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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 21 May 1919

edta&day Afternoon, May 21, 1 1 r r. hi 1 1 a; 4 ft 'o menf rick. Pla I 7 ' ii .and - S Don't build L. Richmond Dally Register 8. M. SAIFLET, Editor ud Proprietor Entered at the postofTice In Richmond as aecond class mail matter under Act of Congress of 18TS. POLITICAL. ANNOUNCEMENTS The Daily Register Is authorized to announce the following candidates for nomination, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary. August 2, 1919: For Representative H. C RiCE. T. H. COLLINS " For Representative in Congrena subject to the action of the Democratic Earty and the special election to be eld August 2 1919. in the Eighth Con gressional district: CHARLES A. HARDIN, of Merrer county. You Can t Cure Rheumatism f With Liniments and Lotions Tcriurinjr Pains Promptly Return in All Their Intensity Ton may as well throw your lini ments to the winds, if you expect them to rid you of the pangs of rheumatism. In fact, the sooner you discard forever the use of all forms cf local treatment, the so...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 21 May 1919

Print H.a Dit?y Register. Richmond Marfenn Gwmtv. KrtQc Wednesday Afternoon, Way 2 1 , 1 9 19 rnrv 1 i) m SMhg QusMef Orchestra MAY 22 and 23 ADMISSION: THURSDAY EVENING 35 cts; FRIDAY NORMAL AUDITORIUM AFTERNOON 15 cts; FRIDAY EVENING 50 els 1 Mill 9 El 1 1 i f floras Soloists MP THINK ABOUT WINTER COAL NOW IS THE TEE F. H. GORDON PHONE TYRNTY EIGHT SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Missionary Society Entertnincri. The Missionary 5ocIety of the First Tiaptist church, hi: " p. r-.-3t "e!isrhtful meeting with Urs. G. V. Evans Friday afternoon, with nr-ont 25 menbers present, ar.i ...a. B. Y.'alker. a guest of iho ocietv. The meeting was led by I'--. " " "-"giisn ' .topic was "Utilizin- X.iterature." The Society has engaged the services ot Hiss Brown, a graduate of the training school in Louisville, to be here for the summer months, and we are sure she will be a great stimulus to the work. Mrs. Evans served delirious refresh ments at the conclusion of the pro pram and was assisted V-y Miss Ourra le...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 21 May 1919

. , li.J L.Uk.. 1, lu .J, 1,. i tCU..i;', -i - i 5 V , t : - "I ill t -in l if mi 4 1 i J 5 4 A ii f r r J- -i ) i ! i 1 ft) V? M ; ! v.i . .i I : ' I - - At t ; t m MR. OHADWlClv'S LECTURlS ' (Continued from First Page) canklud; and Mrs. Eddy defines Christ u aivma roan l tea tat ion oi uod. which comes to the flesh to destroy incarnate error f (Science and Health. D- 583) Because' Christian Scientists 1 under stand the divinity of the Christ they are enabled to heal the sick and reform the sinner-. Ko wonder Solomon said: "Get wis dom: and with all thy getting get un derstanding. Jesus did not advise- us to acuuire a human knowledge of di ; sease in order to heal disease. He did ' not counsel his followers to study med ical works In order to cope intelligent ly with the ills of the flesh. He did not say to study what the world says about . sin . m order to avoid its experience. "What did he say? ' This: "Seek ye first tne Kingdom or Uod. and nis right ' eousness:" which is eauival...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 22 May 1919

...... .v.:, . . ... . . ;,t ,v,.v -. ... .v.:V;: " :ly.; -V .-. f ,P'-W,4- ':;:.';v vt.'4; I Print Shovln Throu':;i ft- '"vV ' - V DSniiiiiiSlf A 1 II I 1 X I I Established 1 865 53d Yeai ITALY GETS 111 SPOTLIGHT AGAIN ... ..': A Allies Wamt T KmoW Wly She Lamd- rd Troopa I Turkey aid Orland Becomes Personal. (By Associated Press) Paris, May 22 It is learned that the United States, Great Britain, and France have Bent a note .to Italy re questing an explanation of the land ing of Italian troops in Turkeyi Pre mier Orlando is said to have replied after a sharp personal incident dur which he objected to the presence of Premier Venizelos pf Greece. Hie lat ter withdrew. -. - - The Italians landed forces at Adalia Budrum and Makri during' the period when Orlando withdrew from the peace conference, - making landings without notice to the "allies. The nature of the Italian reply and whether it is acceptable . - was not known this forenoon. The towns nam ed apparently are in the vicinity o...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 22 May 1919

