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MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1010.
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Held Urnlur Monthly MccHni? at t'ln
rlntiiill Sunday Clinnpo In Sched
ule May Me .Made.
' The Director of tho Ohio Stntc
League hold their roRiilnr monthly
mwtltiK nt tho Ilnvlln Hotel yestor
tny. Matters portnlnliiB to tno gcn
ornl welfare of tho lcaguo wore dis
cussed nnil n couple of protested games
disposed of. Tho lonKiio schedulo pro
vides for two sensoiiH. Tho first one
will close on July 0. OwIiir to tho
mileage. It Is posslblo -that n slight
allonge In tho Bcedulo mny bo made
for tlie second season In order to save
some of tho clubs some mileage that
mny bo omitted by the transfer of n
few gnmes. It was also decided to
transfer Hie lluntlimton-Clinrloston
series of next week, scheduled to he
played at Huntington, to Charleston,
on account of the mobilization of the
stnto troops at that point, In order to
give the soldier hoys nn opportunity
of witnessing some of tho games be
fore breaking camp. Tho following
woic present: C. L. Harrctt, of
Charleston; I'hll C. .Tacks, of Huntlng-
OUR LINE OF
Varnish, Wood Fillers, Etc.,
Arc the Best Obtainable and Guaranteed.
Ready Mixed House Paint $1.40
Gallon
AT
Hendrickson's
Wall Paper Rugs
Harbeson Garage
Will Put Your Car in
Goocl Order For
Spring
Parts and Sup
plies Gars For Hire
BETTER HAY
Growing hay for market is becoming one
of the leading features in farming in many
sections of the United States. Like growing
grain and raising livestock, the hay industry
requires speciHc knowledge and the RIGHT
kind of machinery. We can't supplv the
knowledge, but wo CAN soli you the
kind of Machinery, and we waut you not to
think of buying a
Mower, Rake or
Baler
until you have talked it over with us.
MIKE BROWN
"The Square Deal Man"
ALUMINUM WARE
On aocqtiiit of tho very high price at pmout, we have limited tie
jiremiuina to tlti. various pieces wo liavo iu stock.
Ye W recoPviiitf tho very nicest strawberries oomiuff to town.
I lMf,! . L mmu T
'DEUEL Si CONKAD.
inn- v N. (Inblomnn. of Portsmouth;
Hiissoll of MnysvHIo; C, W. Hay,
of Frankfort; Hognn Ynncoy of Lex
ington and Joo P. Cnrr of Columbus.
.Monday's Cincinnati Knqnlror.
COMPANY K OF ASHLAND PASSES
K. Second Iloglmont of
Ashland passed through thin city Mon
.i ,firi.nnn nn rnnin in Fort Thomas
1H. t . . . V 1
Ky. Owing to tho wreck at Hooky
Springs thoy woro dolaycd in tins cuy
some time.
HOOSTEHS' DAY
Timraiinv will bo Hooatcrs' Day for
tlurlev Cubs. A largo crowd
oiimiiii tin nn band to sumiOrt tho locnl
itenm, as there Is some possibility of
loa tic tho francblse. tickois arc to
be sold for one dollar.
win. in: ui'iur.D hehe
Tin. rmmilnu nf Mr. Clltit Drowning,
! tt l. . .Hail nt i.fnll llnntiltnl In Clncln-
' notl Monday, will arrive hero this after
noon nt 1MU and will be taKcn uireci
I to tho cemetery for Interment. The
, services at the grave will bo conducted
by Dr. John Harbour.
Mrs. C. H. Power of Chlcngo Is visit
ing her mother nnd sister In this city.
OODA2YEAR
AKRON.OMO
Fortified Tires
FORTIFIED AGAINST
Rlm-CuU by tho No-Klm-Cut feature.
Slowouu by the "On-Air" cure.
LooTrd hv many rubber rivet.
Insecurity by llG brnklcit pinna wires.
Punclurei and Skidding- by t.iu double
thick AU-Weatlier tread
right
PHONE
MEXICAN SITUATION
BEYOND MEDIATION
L.WSIXH TKIiLS LATIN AMKHK A
llll'MIMATS -JIKIIIATOH IM.ES
XOTHKTTO I'OIXTOFKOlt.
M AIi I'UOI'OSAL.
