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r Morninf Except! LonHnn,
April to. ijms
i only Mary Garden h
.;, trie new photo
. .nout novel by Ann
'.I to Mm Oerdcn's
.." tell the story of a benuty
ef ancier.t Alexander. WB nol'
1 rinua for -her many love' affairs. A
wealthy yeuog man nsmed Paphnu
tUia ia attracted by This, but Icav
' inf bar home ana evening. Is set upon
'by k jealous rival Whom he slays in
eelfdefence. Having lately become
convtrt to Christianity from hit
paean belief, ha know that murder
' S crltne gaint Heaven, anil in
1 la great ramoraa he becomes a monk
' Md (oca far ant on the dctcrt to
liv in expiation of hi am
Vhila be becomei known throuch-
out tha world for hii sanctity. Thin 1
baeomea tha very queen of riotoua liv-1
In. . Then Paphnutiun eonceivee the
- idea that it would give the Caue of
- Christianity treat impetus if he could sired
j thought possibly la have heen forced
April 8. Thirteen .r'-ilto '-"k" ,",',,
- -- uiwzim T'-.J-. i r f I . '
Supreme conius of operatic stage; Prima DoniM of world wide fama
T H A I S"
From the famous novel by Anntolo France. The most brilliant and
tenxntion.il production in the recent history of motion pictures. First
screen wppem-inee of the most f.-iinou wnnwn In the) world.
Admission 101 20c We pay war tax
Hrilliant celebrity of llio New York Since d a Hromlway Fuolliuhl
A picturesnup. fascinating and highly entertaining modern roman r.
PRINCESS FRIDAY "
MAE MARSH -IN- "FIELDS OK HONOR"
Irvin & Cobb's thrilline, smashing diama. One of the tensions of
"THE- RED ACE"
Universal"! Created Semi. Episode 14. 2 Pig Acta.
Nes:or Com.'dy-"A l!tii.iul Ciilamity,
John Comedy "His Fatal Dimity." One I. ng
Rex Tomorrow-Winifrrd Allen, in "FOR VAI-OUR."
Ket FrKlay-King ni-gcot 1 M;trii rrile Snow in "The Eaglo'a Eye"
2 Riotous reels of up
liiiilih from start to
. . "
V: Jhird liberty oan
Mint of the acrm-a in 'Fur Val-I
Workers by districts
ur." were tiikcn in Canada. It
a iinucuii uun inese war-nays 10 gel ,
permission to take motion picture! I
on in nod inn mil, but Sir. lurker,
the director, obtained the much-de-
permit. Mont of the scenes
i ' : .wl
contort Thsis, so he goes to hrr
homo dressed in the rich garment
Cf friend over his roane mouk'i
robe, and notiflei her of hia inten
tion. ' At Ant nhe is amused, and then
ightaned ai he follow her every-
Vriiere. And at Inst the yields to him.
. turee away or dctny all her world-
ly poaaeMiona, and follows him oft
into tha dear it where the becomes a
Flushed with his victory over sin,
' raphnutius returns to his holy broth-
- era. But deepite his high renolveii,
ha has fallen madly in love with
' , Tha conclasioa of the story is thrilling-
in the ' extreme and alTorda
k Alms Garden one or lite uest artiiiK
- opportunities of her career.
were taken in Toronto, but the thrill-1 Thc 'i"f wurter Lib-
inu action in the trcnehen taken ;cr,y l oun Jriv n"v ben deaiimat-
ii t Camp Ilnrden, which is NO mile
I from Toronto. Here the boys learn
Iho art nf warfare before lenvinx for
the front, and the trenches lire exact
1 reproductions of tlnM on the other
POTATOES AND f ATRIOTISM.
I'wlat'. i's ire a fuel food.
furiill enenry fr n.ii,ul.ir work.
11. ey arc cheaper. This is Potato.
uvk. l iit them cvtrv day, three
tMiic a day. Try them this way:
i li.iKe putatoes, two laMcfpocns
I'luly cliopiie.l Kreen peppers, one
tablespoon finely chopped parsley.
I one teaipoon salt, dash paprika, one
leer: I half is MVed ta hruh top of
potatoes), one tablespoon butter.
1 Dick Williams, col., was arrested
' hera and turned over to the Madison-1 Wash and bake the potatoes. Cut
fine auuioriires on a enarire oi sieai- in nn 1 1 ine lonv way; remove the in
cd by districta:
District no. i. ror the man
Capt. A. H. Ecklea, Usui Oscar
Bass, W. D. Moore. J. E. Cooper, II
W. Linton, VIUs Gates. W. B. An.
derson. Chaa. Lew is, F. W. Cunning.
ham, S. 1 . Trimble, Douglas Ball,
ll'psher Wooldridfre, E. C. Radford,
Th, v i T- Edwards. 8. Sacks, Robert W.
n nue, n. k. nneeier, u V. Brown-
ina-. M. L. Elb.
For tha women Capt, Mrs. 1 'res
ton . Thomas, 1st Lieut, Mrs. Frank
Rives, 2nd Lieut, Mrs. T. J. McRey-
nolds, Mrs. Austin Bell, Mrs. W. II.
