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HOrKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SUNDAY, MARCH 17, 1 J 18.
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CALL 44t WHEN
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fa FROM FRANCE.
' Under a aw mllnf ef Ika
War Depertmwat, there will aa
a U-.a. ka LimJ (rem W.se-
lagtea lists af Ika dead and
mM timl ar Woyt ia
France. The Department wilt,
imf, eontlnee e t.le-
graph relatives af Ika fate af
Wh.a yea (al .aak a bm
Hi frees Ika War D.part-
Mai, please talephewe 449 end
.k far tka editor. Tka Kee
leckiaai will edartake la in-
farm Ika e.nsmmnity af Ika
Mndisonville to making biff pull
t gat the Weia Cigar factory.
. ii poo
The eight-hour day bill was tablad
In tha House day or two ago.
First Lieut William C. Pabney,
son of Dr. 8, G. Dabney, of Louis
ville, baa been wounded in action,
' A regiment of Jewa ia being re
e ulted in Cleveland for fighting in
Moscow has again been tempor
arily nade the official capital of Rus
sia. A trip to Moscow was the big
gest mistake ever made by Nepolcon
It ia inferred from several Jignift
eant statements given out within the
last few days, that the Huns have
. . offered peace terms to the British
V end that they had been turned down.
A girl who applied for license to
be married in Henderson waa Just
Ave day too young and tha would-be
groom was told that the young lady
would have to wait week.
Tha acceptance of the peace of
fered to Russia on the hard terms
offered by Germany waa upon the
nnniversary of the Csar'a abdica
Winchester is again playing in
hard lack. Following close on the
heels of the theatre disaster, in which
dosen lives were lost, cornea a $75,
000 fire in a lumber plant, of un
'The ITopkinsville Kentuckian, Mr.
Charles M. Meacham's paper, ia now
appearing aa a morning daily, seven'
column four-page form, and being
served its readers aa part or their
fast menu. It's needless to say it ia
. palatable, as it is well edited and
newsy. Guthrie Progress.
The Ilopkinsville Kentuckian that
baa been issued three times week
has been changed to a morning daily.
and brim full of news The en
thueiasm with which the new daily
baa been received bespeaks its sue
cess. Charlie Meacham, veteran
newspaper man, one of the brightest
and cleanest anywhare, continues in
charge. Cynthiana Democrat
Ona American woman was killed
and an American man and woman
were wounded in Monday's enemy
air raid over Paris. Miss Winga
Caroline Martin, 82, of Rockville
. Centre, L. I. was oe of si per-
' sons killed in a hospital which was
struck by a bomb. She was Y. M
C A. canteen worker. Mrs. W. B
Phillips and Mr. Salscr were wounded.
THE DAILY KENTUCKIAN
J tit South Maia Street
v" ' Will Prial Year N.w lt.au.
' . Bring il to Tka Office ar
We Trial N.ws ell
IHawaMS. Births, Deaths, VUiU,
SmUI Affairs, Court Preceed-
" : tnfs. Marring., Wracks, Acci
cWau, Public lopreT.ia.nt,
a p.Uis Edacatioa, Church Nate
Farsa Problems, Seerts and
.. Gam., QuMliuas uf Public Pol
e lay. Etc. Fie.
a READ THE NEW MORNING
e DAILY t
WILL GORE ILL
Mr. W. L, Gore left fur Hattie
kurg last night in response to tele
gram notifying him of tha serious
illnesa of .his son. Will Gore, who
ia soldier at ('snip Shelby, lie
waa volunteer tu the old Company
PRESIDENT. TO PREPARE A
Arranged For Wednesday at
10 JO O'Clock At the
NATIONAL EXPERT COMING
feeting of Road Commission,
Fiscal Court and Engi
A conference will be held next
Wednesday March 20 at 10:30 a. m.
at the Court House of Importance to
every man, woman and child in Chris
tian county and should arouse the in
terest of every man to the point of
attending if possible
The discussion will center upon the
rood question as it concerns and in
terests most vitally the people of
Christian county. The subject in
general will be distassed but the
main object of the meeting la to
consider the road situation in Chris
Several experts and officials will
be here. Among them will be Mr,
Brooke, Federal Highway Engineer;
Rodman Wiley, State Commisatoner
of Public Roads; and Engineers
Canning, Heath, and Kneed. Several
local engineers and inspectors will
likely be in attendance also.