i The na;,vPr:Richmond. Madison Countv. Kv. Thursday Afternoon, May 22, 1919 : j " f i t? 1 f ': --i. .i. c..n:m. M.W Hnno rinnmff Sale, which will include every article in our W. can into ft. faMSt at -Ms"" cam w. w. mmim. - TVTTSSSLEIafca; .1 . .M. heanliM .nudity, oerlect 5tore-no matter how large or howjnnal The;, to Furniture to be found b or finish JSi a, it is g..d furniture, we have it at a price that awaiting your command. No matter "h do,,, flors 0f our store, and select at your leisure ezactly what suiU yon to HI the smallest or yoawoddnotbeh.veposs.bU You m6 l ffie dignified and courteous credit plans the biggest want for your Ume. SZlt, bother or embarrassment of any kind. W. consider your account open as soon as yon open the door Te mrbul rre a r Zktu W. allow 7.- to enjoy and us. the things you purchase to your heart', content while you are paymg. Cm. and dOOr. WemaKe DUyingncrc rticoipit i . i CIKJ J L0 ,11 r nwW trilnrre Parlv In trip seasftn . see this wonderful di...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 22 May 1919

'f j The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky., Thursday Afternoon, May 22, 1919 i t- l(ffP Hi a. JV 5? M hi! Hi I i 11 is v ; -, f f : ft: j id t it ' X -r ' in4 ,!; - 'i trn I 1 4 . J- r . j! I:' i.t a : : f ; I ' -;-i h. . ? i ii' We come into the limelight again in Madison county, when we inaugurate for the first time a May House Cleaning Sale, which will include every article in our store--no matter how large or how small These things we show here are but a slight taste of the wonderful exhibition of: new style, beautiful quality, perfect Furniture to be found in our wonderful and tremendous May Sale now thrown open to the public The design you have for sometime dreamed of owning is jiow awaiting your command. No matter what style your h eart is set upon ; no matter what the wood or finish as long as it is good furniture, we have it at a price that you would not believe possible. You will love to roam through the spacious floors of our store, and select at your leisure ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 22 May 1919

' - 1.' THINK ABOUT WINTER COAL ' NOW IS THE TIME F. H.lfORDON PHONE TWENTY EIGHT SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Six O'clock Dinner. Mr. John Boothe, wno has Just re turned from overseas duty, was guest of honjr to a beautiful six o'clock din ner Tuesday evening. In the home of Prof, and Mrs. G. D. Smith, on High street. Other guests invited were Mr. and. Mrs. Walter Q. Park, Mrs Webb, and Mr. Lyles. of the Eastern Normal, Miss Geneva Park, and Mr. Holton Park. Luchera for Mrs. Henry White. A most pleasant and enjoyable occa sion was that of the afternoon of May 20th, when Mrs.. George Goodloe gave What About Children's Shoes That's a question it's to your advantage to answer right now. ' You'll find special prices on our entire stock of infants' and children's shoes that mean a big saving of money if you buy now. And you couldn't buy better shoes than we have here.. They are Educator and R. T. Wood make, you know what those names mean fine quality leather; long wear. . .. Just bring the child...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 22 May 1919

ill; i ' ' ' i t ; -i i ' :-.:. t . t?-;c.u- 1 f i t - Mi -f V .5 'I J ,ii I. J f: it 1 "T " " 1 ' : ; V; TTie Daily RetcRU W viuwu I -J WOOL nWU ,v. . .. -i.--- i '. ... .. ' - )' : IAMES H. PEARSON Real Estate ul Lire Stack Aaetteaeer Brci7 Sato a Specialty Ami , Satlatactlaa Gaaraateed RICHMOND, KT. . PHOHB 8T MADISON ELECTRIC CO. WIRING FIXTURES SrPPLlES Diatrlbatera af Dele Marat Pradacta - Oar best adVertlseaaeat la a plcaaed enataaser. Office ave Weatera Vnlaa RICHMOKD, KT. - - - FHOJfK 144 JEWELRY" 0 Ccata aa the Dallar aa-red hy Bay las Jewelry tram JOR BO SEN BERG. Established 189. Bararalaa la Els-la aad Waltaam Wateaea, ete, 141 Water Street. Just arenad the caner traai ITaper, LEXISiGTOJT, KT. MYERS & TURNER ELECTRIC WIRING AND . SUPPLIES Office at Joe Header's Shep. 2d 8 tree. . Paoae mr aee as far eatlmatea. Satlsfaetloa amaraateed PHONE 433-.. RICHMOND, KT. DR. J. B. MILLION PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Otflee Uaatalra STer Bnlldlas; East af Alkamara Taeatre. slain Stre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 23 May 1919

