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THE DAILY PttlLIO LIDOlR WEDNESDAY, llPTtMBER 30, 191.
C Us If U Need TIMOTHY SEED SollcitiiiK electric riiilwny ImisIiichh tlinnmh Iioiihi- In limine ciiiiviinh mill IMNPPI iidvcrtlaitiK Is MM MMfltV MMM have occurred on At met boils MH km the II ml tlW, il Isjelcctric tl WH since UM women milil. Iiy n company hi Sciliillu, Mo I -.,- MAMMOTH CAVE $12 15 FOR AN ALL-EXPENSE THREE D YS TRIP FROM MAYSVILLE SEPTEMBER 27th Railroad fare $5.65. Board including routes in the cave for $6.50. Tickets on sale for all morning trains at all way stations. See Lli Agent. $350 Studebaker 5-passenger Touring Car; has just been painted and overhauled; looks and runs like brand new car. $150 Overland 5-passenger Touring Car, in good shape every way. Let Us Demonstrate These Cars To You To Your Own Satisfaction. KIRK It's Too Damned Hot to Write an Ad. C. F. McNAMARA, "Maker of Clothes That Repeat' 6M West Front Street Belle of Maysville Although fore d to seek another field for business, is still produced in Maysville. The choice of Maysville people, and is for Mays ville every time. Constantly increasing sales show its popularity. Have YOU tried it? Get busy and send that order. $3, $4 and $6 Per Gallon Sold only by 0. H. P. Thomas Co. 1 10 East Ninth Street, Newport, Xy. P. 0. Box 215. Phone South 4573. OOOOOOrnHOOJ ROOjHL ".Motresscs" In wluit MM women "nui tni n" uf HIiimiHiiw nrc culled Kcw ' hit learned lo run t In rum rawnra is sthvi on tin' rye under any circumstances . To reduce It an much M possible you I should MM Iho soft, steady lltrht by. Krh. Kvi'ii If gas Hhould coat morn llian our present way of lighting tho Hiving o( your eeK would he morn Ihan worth the difference. l!ul wo can prove that gas costs really loss' i hull nny other In-lit MAYSVILLE NATURAL GAS SUPPLY COMPANY Mew Oddfellow II iiilillntr. Sullen Street. Telephone S. H. 0. WW, Manager, (las Supplies, Stoves and Ranges. Plumbing nnrt (las Fitting BROS. Phone 337 We Restore iiml Hum,, i. the slums muy be as hi Uriel they'll be made as while Uri ' ...i4 Up-lo Uule proccHs uf dry i Icagiug surely UueH the trick without .i Hut i r u lingering umrk. The flltu : I. l tabrlm, Hie moat elaborate sow us, sud the muni delicate triui mius are safe lu our baud. MRS. CARRIE BREtZfc tf Baa ! Klri. Paoae Me RELIGION 'IS TO UK I VIM I I U I NTO CAM- paicm v mks ok him, tn ASSKIITKO I'HKSIKKM TO hi NIIOYYS s, i i i T HIS IIKSK Aflcr Scene Is depicted of Attack on mis- lly Vllllstas, iew York Taper Says 'Horrors' Said To Hun Keen .Staged at Shccpsliciid Kay. New Work, September 18 Th" World today will present the follow -nr story to ila readers: Itcllglon la to be injeeted into the jol iticul campaign by the Kcpublicati I National l onimitlee within the next I week, according to present plaiiH .through Instrumental!)' a moving pic ture based on senario written by Mai lleid and produced by Mr lleid. assist ed by Kverett Colby, former Progres sive State Senator, of New Jersey, and now an active member of the Kepubli OU National Campaign Committee. The Him will be turned over to th" Republican National Committee today by Mr. Iteid, will be distributed throughout the country by the Nation al Committee, the picture to be dis played under the auspices of, or by arrangement with, the various Itepub jlican state committees, i In addition to bringing a religious Issue into the campaign the picture, of which Mr. Heid is very proud, and which Mr. Colby asserts is " a corker", constitutes an attack upon the Presi dent of the Cnited States unique in conception and amazing in its develop lit lllis Depicted ill I-light One of the chief scenes of this photo play shows n group of Catholic nuns. Hieing in terror from a band of Vil- listus before a convent in Mexico. They overtaken, seized by the Mexican bandit! and dragged into the under growth screaming and protesting . Instantly itniv is flashed in the MM a picture showing President W oodrow Wilson, at his desk in Wash ington, his head resting on his arm asleep. This is but one of the so-called "his torical MOM" which Iteid's pholoplnv shows. There are Ml others, the liistoric.il accurancy of which tnrglit be questioned. It Is in this scene, how ever, that the religious qucstnon is I brought prominently to the fore, through in a clulitle manner That this is not