Hciily of Cnrrnnaiii to Xolo UchihiiiIIiik
Hclrnso of I'rlsonrrii TiiKon nt Car
rlal A milted Uxpconli Kstl.
ninlfs do Hefiiro t'omtrcsx
I'rosldent Wllnon llx.
presses Aiiprrrlnlloii
of I'alrlolle
Men.
Washington, Juno 20 BfTorts to
ward Katln-American mediation In tho
Mexican crisis favored by Carranzn of
llelnls, collaiised today without havliiK
reached tho stogo of n formal proposal
of the United States.
It wan made plain by Secretary
I-ansliiK to iKiiado Cahleroti, Minister
of Ilollvla, who called with tho Inten
tion of asking whether the I'nlted
States would entertain an offer of ser
vices of Its southern neighbors to aid
In avoldlnK war, that the Washington
Government bccs nothing in tlie situa
Hon that would warrant arbitration
iirnccedlncs.
Mr. Lansing talked with tho Minister
for half an hour, nnd Is understood to
have told him that the blame ir the
crave outlook rested squarely upon
Gcnernl Carranza. The attitude of the
United Stntes was so fulty outlined that
Mr. Cahleron did not mention directly
tho original purpose of his visit.
House Adds In Army 1IIII
The House passed the annual army
aimroprlatlon bill after adding $20
000,000 for emergency purposes dur
ing the brief debate that preceded the
vote. An urgent deficiency bill enr
rylng $2.ri,000.000 for National Ounrd
pay, equipment and transportation was
framed In the committee for presenta
tlou to tho House tomorrow.
Railroad representatives were called
into consultation at the War Depart
ment to hasten tho shipment of troops
and supplies to tho border. A definite
plan was mapped out under which
Untile experts of nil lines will work
with army quartermasters in routing
trains. Special marks will distinguish
cars with army supplies, insuring them
right of way nt all switching points
Plans for military censorship over
newspapers, magazines and other pub
Mentions, as well as over lines of conv
miinlcntlou, were talked over. A reso.
lutlon conferring broad powers In this
regard upon the President was trained
for submission to Coniiress.
Draft Resolution Passed
In the Senate tho National Guard
draft resolution was passed, with
amendments which will necessitate Ita
return to the House and possibly a
conference before Its final approval.
Army officials wait with impatteiico
the authority It grants to consolidate
incompete units of tho National Guard
They estimate that when tho regiment3
reach the border under tho now orders,
some companies will be promptly de.
pleted by the men discovered to be
physically unfit on final examination
If thoy can comblno these incomplete
units for immediate servlco ainl all
now companies as recruits are sent
South, there will be little delay In
getting all available men Into nctlve
service.
Indications tonight -were that 10.000
men ndditlounl might reach tho border
this week. In two weeks probably
50,000 could bo transported South and
within three weeks tho whole force
summoned under President Wilsons
call might bo moved.
President Expresses Appreciation
President Wilson expressed to call
ers today his appreciation of the an
nouuccnient of business houses thru
out the country that their- employes
would be permitted to serve with the
Vatlonnl Guard without loss of salar
ies or positions. Several employers
hnve sent such nniioiinconients direct
to tho White House nnd tho President
has written thanking them.
ItKAl Til TJ, HKCIJI'TIOX
Miss Evelyn Smith entortalnea with
a reception at llcechwood Park Mon
day afternoon from three to flvo o'clock
In honor of Misses Mary Loulso Euan
of Covington, Martha Helcher of Har-
rodsburg, Frances Garnett of Louis
ville; and Itntli Unrnlilll of Madison-
vlllo. Tho auditorium was decorated
with flags and bunting. Miss Llda
Ilerry and Mr. Robert Straus furnish
ed tho music for tho afternoon. The
reception closed with a dance.
l'ASSKXdKK TRAIN WRKCKIIII
V. V. V. No. 3 on tho C. & O, was de
layed over flvo hours Monday after
noon on account of tho derailment of
the engine and eight coaches nt Hurri
cane, W. Va. Tho derailment waB
canned by nn unequal expansion of the
rails. No ono was hurt In tho accident
1'ho train ran in two sections, tho
first from Huntington arriving hero at
3:30 and the second, or regular train,
arriving at 8:45, (Ivo hours and fifteen
mlnutos Into.
