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A WILL NOT LAST A YEAR,
KENTUCKIAN. BACK FROM
Washington, Aug. II. Member
of congress returning from Franre
Si optimistie over th progTes of
th wr and tht prospect for a
( jeeessfr.) outcome.
Representative David II. Kinehe-
Iloe of Kentucky, who has Just re
turned from tht British, French,
Aftrririn and Italian fighting fronts.
aid: I don I think the war win
laat a year. The Huna are on the
run cure enough and I think it will
he a ateady retreat from now on.
Oar boys are doing the business. They
hare erred the day and put new hone
In the British, French and Italians.
,"I talked to aviators of all the
allied nations and they all toM me
that the Liberty motor is just the
thing. They are getting thero in
quantity and will hasten tho conclus
ion of the war. Everybody over there
who knows anything says the Lib
erty motor h the Isst word in avia
"I did not aee a drunken man in
rranc, although light wine M com
monly drunk by everybody, includ
ing tho soldiers."
I Whe Kiacheloe waa - passing
j through hospital in Paris ho was
V hailed by wounded man, who prov.
1 to bo a constituent turned Coff
in, of Slaughters, Ky. He had
en hit in the back by ahrapneL lie
ka anxious to get back into the
2D GUARDS THROW
UP STRONG DEFF.N5E
.-CZECHOSLOVAKS PLACE MA.
I Ct'!,NZ CUNS ON BRITISH
h N v CONSULATE.
. ..,... 21 tCorre-
'T-iidenco of the' A.
e In the
fartres hero and defended
uk flirhtine; when tk.
r.-.v.. ci.t. V over tho cem-ifc.'
a - fc. fit. . Jane 29. The'
Red Guards vera aidef M
"Trs and German prisonO wr
'Tho Caocho-Slovaks tutu fatround
)tbo fortress and places machine
V -. m m .. ... 1 ..a.
.una on tne rooi oi mo nriiisn -
ate and on the roof of the t
station nearby. They calls'4
.( tho Bolahoviki la the fortress i
to surrender, but tho Red Guards
i shot down their messengers. Iin-1
mediately tho machine guns opened
ftre and for two hours a stream of
' bullet rained on tho fortress. So
J fast and furious was tho firing that
I ths men in the fortress were unable
I to return the fire from the windows.
I Suddenly there waa a tremendous
I explosion. A Ctech had crawled near
i 1L. . . I .L. M 1
wim 1UIU imm imni wit nrv iwnaRc
and thrown mine Into tho build
ing. A white flag appeared at one
of tho windows, party of Cxechs
rushed to tho main entrance of the
fortress burst open by a hand gren
ade. Tho Bolnhevikl threw down
their arms and surrendered.
In this conflict tho Csocho-Slov-
sL loot four men, with 15 wounded
while of their opponents 149 had
. been killed and wounded. Thus, in
tho course of a few hours, tho all-
powerful Soviet had been overthrown
and It delegate! arrested. Its mili
tary staff overpowered by fore of
anna, a ad its army of Red Guards
bad cither surrendered or thrown
away their arm and dispersed with
. P reseat Ultiamafosa.
When tho local Bolshevist had de
cided to disarm them on Jtmo' 30,
the Csecho-Slovake forced alT this
acthM by presenting an ultimatasa
to tho Soviet demanding the disarma
moot of ths Red Guard on tho
ground that It was necessary to safe
guard the transport of tho Csecho-
Sevlet force! front Russia,
When tho. BorleU tefaaod to com
ply with the uHImatam orders were
gWen to arrest these Ablegates and
all of tho prominent Bofenevikl.
War flags were hoisted on foreign
warships in tho harbor. Four Soviet
torpedo boats attempted to put to
Sea but war atoppod and surrend
ered to officers of a Japanese cruis
er and a British cruiser.
Tho British and Japanese cruis
er. lanBefl ifldltlonal force and
aided the Ctocho-Slovak la occupy
ing Important point including the
powder magazine. Strong force of
a with machine guns, British
urine and Ciecho-Slovaks lined
M main streets. All traffic waa
Wped. Tho street were thronged
"Vpeoplo and all business was
Ided. Material were landed
Vt Chines cruissr to protect
Viss consulate and resident.
I of (he Bolebeviki were rsp
i and each was greeted' with1
i vl the jicotile.
'i t; fiKhtina? at t:
Tho British, American, French, Jap
anese and Chinese consulates are
guarded by their own national forces,
respectively, except that the French
consulate Is guarded by the Japanese.
A smsll party of American marines
landed on ths evening of Juno 29.
YESTERDAY'S MARKET REPORT,
f Furnished by Whltfleli Eroe.,
Odd Fallowa Bide )
Open High Lew
Sept ... .164 '184
Aug ....164 164
Oct ....165 166
1 A3 Vi
Sept . . , ,
.44.30 44,30 44 20 44.20
.26.70 26.77 26.70 26.72
Srpt 24.95 24 (7 24.B7 24.87
Lib 4 95.32 95.02
Lib 3 102.80 .102.20
LomUviIU Live Slock.
