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DAILY KENTUGKI AN
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.-. Eitabl.alied 1879 Vol. XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 105
HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY. JULY 10, 1918.
Price 3 Cents
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Keatwshlaa pros-pit-. And If ra
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i COMMITTEE EXPLAINS.
( A rriticiam appeared In the Ken
turklan under data of July 0th, 1018
hlrh the local committee in charge
frf tha mI of IheWar Savings Stamp
feel la unwarranted under tha farU
In lh first instance tha article
printed in Sunday's Courler-Journa
which waa ropiad by tha Kanturk
tan, at likawia unwarranted undei
A registration will bo hrl.l bv
Hon. R. E. Cooper, who ia chairman
of tha Council of Dafenaa for Chria
Uon county. Thla registration will
b held on Saturday tha 20th day
of July. HIS. Thia registration will
b heM by tha Council of Dafanaa
un.ler Oi art of tha Kentucky Lag
laiaiure passed during tha preaanl
year. Under thia art Mr. Coopei
Undoubtedly haa power to rail and
hold thia registration, ami if any clU
an of the County falls to regiatat
without a legal exruaa Mr. Cooper
' ae chairman, haa power to report suer-
case to the Circuit Judge, and turn
them II nr. I and -imprisoned under the
art, Thia is a matter however thai
dues nt come in the province of th
commute for Chriatian county in
charge of the aala of tha War Bar
tags Stamp. At citnena the commit
tea will support Mr. Cooper in vr
way in holding such registration, and
Mr. ( noner rail on any member oi
the Committee for any woik aurl
request will be gladly complied with
I'p to the present time Christian
county haa purchased about Threi
Hundred Thousand Dollars worth oi
War Savings Stamps and tha work
la not complete and will continue un
rtil the quota for the county la com
t.iietcd. Tha United Stairs Govern
went, through its proper official. ha
requested that the name of all slack
ers be published. In the determina
tion of just who ia a lacker, the ut
most fairness will be shown. Rurl
an Important question as thia. which
hall determina the standing of a ri"
p w w
WINNING IN A:
TWO PASSENGER TRAINS COME
TOGETHER IN HEAO-ENO
CRASH IN BROAD DAYLIGHT.
DEAD NUMBER SIXTY-FIVE
WITH TS OTHERS INJURED MANY
op Whom may
Nashville, Tenn., July 9. Prob
ably sixty-five persons were killed and
aaventy-flve or mora Injured in a
passenger wreck an tha Nashville,
Chsttanooga A St. Louia Railway, sev
en miles from Nashville at 7:15
o'clock thia morning. Every avail
able doctor and nurse in tha city la at
the arena ef tha disaster. Ambulances
are bringing tha dead and injured
to tha hospitals and undertaking es
tablishments. Several coaches wcr
telescoped, and the passengers ar
being cut out of the car with great
difficulty. Many have died since reach
ing tha hospitals.
Tha wreck waa caused by a head-
on collision of passenger train No. 1
STANDS 7 TO 3
(By Associated Pre.)
Washington, July t. After three
hours examination of Neweomb Carl
ton, president of tha Western Union
Telegraph Co., tha Senate Interstate
Commerce Committee to-day voted
7 to S to report without amendmeni
or further hearing tha Rouse resolu
tion authorising tha Government
control, during the war of telegraph
and telephone lines. Chairman
Smith plana reporting tha resolution
to the Senate tomorrow but it is
not understood whether or not be
will urge its immediate considera
tion, thua replacing the agricultural
hill with a prohibition rider. The
Senate leaders expect a bitter contest.
but believe a vote can be reached
soon and no further hearings will
be ordered, in view of tha President's
insistence upon early action.
