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/ Copyright 1921 Hart Schaftr.ci A Mai* Style with color is the thing Good style in clothes is im portant; but fine quality and rich coloring make good style even better. Hart Schaffner & Marx suits and overcoats have it all; | smart style, new colorings and the best all-wool fabrics, 1-3 better values now at these prices. $28.75 and $34.95 . Other good makes now going at $9.90 to $29.85 Make this your store in 1922. We will give you more for your dollar than ever be fore. Come and see us. JOE BOSWELL THE CLOTHIER The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes I I 1--- - M W I si li »u CAMI' 1'IKi: rin- in-got in 1 ions that (inw-nior Mi if has i iinhi' sal w ith the War 1 »i> .i 11n<m11 .wit I'tiahlo Arkansas to oh in w ha t it lias mw or hail hofore sail iii. >h i:. .,i I if a • at ill | • a Hit a i amp a is all i a.lx tor t ho i raining ol' ■ ■ * 111fi > l'ni tho tuturo. unloss thf War l>fiijirtinfill shotihl aga u if . "io it s tnoilit if s, ('amp I'ihe will i io as tho hoathpia i tors ol tho At las.as National Cuaial ami will sup a plao lor tho i iu ampmonls uf ■ no gnaiii Tho state is in have ns „in.\ nl the huililings a- max ho ■ oiled. I'ho \ikansas military anthoritio plan to prox do tnr N.0O0 guaril'iuoa and for tho storage ft militarx equip mont. Tho.x hope in addition In mako I amp Til.e th stone nl otiu'r ni’litnrx a .-I i v it ios Wo are t • ■ • i that i ■: < > i' > will In mnilo to haxi a litizons' mil lary training tamp a! l*iio oxary sum mor ninl that tlio states in this i orp area, xxhifh. in athlitioii to Arkarisn finpraff- Mi-.sfi.ii Kansas. loxxa Ni'hias.ai Mnitu - . a, Ninth Ikikot,, ami Smith 1 »a kma. w Ml he invited t., III,Id at Pike theii annual eneainp un>nt> I'm the training id' their troops lh re are ways in which Lamp l'ike will continue In inure In the hetieli; id' l.ittle Keek ami Arkansas And it max tiring oilier heuelits Im the in t lire \ r ka nsa s i la zet 11 o 1)1 IPS' 1 \\ VS 11; MOM V ON LOO!) "The reii'iit campaign against mist, fulness in Hliug did Hot alliit im unit'll as I haven't hi mi ahlo to oat anything hut toast and tea fur tlm past I i v i • years K\eu that would i reale iias and eaUse me distress My weight was down to eight,'four pounds and in' compleMnn imuldv I had fro I iniet11 pains in the region ot tin ap | pendi\ I am glad I did not lisp n to an opoiat mi. as Mnyr’s Wonderful Keiiiedv has made a new woman o; ! mo," It is a simple, harmless propara jtimi that I, iiimr> the eatarrhai mia is j from the intestinal trail and allavs (the intliimmat imi which onuses pnu ii- all.' all stomach. liver and iuto-iinal ailments, im-lnding appendicit s a,,,, dose will eouvinoo m money rofunded lli-terlv lung Kioto ami druggists . ex ei \ w here FORD’S BID IS FIRST Others Not in Competition With It, Weeks Says— Tinkler Revamps Offer. Washington. .Ian 7 Henry For,I in the view of War Department officials, occupies the position ot first import ance among those bidding for lease, purchase, completion and operation ot the Muscle Shoals. Ala., nitrate and power projects. Secretary Weeks announced today after a conference with ('■ <’• Tinkler of Salt Franc'seo. president of the Const met ion Company of North Amer ica, who sought an agreement by which his company would complete construe tion work and operate the plants on a semi -governmental basis, that the Fol d j offer was the only comprehensive scheme before him tor completion oi the project and maiiwtacftire ot lerti lizer hv private enterprise. F.oth the Tinkler proposal and that recently submitted by Frederick 1. Kngstre.m ot Wilmington. N C . it was | said, related almost entirely to con struction work on tin' dams and other 'plants and involved the government in future management ot them :is well as in paying for the work to he done The virtual placing ot the two oi t',.r- in tbo class of emit rtlct bids rath er than lease ami opera I mu proposal' brought Mr. Ford’s plan again to the forefront of the transaction and re moved in tin1 minds of War I'epn.i iijeni officials whatever idea had ex isleil Unit the Tinkler and Kiig.-trimi plans were of a competitive sort a compared to that of the lmlrnit man nf.ietnrer. |i w: - I • 1 !!•• I that when Mr. Week ! i r ' • ; In e; ■ -i i his desire to dispose nf fli*’ Mi < !•' Slmals prop ' ties in 11 : ntahli prixate interest who would g-;,i inlitec In operate them to I lie eotlH t r,x - adxa stage iie wn< protup.ed pt hn eipalty hy ike motive of making them .. rx i-e.-i: !■ :o 1 I- mill'll. guaranteeing li-.'ir o]M*r.ition rather than letting 11>i■'11 siaml still, and willin'.! asking . .