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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f1t1lIfMtNEREA 00 L E TUPPER Manprl- htertd at tM rbdapkeef nrrea KII Of iecosd Nat nauaatkr 1111111 III 11111111111111 I t VOL VII Fire cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 7lu05 One dollar a year NO 25 run FIRST CAIIIN This ihswt the Sctioolhoui on the sans Rfclge fur It hd teen enlarged to become the Ant home of llereu College j Growth ofBora The liltlo cnbin pictured above was too birthplace of ngreot inuli lutlon Borea Collage hun not grown IxcaiiRo everybody spoke well of it nor because it has powerful friends but it has grown through tho furor of Almighty God Iwscauso it WAS conducted in accordance with the principles of ills Word for the benefit of humanity Benin is especially the poor mans college It welcomes the boy or girl who has a bravo heartland nn honest purpose and n desire to im proveThe Institution has so many classes and BO many departments that it is able to give the very best educational advantages to every comer The winter term opens on Wed nesday morning January 3rd with Chapel exercises at 8 oclock The I UIII nOI1lNIIOlf Dean of Wont office will be open the day before at 2 p m for the reception of students There is every prospect of an un usually largo attendance Thos who desire to secure the advantage of Berea for the coming year shouh be on hand promptly and it would IMJ well to writo in advance eendinf SI as a deposit to secure a good room For fuller information 01 friendly ndvico write to Secretary Will C Gamble Borea Madinot Couuty Kentucky ruoF iiAiru UIOUT Director of MUSIC Pleasure end Money In Mutlo Prof Rigby whoso picture ap pears above is not only the best inimical artist but also the befit 1trucker and manager of the Musi that Herea has known t The npooinl advantages of a who are taking n connie of study In Berea urn great in many lines but in nothing greater than in music Singing in choral classes is offered withoutoxlra charge Jto nil Boron students Besides this there is the i opportunity to tako special work in voice culture or instrumental music at fees less than half those charged in Richmond and other nearby towns Every person who expects to teach should lo able tolea r singing and there is at this time the greatest opportunely for women who will become proficient in the use of the cabinet organ to earn money by giving lessons in the vicinity of their own homes How many places there are whore a cabinet organ stands un usedor poorlused for lackof knowledge Any one who has n good car for music can by a fow terms of instruction nt Borea assure himself or herself of a good income from giving lessons on the cabinet organ We know of no other school which- taken such care for the health of it students healthful locution health ful living and doctor and trained nurse without charge if one is sick Read thin educational number of the Citizen through and see if you do not want it for u weekly visitor in your family THE CITIZEN Bar Hu Something Good For Student Every Bcrca College is now so veloped and hUll HO large a IIIIP of departments and teachers thorII is able to offer thu best kind of Htructlon to everystudont Tim Model School For those least advanced there IIIi 11Schoolllof Prof Edwards- In these schools nil the common branched nro taught through a variety of gradi s so that every student may bo placed with others of the SIIIIIH degree of advancement where he will fuel at home nut ho able to make tilt most rapid progress Aud besides the regular teachers in the Model Schools nil of whom have been carefully selected mid trained for their work instruction is given in this department by Btntral- Collego professors Prof Rigby iu Music Prof Mason in Gardening Mrs Hill in Howe Science otcIBesides this Model School stu dents all havo regular training boys in the use of tools and girls in the householdarts And furthermore those who desire it and are qualified can omit a part of their Model studies and learn a trade which will put them in position to make money and bo independent It will thus bo seen that tho stu dents in tho Model Schools of Boron College have practically tbo same I advantages as students in the ads j ranted departments All a matter of I fact many young people have re I celved such education in these schools as to qualify them for tho largest usefulness and success in life The tftllfnlI practlenllIin tho Academy Hero are two varieties of study one course of study which is laid out distinctly with the enterjparatory Course begin Latin and other branches which will be pursued for several years making the broad foundation for advanced scholarship And it may bo hero remarked that students whohavo prepared for col I loge at Baron are not only ready to- I enter Bares Collogo but to enter with 1 high rank tho blot colleges in tho I North But besides this Preparatory Ac ademy Course there is a general Academy Course designed to give the quickest and best immediate prepara tion for a useful and successful lifo tho boat combination of studies whicji a person can take in two parR This course includes such practical studies Bookkeeping Letter writing Out linen of the Worlds History Civil Government Physiology and Health the Science of Wealth Science of Conduct etc etc Any Academy student can also I take in this regular course tho scion tide studieswhch mala good farm I erIlch as Botany Fruit RuiHiiig youngladiestug Nursing Music j This English Academy Course is fullof interest and it should be the aim of every ambitious manor young woman to gatdunan from this course if they are not taking one of the longer courses The Coinmetrl Court A Commercial Course in also Often od under Academy management This extends over two yeaINjA1- I forms filled with the moat interesting and important studies fitting the student for business life Either year or either roll or winter term ift very profitable ovnu if tho whole courco cannot lx taken Thoro are two types of this Com mercial Course Some students will wish to devote a Ihrgo part of their time to stenography and typewriting others who do not expect to bo clerks or correspondents will not care for tho stenography and typewriting but will want the Commercial Arithmetic the Bookkeeping Letter writing the Science of Wealth and like subjects which prepare a man for active busi ness Tho College fees for the Busi ness Course are larger than for other courses 15a term or 40 for tho year CourIThe ColleglM Beren College offers long and thorough Collegiate courses courses which rank with those of the best institutions of tho North Boron has too largest college library in Ken lucky It has Chemical Physical equippedfor eachsuse ofexpensivo apparatus In all the departments systomutlcallyI collegiate course at Bcrea and go to the great universities for professional training havo invariably taken high uDki iNI IIPYL TO UK UKUICATKII JANlAUY 7lli This Chapel his been built by the labor of laudenu It contain a large audience room Htit ng propte a smaller room eating xo people tbrre Sunday room aeat ing iuoca h- It U HIed tearaajd lighted by electricity L I c in Ibeavenlg clfatber fntenbs Goo Vbinos tot 20U in the 1lew JJJeau 1906 = C = 0 i rROr JntI nit IUKnRIL Inol IiNR1iOItR Dr llnbbell i Dean Gt the Pollejrtatr