessary that the food admlnlstra -by
a military band, and a reception com- I Jlon have the correct Information on
miii ,..,., n..,i- hand nt once.
. ..- i - i, un inmieu ai-
has been named
W. E. Brock.
tieorge 1. Bradford.
T. K. rreston.
Foster V. Brown.
M. N. Whltaker.
J. B. S'zer.
Mrs. C. W, Wllllng
ham. Mrs. Harry Laoev.
Mrs. Chas.R. Hyde.
H. Clay Evans.
V. D. Oilman.
F. T. Carter.
W. L. Bork.
C. S. Goldlng.
A. N. Rice.
R, B, Bm kner.
J. P. Flannngln.
P. H. Gross.
L. J. Klger.
O, L. Llndsey.
Dan C. Slipp.
L. A. Hall.
J. F. Flher.
J. H. Foster.
Hergt. Fred Biehler.
J. T. Stafford.
If. G. Obermeyer.
A. J. Smith.
S. T. Hartllne.
R. H. Johnson.
W. E. Bra nil., in.
H. H. Meroney.
I. C. Shroek.
S. G. Corney.
J. C. Myer.
O, D. Kamsey.
G. C. Tittle.
.T M. Peyer.
W. A. Morelsnd.
Ceo. W. Chanilee.
rect to the state administrator, H.
.Morgan, at Nashville.
These tablets are Intended especially
ror stomacn troubles, biliousness and
constipation. If you have any troubles
or this sort, give them a trial and real
ize for yourself what a tlrst-class med
icine will do for you. They only cost
a Quarter. (Adv.)
For Used Car
Mitchell Aifa Co.
Seventh and Broad Streets
Phone Main 1452
of the session.
Jack O'Donohue will be In charge of
the program for tho noon meetings.
The regular meeting of the woman's
committee of the council of defense Is
being held this arternoon in the Vol
WOMAN'S MISSIONARY SOCIETY
GIVES "WARTIME" PARTY
A "wartime" party waa given Tues
day evening at the home of Mis. R. H.
Holland by the members of the Wom
an's Missionary society of the Ridge
dnle M. E. churrh, south. The home
was prettily decorated In the patriotic
colors. Guessing ContMtl were Mijoyed,
In which prizes were won by Mrs. T.
A. Krorger. Miss Nancy Dodda, Miss
Minnie Meacnam and Rev, Booth
emu ouncn ami re cream r,in ,.
served. Mrs. Holland was assisted in j "' " M TO
caring for the guest by Mrs. M. M. Mrs. Julius Sake arrived yesterday
"The New Voter."
By Charles Willis Thompson; Putnam.
Mr. Thompson says of his book:
"The immediate occasion of its publi
cation is the enfranchising of the
women of New York, which has
doubled the electorate of that state,
and without doubt will be followed by
a similar doubling all over the Union."
It is not precisely n story, except In
a Journalistic .enso. But several
bright women figure in It, and, wishing
to know something about practical pol
itics, they go to some men of their ac
quaintance for light. The result is a
merry socratic symposium, keenly In
telligent, natural and full of sound,
common sense. For instance, one of
the. women asks about how political
leaders are elected, the "business
woman," perhaps. The politician an-
LIFT OFFJORNS !
Doesn't Hurt at all and costs
only few cents.
from New York to be a guest of her
sister, Mrs. George F. Milton, on Look
out mountain. Since the sall'ng of Ma).
Bailee, a few days following their mar
riage, the bride has been engaged In
the work of the camouflage corps, com
posed of artists who prepare scenery,
etc., for the concealment of guns and
Magic! Just drop a little Freezone
on that touchy corn, instantly it stops
nchlng, then you lift the corn off with
the fingers. Truly! No humbug!
Try Frcezone! Your druggist sells
n tiny bottle for a few cents, sufficient
to rid your feet of every hard corn,
soft corn, or corn between Ihe toes, and
calluses, without one particle of pain,
soreness or Irritation. Freezone Is the
discovery of a noted Cincinnati genius.
We have on hand a small
quantity of "Hot Point," "Wes
tinghou8e " and some other
makes of modern heating de
vice winch we will sell for less
than cost to clean out the odds
We also have some Mechan
ical and Electric Toys, such as
Lionel and Gilbert lines of
Trains, Motors, Transformers
and Erectors, which we will
sell at cost.
See our window this week.
607 MARKET STREET