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After Seeing Harding, Cummins Says
U. S. Has-Power To Run Trains
' FORMER KINO OP
BAVARIA IS DEAD
London, Oct. IS.-" An Exchange
Whlntnn Oct II Thru teat
Telegraph dispatch from Vienna to- caieg brougnt by the World Publish
day atated that report hat been lng Company, the Democrat Print
received there of the death of Lud-., rmnti nH th Tui Pni-
Washington, Oct. St. That the the people and If it were continued wlg nu former king of Bavaria, at company, all of Tulaa, Okla., to re
trains of the country, both freight two or throe weeks not only would garrar castle. In Hungary. Owing to cover judgments against the United
and passenger, will continue In all the buslnesa cease, bnt people 'tne Rurgenland trouble In Hungary, states on awards made by the Inter
operation after Oct. 30, etrike or ho would begin to atarre and freeie. j. telegraphing Is virtually suspended fUte Commerce Commission '"' were
strike. It the Oorernment has to If the strike Is as general as it Is trotn that country, and It is difficult tr!ed today in the Court of Claims,
take possession of the railroads, was proposed it shall be, I assume that t0 obtain authoritative Information i shovM the claimants in the suits
the ' prediction made by Chairman the rallronds would endearor to find of eTents occurring there. 1' aucceMful it will open the doors
Cummins (Rep., Ia.) of the Senate onough men to move the trains tO A Reuter dispatch from Budapest 0f the court to suits based on U.000
Committee on Interstate Commerce keep the people of the urban com-Uys Ludwig died today. 'awards involving an aggregate
in an interview. munltie. from starving or freezing I . I amount estimated at between $60
Senator Cummins has been in and do the best they could to move Ludwig III, a picturesque figure 000,000 and $100,000,000. '
dally conference with President traffic in commerce. ') Europe for three-quarters of The plaintiffs allege they- were
Harding on the situation. He was Where Vnitml Mates Come In century, renounced his throne as compelled by the Director General
careful to state that his views could "It would then become the duty:k(ng o( Bavaria on November 16 of Railroads to pay unreasonable
not be construed as reflecting the of the Government to protect from 19 1, having held It a scant three ,nd discriminatory freight rates and
views or purposes of the Admlnls- any Interference whatever the men year8. Disaster broke heavily on ,nat they -were entitled to recover
tratlon or in Indicating what It con- engaged in moving these trains, tbe Tenerable ruler, as his wife, tue differetlce between ' the amount
tpmplated doing to meet the strike and I have no doubt the Govern-Marla Theresa, who was princess , pad ftnd tne amount which the
danger. He was simpiy saying wnai mem wouiu no u enecuveiy nu . royal of Hungary and Bohemia, died interstate
could be done. He is very hopeful, completely
moreover, that a discussion of the "If after a trial it was found that
trouble may avert it. the railroad companies could not
Railroad operators and employees ' get the men necessary to run the
are Jointly responsible for the pres- trains there would be but one thing
rnt emergency, accoraing to me . to io me uovrnmeni wouia nave ernment
Senator. He criticised them for dls-to take possession of the railroads
regarding tlie Railway Labor Board,
which was created by the Esch
Lntxsr IVmrrl In Disfavor
In this connection Senator Cum
mins said there are movements afoot
to abolish entirely the Railroad La
bor Hoard or transfer its functions
to the Interstate Commerce Com
mission, which deals with rate mat
ters because of the dose relation
ship between rates and wages. The
proposed li-plslatlon, however, can
on tne same aay. nxe(1 n reasonable.
After his abdication, Ludwig fled The Railroad .Administration con
to Switzerland and later to the Aus- tealed the claims on the ground that
trial Tyrol. In March, 1919, he r-Jtho provisions of the Federal Ratl-
ceived permission of the SwIhs gov-'roa(1 Controi Act preclude the bring-
to reside at Zlzers and
lug of suits against the United
and move the trains, and I hnve no
doubt that it could do it.
"We have authority to use the
J forces of the United States to pre
serve order, Just as we did in West
Mr. Cummins was asked what
would happen If men could not be
secured by the railroads. He replied:
thitherto ne went a lew uays later. : sta,es and tne obtaluing of Judg
He remained nearly a year n ! Uets In the Court of Claims.
Switzerland where life's vicissitudes j .
in virtual exile and in financial dis
tress is said to have threatened his
sanity. He was severely ill for sev
eral months and once was errone
ously reported dead.
