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R. W. SLACK
t candidate for Judge of the Sixth
Circuit Court District, of Kentucky,
November election. 1921.
We are authorized to announce
CLAUDE E. SMITH
a candidate for Commonwealth's
Attorney of the Sixth Circuit' Court
District, of Kentucky, election, Nov.
County Court Clerk
We are authorized to announce
E. O. BARRAS3
as the Republican nominee for the
office of County Court Clerk of Ohio
County, election, Nov. 8. 1921..
We are authorized to announce
V. C. GARY
an Independent candidate for
Magistrate in Roslne District, No. 7.
Election Nov. 8. 1921.
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CLOUDS BY DAYTON FLIER
Daytpn, Ohio, September 28.
Lieutenant John A. McCready, pilot
at McCook Field ( this afternoon
broke the world's altitude record,
flying alone in a LaPere plane, when
he ascended to a height of 41,800
feet, remaining in the air one hour
and forty-seven minutes.
The proposed flight had not been
announced and only a few members
of the flying corps at tne Govern,
ineni. uoiu were Hwttre mui mu uir-
man was endeavoring to attain a
new mark in aeronautic.
At 39,000 feet ice formde on the
oxygen tank, but McCready pressed
on until the altimeter registered 41,-
800 feet. At this point his engine
coughed and died. He then glided
safely to the ground.
On landing, McCready declared he
suffered nothing but numbness,
similar to the feeling of anaesthesia.
He climbed out of the plane unas
sisted and posed for several photo
Accumulation of Ice on tbe plane
at 89,000 feet caused one oxygen
tankfto cease functioning, but auxi
liary tanks provided for such an
emergency were brought Into use
and safety of the pilot assured.
McCready was clothed in the
heaviest . furs with special helmet
and .goggle. To insure clear vision
a special geletine was used on the
goggles to prevent collection of ice.
For a long time Lieutenant Mc
Cready has been making high flights.
Only recently ha had a thrilling ex
perience, having lost the propeller
of his machine when flying over
Trotwood. The propeller dropped to
the ground and it was with difficulty
that ha landed in safety.-
The exact height attained by Mc
Cready will not be known until tbe
statistical department of the field
completes the calibration of tbe fig
ures this week.
Flying officers, however, express
ed their confidence that official rec
ords ' would show that McCready
pierced the heavens at a greater
height than any flyer before.
Major R. W. Schroeder electrified
tbe world in 1919 when be ascend
ed nearly 88,(00 feet, without an
observer, French flyers made sev
eral vain efforts to eclipse Schroed
er's record, which, was accomplished
at the risk of his life, his plane hav
Ing become almost unmanageable on
tbe descent, turning over many
times and being righted when with
in a short distance above the earth.
Scbroeder'a machine made a sreclpi-
Into drop of six miles. Only by the
most expert piloting was it guided
to the ground.
The pilot suffered from frozen An
gers and ears, and for many days
was near collapse, blindness having'
been threatened. Schroeder now is
In Chicago, having perfected a stabi
lizer to be used on airplanes. He no
longer Is identified with the United
States flying forces. v
The LaPere is a French machine,!
designed Jor speed and endurance.
Alightffig at McCook Field late
this afternoon McCready was sur-.
rounded Dy memners oi me nying
corps and warmly congratulated.
NEGROES ALLEGE U. O. I".
WORKERS DISTURB MEETINGS
Loulsvllle, Ky., Sept. 30. Charges !
that deliberate attempts are being!
made to break up, their meetings and :
that a number of men who created
disorder at two meetings Thursday
night did so with tho permission and
approval of members of the Police
Department were made today by
leaders of the negro Lincoln Inde
pendent party. A committee was to
call on Mayor Smith and Chief of
Police Petty today to ask for protec
tion. The committee, composed of Wil
liam Warley, Willis Cole, A. D. Por
ter, W. W. Wilson and Lilly Sim
mons, asked the Mayor for a guar
antee that future meetings of the
Lincoln Independent party would
not be disturbed.