These experts and officials-w II di
cuss the road question with th Fis
cal Court and County Road Com-
misioners and the public generally
is invited and urged to be present
and Join in the discussions. Attend
this meeting and familiarise your
self with the- most vital subject.
ON SIDE OF MAN FROM WHOM
SEPARATED $10 OOO PRAYED
Practically the entire session of
court yesterday was ronsumed with
h trml of the suit of nr. v. ii
Krkiletian vs. Dr. M. W. Roiiell.
Dr. Krkiletian is suiag Dr. Rossell
nr alienation of his wife s atlectlons
alleging that the defendant sought
n ailvantaira in a real estate deal
and sought to bring about the sep
aration of the plaintiff and his wile,
thereby gaming the advantage do
Th, cuit hi for S10.000 and is
being hurd fought The first witness
was introduced Saturday afternoon.
consequently the hearing of testi
mony has not progressed very lar.
One of the witnesses testifying on
the plaintiff's si'l'l if the wife who
has been scparut.'J from him for two
or three yeurs.
The trial will probably but through
ut Monday and may run over into
(By laUraatioaal Mews Service.)
New York, Msrch 16. Governor
Whitman has definitely declined to
sccept a re-nomination for third term.
He also persuaded the entire Km-
publican state ticket to accept re
nominations, according to an an
nouncement made thu afternoon.
(By International News Service).
Washington, March 16. A cas
ualty list containing the names of
85 soldiers killed an.! wounded was
issued by the War Department late
this afternoon. Kigh". were killed in
action, two died of wounda, six died
from accidents, ten died from dis
ease one died from unknown cause
and 6M were slightly wounded.
At ConnelUville. I'a.. thm will ha
a short crop of maple syrup because
cans are not to oe nan.
FIRST RED CROSS TROLLEY HOSPITAL
Th- first trolley hospital la completed and should serve as a model to thoae thnt will undoubtedly be used In
mooy clil.-a fi the movlnis of wounded aoldl.rs from ports of arrival to nrliihbortog hoiltals. It wss d.fdwied by
auiM-rlntvndt-nt John l.lnO. II of the ll.wton Kl. sl.-d rallrond at the aupgeallon of llilg. Uen. John A. Johustoo, com
tinnlftnt of Ihe Nor1he'fi il--fwrtinnt. . ,
SOCIETY WOMEN AND RED
CROSS WORKER GETS JAIL
. SENTENCE AND FINE.
(By lateraatioaal N.ws Service.)
Atlanta, Ca., March 16. Mrs. Mar
Kret A. Hirsch, prominent In social
elides and as a Red Cross worker,
waa convicted this afternoon of at
tempting to blarkinnil Asa P. Cand
ler, the millionaire Mayor of Atlanta.
The jury deliberated only 26 minutes
before reaching a verdict. The court
imposed a sentence of twelve months
in jail and $1,000 fine.
Mrs. Hirsh received the sentence
without a tremor and without com
ment. Attorneys for the defense
served notice of an appeul. Her bail
waa fixed at $3.0(10. If compelled
to serve her sentence Mrs. Ilersrh
will be sent to Millodgeville prison
farm. Mrs. Hirsch was indicted
with J. W. Cook, convicted butt week,
of trying to blackmail Mayor Candler
by demanding $500,000 aa the price
of silence concerning the Mayor's
alleged relations with Mrs. Hirsch.
TAKEN IN FOR RED CROSS BY
CHURCH HILL AUXILARY.
The entertainment given at the
Churrh Hill Grunge Friday night by
the Church Hill Ked Cross Auxilury
was a success in every way. The pro
gram was exceedingly intcri'sting
and consisted of several numlwrs
sung by the Kewstead H'vM School
chorus, and a play wl-irh was a bur
luMiue upon Tho Scwinif Circle. A
packed house linstenud intently to
songs, drills, recitations, and the
play. The receipts amounted to
$S3, which goea into the coffers of
the local Red Cross Auxliary.