■ ig, i• - ■ .ir t i■ millions m-ei >-a ry 1 or gii\erumeni ii sstrueiioii and manage luelit. S111 lia desire still exists ill the milid III the will' seretary. it was said, mill the Ford offer, ’t was added, i the tun t"st tiling the government 1ms reeiveil for its I'idtillineii!. That. Imwexer. is not regarded :i - a perfect fntiiliiient in its present form lit' the desires ot Mr. Wicks and the : si 'eret a ry will seek to have it amend fij in conference seheduh'd t ’ * begin Wednesday between the department of its rcpro.'oiitat ixes of Mr lord and the latter in person. Meanw iiie M i Tinkler ami ! ' ' ’ lliteheee aeihig as Ids engineer ad x isi-r. will remain here in eonferem ■ i w ith nriiiv engineers li was olliei.illy announced tliat Ihev would modify the plans they explained I" the secret a r. tnilut I 'lit it was not slated in what nia’ii i tiic alterations would I" made The Kin's! mill offer remain d in the halnl' o: tin' eliiel ol etinhiecrs, Maj ’ili'i, It,'... h, for stmix and further re pert hy II til I" Secret a l'\ Weeks. Senator Harris of tmorula .also eoti t f«* l i e. I \» , 11 the war sc. ret a r \ I oil a i ! oil tin Mltsele Simals titles! lull. lie j ol I lie t r. memions interest oil , the part of Ilie people of ids slate I ill the m. I 'I i • 1 a et II I'c "! loll il i/.el s ,|||i . development ol puWC! Then senator tuned Mr. \V> eks not to (jive control ol' the Muscle Shoals j properties to any corporal ion controll ed by the fertilizer or power trusts In planninn his base of the properties the senator timed that he investinab* | the si oi kholders III the eotntia nie- led dma for 'iidi leases and asked ilia I the names ot the Stockholders ol til1' companies lie incorporated a' a par! nl the sii ietar.\'s report to t'onnress. o .•o.ontt i:\u.s simri l) I. til* Ifnk, Ai k . .1 an. !> A, eord inn to a bulletin issued todu\ Iiy W\ S I'm ier sei rotar\ ot tin Arkansas t ut lot, I'adi Association, shipments from tin compresses of the stale last week amounted to bales, which was approximately twice the amount ship pill | he Week before, when a low Week My record was established. The re i eipls I of the week were 1 l.trjs bales, as ana ins! l.k.'i.iT the week before, lea\ inn a total st.., k on hand of .‘Kil.ivs bales as anaitlsl .'l.V.I.Vut; the week be fore. j DECLAKtb fKUMl FORCES WINNING Chicago. Jan. 8.—Prohibit on law i> not a failure, and while enforcement of it probably will never reach the 100 per cent point of efficiency, it rapidly is approaching the highest possible point. U. A Haynes, natbttial prohibi tion director, said today in an address before the f.aw Enforcement Eeagne of Chicago. No law can he enforced 100 per cent. Mr. Haynes said. He declared the chief obstacles in enforcement of the Volstead act are apathetic eiiti/ciis and lethargic public officials. "The wets' have spread carefully planned propaganda to make it appear that the prohibition law is a failure and cannot he enforced. said Air. Haynes. "They put in capital letters liquor imported into this country. lie facts show that the total importation during the past fiscal year were one half of one per cent of the total con sumption of liquor in the I'nited Stales the vear before prohibition. •■propaganda says crime has increas ed since prohibition, facts show that the crime wave is worldwide, and that it would he just as sensible to blame it on woman suffrage as on prohibi iii.,11 facts -how that arrests for drunkenness decreased •'><• per cent in this country since prohibition, and con vict ions for drunkenness increased about the same per cent in wet Eng land ■ Eads -how that liquor withdrawals from w uro'uonses in this country dur i ng the pn-t October were only .10 per (cent of the withdrawals in the pre vious October." Arkansas has. a.rding to War I>c pertinent stalislies. it. to 1 mbes of navi •gable rivers. There are thousands o' i miles of swM't mountain streams en | > aide of generating sufficient eb'etri city in suppl,' every mauHladur ijut J plant ill tile slate with cheap pow • r j For j i Torpid ! I Liver 1 ■ » | “Black-Draught Is, fn j J my opinion, the best liver ' t medicine on the market,’’ f ' states Mrs. R. H. White- \ * side, of Keota, Okla. She * i continues: “I had a pain 1 y in my chest after eating— J * tight, uncomfortable feel- ; i mg—and this was very ‘j | disagreeable and brought ] ’ on headache, i was con- J | stipated and knew it was 1 * indigestion and inactive * liver. I began the use of « k Black-Draught, night and 1 ( morning, and it sure is ? t splendid and certainly f | gives relief." « I i or over seventy years j ? this purely vegetable i } oreparation has