Department Cud vSwrre utrnI Jrof IMnswore I neon of tbf Deftett Department Irof Nnlt is liton of ike Arailrwy OSUCHtII Till LADIES Bill Thla Hall ccntamt the office of the Dean of Women other public rooms and accommodation for Ma girl its diningroom with djnnct diningroom adjoining flrtn table accomodatiunN for Sue boarder CLASS or BTIDKSTS JIDGINO STOCK The laMM U frui raWag itetkralilmg seer ma save el of sine people home tnanajtroent are adding thousaodi of dollars to the JHHMIH HIMI tIII1Ea A Family Newspaper Eight Pages ji 1 11 IllhIll 11111111 IIIII YOU WANT IT IN YOUR HOME THe CITIZEN Cleanest best print fullest news Advocate yf every good cause Information and inspiration for old and young Premium to every subscriber Send today ore dollar to the editor REV L E TUPPER Berea Ky The Citizen is glad to publish this educational number and show what Borea College is doing for the good of the community Tho Citizen again utters its warning against theMormnn who are still to be heard of in some places Wo know that is ninny cases thoy have deceived the people To any who will write us we will send papers giving the truth about MonnouisM n r Vnvv LINCOLN HALL Headquarters or the Collegiate Academe and Normal Departnieitf u MAKING MEN AND WOMEN A true inqu or a true woman is the noblest thing on earth God made tho world for man It is Tor man that the rivers flow and tho sun shines But so many men and women never come to what God in tended Some never grow as tall and strong as theyought to be And many others never become as capable as wiseas honorable or as good as they might be possiblWhniaccount iu the world Let us not thou miss our chances and opportunities If you dayIfdistrict have good shelter and good training The makingof good men and women is the chief occupation of God Almighty and we ought to do our share for ourselves and those we love And now we must plan for the coming winter Shall Wit all be not only better ofT but better ourselves when the winter is past It will be our neglect if we do not impruve the time r Till urts III ILIUNG Headquarters tor the MwJl Schools vLiniitn Ha tyenil TO BE IN REACH OF ALL Berea College places its advantages in rench ofall It slakes nothing on its boarders usos all it gets to provide good board and lodgings Its teaching is a free gift The incidental fee helps on tho large expenses for janitors insurance repair hospital library upIarntu tcuccossury in a firstclass institution The whole costincidental leo furnished room fuel lightswashingof beddingond towels is as follows For Grammar Schools Normal and English AcademyWINTER TERM 2700 First day 1835 which includes 1 deposit to be returned at end of term 2Sth day 000 50th day 5450 SPRING TERM 242 First day 1580 23th day 540 ROth day S4 05 NOTE For Grammar Schools textlxjeVs are furnished free Aced envy or Normal students taking Lallnpap Sf mote the first day and collegiate students pay is more Model adiool pupils belw the GrammAr grade pay i los The Treasurer is not allowed to give credityou must pay cash Strong willing and skillful students can often earn from fifty cents to a dollar a week They are paidon the days thoir second and third payments are due Send the Secretary 1 deposit today to secure n good room He will answer all questions and be in every way your friendWILL C GAMBLE Berea Ky HES GOING TO He hasnt done much as yet In faN he haint had a chance JIos sally trlng hard to get In a position to advance He knows ho ought to go to school Twould be the best thing ho could doBut wait awhile and Just keep cool Hes going to- Ile knows hli ways are hardly right In truth they cause him soma regret Hos going to drop the beys tonight Hes making his last cigarette Be knows he ought to be a man Hed be much better so thats true But dont get hasty with your plan Hes going to Week follows week time onward flies Month follows month the spring It gone The seasons change and summer dies While chilly autumn passes on Tho year is growing late and chill Theres much our old friend ought to da Rut watt awhile and just keep still Hes going to At last ah you can guess the lastI Ts such as you have heard before I The somber autumn long since pasted The heavy winter well nigh oer His sun of life li nearly set I His years porhap his days are few He ought to mend but dont you fret lIes going to I1lodD Bate In Chicago InterOcean Dri and I IByliVING BACHELLEB EIM n Holjfcn Dirrel of tie Bteutd les Etc t00fl1rCht not br tGuhbllolo1ec COmfl1 CHAPTER XX CoxTtxrED JItwas a fine day and a ride to re We had a warm sun a clear 4 sky and now and then we could feel the soft feet of the south wind romp- Ing over us In the river way Hero and there a swallow camp coasting to the ripples sprinkiin the holy water- I of delight upon as or a crows shadow I WE 1TAI TEn IEERtNQ AT THE GLOW THAT NtH SPRINKLED OUT IIIROVail ifVNV A PINHOLE APEUTURii- tilcwed silent across our bows Iti thrilled me to fa cantering beside the noisy Raplde du Plats or the wild I footed Oalloup two troops of water hurrying to the mighty battles of the sea We mounted reeling knolls and coasted over whirling dips and rushed to boiling levels and Jumped foamy ridges and went galloping In the rush and tumble of long slopes Let er rip I could hear Drl shout- Ing once In a while as he flashed up ahead of me Let er rip Consarn cr picturJ a great yell of triumph as we sowEci In a long stretch of still broad water Judas Priest said he as I came alongside thet airsrougher n the bos trail We came to Pateyvllle with time only i for a bite of luncheon before dark Wo could see no sign of life on the is land or the Canuek shore as we turned our bows to the south channel That evening the Innkeeper sat with us under a croaking sign our chairs tilted to the tavernside- D rl was making a moosehorn of birchbark as he smoked thoughtfully When he had finished he raised It to his lips and moved the flaring end In a wide circle as he blew a blast that rang miles away in the far forest- Er we beppen t git separated In any way shape er manner cept one said he as he slung It over his shoulder with a string ye 11 know purty nigh where I be when ye hear thet air thingYou said in any way shape cr manner cept one I quoted What do you mean by1 that My friend expectorated looking oft into the night soberly a moment Guess I did nt mean nuthin said he presently When I set out t say I autbin dont never know whero I m goln t land Good deal luk settln aall without a compass ThetAS one tcason I doEt never say much fore women Our geed host hurried the lagging hours wltk many a tale of the river end that island we were soon to visit once the refuse of Tadusac the old river pirate etc te told us with a cave now haunted hy some ghost We start i ed foriUwrshare near ten oclock the k Innkeeper leadlnfeus with a lantern its light flickering in a west wind The sky was cloudy the night dark Our host lent us the lantern kindly offer lag to build a bonfire on the beach atw 11 to light ua home Cvtfitl Ioret sell the Innkeeper i S ai we got aboard Aim straight fer th bead o th island Cant yc see It right over ycr heads there Mem ber they a awful rough water below Wo pushed off Dri leading I could sea nothing of the island but Drl had bolter eyes and kept calling mo as ho wont ahead After a few strokes ai the paddio I could see on