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Carlyle Black we 11 and Evelyn Greeley
In "His Royal Happiness
The inappy glory of handsome young American who arts thine to
risht In topry turvey European kingdom. An adventure story
Ihjit'i trrwt. ' ' " .
ALSO-"Roaring Llona and Wedding Bella." One of (he new Fox
Comedies in 2 Mirthful Acts. . v
Far-famed erootionaf ttrea iurpaeaintf n bar former Iriumpra.
In "A SLEEPING MEMORY"
An extraordinary picturmtinn f E, Fbillipa 0,prnhclm'i eret
novel. The mosl MtonlRjun rnn'riUi.tioD totUo dranm.of the screen
TRINCESS THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Vary Pickferd la "Am
rillr of Clothes Line AHer.1: 1. l cf srrecn in her Intoat skid great-
est uteres. t ' , .1
Famous in "The Rainbow Princee," "The Antic, of
1 other play. IN . '
' . "SUNSHINE ANN'.'
Hr MiJt! H.-wn Rii au'-or of "Mm. Vimt of the Cahbiipe Patch
ALSO "The Screen Teleorain.."- S-mWliirlTne. AH the
t All Ih. ljlet
Afh.inniiir aiul rtfretl my atory with a vein of coined at fine Bi
gold. A photoplay that everyone should aee and enjoy.
current eventa of interest. Art extil kod ftrocr.nn.
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T ! j7iiu0 "'TomcrrowT.' -
The Union Prayer Service now be
ing; held daily at the suggestion of
the Woman's Committee af the Coon.
efl of Defense was held yesterday at
the Ninth Street Christian church
from 11:30 to 11:55 .. For the
convenience of . the business people
as well as any otht rs who desire to
attend, the remainder of these meet
infa will be held at the Princess Thea
tre beginning at 11:30 sharp and
closing at 5 minutes before tweive.
This will give 25 minutes just be
fore the noon hour and ahould suit
the convenience of most any person
who desires to be present
i .The leaders for the temainder of
the week are aa follows:
' Today, Tuesday Rev. Psul S.
Wednesday Rev. J. W. Stiles.
Thursday Rev. H. H. Jones.
; Friday Rev. Thomas Chapman.
QUOTA BASED ON
MEN OF CLASS 1
HOUSE-ADOPTS SENATE PLAN
TO ABANDON BASIS OF
. Washington. April 15. The Sen
ate resolution embodying the Wsr
Department plan to put the draft
quota basis on the numorr 01 men
in Class 1 instead of on State popu
lation was adopted hy the Houe
by a vote of 325 to 3. Reprenentatives
Gordon, Ohio, and Huddleston and
Burnett, Alabama, voted apainst it.
An amendment by Representative
Shallenbercer, of Nebraska, to base
the quota on the total draft regiatra
tion and libility to military service
was voted down. Another amendment
by the Nebraska member directing
that credit be given for volunteers
was adopted. Before final action was
taken Representative Harrison, of
Virginia, withdrew his smendment
providing for the exemption of farm
The proposal to shift the basis for
computing the quota arose from in
equalities developed under the first
draft The chief injustice found was
in communities where there are large
alien populations not subject to
Under the new classification sys
tem all men immediately eligible for
service would be placed in Class 1.
It haa been stated that the men in
the deferred classes will not be called
except under the gravest emergency.
DE RECEPTION FOR A HUN ATTACK
1 11 1 " 1 rX J
FARMERS MUST- !
WORK ON FARM
REGISTRANTS CIVEN DEFERRED
CLASSIFICATION ON AGRICUL
TURAL CLAIMS MUST FARM. ,
Any person who registered under
the rnft and set up the claim of be
ing a farmer in order to obtain de
furred classification must continue en
the farm and to do farm work or ebe
be reclassified and take chances a
being put in Class 1. The District
SOLDIERS OF DRAFT ACE MUST
REGISTER AN9 BE CLASS- ,,
IFIED FOR EXAMINATION ' .'
This Pollu Lb the Brat line trenrbea "uifwliwe slurs I lie battles ra(W
la ready to Are a rifle grenade Into the ranks of the oncuming Teutons.
Carlyl BlackwelL Evelja
im -Hit Reyal Hifkaess."