II. L ALLEN
NINTH STREET CONFECTIONER
WAS BURIED YE3TERDAY
H. K. Allen, the confectioner on
Ninth street, died Friday morning at
the Jennie Stuart Hospital, where he
had been for some tune. He was 40
years of age and was member of
the Episcopal church
Funeral services were held at 10
o'clock yesterday morning at the
church, conducted by Dr. G. C. Ab
bitt Interment followed in River
Mr. Allsn ia survived by his wife
aud one sou.
FALL TO DEATH
WHEN AN AIRPLANE CAME
DOWN AT FT. WORTH.
(By lat.raatioaal N.ws S.rvke.)
Fort Worth, Texas, March 10.
Lieut Haroid Andrew, of New York,
and Cadet Joseph Lanagsn, of Pallas,
Texas, were killed at Hirks field this
afternoon when an American airplane
WAS HUNGRY AND WANTED
Mt?AT ONLY IT SEEMS.
Friday night a thief entered the
meut shop of N. SUidoliiian on Kuitt
Ninth street, locked the iron safe
Which Mr. niacli'liniin nail cnreiewiji
left unlocked, steered shy of the
cash register, and lifted a few pack-
agea of meat ready wrapped lor ear
ly delivery. He did t ot disturb any
thing else but quietly nia.lo his exit
aa he came, which was through the
llesen Kolly of the Syracuse uul
versltr unit baa the distinction of be
ing the champion hand grenade throw
er among the American troope In
Prance. Young Kelly's good right
arm will probably account for many
Huns when bis suit eaters the
jtreackee. fie has made grenades a
OFFICER IN U. 5. ARMY MEETS
OLD SWEETHEART AND THEY
Ir. ('. M. Thompson. ;m:Uor of the
First ltaptint church, had On pleas
uro yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock
of Joining in marriage Lieut. Uoss A
firlpKi trA Mwi Nellie Hosier.
Lieut. Gnnc's home is in Harper's
Kerry. Va., but he is now in training
at Cnnip Forrest, (ia., and wss grant
ed a short furlough for the purixwe
of getting married. The bri.le lives
in Little Kock, Ark., hut agreed to
meet her lover here in order to he
The groom registered his age nt
1H and the bride at 37. According
to tlio best informal ion obtainable
these parties were swecthenrts dur-
ng their ynung days anil had not
wen each other for twenty-one years.
lust why they selected tins point
for a meeting place .i not learned,
hut thi.t is not important They met
m l were married, ami have gone on
their way rejoicing.
J. It. Harrison and wifo to S. 11
King. Tract of land 6 miles from
Hopkinsvillo on Kirknianaville pike.
F.d ('. Major and wife to Henry
lloo.wr. Abou' 40 acres on I'nl-
ntni pike. Consideration $1.00 and
J. K. Day and wife and I. N. Day
ami wife to S. K. Bennett. Two par
cels land in Christian county. Con
F.lirahcth Caroline Smith to Ju.i
W. I'nderwood. 1-ot in Kelly, Ky.
J. K. Tucker and S. A. Tucker ami
wife, of St. l.ouia, to W. N. and W.
II. Ilailey. White Plains, Ky. 1 ruct
of lund on Pond nvr. Considers
tion $1.00 and other vsluablrs ronsid
erstions. Richard Walter Lose and wife to
Memphis Coal id. lung Co. Coal
rights in about 16 acres near Hop
kins county line.
Mr Cuorire R. Pierre wss in s
very rriticsl condition last night at
hia home near to-vn. His tongue
was swollen and he was unconscious
and in s hopeless condition. His
death was believed to be a matter
of but a few hours. He is more than
HO years of age.
(By laUraatioaal News Service.)
Washington, March 16. President
Wilson tonight issued a proclamation
DUtluig the coal Industry of the coun
try under drastic regulations for the
duration of the war.