THE KILLING OF MIRBACH
German newspapers give many col
umns to developments in the Mirbarh
case, particularly London telegram
from Moscow praising. the work that
Count von Mirbach did there and de
scribing the alleged treacherous man
ner by which tha assassins gained
entrance to his office by posing as dri
er stes 0f a commission for combat-
RUINS OF COURTHOUSE OF REIMS
ja yy i pip
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THE PUN TO
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' This la what rvpeeted MHalanltarnt li left ..f ihv i-wiirili'iuna
at Helma. Through tbe rulord tairasre t lha iullllng a new persu-ttve of
the famoue cathedral, that baa broaj shattered by Ueriuna shot and shell. Is
passenger train No. 4, bound from
Nashville to Memphis. It occurred an
Dutchman's Grade, near tha Harding
Road crossing, part of the car being
under the Harding Road viaduct.
Both of tha enginea and three
baggage car were completely wreck
ed, and tha first bagaga car en No.
ten In the future, will not be left In ' 1 WM lee-Pd- Th first eombina
trreon,ll hands, nor will it bctk" No. 4, from Memphis,
nlarad with anv n. .r i-ii,i. ; heavily loaded with whitea and ne-
from Memphl. and St Loui .Btin hl'ti' ""t '
. . . . iment It W stated thst they fired
their revolvers, not only a Count
von Mirbach but also at 'Germain
Councillor Keizler and Lieut. Muller,
who were In tha room. Immediately
after tha firing they jumped from the
window, hurling hand grenades back
of them as they jumped. They lea per
into a waiting automobile and
A cuijntle with such power will be
appointed most probably by the Coun
cil of Defense, and any citisen who
ia reported as a slacker will have the
opportunity of a fair trial before this
committee before hie name will bt
posted aa such on tha Bulletin Board
adjoining the post office in llopkins
ville. All who are branded aa slack
er will hear the mark of Cain for
ever in this community, and for this
reason tli utniumt rare will be tak
n before any man or woman shnll
be brandi'J In such a way. Let f
hop lht thrr are no slackers in
this ctunly, and that all of our citi
groes, was ripped from end to end,
and few if any of its pawenger es-1
caped uninjured. Many war killed
A number of women in one car on
No. t, were killed and their bodies
ar still In tha wreckage. They are
in a confused heap with bedding,
trunks and debris scattered about
The smell of charred cars and th
b'reding bodies lying In the sun hss
GIVEN TODAY OF WALLIS TRAC
ARE MUCH INTERESTED.
HUN SEA PLANES PROHIBmON
ATTACK U-BOAT -BUL VIMIS5
IS. RAPIDLY TAKING
r (By Associated Press.)
The allied forces on th west front,
while waiting for th German high
command to begin a new assault,
continue launching sudden thrust at
the enemy line. One of these, by
th French west of th Oi and
SHAPE north of th Matt river, won eonsld-
AND CONCERTED ACTION
WILL BE TAKEN BY ALLIES.
(By Associated Press.)
Washington, July 9. Tha entente
erable ground along the Compegn
There has been considerable fight
ing along tha La basse Canal and north
of the Somme In th Picardy sector.
Berlin claims that British at both
government are now fully advised places were reoulsed.
of tha view of th Washington ad- The French and Italians continue
ministration aa to the .best means' to make rsoid stride in Albania and
of carrying out tha President's pledge 'may have turned the Austrian right
. ON FRENCH FRONT.
Tha French hit tha German linaa a
to "stand behind Kussia. It la un
derstood th project ia ' taking a
shape, which It ia hoped will counter
act German Influence and load the
people to rthabilitata thmse.vaa f
l.l- . i.i J : . I
-acivwg '""v- .m..hln bin. a.rl. I ..I.. I. . ..
Thr I reason to believe the pro- L,mMt H,,ii. h - p.i. -i.