" EASY TO USE
I Today at the Rex Theatre. Ann
Greeley Pennington makes her reappearance
on the ecrcen tn ner neweei fara-
' mount photoplay, "Sunshine Nan,"
" J having temporarily deserted it to
His Royal Highness" is a delight-', dance fn "MiM 1917," "The Zieg
ful, romantic story of the snappy way Aeld Follies" and others. Mku Pen
in which a handsome young Amer- 'nington's preceding pciture was "The
ican seta thine to nirht in a toosv- 1 Antics of Ann," a whimsical board-
Leslie Farmer, of Simpson eoun-'turvy European kingdom. You'U j ing school story. In "Sunshine Nan"
ty, died at the Weatern State Hoe- enjoy this picture thoroughly. See It she takes a eontxastlng part that of
pital few days ago, aged 11 years. I The cast of characters appearing a little alum girl rises in the world
He waa received at the institution in "His Royal Highness" consists of 'against overwhelming odda. The aup-
The Local Exemption Board has"
received instructions that ' all men
who have previously been In the mili
tary service, but who have been feoa-
Exempfcon Hoard at Msdisontille baa l?rb,J' dWebarged. must, if they come
issued the following order of inatrue- 41th the draft axes, call at oncest
(tions to the Local Exemption Boar!, the cftVe of the Local Board and
and it apeaka for Haelf and ia aa fot-
"In placing registrants In deferred
classes on account of Industrial or
agricultural grounds, the district
board haa done to with the view af
these men continuing in the aatna oc
cupation. If any registrant withia
your jurisdiction to whom a deferred
classification haa been given changea
his occupation you will please report
same to this board at once.
W. H. YOST. Chairman.
"District Exemption Board, Madison-
vlDe, eKntacky.- -
Hesse Pattern IMS Suit Cos
wita that jast a little dlfltrent lo.k
Tke eet front adds a sobby touch.
- . O Plica, 15 csats.
' FRANK EL'S BUSY STORE
latter part of March, suffering from the following:
acuta mania. The body waa taken 'Jack 1 hristie (arlylc Blackwell
to his late home for interment Princess Disna of Terresu,
I Evelyn Greeley
WANTED We have a customer Her Aunt Kate Lester
for a small farm with moderate im- Carl Borden Bert Honey
provementa and cloae to town. Also, Gen. Malcoff Lionel Belmore
a party who wants to buy a small Lisette Kitty Johnson
mercantile business. Cspalette A Black
RADFORD A JOHNSON. Ferdinand Herbert Bamngton
porting cast ia very good, including
Richard Barthelmess, Helen Tracey,
John Hines and other. Char lee Gib
lyn ia the director, while the clever
scenario waa prepared y Eve Unaell
from Alice Hegan Rice'a atory "Cat
a 20-per cent road tax for Shelby
county was defeated.
"A Sleeping Memory" ia magnifi
cent seven-act super-rearnre starring
wonderful Emily Stevens. It la a
screen version of E. Phillips Oppen
heim's splendid novel of the same
name, and kaa been adapted for the
screen by Albert Shelby Le Vino.
George D. Baker haa directed "A
Sleeping Memory." which haa been
produced under the personal direc
tion of Maxwell Karger. "A Sleep
ing Memory makes remarkable de
mands on the versatility and acting
ability of the star, and no one but
an artist of Mlaa Steve na' wU recog-
register under the draft and be cbu-
Ifted Just aa others have done. Un.
1 tkia U lMMm k 1 in
ft evade the law will be considered j
a deserter and be subject to the pen- f
alUee of the Uw. . , i iv-
The Local Exemption Boarl. there
fore, Urges everyone who haa , nt
fiUgl out his quastioaaire .te obtain 1
one at one and regiater in order
that the Uw may be complied with.
Estrayed from my farm one and I
half miles west of Pee Dee, one blac!
mare, about sixteen hands high, set
en years oUL- Information Wadmg t
her recovery will be Uberalty reward
ed. PuetonVe, Cadia. Xy.. R. I.
J. T. BLANE, -Phone
FOR SALE 'V
A f .
A( Qurch HiU Grange
Oa Friday. April 19th, I wili.
tell 100 head of fine grade
Shorthorn and Angus yearling
nixed uienu could have emerged .steers. A rare opportunity to
from the ordeal triumphant. Frank , r t i-
Miiia plays opposite the eur and the cure,t6me. fine feeding cat-
supporting cast includes Valter Hor-isU- ,
ton. KaU Blaacke, Mario Majrroni,
Richard Thornton and Frank Joyner. j R. H. RIVES. '
FROM THE 26 COUNTRY PRECINCTS OF CHRISTIAN COUNTY
vv . TO THE CITY OF HOPKINSVILLE AS A WHOLE.
