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ErtablUhed 1879 Vol. XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 107
HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. JULY 12, 1913.
Price 3 Cents.
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Call 44 W yee faU to get the
MtMkiaa inarllr. Aad if yeo
tee mwi Item, phone it to the
a seas bee.
FWt airplanes bombed Cor.tanti-i
ple yeejtorv.A morning.
Another aeport by ths way ofj
werfen says the former Ctr hsl
Min killed. 7
Th Hensbevlki are preparing to
rpooe the Bolshevlkl In RussU The
n syllabi to what Russia needs.
BACK : IN COfffiLJ
The Anstrtana hav notified Von
Uw that they d no " n'"
nlse he bring an srmy with him.
hey need Mileri, not drivers.
Now that' Quentin Roosevelt ha
aught down f Bun plant, tot's get
r. Wnlrh of Louisville, to postpone
Interment of th Colonel
CAMPS TO BE OPENED TOR OF.
FICERS. ONE AT CAMP
A plot ha been discovered in Rus-
to send terrorists to Germany to
It the Kaiaer. If they will Jut do it
) will bo forgiven.
ana. n .
The prohibition kill waa tempoe-
rii sot aside yesterday in uw u-
4nd tho wiro control bill taken
; Billy Sunday, tho vangelit, was
oersted oa for hernia at Rochester.
.Hi.4yodnoaday. It was snnounc
i tho operation waa successful
' Tho Inforaatioa la sent J from
7aahlactM that Kentucky bao l
nUUoadires, wboao namoa art eow-
eeded. Wo do wot mind admitting
A wo or not yot la tho list
. ncmuil miimP i-rrriinT to
11 DLLulHH nULLIldrlNCI'lrl IU
LEGISLATION FLY TO ENGLAND
Washington, July II. It will bo
of Interest to thoao who wish to se
cure training that will ft thorn to bo
officers, to learn that flvo Central of
ficers' training cam pi, at which civi-
liaaa and enlisted man will bo trained
for commissions in tho officers' ro-
MAY BE POSTPONED UNTIL AFT.
ER RECESS WIRE CONTROL
MEASURE MAY PASS
THREE SEAPLANES GUARD AL
BERT AND ELIZABETH
BRITISH WELCOME THE
"GUESTS FROM THE
II. A royal air
(By Associated Press.
Washington. July 11. Adoption
tomorrow by tht Senate of tho House cort of three, Belgian aeaplanes guard
ed King Albert and Queen Elizabeth
on their flight over tho channel from
Belgium to England Saturday morn
ing on a trip which marked tho first
tho war department, according to an
announcement just made here. Tho
camps for infantry training are lo
cated at Camp Loo. Petersburg. Va.,
Camp Gordon, Atlanta, and Camp
Pike, Little Rock, Ark. A ramp for
Aeld artillery training has been eo
tabliahed at Camp Taylor, Ky., and
a camp for machine run t raising at
Camp Hancock. Augusta. Go.
Tho announcement further says:
"Thoao training asheola w ill bo run
continuously, a now ebea being ad
mitted monthly. Tho course of train
ing will bo four moatha at tho infan
try and machine gun schools, sod
about three months at tho Aeld artil
lery school Thoao schools are open
ed to qualiled enlisted me a, of all
JUefleld J pioneer gra.eyard or,""'-"" " J" "7" , ' ' VT
00 year, ago Is now la U h ZJLZ.
lution enipowerir.g the Presi
dent to acquire the Telegraph-Tele-
rre corps, hso been ettabtished by . m , . .
'foe Congress, with natiorml wartime
prohibition leguUtion postponed un-
time in history that any ruler has
every made a fturht from one country
til after a receat was the- program , another 1
framed to-day by Congressional lead- The royal couple traveled in eep
ers. I orate planes, each operated by a Bol-
Tbe Senate debated on the wirelgian army aviator.
control resolution, began after' the! On tht British aide of tht channel
agricultural emergency appropriation the king boded first near a British
bill with the prohibition amendment war ship cfT Dover. Tho queen de
had been laid aside temporarily. A erended too afterwards, her sea-
vote and approval of the resolution ! plane also iartded near a war ship.
without the amendment tomorrow or They started from tht Belgian
not later than Saturday b universally! coast and atadeshe trip to England
conceded. It ia believed possible that'in about fifty tniauteo. Tho purpose
f tlU olty and part of it kreing
.eavated for the foundation of tho
'thdisi ehtireh. "So sooa are wt
Ceut. Robert E. Lee. a graduate of
ho famoua Confederate general has
bar units, and also a limited number
"To be eligible for admission to a
central training school candidates.
either civilians or enlisted men, must
be between the ages of twenty years
and eight months and forty yeara.
must be citiaena of the L'nited States
'Ll'V . -.r " , T " ' " h snJ have been born in any of the
. '"Vr.' countne. with' which the United
rom mm t, wi.... w .i... wr or ., cf ,uch
. a-umd that the c.m.on was for , nurt
m esph.it several week, ago in L .,iuc.tjon., .d physical
TO' HELP HUNS
school or hsve pursued an equivalent
course of instruction; must be of
good moral character, and must have
the physiral qualifications required
I for s commission in the officers' re
"Kor the field artillery candidates
Imust in addition to the above, pos-
Isess a thorough understanding and'
prohibition managers will eonsent
then to an adjourn sent until Aug
(By Associated Press.)
