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See DtfnKer Smugglers See Woman's Fight See the Fall Down the Mountain no lira aic, m Latest; It is a Scream; in a Four-Reel Act, Matinee 3 O'clock; Evening 7, 8 anil 0 O'clock, , , ADMISSION 10c mm Washington Opera House, . m-t I i.i. iii iii iW i -r 1 V ). 185' COURT-MARTIAL THIAli ORDERED FOR 110 GUARDSMEN OF TEXAS Washington--Ono hundred nnd six teen Texas mlllamoii who havo failed to respond to the call for service on the Mexican bordur will bo Court nmrtlnled by President Wilson. They will bo subject to lines or Imprison ment, as the Court mny direct, with the approval of tho President. Secretary Baker announced that the guardsmen will bo tried promptly un dor tho Dick law, reversing n previous decision to delay nctlon la order to deal with the caBes under the new Hay-Chambcrlnin army reorganization bill. The President himself will ap point tho Court-mnrtlalcd, find Major General Funston lias been Instructed to. recommend Its members, a majority of' whom must bo ofllcers of the Texas National Guard. So far no steps have been tvken to ward presenting New Mexico and Ari zona guardsmen, who, like tho Texans, have failed to "present themselves for muster." A furthor report from Gen eral Funston regarding them Is awlt ed. Secretary Baker tonight issued the following statement explaining tho ac tion of the War Department: "Tho Dick bill provides as an offense tho failure on tho part of men of the national guard to present themselves for muster when called upon by the President to do so. Ono hundred and sixteen members of the Texas Nation al Guard nro reported to havo failed bo to present themselves. Under the Dick bill thoy would bo guilty of fail ure to present themselves for muBter. THE Sl'lUN'GTIME MIRACLE (Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph) A few miles out from tho heart of tho bustling city thero Is rovolatlon of tho glory of springtime. Tho long gaunt branches of trees are covered with leaves and blossoms; the long brown meadows are carpeted with liv ing green; violets, forget-me-nots, dan delions and othor wild flowers are lift ing up their faces to the sun and the birds aro whistling to their mates. It Is tho miracle of springtime, and the city dweller who goes out and scsa and hears is thrilled by the beauty and the glory spread beforo him. How can "the folo who hath said In his heart there 1b no God" make such uttcranco when this miracle Is unfold ed? How can ho reconcile his unDellef with tho boundless ovldonco of omni potent design? How can ho explain the diversity of colors and hues of the flowers and of the fruit blossoms, all drawing their nourishment from a common soil? And tho grass, from which come fedder, milk butter, cheese and meat and without which the world would starve to death, how wonderful It is! How wonderful that springtime. without any care on tho part of man, and has done so since the beginning of time! And how foolish was the little butterfly that fluttered away from all this beauty and glory and wandered about the city searching for flowers. MAYSVILLE'S Fifth iRedpath JUNE 29th Reserve the Dates. f.-r THE UNIVERSAL CAR "fci," II Tlu Funl St (luu mndc nnd nolil every day of the 1 1 HI ) your. A woman's car in all details i cozy, refilled 1 1 HI stiiuit, ensy to drive, easy to care for. The cou- 1 1 HI veniencc of an eleotric'ear with sturdy endurance I HI and Ford economy. Tho price of the Sedan is II K, .740 i Coupi-M 500 ; llmmlmtit iii Touring Cat 1 JP HI fill); Town Cnr il(. I". o. h. Detroit. On sale at Bfr I Central v.arage Co. " 1 t AH, AGAIN! LANSING SOON TO HETIHE Washington Reports of a breach between Secretary of State Lansing nnd President Wilson and tho posslblo retirement of Mr. Lansing from the Cabinet were current recently. Toe g. HsIp was to the i partmcnt, soon will become Secretary. It. Polk, counsellor for tho Btate De Tho latest talk about a split be- tweon tho two officials Is virtually a renewal of tho rumor which waB.rife when Mr. Lansing went to Ashvllle, N. C, on a shoro vacation about two months ngo. It is no scccrt among those on the Inside of Administration matters that there has been a lack of harmony In the views of tho President and Secre tary Lansing on sevorul issues. Ono complaint Mr. Lansing Is re ported to havo Is that tho President has acted too lndepncdcntly in a num ber of Instances and has not confided In hi in to the exent that he bolicvcd his position as Premier called for. Mr. Lansing has been Indisposed for nearly a week, and has not been at the State Department. During his absence Mr. Polk has acted