OX FACE XOW USED
Philadelphia Oct. 19. Use of
bloodless surgery" on the face was
dn December 22, 1920, Ludwig described In papers read today be
returned to Wlldenwart, Southern fore t'.ie convention of the Ameri-1
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2'lba. for .. 46(
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Oolong, Orange Pekoe, "half pound pack-
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SymondV Inn'Cocoa, a flavor that you will
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Ballardvale Olive Oil, 1 pints, 2 for 76c
Symonds' Inu Peanut Butter, 10 ounces, 2 for ...4 1 C
Symonds' Inu Baking Chocolate, i lbs, 2 for. .....3 1 C
Flavoring Extracts: - '
Vanilla. ..... 2 for 35c
Lemon. 2 for 4 1 c
JAHES H. WILLI AHS,
7Km 3ExcJ& Star
Bavaria, where he remained most . n A. ffi rlum v nf Hull r Vi u rtmlntrv anrl
"Then, if the Government has not j of the tlme gince Bavarian royalists ' otolirnygology..
the power now to take possession of lleU, a monster demonstration on! Radium needles are among the
the railroad to render this absolute- lUe octaslon of the seventy-sixth an-! i9,r,lmIlla h,1 In n,l work.
not be considered prior to the date ly necessary service. In my opinion, nlversary of his birth last January explained by Dr. E. B. Hecks and
Dr. William D. Clark, Pittsburgh.
set for the strike. it would be given that power Imm
"It Is absolutely necessary 'that diately. I think it has the power
this country shall have transporta-' now the inherent power but spe
tlon" the Senator said. "A very ciflcally under the act of 1916, the
few day3 of general cessation of the same act under which they were
movement of the trains would In- taken over on Jan. 1, 1918. The
flirt a great deal of hardship upon act is not limited to war."
Fit ED W. 1IARDWICK IS j denied admission to the prison. His
HEAD OF MASONS OF KY. attorneys after leaving the prison,
isaid that Mitchell told thera he did
Louisville, Ky., Oct. 19. Louis-, not know the little girl even by
vllle Masons were honored in the . sight and that the only times he had
election of officers today by the ever been in the park where the al
Grand Lodge of Masons of Ken-leged assault occurred was when he
tucky. Fred W. Hardwick, was i took his little adopted son there.
MltS. ANN C. TAXXEU
AtJFI) AND HIGHLY
RESPECTED WOMAN DIES
elected grand master. Major John
H. Leathers was re-elected grand
treasurer for the thirty-second time,
Dave Jackson was re-elected grand
The custom of advancing officers
was adhered to. Other officers
l)e;uty Crand Muster, K. E. Nel
son, Williamsburg; Crand Senior office in Paris
Warden, A. E. Orton, Dawson trips there.
O. Allison Holland, Lexington
chairman of the $1,000 000 home
co in in it tee. in bis report reeom- '
mended that the new Masonic Wi- Washington. Oct. 16. The navy
lows and Orphans home be erected shortly install on one of its
in the country on a large tract, but modern battleships a complete cata-
euggested no specific situ or system. P"lt unit for the launching of air
Mitchell, the attorneys said, for
merly was a Louisville and Nash
ville railroad conductor and several
years ago was seriously hurt. He
was forced to retire and of late
years had been operating a real
estate business in Paris with his
son. Several months ago he moved
to Lexington although he, kept his
and made frequent
. - . .
CATAPULTS FOK NAVY
TO SEND AIRPLANES VV
Mrs. Ann C. Tanner, a highly re
spected and greatly beloved resident
of this city, died at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Minnie B. Read at
12:05 o'clock Wednesday morning.
Mrs. Tanner was In her 84th year
With them, according to the doc
tors,' birth marks, tumors and . other
malignant growths may be made to
HEKKIC1CS PARIS HOME
DAMAGED BY BOMB BLAST
Paris, Oct. 19. A bomb exploded
today in the house of Myron T. Her
rick, the American Ambassador,
Pierce Browning, Maysville, gave
the report on higher education for
wards of the orphans' home, show
ing that forty-seven children gradu
ated from the home are now pursu
ing co!lei;e courses.
planes. This is designed to give a
plane the "flying speed" it requires
before It takes the air.
