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DAILY KENTUCKIAN
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EXTRA SPECIAL PRINCESS TODAY AND TOMORROW
REX TODAY
BESSIE LOVE
Tb Qir! With (he Eyct That Sprrk
In "The Little Reformer"
A unique, novel nd pleasing film romance. A Tilnri! r.
in five big led
Also "A WARM RECEPTION'" ,
With an all star comedy cast. An uproar of aide-ypliltinp, upr .
REX TOMORROW-Corrinne Cri.Tiili In
"I Will Repay."
ANNETTE KELLERMAN
In William Fox's Million Dollar Picture Beautiful
DAUGHTER OF THE GODS"
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achievement of SDectacular irrandeur in cinema creation.
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The goddess of the sea in brilliant feats of natatorial skill and daring.
Performances 11 n. m. 1-3-5-7 and 9 p. m. Adults 35c, Children 25c
We Pay The War Tax.
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(Special to Kenturkian.)
Trenton, Ky., March 13. Robert
D. Clover, Hied at his home near
Wext Fork, In the. eilk'e of Chriiitian
county, tills afternoon at 3 o'clock,
of a complication of troubles that
hud kept him In declining health
for a year or more. Mr. Glover was
horn in Louina county, Va., in 1RS6,
but came to Kentucky in early life.
Iia leaves a wifa anil si rhildrpn.
I II o was a prominent member of the
Irtnptint church and a wealthy and in
fluential citixen.
Almost the asms.
Itobert wis forced to visit the
dentist Tbe dentist remarked that
there was Inflammation In the tooth,
and after retlerlni the peln Robert wae
sent borne. -What did the dentist
sayr his mother asked. -He aald I
bad .an Information tooth," was the
reply.
tnceuragiiis Htm.
Tm doinr my fid rlir.-il.-Mcrted
Cholly. "Wn. lic.ninl.mAj
yon need one," ascr:cd Lo11t VikU,
Brlaf your Wslchrs ani. Clocks
thai are out of order to
KOLB A HOWt, J:-clr..
.Ui.t e.'inli, nil tli.. iwv d..i!i lt.il., Cliiiin. t,i ,.. KMiihniKtern tip of
A-lii. thi-n- Alumni, mr tr. i." ure b-nriilnt how inmh rii v nrfare In rulueted
mi tin' w.-i. iii fr int In I t'.iii' i'. Tiny lire n:i!iis nf n Prinrh ml.mv antf
th' .. lire In Kr iiiee fn help Hie iiimIIi. r eni:!itry rep. I the Oeniintis.
AN INVITATION.
PRINCESS TODAY
TOMORROW.
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All purtirs and other inUres'.ed
in the progress of n'hoo'.i in it' i;."..l
mid our ixhocls in imrtieuhir rrr
must cordially invited to i.tl" n .1 the
Joint session of the Vurent-T-m h r
A Hii.'iiitii ns of Itelniont nnd V'ir rin
u I'lrri't schools to he In Id nt Car
iiecie I.ibmry rn Thursday lift. rno,n
from 3:.l0 to 4:'!n o'clock. 'I he pru-i-niin
will treat nf cr.-aiiize.l h?nlth
work ill school an. I inns e in s hool.
The f'rr.t subject will be presented
m short a. Mrei.sc by Dr. ."I. St.tvs,
Dr. d'unt Ciiithi r mid Mrs. I H.iy,
whilj Mr. Clayton Kichar ls will ti i v
iUM music und niuiiul diriclion in
scncoir. i.s a part of sclio i curru ii-
Iuin. Tluse niuttem arc of vital iu
ercst to nil us now more tiinn ever
Ihe hope of the future lies in the
school. It behooves every citi.i n to
S.vo thoughtful ntleniirn to ivrry
iiieiiiii of iniprovii! our s. linul s s
tcm by every menus pnf.-ililr.
MRS. AKt'llfK HK.CI.NS. rresi
ilent llelniont l.emrue
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Virgin, a Street I.eak'ue.
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One of llie PTPHtest sensntiens of
the serpen is oailoubte.lly to be found
in th? lavish and cosl.lv creation "A
Imu-hter Of The (iods." William
Fox's "I.llii.n Itoll.ir ricturp lteauti
ful. t'nr.vallcil in rp-!etarular rrnnd
eur and k'ir;:eoui nn I bewililerinir
-ecnic bpnuty. Starrlnir that (rod
c'eis cf the sea Annette Keller
ir.nn, s'.vir.'inin-and Oivinj venus and
the peerless crponent ef nntiitorinl
sVill, Knica and inm- lible !ar ns.
