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t I i S THE CHATTANOOGA NEWS: CHATTAKOOOA, TF.NN-, MONDAY, JUNK 0, 1010. JALOMEL ROBBED i ' OFJTS NAUSEA Iedlcinal Virtues Eetained and Improved Unpleasant and Sickening Qualities Re moved New Tablets Called "Calotabs." I Tha latest triumph of modern iharmacy 1 a "de-naiiMated calo mel .tablet known to the dru trade anerally useful of all medicines hue enters upon a wider field of opularity purified and refined from bose objectionable qualities which dve heretofore limited its use. In btltousneiii, constipation and (digestion, and in a rreat variety of ver, stomach and kidney troubles Homel was the most successful smedy, but Its use was often neg ated on account of Its sickening uaJitles. Now it la the easiest and tost pleasant of medicines to take, ne tablet on the tongue at bedtime 1th a swallow of water that's all. 0 taste, no griping, no nausea, no (Its. A rood night's sleep and the it morning; you are feeling fine, 4M a clean liver and a big appe to. Eat what you please. No dan iv.- Calotabs are sold only in original, died packages, price IS cents. Your (uggitit offers to refund the price as 1 guarantee that you will be thor aghly delighted with Calotabs Adv.) !rc Yea Awaiting ) Tte Gresi Crisis? 'So, Da Not Allow Tito le Paw With Natar UoaidwL . I.- 3"7 if MWCW mJSBSem Women who give nature a helping ind during the period of expectancy id that when the time arrives for iby'f coining it is approached and issed with infinitely less pain and tnger. Thousands of women for over half - century have learned that In the me-iionord preparation. Mother's fiend, they have a grateful, relaxing, netratlng remedy, the use of which idkes It possible for them to so trough childbirth without the usual tusea, nervousness, bearing-down and retching pains, and that through Its se tne hours at the crisis Sre fewer nd of much less pain and danger. Mother's Friend penetrates the mus es, rendering them pliant and easily overned by the demands of nature. Uey relax gently and bring happy days ad calm, restful nights. As the result is crisis is passed with greater ease ad in less time, the breasts are kept I good condition and the skin Is made id kept soft and free from blemishes. Write to the Bradneld Regulator tmpany. Dept. P, Lamar Building, tlanta, Georgia, for their Motherhood ook, and obtain a bottle of Mother's rlend from your druggist today and proughly fortify yourself for the com g1 event (Adv.) Timely Warning, bon't wait until the la3t minute, it act as soon as the first lndica ons of a bilious attack appear, and m can . usually ward It off. You ive timely warning, as your appa ls falls some hours before the at ck appears and you keep on eating tcause It is meal time. Skip one eal and take a dose of Chamber In's Tablets and th attack can as i mile be prevented and -all the dis easing symptoms avoided. Try It f. i- (Adv.) FEDERAL COURT WILL ADJOURN WEDNESDAY BIO BANKRUPTCY OASES ; YET TO BE HEABD. Cnattanoopa Eailw&y and Light Company Case Al ! lowed Full Day. 1 Wednesday of this week end the present term of federal court Ira dlately upon completion of the hear ing of the case in equity of the Com mercial Trust Company vs. the Chat tanooga Railway and ' Light Com pany, Judge Banford goes to Nash ville to sit at a hearing of an Impor tant civil case in that city and on July 7 opens the summer term of federal court in Knoxville. District Attorney W. T. Kennerly and his assistant Baxter Lee, left for Knoxville Saturday night and will have everything in readiness for the term there. The last case on the criminal docket was that of the United States vs. Emmett S. Newton, which case went to- the Jury this afternoon following Judge Banford's charge at 1 o'clock. In this case Judge Banford this morning postponed charging the Jury until 1 o'clook, allowing the additional time for -counsel for the defense to file briefs stating whether or not the undivided profits or earnings In a partnership of the kind of which Newton is a member constitute an Income as of a given date. Trial calendar for the remaining two days of court Includes three cases-in bankruptcy. First Is the bankruptcy case of the R. M. Rose company. The remaining . two are those of ttie Southern Pharmaceutical company and the Hltt Lumber and Box company. This morning J. W. Thompson, as attorney for the trus tees and receivers of the pharmaceu tical company, asked that Judge San ford hear the case - in Nashville Thursday. The court stated if there was room and time for the case then, it would be heard, but only on ap proval of 'counsel for the company. If not heard in Nashville for any rea son the case will then go ,to Knox ville during this term for considera tion.. . In the bankruptcy case of the R. M. Rose company the government Is making claim for additional-taxes under the. war revenue bll the amount aggregating something ' like $30,000. : ei ; Decision as to whether or not the receivership of John Graham "and Percy Warner shall extend over the lighting department of the Chatta nooga Railway and Light company, as well as the railway system, will be given by Judge Sanford when the Commercial Trust company case is heard Wednesday. . The receivers will attempt to prove that the lighting department grew out of funds spent In organizing the old street railway system and that the mortgage held by the Commercial Trust . company should Include the lighting depart ment A full day has been set aside for the hearing by Judge Sanford and full arguments on both sides will De entered into. --. VETERANS ARRIVE HOME New York, June 10. The first Ameri can troops who served In northern Russia, to return, came home today aboard the transport Von Steobr, by way of Brest, which brought 2,928 vet erans, Including forty-six officers and 1,4!5 men of the 839th Infantry. The troops were under command of . Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S. C ASTO R I A Chattanooga Business College Trains Efficient Office Help Chattanooga Business College ,1ves students thorough training in Jl Business courses. . All students ho apply themselves receive Just the fainlng necessary to guarantee Busl icss success. Since this is one of the oaln purposes of the school, mes kges from business men, IJke the let tr below, make the managers and eachers very happy. The letter ex plains Itself, and we are slad for I others to read It f ChattanooRa. Tenn.. June 25. 1919 Chattanooga Business CoMese, City, i Gentlemen You remember that re cently when wo needed a stenographs; taii'd phoned you to send ue one, yoi tent us Miss Christiana Smith. k We are now writing to thank you for tending us one who could at once si thoroughly and satisfactorily dlscharR. her duties. We consider Miss Smith' iffleiency due largely to the thorouEl uaining received In your school am e congratulate you on having a schoo with so high a standard. Yburs truly, . STARR PIANO CO.. MISS CHRISTIANA SMITH. Baxter S. Rains, Manager. Stenographer Starr Piano Company . in,, tv, itinvii enme often, either In conversation, over tele- ffti;il.nftVB - - , M , phone or Jn a le-ttter. In fact, the men who employ our students are glad to advise young people to attend our Bchool because of the personal attention and thorough training we give. This Is a fact that the school appreciates 'most highly. , I Interested Young People, you owe It to yourselves to investigate the spe cial advantages of our school, ana men oegin your dmiwm . " . fo not wait. Time ts money. Day and Night Sohool open all Summer. Many new students are plan ning to begin the first week In July. Reader, can't you Join them? ! For further Information, write J. A. Beal, President, or C. B. Carter, Secretary-Treasurer. CHATTANOOGA BUSINESS COLLEGE, Market and Seventh St.., Chattanooga, Tenn. i i V,-. j Jte rs E2SJ I i t iHhT. T"-.Jr- Sjpm WOTrriiiiiiiisjM w($iS THE HEAT w& 'tSJr .! I i Electrle Fans brlna cool r- El l h4 ffifkfN Sift - Telephone Main lh a wmiz&N iSlft . 5900 for a T&n w 1 (I Jr ZS?"" wwivf ll W'11 deliver It at once to IV l s S f i " wvAYiu'ilri, 11 your home or place of busi- 91 1 v t 167 1 1 11 .You'll appreciate It V I I T Ivv'lfl lUljl very moment of the day. Ill j MaJ. Joseph Brooks Nichols, of De troit, Mich., who wore the Hrltlsh t. 8. (1. Uie French war cross and the French legion of honor decorations. Among Ufem wa Company 1, which was named by Uen. March as the unit which refused to return to the front in the Archangel sector. The majority of the men aboard the ship were from Michigan, but there were 179 from Illi nois, 104 from Ohio, from New York and vicinity, and 64 from Mississippi, RETURN ONCE MORE TO THE "CAR BART SITE SELMAN STABLE AND AR MORY APPEALED. ' Century Co. Will Take Latter. . Although Much Opposed, Site Now Favored. Despite opposition, a majority of the auditorium commissioners are said to again be supporting the car barns site at the corner of Market and Fourth streets, It developed Mon day morning. It is understood that the consent to Depose of the Armory site has been gained from the 'Armory board of trustees, who in turn have been guaranteed a drill floor and of fices In the basement of the new au ditorium. 1 The title to the Armory site at the south corner of Fourth and Market streets, which the auditorium com mission proposed to exchange for the property just across the street, is said to be vested In the city'. , The Selman stable site Is neces sary since the car barn lot is not large enough without the addition of the corner lot It is owned by the Century company. It is reported that a special committee from the auditorium met with disinterested parties and appraised the two pieces of property which It is planned to exchange. The exact figure of either tract could not be learned, since the auditorium commission has adopted a "not for publication" policy. The appraising qf the Armory and Selman lot is taken to practically mean that the Fourth and Market site has likely been decided upon by the auditorium commission. It Is likely that formal action will not be taken until after Chairman Wheland returns from a combined business and pleasure trip in about two or three weeks. ELECTION COMMISSION IS REAPPOINTED State Election Commission Rewards Services of Ham ilton Commissioners. The entire Hamilton county elec tion, commission composei of Theo King, J. B. F. Lowry and McKtnley Hays, wore reappointed Monday by the state board of elections. The three Hamilton county members were recommended for reappointment on account of their excellent services and the state board in reappointing them stated they had had no fault to find and nothing but praise for them. Some time ago