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THE CHATTANOOGA NEWS: CHATTANOOGA, TEVN., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18. 1918.
RED CROSS SANTA CLAUS SHIP TO GO OVERSEAS QBE THREE POUND PACK AGE FOR EACH BOY. Hon for one carton. The cartons muat b parked by the nl.it i vi m or friends and delivered, un wrapped and unlabeled, to the Ked Croea to be weighed, Inspected, wrapped, labelod and delivered to the poetofflce. A written measnge may be Inclosed. Cirtaln articles prohibited by the postnj authorities must be omitted. The sender must furnish the nec essnry postage from place of mailing to llulioken, N. J. Each parrel must bear the label re ceived from abroad, with the name and address of the soldier snd the Inspec- Boxes Must Be Obtained From Red Cross and Mailed by Nov. 15. Many calls from mothers are being, un u. n ft, American lied Cross r..omivA at the Ited Cross headuunrters Inspected parrels must remain in tin ...It,, for informa.lon concerning the custody of Christmas purkngei for their boys offlro overseas, because the Red Crosa Is to This rule cannot bo altered hy anyone. SERGT. A. B. CONNER NOW A LIEUTENANT LOOAL BOY TRAINING WARE HAM, ENGLAND. Capt. Campbell, Organizer of Chattanooga Tank Com pany, Now Major. T.leut. Albert n. Conner, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Conner of Mission lidg.-. has recently arrived In Kngland and bus been assigned to I a school at Warcham for a special In the even of a Christmas parcel be- course. Ii ll Snnla Clans author led by the , mg 10.11 no iiiwnsM m am laauvua Maul. Conner vniunicnou mi n.:. war department this year. No sleigh belli will Jingle with his coming, but i AllfiUI N-MAHf)NFY many hearts will be gladdened when LHUUnLI ra-IYIHnUli CI Hie Christmas "ship comes In." Miss Clocphus Mahonoy, of Hunts- There Is not going to be a cartload vllle, Ala., and Dr. James P, Laughlln, for one boy, a small package for an-1 of the United States srmy, were mar- ither and an empty storking for an- ( rled Thursday afternoon In that city, other, either. Every soldier boy who Father Kennedy was the ofllclatlng has crossed the briny deep Is to re- minister. Dr. and Mrs. l.uughlln will reported as rapidly Improving. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Williams are con valescing from thulr Illness at their home In Highland Turk. I. lent. Albert 11. Kogers. of Hlxson, writes from Camp Custer, Mich., where he Is with the Fortieth Held artillery, that he Is recovering from an attack o( Hpanlsh Influenxa. The disease has been raging at Camp Custer with dally fatal ities. Seven men out of his own bat tery have succumbed. Mrs. Hen Heck and children are con valescent from Influenia. Miss Arbutus Thomas, of Hlxnon. teacher In Hrown's Chnpel school, la In the city aiding In nursing a number of relatives who are III. The Hrown's Chapel Is closed during the epidemic. Mr. snd Mrs. J. 11. Ktter and chil dren, who have been 111 of influenza, are Improving. Dr. C. II. Myers Is able to lie out again after a serious Illness of Influensa. Miss Luelle Trnwlutt has recovered from aa attack of tin- lnfliienaa at her 1 i,i 11 ii in N!rth I nta I t HAMt. vice In the United Htates army, May Mrs. W. p. a. Moron, who has been 1 HUH, Joining Company C, 802nd bat- suffering with pneumonia. Is reported Tli. I- .... ,, ., .,, .,,,,. Iniurovlna. ks . . , .;;; "s . Vwtr3m o. p.f., Mr., p.g. and 1 " "W'ytl " " -"-,-; naiiy are 111 of the Influenxa in an apart Tonnynanna, i-a. n . i"i" merit In the Roblnaon. C. K. Hylngton and tha Overland-Chat tanoxiga company through H. H. Rmlth. I8HOP OF ARRAS HERB. An Atlantic Port. Oct. la. Bishop Julian, of Arras, arrived here last night on a French liner to attend the golden Jubilee of Cardinal Ulbbons. Victim of Influenza Lieut. -Col. C. Fred Brown, who was eelvo a package the same slse, though roslde at Mobile. the contents may vary according to me .art. of the under or the request rt LjeUt.