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May 21, 1918
IMPORTED THAT WALTER MAR
TIN LEAVES FOR PARTS UN
KNOWN FAMILY LEFT
SPECIAL PRINCESS TODAY Extra Special Program
Pearl White & Antonia Moreno ia
"THE HOUSE OF HATE."
Chapter S . 3 Big acta. "SPIES WITHIN"
Ruth Roland In "SOLD FOR GOLD". A complete story In 2 sets.
From -"THE TRICE OF FOLLY".
"BLISS" Lonesome Luke Ctwnedy riot of fun. '
PRINCESS S00N-C0MIMG-"0VER THERE" .
Tilt I In lhe most impre. ICT T f J Story by
Montagu Love "--?-- lhe Cross bearer A.n
In the most impres
age "... Maxwell
The workl famous character, Cardinal Mercier, sturdily protected his people from the aggressions ami oppressions of the ruthless invaders -and
in his kindly ministrations he furthers lhe progress of the most fascinating and novel of romances.
Also THE SCREEN TELEGRAM," a marvelous array ol latest war event.
Also " THOSE ATHLETIC GIRLS." A famous Sennett Paramount Comedy in 2 side-splittinf acta.
Princei. Tomorrow-Francis X. Bushman and Beferlr Bayne in "THE VOICE OF CONSCIENCE."
What ar considered relishl re
ports were circulated on the street
of thia city yesterday to tha effect
that Walter Martin, a prominent clU
gen of tha Carl vicinity and former
magistrate of the county, ha aban
doned hia wife and three amall child
ren and left the country.
Martin has two daughter married
and tha three remaining children are
S. 6, and 7 years of age respectively.
He has been successful In busineaa
during the past few years and had ac
cumulated something lika $10,000 In
lated something like 110,000 in prop
property which it to said he converted
into cash and took with him, leaving
nothing at all for the support and
maintenance of hia wife and three
Although the report ia current that
Martin haa been infatuated for some
time with certain married woman
In Hopkinsville, it ia known that hj
left Hopkinsville by himself. It is
rumored that tha Hopkinsville woman
ia aeeking some meana of obtaining a
divorce from her husband but so far
ne suit has been filed.
' It b also reliably reported that
Mr. Martin left a message for hia
wife to the effect that if she would
sue him for divorce he would take
care of the children and give her
a thousand dollars. Mrs. Martin and
other members of the family were
in Hopkinsville yesterday advising
with friends and seeking to obtain
some information in regard to the
whereabouts of Martin.
The war'a most thrilling story, that
of Cardinal Mercier, of Belgium, and
his ward, Liane de Merode, is "The
Cross Bearer," in which Montagu
gue. and brutal force of the Ger
mans. It ia a story replete with ex
citing Incidents. It is a story giv
ing tha opportunity for the biggest
possible spectacular effects and, need
less to say, each and every on of
these opportunities haa been seised
and made the most of. The result
is a perfect photoplay, a p-.rture that
grips your attention at the very
start and holda it firmly until tha
close of the picture.
The Voice of Conscience Francis
X. Bushman and Beverly Bayne are
Love is seen in the powerful role of leatured In thia five-reel story, open
the world fsmous Cardinal who has so ing in Leavenworth prison, and de-
staunchly set himnelf against the ag- veloping into a Southern plantatioa
gressiona and oppressions of the Ger- story. This ia a pleasing offering,
man invaders. and Francis X. enacts a dual role.
The story tells of the love of Liane
for Maurice Lambeaux and of the
way that the Cardinal contrivers to
secure the happiness of the two young
people despite the treachery, intri-
ROOMS Furnished or unfur-
nished with or without board. Girls'
Dormitory, Belmont TeL 1099.
"A Out Use of Mercy exan through
snOosts oTUrupeaJubl Pain"
The American Red Cross
Out of the Trenches for a Breathing Space
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- Contributed by James Montgomery Flagg.
