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MEETING ENDS Closing Session o( Federation Held at the Wnshlnuton Theater Friday Night Intcrffttliifr Addressee The closing exercises of the Ken tucky Federation of Women's Clubs was held Friday nlfiht at the Wanning ton Opera House following the civic banquet at tho Masonic Temple. Af ter the Invocation by Itcv. J. II. Field ing tho now offlcors were Introduced, followed by tho report of tho Resolu tion Committee. Tho main address cf the evening was made by Mr. Alexander Johnson, who for more than two hours kept the closo attention of tho audience with his address on "Tho Menace of tho Feeble Minded." Mr. Johnson know his subject thoroughly nnd he pre sented It In such a way ns to bring conviction to his hearers l'e Is Held secretary of tho National VsiHiuIpii for Prevention of Feeble Mlndcdnesn nnd his work 1b known Ihrtue'toiit Urn United States. Two short uddreBBca were made on "Tho Need of Woman Httffrnirc " by Itcv. John Ilarbour of this city nnd Mr. Walter T. Millard of Cincinnati. Mr. Mlllnrd In a mnn of culture, ability and power an a speaker nnd for the fow minutes that he spoko ably pre- Rented tho causo of voten far women. His nrguments woro concise, clear and oloan-cut, nnd his handling of the mih Joct kept the nudlonco enthralled, even though the program had been goini; on for about two hours and a half when ho begun. Tho reports of tho various depart ments after tho report of the Klectlon Commltteo on Friday mornlmr were very Interesting, especially ui'l'i trial nnd Child Labor Department by Mrs. I.cwln N. Davis nnd that of Mrn Murray Hubbard. Vlco Campaign Chairman of tho Kentucky Kqual Hlghtn Association and Special Com mltteo from tho Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs to secure from the General Assembly tho Buhml?nlon of a woman Butfrago amondmcnt to th" Stato Convention. Mrs. Hubbard's re port sparkled with personal reminis cences at Frankfort and wnn most In teresting to those Interested In legis lator processes and tho records of leg islators. Tho conferences hold In the after noon In the Third Street M. K. Church wero very Interesting. Reports and discussions of the various departments touched upon wero health, philan thropy, libraries, homo economics, ed ucation and Industrial nnd child labor. The regular afternoon program be gan at 3 o'clock at tho First Presby terian Church with a prayor by Rev. H. B. Wilhoyto. Mrs. A. M. Harrison made a splendid report on tho Social Hygiene Department. Evangelist Hor bert Youell gave an cxcollent short talk on "The Educational Value of Motion Plcturoa." Miss Alice Lloyd Is always interest ing as a speaker. Her address on "Kentucky Laws For tho Suppression of Vlco" showed that sho hul made a careful study of her subject and work ed out In u most Interesting and thoughtful manner. "Contributing Causes of Delinquency Among Wo men" by Mrs. Robert K. Massle was al so ably presented nnd ah a climax to tho two preceding talks, Mrs. MiiHFle gave n well rounded out talk on "Pre vention." The main address of tho afternoon was delivered by Mr. Henry M. John son, president of the Men's Federation of Louisville, his subject being "Co operation." "Without co-operation we can do little or nothing," said Mr. Johnson. It is the main thing in the formation of any smooth-running body. Man could not llvo without co operation. Following a lively discussion by all present the meeting adjourned. HPF.CIAL AXXOUXCEMEXT OF THE YKUELL MEETINGS TEACHERS ELECTED The various meetings to be held In the Growers are as follows: Saturday night Lccturo on Yellow stone, The National Park. Sunday Morning a Big Dlblo School. Sunday Morning Sermon on "Pray ers God Cannot Answer." Men's Meeting at 3:00 subject: "Man With His Hair Cut Short." Sunday Kvenlng's subject: "The Sleeping Dove." naptlsmat Service on Monday at four o'clock. There wero many new persons In at tondanco at tho