-Col. BrOWO One thing certain, ti ers Is to be no explosives no toy guns, so to speak . . ... ...r.r.11. will. Z 1 iv h, i Ktn.eiv fv Saw recently shell shocked In France, Is vh'os'eer'v e' h' are "uslnhem i now ahln ,o he Cu, of (he hospl.al. ac rlght valiantly. Under the head of ax- I cording to news received here Train. noHlves come cigarette lighters, day by Mrs. Hrown. In a letter 1o his mutches. Infernal mnclilnes and me- wife, written Kept. 20, ho states that lie nun niso necu suneiioa ii urn n slight attack of Hpanlsh Influenza, but hoped to soon be able to return to the firing line. to rank of sergeant shortly. Iiatcr he was commissioned as a second lieuten ant and trnnsferred to Company A, .W.lrd Pattallnn. with headquarters at Gettysburg, 1'a. chanlral or oilier devices of composi tions which may Ignite or explods. No Intoxicants. Among other articles not mslluble are all spirituous, vinous, malted, fer mented or other Intoxicating liquors; .ill kinds of poison nnd all article! and compositions containing poison. Other gifts barred are liquids or llq ueflable arllclea, fragile art (cleg and other admissible matter when not COMFORT KITS GO DIRECT Red Cross Workers Given New Rules on Knitted Goods. Washington, Oct. 18. Because of the packed In accordance with the require- scarcity of yarn Bed Cross Worker f ihn t.n.tnl Inwa snd reL-uIn- I wero tonay risked DJ national nead- tlons; all other articles which may kill I quarters' here not. to mnke direct dls or In anywise hurt, harm or Injure an- 1 tributlon to drnfted men of knitted other or damage or deface or other- articles made from materials provided wise Injure the malls or other prop- I by the Red Cross. Distribution of such erty. articles to men In the camps and Only Ona Paresl. abroad will be made through the Bed Each aoldler Is to receive only one Cross and not Individually, parcel, because space Is lltalted, and The lied Crosa also nnnotinced that that parcel must not weigh more than I the practice of providing comfort klta three pounds. Nov. 15 Is the last day to men before they go overseas had on which parcels may be mailed nnd an estimate of the number that will be sent from any locality must be made by Oct. 2. The head of the Bed Cross will ap point a list of men and women who will lie In charge of assembling and trans porting the gifts and for the first time the Red Cross rooms will be converted Into a Kanta Onus storeroom. . All Red Cross chapters will receive a supply of labels and caitons. The sender must obtain these cartons or boxes from the Bed Cross headquarters. They are of n uniform size, nine Inches been discontinued at the request of Oen. Pershing. The kits will be trans ported direct and distributed to the men nfter they arrive In Kurope. fir $ I SOCIETY PERSONALS In Mrs. Krnrst Cochran is vlsttlnr mioxvwe. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Fletcher, of 224 Houston street, have received a cable gram from their son. Fletcher Hobcrts, who is with the 302d heavy tank hat- long, three and a half Inches wide and I tallon, Company C, which left Toby four Inches deep. The cartona are to be distributed to the Bed Cross chap tera Nov. L Other official Instructions received by the Red Cross are: The label Issued to the man overseas by the army authorities and forwarded I ,c" by him to aome relative or friend in this country will entitle the holder to apply to the local Red Cross organlza- hanna Sept. 24 for overseas. The mes sage says "Safe and feeling fine." The place from WHICH it was sent Is omitted. Mrs. Mary B, Croswell, of St. Elmo, hHs received word that her son, Kergt. John H. OrUwalli of the Chattanooga linn company, nas arnveu sately over- I.leut. Conner was one of 118 men i lias returned home. seeking to qualify for cornmlasions. ill this number only fifteen were pro moted. All were college, graduates hut young Conner, who writes his people that he esteems It a great honor that he was sblo to hold his own with the group. Bxcerpts of two letters follow: "I am at last on my way somewhere taking the trip I have looked for ward to and worked so naru ror. i only regret that 1 could not let you know so you would not worry. We were given quite a send-off by the soldiers and people of Gettysburg, who learned we wcri loavln' In time to get to the train. The weather has hern slmost perfect, and the sea has been smooth. "We are on a British liner of over ,000 tons, and It Is wall loaded so It rides ensy and rolls