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WIATHER fOMCAiT Fair and MMt Hoaaavt ! f. rn .la) part l cliiadv. ! THR LIDfilft to a t4rr. iNlnif nadJnm thai hrlajr lit a, Onr ratca arc rnaatat- cat with circulation. Tri at. : MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1916. ONB COPY-ONB CENT. A1L r PUBLIC IKIMtMM I public CITY COUNCIL UMrSTUMK III II. dim; TION ssin l Will Mtrt T. llffM la Hit' Council ChftMher In tdjonrned Scxftlon Virj Utile Wmlmm Train acted laWM Mtfht. Th reKiilar monthly ineetlnK of the City C..nii. mi waa held laat evening In the Council Chamber. Mayor Lee prealdad anil elnlit MadjNI were prea- The following- was the report of the Clatma and AeeountB Committee: Alma and Almshouse I Ml W Public Library M ,M Greenwood Library Fund 42.20 Mlaalon Home 125.00 Maaon count Health Lamina 25.00 I lay a wood Hospital 5.00 Colored Mlaslon 12.60 Oaa and Electricity ; 733.21 Board and Guarding1 City I'rla- onera v 151.60 MiacellaneouB I 42.70 Salaries I 279.11 Nw Brick Streeta t 414.40 Police ' 387.80 Pire Department ..1 409.05 Internal Improvements 361.95 The flfty-nfth aerlea of the reliable UMafMH Building Aaaoelatlon la now open. Persona dealrlng to pur rhnae a home or to Have money that will bring them a handsome profit ahoiild aee H. ('. Sharp, Secretary, J. W. Fltig'erald, Treaaurer, or any of the dlrectora, to secure the num ber of sh.rea dealred. WALKKK-('RAI Total ) 3,323.9 On motion the coiiirll adjourned to meet tonight In the ineetlng place at 7:30 o'clock. The rinembers decided that it would be no rrtore than fair to have the remainder of the councilmeii present and therefore ailJoumed untl! tonight. 1 (RAM) .11 RY INSTRVCTIi Mr. Claud K. Craig, 21, of Trinity, and Miss Cora Walker, 18, of Toles boro were married thla morning by ' Iti-v I'osey of the Apostolic Holiness Church. The couple left on fast train No. 6 on the C. ft O. on a bridal trip to Portsmouth, Ohio. Have your glasses fitted at Cloon ey'a. Expert service. Solid gold spec tacles or eyeglasses $3.60. Gold filled $2.00. 16 yeara experience In auc ceaaful fitting. S2-3t SHOOTS TWO MEN William Lane ui This City Charged With Killing one Man and Fatally Wounding Another Fireman on Steamer Chllo. In the Mason Circuit Court yester day Judge Newell gave Instructions tr the Grand Jury. He charged them t'i aee carefully after the breaking of the local option laws. The following com poses the jury: f Ben Marshall, Foreman, James Maley, W. A. Downing, Wm. jCabliali, W. It Archdeacon, John ('olburn, Robert Scott, Frank Armstrong, F. E Tolle. Chae. K. Hill. T. H. Stevens, John Otto. The C. B. M. of the Christian CMurch will meet this evening at 7 o'clotrk at the church-. All members are urgd to be present as business of great Impor tance is to be transacted. William Lane of this city, a fire man on the Steamer Chllo, is being held in Cincinnati, charged with kill ing one man and fatally wounding an other. William Sorrell, one of the men was shot through the head and died about three hours later. The last words ho Uttered were an aerusation ncnlnst Lane. The otho man, John Glen, was shot through the back and it Is believed that he will die. The shooting occurred Sunday af ternoon. Sorrell and Glenn were Bit ting in a doorstep and Ume, who was sitting a short distance above the street suddenly arose and began shoot ing at the pair. Glenn said that he tried to get away but was shot. Lane, who claims Maysville us Ml home, was a fireman on the Steamer Chllo, but, several days before the shooting, had left the boat and had not been heard from by any of the crew. Harbeson Garage Will Put Your Car in Good Order For ; Fall. Parts and Sup plies Cars For Hire oodJyear AS Allan Ohio Fortified Tires FORTIFIED AGAINST Rim-CuU- ly the No-Rlm-Cut feature. Slowouti liy the "On-Air" Hire. LooTredt t v many rubbt-r rivets, insecurity bv 1 " bralrieil pl.-mo wirea. Puncture! and Skidding - by Hie double thick All -Weather tread FARMERS! Don't Take Chances With That Precious Tobacco Crop Buy Some of Those Tobacco Savers NOW $3.00, While They Last, at MIKE BROWN "The Square Deal Man f 9 WONDERFUL CONCERT Waa the One Given In JUwhwood Park Last Evening by Alice Nfel en, the Kamona Soprano Many Attend. The Alice Nielsen Concert at Beech wook Park laat evening waa pro nounced by thoae attending to have been the most wonderful concert ever heard in the City of Maysville. Miss Nielsen, assisted by Mr. Karl Kirk Smith, violin cello, and Mr. William Roddick, pianist, appeared before an audience representative of Kentucky culture and presented a concert pro gram which received every evidence of Intelligent appreciation. From the first number to the last, Miss Nielsen and her audience were In complete accord, the close atten tion and