Ycuell Meetings last night. Though quite a fow of those who havo been regular In tholr attend ance found It uecessnry to accompany their lady guests to tho other service yet tho audlonco was still good sized and inspired Evangelist Herbert Yeuell to do his best. Tho plcturo ho drow of the sufferings of Jesus and of. tho manner In which each tried to blamo tho other for not helping to savo this Prophet of God from death, where no ImprcBBed upon the mind of tho hearers that they cannot bo son for gotten. Following tho service the chorus had a rehearsal preparing for the Bcr vlco tonight and Sunday. It Is ex pected that the largest numbor will be in the chorus on Sunday of any time thus far during tho mooting. Any nlnger who will do so Is asked to en ter this choVus. The doors will open at seven tonight. The plcturo of tho National Park views which will bo shown tonight are all given a natural coloring. The last time Dr. Yeuell vUtted the Yellowstone Park wdb In 1914. Many of the pic tures to be thrown on tho screen were taken by himself, EN FIUNCIIIHKMENT OF WOMEN ritGED At tho closing session of the twenty second annual convention of the Ken tucky Federation of Women's Clubs at the Washington Opera House Friday night, tho following resolution moved by Mrs. Helm llruco of Louisville, and seconded by Mrs. Murray Hubbard was unanimously adopted Rosolvod, that tho Kentucky Fodoratlon of Women's Cluba urge upon tho political parties that they endorse the enfranchisement of woaiva U tbta itt and NVtlonal Convention!. For EiiNtilnfr Yenr nt Regular Monthly Meeting of Hoard of Education Friday Evening. At the regular monthly meeting of the Hoard of Education nt tho High School building Friday night tho fol lowing teachers were elected for tho ensuing year: Grade Tenchors Mrs. Mnry I). Marsh, Mrs. Anna T. Hall, Misses Es telln Noah, Virginia Mne Hurd, Emma Dobold, Minna Gray, Resale Martin. Florence Wilson, Mary R. Lloyd, Hat tie Gray. Ethel Hart, Katlo Mao Ilatmr, Gertrude Ilaugh, Jennie Hart, MoPHrfl. H. C. llarnen nnd W. T. Rcrry. High School Teachers Misses Ho nlna Dlokinnn nnd Florenco Shuw, Messrs. Robert N. Hoelllch. William N. Jonen and C. S. Dale. Music Teacher Mlas Ruth Hurtle rode. Stenoginpher MIhh Kellzabeth Lut troll. Colored Schools Miss Frances Strawder and AIM" Young, Mensrn. A. V. TravlH mid W H. Humphrey, prin cipal. rnHfarn Alfred Hubbard. High Sehool; William O. Outten. First Dis trict; J H. Ingram, Forent nventio; Rest1 Wood, Sixth Ward: Jennie Mc "nnev.ni .Sixth Ward rolornd. The foltrwlng self-explanatory lot- t from MIfs Nell Sutherland, now H-irhpr of history In the High School "'as red nnd accepted: MovrvIIIo. Ky May 17, 191G. Secretary Hoard of Education, Maysvillo, Ky. 'Vnr Mr. Richardson: t herewith tender mv rotdtmntlon of ''i- pofitlnn I am now holding to take Tppt nt the rinse of thn present uchool year. During my seven yearn' stay in Mnynvlllo as n teacher In your high nehool I have received only courteny nnd kindest consideration from the uonrd of I-Mucatlon. I wish to tako thin means of ex presrlne to tho members my sincere appreciation of all thnt they have con tributed towards my pleasnnt years of service bore. Wry truly yours, NELL SUTHERLAND. Mls Sutherland coes to Ashland as h teacher In the public schools of that city nnd It can be truly said that Ash land's gain in Maysvlllc'u loss Prof. W. J. Capllnger continues as superintendent and Prof. G. C Mnnco as principal they having beon elected for a period of more than one year. MIrs Edith Dlcknon was not a can didate for re-election ns a teacher of the dotnentlc science department and no one wan selected to fill her place At a meeting of the bonrd In June nil vacancies will be filled. On motion It was ordered thnt the summer school be continued undpr the tutorage of Prtf. W. T. Ilerry. Portsmouth won Its ninth straight' victory Friday. ! MAYSVILLE MAN Elected OAlccr of Knights Tcmplnr Annual