PomI to nd American business men(th o..,,. wtr, d ,ft iv.
to carry terial aid to the Popl. j.y, of , ,, thnl,t to.
with armed guards to insur the w.,d the capital about month ago.
safety of ita personnel and supplies Th, ,.t.,k ... d-ii,,.,! ,on. .
from Germans, is forming th ' two nd a half mile front and at aom.
of negotiations between Washington .points more than a mile waa dug In
and th entents capitals. The mat- to enemy positions,
ter has iiwined a new phase. how- four hundred and fifty prisoners
ever, with a plan to make both com- were taken.
mission and guards international Inj Th area chosen for the blow was
composition, thus tending to d'sarm northwest of Compeign forest be
susplcion on th part of Rusiisns thst 'tween Montdidier and Ols.
any single power seeks sslftah gains.
m 9 m 9 9 i
On the Britiah front ther has bean
only raida and an tha Marne front
the Americans ar holding several
mile of line.
Paris today reports considerable
CAMPAICN FOR MORE EGGS.
Miss Pansy Jenkins haa returned i
to her hospital duties in Louisville.
Miss Louaia Woodruff, of W. 17th
treat, la visiting her uncle, Mr.
B.. V. Woodruff, of Jasonvilla, .Ind The Federal Food Administration
v liana. '" Kentucky ia making a special af-
i 7 . d Mr- " T- Dug"rty and family, 'ort to secure tha production of
(By Associated Press M(J ygy, Nm. Cny ,Bd Lna!"mor Eggs and better eggs," accord
Washington, July 9. Allthough Wade raft yesterday morning foi I'm announcement from th office
ad"tinl prohibition aa a war meas- LoussviU to be gone several days l Allen R. Carter, chairman of th
On their return they will stop ai pounry ana egg division, in uun
(By Associsted Press.)
London. July . A British eub-
niarin was slightly damaged
five of tha crew killed when th . waa discussed briefly in the Sen
craft was attacked by German sea
planes on the east of England, th
emergency agricultural appropriation
bill was not tsken up. There are no
indications tonight when the consid-
' oration amendment will begin, as the
Washington, July 9 Kentuckiana ' measure may be replaced by tha
in to-day army casualty list ar. telegraph and telephone control res-
si follows: olutions. When tha amendment
Killed in action PVT. THOMAS reached. Senator Penrose, of Penn-
at today, th. war prohibition amend- ""J"" " .
j Mlaa Ruby Stroube, of Osk Grove
mvn iv nm eleven minion ooiiars -, , j l u . w. , ,
family of Dr. N. C. Magraw, of
Cadia and friends in Graoey.
Dr. J. A. 8outha1l will leave this
morning for Baltimore, Md., to. be
absent about two day.
Misses Myrtha and Florence South
all ar vhutiag their sister, Mrs. Guy
Barneut, In Greenville.
Messrs. W. C. Davis and Norrii
Farmers of this and other rountiea
M.III It... bm nn.nilii.llH
. . I II.I, I VUUVIIUIUII IVII.f .V
a l.lril to lha horror or tna IraredY. 1 j. . j .v. ut.i ni KTiV of Mnnrli-J '.. iu.n.. i. .i ..
Thia ia cla-sed as the worst wreck r,rm Tiactor and -hat it will! Wounded severely. PRIVATE HO-!0r order made today against tha in-! " ' V " , ' 1
in th history of the Nashville, Chat- jn, ,br,. bif j. i. Cm p0W,iMKR WAMBL'RGEY. Fagan. 'elusion of it in the bill on the groundi ' '." . . . i.
lanooL'a A St. Louis Railway. Th ,u ... . Th. m.rin. cu.ltv li.t atM ..'.k.i it I i.i.u.i u-j! Franc, th little baby daughtei
' i aaisu uviiiH V IW nuin Wl II 1 1 La gvuu l - . wmm kvhi-i ii,BiaajtivH iia inu
srrte w ill do Heir duty, and if they utt '"" u Pu,"a mulea and three men. Thia demon- miasing in action Private Golden
do tlnir :ul fmrly there ia nothina'"' l00 mnn ,n"n t0 bo,,le harln'f , stiation will be given bv J. E. BouU-lMn'80'iry. of Lawrenceburg.