the dark sky the darker mass of treetops Better light up I suggested We wore now close in Hush he hissed Then as I came up to him he went on whispering T aint bes t mok no noise here Don know none tew much bout this here business Don tnlIate we re goln t hey any trouble but If we dew Hark We had both heard a stir in the bushes and stuck our paddles In the sand listening After a little silence I heard Drl get up and step stealthily Into tho water and buckle on his sword Then I could hear him sinking the canoo and shoving her anchor deep Into the sand He did it with BO noise that CO feet away could have been distinguished from that of the ever murmuring waters In a moment ho camo and held my canoe while I also took up my trusty blade stopping out of the canoo into tho shallow water Then he shoved her off a little and sank her beside the other I knew not his purpose and made no question ot it following him as he strode the shore with measured paces the lantern upon his arm Then presently he stuck his paddle Into the bushes and mine beside It Wo were near the head of the island walking on a reedy strip of soft earth at the river margin After a few paces we halted to listen but hoard only tho voice of the water and the murmur of pines Then wo pushed through a thicket of small fir trcee to where we groped along In utter darkness among the big tree trunks on a mufflefooting After a moment or so we got a spray of light We halted peering at the glow that now sprinkled out through many a pinhole aperture In a fairy lattice ot Pino needles My heart was boating loudly for there was the promised lantern Was I not soon to see the brighter light of those dear faces It was nil the of thing I enjoyed thenthe atmos phere of peril and romancewild youth that I was It is n pity God knows I had so little consideration for old Drl tut ho loved me andwell he himself had some pleasure in excitement Wo halted for only a moment pushing boldly through a thicket ot young pines Into tho light A lantern hung on the bough ot a tall tree and beneath it was a wide opening well carpeted with moss and needles We peered off into the gloom but saw nothingDrl out a thoughtful breath looking up into the air coolly as he filled his pipe- Consarned if ever 1 wanted f have a smoke s bad n all my born days bo remarked Then ho moved his bolster turned tits scabbard and sat down quietly puffing his pipe with some look of weariness and reflection Wewere sit ting there less than five minute when we heard a footfall near by then and denly two men strode up to us in the dim light I recognised at ones the easy step the long lithe figure of lib lordship in the dress ot a cttlstn sav- Ing sword and pistols Ah good evening gentlemen said be quietly How are you Better thanthan when we saw you last I answered Drl had not moved he looked nt me with a sympathetic smile I presume said his lordship in that familiar lazy tone as he lighted a cigar there wasahgood room for improvement was there notT Abundant said I thoughtfully You were not in the best of health yourself that evening True said he II was in bad fettle and worse luck How aro the ladles Quite well saldhe blowing a long puff Ready to deliver them1 in quired Presently said he There aresomo formalities Which are1 I added quickly- A trifle of expenses and a condi tion said he lazily How much and what I Inquired as Drl turned his car Ono thousand pounds said his lordship quickly Not a penny more than this matter has cost me and his majestyWhat else said I This man he answered calmly with n little gesture aimed at DrL My friend rose struck his palm with the pipebowl and put up his knife Ef ye re goln f tek me said he better begin right off er ye wont her time fore breakfust Then he clapped tho moosehorn to his lips and blew a mighty blast It made the two men jump and set the near thicket reeling Tho weird bary tone went off moaning In the far wastes of Umber Its rush of echoes Lad begun I put my hand to my sabre for there in the edge of the gloom I saw a thing that stirred me to the marrow The low firs were moving toward us root and branch their twigs falling Gods of war it made my hair stand for a Jiffy to see the very brush take feet and legs On sea or land I never saw a thing that gave me so odd a feeling We stood for a breath or two then started back our sabres flashing for as tho twigs fell we saw they had been decorating a squad of the British They came on I struck at the lantern but too late for his lordship had swung it away Ho stumbled going to his knees the lantern hit the earth and went out I had seen the4uad break running earl way to surround us Drl grabbed my hand as the dark fell and we Trent plunging through the little pines hitting a man heavily who fell grunting We lied ran to hear the rattle ol i boats a shouting and quick steps oa tho shore Wo crouched a moment Drl blow tho moosehorn pulling me aside with him quickly after the blast Lights were now flashing near I could see little hopo for us and Drl I thought hall gone crazy Ho ran at the oncomors yelling Hey Rube at the top ot his lungs I lay low in the brush a moment They rushed by me Drl In the fore with fending sabre A tawny hound was running in the lead his nose down baying loudly Then I saw tho truth and made after them with all tho speed of MY logs They hustled over the ridge their lights flashing under For a jiffy I could see only here and there a leaping glow In the treetops I rushed on passing one who had tumbled headlong The lights below me scattered quickly and stopped I heard a great yelling a roar of muskets and a clash of swords A hush foil on them as I came near Then I heard a voice that thrilled me Your sword sir it commanded Stop said I sharply coming nearThere stood my father in tho lantern light his sword drawn his gray hair stirring In tho breeze Before him was my old adversary his lordship sword in band Near by the squad of THBRK STOOD JIY FATIIER IN TIlE LANTERN LIGHT HIS SWORD DRAWN British now surrounded were giving up their arms They bad banked to the rivers edge I could hear It lap ping their heels leis lordship sneered looking at the veteran who stood In a gray frock of homespun for alt the world I fancy like one of those old yeomen who fought with Cromwell Your sword sir my father re peatedPardon roe said Ute yoanghtan with a fascinating coolnesr of man nor but I droll have to troww on=He hesitated feeling lite bteJe Howr eald ray father To tight for It said his lordship qulellySurrendrfool my father an swered You cannot escape Tut tut said his lordship I never hoard so poor a cow pitmantCome in roach and I shall make you think better of me Give up your word After my life then my sword said he with a quick thrust Before I could take a step their swords wero clashing In deadly com bat I rushed up to break In upon them but the air was full of steel and then my father needed no help lIe was driving his man with fiery vigor I had never seen him fight all I had seen of his power had been mere play It was grand to see the old man fighting as if for a moment his youth had como back to him I knew It could not go far Ills fire would burn out quickly then tho blade of the young Britisher tireless and quick as I knew It to be would let his blood before my very eyes What to do I knew not Again I came up to them