Loadan, July 11. Tht Bolshevik!
force have taken tht offensive
against the Csecho-Slavaka, in tho
Volga region, aad tho Government
troops have won a great success, say.
a Russian official statement received
hero by wireless from Moscow. The
Cxecho-Slsvaka in Siberia are also
reported to bo .retreating before i
counter offensive of tho Bohmeviki.
TO EQUALIZE PRICE OF SUGAR
AND TAKE OVER FACTORY
PRODUCTION IF NECESSARY. .
working knowledge of arithmetic
'gebra to include quadratic equations.
land plane geometry. A fcnowieiige
of Trigonometry and the use of low-
arithma ia desirable. Men having
'had a previoua scientific end techin-
(By Aasoiated Tress.! sduc.tion.l snd training are most
' ' desirable, particularly those edu-
New York, July II. The t,,,d ,m tr,ined as civil, mechankal
'amlly In fit. Louis, bought at least .i,,,, mmirg or architectural
jne million dollars' wortR ot Germsn tnftplrt
wsr bonds, which the I'. S. Govern-. jvj,tin, poMruing the requisite
nnt believes were sold in this coun!m1Binitiona as to education, char
ry for the Germanjropagandn and fler -n(1 ,lhjMU.( yiho desire to at
'or tho purchase of the New Yorkjte.m . 0fr,ier" training school will
Evening Hail and other newapapera, Mipy faT information and necessary
according to a atatonient tonight y , bltsnk forms to the army officer on
Alfred C. Becker, deputy state's at- Juty B. pro(uor ,.f military ai-ience
torney general Becker emphasised nd HC,.f ,t the edu. ational insti-
Iho point that the German Govern- tlltiun n,,t the residence of the
meat without one cent enpense ea- .p,,.,,,,.. After the upplirant has
tabliahed fund "to seduce .-part of bfmn tXBminj by a professor of
" military acience and Uctics, his appli
cation will be forwamed to the com-i
mandmg oftloer of the Central OfB
'cers Training School. Only such sp-
jiihcstions as are approved by the pro
jfeseora of military science and Uctics
, will be forwarded to the commanding
officer of the Central Officers Train
ing School. The commending officer
will notify from time to lime oueh
spplicanU ae may be needed,; direct
ing them to report st a deslgnsted
training school on a specified date.
"In the selection of men to attend
these training schools preferoaso will
be give to qualified enlisted, men so
long ss they are available."
iiij Associated tree.
Washington, Jure 11. To equalise
the price of augar to consumer in the
face of prospects for an increase
due to threstened shortage, President
Wilson todsy crested a Sugar Equal
isation Board on recommendation of
Commissioner Hoover. The board
will be incorporated for five million
dollars and will have authority to
acqu.re, even at a loea to the Gov
ernment, the production of beet sug-
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, or UKioriee ma nnnwi
present price ot Dee is. je joia to me
public at a reasonable price. The
Board can also acquire other high
of their visit to England was to at
tend tho silver anniversary of King
George auabQuoea Mary oa Satur
Thai as tho first time since the
ar began that King Albert hat vis
ited London and virtually tho first
time since August. 1914. that ho been
outside his native land. Tht only
time that King Albert has been out-
oaide -of Belgium wast during eme
or two informal trips into Franco.
Queen Elisabeth was most enthusi
astic about the voyage, telling about
it wherever she went and whenever
any one asked tho details of tho trip,
deepite the fact thatshrdluetaoinetao
ridden in airplanes before, she had
never been over the sea.
The king, who has for a long time
taken much interest ia airplanes, has
made many flights so that among
friends In London ho did not seem to
think there was anything particular
ly novel about his flight.
EIGHTEEN AVIATORS HOVERED
OVER THE CASKET AND
GERMANY CLAIMS FIVE.
(By Associated Press.)
Berlin, via London. July II.
"Five American airplanes of a squad
ron of aix which started out to raid
Coblent fell into the hands of the Ger
mans, according to an announcement
at general leadquarterm. The crews
were taken prisoners.
Thirteen states have already rati
fied the national prohibition amend.
ment, and did it in less thaa months
from the time tho first state took
action. Of the 1811 members of leg
islatures voting on the proposition
1488 voted for ratification while S23
voted againat it. In other words.
82 per cent of tho peoples represen
tativee want national prohibition
while 18 per cent, are opposed to it.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to take this mesns of
(By Associated Press.)