as Secretory of State. FOK "BETTER BABIES" IN KOREA, TOO. "Wo havo Just closed our baby show at Songdo," writes a missionary in Korea. "In more ways than one, it was a howling success. Each mother was nervously eager to have her 'best ever baby come up to tho required standard. "Forty-six little ones competing were classified according to age In six divisions and sub-classified according to sex, weight, height, chest and other measurements. "In each section appeared a big pos ter giving detailed Information as to the points Included in tho scientific care of infants. Tho doctors patiently explained these points to a group of enthusiastic mothers, stressing tho most common deficiencies and suggest ing their remedy. "Critical Judges carefully examined each child nnd decided as to the win ner, and the mother of tho 'banner' baby was warmly congratulated." "WOMEN WHO DISREGARD HEALTH If a woman disregards her health BI1U It DUtU IU JJCUUH in ter years. Incessant work and worry 1 I .. V. nAnn4,, In 1n- unfit a woman as a helpmate and mother and bring on aliments which drag her to despair. The real help for all such ailments Is Lydia R. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, na ture's ideal assistant to build up and strengthen the female organism and throw off disease, ns proved by the letters from women continually being published In these columns. It's easy for u young man to paddle his own canoe If his father will pro- vido the canoe and paddle. Chautauqua - JULY 6th A GREAT ENTERPRISE IN POR TUGUESE EAST AFRICA An editorial In tho "Guardian," a secular popor published in Portuguese East Africa, pays tho following high trlbuto to Methodist missions in that soctlon: "Tho Methodist Episcopal Mission cptttomlzea Its work as the training or heart, head and hand. Tho districts under consideration have eleven mis sionaries, seventy out-stations, seventy-one nntlvo pastor-preachers, 7,805 mombers nnd adherents, three training and thirty-nine elementary day schools with 1,883 pupils, sixty-eight Sunday Schools with 2,270 scholars, in addi tion, the mission has $30,000 worth'of property, which Includes a printing press, a saw mill with hydraulic tur bine, and a farm of a thousand acres worked with oxen and modern ma chinery. Fields of waving corn nppoas to tho natives far superior to the. weeds that formerly passed ns har vests. These farms are often called 'Gardens of the Gods.' "But tho work docs not stop here. There Is a printing record of a million pamphlets a year In from four to sev en languages. Tho girls are taught laundering, sewing, needlework, Iiouri keeping and simple rules of hygiene. "This mission work is bound to make Its mark on the native or tomor row. It seems rcmarkabto that so much could bo accomplished in what was untouched territory twenty-flve years ago." BAPTISTS IX A ROW ON' DIVORCE QUESTION Minneapolis, Minn. Tho Northern Baptist Convention today adopted a resolution calling for tho remodeling of the divorce laws, condemnation of the divorce evil and disapproving of ministers who married persons whose divorces were "not on grounds recog nized by churches." The debate was marked by acrimonious speeches. "I don't believe this convention should dictate to tho ministers," said Dr. John A. Rarle, President of Des Moines College of Des Moines, la. "There arc many just causes for di vorce. I will tell this convention that If my daughter should marry a drunk ard I would holp her get a divorce" and drunkenness Is not recognized by tho Scriptures as a Just causa. Such n resolution Is not according to Baptist domocracy." "Some one here has quoted the phrase, 'What God hath Joined to gether,' " said Rev. P. ft. Margetts of Spokane, Wash. "I want to say that I believe God has nothing to do with a largo percentage of marriages; es pecially those that lead to marriages for title, nor marriages for money. We are beginning at the wrong place to correct this evil. We should work for stricter marriage laws and more thought by marrying couples." The convention adjo'urncd. THE HEAL YELLOW PERIL J. Campbell White, President of Wooster College, Ohio, delivered a no 'table address at the National Mission ary Congress at Washington a few days ago In which he said: "We aro spending in this country f21.C0 per aplta per year on liquor, $10.91 on tobacco, $ 10,00 on amuse ments, and a llko sum on churches. But of the 110.00 we aro giving to churches, only 2.00 are for missions nnd benevolence, and of this only 70 rents go abroad. "The mllllonarlea could easily fl nance the missionary enterprise it they would. But the poor people can finance It. If 