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Our Entire Stock Must Be Sold Out As We Are Compelled to Vacate Our Present Location Within a Short Time H. STRAVSS <S- COMPANY Sure Internal Pile Remedy Distress vanishes and permanent cure comes later. My little sugar coated tablets taken internally is the* surest part of my ' treatment, they re move the cause. < Simple instruc- •. tions and money ? back if not satisfied ---ask druggist for Dr. Leon h ardt’s HKM-ROID, $1 00. i*ook tor this .signature I ■ i; . Messrs. A. M. Chisholm, of Iiulnth, and (!eo. T. Anthler, of St. Paul, reg istered together yesterday at the Park. WAR ON AUTOMOBILES. | Chicago, Marc* ——vrayor Harri son declared war against automobiles here today, insisting that 95 per cent i of the drivers, were lawless. Mrs. Harrison yesterday had a hair breath escape, said the mayor, and tlie boulevard in from of his house is a race course for iuvv defying diattf feurs. The first gun lie purposes to fire is an ordinance lie has under consid eration to present to the city coun cil. The ordinance will forbid chauf feurs to sound any warning signals in the busy part of the city. The mayor wants motor cars reduced to the same footing as other behldes. "Chauffeurs then, all they have to do is to sound their horns and pedes trains can jump out of the way," he said today. “Let them drive with care and remember that the pedes trains rights are supreme. The way to force them to do this is by taking away their privilege of tooting horns and making people jump. Insure Your Property With Us x WE HAVE GOOD STRONG COMPANIES EVER READY TO MEET THEIR LOSSES. DON’T DELAY TAKING OUT THE INSURANCE YOU HAVE BEEN THINK ING ABOUT—WE INSURE EVERYTHING. Arkansas Crust Co. REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT. Phone 264. MRS. PARIS HELPS SISTEH SISTER’S VISIT PROVED NOT ON LY A PLEASURE, BUT RESULT IN MUCH GOOD. Sail Creek. Va in Interesting ad vices from this town, Mrs. \V. H. j Paris writes as follows: "1 was down ,111 bed with womanly troubles,—dizzi ness. fainting spells, backache, head ache, etc. I began taking Cardiil, the woman's tonic, and alter taking sev eral bottles, 1 leel fine, and am able to do all my housework. •viv siBier visuee me uus summer, land was suffering from the same trou ble. of course, I advised her to try j Cardui, the woman's tonic, and as a i result, she wrote me a lew days ago i that she had begun taking Cardui, I and was feeling much oetter. 1 am still taking Cardui as a tonic, i and l never tail to recommend it j when I have a chance.’ Cardui is successful because it ‘s composed of pure vegetable ingredi ents that act gently on tlie delirate womanly organs, ami helps build them back to health and strength in a uatural manner. For more than half a century, Car- i dul has been used, with entire satis- ; faction, by thousands of sick and all- ; tng women, as is proven by the bun- j Ureds of letters, similar to the above, which pour Into our office year alter year. Testimony from those who. have actually used Cardui, surely indicates the value of this reliable woman's remedy. Don't you think so? N. W — Write to: Chattanooga Med icine Co., Ladies' Advisory Dept., Chattanooga, Tenn., for Special In structions on your case and fi-f-page book "Home Treatment for Women.'' sent in plain wrapper, BEAUTIFUL McCLENDON PARK. 1 area ted at Lawrence, reopened un der new management. Our specialty, country meals and private dinner pa" ties. Terms reasonable, no meals served after 8:"(> p. m., no drinks. Mrs T .1 Ferguson. Crop I’hono 952. 3-13 lmo LETTERS READ TO GRAFT COMMITTEE I — ONE FROM BECKER’S BROTHER IN-LAW WAS OF A SENSA TIONAL NATURE. New York, March 20.