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Fountain Pen For $1.00 - These Pens formerly sold for $2.00, $3.00, $4.00, $5.00 and $6.00 and are absolutely guaranteed, satisfactory will be exchanged or money refunded (up until time sale closes.) An assortment of 1,000 Pens, 72 different styles to select from. If not Mounts: Pearls, Sterling, Gold Bands, etc. The greatest Fountain Pen Sale ever held in this city. This price is for the remainder of this week only, at Hays & Field's Drug' Store Corner Main and Front Sts. Hattiesburg, Mississippi. PROPAGANDA OF PEACE IN JAPAN Baron d'Estournelles de Constant Says Japan ia in Thores of Seri ous Crisis. San Francisco, Cal., April 6.—I'eace propaganda is beginning to make some progress in Japan, according to Baron d'Estournelles de Constant, the dis tinguished French scholar who has been advocating the cause of interna tional conciliation during an extended tour of this country. "One of our objects," he said in a speech yesterday, "is to establish con nections in all countries so as to ob tain acceptance for our ideas under the auspices of the most eminent men. Japan is in the throes of a serious cri sis. No one has a greater admiration than ourselves for the masterpieces created by her artists, the heroic bra very of her people and her high moral aspirations. But at the same time her future inspires uneasiness in us and others. She might exercise a mag nificent moral and civilizing influence not only in the far East but in the world. Will she give up this ambit ilon to follow the same course as mod ern Europe? Will she disdain the glory of uplifting the Asiatic mind and making it an example of progress? Will she sacrifice her noble mission as a guide to the paltry ambition of becoming a military nation? The lau- ! I rels gathered by Napoleon have al -1 SKIN AFFECTIONS Whether on Infant or Grown Person Cured By Zemo and Zetno Soap. An Unusual Offer. The Love Drug Store says to every person, be it man, woman or child, who bas an Irritated, tender or Itching skin to come to our store and procure a bottle of ZEMO and a cake of ZEMO soap and if you are not entirely satis fied with results, come back and get So confident are we of your money, the efficacy of this clean, simple treat ment, that we make you this unusual offer. ZEMO Is a clean liquid for external use that has cured so many cases of eczema, pimples, dandruff and otther forms of skin eruption. ZEMO and j ZEMO soap are sold by druggists | everywhere and in Hattiesburg by, Love's Drug Store. ZEMO and ZEMO J soap are the most economical as well as the cleanest and most effective treatment for affections of the skin or scalp, whether on Infant or grown person. I ! i I I ; : Always a Good Show AT THE GEM THEATRE Always Five Cents. Newly painted, renovated and en larged. Seating Capacity 300, all opera chairs. Latest ventilating system with iced air. : : : : : V ready cost France dear enough and are they to disturb the tranquility of Americans, Germans and Japanese? The future will belong only to those who can hold out against such feverish desires and who can give up the idea of dpminating others while at the same time dominating themselves? Wars of conquest belong to an age that is dead and gone, and the people will not allow it to be revived. "Unfortunately Europeans only see the surface of things in Japan, and the same is true of Europe as seen by the Japanese. The latter think they have seen everything and they can give an opinion of everything in Eu rope when they have paid the cus tomary visit to the great cannon fac tories at Creusot and Esson. They would learn a great deal more by j worn-out traps set by Chauvinism. Everyone understands that proper means must be taken to protect the country from attack, a government must also try to organize international justice and maintenance of peace which is an essential condi tion of internal prosperity. On this depends the development of labor, ag riculture, industries, commerce and output—in a word, progress of every kind. while "To such reasonable men we submit j I teracting our influence increasing the ! general state of unrest and opposing the limitation of armaments. This is a reasonable and disinterested scheme. There are others who go about coun the natural order of things. It simply means the inevitable competition of opposing influences, but there cannot be the least doubt that success will not always be on the same side. To ! J ,ld ® e bv newspapers of a certain kind I in all countries we might imagine that patriotism increases in proportion to the orders for war material given by a government. On this basis the most patriotic government is the one that orders the greatest number of dread naughts and pays the highest price for them. "If you give me orders for dreadnaughts at twenty million dol lars apiece, my newspapers will laud you to the skies and my friends will pass parliamentary resolutions de nouncing those cowards of the peace party." This is .all very well for a time, but cannot last. A single in vention, an eloquent speech or a judi cious remark will be quite enough to checkmate those who are carrying on this game. They have already come to the end of their arguments and made themselves unpopular in Europe for which reason no doubt they are extending their operations abroad. "This is a symptom of great import -1 j | n g saturated with orders and parlia | mentary and public opinion being easy, the makers of war material are J now looking towards America and Asia very much as guns used to be sold to the tribes in Central Africa. ance. The European governments be un Nowadays, however, everything comes to be