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PEACE 1 BEATiES RATIFIED !
BY VOTE GF 6S TG .20
Ernt Voles With SI Oihcr Re
publicans For Pact; Stanley
Joins 17 Democrats
Washington. Oct. IS. The sen
ate tonight ratified the treaty or
peace with irmany with the res-
ervations reported by the foreign
committee. . ;
The vote was sixty-six for ratlfl
tation to twenty again!, or eight
'"ore than the necessary two-thirds
Soon afterwards the senate ratl-
f- th rieace treaty with Austria
ty the taiiie vote.
Another and similar peace treaty
with Hungry also was ratified
completing tho administration-, im-
former Central power.. -
Fourth Democratic senators
voted in favor of ratiflcatlon and
two Republican senators Borah, of -
Idaho, and LaFollette. of Wisconsin
voted against it. A third Republl-
t-n Cnuinr Vnrrit nf Vphfflflkjl-
OiCCU. UK U V V If IS 1 V .
ness. was paired against the treaty.
Senator Ernst, of Kentucky, vot
El other Republicans and
n,ocrat. for ratification
of the German treaty, while Sena
tor Stanley. Kentucky. Joined sev
enteen other Democrats and two Re
publicans, Borah and LaFollette la
voting against ratification.
With the vacancy caueecl by tne
il-rhtli nf S-ii.uor Kiiox itnnsyl
vania. the total meiuberisnlp or the '
senate is ninety-five. Nine senators
were paired A follows: Two Dem
ocrats and four Republicans for and
two Democrats and one Republican
Th- frnate action. cn;ap;;!ir.R tho
fetiuiniftrrtti-jnV i:nnivfi!:t.t p-aoe
.;;r(ij,r;i:n. I.ro.ifht a full statd of
Vtace with tli- principal enemy row
ers. K?:nu!:iin!( w only are the
formal exchanges of ratification ex
.'.tj.t in the case of t-- Jlunarian
r-aty, a that govern.:ient alone
Y.as y-t to complete par'.iiimcnlury
ivtion nu the treaty.
Before line:) action wa taken, a
Leinoi ratic eitort to substitute for
the Oman tr-nty i.f Vercail!ei with
the twelve Ledge rervl'D-i was
"defeated and the foreign relation,
conimitt-e retrvations prohibiting
Ai.iricua meuberiiUip on the allied
reparations comniiifsion or any othgr
international communication with
out the consent of congress were
adopted. . ...
FORMER OHIO tXHNTIAX
SU tTMUS IX MOXTAXA
Mrs. .M. C. Murry of this city, has
received word of the death of her i
I'rother. Mr. Lorenza Duke, at
Warm Springs. Montana,
born in Ohio County, Ky.,
and at the 12 years aioved. to
lilinois. where he lived until 1907( I
tt which tinu he moved to South
Dakota, where he married Miss
Naomi Zeidler, Oct. 10th. 1908.
They Inter removed to Harlowtown,
Montana, where tbey resided for
.five years and then moved to Vallvr,
Montaua, which has been their i
iom.f since that time.
For several V.Onlhg past, Mr.
Duke had been in poor health and
quite recently went with his family
to Minnesota, where he rapidly re-
with the fatal
September 2 1st. He leave, a fath- legislation at this session from re
er. near Bell's Run. Ky: two sisters. I actlonary Ao progressive. Whether
Mr. W. W. McFarland, Williams,
Montana, and Mrs. M. C. Murry,
Hartford, Ky., besides his wife rnd c'TT'n'-nted Mr when the Rail
tire children. The rcmulu w ic road Loan I.iU of f S JiOOL',00 )
Interred in Iroquois. South Dako.a, coiaci up. together with the War
after appropriate funeral services at l.otn Funding ! HI, a movt sinister
which un Immense crowd was pres- reactionary and hitherto unheard of
tut, piece of legislation, in that it con-
:-w- fers upon the Secreary of the Trea-
I'KAll OK KENTl t'KY MAKO.VH 8ole Power io do a. he pleases
MORES Kl' KIAX KLAX,w!" $11,000,010,000 of war loan
debts, and the absurd Fordney
Louisville. Oct. 18. Scoring of Tariff bill In the Interest of the
the Ku K'.ux Klan by Grand Master manufactorlng class and retrlmental
Fred Acker, of Puducah. and annual ' agricultural Interests generally;
reports of the officers marked the alB when the conference shall take
opening of the three day meeting of Pace on he pending Tax bill. This
tho Grand Lodge of Masons of Keu- much now stMns certain. Either
tiKky here today. Mr. Acker dls- the Old Guard must go on sur
couruged Masons Joining the Ku rendering or the Progressive Re
Klux Klas, saying: V I publican element of the West must
"We should stand bebiud the agalu submit to be cajoled and fool
legally constituted and elected offl- " h party is to be held to
cert of the nution, state and mu- gether. ,
nlcipallty in seeing that law and The Progressive Republican, hav.
order prevail.." taken long time to assert them-
... ! ' selves. Tbey have permitted not
WOMAN" HWATTIXG FLY, ' ony the Interests of the West to
DISLOCATE KHOU.DEK .utter but the whole nation as well
. - for the last three years as a result
Nobelsvllle. Ind.. Oct. 18 Mrs. ot their reconciliation with the Old
' , D. Meloy, of this city, is carrying Guard reactionary elemeut.
her arm In a sling. She was swat- U they -shall again desert tbs
ting file. In her horn today and la Kreat agricultural Interests of- the
' triklna at on mlsMd the object of West for party and partisan ad-
attack and dislocated her shoulder,
' i they will forfeit the confidence, of
Washington. Oct. 22. The threat- their own section and whateter op
ened spilt In the Republican party vantage they may win In the mean
In Congret. told of In thlt corres- time. . . " "
pondenc last week, baa been tem
porarily averted by the surrender by
the Old Guard reactionaries to tbt
Progress, Republican, in the mat-
ter of amendment, to the T. bill.
lout of which the Democrat, gain a
m , i i v. ,
deriTt victory by reason of the
fact that they first drafted
presented the amendment. In the
.. . . .'