New .York. July 11. Mai. John
Purroy Mitchel waa buried today I
Woodlawa cemetery, in tho presence
of Ave thousand mourning citizens.
including men prominent in world af
fairs. Eighteen American aviators.
in battle formation, hovered over the
casket of their dead camrade in
arms, following the funeral cortege
from 8L Patrick'a Cathedral, dropp
ing thousands of roses on tho streets
housetops and grave as tho body was
AND LEAVE DEAD
(By Associated Press.)
With American Forces oa tho
sfarne, July 11. A largo German
patrol, which attempted a raid o
tho American trenches on tht Marat
front thia morning was broken np aad
routed in confusion. Tho German
dead aided tht Americana In estab
lishing tho identification of tht now
In recognition of tht valiant ear- -ceo
of tho American troop who -
topped tho Gorman ruth on Pads
tho second battle of tht Ma me.
tho French authorities hart officially
changed tht name of Bois Do Bel-
lea u, which tho Americana eaptinW.
to Bois Do La Brigade Do Mama, udl
ordered all maps changed 'accordinc -
ly. . - .
Both tho French and British mad
further gains last night, tho Preach
on tho west aideu of tho Marao sal-
eat aad tho British south ot tho
The repeated local attack oa tho
French front have by digress ttralgfc- ,
tended tho German salient out and
given tho French much stronger positions.
The Italian offensive la Albania
continues if gain headway. Tho ad
venes so far nat boon about urcowa
miles aad to movement b) still a
Strengthening their lino between
the Btarno and Aisne, srhsra It is be
lieved tho Germans will attempt to
break through to Parte in tht
ption drive, tho French have
to attacking appreciable results ta
a series of sharp local thrusts. The
latest victory to show a methodical
advance was the capture of tho town
of Corey, oast of Rets forest, which
straightens out a new strong defen
sive line and gives the French a groat
opportunity for observstioa of at
tivitiea behind the enemy linen.
Miss Anne Louise Deeds, of Frank
fort, is visiting her sister, Mrs. 8.
Mrs. Joe L. Barnes, of Nashville, is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
E. W. Brackrogge.
Miss Robbie Terry will leave this
morning for Wsshington, D. C, where
she hss accepted a Government position.
Mm. m. Li. LDOM. ana sirs. a.
expressing our sincere - ... . . . .,.MD. H. ,.,, ti,
TAKEN TO C0
Sheriff Cliborno left for Cam
Taylor last night ' with Pvt. Jim
Hodges who left Camp Shelby some
time ago and has been at his father
in the northeastern part ' of this
county. Ha waa arrested and brought
to Hopkinsville yesterdsy morning.
Officers had attempted to arrest
Hodges once or twice before but had
failed. Yesterday morning Mr. Leas.
Davis, deputy sheriff, reached Hodges
homo about tun-up and found
ing the race at
and death of visiting the f.mily of Mr. J. Mc-in from Todd county about S o'clock
our little daughter, Rowena Frances.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hopaon.
COMPASS TESTING FOR SEA AND AIR SERVICES
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csa gUlB. li' or nxT nf
N WAR SAVINGS STAMPS CAM
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SALE OF GAINES FARM..
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v. .It b. ,- ... tfc. . , M11 .dvertiaement of the Jas.'
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l.otn well Sim : -- . , . una and 000
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NashviUt yesterday morning aatS was sleeping
When Hodges learn! that Mr.
Davis was present for him, ho mad
no resistance or effort to escspo but
took Mr. Davis' advice ta return to
camp and obey orders. Kodget camt
to town dressing in his uniform and
looking i real soldier like. A 950
reward waa offered for hia arrest. In
sll probability whsn Hodge reach
camp the charge of absent without
leave will be mods and his punish
ment made lighter.
KLAN NO. 1 OF THE "SOVEREN
KLAN Or THE WORLD". TO ,
BE ORGANIZED TONIGHT.
Majestic Viceroy N. B. Dickon, of
Nashville, .who has been her qomt
time working ' up material, for a
Elan of the "Sovsren KUtq of tbt
World," will complete the orgsolao-
tlon tonight at Odd Fellows Hsu aad
official by Institute Hoi kinsvillo Klaa
No. 1, of Kentucky, About 100 mm.
bars have beeu enrolled. '
t..r tin- mi-ply. tt-atli't) etc., of all couipii e f"r
. , i,, Km ; ..uifli..l. ..iit!..n lw lt tue aur, "eu r-iiiovc irv.u
: M.. I.mii.i.m, hi tiu- ivcnf.' Tin- ..ri st the oi-rvatury U altmwt eutlreiy
i i.i h slums mi InMtiH i; hi 1a-t In the K.ro rw
BUY BASEBALL AND
TENNIS GOODS NOW
ONE-IIALf PRICE AT
CAYCt YOST COMPANT.
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