known and public opinion will not fail to denounce such exports of militarism. Take the case of friends, the Turks. They do not need any battleships, but yet they have been obliged to endanger their finan ces, their credit, and consequently their safety to purchase second-hand German battleships. Will this be con sidered natural? Will not people nat urally ask this simple question: Are warships that are not good enough for Germany good enough for Turkey? Does she need them to keep order within her frontiers or to beat off at tacks by her neighbors? Would they be sufficient to enable her to uphold iter pretentions in Crete against the will of Europe? Will they not be su perfluous to overawe the Greek fleet and the inhabitants of the interior? "The Argentine Republic, Brazil and Spain are falling over one another to buy battleships, it appears, at the advise of the gentlemen who travel for the makers of armaments: and Russia is doing likewise, despite the Douma. This will go on until they are stopped by the voice of the peo ple, and all this folly will die of its own excesses, of the absurdity of the consequences to which it leads, and finally by the progress of science, which is rapidly tending to prove that most of the aggressive expenditure we our decorate with the name of patriotism is a mere delusion so far as its utility is concerned. When submarine and aerial navigation have realized the progress expected of them; hen wire less telegraphy and electric power transmitted to great distances come into general use, and when it is proved that armored squadrons are nothing more than a useless encum-1 brance, like the fortresses of the mid-! tile ages then justice will he done to'■ those disinterested men who havei tried to serve their fellow citizens and promote the peace of the world by try ing to moderate such ruinous iudul Their disdain for the interest gence. ed attacks made upon them will be ! properly be properly appreciated. "In the meantime we are happy to see such statesmen as Count Okuma take our ideas into consideration." WHISTLER AND MOORE. Two Versions of the Famous Caning Incident at Drury Lane. It was in his capacity as editor of the Hawk that the lute Augustus | Moore, a journalist ami playwright of no little notoriety, enacted an unre hearsed comedy with Whistler that created no end uf a sensation at the time. It happened in the vestibule of Drury Lane on the first night of the production of "A Million of Money." Whistler, it appeared, had been an noyed at sundry references to himself in the Hawk am! ' oming up to G us Moore, who was cigarette, struck lu~ across the face with a cane. A struggle followed, and, although opinions varied as to the ac tual course of the conflict, there was no doubt about Whistler having ulti- | mately to pick himself up from the | floor. Each of the protagonists afterward i gave his version of the incident. "1 started out," said Whistler, "to cane I this fellow with as little emotion as I | would prepare to kill a rat. I did cane Ijim (o the, (Bjjjisfactlon of my many friends and his many enemies, and that was the end of it" "I am sorry," wrote Mr. Moore for his part) "but I have had to slap Mr. Whistler. My Irish blood got the better of me, and before I knew it the shriveled up little monkey was knocked over and kick ing about on the floor." The notion, however, that he was knocked down was characterized by Whistler as "a barefaced falsehood." He contended that Mr. Moore never touched him. "1 am sure." he added, "I don't know why, for he is a much bigger man than I. My idea la that he was thoroughly cowed by the mornl force of my attack. I had to turn him around in order to get at him. Then I cut him again and again as hard as l could, hissing out 'Hawk!' with each stroke. Ob. you can take My word for it. everything was done In the cleanest and most correct fash ion possible. I always like to do thing s cleanly.''—New York Tribune. The ocean liner, George Washing ton, is equipped with 4,300 electric lights, each with a capacity of 26 candle-power. j lly smoking a AIR SCHOOLS ON INCREASE Over Sixty Have Been Established Since 1907—Twenty-Eight Cities Have Them. Since January 1, 1907, sixty-five Open Air Schools for children afflict ed with or predisposed to tuberculosis have been established in twenty-eight cities, according to an announcement made in a bulletin Issued today by the National Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis. The first Open Air School in the United States was established on Jan uary 1 , 1907 by the Board of Education of Providence, R. I., at the instance of Dr. Ellen A. Stone. The next school was established in May of the same year at Pittsburg, a third one at Bos ton in July, 1908, and the fourth at Bellevue Hospital in New York, in December, 1908. During the year 1909 i ten schools in five different cities were j In 1910; sixteen schools in J twelve cities were opened; and eight j 0 schools in five cities have been opened ! to April 1, 1911, while definite pro- j vision has been made for twenty-seven I more schools in six cities. Many cities ! ^ are considering the question and will a 1 open ed; New York City now has in opera ' ?! 1 on twelv ' e °P en air schools and class- \ 68 ' and deflnlte P rovlBlon Das been made f0r fourteen all "< b «' to act during the coming year. be opened by next fall. Boston has five open air classes in its schools, and Chicago also has several. According to reports received by the National Association, the result of the open air class-work has been to restore most of the children to nor mal health and efficiency, these open air schools or classes should be established for each 25,000 population in cities. ! One of A Fine Distinction. A small boy in the village school when writing a composition od "Quak ers" wound up by saying. "Quakers never quarrel, never get iuto a light, never daw and uever scratch."' Then he added. 