manifest pleasure of the lat ter moving the former to her best ef forts, and to liberal response to the demands made upon the encore part of her repertory. As sweet and acqui escent personally as ahe was delight ful and compelling in the charm of her artistic accomplishments. Miss Niel sen won her audience as completely as any singer that ever appeared In .1 concert role In Maysville. The program, for the most part sim ple and no wide range of variation, was so constructed, nevertheless, as to demonstrate conclusively that Mis Nielaen can sing arias and the heavy operatic airs with the same ease and facility which attend her rendition of the lighter ballads. The singer, per haps, waa more clearly In her element or at least it appeared that she was in more thorough conjunction with the majority of her audience, when she sang the simple sentimental ballads, which comprise more than half the numbers of her program. In these songs she puts her heart and In them ehe reaches directly the hearts of her hearers and therein Is she a great singer. Her encores were happily chosen and the pearls that fell from her lips in such songs as "Believe Me If AH Those Endearing Young Charms" an! "My Old Kentucky Home" were re flected In the happy tears that flowed from the eyes of eome of the good old fashioned people who know how to cling to the best and are not ashamed of It. I'nspoiled by triumph, unaffect ed. Miss Nlejsen was prodigal with her bows and graciously liberal In re sponding to the insistent demands for encore numbers. Her voice Ib rich and liquid in quality, and remarkeble for the ease and clarity with which she takes her registers, and equally remarkable for the unusual fucllltv which marks the transition from the high full tones to the ineffably soft and sweet notes with which she en wraps the final words of many pas sages encountered in her songs. Rut there was another element con ductive to the complete success of this entertainment. Mr. Karl Kirk Smith, vlolonchelllst, waa received with unstinted favor. Mr. William Ileddlck, accompanist, at all times seemed to be very sensitive to the so loist's moods and his accompaniment throughout was marked by accuracy and intelligent sympathy. HIM CROWD IN POLICE COURT In Police Court yesterday afternoon seven cases were tried before .ludg' w in taker, being: John lireckenridge, breach of the peace, $7.60. Kichard Watts, loitering on the Streets, $8.50. John Wright, loitering on the streets, lt,50. John Jones, loitering on the streeta, Ji 50. Henry Williams, drunk and disorder ly, $7.50. P. E. Stroter, drunk, $6 50 Joe Tayu, drunk, $6.50. RAMI corvrv couur In Mason County Court yesterday the Kquitable Trust Co. of Uover was ap pointed as guardian of Louella Brown ing Davenport. Mr W. Scott Osborne qualified an auininUtrator of Kichard Marahall. It was ordered that the settlements tiled at the laat term of court and held over to thla term for exceptions, ae continued and ordered recorded, no ceptions having been taken thereto. MH IKK HAl'EH'H MVS! In Squire Kred W. Bauer's Court yesterday Oscar Murdetli of this city uus fined $64.16 for having intoxicat ing liquor In his possesslou for other than personal use Hubert Brandy was lined $16 for being drunk and disorderly. tUMOVKD TO HUMK Mr. H. M fraeraCl, who tuts uewn in HayswooU HoapiUxl for the paat aevsral months, WM taken to bis home l ataysUoa but wk Hka many friends will rajoios to beat l f hit ausdy re. ..very. SMALL WRECK A small freight wrprk near Mel bourne, Ky., yesterday delayed trafltr for Mini, time on the Cheanpeake and Ohio Kailroad. About three cara were In the derailment, these blocking both main lines. The paper train which arrives here at 5:30 p. m. waa three hours late. The last word in Phonographs 1'lays all makea of Kecorda perfectly. Oon't buy till you see this line at Clooney's. The Greatest Valuea Ber CASE DISMISSED l.eora-e Bale Charged With At tempting To Kill His Wife Spouse Says That He Threw Her Over Limestone Bridge, In Police Court yesterday afternoon the case of Oeorge Dale, charged with attempting to kill his wife, waa tried before Judge Wh (taker. The Judge, alter hearing the testimony, dismissed the case. Mrs. Dale testified that on last Frl day night she was at the home of Mrs. Klla Sidell on the Second atreet ex tension. Dale passed and ahe asked him to send her clothes to the place w'here she was staying, as they were living apart. She said that Dale hail some whiskey and beer and that he went Into the home of Mrs. Sidell and visited for some time. He passed the refreshments around but he only drank the whiskey. When he left he asked her to walk a short distance with ri tut and ahe compiled with M request. When they were on th" bridge. Dale asked his wife if Btie war