very little. We have fifteen minutes physical drill every day. We have three good meals a day and tea at 4 o'clock. I rend and sleep the rest of the time. We also have a life boat drill during the day' "September t, 1HS. "We are all In school now and I am verv thankful we have a school to at tend for Wureham Is a very small place. The country around us Is very pretty. The camp Is on a hill, well drained and the streets are paved so we don't have to wade mud. We have a fnlrlv good hall ground, which i M worth quite a lot to American soldiers -a bathing pool to a little branch (they call It a river here) and most everything we need except a city and some people. The men are well fed nnd are In bnrracks, about the same as in the states. UjU Hlnemnn Is a member of the battalion. J. C. Reed who was first sergeant in the Chatta nooga Tank company, Is In my com panv now. Capt. Campbell, who or ganized Company C Is now a major and Is provost -marshal In London. Mrs. J. F. Johnston Is III with In fluenxa at her home on Walnut street. Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Lurkadoo have recovered from the Influenxa. Master Larry Luckadoo, who has been with his rtiandpiticnts. Mr. and .Mrs. H. ( . Sauls. INFLUENZA I Amela, Caroline and Harvey Wilson, Sour Stomach Mi-o-na Puts the Stomach in Fine Shape in Five Minutes If your stomach Is continually klck ng up a disturbance; you feel bloated nd distressed; It you belob gas and .sour food Into the mouth, then you need Ml-o-na Stomach Tablets. Ml-o-na stomach tablets give Instant relief, of course, but they do more; they drive out the poisonous gases that cause fermentation of food nnd thor oughly clean, renovate and strengthen the atomach so that it can readily di gest food without artificial aid Mr. and Mrs. Kuaene O'Conner. who . Vw, rT. " -j v.. t w Wilson. were reported a few days ago as suf- ".'"i'i?". ,,,mintaln ' who have been ill fering from influenxa, are anxious that J WO kout m0ImlttJn' 'J improving, their friends know, they are well and KJKISJB? ST no t McMllVln and nave not lieen sick. Mr. O'Conner m , ' ".""' Ifi o( influenza at their the well known photographer, and there lRm"y Jl ai4SS2t mountain have heen numerous calls regarding the ""J"" S Kwin T IM of grip, condition of him and his wife. " , Jfi fj L 'rwn'3 MaS P? Joe Wheeler Mr and Mrs Thenar Montague have HJJJ" jfl" rapidly improving from an moved from Lookout mountain and opened ' nf influenza their town house. , f X'Sow continues to lm- Mr. nnd Mrs, J. Huff have closed their ' Drve from her recent serious illness. Lookout mountain homo and will bo at Muster Dick' Lewis remains very 111 the Tatten for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Temple have re turned to the ctly from Lookout moun tain and are at their home on Oak street. lilchnrd Randolph has returned from Jacksonville, Fla. Mrs. Randolph was with Mrs. 1!. L. Bright during his absence. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Howard nnd Mr. and Mrs. C. It, Hayes and family will leave next montn for clear water, Fla., where they will spend the winter. Mrs. F. J. Baker, of Fitzgerald, Ga.. Is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. P. I Johnston, on Lindsay street. Miss Willie Lauderbach has returned to T n . . 1 1 I . . .. . Vtl n Tin tomnrh tnhlets are nlar- mum Dymsi arier a visit to Mrs. "l"mBfV,,n-. 1" A. f . Trcwhltt In North Chattanooca. i no lamny or .inteed to end Indigestion, acute or chronic, or money back. This means that nervousness, dizziness and bil iousness will disappear. Druggists everywhere and Jo Anderson's sell Ml-o-na. (Adv.) CABBAGE Special prices are being made on Cabbage for this week; time to make kraut. Canned Hominy Large cans Red Beans Per can Canned Kraut Per can 10c 15c 10c The 25 Red Stores United States Food Administration License No. G-24792 SUFFERED AGONIES WITH HER HEAD Was Almost Desperate, Says Arkansas Lady, but Relief Fi nally Obtained Through Use of Oardul. Ft Smith, Ark. Mrs. t B. Cllft, of this place, writes: "I am the wife of a groceryman In Ft. Smith, also Van Buren, Ark. For tha benefit of my friends and all other women I am writing this. "I have been troubled all my Ufa with .... All my