S;;3'.--C: J EP MIS Established 1865 53d Yeu -JJp. 148 khoiond, !)aKsoii CaesAfp jCentucky, Friday Aiternoon, May 23, 1919 Single Gpy Five Cents M(D TEM, T GERMANY HAS HERSELF TO BLAKE For Ceadltlems Which M like. Termta Peace Treaty Swmr7i Alllea Tell Bui I Reply T Protest. (By Associated Press) Paris, May 23 Germany's econom ic status under the peace treaty terms is the result of her behavior, particu larly through her ruthless submarine warfare, the allies informed Von Brockdorff-Rantauz, answering his note on the economic questions. The allied answer, made public today with the text of the German note, is nega tive. It points out that the German plea is exaggerated and ignores the fundamental considerations which led to imposition of the terms. It de clares German submarines sunk near ly 13.000.000 tons of world shipping of which the allies hope to make Ger many reoay only 4.000.000 tons.- Re sponsibility for this shortage is plac- ed directly upon uermany ana tne German share i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 23 May 1919

1 i i :y '.., The, Daily Register, RiAmond, Madison County, Ky. Friday Aftenrnoon, May 23, 1919 ' ' When Yon Bnfld : Anything of Concerte -' Sidewalks, Curbstones, Porch Steps, Cellar ; Floors, Foundations, Fence Post, EcL, we recommend that yon use N Old Dominion Portland Cement L. 1. EBDainitioin) i . .r ( ; .'il : r 1 1 f ; I- -' if -; Richmond Daily Register S. M. SACFXEY, Editor aad Preprieter Entered at the poetoffice in Richmond as second class mall matter under Act of Congress of 1876. POLITICAL A N X Ol'XCEM E.VT S The Daily Register is authorized to announce the following candidates for nomination, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, August 2, 1919: K.r Repreaeatatlve. H. C RlCE. T. H. COLLINS For Representative In Congress subject to the action of the Democratic party and the special election to be neid August z 1919, in the Kigtitn con gressional district: of Merrer county. N CHAPXES A. HARDIN, DOICHBOIS" EVERYWHERE . (By Associated Press) Island of Mytilene...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 23 May 1919

The Daily Register.' Richmond, Madison County, Kcssscky Friday Afternoon,' May 23, 1919 , I rn 4W , f., M in: Soloists, String Quartet, 4'At":I MAY 22 and 23 NORMAL AUDITORIUM ADMISSION: THURSDAY EVENING 35 cts; FRIDAY AFTERNOON IS cts; FRIDAY EVENING 50 els NIGHT AT 8,00. 3 AATINEE AT Z'M the AW " " u . ; Orchestra. Chorus 0 YOUR NEIGHBOR HAS BOUGHT HIS COAL SEE ME F. H. GORDON SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Drliehtful Spcnd-the-Day. . Mm T . AV AliTftAr war nnntAna fn enjoyable spend-the-day Wednesday, at her home on the Lexington pike. . The rooms were beautiful in ' their decora tions of springr flowers. The center piece for the table was a large basket or white peonies. A delightful three course dinner was served to which the guests did full justice Included in the invitation were Mrs. Sant Oldham, Mrs. II. M. Miller, Mrs. Mary Bates Miller. airs. T. ti. Collins. Mrs. Eettie Harber, Mrs. w. A. Lane-ford. Mrs. Mary Sulli van, and Misses Lizzie and Margaret Wilmore. - Mr. J. Morgan Evans ma...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 23 May 1919

I Print Shoving Through 15. The Pa3y Register, TScKmond, Ma&on Cotsty, Ky Friday Afternoon, May 23, 1919 it l SENATOR SIIEOUI .i :- ' Ml " ; j ! v iif - f r'i - ERUPTS AGAIN (By Associated Press) Washington. May 23 Senator tThat,s just what Tve always wished a cigarette would do satisf9 Sherman, republican, of Illinois, today introduced a resolution declaring it the sense of the Senate that the cov enant of the League of Nations be separated from the peace treaty when it is submitted for ratification. Acr tion was postponed. , ii :r.t TOIIIFORCE DRY LAWS ' - V p. t - Si. ,! Ml it J I flf M-I'.igli m .mm '.v - t V! . r mi H 4 ! if If 5 1 u s, J ' V. : iril L ii: t .4. j- :--f ' ' f : f V41 i.. The feature t)f Chesterfields is that they be gin where other cigarettes Jeaye off. . . In other words, besides pleasing the taste, Chesterfields go 'em all one better they sat isfy! Just like a long drink of cold water sat isfies when you're downright thirsty. No other cigarette can give y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 24 May 1919