'Taw is a Quaker, but I really don't think maw is."—Delinea | | | i I | tor Where He Bluffs. "Does Bliçgins ever bluff when he plays cards?" "Never unttl he gets home and ex j plains where he has been."—Washing ton Star. True* friends tun* ' no solitary Joy or sorrow -Chaimin^ TO WED AGAIN New York, April 6.—Nathaniel Carl Goodwin, famed even among his in constant professional brethren as "the marrying actor," is soon to take to himself a better half, according to re port. Indeed, It is even whispered j along Broadway that "Nat"—as our hero is best known—has already "gom j and done it," although the ink is j scarcely dry on the decree granted to ; Edna Goodrich, "Nat's fourth, you I know." The same rumor Identifies | the happy bride as a St. Louis girl. | Under the decree granted to Miss Goodrich, "Nat" may never marry again in New York state unless he survives Miss Goodrich, who is a healthy young person and a good life insurance "prospect." Mr. Goodwin has his legal home in California, and has always been a strong advocate of the admission to statehood of the neighboring territory of Arizona, and New Mexico as well. "Nat's" friends ' V are now saying that perhaps his ad vocacy of statehood may be due to a fear that other states will emulate New York and prohibit him from marrying within their borders, and that it stands him in hand to have many states as possible. This theory, of course, only illustrates the Ignor ance of New Yorkers, who evidently believe that the people of territories are not permitted to wed. Whether "Nat" has ceased to be a grass widowers or not, the betting Broadway is two to one that he will be entered in the matrimonial stakes | before the present month has term inated. re as on REB. DR. KRAUSKOPF URGES DIVORCE COURTS Would Have Tribunals For Considera tion of Domestic Infelicity— Bases For Divorce. Philadelphia, Pa., April 6.—In advo cating the enactment of a liberal and uniform divorce law the Rev. Dr. Jo seph Krauskopf, in a lecture at the tbat are Drought before them, then, far beter that additional courts be j created than that one of the most vital ; 0 *- our instituions be Jeopardized. Fay i Detter that special courts be instituted, j composed of specialists, for the spe- | consideration of domestic infelici-1 ^ es * as special courts have been ere-. a * e d for juvenile delinquencies, for arbitration of industrial and commer Broad Street Temple here, contended that "If there be not courts enough to have time for all the divorce cases ?! ' ? ? ® S ' ,han , th , at the dan8er threatening the marital state be aug THAT COME TRUE y \ When the Health Teacher came here to Hattiesburg, he said that the Qua ker Remedies would expel worms and germs that infect the human body, not only would it perform this seemingly miracle, but would cure rheumatism, and catarrh, stomach, liver, kidney and blood troubles. These sayings have been proven without a doubt. He has the parasites of every description, that have been expelled from people residing here in Hattiesburg. He also has hundreds of testimonials from citi zens of thois community that are noted for their honesty and their word be relied upon. can f TO THE PUBLIC: Our Water Wagon will be in Service beginning Monday morning, April 10th. Tank is filled with fresh water from the spring daily. Should driver fail to supply your wants, please telephone either Mr. McCormick or Mr. Fowler Springs. Cum. Phone 917-1. Our Mr. Fowler will call on furnish coupon books. The management desires to thank you for the liberal ,, ;itr(M1 age the past season and to solicit a continuance of same our at the Home 793-1. you (luring the week to A A. j A T Mammoth Mineral Springs and Hotel Co. MAMMOTH SPRINGS" MISSISSIPPI. T mented t>y diminishing Its legal pro tection." The rabbi referred to the act intro duced Into our Legislature favoring the harmonizing of our laws on divorce with those recommended by the Na tional Congress on Uniform Divorce Laws, giving some account of the harm resulting from the existing discrep ancies. Speaking of the causes t£at should form sufficient bases for divorce, Doc tor Krauskopf said: "Good and sufficient reason as la the violation of the Seventh Com mandment for absolute separation be tween husband and wife, that crime Is not he only one that makes Impos sible a married couple's keeping to gether for the purposes for which mar riage was Instituted. When I consider that two-thlrdB of the divorces granted ' In our country are asked. for and re | ceived by women, and when I examine I Into the causes for which they are granted I perceive only too clearly that there are unspeakable' Indignities and Insufferable cruelties that make It impossible for a self-respecting Ameri can wife to continue with a brute un der the same roof, In holy wedlock." là cases of rheumatism relief from pain makes sleep and rest possible, applying This may be obtained by Chamberlain's Liniment. For sale all dealers. Base Ball ) Hattiesburg vs. Meridian KAMPER PARK Friday & Saturday April 7th and 8th, 1911 Admission: Grand Stand 50 cents, Bleachers 35 cents. Ladies 25c. Games Called 3:30. Another report from Mrs. H. R. An derson, who resides at McClaron. She has been a sufferer from stomach trou ble for 25 years. She would dare not eat any solid food at all, and at times would feel like a lump of lead in the stomach. 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