!.rt everyone remember that the
I'nited Statm (Government la in!
.1..... ..I th. t' . c-.,; - :
The eoinmittec,1"1 n.irnasing pariors eariv w.... Thit tract..r and plow were driven;
bodies of whit victim were at the
in ('hrintian county.
are but private and ar merely car
rying out tha inxlrurtions of tha
the (invrrnment if the heavens fall
without aupolngy to anyone, and the . ,,lenti"'
a rea.iy Keen recoverea. ln Agani ior ChrUtian and Todd
Asset ThiHy While Maa Die. !,unt on the farm of F. M. Dull
Between twenty and twenty-nve th. Sm1i1. ,m .... r... rn.A .k
I mile from Casky.
afternoon and it ia not believed th' through the
to persons silica - qujt,
Those thst wer not ; jn.
-i, . . i . j
i LmuuKn riLY lim i v h iiti rrnira
number of whit, persons killed "-uit a sensation and much comment.
h h h h
FOLLOWING THE FLAG
to an appropriation measure in viola
tion of the rules.
RED CROSS AUXILIARY.
government has ' requested every
county in the United States ta Hal
the slarkrrs, and Christisn county !P'"nt her
will carry out these instructions
and ther is no occasion for anyone
ricept the slacker to b excited ov
inia Imliv. I
your cars, two sleepers tilul l i
roaches of train No. 1 did not leave
. i. - . i l iv i t..., I : t I .t.M
.. i- .1 , Ther wer very few passe n .
. , , lV.n. oi iria trsAt'ior in Kiiia lvi u.i- t:..wi w. i-
I Cstiniir ?y mi tiairu yt mum man
Ht'tion IB m mood omrn for tha fa .... tv.n l i
i . . ,1,. --k i u i u pi. fvcriiMjj nvvkj rriTu uir
had been Ukn from th coach carry- in n,,try ,-d will do much to Jv Versess
hig men from Memphis to the powder h-. ,ulv. ,h, Ubor and mule short, i '
a.tr. A far u noautihl farmpri ! t.i. n.. I. k..
n v..-in..:il n. t : " I vn, timm ivvui iiwu
w" .should witness this demonntrstlon. from Louisville, h.vi-g been aciepted
wer in th wreck. .Lieut. Don N. . . 'for the nav
Long, was killed, and Lieut. J. l. "WALKING MUN" WILSON i r n,Vy"
j of MV. and Mrs. Hopson, of th!
Rosa School vicinity east of town j
ta dangerously 111 of colitis at the
home ef M.r Fannia C. Hille, tht
child' grandnuthe. in Hide Flats.
Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Minty will
leave today aa a trip to Toronto
Miss Lida Wilkinson, of Cadii
's visiting Mrs. Will Kimmons.
Miss Klitabcth Butler, of Elkten
A Rs.l Cn.is Auxiliary was or
ganised Wednesday, p. m., at the
home of Mrs. U R. Cayce. Mesdames
T-.m Rurwr. n.l T R Kl..nn .f k. '
Longvicw Auxiliary assisted in th
orzanixation and Miss Frances Sum.
mars of Hopkinsvilla had charge of,' ltinf Miss Edith Rice.
tha 'knitters" and gav them quite: Mr- Bd Mn- J- A' Thoma and
icniiuren, OI Piamiima, mwm TiaiLina m
"Egg from Kentucky, if proper
ly taken car of, should commanJ
Just aa good price aa eggs from any
other stat in th anion, for th hens
in Kentucky ar Just aa good aa th
hen in any other a tat and produc
Just as good eggs. It ia what tha far
mers, the country merchants snJ
dealers do to the eggs after they hsv
been produced by tha hens that caus
es the damage," said Mr. Carter, whe
gave seven rules, which, if observed,
will result in eggs being worth more
to the fsrmer. Th rules given fol
low: Produce infertile egg by remov
ing the rooster from th flock in the
Provide clean nests and keep egg
Gather the eggs twic daily during
th summer, to prevented them from
being heated by th hsn.