NEW LISTS ARE
More Men of Class One Are
To Be EXAMINED
ANOTHER BATCH OF 163
Unlike The Other Lists The
White Men Outnumber
The examination of men in Class
No. 1 under tho military selective
service law, will be resumed next
Wednesday and Thursday at the Ava-
on, beginning each morning at v
lock. The examinations win ie
held under the same peneral condi
tions as were those ( last Wednes
day and Thursday and lr. J. H. Kne
of the county exemption board, asus
that volunteers, ami as many of
those who have already served and
know the ropes, help again this time.
These summoned fur examination
next Wednesday are a fellows:
WIIITKS Harry O. Wadlinglon.
John Meekin Crnl.tree, Richard Hen
ry Hurt, Koy le Cat. s, Charles lay-
..r. Hcrschell Terrell. I roy Allison
Tlinmns. Wilbur Ward. Curl 11. Wil
liams, Louis Tanner. Paul Kdward
Twvman. J. Willis White. Jewell v il-
wn, Lewis Robert Tbarkrr. Wm. IV
fucker, Geo. Mortimer Wood, Jus.
Ilacku Stvwart, Kobt. Stewart, Koy
Smith. Cant Shcppard, Cbas. (.ill
Smith, Wade Sneed, Clyde Smithsun,
Abe Snhel, Jos. 7.iit llyan. lan-nee
Hi.-e f.rn. Ktell Powell. KUic An-
ilrew I'eilen, Jan. Aaron Reese, Clar
ence Powell, ltobt. I ec Price. ( lin
ton Pitxer. Wm. II. Reese. F.dwin T.
Morris, Waller HciincU Major. J. J.
Melnlo li. F.li Dully Mitchell. Douglas
Morgan, Jos. Albert Morgan, rultoii
Mooreliel.l, l.il lnlin.on. .In". Kliner
lanirip, Du-lh-y W -iol.-n l.-lford,
l.ouis Klein, ("has. Man. in Long.
Million Au;ru-t Ijiyne. Thurston M.
Itviie. (ieo. Krnest Knur. Harvey
Kinkcad. Paul G. Daniel, .las. Hretie
Hester, W. (Jarnett Forgy. Klbridge
II. (Jary, Wm. Henry Hayes. Aubrey
Darnell. Thos. Kverett Kli. CUrence
Wm. tiray. Kugcnc tlidmea, John
Stark Davis, Cbas. L. ')ade, Jr., Clias.
Klmore Kruiiian. I.i.wreiiee (iriltin,
John Hopscin Hariieil Samuel Curtis
Hale, P.enj (Jordan, Clarence I hos.
Grillin. Frank HasktiM. Otbo Hunt,
Jimiiiie Fields, A. K ;llnr (.oo.lwm,
('has. lrvin llamniomls. l.uther ll..n-cH-k,
Leslie Hart. Au-lrew Holmes,
Veaehel Kdgnr Rivms. Walter II. Ho-
hannon, Wm. Kdi'iir llrown. Pen .V
avunaur.li, W. F.d-M ('.inii-ni, Mark
Chester fates, Oliver l.ewi-i ( an,
lusliua Summers Copper. I,elie t-or-
nell. Ionar.l Croft, Alhrt ( uimiiig
ham. COI.OKKD- Alvin Maekley, Al
bert While, Warr-n Ciiero Williams.
Frank Wnuteii, Oscar Vass. Arthur
Kldred Willmigbby, Ceo. K l Wright.
Henry Whitesnle, Levi Wilson, F.lijah
Williama. Art Viun:lm. Freddie West
on, Clarence r.llis Miirm-r, i.om.
Sharp, Thurston Sitrgeiit, Geo. Nor
man, Kobt. L. Coston, I 'lyases Cos
ton, Geo. Newell, Frank, Kives, Win
Henry Outlaw, l.uciaii Name, l.uther
Owen, Rady McKeynol-ls. ivir.n
Vilnius. M:irsha II Mi'Kevnoi, Nel
son McKevnolds. Geo. W. Moore.
Jno. W. M( Reynolds, .las r.. .Moore.
Frank Martin, I lent M.-Reyindds.
Dennis MeReynolds. lli-r-. hel Miller.