Mayor Smith answered that he
would give no personal guarantee,
but that he Intended to uphold the
law. He said he would give them
only the same guarantee he would
give all citizens of Louisville, that
proper protection would be given.
He advised the committee that when
it had charges to make against po
licemen that they be taken directly
to Chief of Police Petty without
William Warley, edifor of the
Louisville News and leader In the
negro party, today stated that thir
ty negroes who created a "rough
house" and broke up a meeting at
Eleventh and Walnut Streets Thurs
day night were members of the "Re
publican Protective Aid Club, a sort
of negro Ku Klux Klan, according
to A. D. Porter, Lincoln candidate
for Mayor, of which Harvey Burns
Is the Imperial wizard. The Protec
tive Aids wore paper caps on which
were black and tan spots, Warley
and Porter said.
Warley claimed that Police Lieut.
Ollie Whitehouse of the Seventh Dis
trict was responsible for a disorder
created by four men at meeting at
Sixteenth and St. Catherine Streets.
Whitehouse said he did not arrive
on the scene until the crowd was j
leaving aim Knew noiniug oi m
disorder. Potatoes, eggs and other
missiles were thrown at. the automo
biles of leaders as they left the
meeting, Warley and Porter said.
Says WhlU-hoiise Started It
"We started our meetings at Six
teenth and St. Catherine Streets at
8 o'clock," said Warley. "We bad
a good crowd and good order. A
woman was speaking. Four men
who were leaning against a wall
kept quiet and watched the meeting
until ' Lieutenant Whitehouse came
up and spoke to them. Tbe Lieu
tenant went on away and the men
began to shout, 'Hurrah for Quin!'
and make other disturbing noises.
"Finally we gave it up and start
ed away. A number of missiles were
thrown. One of them broke a light j
on the Porter autorabile, while a '
number of the speakers were bit by
Tbe party then went to Eleventh
and Walnut Streets, where accord-
Inar in WflrlAV. thurA wn o nnfl I
crowd. T. H. Graham was the speak
er. "Graham was getting considera
ble applause,", said Warley. "A
young man named Louts Martin was
passing out literature in tbe crowd.
He was stopped by Patrolman James
Reed. 'Aren't you the man who
used to sell white mule' Reed asked.
A number of us went down to see
what the trouble was. We told
Martin to go on passing out the
dodgers and we would help him out
if he got arrested. Reed went away.
Republicans Agaiu Appear
"A few minutes later the Republi
can aids came running down Walnut
Street in their spotted caps. They
dashed into, tbe crowd and began
shouting questions at Graham. When
be started to answer them they
would shout and( make so much
noise he could not be heard. I ap
pealed to them for order and others
appealed, but the noise got louder
and eventually we had to abandon
"We are going on, however. If
we don't get any satisfaction from
the Mayor or the Chief of Police we
will consult attorneys and learn if
there is not some way orderly cltl-
(tens can hold meetings without be
NEAR-ROMANCE IN BOOK SHOP
How Harrison F'sher Picture Was
Discovered in Peculiar Way by
a Naval Officer.
For a fitting climax the nnvy Intel
11 genre department should find the
thief, the thief should co to Jail and,
with the artist as bent man, the naval
officer and the pretty bookshop lady
But tills Is real life. There's no fit
ting climax to it, and business goes on
as usual at the (iuiluna book wvrt lu
West Forty-fifth street, observes the
New York Sun.
Two months ngo a man mine Into
the little bookshop with a picture un
der his arm. It was a penciled sketch
ot a nnvul olllcer, inscribed t "Com
mander Moser, with the compliments
of Harrison Fisher." Original draw
ings of noted nrtiHts have u certain
vulue In the eyes of the Gotham's cli
entele. So Miss Frances Stelloff,
Owner of the simp, liVut;lit the picture,
placed a sales tun on it and hung it
on the wall to await the coming of
a Fisher fan. lor days the picture
The bookshop owner speculated
about It. She recalled the legend i.f
Whistler, who mice found a slmilur
sketch o' Ms unit n a horkshnp.