Keep them in a cool, dry place '
away from flies.
Market them at leaat twic each
Insist that they be bought on
Andrews, Jr., escaped with slight in-i
v HELD NOT A VAGRANT ' Prentice Thomas, of the U. S. ma-
I -- irines, will arrive from Charleston, 8.
! Mnd'nvi:ij, I.'., July .- "Walk-c, today on a visit to his mother,
ling Mun" V ilon, former represent!
itive of Ilopl ins county in the legirla-. Edward Dabney, who has been tak-
. , i . , i fcu i w , ,iir.n i tmm on n vag-ran iiist tuui" in J fcJ ! n 111 m T I
crty of Mrs. Adolphus Busch, widow . . , . ,..cy charge, was acquitted by a jury i Sheridan, 111., ia home on n visit to
Notice has been given the alien pro-'
prrly culi(lmn's oflic that a form-
mov may b expected ia few
Hs tu recover possession of prop-1
the war hurt, save two elderly
la. lire in th sleeper, who wer badly
took fir and butned. There ar a
number of bodies in these, and it 'a
not known if any of the victims were
living when the flames reached them.
ef th millionaire St. Louis brewer,
lnLaH ntfrr rei-rnllv h J In .ni'Rrn.
. Tk. .Ini.- -Ml nn ....In . I... "-" P-
ni.nis .. Two cars, er whut was left of them.
pn". I'umi im m wn, iii-
sen and that her king stay in Grr
many with rslntivse should not af
fect hT property rights.
If the. Franco-Italian push in Al
bania keep up, th Auatriana will
fyn he giving out another Mac
nian cry to "Com over and help.
Th telegraph strike, btgua on
Monday was railed off th sum day,
at Chicago, complete failure.
Maay Nafro Workaiea.
Kashvilla, July 9. Nearly alt of
the 100 fatalit.ee in th head-on col
I sion to-day between two passenger
train near Nashville, were negro
workmen on local from Nashville
i n ita way to work at a near-by powd
er plant. Tha other train was an
(express from Memphis and the west
in tha vnun'y court. The trial at- hia parents.
trarted a gi tat crowd and "Walking!
Mun," who is still tha same-unique' Asa E. Stinnett bas written hit
character of old, had many witnesses mother, Mrs. J. M. Harned, of Hon
in his behalf. Iy Grov, informing her of his safe
lie recently worked two days on'nrHval overseas,
the streets for ths city and when he
was paid he turned hia check over to '' Bu W,r wi" h
the Red Croaa. He ia a present wait-! ternoon fr Norfolk. Va., wher the
Th Auxiliary -a. i,.rt.l wiik1 Miss Daisy Grace has
seventeen uaid un ....mher. mA ur-n-'from a vlait of several days to Bel
pacts for a good many more. Officer . Mr- Harry Cat. Jr.. in Nash
Ing on tables at a local cafe.
will take up Red Cross work la oc
of the naval hospitals for convalescent.
With American Army in France A card haa been received by Mr.
July 8. Alan Ash of Chicsgo, a mem nd Mrs. W. R. West that their son,
her of the Lafuyett flying squsdron,;' " B. Wt. has arrived aafely ever
has been killed in combat with saver- was. He ia a member of Battery B
al German machines over Soisaons 32S L. F. A., American Kxpedition-
The announcement ha been made ,.4 (ftv tw engine reared anJ Hi machine when fhlllng was seen ta ry Forces.
thai no 1918 registrant will be called
Vnr uniform belongs to Unci
IS.' .a. )uu ar It caretaker. Ra-ravml'-f,
'a ttitrh in tune eaves
f.ll beside track, the heavy coaches
of the xprs ploughed through bag
:Tg ear of the accomodation and
demolished two other coache.