Couclino Comes to Close ut Frankfort. Frankfort. Kv. Mnv 10-.Thn nnnnnl conclavo of the Kentucky Knights Templar camo to a closo with a recep tion and dance last night. Tho Cov ington edelegatlon was happy when It departed for home over thn aolw. tlon of Covington as tho next conven tion city. The following offlcors were elected: A. N, Richardson. Ashland, deoutv grand commander. F. W. Hardwick, Louisville, grand genorollssltno. T. M. Estcs, Lebanon, grand captain general. A, A. HnzelrlEir. Mt. Sterling, urn nrt sonior warden. S. P. llrownlnu. MflVSVllln. ornnrl junior warden. R. C, Stockton. Richmond, crnnd treasurer. A. H. Ilryant. Covinnton. ernml re corder. Miles H. 11. Davis, Paris, grand pre lute. James Keelev. Owenshoro. crniul standard bearer. Oscar H. Mnttmlllor. I.nnlsvltle. rnnd sword bearer. F. J. Mayer. Covinnton. Brand war den. John R. Geomc. Danville, croud can- tnln of tho guard. With Shultz in tho box Cincinnati defeated Ronton 3 to g Friday. H a M STR JLWBERRIE S gj Arc coming In fine now. Let us have your ordor for m the best in this market. Also h The best lot of Vegetables handled by any one in j Maysvillc. 1QZ UT. BBcand St. Fhana 20. S Dinger Bras., HEl'LAKEII INSANE and was declared to be insane. He Albert Simpson, nged 1!) years, was was taken to tho State asylum at Lex- trlcd beforo County Judge W II Rico Ington Friday afternoon by an attend- Frlduy morning on a charge of lunacy Mint from that Institution. m Nothing Nicer far a Graduation Present Than a Band Fountain Pen She Dur Line. All Prices. a u M. F. WILLIAMS DRUG COMPANY 5 Wo make a business or Kodak finish-1 Rev J D. Haggard of Greenup wa;r lug; bring your films to I)e Nuzle. tho guest of Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Liter-' where they get the bent treatment. nl of Wall street Friday. THE HOME DF QUALITY CLOTHES ANNOUNCING OUR DISPLAY OF STRAW HATS, Embracing all the newest shapes. You'll be agreeably surprised at the classy styles that have been created this year. You are sure to find a hat to suit your individual taste. SENNETS AND LEGHORNS GENUINE PANAMAS 3D. KCHJOBiUNTGrElK. &. CO. Splendid Abundance of 10c, 12 l-2c Ginghams Yam-dyed goods, such as these Ginghams, tako more dyes than printed goods, and will be difficult to obtain with the increasing dye scarcity. Plain colors are especially scarce; but there are plenty of these here, as well as stripes, plads, checks and madras shirting styles for men's shirts. If you realized market oonditions in ginghams, you would wonder at such a large assortment and at such little prices. The Gotham Girdle Is a radical departure from the conventional corset. It is the most perfect abdominal support made. Physicians recommend it as a CURE for some digestive troubles. It is especially adapted for slender figures and for women who indulge in any athletic sport. $1.50, $2.00 and 2.50, according to length. Fit tings carefully given. An ideal corset-girdle for summer wear. Our Suit Offering Serge, poplin and gaberdine. Black and colors, with an ample supply of the popular navy. $1 1.25 to $26.25 for suits worth twenty-five per cent more. Isn't that a statement to arouse your interest? 1858 UN 1 ieie NOTICE, SUFFRAGISTS! son !crd or who beliorea in Woman Suf-' calls you together can bo transacted I trace Is urccd to be at the Public LI- nnd you can bo back homo by 2:00 Every woman In Maysvillo and Ma-lbrary today at 1 o'clock sharp. You o'clock. Anything you may be doing n county who has signed a Suffrage I will not be detained. Tho business that 'can wait ono hour. This duty can not wait. After today will bo too late. Tho work can not bo effectively done by two or three. Tho assistance of all Is needed. . I Today Is The Day To Buy A Ladies Suit At A REDUCED PRICE We Still Have a Complete Assortment In Sizes and Colors We have just received Dresses that are real prices are moderate. some New Summer attractive though the - ! It. '