Ufa from the time I was 13 years old, I suffered agony with pain In my head.... Our family physician doc tored me, but did me no good. A friend told ma about Cardul, and how much rood it had done for other women. I waa almost desperate, so decided to try It. I took two bottles. .. .and felt so much better In every way that I took another bottle, then another, which made my fourth bottle. This has been five years ago, and I have been. .. .ever since. I think Cardul a wonderful med icine, and I advise all women who suf fer from womanly troubles to take It." Cardul Is recommended for weak, ail ing women, who need r strengthening, tonic medicine to help build them up and assist In restoring normal, natural conditions. If you suffer, as most women do at times, from womanly troubles, try Cardul. the woman s tonic. Forty years of successful use are back of it. At ell rtnu-irtste (Adv J. D. RlV. of lllirhlnnil Hark, are all III of Influenza at their home. John T. Blgley has recovered from a se vere case of Influenza, and able to re sume his duties at the American bank. Mrs. W. N. Ilinkle has returned from Memphis, where she was with Billy Hln kle for several weeks. Paris Damewood. a Chattanooga boy at tached to the Q. M. C. at Camp Forrest, Is seriously 111 of pneumonia. His brother, Bertram, of this city, Is attending him. Hal Stanton has gone to Atlanta to take up work in connection with the Army Y. M. C. A., southeastern headquarters. L. H. Sain, a former well-known Chnt tanoogan, now of Nashville, has Just par tially recovered from a severe attack of Influenza. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. A. Barnes will return next week from Martlnvllle, Ind., where Mrs. Hames has been undergoing treat ment at a sanitarium there, she Is re ported to he somewhat Improved. Rev. W. P. Eastwood Is In Wythevllle, Va. Mrs. D. C. Pell and little son. Duncan Clnrkson, Jr.. remain the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. ft Mlshler In Highland Park. Later they will go to Pass-a-Urllle, Fla., for a several weeks' stay. ("apt. Pell Is In France. Chnrles C. Hogan will go to Louis ville. Ky., this week to enter the of ficers' training camp. HOL8TON CONFERENCE. Knoxvllle, Oct. 16. (Special.) The annual session of Holston conference of the M. R. church, south, will be held In Knoxvllle beginning Oct. 30. Bishop Col lins Denney will preside. The session, originally announced for Oct. 9 at John son City, was deferred nnd will be held at Knoxvllle on account of an influenza epidemic In the upper East Tennessee city. at' the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. I'wls. in uiageoaiv. Bryson Roberts, of the John T. Vsnce Co.. Is Improving after a serious spell of influenza at his home. 224 Houston 8tMiss Rose Costello Is seriously 111 of pneumonia at her home on East Eleventh street. Miss Blanch Holder Is convalescing from Influenza. Severnl of the employes or 8. T. ana W A. Dewees' store are absent on ac count ol the grip and influenza. Among them arc: James Sethro, C. L. Loekcrhy. Hugh Z. Payne, Charles Thatcher and J. D. Locker hy. , Miss Arwn Preston, who was taken 111 of influenza at the school of Four Sea son at Princeton N. J., is. according to a telegram received by her father, T. ii. Preston, able to sit up. ... ... Dr Alwvn Atkins is confined to his home In North Chattanooga with Illness. Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Wallace are Improving at their home on Fort Wood. Miss Mary Ethel Chandler bus recov ered from Influenza. Mr. and Mrs. O, W. Tanner are re covering at their home In St. Elmo. Mrs. Bert Elliott and Miss Hazel El liott have been ill of influenza. Miss Mabel Franklin, a toneher In the South St. Elmo school, has been 111. Mr. and Mrs. Waterman, of St. Elmo, have been suffering from the prevailing malady. William A. Etherldge Is able to be up today for the first time following a severe spell of influenza. Dr. D. L. Duncan, who has been 111 at his home on North Prospect street, Is able to sit up today. J. T. Lupton is confined to his room with a severe cold. Mr. Lupton was taken III following his return from the University of Virginia, where he went to visit Carter Lupton. Miss Oletha Rawlings Is