MY DISTRICT Will JO BE l WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, 17TII ID
- CHALLENGE 'AMOUNT DOING ; BUSINESS
" In the first and second Libartv Loan sala of honHs it vn tJ . . . . en nna ' - Aw, t
,. . ,. ( .. ., , . e Beveriy jaa. at. eeveriy ureeaweea.iusi. u w
that UeWnty diatrieta did not show ths same patriotic spirit and . . , . til BOO '''' ' Ayil ' . ,
intereek'a. m .nif-Ud in the tow, durtncU. W. M not ..re e'!!!'!!! - . - ' j '
whether or not thia waa fact as the eouatry districU were checked 10 Cordonfleld Tom Baynham, Chm. .'. W.ow L . t www A D E A CIQ ,7
,up, and yet no one knows just exactly what the county of Chrietian South Pembroke Douglas Graham, Chm $35,000 w AlV 4OfJJ
VuUide of Hopkineville did. e 12 Brent Shop C. H. Stowe, Chm 120,000 e - (
In thia the Third Libert Loan aala of Knn.l. tfc. ,nnntra .- - 11 V ... J nr r n: . r 120.000 - BUY A LIBERTY BOND, or ilia in Knn.l. 1
tricta axe willing that the facte be known and in order that every one ' 14 Cracey J. C. Torian, Chm 125,000 to your country, or be shelled out by the e cro the
may see and know just how the people of Christian county feel toward 15 N. Pembroke Douglaa Graham. Chm .' 525.000 Mfry CiviaiJltloB j, Ulttg eroiflt4 v b'0o, tuna
their government axh count, dirtrirt b ke .Uotud accordin, to U Edward. MilWW. L, Pwkar. Chm I15.000 n'i''m' In
their aaseeaed vsJae and when Ihe drive has been flnlthsd every one IT Perry School House E. P, Haroed, Chm., 512,000 ' x-in Gallon. of
can ee that they have gone oyer the top, not only for the amount 15 UFayetU-Doe Willlame. Chat . trYil 'ml InU,Ml U 'MJ oat the- ov- '
aaed for, bt foe t-TceUie amount W Bcnnettstowa A. W. Crenshsw, Chm tli.OOO bope. But. man I It take your dollar
Christiaa oonty U the greaUst county in Kentucky aad wa are 20 Howell Tom CUrdy, Chm..: ,..,520.000 Buy bond. Stand behind the boya,9 . " n 'font
determined that we shall take our place In the fere front of the 21 W. Grofton B. C. Overby, Chm ', MOO 0f VOu. Patriotkfm ia hprn in the nj-, u, . """ nd it
purchase of thia Third Liberty Loan Sale of Bonds, 2S Bainbridge E, U Rsd, Geo. Bryant. Chm. .1 MOO mM M Pt going u count
. COUNTIES HEARD FROM. TV' ZZ'"'"" '' Villi . ' "W to Z""
25 Eaat Crofton A. U Purkholder, Chm. ...5l,ooo . 'ta the eotrs ik. i
HcndVreon county aHotment. $530,000; already eubscribed. $726,-- t Blu Sprinn-Hiury King, Chm.,..,.....; .000 taUa and men dey." If we t B . , '
000, with four procincta not yet reported. If Bakert Mill-Oacar Wilaon, Chm.'.......'. 10.00. we can do ia te show the col r
Shelby County', allotment, $.29,000; reported subscribed $830 oa r.,.iT t 5.000 , f - f . " "
. . ....j.i . ""T"'. " 17 lllllin Tts.m.- -
nH..uBn.m . , SO Palmyra & h. Cowherd. Chm. ... i I".00 nilll I Ilnri Kl If 1 1 1 . 1 1 i 1 1 il 1
The following are the 25 county dlatrlcU and the amount Ut S1 Longview W. R. Ledferd, Chns ..,$25,000 UI V A I IK' ' Ujl fj 1 1 III I
Uey are supposed to buy on, basis ot, 5 per eot of 1017 ta , 82 Fairview Ed Friti, Chm $12,000 Mil I H U ,' ' " i VU( J r '
list. The mure patriotic wUl aubacriUtml :n Brick ChurvhU.-Witty, Chm. ....'.,.,. M00 J-
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