but my father warned me oft hotly He was fighting with terrific energy I swear to you that in half a minute he had broken the sword of his lordship who took to the water swimming for hit life I leaped in catching him half over the eddy whero we fought like madmen striking in the air and bump- Ing on the bottom Wo were both near drowned when Drl swam out and gave me his beltend hauling us In I got to my feet soon My father came up to me and wiped a cut on my foreheadDamn you my boy said he Dont ever Interfere with mo in a matter of that kind You might have been hurt We searched the Island high and lows for the ladles but with no suc cess Then we marched our prisoners to the south channel whero a bateau tho same that brought us helphad been waiting One of our men had been shot in the shoulder another gored in the hip with a bayonet and we lift a young Briton dying on the shore Wo took our prisoners to Paley vile aid locked them overnight in the blockh luie The channel was lighted by a big bonfire on tho south bank as we came over Its flames went high and made a great sloping volcano of light in the darknessAfter posting of the guard some gathered about my father and began to cheer him It nettled the veteran He would take no honor for his defeat of the clever man claiming the latter had no chance to tight He had no footroota with the boy one side and Drl t other said he I had only to drive him back My father and the Innkeeper and Dri and I sat awhile smoking in the warm glow of tho bonfire Youre a longheaded man said I turning to jsy comrade Kind o thought theyd be trouble said Dri So I tuk a ut yer father u a t rome over aoajbaftk foh fief 11 dozen good men THey get threo iflbrV et the tavern here an lay off n thet air bateau waltln fer the moose calL I callated I did nt want no more slid In over thero n Canady After n little snicker lie added lied nil t wus good fer mo tho las time S n leetle tow swift Gets rather scary whet you tee the bushes walk I suggested Seen whut wus up LOCO ever they rncd n mover said Drl Them air bushes did nt look Jest csnatml ci they d ortor Bet yc they ro same o them bushwhackers o Fitzglbbon Got loops all over their uniforms so yo cud stick em full o boughs Jornshy novcr see nuthln a joomlght ful curus n all my born days never Ho stopped a breath and then added Could nt be nuthln curuscr n thtt CHAPTER XXI We hired team and wagon of the Innkeeper and a man to paddle upriver and return with tho horses I had a brief talk with our tall pris oner whl6 they were making ready A word of business your lord ship I said as ho came out yawning with the guard Ah well said he with a shiver I hopo It is not so cold as tho air It Is hopeful it Is cheering WM my answer And the topic An exchange for the ladles Ho thought a moment stopping the dust off him w th a glove This kind of thing la bard on the trousers he remarked oarelteely I will consider I think it could be ar raved Meanwhile I give you my word of honor you need have nu v any We were off at daybreak with 011 r prisoners there were six of thow In all Wo put a fold of linen over the eyes of each and roped them all to gether so that thoy could alt or stand ai might please them In the waajoa boxIts barbarity said his lordship uwe put on the fold You Yankees rever knew how to treat a prisoner Till you learnt ut said Drl qulak ly Could nt never ferglt thet lesson Ef I bed my way bout you I d haul ye up t th top o thet air dead pine over yonder n let ye slide down Rather too steep I should say said his lordship wearily Ye would nt need no grease Mid Drl with a chuekle We were four days eoing to the bar bor My father and fate men casts with us and he told us many a tale that Journey of his adventures In trim old war We kept our promise turn ing over the prisoners a little before sundown of the 16th Haeh was glv n a great room and every hcom fort I arranged soon for t of all on the sate return of the ladles In the evening of tho 17th Ids lord ship seat for me He was a bit nirr one and desired a conference with the 8Irat and me CbawaoRt bad been over to the headquarters that dar- In urgent counsel He waa weary et delay and planning an appeal to the French government Gen Drown was prepared to give the nee nil furtherance In Ids power ana IIU1t quickly tor the BngMabman Tlugr brought him over at nlae oeletkWo uncovered ids eyes and locked the deer and gave him a crack at the oM Ma deira as they used to say and evade Him as comfortable at might he at the cheery fireside of the general Ive been thinking said hta ord ship after a drink and a word of coat toey I never saw a man of betty breeding or more courage I nm free to say You may not agree It Is pout ble but anyhow I have been trying to think You have been decent to ma I dont believe you are such a bad lot after all and while I should be sorry to havo you think mo tired of your hospitality I desire to hasten our plant a little I propose an exchange of of He hesitated whipping the ashes o this cigar Wellfirst of confidence he went on I will take your word If you will take mine In what matter the general in quiredThat of the ladles and their relief said he A little confidence will will Grease tho wheels of progress the general suggested smiling Quite so ho answered lazily To begin with they are not 30 miles away if I am correct in my judgment of this localityThero was a moment of silence My dear sir he went on presently this ground is quite familiar to mo I slept in this very chamber long ago But that Is not hero nor there Day after tomorrow a little before mid night the ladles will be riding on the shore pike You could meet then and bring them out to a schooner 1 sip posoIt Ho stopped again puffins thoughtfully If wo could agree ho went on Now this would be my view of It You let me send a messenger for the ladies You would have to tako then by force somehow but you know J could make It easy arrange tho Ural and place no house near no soldier no resistance but that of the drives who should not share our confidence ao danger You take them td the boats and bring them over but lest To Be Continued By Instalment A man had his purse stoles and unfortunately it contained a good deal of money ho could 111 afford One day letttromlion of his property The mysterious letter ran as follows Sir I stole your munny Remawse is norlng at my conshense so 1 tend sum ot It back When It nors agen I Wilt ecu some maw Sailtht Weekly N INTERESTING STATE NEWS FIREMEN BADLY HURT A Street Car and a Hose Wagon Col lldcd at Lexington Lexington Ky DecThe roof of the laundry building at the Eastern Kentucky Lunatic asylum caught fire and the ontlrq city fire department re II pond 011 to a call Tho asylum em ployea oorraled the 700 patients In their wards and made preparations to escape In case the fire communicated to the main building but It was soon uiulor control In the collision between the Woodward avenuo hoso wag on and a street oar at the corner of Fifth street and Broadway while en route to the scene Alex Hagarty Jer ry Kooth 1 II Bowman and M 0 Tu dor wore Injured lIagarty and Keeth dangerously To avoid striking the oar Driver Bowman turned his horses down Broadway the same direction the car was running but the hind wheels slipped on tho toy street Ha gerty was thrown 40 feet and lodged against a telephone