Mr. Lowry expressed his intentions of retiring and recom mended that I. B. Meriiam, Jr.,, be given the vacancy. However, an ef fort was then made to have an ap pointee favorable to republican In terests named and Mr. Lowry promptly put his disapproval on this by saying he v, juld again accept the place himself. Mr. King is the chair. man of the commission and Mr, LoWry secretary. Mr. Hays la the repuoiican memoer. ; WILL REBUILD FACTORY ON MUCH LARGER SCALE New $77,000 Structure Will Replace Building Re cently Burned, Ground was broken on the prop erty of the American Manufacturing company on Water street Monday morning for' a new building, which will Increase the capacity about one third. Manager J. B. Robinson stated Monday morning. The old plant. It will be remembered, wts totally de stroyed by fire a month or so ago. The building which burned was 173x 140 feet, part of the building, being two stories in hcignt. The new factory will be of con crete construction, fireproof through out. The building alone will cost 177,000. It will be considerably lar ger than the old building. It will be one story in height, with a floor space of 140x?40 feefr A permit for J 13,000 was taken out Monday, morn ing for the preliminary work. At the time of destruction by fire the plant was engaged in the manu facture of hardware specialties. With the completion of the new plant the company will manufacture a more extensive line. - TO SURRENDER SELLF Bethmann-Hollweg. is trylnir to save the kaiser; smoke "Muriels" and give yourself up to pure pleas ure. At all dealers. Chaney-Scott Cigar Qo, distributors.-(Adv.) WHO INDORSED PARKS WORLEY FOR MARSHAL? Democrats of Middle Tennes see Aroused and Will Pro test Appointment. Nashville, June SO; (Special.) Although it is current talk here that Gov. Roberts and other state officials, Including Speakers Andrew L. Todd, of the senate, and Seth M. Walker, of the house, have indorsed J. Parks Worley for the position of United States marshal for East Tennessee, no one Is Duttlng out anything In the wav of definite information, it being evident that those involved are wait ing for Senator John K. Shields to make public his reasons for Worley's appointment, as he previously an nounced he would do In the near fu ture. In spite of the Indorsements, as rumored, It Is understood that many prominent democrats of the state do not approve of Worley's appointment and are making a fight to have It quashed before a chance for con firmatlon. In the meantime the democrats of the state are awaiting senator Shields' promised statement of rea sons for the Sullivan countian s ap polntmpnt. For Constipation DISCOLAX 1 IrmMMWH .taLr yk A wonderful Improvement ever th ld-styl ealomel tablet. Won't male you Dick, Dut aoos orouso sluaaish livers. 5 cents) box. One Large Assortment of EVENING DRESSES ONE-HALF PRICE ,fi03.MARKEXJ5ili 'NEXI.TFlSCHEtfS' Our Entire Stock of SUMMER SPORT COATS OHE-IIALF PRICE OUR GREAT SEMI-ANNUAL SALE IS NOW ON away. To miss this tremendous selling event means great reappointment. Our stock is large and there'll be plenty of bargains every day until the sale closes. ' : These Prices Will Mean a Quick Clearance of ; Our Suit Stock One rack of Suits that were formerly priced up to $75.00 Clearance Sale Price . , 4 One rack of Suits that were formerly priced up to $35.00 Clearance Sale Price .75 One rack of Suits that were t 1-,'' ' formerly priced up to $50.00 Clearance Sale Price One rack of Suits that were formerly priced up to $60.00 Clearance Sale Price One rack of Suits, high-grade French room models, former prices up to $110.00 Clearance Sale Price. . .... MMLLMEEY One table Hats worth up to $7.50 reduced to ........... i . ....... One table Hats worth up to $15.00 ,. reduced to .... $1.98 $3.98 One table Hats worth up to $25.00 reduced to : $7.50 One table Hats worth up 'io $35.00 $12.50 T. . reduced to. , .j wj-'-; ' All Knox Sailors One-Half Price $6.95 Remarkable Reductions on Never Has Such Values 150 dresses of gingham, voiles, etc. Beauti ful styles for women and misses. Former prices up to $16.50. Clearance Sale price . 100 dresses of gingham, voiles, organdies in ' k all the new shades and styles. Here's a v bargain; values up to $27.50; Clearance Sale Price 150 dresses of high-grade ginghams, voiles, ( ' organdies, crepe de chines, georgettes,- c) taffetas, etc. One of the biggest and best assortments of the sale; values up to $35. Clearance Sale Price Our Entire Stock of Dresses. .... ....... as These Been Offered 2 8 One rack of dresses that were formerly priced up to $45, and consisting of geor gettes, crepe do chines and taffetas in all the new colors and styles; Clearance Sale Price -. . 1 100 dresses of georgette, tricolette, etc. Some beautiful things in this assortment; values up to $55; Clearance Sale Price. . . $21.75 $34 Here's a good one. Seventy-five high-grade dresses from our French room. Former values up to $65; Clearance Sale Price. . . One large assortment of dresses from our French room. They will go in this Clearance Sale at . ' , Vs and Off! OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF oofSi Snpos, Dolnns VA Flf . On Our Entire Stock of Silk and Wool SKIRTS This Sale STRICTLY CASH fc. m 803 MARKET ST; NEXT TO FISCHER'S Ho Refunds! m No Charges! Ho Approvals! i i! i 3EJ Atkyour Druaaist.