s1 Srude& prir. Established 1865 53d Year No. 149 SichmoQd, Madison County, Kentucky, Saturday Afternoon, May 24, 1919 Single Copy Five Cents f UM(DlMl!ffl) ..." IT ?-. t '.At sects - i I the 1 .- NO OPPOSITION FOR JUDGE HARDIN WILL SHANKS TO EXPLOSIONS "HEARD BILLION NEEDED FOR RAILROADS BRILLIANT CLOSE IFAREWELL PARTIES TO OPPOSE OLDHAM III PETROGRAD! TO MUSIC FESTIVAL JOHN BARLEYCORN From Dessoerats aad BcpikUcut May Net Make Xemiaatloa ' Axalut '" Him Declares For Wesaaa Suffrage No other candidate having: anonunc ed against him by May 21st, the date fixed by the District Committee, Judge Charles A. Hardin, of Mercer county, "will formally be declared the Democratic nominee for Congress in the Eighth district when the sub-committee meets at Nicholasville, June 5. Although Attorney King Swope, of Lexington, who claims Boyle as his home, has been endorsed for the re publican nomination, it is said to be extremely doubtful if he becomes a candidate. The Eighth district is norma...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 24 May 1919

r. The Daily Register. Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Saturday Afternoon, May 24, 1919 t .1.5 ; : f ; " 5 J if 1 - s i" i ' .1- ;' . .. I . 1 i I When You Birild Anything of Concrete Sidewalks, Curbstones, Porch Steps, Cellar Floors, Foundations, Fence Post, Ect., we recommend that you use Old Dominion Portland Cement Isai BBariton Richmond Daily Register S. M. AI FLEY, Kill tor and Proprietor j Entered at the postoffice in Richmond -as second class mail matter under Act I j' Congress of 1875. j POLITICAL JtXXOUXCESIEXTS i The Pui'.y Register is authorized to j announce the following candidates for j nomination, subject to the action of the i Democratic Primary. August 2, 1919: i For ltercscniative. H. C KICK. I T. IL COILIXS I For Representative in ConRrfM f subject to the action of the Democratic party and the special election to be held August 2 1919, in the Eighth Con gressional district: i of Merrer county. CHARLES A. HARDIX, ; DOl'ni:OYS' EVEBVWI1KHE i (By Associated Press...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 24 May 1919

Print The Da3v Register. Richmond, Madison County, Keacucl Saturday Afternoon, Maiy 24, 1919 ' 1 ! in f.i . .Ml u . j ' .V I. -, i. Ml ' . i it "f ' :- M ". ; H i ' 'I . i G When You Build Anything of Concrete Sidewalks, Curbstones, Porch Steps, Cellar Floors, Foundations, Fence Post, EcL, we recommend that you use Old Dominion Portland Cement L PL LB la sit n ' Richmond Daily Register 8. M. fAl FXEY, Editor amd Proprietor j Entered at the postoffice 1b Richmond as second class mail matter under Act .of Consresa of 1875. POLITICAL. AXNOITXCEMEXTS The Daily Register is authorized to announce the following- candidates for -nomination, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary. Aunust 2, 1919: For Representative. H. C KICK. T. H. COLLINS For Representative In Con err-as subject to the action of the Democratic party and the special election to be held August 2 1919. in the Eighth Con gressional district: of Merrer county. CHARLES A. HARDIX, - "DOUGnBOVS" EVERYWHERE (By Associated ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 24 May 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky. Saturday, Afternoon, May 24 1919 YOUR NEIGHBOR HAS BOUGHT HIS COAL " SEE ME F. H. GORDON nt French A wedding which created much sur- ;e to their many friends was that Jliss Katern Iunt and Mr. Ernest ench which took place at the Lie's home in Irvine. The cere- r.y was said by Rev. O. K. Noland - 21st. Ihe bride is the attrac- e daughter of Robert Hunt and ia ch loved by all her friends. The om is the oldest son of Mr. Curtis nch He has junt returned from ace. ihey came on to Richmond Sfcawer t Irvine. Mrs. Elmer Tata entertained Thuri. day at a linen shower on her lawn in honor of Miss Barbara Witt, the briae elect of Harris Park. Invitations foi forty were issued. First, tea towels napkins sent by Miss Witt's grand mother, Mrs. Richardson, were hem med. Then , each guest was-requested to draw a picture of a uride. The prize, a linen handkerchief, was pre sented to Miss Witt. The consolation' prize a fancy paper of rice, was award ed...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 24 May 1919