Every time you peel your potato?
rate, tha kaisar thanks you.
burst Into flame.
Warren T. Hobba of Worchester
Mass., snothsr member of th Lafay
ette flying eouadron. waa killed June
24. rorred to fly low because of n-i Christian county will snd tOO Be
gin trouble, be was brought do n hy groes July 18th and Hopkins 171
anti-aircraft guns. I on the IVth.
an enuiusisstic senu off. th dUpos-iV'". - - ""nll.iitv ....ll k..,.
ed of her entir. stock of knitting." tL.iT" LW whTZ be.n! The m.ny reason, why e.g. should
needle, and distributed .ixleen h.nU ""..Tv HI h?, Tom. on ta' ""died also are .xpUinby Mr.
of yarn. Ther, wor. .i.ht shirt. , J'.S Carter. Without candling, it U Im-
started and Ufl for next meeting plk. ta sightly '" b,. to t, the v.lua of a. eg.
which w.ll be at th. Beverly Khool."J d" ot tm,J without breaking It. Tha mors f.n-
uuuuing neunesaay p. m. " " . . ,'eral candlin. of n haa not only r-
icivea ins aeaier oi a auroea, oui n
has resulted in giving th fsrmer who
sells good gg th benefit ef bis
csr and foresight. No longer do egg
producers suffer a loas on account of
bad sgg marketed by a few. The
osa now goes wher it belong. Th
careful producer will get ntor and
th 'consumer will pay lea. Every
egg shipped or sold must be At foi
"A bad e.g feed nobody, brings
no profit to anybody and help n
ly th nemy," asserts Mr. Carter
wete elected aa follows:
Mrs. J. O. Steger, Chairman.
Mrs. K. U Msjor, Vice Chairman.
Mrs. Hugh Major. Treasurer.
Miss Mjia Word, Secretary.
FIGHTING IN ALBANIA. .
Rome, July Italian and French
troops in Albania on July 6 began an
operation between the coait and the
Ton? -lea valley, tha Italian war of
fice announced today. The operation
ia still in full and aatwfactory devel
opment, the statement adds. Mere
thsn a thousand prisoners have be a,
taken by the entente allied forces.
LIEUT. AVIATOR KILED IN ILL.
Belleville, III, June 9 Lieut. R.
II. Fawcctt. U year old. ef Alexan
dria. Va., was InsUntly killed at sev
n o'clock last night and Cadet La.
ter H. Cox of New York waa slightly
injured when thtir airplan want i,,
to tail spin and fell 600 feet to 4V
ground, about two mils soutij 'ia
ef Svutt field her. a' i
i - t r
vill and gon to bsr bom at Kirk
Mr. Low Johnson is very tick al
his home oa North Main street.
Mr. David Smith, of Fruit Hill
is suffering again from another se
ver attack of heart treuble.
Dr. and. Vrs. U A. Tata are spend
ing th summer at thsir country
horn a ta Cktrksvilla pik thr
mile froa uVa city.
' CLASS BUSINESS MEETING
Th Buaut Mta's Bible Class f
th Mthdit Sunday iSchool will
now a usinsa meeting tomorrow
night (Allowing prayer meeting. Ev
ery mrabr should b present Come
P"yr mealing If
TWO NEW TEACHERS
FOR CITY SCHOOLS
M a Camilla Aliens worth aaJ
Doris C'laggett. both graduatea af U
you can, but Hmh School. wr lcted yeaUrday
com t th dasa meeting ayway. It . t n vacanclas In th faculty of th
will ugin Immediately following ad-gr,j-4 -f th city schools. Tha v.
JUramant of prayer meeting, which Caueiv war ereaUd by tha fstlor
f be alt nine o'clock. D not', dM Jtobbie Terry and Miaa Ellsa
"it tba tim or plac.
Wast rvlaimd la grjwd iKain-
Davlaon. to accept
Tk twin U-boaU and waslefuK
nV-Vr nienac t th aUi. j