Thi. indent ha. most clearly re-
vealecl that the difference, within
the Republican party are as funda-
. . n.i.i ..
in 1912. The compromise on
tiie tax bill Is a temporary expert!
' ent and doe. not permanently heal
. t . 1 - n-1 .. . I H.kUh
confront, the Old Guard re-
th ' ftfinue 10 ""render to
thc Progressives on other pending
",ation- thus deserting their
-.vswln nw inmniiiitlnn a n ri nnonplol
allies, or whether they will refuse
to yield further and thus bring
about a coalition between the Demo-
rats ana rrogresFive nepuoncaus.
resulting in an overthrow of the ad
ministration's reactionary legisla-
,m . . i
, The history ol he clash result-
inc in the surrender of the Old
Guard and a Democratic victory is
worthy of permanent record and I.
Senator Simmons (Dem., N. C.)
former Chairman of the Senate Fi
nance Committee, on Sepetmber 30,
. . ,1 (M ,Wa r, . V. rAml-
cratic amendments to ine lax Din,
set forth in detail in this correspon
dence last .week, the substance of
which was to restore certain taxes
which had been taken off corpora
tions end the millionaire class, to
prevent the repeal of others and to
repeal the transportation tax. These
amendments were adopted in sub
stance at a conference of Progres
sive Republicans, who served notice
'on the reactionaries tbat they
would Insist upon their acceptance
by the Senate Finance Committee.
i Ey a 5 to 4 vote the reactionary
(Republicans of the Senate Finance
Comm'ttee accepted the amend
mentii, whl--h it is generally con
ceded, will improve the Tax bill,
, without removing all of Its Iniqui
ties. The benefits to the average tax
1 payer resulting therfcfrom will be
, due to Democratic initiative and to
' Progressive Republican team-work.
.The amendments are exactly In
keering with the Democratic prom
i ise at the beginning of this session
;of Congress to be helpful and con
structive In all legislation.
writing that the progressive West
in again in the saddle as it was
1912. The differences within the
Republican party then are the dif-
ference within that party now. It
Is the Old Guard reactionary group,
' dominated by predatory corporate
1 and financial Interests, seeking only
'special privileges, against the liberal
land progressive element represent-
ing the great producing section of
Of the 60 Republicans in the1
Senate 33 are from the West, and
It Is therefore apparent that If the
progressive West will stand togetb-
er, It can, with Democratic asslnt-
' ance change the whole trend
the Progressives will retain the ad
vantage they have gained will be
vantage through tbat unholy alii-,
ance the logical result will be tbat
DRUNK, CUTS WIFE'S THROAT
Chicago, Oct 21. - Alexander
Stu-rt Rom. wealthy bond broker,
... . j
rel in hi. room at the Congress Ho-
... , r .
' ' " " T , ' r; " " .
" - -
ran from the room and. down the
hallway, falling to the floor near an
elevator shaft. A maid nearby
Phoned the fol ce. At . Luke,
PlUI Is wa. said that Mr.. Ros.
Mr. and Mrs,
Ros. bad been liv
ing apart. k
She knew I had just completed a
deal In Texas Granite land.," Ross
said. "I had a check for $4,000. 1
offered all but $800 to her. She
wanted the check.
"We bad an agument In the
room. I wouldn't give the check to
her. She went into the bathroom and
got a razor. She I. a big woman.
She threatened to kill me.
"I was drunk and .leepy. ' I re
clined on the bed, but she wouldn't
let me sleep. I took the razor away
from her and put it under my pil
i low. She recovered It and threat-
i encd me again. I grew angry. 1
emu me a(-iu. 1 6" sup,. 7.
got up and hit her. She fell on the
"And while she lay on the floor
' you slashed her throat with the
I razor?" be was asked.
I "That's the way it happened," he
I KOBKRT VRKY VIES
I AT HOPKIXSVILLE
' Robert, Frey, age 70, for many
i years an attorney and real estate
i died at the Western State hospit
i al at Hopklnsville on Tuesday
I night of a complication of diseases.
' He was committed to Hopkinsville
only a few days ago, after having
spent several weeks in the hospital
i here, caused by his mind becoming
j The deceased was born in Owens
I boro and was the son of Squire W.
jH. and Mrs. Frey, deceased.. He is
. survived by a sistert Mrs. J. W.
iKoontz, of Greenville, Ky who will
arrive in tbeclty to attend the fun-
1 era). Another sister, now deceased.
was the wife of Lawson Reno. Mr.
Frey had been for many years, one
of the best known figures around
town and bad many friends.
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