. - 1 ' i J ' XI' . . j ii 31 f. m '! 1 ; .'; " - - - - .v The Daily Register, FGchmond, f.ladbon CresSy. Ky Saturday Afternoon, May 24, ' I 'Unusual Values in Glbthes 1 ;V'jFor y Summer I! qc-miu) .jf y You always know when you buy here that II if", V ' . you get good merchandise; .that's the only kind -; 1 1 A-. L J. S. STAN1FER J You always know when you buy here that you get good merchandise; .that's the only kind we buy for you. Just now we have a lot of suits in summer weight fabrics that we're offering to you at exceptionally low prices. There are a lot of Hart Schaffner & Marx -Dixie Weaves among them; clothes -that will keep you cool and well dressed at the same tone; all-wool and beautifully tailored. Other suits in Palm Beaches; all of them' specially priced. If you knew what we know about these exceptional values you'd "get yours" in a hurry. There is a big saving on these for you. ' See if you don't say we're right. . .. . COLORED COLU9I9 J. W. Cobb) -The County Con...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 26 May 1919

7i .1. 7 :'' A.-' Print Show In- Through .: ir Established 1 86553d Yeai No. 1 50 Kschmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Monday Afternoon, May 26, 1919 Single Copy Five Cent? MMMZ mm e: HAWKER SAVED BYDAI1ISH SHIP Daring Aviator and . Companion Were Picked Up Last Mon- day Afternoon. -.' (By Associated 'Press) London, May 26 r The official statement concerning dispatches of rescue of Harry G. Hawker and Lieut. Commander Macken zie Grieve, says, they alighted close to' a steamship, and were forced to descend owing to a de fect in the water circulation of their motor ; that both men are in perfect health and that the air plane in which they endeavored to fly from New Foundland across the Atlantic was not saved. They ; were picked" up in mid-ocean last Monday and landed in Scotland. r JAVA VOLCANO - KILLS 15,000 - (Br Associated Press) Amsterdam, May 26 Kalnut volcano in Java has' j burst into' eruption, wiping out 20 villages in the Brengat district and 11 in the vicinity of Blitar,' cau...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 26 May 1919

Print Slin . Through -'. ; ? . Established 1865 53d Year No. 150 Richmond Madison County, Kentucky, Monday Afternoon, May 26, 1919 Single Copy Five Cent? t HAWKER SAVED BYDAI1ISII SHIP Daring Aviator . and . Companion Were Picked Up Last Mon- day Afternoon. ; ..' By Associated "Press) ' London, May 26 The official statement concerning dispatches of rescue of Harry G. Hawker and Lieut. Commander Macken zie Grieve, says they alighted close to' a steamship, and were forced to descend owing to a de fect in the water circulation of their motor ; that both men are in perfect health and that the air plane in which they endeavored to fly from New Foundland across the Atlantic was not saved. They were picked up in mid-ocean last Monday and landed in Scotland. r JAVA VOLCAtIO - KILLS 15,000 bin (By Associated Press) Amsterdam, May 26 Kalnut volcano in Java has' burst into' eruption, wiping out 20 villages in the Brengat district and 11 in the vicinity of ' Blitar," causing deatns estmated at ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 26 May 1919

ft Established 1865 53d Yeai HAWKER SAVED BYJAIIISII SHIP Daring Aviator and . Companion Were Picked Up Last . Mon day Afternoon. v". (By Associated "Press) London, May 26 The official statement concerning dispatches of rescue of Harry G. Hawker and Lieut. Commander Macken zie Grieve, says they alighted close to' a steamship, and were forced to descend owing to a de fect in the water circulation of their motor ; that both men are in perfect health and that the air plane in which they endeavored to fly from New Foundland across UlC iiuouuv, wo,a uui saftu. x ntjr : were picKeaup in mia-ocean lasi Monday and landed in Scotland. r JAVA VOLCANO - J i KILLS 15,000 (Br Associated Press) Amsterdam, May 26 Kalnut volcano in Java has' burst into eruption, wiping out 20 villages in the Brengat district and 11 in the vicinity of Blitar," causing deatns estmated at .15,000, according to a Central News dispatch. , ' VICTORY LOAN WENT $750,000,000 OYER THE TOP (By Associated Press) - Washington, ...

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