20,000,000 church mem bers should give 5 cents a week per member In addition to what Is now being given, wo should have IG0.O00, 000 a year. Cau they do It! Let the rowd at the moving pictures answer. We could get this fifty millions a year If ten million people gave 10 cents a week, or four million 25 cents a week, or one million one dollar a week. We shall have to give this money In order to save ourselves. Unless there be some bucu outlet for our prosperity our nation will be paean some day." CHEATING THE WORLD ANEW God in ways past human under standing Is shaping the world anew. Ills Judgment arc abroad In the earth. Ills servants can only bow heir beads and wait for Him to show them bow Ho would have them set to work to repair the evil and ruin whtcb human sin baa wrought. It Is certain hot In His heart there are purposes of healing and revival exceeding men's highest hopes. International Ilevlew of Missions. DISCUSS PRESS CENSORSHIP Berlin, May 25 The Reichstag de voted this afternoon to a discussion of tho press consorshlp and othor tea ures of materia) taw which aro caus ing dlseatleficatloD. Soveral speakers xwiplalned thatvthe censorship, has irown worse rather than better stuco the last dlsflusW la the RelcYntej. NEW YORK STATE AND THE AMER ICANIZATION PROBLEM Americanization Is a live issuo In many States, New York nppreclatea Its significance and has already lakoii steps on a State basis to Americanize the alien. In 1910 there were G97.OO0 forclgu-burn whites unablo to speak English lu that commonwealth, and 862,000 who could not read or wrlto lu any language. Tho Now York Stuto Department of Education has begun tho first State wldo campaign to abolish these disabil ities. Its program covered the follow ing procedure: (a) a careful survey of tho Immigrant education situation; .(b) establishment of training courses to prepare teachers for the Instruction of fcorlgners; (c) adoption of stan dards of eindencj In public-evening school work for adult immigrants; (d) cooperutlon with Btate and Federal agoncles; und (e) publication of State bulletins. As u preliminary, personal investi gations and Intcnstvo study of certain communities disclosed "dark spots" of Illiteracy and "light spots" in tho large industrial centers where efforts were under way to teach tho foreigner Eng lish and give him some contact with American standards and Ideals. A teachers' training institute for the prepaiutlou of teachers of foreigners a as organized at Albany in tho fall of 1915. It was so successful that it was of the New York State College for Teachers. Similar Institutes aro plan nod for Syracuse und New York City, while training clashes are in operation ut DulTulo and Rochester, partly as n result of State encouragement. Cooperation with govenmcntal and private agencies Interested lu educat ing and Amerlcanfclug the alion is nl leady un entiibllslied fact. A statement Issued by the New York Stato Depart ment of Education shows that the Bu reau of Education of the Department of the Interior, the Bureaus of Immi gration and Naturalization of the De partment of Labor, and tho National Americanization Committee of New York City are among those whose ser vices nnd material have been utilized. Speakers for institutes havo been fur nished by some of these cooperating agencies. Two publications have already been Issued by New York Stuto a Citizen ship Syllabus, and the Rochester Plan of Iinmigraut Education several thou sand of the former buying been widely distributed. In view of the ebb and flow of the immigrant tide, as far ns Individual communities are concerned for this foreign population largely follows tho economic demands of the hour Now York Is properly approaching this problem from the State point of viow. It Is hardly Just to throw upon, the community the cntlro burden of caring for this fluctuating nllen group. The Empire State Is thus betting an ex ample which other of tho so-called Im migration States might well follow. CAN ANY AMERICAN STUDENT HEAT THIS RECORD? Frank Ling, Ph. D., a former stu dent at our William Nast Collego, Kluklang, Central China, is now a member of that institution's factulty, Coming to America ho took a post graduate course at Syracuse, later ob taining his doctor's degree at Iowa Weeleyan University.