been j | found beneficial by thou- I | sands of persons suffer- j i ing from effects of a tor- ' jj pid, or slow-acting liver. * ( Indigestion, biliousness, j - colic, coated tongue, diz- j I ziness, constipation, bit- j I ter taste, sleeplessness, I J lack of energy, pain in I J back, puffiness under the I ■ eyes—any or all ot these « | symptoms often indicate j * that there is something • j the matter with your j I liver. You can’t be too j 5 careful about the medi- I ‘ cine you take. Be sure I * that the name, ‘‘Thed- j * ford’s Black-Draught,” is j » on the package. At all 1 | druggists. Accept Only the Genuine. ].» ; i i UVj V Al.EKA 1» REBELLIOUS ] Characterizes Irish Free State as “Usurpation”—Task of Government Will Be Hard. i *- ; Imhlin. Jan. s. The peace treaty lias been ratified and prayers of thanks giving went up from the people in all the churches today, but Ireland con tinues to face internal disorganiza tion. giving rise to the greatest anxiety The split in the Kail Eireann lias been heightened and intensified by the vote on the trealv, and the future : was never more obscure. At different hours today the two factions held con ferences at the Mansion House. The Hail will meet again tomorrow in pub lie session and all the members are expected to attend. It has become apparent that Earn on de Valera's resignation a> president of j the republic did not take an official form, and the outstanding question to night is whether he will make effiec tive his expressed intention to resign, and if he does not what will become ' of the I kail V Many believe that the opponnents of the treaty pain to keep the Sinn Fein Parliament in being wliilr ilit* >uppni*t«*rs of ih«» troatv on dcavor in cstahPsh a provisional gov eminent and carry out the terms of the peace agreement. Mr. Ho Valera's resignation, tender ed to the Hail I'ireann Friday, was specifis: he consented, however, t<> postpone action thereon on condition that a vote on the treaty should he taken within In hours At the same I time he plainly stated that he in j tended, "whatever happened," to re tire to private Ffe. When the vote was taken, the rc iH >t ! i" i Led. Mr. He Valera merHv alluding i" it when he arose and in a Vo i e hr iken with etaotion I" gnu 1 > e ■ : ' i lit- personal >n ■ :"ii. I'nt he had not g a far when ! he ' 1111W ! ; . enable fo go oil. 1.;i 11■ e 11" \ i li'i -nng jien d a meet jug , i Mila .. i■ \e! iely i 'lilined t" j M i* 57 deputies who voted IgaTist the ; j ri a ! ' :i!11! today at tin Ma u-ion 111ni- prior to the private -ion of hi- as-i-tants. he delivered a speeeti which wa- a clear indication of his intention to continue tin* light, thi t tne appalently not only against the liciti-!i government, hut against Hi" provi'-ioiml go-, emmeiit ot the Irish free state, which, he said, lie regards as an u-uruatioii. and to which the chili objection is that it derives its a iithoriifrom the l’.nti-h Parlia ment. There are many tonight who are * * i the opinion that the question of Mr He Valera's suspended resig I nation mii-t ho debated at tomorrows • meeting of the Hail. The im-onsisten . cics i>i liis deelaratuin have puzzled :i! I ri iiniiii'iii a11a''. Inif Art < i 1 >rien, I president of the Self 1 idionninat ion I i ague of Hivat I’.i ilian, who although i.i't a member ol :ho Mail lias been priviliged duiing ilie debate to sit a lining the members and who is in • lusdst toinli and sympathy with Me \alern. informed I In' Associated l’ress today that his interpretation is that Mi lie Valera will resign the presi demy and relire private life only when he lias eonsolid.iti'd the republican posit inn The task of tlie new provisional government, fared hy opposition hy old Kepiili! ion n colleagues, will he e\ II cme!v dillicuii Some of the depu ties. including Miss MacSwiney, have frankly declared their intention to act from the outset as rebels against tin prov isiouaI government. Ii is taken for granted that the pro visional government will certainly in clude both Arthur (Infl'ith and Michael Colins Tie ir associates are less elearlv marked out. lull among the members of the Mail cabinet supporting them William Cosgrove, minister of local government who, by universal consent, is an administrator of rare ability, more skilled in the duties of govern meat than any of bis colleagues. I 1 Tin t \ti\" \vi;m\»;smw San Francisco, .Ian !>. Tbe second manslaughter trial of Uuscoe (Fatty1 Arbuekle. charged with having caused t be death of Miss Virviuin Happc. I .os Angeles, motion picture actress, will begin Wednesday, as the result of to day's juineed ngs in the superior court. o Subscribe for the Picayune.