Anderson, Mrs. Vitas Gates, Mrs. W.
R. Wheeler. Mrs. Leslie Tate, Mra.
Ed Gray, Mrs. W. R. DorrisMrs.
L'psher Wooldridire. Miss Afrncs
Flack, Mrs. Howell Tandy, Mrs. Tom
(Smith. Mrs. S. Y. Trimble, Miss Ber
tha Cayce. Mrs. Ida Chappell. Mrs.
r f rAni. i n... u-i.:,. r
Y i nf ciomina irom a leuow wauer in sine whm a lorn, .vi.i hutter, pep- Jim Winfree. Mrs. J. D. Hill, Mrs.
per. pur.ncy anj s-'aaonu-i;: mix very J. II. Dainr.
t m. 1 irhtlv. 1- ill into uM mii.I r.um.l l... r.:.,-:.. . a .
r - - - - , 1'imrici no. ror me men
top; brush with a little vkv and roush- Cant.. Dr. T. W. Hlakev. I.ieoL. E.I
I.. Weathers, Geo. Gary, M. C. Forbes
MEETS THIS MORNING.
en with fork.
Tha Wednesday morninir Music , Put m .hallow pan. return to oven
Club will meet at the Librury th.s ,! t. m, ,l;c,. (,rn St.nx.
morninf at 10 o'clock. in a fo! led napk.n.
Warned. W. R. Brumfleld, D. D.
Cayce, John A. Clements, John Mc
Carley, Geo. Randle, J. M. Ncblett,
J. J. Metcalfe.
For the women Capt.. Mrs. T. W.
Blakey. 1st Lieut. Mrs. E. G. Peter
son, 2nd Lieut., Miss Annie Forbes,
Mrs. Ed Weathers. Mrs. C. R. Crutch
field, Mrs, Susie Stites, Miss Sallia
G. Blakey, Mrs. Almond Browning,
Mrs. T. C. Underwood, Miss Bess
Wallace, Mrs. E. H. Ftnrkor. Mrs. D.
W. Kitchen. Mrs. Koili, Miaa
Lena Clark, Mrs. John Trice, Mrs.
Will Wash, Mra. Will (.lover. Mrs.
John Stites, Mrs. R. K. Cooper, Mrs.
Will Forbes, Miss Fannie liakrr, Mrs.
Fred Jackson, Mrs. l.ucian Cayce.
District No. 3. tor the men
Capt, F. K. Yost, Lieut., J. T. Thorn-
as. Dr. T. Perkins, Eli Mitchell, Nor
man Mellon, Walker Wood, Albert
Noe, Walter Drake. J. E. Clibome,
E. Yancey. R. 11. Holland. Fred
Jackson, Richard Leavell, M. D.
For the women C-apt., Mrs. W.
D. Cooper, 1st Lieut., Mrs.
Yost, 2nd Lieut, Mrs. A. W. Wood,
Mrs. J. T. Thomas, Mrs. Arthur Wal
lace, Mrs. Max I.owentnal. Mrs. Rich-
m sses Julia Ermine and Helen
Van Cleve, of Evanaville, are Wait
ins; their grandmother, Mrs, Julia
L. Harton ia visiting- In
mra. 1). W. Kitchen leaves to day
for a visit to her daughter, Mra.
Hugh Wood, at Cloverport
Mra. J. W. Gish and aon, of Mem
phis, are visiting Mr. (5. E. Randls'a
If 1 Tl . II .. ...
it nanuie .ucivea ia taking
a domestic Science course at RL
ing Green Normal School.
Sheriff J. J. Clibom returned yes
terday from Lexington where be went
Sunday with John Manson and Hen
ry Nanca who were recently sen
lenceu io tfte School of Reform at
- V. Jl.V" m. . v
t.n. V f . '
dus Stephens, E. G. Peterson, C. M.
Meacham, Irving Roaeborough, Rev.
A. S. Anderson, Sam Frankel, W. S.
Mellon, Mrs. Jim Breathitt, Jr., Mrs.
And Every Day Until Friday, April 12
Vit 4i?Cre.-,i show a" tW. v i" comp 1,1 Sl'v him how 10 W J f their f.Kil troubles hv t im- E
. pie, sacntific means. He is one of the Staff .,f Dr. Wni. M. Schc.ll. thc noted foot s,Kxiali!t.
s Examination and Advice is Fy&p I
He will ihowyou how to have perfectly ct,mft.riaMc fa t without wtarine itt-pr-sizpJ or ,,,1,1!,. I
napea snocs. Your tut can lot k i,e;;t. tiim m.1 stilish whii....ni..vin.. ,v.m.,i..i.. ....
, ' - - J "..ii ..;.i.. vu.iipil 1 1UIHIUII,
Albert Noe, Miss Nancy Boyd, Miss
Sara Cooper. Mrs. L. K. Wood. Mrs.
F. M. Stites, Mrs. Geo. Dulton, Mrs.
District No. 4. For tha men
Capt, H. A. Keach, Lieut, L. K.
Wood, J. O. Cook, Ira D. Smith, C.