—Letters read today before the Alderruonle commit tee investigating police graft showed that Mayor Caynor and Police Com missioner Waldo were warned against the character of Police Lieut. Chas. Becker, as far bars as August, 191], John F. Lynch, brother-in-law of Becker, bitterly denounced the former . poiiee officer in a letter to tile mayor. The letter was referred to Commis sioner Waldo, who told the mayor that "This seems to be a family,row" and "Becker is doing excellent work." "One of my sisters is, unfortunate ly bis wife. She works for him. teaches school,” Lynch wrote of Beck er, "and he, hero-like, tkeg her money." Site being away, he asks another of my sisters to come to ills bouse yesterday to cook hut attempt td to assault her. Site successfully resisted him threatening to cut him with a carving knife, whereupon he got his revolver and shouted that he would shoot her. "By yelling ’murder’ she was able to get oui. He threatened her with arrest and said he would get one of his squad (the ’strong arm squad’) to catih her on the street some night and lock her up for soliciting. She tame home crying aud with her waist torn.” Becker's wife stood by Becker staunchly during his exposure and trial and is now aiding in his appeal to the higher court. Another letter, written to the may or last March, by one Henry Williams, asked that Becker be investigated. "He is getting more money than a former chief of police,” the writer said, naming the chief. This missive was sent by Mayor Gay nor to police headquarters, there It was turned to Becker himself, the record showed, "for investigation and report.” Beck er’s report was that he had assigned a detective to find the writer and that the detective had failed to do so, af ter interviewing nine men named Henry Williams. Policemen Indicted. Two more policemen were indicted by the graft grand jury today. They are Patrolman Victor Meyer, and Wm. .). Smith, and are accused of bribery. The true hill against Meyer was based on testimony given by Rosie Hertz, a convicted disorderly resort keeper John Hartigan, the patrol man convicted last week for perjury, will not be sentenced until next Tues day. His counsel today arranged to have his case put over, declaring he would ask for a certificate of reason able doubt and present an argument for a new trial. The attorney said he hud “new evidence.” Mr. Whitman did not oppose this move, since he be lieves the more time in which Harti g.tn has to reflect the mose likely he will be to turn against “the system” as the patrolman's friends are urging him to do. BASE BALL. Cubs Rained Out. Chattanooga, Tenn., March 20.— Rain prevented today's game between the Chicago National league team ami the Chattanooga Southern league team. Detroit 3, New Orleans 1. New Orleans March 2ft,—In » fast I game today New Orleans defeated the Detroit Americans, 3 to 1. Evans of New Orleans allowed five hits, struck out seven and allowed 3 to walk. He wag the only pitcher used by the locals. Boston 6, U. of Ga. 0. Athens, Ga., March 20.—The Bos ton National league team today de feated the university of Georgia squad 6 to 0. Today's contest was the first of the season for both teams. Athletics 11, Nashville 8. Nashville. Tenn., March 20.—In a hard hitting game .here today the Philadelphia Americans defeated Nashville 11 to 8. Four of Nashville's pitchers were hammered for 13 hits, while Philadelphia 'recruit hinder yielded 12. Baker made two hits, the first a home run. Cleveland 7, Mobile 3. Mobile, Ala.. March 20.—The Cleve land American league, team this after I noon defeated the Mobile Southern league team 7 to 3. O'Neill and Chapman for Cleveland made three base hits. Cullop pitched five tu nings and Steen four for Cleveland. Jasper and Hogg divided likewise the pitching for Mobile Norther Stops Game. Waco, Tex.. March 20.—A 'norther stopped the St. Louis American game with the Waco club today, in the seventh inning. Manager Stovall Just singled to left scoring two men when a cloud of dust swept the field. St. Louis had two men on liases and none out. St. Louis won 4 to 0. Danielsons Swedish Dyes ... To Be Used with Gasoline. THE NEW PROCESS. The quickest and easiest process for Dyeing Plumes Velvets, Flowers, Lares, Silks, Veilings, Woolens, Cot ton; also Gloves, without taking ithe curl from plumes or Injury to the moat delicate fabric. For sale hy The Roxall Stores, R. O. Morris Drug Co., and The Public Drug Co. EASTER FOOTWEAR For All The Family Ladies’ Pumps and Oxfords Satin, Bronze, Patent Kid, Vici Kid Gun Metal, Tans, White Buck, Grey Suede, Reel Kid, White Canvas. 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