polo lie has not regained oonMlouHnvM Keeth has a dangerous out OR his head IJowman and Tudor are severely bruised The waajoo WI demolished HAD A CHURCH WEDDING However Nobody Was There But Themselves and Two Witnesses Lexington Ky DM IOM of Ute most unique church weddings ever celebrated In this city was preformed by Rev liarkley Mender which united lair Mary F Love and Walter It Vi vian of Winchester When the couple arrived at the church Tier Meader of fered to unite them In lilt study but they declined anti said they desired a formal chink welding and with the Mleaea Spencer daughters of Rev I J Spencer ns witnesses the ceremony was performed The bride entered the church on the arm of Mr Vivian and the pastor solemnly appeared from be kind the altar THE DEADLY SHOTGUN Three Men Killed or Injured Thanks giving Day Wllllamstown Ky Dec lltiekarj Morehead who actldmwlly blew off hla left arm with a shotgun died Thursday Grover Ijuirer let fall a doublebarreled shotgun The gun waa discharged the teed carrying away the calf of bU left log A Grant county man named Dougherty acldeotalljr discharged a sbotiiun and 1 minus a portion of 7hut- TOPRISON FOR LIFE Wealthy Land Owner Convicted orI Killing His Cousin LoadonJCy DM 4 Nlek Garrison the wealthy land owner of LeattecoBsv etleultcondo rant settle and Umber dealer was sentenced to servo a life term In the penitentiary by tilts jury After the murder Garrison eieaped In woaens clothes httt waa finally arrMted Franchise For An Electric Line Mt Sterling Ky DecYonnger Alexander Lexington J M nigslaff M O Cockrell Mt Sterling IL A Power Paris John T Collins W A Thomason North Mlddlotown kayo been granted franchises for an Inter urban line from Paris to Mt Sterling 20 miles The road will cost SOO000 Work will begin at once Discovers Father Dead In Crowd Louisville Ky Dec 1 Leonard Hewitt while passing tho corner of Second and Chestnut streets noticed a crowd carrying a man Into n physi clans office and discovered that it was his own father Dexter Hewitt who had died of heart disease on his way downtown after lunch The Verdict Sustained Frankfort Ky Dee 2 The court of appcas sustained the 1000 damages awarded by the Kenton circuit court In tlio case of the Covlnston and Cincinnati Bridge Co VII Jennie Smith The appellee sustained a broken arm by a fall while walking across the bridge Flood at Louisville LoulHvlllo Ky Dec Oakuale a suburb of Louisville was flooded eighteen hogs were found drowned and 200 chickens met the same fate The families ofUruco Bernard and Thomas Dalton on Third street were moved In wagons to dry ground Hunter Accidentally Killed Covington Ky Dec 4 Albert VcisUne of this city was shot and accidentally killed by Prod Schultrf while hunting rabbits at Persimmon Grove In Campbell county 1U lived for a few hours Pay Tribute To Dead Elks Covlngton Ky Dec i Covlngton lodge of Elks had beautiful memorial exercises at the auditorium In the pub lit library building Kxalted Ruler It Q Williams presided and the exercises were attended by a large gathering which filled the hall Zelglers String of Horses Lexington Ky Dec tTralnor Charles Hughes has arrived here from the east with the racing string of Henry M 7clicr the Cincinnati turfman sad the arses will be wintered at the Hlfihanu raemntbts county DANK CLERKS HELD The Cashier Set Off the Burglar Alarm In the Bank Louisville Ky Dee tDOQuK Cashier Lewis Ormeby of the fiihem1 National batik opeued the eat after business hours forgetting pert was A burglar alarm and then walk vl away from tho building without notifying the authorities that It was Ue who opened tho big vault the building was surrounded anti ontorCd by the polco and every clerk In It placed under ar rest The clerks endeavored to ux plain that no ono had tampered with the safe but this did not satisfy Uw police The telephones were kept hot In a vain effort to locate the cashier Ho was not at home and he was not at his club and for a time It looked as though titers was nothing for tho po lice to do but to take the now U1 roughly angry clerk to the lookup This course had about boon decided on when Mr Ormaby was loeatwl and linetenlng to the bank he relieved an otherwise very emttarraiwing wtas lion It waa after 10 oclock baton the clerk Anally got away rrm the but HaC KENTUCKY RAILROADS The Annual Report of the State Oem mission Made Public Frankfort Ky Dee 1The annual refon of the railroad romnIIHn jsle teased ahnwr the total valu of ali railroad mlleaii In the StAt of ICea tacky to beb699g61a gad a total val ue of all projwrty of 41115981 Total mlleaje is al71 The gross relptIn lt4 were 1S ITM2 ant in th present year 34 M447 N x rtelpu for 18ft were t JKUM3 and lr 1008 There were 1031 preon I1lf1and 77 employee ltd and r killed ant t3 were I wearied BRIGHT LITTLE GIRt Knew She Was Dying and Her Say lns Will Buy Flewtrs 8harpi rirt Ky Dr 2 tlhsrta- lbe four yea MI j danghtr r Thiiaaai J Crawford 1M dlphiu ria After- n IIor a f w hour A i Thetlr Incident In connection with h r death was tbs r vflailiM than hr lllnert I would prove fatal and hr rixjuwist tha the mosey In h r IltiU lntf beakI ft be used in help defray Hi funera apeD with tot iray th par nil will buy flowers ID tier on her eaaketrFeast of Hause oeffer Newport Ky Dec 4is rasa Thomaeson of Fire Company No I who has h fn on a hunt ing tlp with several other oienbrr d the fOIIl pea returmt with 12 rtbbr The game was made late hau npfi fer was eeryi ta thugtm biie to lad frlends of the teddlo Read Nearing Compistion Lexington KY Dee Ith iniftnir ban railroad between lulnaoll and VenalthM hi scaring complftton oui It la ent eeted that ears will he run by the mhMte at Juaeary There Is a large quantity of ballast yet to bo laid and the lira care will Iwve to run oa a slow sefeedulo for sertrnl weeks Second Attempt at Bank Robbery Sulphur Ky Dee 1A seeond attempt to rob the Deposit bank was made at oclock In the morning The burglars broke through a wtndw but alattemptcurred three weeks Igo Sues For Sons Death Covlngton Ky Dee1b V OraiU ulNnoFranoJtIseveral large draughts of whisky en tered suit for fOOl against tho BheN dOn Distilling Co awl Hlgar A St61 nau because of the boys death t Thomas W Lawsonc Purchase Lexington K Dec 2 Thomas W Lawson has bought of JOT Brothers Plsgsh Ky tho saddle nave Tho American Olrl for 3000 This mare won at tho state fair Louisville hone show and through the state fairs without being once defeated I Col William D Curtis Dead Richmond Ky Doe 1Col William P Curtis 58 one of the wealthy oat and most prominent business of New Orleans who has been In menItucky for the last year died here of heart failure Sentenced To Die Louisville Ky Dec 4Jud8 Pry or sentenced Cornelius Johnson col t ored to die on the gallows January 6 for the murder of Conrad Kaiser a i saloon proprietor on the Newburg road Death of Cot R B Metcalfa Lexington Ky Dec 4Col R B Metcalfe a veteran of tho civil war died at his home In this city aged 80 years He was born In Bourbon county In 1825 and wai a graduate of West Point and also of a college ot medi tine A Legislators Death Smlthland Ky Dec 4F Everett Butler representative from tho Sev enth district died In Denver where ho went for his health soon after ha I was nominated for county attorney oa the democratic ticket a year ago i TAKE