M ItS. DAISY HOWARD DIMD
Mrs. Daisy Howard died at her
homo In Ilrown county Sundny after
noon nftor u long Illness. Mrs. Howard
was well known In this elty having
vUlted horo several tlnios. Tho fun
eral will bo held this afternoon. Ilurlal
at Hammersvlllo.
a hth'uis of ixcoim'ohatiox
fii,i:i
Seorotnry of State JuiutM Iewls hau
approved the nrtlolee of Incorporation
of K. A. Robinson & Co., of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Jumo Grant rcturnoil
to tholr home In Detroit. Mloli.. this
morning after a visit with hor par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Pearl lllythe, of
West Booond street
Mr. John Walsh of Kant Third sired
spent tho day Monday In Kpworth.
Mr. Thotnus I., Ewuu was a biminen
Fletuluuiburg Monday.
111(1 FIIFKIIIT WRFCK
West bound freight No. 0B on tho O.
& 0. wnV wrecked Vit Rock Spring, Ky.,
near Wellsbnrg Monday afternoon
Hbout ono o'clock. Ten cars woro de
railed nnd bath main lines woro block
ed for over three hours. No. 1C, tho
steotnmodntlou which nrrlveH nt 5:30
camo In nt 8:30. Col. Ike MoAlllstor,
ono of our well known colored men,
was In tho' wreck. Iko was cut up
considerable but hn, was not sorlously
Injured. The cnuso of the wreck I
not fully known but It Is thought thnt
the trnok buckled.
Mr. James Ross and Mr. Foster Har
bour, Jr., of this city nro camping nt
Cnmp Hoone, Valley View, Ky nenr
Dnnvlllo.
BULL MOOSERS
BACK HUGHES
Art Ion Taken hy Xatliuiiil Committer
Following Ad loo of Rooseiell
llailleals I'lglit Moe Insist
on Open Session and Win "
fter Mnny Memhrrs
Holt .Heeling.
Chicago, Juno 2fi Hy n vote of 32 to
6, with nine members declining to
vote, the National Committee of tin
Progressive party today endorsed
Charles E. Hughes for President and
tho Hull Moose party practically went
out of existence ns a national politi
cal organization.
Tho decision to endorse tho Repub
lican candidate came at tlie end of a
stormy day. Tho fight In tho com
mltteo for Hughes' endorsement was
led by Charles W. Perkins, of New
York; James R. Gnrflold, of Ohio, and
Chester II. Powell of Cnlofornla.
The radical element In tho commit
tee, represented by Matthew Hale, of
New York; Henry F. Cochems, of Wis
consin, nnd John M. Parker of Louis
latin, vigorously protested against the
endorsement of nny candidate for
President and fought the majority nt
eery step of the proceedings. The
minority's first move was to insist
on an open session of the committee,
and It won this point after a number
of committeemen, led by Joint M
Parker, bolted tho meeting.
After Oscar King Davis, secretary
of the comuilttoo, had read Colonel
Theodore Roosevelt's letter finally de
clining the Progressive nomination for
President and urging that Mr. Hughes
bo supported by members of tho Pro
gressive party In order to dofea'
President Wilson, the committee voted
to accept Colonel Roosevelt's declina
tion, and took a recess for luncheon.
At the beginning of tho afternoon
session. Chairman Matthew Hale, of
Massachusetts, ruled the next order
of business was to fill the vacancy on
tho ticket caused by the refusal of
Colonel Roosevelt to run. Hnlnbrldgc
ft X
IT A
Saving die double purpose of liust confiner and corset cover, tin- brrtssiore of todny is a necessity more tlinu ever.
They give the figure the desirable .smooth contour above the waistline, while pretty laees, edgings and embroideries add
the touch of daintiness so desired in a garment of this character.
This season's reptesuntalioii is complete and the exceptional range of models nt popular prices offers the opportunity for
making a most dcsirahlo selection.
LINGERIE BLOUSES $125
.Made of the cool white voil and organdy everybody wants. Trimmed with lace or embroidery.
These new waists cannot be duplicated in MnysvUIo at this or any other price.
Wo ourselves have only this one lot to offer at $1.25.
Good blouses also for $1.00 and exceptionally pretty models for $2.00.
1852
Mr nnd Mrs. John Hradford audi
daughter of Houston, Texas, arrived
Monday on a visit with relatives and
frinn.iB iii ihlseltv.