mere accident or i MM of overzeal on the part of the I photo-playwright, WOUld seem to be clearly Indicated by another campaign incident of the last week. Women id Committee The Hughes Alliance, a subsidiary to the Republican National Committet having officers in the building, as the I committee, at No. 611 Fifth avenue has as its honorary Chairman, Mrs i Theodore Itoosevelt, Jr., Miss Alice I Carpenter is the Chairman, and among tlie women connected witli the organ ization are Mrs William It. Wilcox, Miss Anne Morgan, Mrs. lileu 11. Hook ei, Mrs. L Tiffany Dyer and Mrs James II. Reynolds. The musicians "Cironup Chairman" is Mrs. Noble Mc r no noli I There has come into possession of i l.r World a corcular letter sent out from the alliance headquarters last Monday, signed by Mrs. McConnell. It is addressed "Dear Madam," and reads ii'. part: "Do you know whut the election ot jCharles Kvans Hughes means to this country.' It means. Ilrat of all, protec tion to our people, particularly in Mex ico. Stop to think a minute of the horrors perpetrated there, while Mr Wilson does the watchful waiting act. Hie diplomatic letter act and all the otler disgusting acts, while wo lit sleepless and appalled at the atrocities leking place there "And when you think uf the out I ages committed in the coliveuta, no leaner what your belief is, your blood must run cold at the thought of what these women, whose lives are dedi cated to Almighty Ood. suffered aud ai'i- suffering. One cannot think of this phase of it without being utterly dls guseted with the present Administra tion." Staging tile Horrors Just a few days before this letter was sent out, possibly when it was be ing prepared, Keid aud his baud of "movie" actors, some of them members of the uatioual guard of tbls staae, were staging the "horrors" that "make the blood run cold," Mrs. lial Held tak ing the principal part. But the stag ing was not done in Mexico. It waa done at Sheepshead Hay, New York. Held ih proud of his accomplishment. Nearly all the information the World bus obtained regarding the lllui. was obtained from Mr Iteid hlmaelf It also was learned that some of Heid'i friends, wheu told of tils uew photoplay, expressed theuisulvea iu subsUSM. M follows. "1 do net oelleve that I have -or listened to anything tl.ut i.s Bi. ,i J real rottenness In polities as this Idea Of the I! publican National Committee. It is the most disgusting thing I ever' listened to. II constitutes a series af ill I i be r;i t c anil Htudiiid InsultH to the! nntion's Chief Kxeeutlvi "' 1 1,1 11 watchful waiting," said iteiil, when asked n limit the picture !h a reporter for the World. "I think i' will go a long way toward beating "I I NT, Wilson." I "First, I show Villa peering through ; the hushes. Then there Is a sub-title. rending about like this.' "Why didn't President. Wilson stop the war in Kurope by putting on an embargo on all exports to all Euro pean countries alike, except on food stuffs?" "Next I show Vera Cruz, a launch tilled with American sailors is ap pi onchinb the wharf, I show a close-up of the Americans in the boat. Then ! show the wharf and Mexicans armed I tending there. They fire on the boat I show the officer in the boat, picking up the American flag, riddled with bul let holes. Shown Asleep Mini) Times lleid explained that he played the American Consul himself and demand ed an apology from lluerta. In his photoplay Hitertn. played by William Cone, of Flatbush. exclaims dramati cally "If your Cringo President wants an apology he can come here and ge it." And then" said Held, "1 show the President asleep at his desk. I show that all through the piece a dozen UgMg or more, the President asleep I show it after the attack on Columbus and after Carrizal and after the nuns are attacked." Hut huving gone a little ahead of his story. Iteid returned to Vern Cruz incident. "I next show," he said, "Hie funeral ol the 17 men who were killed there The funeral took place here, you know I show the funeral and the Pros html riding in a carriage and 1 follow that with this line." He he had the af fronter) to attend the funeral. Iteid went on to say that he hail Woven a hue sloiy slightly through the "historical incidents." The stor was that of a young girl engaged to a young man suddenly ordered to Ihe border. He is killed and she enters the convent. All 'llared