NOTICE The hundredth anniversary of tho birth of William Lloyd Garrison will bo obsorved by public exorcises in tho Tabernacle at 130 p m on Fri day December 8 Tho public are Invited President Blanchard of Wheaton College will preach In the Toberna clo Sunday night December 10 and give tho Monday lecturo at 020 thu next morning All are Invited Tho Winter term of Borea College opens at 8n m of Wednesday Jan unry 3 1000 The now Chanel will be dedicated on tho first Sunday of tho term and of tho now year January 7 A Prayer Tho day returns and brings us the petty round of irritating concerns and duties Help us to play tho man help us to perform them with laugh tor and kind faces let chowrfulnesH abound with industry Give us to daybringand content and undishonored and sloopAmenRobort IN OUR OWN COUNTRY Radical changes in the existing tax laws in Kentucky will be pro posed in tho bill now being prepared by tho special legislative committee on revenue and taxation Now revelations are being rondo of crookedness In land sales in Oregon Many sections of school lands havo been Bold to eastern parties without any adequate title and some have been sold many times Congress has assembled and the fight is on Joseph G Cannon has been ronominated by the Republican caucus as Speaker of tho House and has responded in a speech that shows holpfromrate legislation Mr Cannon Ia said to have boon very vague Missouris Insurance Superintend ont has just filed his answer to the potitianhave his order revoking its Missouri license set aside Ho accuses Presi dent McCall of debauching public morals corrupting legislation and looting the funds of policy holders by extravagant ventures and reckless speculationIt that Charles M Schwab is trying to break into the Senate from Nevada Schwab is the former head of the Steel Trust who justified gambling an a gentleman amusement so long as he can afford to lose Judging from the revels yearInwould seem that Mr Schwab would find congenialspirits there In the United States Circuit Court at St Louis lost Wednesday U S Senator J R Burton of Kansas was sentenced to servo six months In jail and to pay a fine of 2000 Going with Ibis sentence Is tho ina bility to hold office of trust or profit under the Federal Government hero after Senator Durton was convicted of receiving pay for representingno of St Louis II get rfch quick concerns before tho departments at Washington The case has boon ap factbutdoubt whatever as to Burtons guilt FROM THE WIDE WORLD President Palma of Cuba has is suedan order that the payment of the revolutiodary veterans should begin this week Bonds wore issued to tho veterans and it is those bonds that are now to be taken up It Is sahl that tho national treasury now contains enough to pay the entire balance now duo tho veterans 10 000000 and still have 0000000 remaining in the treasury Tho Russian situation continues critical The strike has broadened in its scope till during a part of tho week past no news has como out or gone into the capital Conditions seem a little more favorable now though there is still great danger of the nation being drawn into civil war Rumors of treason to tho Emperor aro rife It seems from reports that Mr Balfour tho present head of the government in England is on the point of resigning Sir Henry Ban nerman the Liberal Premier pro sumptive arrived in London Monday morning and Liberal statesmen are king10mfour signally failed to rise to tho occasion lot week when a delegation of working women visited him asking relief from present conditions- It is reported that the Powers have Mytlleooproposals but has been informed by tho Powers that no modification of their demands can bo considered All seem now to be waiting upon tho action of Great Britain but as a new Cabinet must be formed there before maybesome days JIIItIII I I I I I I I I r I I I I JoJ I A Leiion from n Itale of liny A fow days ago I saw two wagons passing through Borea going into Jackson county from which they had prodnct That was not on unusual sight but usuallythetry teacher mixed up with thom This thing presented one of the great problems of our mountain region and ono which tho teacher must bo solvingSometo hold the teacher responsible for everything My answer Is Yes to a largo measure Every ono Is responsible for every evil that exists in so for as ho has opportunity to in any way correct that eviloud since the teacher is in a position to correct almost every evil to a measurable rlspooalbUlty lightly taken up But how are tho bales of hay related to tho teacher f How do they affect his work Let us consider for a momont Tho hay cost 05 cents per hundred In Baron and tho cost of hauling it into Jack son county is not less than 10cents per hundred That makes it worth 7D cents when consumed Tho farm er who raised the hay would havo sold it In the stock for tocents That makes 35 cents per hundred paid for baling transportation and hayhadtho farmer would have been paid for his work and 5140 left in the com moneyhavocommunity if rightly used I have carefully looked tho question up and find that it might have mount any of tho following 1 Four good books for the children- of some home 2 Ono good bookand a years sub scription to Success the Ladys Home Journal Good Housekeeping the Practical Farmer tho Citizen or any one of a number of other good home paporsS One metal lamp by which the children couldroad so long as they wished without danger to their eyes 4 Half a dozen kinds of good fruit trees G Good seed for the garden which would make it of much more value 0 Enough plants and floworseod to beautify a home for n whole 7 Four square ofJrOOd sated blackboard for your schoolroom 8 A good map of the United Slates 40 by 68 inches 0 A good dictionary pencilsAndbut I havo said enough to give some idea of what form improvement may mean to tho happiness and progress of a country countrytoachorraise hay You can though if you only will You can do it in three ways by learning how it can be done and talking it to your patrons and teaching it to your pupils by on couraglng bright boys to go off to school and learn how to farm by showing what blessings can como spendforuplift The writer was raised on a poor sandy farm in a mountain county and at a later date will toll of what he knows can bo done on such a farm maythinktho farm column but it educational typoBetter better farms must be our cry as teachers but the first will come last and tho last first The Taking Cold Habit The old cold goes a new one quickly comes Its the story of a weak throat weak lungs a tendency to consumption Ayers Cherry Pectoral breaks up the takingcold habit It strengthens soothes heals Ask your doctor about It M X had a terrlbU eoM and nothing ralieved- m 1 tried Ayer Chtrry reeal and It promptly broke up roy cold Mopped my TiToledo ox id O AjrCo XaaIIAfro nuulMlartra of lJers ARSAPARIWI AyerPte GOOD SONGS Learn thorn for your school exhibition at tho close of the term Columbia the Gem of the Ocean L 0 Colam bla the gem of the ocean The home of the L When war iijd IU wide des o li tlon And thrwtUnd the a The itar spangled banner bring hither Oer Co lust blast U brave and the free The shrine of each patrlots deretlon land to de form The ark then of freedom fonnila tlon true sons let it wave May the eretit lift Yam won nev er wUber