Louisville, Aug. 22. Cattle, 250;
steady, anchange4. Hogs, 2600, 10c
lower; tops ft 9.66. Sheep, 1800, 25c
lower; $11.76. Umbo, 1650.
STATES THAT HAVE RATIFIED
THE PROHIBITION AMENDMENT
(21 Virginia, f
(3) Kentucky wet
(4) South Carolina,
(5) North Daknta, (special session)
(6) Msrylnnd (wet),
(7) Montana (special session)
(8) Texas (wet) (special sessiow)
(9) Delaware (wet) (special ses
(10) South Dakota (special ses
sion.) (11) Massachusetts (wet.) I
(12) Arixona (special session) I
(13) ' Georgia. '
(14) Louisiana (wet) (special ses
sion). BOYS AS KITCHEN POLICE.
A boy can help clear away after a
meal, sweep the floor, polish tho stove
or wash the dishes, just aa effectively
lr- . ""
Ho fill love his home more and when
he becomes a man, and has a home)
of hia own, he will respect his wife
sll the more for having been taaght
to respect bis mother and -eist
g 4 Bleached Pepper ell Sheeting
(Limit 10 yard
36 inch Silkolin for Comforts,
81x90 Bleached Sheet
Value X 00. Special.
36 inch Hop Dome tic Value 35c
(Limit 25 yard)
Choice One Lot
ALL WHITE VOILE DRESSES
That formally sold for $15.00 to $25.00. Your
choice of the lot for
Sizes 16 to 42.
NEW DRAFT TO AFFECT
MAJ. RHODES EXPECTS 78.000
WILL PASS PHYSICAL EXAM
INATION FOR THE ARMY.
Lexington, Ky., Aug. 22. The first
call for Kentucky aelectives under
the provisions of the Administration's
man power bill, extending the draft
ages, will be issued probably the lat
ter part of November, Maj. Henry
F. Rhodes, head of the selective ser
vice in Kentucky aald.
If the bill passes, as urged by the
Administration extending the age
from IS to 45 Major Rhodee esti
mates that between 1 10,00? ajid 250,
000 men will be affected in Kentuc
ky. Of this numeb, he said, 75,000
or 80,000 will pass the physical ex
amination and be ready for a call to
With the extension of the draft
ages, he said, there is little proba
bility of deferred classes being call
ed at all. Youth who hsv attain
ed their twenty-first birthday since
June 6 last will be called Into ser
vice of the latter part of September
or the flmt of October.
Ten thousand men qualified for
general military service will be called
the first week in September and there
are enough men in class 1 at present
to fill this rsll.
In addition to this call for regis
trants qualified for general service,
between 1,500 And 2,000 men held
for special or limited service will al
so be railed the latter part of this
month or the first of September.
About half of the number called will
go to Camp Wheeler, Macon, Ga.
Msj. Rhodes ssid lie had Jut re
reived notice thst 3.150,000 forms
had been ahipped him form the War
Department, and these forms must
bo distributed by his office to the va
rious local boards throughout the
Plan for the registration next
month, aa provided by the man-power
bill, are now almost complete
Maj. Rhodes said. Name of all the
registrars in the 120 counties are
now in his hands.
PARIS BACK TO NORMAL.
f (By Associated Press.)
' Paris, Aug. 21. Ths first Salon
to be held since the war ha just
closed it doors, after being open two
months. The. receipt from entries
reached the equivalent of $14,000
and the sum taken In from the sale
of works exhibited waa 935,000. Tho
figure are considered very satisfac
tory as the opening of the exhibi
tion coincided with the commence
ment of the bombardment of the cai
tat by long range guns and with
ths active period of air raids, two
event 'which led to the departure
of many people who would have
visited the show. ,
The exhibition wss held in the
I'rtit in the Clamps Elysees, the
Grand Calais being now a hospital,
snd the two societies, the Artistes
Frsncaia and the Ieau Arts, gener
ally known aa the Old and New Salon
combined their forces Instead of
holding separate exhibitions.
FROM CORP. U it. MARQUESS.
Mrs. M. H. Marque,
I will endeavor to drop you a few
line, to seo how you are, fine and
dandy, I hope.
My wound la getting along Just
fins. I am yet in base hospital No. 19
at Vichy, Franco. Will soon be able
to report for duty. We Inst on of
our lieutenants, and captain and one
getting along just fine.
enant wounded. But they are geting
along just fine.
I gursa Charlie, is spreading some
joy in his new car. I only wish that
I was there to help him out. But
I guesa I will get there some tim and
then I will be some happy kiddo.
Don't you think so?.
We are atill driving these dirty
Bodies hard. I hope we can run
them through Berlin so far that they
will never get back, ha, ha.
. If there U anything I do hat it ia
one of those dirty Germans.
Well mother, I must close. Don't
worry over m for I am getting along
just fine. .
Wasn't hurt bad at first. Answer
when you can, mother, to my old
address. I will get It some time.
I am your loving son,
CORP. L. H. MARQUESS.
Co. I. 167 U. S, Inf..
American Expe. rurce.
Via New York.
A girl loses her self-possession
when she puts on a wedding ring.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
New Fall Outing in Main and Famy Cbecki and Stripes. ?9fi
Box. Cotton Baiting
Special 2 for . .