Are You Prepared For
the Chautauqua?
You surely can enjoy the lectures, the music, etc., more if you
are comfortably dressed.
It is hard to beat a white wash skirt and a cool, low neck shirt
waist. We have a nice assortment of both.
Come in and see the new white oxfords that have arrived.
Colby, of New York, presented the
name of Victor Murdoek, of Kansas,
ohnlrmnn of the eonimltteo, now on
his way to Chltin. This led to a clash
between Rnyn'ond Robins of Illinois,
and Mr. Colby In which the He wns
passed. Mr. Robins snld Murdoek had
teld him he would not accept the
Presidential nomination. The propo
sltlon to run a third party ticket was
then defeated nftor a spirited debnte
by a vote of 31 to 1!!.
James R. Garfield next Introduced a
resolution endorsing Hughes for Pres
ident nnd directing the executive- com
mittee of the Progressive party to co
operate with tho Republicans In the
campaign.
Henry F. Cochems. of Wisconsin,
contended the committee had not au
thority to endorse any candidate and
that Its power was limited to the fill
ing of tho vacancy on tho ticket caused
by the refusal or Colonel Roosevelt to
run.
Chairman Hnlo ruled that tho mo
tion to cmlorso or recommend the Re
. publican candldnto for President wns
out of order and n debate of several
hours ensued.
Finnlly James R. Garfield appealed
from tho decision of tho chnlr and was
sustained 33 to 14. During the dis
cussion Raymond Robins Indicated he
would support President Wilson If the
Progressives did not put a ticket In the
Held.
John M. J'arkor made n fiery pro
test against any endorsement. He In
tlinnted he might vote for President
Wilson.
After endorsing Mr. Hughes the
committee unanimously decided that
tho action should not bo binding on
auv individual.
"The Home of QUALITY Clothes"
The Poet Has Said:
"Oh, what Is so rare ns a day In June?"
With upologlcs, wo say "What is so uncomfortable, so unsightly, as a warm, lined suit on a hot Juno
dny f
Which brings us to the point--
Our Half Lined,
Fit? Of course!
Fabric? Light as air chosen
Price? As light as the fabric.
Ono and two button models,
!
You'll call them the best looking garments you over had on.
D HECHINGER
50c to
Mr. Windsor Shorn of Detroit. Mich.. I
is hero ono a visit with his pH.ents.i
Mr. and Mrs. 11. V Sharp ot West
'Second street.
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WANT GOOD SODA?
We hate It. Ilest in the city.
Always pure only best fruit syrop nnd tropical fruits used.
Our Fruit Sundaes nro delicious.
"AT Tlti: COllXER"
M. F. WILLIAMS
THIRD AXD MARKET STRF.KTS
Cliniilniiqua Tickets For Sale
CH A FTAt'lM'A TICKETS
Cluiiitainiim tickets and program.
can be had nt Hie following places:
Clienowelli linn? Co.; Hunt's! Merz
Hros.: .1. .1. Wood Sc Soil! Swift Drug
Co.! De Xiistlc; Williams' Drug' Store:
J. T. Karkley & Co, and Pecor Hrug
Co.
Quarter Lined and Unlined Goats
for tho purpose.
soft roll lapels or seml-sMffcncd fronts,
$1.50
lTHLHJ SALK
On Monday, tho 3rd of July, Henson
rooming house fixtures nro for sale.
J22-tf MHS. G. T. HENSO.W
DRUG COMPANY S
MAKES FIRST l'AYMEXT
Prof. W. T Horry of Wood street
made tho llrdst payment for telephone
rent under tho now automatic system
Monday nfternoon. A dupllcato -was
mado of Mr. Horry's receipt and will
bo framed and hung In tho company's
oirico.
There's a Difference in
Shingles as you will learn when you use ours.
You'll find them all perfect without
split or warp and full count every
time. And so thoroughly seasoned that
they uro practically weatherproof.
Cover your roof with them and you'll
savo money and temper.
The Mason Lumber Company
Corner Limestone and Second Streets.
Phono 519.
A. A, McLaughlin. L. H. Behan.
two piece suits, $7.50 and upward.
& CO.
116
Mr. Karl Dander lias returned to
his home on Limestone street aftor
a short vacation In Indianapolis, Intl.,
and In Cincinnati
V'fi
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