R. Clark. J. It. HigKnis. J. D. Mc
Gowan, J. A. McKenzie, Henry Hurt,
Bailey Ruaaell, Lucian Barnes, T. B.
Fairleigh, R. M. Fairleigh, Archie
For the women Capt., Mrs. W. A.
Cornette. Is Lieut, Mrs. Harry
Keaeh, 2nd Lieut, Mm Kate Peyton,
Mrs. Henry Hurt, Mrs. Stanley West,
Mrs. Lucian Barnes, Mrs. Harry Leo
kuecher, Mrs. Priscoll McGowan,
Mrs. Bert Stuart, Mrs. Bailey Rus
sel, Mrs. Blewitt, Mrs. George Mer-ritt.
There will convene in the First
Street Colored Baptist church today
and last three days, a Missionary In
stitute connected with the work of
the First District Baptist. There
will be three services daily. A pro
gram of great interest to the churches
and committees will bo carried out
Frank The nraisa srvir will k ....... I. ..l
by the dearona in attendance. There
will be preaching by visiting and lo
cal divines. Patriotic addreau will
Itassett, ;be delivered. Dr. E. Willia ms. Pre.
Norman Udent of M. A P Poll... will k.;
the student body out The modera
tor of the association. Dr. Leavell,
will be present Also Revs. P. P. Den
nia, Guthrie; A. F. Fox, Madison
ville; R. H. Lasley. Allenaville; V.
S. Smith, Paducah; P. H. Kennedy,
Henderson, and C. H. Clark, of Ten
nessee. Rev. P. K. Harvey ia pastor
and Rev. R. D. Ware, district missionary.
of Chicago, the
y now is
Mari , t
V. Hi '
inith th'. .
Sa oaT , ' . '
Vt iere, '
y f Thia Expert
X.'J' J Lo-ned
K .v.i i
y To You That
You Can Gain
' Foot Comfort
W t' i j- . .
AfflwKt crKcw.fif AVflcvyAW T&
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
FOR SALE 300 acres of rood
red clay Unci Just 3H miles from
Hopkinsville on one of the best pikes
in me county. Well Improved, well
watered, and a nice showy place. Can
sell at a bargain and give possession
RADFORD k JOHNSON.
What do you know about Clothes?
rTiiE qucrAion occuis to us because appar-, -crtiy
there aro as many makes of clothe3 ar '
there :j:j colors. -
In fur More, there
picvjcts of known
c. ! cr.dorscment
is no room for deception
standard alone can secure
iFurnished by Whitfield Bros.,
Odd Fellows Bldg.)
April 0. 1918.
May ....1271a 127 12714 1271a
May 86H 86 ' 86 Va 8614
May 4H.00 4H.05 48.00 48.0S
May 25.75 25.80 25.75 25.77
Sept . . .
Come In and Find Out How You Can
Forset That Ynu Hmif Foot
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1 ' i
ALL & M'GOWAN'S Foot Shop"
.24.27 24.30 24.25 24.27
...8.66 a oo
tibSHs 98.84 98.78
Lib 4's 96.00 96.14
LouUvilU Live Slack.
Cattle Receipts 3s0; steady, tin-
tops f 17.65.
80; 10c higher;
50; steady, un
rteveral operative Patients at the
Jenma Sturat Hospital were able to
go homo Sunday and yesterday in
cluding Luther Cowherd, son of 8.
L. Cowherd; Mebane Burnett of Pem
broke; Mrs. Lewis Powell and Mrs.
J. A. Howard, of tho eitv ami Miu
Mna Teague, of Si. Charles
Frank Leneave. it luw patient from
ladii, waa received eater-Jay.
H. H. Golay and Wm. Thomp
son are doing well
In tha case of the Commonwealth
of Kentucky against Allie Mullen,
Oggie Datillo, and Major Shadoin
charged with grand larceny, the de
fendants all waived examinion trial
in County Judge Champlin's court
yesterday afternoon and were held
over under bond till the June Una
of Circuit Court to await tha actien
of the grand Jury. The bond ef
Mullen and Datillo were fixed at
1250 each and Shadoin'a at 1150.
The condition of Jas. E. Fawcett.
of Earlington, still remaina critical.
He was formerly business mapagcr
of The Hustler and abo served in
that rapacity with the Bee Madi-
auoa sv naouis a saoTMsat,kMBLTiMoas, ita.
have earned the respect of this community and
many others through their trustworthy perform
ance season after season.
Today we counsel the purchase of these clothr
'vjcausc u'c know their worth. Their style wf
;l'Cal to you, but you must depend on us f
i ruinly of quality our judgment in the matL
'! not lead you astray.
Stick to the Home Folks.1
You know, and we know, there is" no better
people on earth than right here in our midst.
You know, and we know, there is no better land
anywhere than right here
You know, and we know, there is no better
timber anywhere than right here.
(with the possible exception of Kaiser Bill)
that the best WAGON ever set on four wheels is the
MOGUL, made by home labor, out of Kentucky
WAGONS ARE BOUND TO ADVANCE
BUY THAT MOGUL AND BUY IT NOW
Forbes manufacturing Co.
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