96 Inch Cotton Chillies, suitable for
36 inch Brown Domestic, Value 80c
e e f . eeeeeeee OUR BOYS. -
' : . ,
Mr. and Mra. John B. Brasher, of
Msdiaonville, were In the cHy Wed
nesday. They came through ia a car.
It. P. Rivea waa in town yesterday
working up hia display for tho Fair
In farm and garden product. He
expert to make somebody get busy
Mrs. Matti Owsley has returned
from a visit to friends In St Louis.
Mia Bell Keata haa accepted a
poxtion in the War Risk Department
at Washington. She ha already left
to take up her dutie.
Mrs. M. H. Hixon. of Cairo, lit.
ia visiting Mrs. II. A. Keach.
Mrs, Paul S. King, of Loighton,
Ala., io visiting Mrs. Fred Hamod.
Mis Jamio Walker has arrived
home from Atlanta, Ga., wher ah
has been teaching In a business coV
Mr. J. II. Dagg haa sold to Mi.
l-e Watkin hi handsome bom on
Ahimnao Avenuo and will gtv pos
session Sept. 1st. Mr. WaUlna will
move from a house on 18th at rest.
Mr. L. K. Wood haa bought tho
new South Msin street homo of Capt.
C. B. Crutchfield, who lately resigned
his place aa aoperintendent of ths
Mogul Wagon Work to enter the"
Mr. Geo. N. Duffer ho bought
from Dr. L A. Tat a desirable lot
and modern cottag newly built a
BUYS MORE LAND.
H. P. Rives ha purchased for Mrs.
E. B. Beard from J. J. Carrott hia
cottag homo of Ned Long Gamett,
situsted S mile south of Psmbrok
on tho Tobacco road, which make a
decided addition to other land ah
own adjoining thereto, about 950
acre in alL
Rij-HiMAnd. Kv.. Af 29..Miaa
hlarriet Newberry McCreary, daught
er of Robert H. McCreary, of Chi
cago, and grand-daughter of former
Gov. Jamea B. McCreary, was mar,
ned yesterday to Jamea Gatowood
Gay, of Lexington, at tho residence
of her grandfather her. '
Comforts Value 35c
Choice One Lot
BOYS' WASH SUITS
Suits in the lot sold as hih as $3.50.
S-ss 3 to 10 Yen.
nv . V
Wanted Some good-boarted per
son, old or young, married or single,
to visit the homo of those who are
sad and lonely, on account of their
boy having gon to the war. Per
son who can sing and play especial
I pity thee of you who have known
tho pleasure of having a big, manly.
Jolty bod com in your homo three
time a day, whistling or dancing,
o 'saatler how tired, how hard the
day' work has been, always some
thing funny to tell, pull your hsir
or pinch you on tho arm or cheek
aa h come through tho kitchen to
so if "you've got anything good to
eat" I say I pity those who have
not had thia pleasure, but as a rec
om pens for not having had this plea
sura you cannot know tho anguish,
tho lonely achipg void In our hearta
aa we gon on day after day, night
after night wondering If our boy
will vr bo at horns again.
Anxiously w watch for tho mail
man every day, antil ths boy writ
a they r packed up ready to leavs
thsv-oawip, but ' are not allowed to
writ any more, then w wait and
wait and wonder bow long it will bo
kef or w got th card saying that
h ka arrived safely ovsrses. But
w mural ahow any of thi anguish
in war facoa, w mast show only
pride, proud that our boy hav been
taken from aa to give their live
for their mothers and listers alone?
No. Indeed for other who aro not
giving a thought to tho sacriflc that
I being mad for them that they
may ft JmVnjojrrng Hf a they hav
arwayjM. ; '
Yo rait lose any tim by mak
ing as a visit Briug your knitting
or your Belgian sewing with yon
Our sowing machine aad knitting
noodle, ar busy sll the time. W
can't atop to ntertain yon, neither
can w fu yon any extra desserts or
good thing' to oat W hav no sug
ar, bat w wiU bo glad to have yea
share ear breakfast of eornmeal pan
cake and Kara syrap and plsnty of
milk and butter and egg if yon liko.
Ya may hav to sacrtfle something
to atak as thi visit, but isn't It a
tea for veryon to sacrifice,
Lieens was iasasd ysstsrdsy for
tho marriage of Mr. C. L. Armstrong
and Mr. Pocahuntaa Hunter. Both
th parties ar free Maaningtoa. The
groom la 94 years of ag "d a car
penter. Th brid hi only 33.
82 Inch Drs Oingh tm, worth to-day
Genuine Amoakeag In Black d Blue, Green and ' 90
u ,. Checks, Special ,,,;03 .
Ladies' Full Fashioned Hosiery, Silk
65c and 76c, Special
mite. Black. Tan and White sud Black Feet
Special 2 pairs for.,
JSy "afc s4 'A "A "V Sax " A
Boston . .
Cincinnati . .
Chicago . . .
New York . .
Aserkn Lee fee;
St. Louis .
For Your J
We have just rece iTtd
30 x 3 1-2
They hare been very herd