--Dr. Ling is a specialist In normal training, and ex,- pects to work out a practical plan for fitting a corps of strong Christian young men to teach In the day schools of Central China. U. 8. HAS GIVEN ONLY ONE DAY'S PROFITS TO WAR SUFFERERS Dr. Charles S. MucFarlund, General Secretary of the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ la America, which sent out the appeal mentioned abovo, states that tho estimated in crease lu the wealth of tho United States Is 122,000,000 a day at the present tnorneut probably creator and that our total gifts to Europo for the whole period of the war therefore amount to onty about ouo day's prof its. 8CUMAIUNES BUSY AGAIN London, Reports received here by shipping companies indicate that sub marines have been busy recently lu the Mediterranean, where a considerable number of ships, both belligerent and neutral, have been sunk. With the ex ception of two cases, according to the reports, the attacking submarine dis played at the time a largo Austrian flat TO REJECT BELIEF PLAN The Hague, May 25 It is declared here on Information from authoratlve Qorraan sources that thero Is not the slightest chtnee that Germauy will accept bv British stipulations regard- inn the plan to feed the clvllUo popu lation, of 1'olspd thrdDh a-Amerk:n COIJbIIO&. k COMMUNITY CENTER SONGS FIvo community center songs, espe cially designed for schoolhouso com munity forums, have been brought to gether for tho use of tho Grover Cleve land Forum of Washington, D. C of which Miss Margaret Wilson Is honor ary president, and copies may bo ob tained from the Commissioner of Ed ucation, Department of the Interior, Washington, D C. Two of the songs are entirely new, having Just mado their bow to tho public at the Orovcr Cleveland forum. One Is called "It's a Short Way to the Schoolhouse," and Is sung to the air of Tipperary; the other, entitled "Neighborhood," Is sung to the air of Dlo Wacht am lUicln. Tho others arc: "Tho Fel lowship of Folks" a Hong at Neigh borhood, sung to the nlr of "Drink to me Only with Thlno Eyes" or "Auld Lang Syne"; "Heart nnd Hand" and This Good Common Ground." These songs all emphasize tho sig nificance of the schoolhouse as the common meeting placo. In tho words of ono of them: "We'll strlko that fine old chord again A song of Neighbor hood." All five songs were written by E. J. Ward, specialist In Community Organ ization of the Bureau of Induration. They are unusually well adapted to the communal singing that has be come so popular a feature of the neighborhood meetings In tho school house. It was with regard to this communal Hinging that Dr. Samuel McChord Crothers, at a general neigh borhood gathering In a schoolhouse community center, said: "You have found a substitute for vnr. The military fellows say that it takes a wnr to mako people really feel together to know a common Interest, to own u common country. "And how do they prove it? "They tell us that from '61 to ,6!j we were a singing nation; and that's true. Those wero the days we learn- cd 'Tenting Tonight', 'Mine Eyes Have Seen tho Glory.' 'Maryland, My Mary- lond,' 'Tramp, Tramp, Tramp,' "wnen Johnnie Comes Marching Home. We learned them then and we sang then. Since then we've Just been 'farming over' the words. I was a boy In those days. I heard it, and I never expect- ed to hear that note again.- "But I have heard It again. I novo wounded soldiers or wounded civil hoard It here tonight.-" You san; lu 'ians. They use large pieces of Iron thnt spirit. or lead as bullets, which made fright- "What does It mean! ful woundB. Three of their victims "It means that down underneath you nro now in the hospital. Two required have been gripped by that same throb-) bins common reality not limited by any fear or hoto this time. You know a common Interest. You know a com mon country. You've proved It for you've sung In that spirit." DO YOU KNOW WHAT Llfo is u constant struggle against death! Dirty refrigerators .may make sick ness! The V. S. Public Health Service is sues freo bulletins on rural sanitation? The defective citizen of today Is oft times tho unhealthy child of yester day! Every man Is tbo architect of his own health! Its tho baby that lives that counts? Tuberculosis Is contagious, prevent able, curable? Tho full dinner pall the open win dowthe clean well make for health? .ltlSTIIUIIIHT Jtliua Armb AFTER TWENTY YEARS Twenty years ago Ulshop Joseph C. Martfe.l took charge of the African mission or me uetnoaisi r.pi8coiui Church. In presenting his report to the General Conference In Saratoga a fe wdays ago. he compared tho condl- ,, . .. . . ,. uou i iuo ur .u. u. " was twenty years ago. Then thero were twelve missionaries engaged in the work; now there are nlnety-flvo Then there were ninety-five native preachers and teachers; now there are over 400. Forty-five Sunday Schools, with 3.000 members, have grown to 271 Sunday Schools, with 14,709 mem bers. 1 The Church membership, which was then 4,000, Is now more than 14,- 000. 