u J A world offere horn age to thee Thy mandate make Co lum bla rodo safe thro theatorm With her garlandof Nor its stars cease to shine on the brave May the tor vice n t he roes as mble When lib er tys form etanda In I vie try II round her When M proudly ehe bore her brave nit ed noor lie vor Hut they to their col ore prove view Thy ban nets make tyr an ny tremble crew With her flag proud ly Heatlag be fore her true The Na vy and Ar my for ever L VHOIIUM a r When borne by the red tkiU ui blue The bout of the red w the ill blue When borne by the redvbite and Three earn for the red iliti nl blue I V ak blue When borne by the red white and blue j The Navy and Ar my fer ev froThree eheen tier the red white and blue Kind Words Can Never Die ABBU live MIKMM till ler liiotav tblUIK ktptbrfHeiL3 Sweet 1te1e een nererdle TM like Uw4 TlMflt 1 tan may fly 4 Ouroulsoaeneverdie Tbe fo the tewb We Bay all have to lie I Natl Teaap2 Lodged In the broad Uke tMAwfi jiflr rtjs ItaW oer a thousand time springInWrapt In iu gloam fl Nt thu the wbieoq Seuta fnu in peace away I r J cnnRIIII V Go thre al jfan n Aatt The heart to sheer tiN twli oanneveer diejFloats on totwi Vu wilt Far far e auy ChtWheod can Dev rdie With many an added hue They lbs t Nidli tiweet iMi oats neverdie Live thro eternal day With ftiM ahey nor souls sea nev r die I I v never die never lie Klod sa4 can never die no never die- never die never die ChhMhood enn IIeVer die no never die I never die n vr din Sweet Wt nfl Wr die no never die sever die never die Oar wink can ner dU no never die Nimei of Streets The Board of Trusteea of the Town of Borea do ordain as follows That tho following shall bo the names of tho several streets and public ways thus far existing within time town Chestnut Street beginning In front of the College Ladies Hall and ox tending westerly to the town limits Prospect Street from the east end of Chestnut Street easterly to the town limits College Street from the intersect ion of Chestnut and Prospect Streets l1egcIndustrialMain Street tram Prospect Street duo north to the curve on the brow of the hill- Richmond Street from Maui Street northeasterly to tho town limits Walnut Street from the northern extremity of Main Street northwest erly to tho town limits Spring Street from Prospect Street nearly south to the town limits College Place from the north end of College Street east to Main Street Center Street from the eastern extremity of College Place north of east to the town limits Forest Street noarly north to Rich mond Street Elder Street from Center Street south to Prospect Street Short Street from Prospect Street north crossing Center Street Golden Place from the north ox tromity of Short Street west to Main StreetJackson Street from Short Street easterly crossing Elder Street to the brow of tho hill near the town limits Rawlings Place from Center Street to Jackson Street Ellipse Street from Chestnut St northerly to the town limits EUlpieitrt I Glade Street from Walnut Street limltllInow used with and adjacent to tho L N Railroad Boone Street from Chestnut Street southerly to the town limits Valley Street from tho southernmost extremity of Railroad Street easterly to Doom Street School Place from Chestnut Street northerly to the grounds of the Color ed public school Glasco Place from the north end of westerlyAdams from Ellipse Street westerly to the L N depot EllipseStreetStreet to Railroad Street Miller Street from Ellipse Street westerly parallel with Jefferson Street Mill Street from Miller Street southerly to Jefferson Street Preston Street from Mill Street westerly to Railroad Street Had Rend About Him Now boys said Use Sunday school teacher addressing the Juvenile class cannny of you tell me anything about Good Friday Yes maam I can replied the boy at tho toot Qf the class Ho was the fellow what done the housework for Robinson Crusoe Good Reaaon Miss Ascum Ive often wondered Mr Rymes why you poets always speak of the moon as silver M- rnymesWellerI suppose Its be cause of the quarters and halves Philadelphia Press PulUe Miss De StyleYou say Golddust Is an awfully polite fellow Miss Gun bustaYes Indeed Why when he saw Miss Gotroxs standing In society he offered her his country seat Real Estate I have quite a number of building lots and some improved property in Berea for sale I also have 20 acres with a 3roora box house within a quarter of a mile of Beroa corporation for 500 Also farm and timber lands In Madison Rockcastle and Estill coun tiesAny one desiring such property should call on me J P BICKNELL Beren Ky MonumentsURNS STATUARY or Granite and Marble Monumental work ofall kinds dono in a workman like manner at reasonable dispatchAll Golden Flora RICHMOND KY I Corner of Main and Collins Streets GREAT CENTRAL 0 U 4 DPere MarquetteT C k U The Michigan Line Electric Lighted Trains All New to TOLEDOAND DETROITTHROUGH PARS TO Charlevoix Pctoskcy Bay View Wequetonsing Harbor Springs pointsinparticulursD G EDWARDS P T M Cincinnati A Farm of 100 Acres FOR SALE Within 2 miles of Berea College GO acres cleared 40 acres in timber Good log house weatherboarded with 2 fireplaces Good Orchard good Water good Barn and Well Fenced Is well worth 2000 but will take 1400 Call at once on J P BICKNELL Real Estate Agent FIE above picture of the man and fish is the trademark ofScotts Emulsion and is the synonym for strength and purityIt is sold in almost all coun globeIfbecame extinct it would be a worldwide calam ity because the oil that comes from its liver surpasses nil other flits in nourishing and lifijiving properties Thirty Scars mho the proprietors of Scotts Emul sion found n way of preparing end liver oil so that everyone clue tllo it and get time full valve of the oil without the objixtioimble taste Scotts Emul m is the Inst thing in the world for woak backward children thin delicate people nail nil conditions of wasting and lost strength sear 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Subscription RatosFA- TABLS IN ADVANCE Onl Year t i 1100 Blxnonltit OSfcree months t7- I lend money by Post oRlce Money Order Ex ltctntcnLqtterThe at jour nime shown to wh dtti eanCMwithinnotify ual- Iabllerlben xUhlng Tnc CITIIW Ilo pd HUH notify us at the ciplratlon ot their inbssrtptlon e1lnc all arrnn we thai ensiderttathey with It continued ut at once of any chanceln jour iddrtii both old and new addreaea- ltdsingnumiers jN duo to pen coming the mills or olhenrlie alit IUPII we are notified wanted In every locality Write fm Mans Anyone sending ui four yearly nib prlpmons wUl receive Tin crrntx trcCl ont r ar Relaxation of Effort Conducting a business Is like roliln a huge boulder up a hill The moment IOU cease to push It the moment you take your shoulder from It and think you will rest und take It easy the boul der begins to crowd back upon you end it you are not careful It will either run over and crush you or get away from you altogether and go to Jtho bottom with a crash It Is neaa sary says Orison Swett Marden In success Magazine to be everlastingly pushing following up the boulder keeping it going In order to get It to Khe top of the hill One of the great sst dangers of early prosperity In any line is a tendency to relax effort Many A man ceasea to grow when his salary is raised or when he Is advanced to a fclgher position