1'lic n:nrviKiuj arjunf.c rch'evemcnti
of Miss Kcllcrnnn an I a vait array
i'f merni."iih, is a veritable revelation
The nisi, i f th's mnpn neent cinema
. hieveuicnt is fairly staepcring and
to eiiiiait rate its nu ny wordcrs is
a ta.k or ii;iint:c priporlions. It is
i vcritul.le tan eheaf of marvelous
screen proiluetions und is the lust
Mord in enative Ken us. 12 months
in New York, 10 months in London,
'months in Paris, 1 months in Chi-
ej;o.
Purely Personal.
Mrs. A. II. Hopaon has returned
from a visit to the family of her
brother, John Ilillc, at Owcnsboro.
Mrs. Utile and little son accompanied
her heme for a viait here.
Archie llopson and W. R. Ham
mond left yesterday for Toledo, O.,
on business.
Geo. N. Duffer and a party of
younir men who expected to go to
Detroit Saturday for a string of
Doilire cars did not (to, Mr. Duffer
was wired that the cars were not
ready and that only half the num
ber promised could be supplied. He
left yesterday for Detroit to brine
hack five cars. Mrs. Duffer and
four young men went with him.
Dr. Manning Brown is ill at the
Jennie Stuart Hospital with a minor
thront rtouble.
ForJ L. Wilkinson, of Nashville,
was in town yesterday.
Mis.i Louise Baynham. of dgo
ten, is with her aunt, Mrs. Lander
Menrliam, who is ill.
Kdwin J. Garner, of Lafayette, was
in town last n'ght, returning from
a trip of ten days in the east
SEND OR RECEIVE 6.000
WORDS A MINUTE, CLAIM.
BRIDE 23. GROOM 03.
Mi' kiii.in. Ky.. M.irch 1.1. The
wolilnip: of Mrs. K.sther I'arki r Kirns
a :t yiar-i.lil widow, ttnl W. A. Ma
Line, il.! years old, a widower, wus
snleiitnied here.
BUSINESS CHANCE.
Mr. I'.urrell Hullnr l has rented the
sin. ill room in the I'hoinix liuihlini;
on the Main street side now occu
pied by Bradley's confectionery, and
expects to occupy same April 1st.
The confertionnry is selling out to
vacate in tune for the room to be
overhauled und put in shape for tbe
new tenant who will operate a soft
drink and cik'ur stand.
(By Interna tioaal News Service.)
Chicago, March IS. Thomas B.
Lambert, an inspector for the Chi
cr;:o Telephone Company, has in
vented a telegraph contrivance that
can both send and receive 6,000
Aords a minute. Lambert ia presi
dent of the American Association
of Knuineers. The Government has
sent Captain Charles A. Culver, of
the ra.lio corps, to investigate the
device.
MENINCITIIS PERIL.
Luxburg, the crazy German form
erly minister to Argentinee, haa es
cu'd from the confinement in which
he was held and ia now in Chile.
Engraved w.ddinf Invitations, an
nouncements, visiling cards Ac.
KOLB A HOWE, Jewelers.
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Something Ne
Fresh Red Snapper,
Spanish Mackerel,
Lake Croppies,
Extra Select Oysters.
Turnip Greens - .- 25c pic.
Hog Jowl - - - - 25c lb.v
Smoked Sausage.
Fancy Wine Sap Appier,
Head Lettuce,
New Cabbage,
All Received Fresh This
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'My Spring slock of Wall Paper has arrived and sampled and ready for your inspection. It is the most attractive lisvv I
have ever offered. The colorings are beautiful and the designs artistic. The prices arc reasonable.
A Great Many Selections at 10c, 12 l-2c, 15c and Up.
There is no reason why every cne should not have a freshly papered room this spring. Measure your roeiu, get
ting the exact length, width and height of ceiling and let us tell you just what it will cost you to have it papered. I will
do everything in my power to have your work done promptly, however do not delay, as the rush will soon bs on and
everyone; knows what a problem it is to get hanging done later. Our improved way of displaying paper makes it ey
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