on llislnr)" Villa sees her and becomes etiamor ei' of her, explained Iteid. Vilh) and his men attack the convent and the sisterii run away. "I show the Mexi cans pursuing them, cutching them and dragging them into the brush, IV here they are assaulted." "Is there any authority for that scene?" Iteid was asked. He replied: "I have used no incident in this that is not based on history; I have used the incident that Colonel Roosevelt has spoken about and written about many times, and which have never been con tradicted. You can't deny hiBtory. I have used the very incidents that Mr Wilson himself referred to in the letter he sent to Carranza. "Another incident," said Held, "Is the raid on Columbus. This depicts a fam ily of Americans on the porch of a house. There are a father, mother and little childreu. A Mexican rushes up aud shoots the child, who falls dead behind her mother. "Then again," said Held. "1 show the President asleep at his desk." "What happens to the nun?" Reid was asked. "Oh!" he replied, "there Is a scene in the brush, she has no revolver aud so she seizes Villa's and shoots her self." OKKMANS TKV LOIN IN TO FOKCE IIKI.UII M BIO Washington, September 18- A pro tt st alleging that Herman military au thorities are attempting to force a loan of $200,1)00,000 from the Belgian banks and that M. Carller, director of the National Bank of Belgium, had been imprisoned because uf his refusal to onsen! to (he proposal, was filed in Hie State Department today by the Bel gian legation. In a statement the legation declared "its advices confirm the information concerning the seiz ure by the Germans of private capital ii. Belgian bunks and shows at the same time the utter coutempt in which the German government holda the In ternational laws and the inviolability of private property. State Departuieut officials have not indicated that they consider the con troversy one 111 which the I'ulted Stales should intervene German suaar manufacturers hax offered substantial cash prizes for tm provemehts iu harvesting and uuload iug sugar beels. one that amouuta to I v bvlutf for the bust appaialus a.td process for dryius their leaves and tops A uew type of iuelauUueoua water beater operated from any electric lamp socket way be used to make a supply of hoi water flow from any faucet TIM) li M.I Kill s TO nilll h WayMllle I'eople Will le ,'l ''' Warning, ".II In To have good health, the digestion, heart, lungs and kidneys must work perfectly. When there Is anything wrong with the digestion, heart or lungs, a very noticeable pain or dis tress gives prompt warning. Kidney trouble Is more easily overlooked, however, and too often gains a long start. Hut kidney trouble docs give early signs, and backache, headache, dizzy spells, rheumatic pains, too fre quent, scanty or painful urination ahould not be neglected. When these warnings appear, use Doan'e Kidney Pills, the reliable, successful, strongly-recommended kidney remedy. As sist the medicine by taking things eas ier, reducing the diet and the use of liquors. A severe attack of kidney dis ease may be avoided. I loan's Kidney Pills have won the grateful praise of Maysville people. Read this Maysville resident's endorsement. W. F. Lynch, 127 W. Third St., Mays ville, says: "My kidneys were weak and the passage of the kidney secre tions were scanty and painful. Hav ing used Doan's Kidney Pills before. I again got a box. They quickly re stored my kidneys to a normal condi tion." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Lynch had. Foster-Milburn Co., Props., Ruffalo, N. Y. MALL I'l'KLISHKK MAY FLIRTY OK PA FBI I I Washington, Septi ii'.her 10 TM ecutive committee of the News Print Manufacturers Association notified the Federal Trade Commission today that it was ready to meet a committee of newspaper publishers to discuss means of rergulating distribution of white paper so that small publishers may suffer no injustice and may be relieved of the prospect of suspending publica tion which many of tlieni are said lo face because of the paper shortane A suggestion by the trade commis sion that manufacturing machines Don eiigag'-d on other grades ot paper DC transferred temporarily to news print was rejected by the executive commit tie as impracticable. To a further proposal that factories be operated on Sundays to relieve the shortage the committee