93-500 A WEEK A Washington woman stopped nev er.! weeks at "The Breakers," Palm Beach, Fla. The bill for bersetf and her companion Is said to have been 10,500 a week. When she was leav ing her only remark was that slut had been treated fairly well. The salaries of the ministers of all the churches there will not total 3,600 for the year. There la no harm 1 na man's being In advance of his age, provided be has eouh to py for hie fd until hi 4K c-tc-M up vrtik MAMMOTH CAVE PROM MAYSVILLE JUNE 15th $12.15 For An All-Expense Three-Days Trip Railroad fan- .1i.".G5. Hoard nnd Cave Fee $0.50. Hound trip tickets on sale for morning trains. Band Concert on Echo Ifiver, Orchestra and protnenndc 7:00 to 12 p. in. See h. & N. Agent. Lime, Plaster and Cement J. C. USE OF BARBED WIRE (Springfield Union) Some Idea of tho extensive use of barbed wire for trench entanglements may be gained from the fact that the shipments of wlro from the United States to tho Allies now average more than a million pounds a month, and the total export of barbed wire since last July amount to mora than seven million pounds. The barbed wire shipped direct to England and from thero transshipped to Franco and Italy. This wire Is woven In compli cated masses In front of tho trenches and has to be replaced when it is de stroyed by artillery Are, which fre quently happens. Of late the Allies have been ordering considerable quan tities of an extra heavy wire, with es pecially large barbed wire, with the barbed wire entanglements, but very little of it Is of American manufac- ture, although an occasional 'shlpmont ia Bam to find Its way Into Germany. , ituuucun aurriji morx.ii WITH PATIENTS Mrs. U. C. Patterson, writing of tho Southern Precbyterian Hospital at Sutsicn, China, says: "Robbers supply the hospitals with muny of Its surgical cases, either as amputations and the third has a largo holo through his thigh, causing him considerable agony, "Dr. Bradley has hoped In vain for a trained nurse, so he is training his own now. Ho has a class of six Chris tian young men studying nursing that give promise of great usefulness." INTENDED BRITISH MISSIONAR IES IN GERMAN EAST AFRICA After a most anxious period of bus flenses, extending over twelve months, uows has reached the headquarters of the Universities' Mission to Central Africa of the safety of the forty-two missionaries Interned In German East Africa. Names of all places wero cen sored, oven postmarks obliterated.' One of the missionaries (Archdeacon Hallett) writes that they have all been lodged In military prisons. "We are, on the whole, well treated and content, but, of course, our hearts are very sad and anxious as we are allowed to rccolvo only fragments of news." NOTICE TO DISSOLUTION OF E. A. ROBINSON Si CO, INC. Notice is hereby given that at a meet lng of the Stockholders of E. A. Robin- nnn A I t Tun n KApnnm mn nrnn f Ail and organized under the laws of the Stato of West Virginia, held at its of- decs in Mason county, Kentucky, on the Cth day of May, 1916, at 2 o'clock iffln & - , corooratlon created and organized under the laws of tho State .or. west Virginia, aoes nereuy uiscon- tlnue b,U8'"eSB ?? ? corporation, ) 'surrenders to said state Its charter and co-porato franchises That the method of winding up said ' ,1 n 1 I I. 1 . nUnMt..1.. Ia tui iiui uui uuuii ua tun uuDuimuiy iu the discretion of its dlroctors, who will proceed to convert the property, choses In action and all assets of this corpor atlon Into cash and pay off and dls chargo all Its debts, liabilities and ob ligations. Including the cost of dlssolu tlon, and after fully discharging all fluoh debts, liabilities and obligations divide the remainder among the stock' holders pro rata with their soveral holdings of stock, but no such payment shall be made to any stockholder until after the publication of the notice here In after provided. Resolved second, That the President of this corporation cause notice of the adoption of the foregoing resolution to be published In some newspaper of general circulation published near tho principal office of this corporation in Mason county, Kentucky, once a week for at least four successive weeks, and that he certify these resolutions to the secretary of state of the State of West Virginia, and deliver to him a certifi cate showing tho publication of said notice, as provided by law. Given under my baud tins stu nay or May, 1916, hi. A. HUUIN-UN, President of sold Corporation. Br order of the "Board of Directors, AUeet; EVERETT & CO. 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