After much experimentation na
val experts believe the catapult Is
the answer to the problem of suc-
-s- cessfully launching planes from sur-
DKSTIIOYS ELEVEN face craft. The catapult has been
STOKES IN lll'UKESVILLE under development for several years.
i "The catapult," says Secretary
Don by In a statement Issued to
night, "coiihIsIs of a carriage mov
ing on tracks.. . On this carriage is
mounted an airplane. By means of
the motive plant used the carriage
Is caused to move on the tracks at
Increasing acceleration until,
l:urkeavl'.le( Ky., Oct. 20. The
explosion of an oil stove at the
poultry htuie of George U. Davis
here at 11:30 o'clock resulted in a
fire which wiped out one-quarter of
the principal business block of tlio
city, entailing damage estimated at an
35,000. Eleven frame business near the end of the tracks, Its speed
houses were consumed by the flames. Is sufficient to permit the airplane
The (Ire destroyed that part of to take the air. Then the carriage
the block extending from and In-1 Is brought to rest."
eluding the Simpson Store and the - ..
Baker Hotel. It raged for several , HI FFK'IENT WAIIXINU
hours before a bucket brigade final-
ly succeeded in quenching the i First Darky Say. brother, Ah
flames. fcot a car( bay, with big horn on
A motion picture theater. Masonlo nd when Ah pass through the
Hall and the Cumberland County town all Ah gotta do Is blow that
itank building ' were among those iren an everybody hops outta the
destroyed. Most of the furniture was way
saved from the Baker Hotel. No Second Darky Ah gotta car. too.
wne was hurt, although mauy per- Flt Darky What kinda horn Is
vons fought the Are and carried ar- yo' car got?
Second Darky Mab car ain't got
no horn. All the people in town hi
gotta look at is mab hood, and It
i says Dodge, brothers! New York
tides from places In tho path of the
blaze. Practically all of the fowls
in the roultry atore, where the
tove exploded were burned up.
MAN' DENIES ASSAFLT ON m-
LITTLE LEXINGTON GIRL TWO HILDKEN DIEj
Frankfort Ky.. Oct. 19. Hurry Ashtabula. 0.,-JTwo children of
L. Mitchell.' aged 65. of Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vlnowsky. Rock
who was brought here last uight for Creek township, are dead; a third
safekeeplug after an 11-year-old girl child is dylug and the father and
had charged that be assaulted her, mother are in a critical coudltlou
atlll was In the reformatory to- the result of eating toadstools,
night. Offii'lala here hud no iu- lch they thought were mush
taken to Lexington for a prelimln- roonn.
ary bearing. TuB '8tller' lne he nvl n-
ii i,h.n w.. nermitted today to to his newly purchased farm, guth-
havlng been born in May, 18 is, ana seriously injuring the valet who
was a daughter of Dr. John G. Speer opened the package containing it.
one of the pioneer physicians of thi3j The room In which the explosion
county. She was married to occurred was wrecked.
Jonathan C. Tanner in January, Ambassador Herrick arrived at
1860, and resided with him for the house two minutes after the
nearly fifty years near Llvia, in Mc- bomb blew np.
Lean county. Mrs. Tanner was a, The receipt of the bomb followed
consistant member of the Baptist threatening letters which have been
church for about sixty years, having coming .to the Ambassador in the
been a member of the Buck Creek last few days in connection with the
Baptist church most of that time, 'case of two Italians recently con
She is survived by three daugh-1 victed of murder in Massachusetts,
ters. Airs. Minnie B. Read, of Ow-!
ensboro; Mrs. Mary Stephens and 730 PLANES AVAILABLE
Miss Julia Tanner, of Florida, andi IX EVENT OF STRIKH
one son, Lawrence P. Tanner, ot '
Owensboro. I New York, Oct. 18. At least 750 ;
The funeral services were con-1 commercial aircraft are available
ducted from the Buck Creek Bap-j throughout the -country for trans-:
tist church at 10 o'clock Thursday ' porting passengers, mall and e!
morning. Owensboro Messenger press In the event of a railroad ,
Mrs. Tanfter had muny relatives ' strike, the Manufacturers' Aircraft!
and friends in this county who will association has Informed Secretary
be grieved to hear of her death.
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Hoover in a telegram. The craft
carry from two to twelve persons orj
their equivalent in weight and have ,
a nonstop rangef flight from 20 j
to 840 miles.
Washington. Oct. 18. Nearly a I ue commercial company here has)
thousand copies of a house commit-j placed tjr-three planes at the;
tee report on the escape of Grover j
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j that they could bring 260,000
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road r.mu to strike. , .
see bis sou, William, who is bis erea an anunuani supply oi me you tell, me the best point on an
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