Whistler, she knew, nought the pic
ture und sent 'it back to Its former
owner with heavily underscored "re
newed compliments." She wondered
What Harrison Fisher would do if be,
by chance, strolled into the store.
One day a customer cume in who
knows sotiietliins about the navy. The
picture came under discussion. "Let's
find out," said the customer. A tele
phone cull to the Brooklyn navy yard
brought forth the information that a
"('apt. Jefferson Moser" lived In Ala
meda, C'ul. Miss Stelioff tuM the
captain a letter, telling him what she
knew of the picture. Oiplnin Moser
relayed the missive unto his son, Itoli
ert McD. Moser of Norfolk, Vu.. a lleu
tenunt comnmmlcr during the war. In
the course of time Commander Moser
received the letter ut Washington Just
us he wis tui-:;iig n Iriiiu for New
Next day he called on Miss Stelloff.
, "This Is a regular detective story,"
he said. "Mr. Fisher made the sketch
of me at u war-time dinner party.
With u number of other valued treas
ures I hud placed the picture In u
chest. Tbe chest was pilfered. No
truce of the thief has been found. 1'iu
niichty glad to get this sketch back."
And thus the story stops, cNporiti!t
of the room see iu business theory notwithstanding.
History Made Interesting.
It wus during uueieut history period
one day that I felt so embarrassed. 1
was tired of reading ubout Julius
Cuexar and wanted something new. I
pulled off t lie old stunt of placing a
book, a story book at tliut, in front of
my history, und the old camouflage
held i:ood until 1 wus culled on to read.
Thoughtlessly I stood up und in un
excited voice begun to read: "The
lights! The lights! The bout Is sink
ing. As the cold water rushed on the
deck " Here my voice rati off to
a mere whisper as I realized what I
had been reading.
Interesting history!" my teacher
commented dryly as I hastily mt down.
O.'uiun! How tlio class roured! Chi
Little Grace wus met by a stroiiRe
lady on the street who endeavored to
question the child us to her futher's
first name. (
"What does your mother cull your
father V; was tbe question first put.
"She culls hlui my daddy."
"Yes, yes, I know- but when she
wants to speak to him, what does she
"Oh, she says, 'Ci37, please,' " wus
the child's reply.
"Yes, yes, I know; but when she
St the olllce. When she tells hiui to
get up In tbe morning, wbut does she
"Oh, she says to be ready in about
Ptrverse Little Girl.
The Hritish ambassador suid at a
luncheon in New York:
"Tbe advocates of world peuce ure
opposed with so inuiiy silly arguments
that they begin to think it's a very
perverse and naughty world Indeed.
"And isn't the world Indeed getting
ruiher ierverse and uuughty? I was
buying gifts In a toyshop tbe other duy
when I heard a beautifully dressed
little girl say to a salesiuun:
"'I wont a doll, pleuse, that will
say "D o It" when 1 bit If "
"You soy this bank was robbed In
broad duyllgbt aud nobody Inter
"How did that happen!"
"One of the robbers set up a motion
picture camera on the sidewalk with
out any film In It. aud briskly turned
the crank while his puis brought out
tbe loot" -Birmingham Age-Herald.
Country Without Scenery. '
When the projected trans-Australian
line from Oodnodutta to Pont Darwin
is completed the traveler oh It will
be confronted with what will be,
probably, the dreariest railway Journey
In tbe world. The greater part of
the route lies through a desert region,
practically devoid of life, and utterly
Jod Tunkins says maybe the fuct
that people don't read Dickers aud
Thackeray as much ss they uMd to
is mebbe the fault of the book agents.
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15EAVE11 DAM. KY.
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