"'"'l' t it V I
t"'t .1 1'L.H
They Are Our Boys; Get
Ready, Everyone, for a Rush!"
Tae long train of freight cars whloed
and grumbled aa It atrove to stop. Ia
tae doorway of a great low building a
white capped aud gowned womaa re
leased a auany smile and, turning so
nor voice carried Into the building,
called out. They are eurs; get reedy
rer a ruch.-
jusi now an couio icll tney were
"ours" would be bsrd to explain, for
at th raomeot she spoke aundreda of
tae dirtiest, grlullest mea a woman
ver saw came fairly tumbling out of
the freight car. A uto incut more ane
was v vliiimlua this muddy rabbis wlla
S laugh au cbeerlug worda.
Inside the building there were more
women, all spick aud sn In white,
with faces beaming, handing out good
"boat cooked" food over spotless tiled
counters. Bums of the boys fulrly ran
for the food ; other went Into the long
batterlee of baths, throwing out their
vermin ridden ' clothe to be sterilised
while they scrubbed tbelr bodira back
to a healthy glow.
What luxury It all was food, tables.
chairs, things to read, guuie to play.
paper for writing, a barber abom a
movie theater and good, cleaa bedal
W on ever thought that these hap
py, emlllng women might be tired, aor
wet they tired then. vo though all
day hng they had been aervlog train
after train of French and Kogllah
troupe, literally thousands of then.
Yet wbst did that matter! for the
boys that cstne at tha end of a long
day these boys are "eurs."'
If your boy la In Franc you may be
ur he baa a song of praise for tha
One women at work In the railway
canteens of our own Ited Cross, for at
every Important railway Junction there
la one of our Ked Croaa caateeoa and
ac eacn canteea there are IS worn
real, true American women.
TRUE SATISFACTION in good
clothes can only be produced
by a proper combination of de
pendable fabrics and superior tailoring.
never fail to express good taste in
original styles. Campus Fabrics
are the finest woven oh domestic or
foreign looms. Campus Tailoring
is the product of an experienced,
ever improving organization of Mas
CAMPUS TOGS are reasonably
priced, demonstrating a perfection
in our selling methods that insures
greater values for you.
Miss Anita Brackrogge, the pretty
and attractive daughter of Mr. and
Emit W. Brackrogge, and Mr.
Percy Page, of West Frankfort, I1L.
war married In Washington Satur
day, in the paator'a atudy of the
Southern Presbyterian church. Mr.
Pag ia in tha Say department of the
Marines in Washington and Mia
Brackrogg waa also a department
clerk. After May 26th they will be
at horn at 1819 F. Street N. W
STRAYED From my farm about
4 weeks ago on red calf. Will weigh
about 600 or 600 pounds. Liberal
reward for Information, or return of
Mme. T. P. JOHNSON.
62-St Edgoten Phon X-J.
"i .i-i i.
" After reading in the papers of
May 17th, the Government's needs
for thousands of women for book
keepers, stenographers, typists and
other clerics of a score or more, we
: have decided to offer a special in
; ducement to those who .will make
arrangement to enter our school at
Fox's Business College.
Tha data for Miaa Lucile Petrie'a
recital at Bethel College haa been
changed from B p. m. this evening to
9 p. m. to-morrow evening, to avoid
conflict with another meeting.
TURNS VT ALIVE.
Ensign E. A. Stone f ta UaiUd
State naval reeervea, previously re
ported drowned in too English chan
nel, haa arrived in London. With
companion 8 ton clung ta th Under
side of th eeaplan pontooa for
eighty hours without food Arlnk.
The City of Hopkinsville will ftay
the sum of Twenty-Five Dollars for the
arrest and conviction of party or par
ties, who on May 10th, stole 1 dozen
Geraniums from the lot of Mrs J.kO.
Cooper in Rivertide Cemetery.
Frank H. Bassett, Mayor
RaT. Stowe, Com'r.
W R. Wicks, Com r. .