able to he out after a severe nttack of Influenza. Mrs. A. It. Rawlings has also heen ill of Influenza. Miss Bertha Watson Is recovering from a recent illness of Influenza at her home, 81T. Chamberlain avenue. James Buchanan Is Improving from an attack of Influenza at the home of his parents. Mr. nnd Mr3. Judson Buchanan, on Missionary ridge. Mrs. David P. Houston and little daughter, Sarah Willis, are Improving from an Illness of Influenza. Dr. Hous ton, who has also been 111 of Influenza, Is now able to be out. C. E. Bradlsh, who has been seriously III of Influenza the pastwo weeks, la Mrs. John LAniar Meek Is lmorovlnsf irom an attacx oi the grip. Mrs. I Ion ik caiuweii and baby are suf- feiniK irom inuiieuzH. Mm. Fred Hill is much Improved after an attack of Influenza. Mrs. Nevln Sloan, who has been 111 of grip, Is convalescent at her home on Ml Mrs. W. W. Brooks. Jr., of Highland Park, Is Improving from her recent Ill ness. Mr. lirooks has recovered from an Illness of Influenza. Mr. and Mrs. William Vlckers and family are III of Influenza at their how in Highland Par .. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hlllraeyer continue to improva from a serious attack or in (taenia. N. H. Nicholson, of llonewell. Va.. ar rived in the city Thursday evening, being called here by the Illness and death of bis brother, J. H. Nicholson. Tho Influenza epidemic in Rossvllle has been Just aa serious as it has been In ( hattanooaa. A number of the girls em ployed at the mills ami factories have been III with the "flu." Among some of the cases In that vicinity ar: Miss Julia and Eva Nelson, of Uossville, have been ill with the Influenza. Miss Ollie Adkins. resldlns at COS Mc Mel' inland avenue, has been 111 with an anarK ol tne "nu." Hubert Smith, residing at 401 McFar land avenue, is confined to his home with the lnnuonza. J. R. Tucker, of 403 Chlckamauga ave nue, Is suffering with an attack of the inniienza. L.eonurd Tin Her is also ill. Doyle Anderson, 6 Chlckamauga ave nue. Is 111 of influenza. J. M. Mcreland, who resides at 422 i.mcKnmauga avenue. Is 111 with the in fluenaa. Miss Ethel Nelson and sister. Miss Jessie Nelson, residing In Rossvllle, are in wnn me inniienza. Miss Virginia Anderson, of hot Chlcka manga avenue, has an attack of the In' lluenza. Her mother, Mrs. J. W. Ander son. is also III. Mrs. Myrtle Parkham, of Rossvllle, has iniiMcnza. Miss Vera Kerr, of Rossvllle, Is 111 Willi tho influenza. James Bearden is 111 of Influenza at his home in Rossvllle. Mrs. Bearden Is also ill with an attack of the "flu Mrs. M. E. Jackson is ill with the In niienza at her home in the cltv. Mrs. George Klrkliln, of 707 Green wood avenue, has heen confined to her home with the Influenza. Dr. Arkens is 111 with a severe cold Dr. Victor Williams Is suffering with an anacK o' ine inniienza. u. r. penneDaKer, who resides on Fourteenth street, is confined to his Homo with the influenza. Boyd Jacoway, a resident of 812 East tenth Street, is I with the Influenza. Miss Hattle Walker, residing in East Lake, is also HI at her home with the influenza. It was reported Friday morning that .ioiin ii. iariy, one or mo leading mem bers of the bar association, was critically ill at his home with Influenza. Mr. Early nas a wiao circle oi menus who anx lously await news of his condition. Carlyle Littleton, who has been suf fering with Influenza for several days, Is much improved and will recover. A. L. Emerson, who has been til ot inniienza, is reported much better. City Attorney Frank 8. Carden and his entire family are 111 at their home of Influenza. Mr. Carden and his family were reported some Detter Friday morn-ir.g. Manse Sherrlll, circuit court clerk, who la III at his home In North Chat tanooga of influenza, Is reported some what improved. J. F. Atehley, a young attorney at the local bar, Is ill at his home of influenza. County Court Clerk Charles E. Wat son was able to lie nt his office Friday after an attack of Influenza. Mr. Wat son stated that while he still felt badly he was much Improved. Little Miss Ruth Acree Is 111 of In fluenza at tho home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Acree, Jr., 308 Chamber lain avenue. Yout feelings are a Jbettei