( has. Thos. Matthevs. Fi-rn-sl Maj
ors, Edw. MeCrary. Win. Henry Ken
nedy. Will Henry Killibrew. Will
l.ayne. Islie I.r.iveil deo. inuguiu.
Kilnr Foston. Arthur Glad.lish. ir-
land Hale. Raymond Davis. Richard
T. Green. Houston Hopper. Will
li.lUr.l Kav Fduionds. r ilmore Hes
ter, Gus (iray. Willie Harris, Theo.
p'.wuum. J.-sso Fiitred. l-raiis. i.ar-
rott. Jas. Davie. Kim K linonds, Leo
nard Carri'tt. Doiiclas Creen, Clar
ence M. Alleiisw-rth. Jew Angltn.
Herman Wilbe Taker. Nun llailcy.
l.uther fluids Hill. ''' 'ble. Kobt.
I.ee lli.wl.-r-. l-croy Hutler. SUnlcy
Sherman Hrewer. Jnnnnie prame,
Jesse Hr.naugh. Willie f atlvtt. Alvin
f rom y, Jss ( unnn.giiam. t lauiie
Cushenbcrry. Admin Chambers.
NOW APPEAR ON HOSE.
(By International N.ws S.rvic.)
Los Angeles, Cel., March 16.
Wearing initials if their soldier
u..i hearts on their silken hose is
the latest fad among Loe Angeles
movie stars. The on', drawback to
ika nw Cushion is caused bv coniuli
.-lions arisim; when io girl friends
displaying initials of the same soldier
chance U meet
AS TO JAPAN
Washington, March 16. President
nderstood to be) prepar
ing a statement for the world at
Inrire. which will emphasise his an
nounced policy of support nnd eyrn-
psthy for the Russian people. Il is
believed the opportunity will be ac
cepted to define the attitude of the
United States towards the sugges
(od nlan of the enemy Bowers to neve
Japan send an expedition Into Asiatic
Russia. The most definite sUtemens
obtainable concerning this policy wss
that there had not been the slightest
change in the views of the United
States ss msde known formally to
Japan some days ago. ,'
It is believed he will restate hia
unwillness to agree to any plan of
intervention which ia unaccompan
ied by a statement guaranteeing non
territorial ambition on the part of
(By International N.ws S.rvke.)
New Yi rk. Msrch Id. Aeroplane
corps are to be added to the police
reserve force, according to an an
nouncement today. Flyers will be
used to protect the city in case an
air raid is made.
(By lat.raatioaal N.ws S.rvke.)
Denver, Col., Marrfc 16. The Ger
man language was ruled out of the
Denver public schools today by or-:
ler of Suieriiitrndcnt CoaL All
German text books were ordered
placed in storsge.
(By International N.ws S.rvke.)
Washington, March 16. Self de
termination as to their political fu
ture waa proposed for the people
of Ireland in a joint resolution in
troduced late today by Senator Gal-
linger, of New Hampshire.
FALLS FROM FENCE.
I idle Mark Witherspoon happened
to get a serious fall yesterday after
noon at 4 o clock while attempting
to get over a picket fence. The
hoy climbed on top of the fence with
Ins feet between two palings and in
attempting to jump to the ground his
foot hung and he fell head forward
to the ground, his ahoulder striking
tirst. The ankle of bis right foot
was badly wrenched and the physi
cian has not been able to determine
if any bonea are broken. The boy
was suffering agonies last night. Dr.
Thomas attended him.
DIED AT NEW YORK.
Samuel II. Gmn.u.1 Uualn t
lll.kvv. Rasa A N. i..lrv
store, received n message at 2 o'clock
yesterday morning notifying him or
the death of his father in James
town. N. Y. Hn wrna .knot 7. v.ars
of age and death resulted from heart
Mr. and Mrs. Grunsxul k.ft st
six o'clock last night for Jamestown,
and will not return for about tea
( By laUrnatiecial N.ws S.rvke)
Leomlniater, MasL, March 16
Joseph Bashaw died at his home en
Daiiara uui aged 102 years, 11
months and t days. He was tho
oldest man in this part of the State.
II. left eight children, thirty-eight
grandchildren and twenty-five great-grandchildrsn.
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