coming back to live with him and she refused to do this. He then picked her up and threw her over the bridge. Sh was stunned at first, ahe said, but managed to rally enough to get back to the home of Mrs. Sidell. Dale claimed that several times be fore she had threatened to kill herself and on this night, had repeated UK threat. When on the bridge she climb ed over the railing of tha bridge and walked for some. distance on the out side. He said that he thought she fell instead of jumping. His nftorney pro duced a number of letters !n court where Mrs. Dale had written that Bhe was going to end her life. After hearing the evidence Judge Whltaker decided that the defendant was not guilty of the charge and dis missed the case. OLB CONBI CTOK BIKS Mr. John Bracken died at Speers Hospital In Dayton, Ky., yesterday fol lowing an operation for gall stones Mr. Bracken was a conductor on the C. A 0. on trains A and R. He waa well known here and bis many friends will regret to hear of his death. He was 61 yeara of age and had been with the company for almost half of hia life. 2F years. ARTICLES APPROVED The articles of incorporation of the January and Wood Co. have been ap proved by the Secretary of the State of Kentucky. The firm was Incorpor ated for $200,000. The Board of Managers of the City Mission will meet thla afternoon at I o'clock at the Mission Room. Are your present glasses satisfac tory T Perhaps that la wh yyou are having trouble with your eyes. Again they might be causing your headaches. We will examine your eyes and dupli cate your broken lenses Br. B. Kahn of Cincinnati on Monday; Br. George Uevlne Every Bay. Optometrists and Opticians. O'Keefe Building. FOUNTAIN PENS!! TBI RMT IN THR CITY. COME IN AND TRY IT M. F. WILLIAMS & COMPANY CORNER THIRD AND MARKET STREETS : Creams and Ices 20 Market Street If You Art a Sufferer From the Heat, Try Our BIERLEY'S CONFECTIONERY West Side, A HANDSOMB PORCH adda Immensely to the appearance of a house and the caonfort aad aatlafac- tlon of the occupants. To know how easily it can be had just coma and look over our mill-worked columns, railings, etc., all so perfectly made and adjusted that you can put them up yourBelf, and the cost la so little! The Mason Lumber Company Corner Limestone and Second Streeta. Phone ilt. A A. McLaughlin. L, H. He ban. "The Home of QUALITY Clothes" Ready With New Fall Suits, Shoes, Hats, Trunks, Etc. We Want the Boys Going Off to School to Inspect Them. Any young fellow, be u "prep" lad or a full Sedfrtd collegian, wants good slothtM styles that are lively hut not odd typically youthful ideas. We have assembled our new line of Fall ClotliinK and want to show these splendid eotfcfM to him. These clothes are going to suit the eolUfa boys immensely--they're clothes with a real "campus" air fit for any "frat" brother, Come iti today tomorrowany time soon, and learn why this is the Young Men's Shop of Maysville. Perhaps you need a trunk, suitcase, or leather bag. If so, here's the place to get it. We have them in the very newest styles. Of course you'll need shoes, shirts, hats, neckwear, hose and novelties. You will be de lighted with the new styles we have for you . . aw f i D. HECHINGER & CO. 20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT STILL PREVAILS ON ALL SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING aaj)hjfa aaaJhjaM aaaEjhjajn, aaaMhaiaaaaaaBaaahjal aaaaaaaaflihaai aajin mtf0H urtyhjai i aahjaaaaaaMhjaal i naEjhj saaaW I TURKISH TOWELS That these are worth more than 25c the evidence of your own eyes wilt con vince you as soon as you examine them. We have such confidence in the unusual values of our Turkish Towels we have filled a window with them. Have you seen them? CHILDREN'S UNDERGARMENTS UNDERPRICED Well made, substantial muslin petticoats and nightgowns mothers can buy with satisfaction to meet the hard wear of laundering. Band skirts. 6, 8 and 10 year sizes. 25c reduced to 15c. In 12 and 14 year sizes. 50c reduced to 25c. Bodice Skirts in 4 and 6 year sizes, 25c reduced to 19c. Nightgowns, 6, 8 and 10 year sizes, 50c reduced to 35c and 39c. 1852 Jj' V" VfrnW" ff 1916 Vt mAr At' ' Vir,p Vl' '" It Is Time to Prepare for Fall We have had nothiug but chilly days for the paat week. Let this be a warning to you that the time has arrived for you to begin your fall shopping. We have received iuuueuae quantities of fall goods and we are ready to show you the latest things from our new stock. WE ARE WELL STOCKED IN i CHILDREN'S DRESSES : Two new lines came in laat week. They are very atylish t.nd reasonable in price which begins at f!c anil goes up to '' OOME AND SEE OUR NEW SUITS FOR FALL We have a line from the house of Hischof. Trices range from t)16 50 to H . ' HAVE YOUR OLD SHOES MADE LIKE NEW i99