guide than anybodys say-so mm raw ffnin 1 DR. STEELE IMPROVES Condition of Popular Young Doctor suffering With Pneumonia Still Critical, However. Word from the bedside of Dr. W1I lard Steele, who Is 111 at Fort Ogle thorpe with pneumonia, Friday morn ing was that he Is some better, though still critically 111, Dr. Steele has been making a most courageous fight against the malady, which attacked him soon after his entrance into Camp Green leaf, and the news of his Improvement will be received gratefully by his friends, who have been following the course of his illness from day to day M0T0RISTSJ)0 THEIR BIT Auto Club Furnishes Cars for Doctors, as Weil as Ked Cross Nurses. That the men and women motorists, particularly those of the gentler sex, are contributing much toward stamping out the influenza in Chattanooga by driving the doctors from Camp Ureen leat around on their calls, is evidenced by the large number of cases which tho doctors are able to see during the day. These motorists report to Dr. Den Brown in the city hall at 9 o'clock in the morning and stay on the Job until the day's work is done. Others report to the Bergeant of police at 6 o'clock In the afternoon and continue the service until the late hours of the night. In addition to the nine cars which are furnished through the office of the Chattanooga Automobile club to the health department for this service dur ing the day and two at night, Secretary V. D. I.. Robinson was called dn yes terday by the Red Cross to furnish cars for three trained nurses who are sent out by the Metropolitan Life Insurance company. In five minutes the cara were placed at the disposal of the Red Cross. One lady was so anxious to serve when called that she stated she was afraid she wouldn't be asked-to servo again. A regular schedule or cara for each day Is made up by the club attaches and turned over to Dr. Ben Brown. Owing to the fact that volunteers can serve only on certain days, more volun teers are needed for Saturday, Sunday and Monday service. Automobile own ers who can possibly spare the time are requested to call Main 2153 and state when their car will be available. The hours of the day service are from 9 to 4 and the evening from 5 to 10 o'clock. After the "flu" has departed tho Automobile club Is hopeful that the list of those who have served In the emergency will embrace the majority of owners In the city. Automobile owners furnishing cars Thursday were: H. E. Meyers, Charles Hardesty, W. Shep Shelton, Mitchell Auto company through Mr. Bretsky, Eugene Caldwell, MiBses Elizabeth Strock, Betty Fay Bates, Mabel McKln ncy nnd W. E. Hcnson. Cara were furnished Thursday night by J. C. Richards and S. A. Williams. Cars were furnished Frldny by Felix Miller, Mrs. Chnrles Twinam, Mrs. Charles Heintz, Mrs. C. H. Clemmons, Mrs. H. M. Iioftln, Mrs. J. C. Mischler, H. Silverman, B. W. Beck and Miss Jean Riddle. Cars for the trained nurses of the Metropolitan 1,1 fe Insur ance COTnrnv were ftlHHd hy Mrs. DR. DEAKINS WRECKS CAR Blinded by Street Car Light Faeaa New Problem. Dr. B. A. Deaklns, county health offi cer, la greatly perturbed over tha smashing of hia automobile which ha claims was caused by a street car flashing u bright light In Ms eyes while he was driving his car, causing him to become blinded and amaah Into a telephone Dole, completely demolish ing hla car. Dr. Deaklna aald that he would Immediately file ault against the car company but In the meantime does not know at whose expense he can travel about, seeing the large number of county patients. Dr. Deaklns stated that the car which was smashed up was his, but the county paid for Its operation. He stated that Friday morning ha waa forced to hire a taxi cab, at his own expense, to make nineteen calls. Dr. Deaklns stated that ho could not afford this expense and would ask the county for Immediate relief. However, It waa said the coun ty Is without authority until the next meeting of the court. In the mean time, Dr. Denklns la calling on a large number of patients. He will ask $500 damages from the street railway company. It Is understood the street railway company claim they are not liable for the reason there Is no law compelling them to turn off their lights. Dr. Deaklns has employed Sam Ford aa his attorney. GET BUSY ON SPANISH "FLU" Start at onco taking a Dlscolax Tab let every night at bedtime and keep your nose and throat well sprayed with Dobcll'a Solution. Dlscolax keeps your liver and bowels free and active. 