replied that efforts to in duce labor unions to sanction Sunday operation had failed. The commission will endeavor to secure appointment of a committee of publishers to taki up these and other suggestions with the manufacturers CONVICTS BI ILI) MAI ON CAI'I TO I, DBjMJHM Frankfort. Ky., September 18 The:i convicts from the Frankfort Reforma tory are being used by the Public Itoads Department in building a stretch of road from the main boule vard ground the Capitol building to the barn in the rear of the Capitol grounds. The Jotia, commonly called the Cu ban rat, 1b related to the porcupine and makes an affectionate pet. There are a million clerks und of fice employes in France. How's This I We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure F. J CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O We, the undersigned, have known F. J Cheney for the last 16 years and be lleve him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE. Toledo. O, Hall s Catarrh Cure ia taken Inter nally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 76c per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pllla for conBtl patlon. FARMERS, JAKE NOTICE! We have just received a supply of coal fresh from the mines and are pre pared to deliver your coal right at your coal bouse, provided you live where we can go with a motor truck. We will haul your wheat to town for you and only oharge you what It la actually worth. Youra for business. ATLAS COAL CO. MIDDLEMAN TRANSFER 00 MPft TKCCK MUt HEAVY OK LIU Hi' H 1 1 I I Mi. We specialise oil lai.i- conliuela Office aud barn Kast KroiH hi reel oniie Pkaaa MM. Har Phone an. JOHN W. P01TBR MMIIIL MHkt IOH Ofltee Pkone Si Home Phuna M 17 teal Barotid Strrei, la.MiHW, RAILROAD TIME TABUS No. 11 departs 6:36 a m., dally ex cept Sunday. No. departs 1:00 p. m., dally ex cept Sunday. No. 1 departs 3 to p in. daily. No. 10 arrives 9 60 a. m , dally ex cept Sunday. No. 18 arrives 2:06 p. m. dally. No. 14 arrives X :I0 p. m , dally ex cept Sunday. No. 16 arrives 7 :30 a. m , dally ex cept Sunday. No. 17 departs 7:60 a m., daily ex cept Sunday. Hiinilnr Only No. 117 departs at tl a ra No. 118 arrives at 11:26 p. m. Schedule effective Snnd;. . Mav 28. subject to change without notice. H. S. ELLIS, Agent. Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. Schedule tubiect to cnanto ithoui notice Schedule effective May 28th. east bound- No. 8. 9:41 a m. No. 6, 9:66 a m. No 2 1:40 d. m No. 16, 6:30 p. tc No. 18, 8:00 p. n,. No. 4. 10:48 p. m west bound- no. 19, 6:30 a. m No. 5, 6:16 a. m. No. 1, 9:19 a. m. No. 17. 9:30 a. m. No. 3, 3:30 p. m. No. 7, 4:33 p m. w WIKOFF. Agent IF IT'S KOOKWOOD IT'S THE BEST COFFEE I KADI MAKE One Pound Packages, One Pound Cans, Steel Cut Sold by nil First Class Grocers. E. li. Wilts 1 1 ii CO. Importers-Roasters Buy Your Seed Rye and Timothy, Also Roofing AT- J. C. EVERETT & CO.'S Removal Notice The Public Is Invited To Take Notice That the Maysville Telephone Co. Has Moved Its Exchange and Office To the Second Floor of the First National Bank Building. i. i. LYNCH, Local Manager. THE UNIVERSAL CAR NEW PRICES AUGUST 1, 1916 The following prices for ford cars will be effective on aud after Auaust 1st, 1U16: Chassis $326.00 Runabout 345.00 Touring Oar 360.00 Coupelet 605.00 Town Car 695.00 Sedan 645.00 i u. b. Detroit Tin b. prices are poailively guaranteed agulust any reduction before August 1st, 1917, but there Is no guaran tee against an advance In price at auy time CENTRAL OARAGE COMPANY THE MOST REFRESHING DRINK IN THE WORLD AT ALL GROCERY STORES. CAFES AND STANDS. 55 A BOTTLE. For Sale Vt'e have a nice house aud aistut t Otrtt of land within the city limits of Maysville that wo will sell at a bar gain. House haH Gas, Electric Lignts and Water In the house Plant of fruit of all kinds on the plac?. This is a very desirable place, and .lll be appreciated if you are looking for a nico l:omo close In. THOS. L. EWAN & CO. REAL ESTATE AND LOAN AGENT Farmers & Traders Bank Building; Maysville, Ky. For that Spring Cpld use PHOSPHO QUININE For ( 'olds in i be head or Catarrh use QUAKER OIL. For Chapped Skin use PICARD'S SNOW WHITE CREAM. For your Complexion use PICARD'S COMPLEXION SOAP For the Best Shampoo use A. D. S. LIQUID SHAMPOO. Any of those ortklM sell for 2.re and can he nought at I Pecor Drug Co. Phone 77. 22 W. Second St. I -fete t