25c a box at your drugglst'a. (Adv.) CABLEGRAM ANNOUNCES Safe Arrival of A. C. 8ummere "Some whar Over There." Mrs. A. C. Summers, of 114 Kelly street, Highland park, received a cablegram Friday morning, announcing the safe arrival of her Jtusband over seas. He Is a member of the J02nd battalion, heavy tank company. Better Than Pills. The question bas been asked, In what way are Chamberlain's Tablets superior to pills? Our answer la They are easier and more pleasant to take, more gentle and mild In their action and more rename, men mey cleanse and Invigorate the Btomach and leave the bowels In a natural con dition while pills are more harsh in effect and their use is often followed by constipation. (Adv.) To SCIENTIST CHURCH CLOSED Aid In Conservation of Fuel Rooms Rented for Services. The First Chnrch of Christ, Sclen tist, has closed for the winter .nontha in the interest of conservation of fuel. The congregation has fitted up rooms sii.au James building where services will be held until the summer montns or the completion of plans Incident to the remodeling or erection of a new church on the property at McCallle avenue and Houston street, in aerer ne tn the wishes of the health de partment no services were held last Sunday, but It is unaersiouu mm. re mission will be secured so as to en able them to hold service next Sunday. THREE MEN MISSING. nrn.hini.tnn Oft. 18. The navy de- Sartment announced today that Earle O. loane, ship's cook, one of the three men reported missing when the transport America sank at her dock at New York i. ..r. Tnhn F.hel nnd Chas. N. Tatum. firemen, still are unaccounted for. NO ORE GASOLINE STOVES. Wnahineton. Oct. 18. The war Indus tries board today advised the discon tinuation of the manufacture or gaso line stoves during the war. and urged that material for their production should be used in making gas heating and cook ing devices. SPANISH TO? WORSE THAN HUNBULLETS Claiming More Victims Than Battle Front. Authorities Say Disease Can Be Avoided. System Can Be Built Up So That It Will Withstand Germs of Influen'a. According to carefully compiled sta tistics it Is an Indisputable fact that the Spanish Influenza epidemic which Is now sweeping all parte of the country Is dally claiming far more victims than German bullets on the battle fronts of EuroDC Although civil and military authorities have succeeded In checking the disease in some localities, It la growing worse In others and continues to spread at an alarming rate. That thn disease can he avoided there is no longer any doubt. According to lead ing authorities, the powers of resist ance of the human system can be so perfected that It can throw off almost any infection, not even excepting Span ish influenza, which is one of tne most contagious diseases known. It is persons who are suffering from lowered vitality, who are weak and run. down and who have not the strength to throw it off who are the earliest vic tims. Persons, who have bad colds, who are suffering from catarrhal trou bles or inflammation of the mucous membranes are especially susceptible, as the inflamed mucous membrane lin ings of the nose and throat are an open door to the germs. This condition la almost always accompanied by a weak ened condition of the system. If you are suffering from any of these symptoms, nothing on earth will build you up and strengthen you like Tan lac, which contains the most powerful tonic properties known to science. This statement is easily proven by the fact that Tanlac is now having the greatest sale of any system tonio in the history of medicine. In less than four years' time over Ten Million Bot tles have been sold and the demand is constantly Increasing. Thousands are using it daily for the above troubles with the most astonishing and gratify ing results. Tanlnc Increases your strength and weigni ana creui u guim, nennriy petite for nourishing food. 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