Many a business manner ho has built up a largo business ceases to exert himself and the moment I he pauses in his campaign ot pushing and struggling the moment ho begins to relax In giving his close personal attention his business ceases Jo advance and fatal dryrot sets In one of the worst diseases that can seize any Individual or concern Tht nan who attempts to run a business large or small must keep his fingers constantly on Its pulse In ordor to detect any rise or tall of temperature any Irregularity or any jar In the mar chinery When the head of a firm Is ttylng to take It easy there Is usually trouble somewhere An Eldorado despised and rejected Los In the heart of tho Mississippi val Joy with transportation facilities at I hand and as undeveloped as any of the extreme western states This rich I legion has a superb climate free from malaria with an abundance of the I purest water and the purest air plenty cf timber for mining purposes tin mense beds of zinc of remarkable purr I Sty and of lead ore This Ideal country awaits men whose business is mining i ana whose efforts and Investments will I be requited with great fortunes In tho i t near future This neglected Rldorado comprises an area between the Boston mountains In the south tho Ozark mountains In the north and embraces f parts of five counties of Arkansas The proverbial inability of eminent lawyers to frame their own wills so as to command the support of the courts t has been again Illustrated by the III validating of the will of the late Chief 4Justice Paxou of the supreme court of Pennsylvania He devised n large por tion ot his landed property for the establishment of an agricultural school for poor boys Under the Pennsylvania law wills containing charitable bequests I j must have the signature of subscribing witnesses But the chief jus I lice forgot all about the witnesses and i Jils bequest has been hold void I According to a circular of instructions issued by tho war department I medical officers should reject appli i cants for admission to the volunteer military companies If there Is a dif theiri1tull of air and when they are empty The minimum chest measurement al- I lowed is 32 inches Every healthy boy ought to be able to expand his chest more than two inches whether he In tends to enlist In the national guard or not Speaking the other night at Man hester Winston Churchill who is 34 years old said In politics a man may be described as a young man of promise until be Is past the age of 05 Youth less mature Is often the objector hostile criticism Before a Jersey City girl would mar ry her sweetheart she obliged him to sign a contract before a police magis f trate stating that ho would not kiss her moro than ten times a day And 1manllke he didnt protect himself in jl How queer it is that in financial at 1 ifairs it is the men whom everybody l trusts who go wrong But perhaps 4 It Is because others lack the oppor tunity Man no sooner gels in his winter supply of coal and hIs screens In the celhtr than he has to break In hIs win te1 It11tKytici- r SUMM AOYOE THE lrRORtANT NEWS I 1 Interesting Happenings That Oc emred lmi2 thaPast Few Ja3 5 ACTION OF GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL Exciting Events In the United State and Foreign Countries Condensed Per this Busy Ruder Crime and Casualties Life Insurance Investigation The board of trustees of the Mutual Life Insurance totit ameetlni accepted the resignation of Richard A McCurdy as president of the society Frederick Cromwell the treasurer of the company was selected as tempore Dry president Charles P McClelland a formoi state senator from West Chester county testified before the insurance In vestlgatlng committee Wedn01111ay that he lived In the Mutual Life maul once Cos house In Albany conduct lI- b Andrew C Fields In 1903 while he was a senator and a member of the Insurance committee of that body Andrew Hamilton to whom the New York Life Insurance Co has paid hundreds of thousands of dollars charged to legal expenses hUll been located ID Paris An effort will be made to have him return to this country Trustees of the New York Life Insurance Co have been made the Indl vidual defendants In a suit brought to hold thorn personally responsible to the companys policy holders for the sums improperly diverted to Judge Andrew Hamilton and not accounted for on the books of the company Senator Armstrong chairman of the committee appointed by the New York legislature to Investigate Pie insur once Issued a greeting to policy hold ers advising them not to let their pol Idles lapse- John Claflln a director of tho New York Life Insurance Co denied the report that the directors were about to ask for the resignation of John A Me Call the president of the company Just as seen as the time IB rips Thomas W Lawson says he intends to use his proxies In the Mutual Life In surance Co and dismiss every officer from top to bottomMiscellaneous Sebastopol was the scene of a des pirate battle between the mutlnon sailors and the troop In the forts onshore During tho battle tho town and the forts were bombarded by the guns of the cruiser Otchakoff wilch lies a burning wreck off AdroTAlty Point Its bull riddled with shell and its flaunt ing red ensign of revolution hauled down Many of the crow of the Otch akoff were killed or wounded The mutineers surrendered to the troop It is estimated at least a hundred thousand workmen are locked out In St Petersburg The cabinet has defi nitely resolved to rate the state of martial law in Poland Through the failure of many per sons to take up money orders made out to them a considerable amount has accumulated In the post office department from various post offices There was on hand at the close of the last fiscal year 738516 of such undsUnited States Senator Burton of Kansas was sentenced to six months In the Iron county jail and 2500 fine His appeal for a new trial was overruled Except for the announcement of the erdlct after It shall have been passel upon by the secretary of the navy the Morlwother courtmartial In so far us the public Is concerned is at an end Sheas theater Toronto one of the leading vaudeville houses of Canada was destroyed by fire The flame were first discovered about an hour after a large audience had left tho Gliding The loss IS 70000 Rt Rev Bishop Richard Scannell ot the Nebraska diocese of the Catholic church has declared excommunication on all members of the Catholic church who participated in the wedding of Congressman Kennedy and Miss Prit bet at Omaha There were a number ot prominent Catholics present The engine and fireman of the New fork flyer were killed In a wreck near ilauth Chunk Pa A dozen passengers were Injured Eight men were drowned by being caught In an Ice jam at Coal Creek below Forty Mlle Alaska Tire Spanish cabinet has again resigned but this time King Alfonso bas rofusod to accept declaring that under present conditions It would be impossible to cor stUnto a new minis rySix men were arrested at Kendall Mile Ind for passing counterfeit dol ors and coins of smaller denomlna Ions During the past fiscal year the life axing crews saved and assisted in lavlug 464 imperilled vessels find their cargoes besides affording assistance otmore or less Importance to 677 other vessels In addition the report states 83 steamers and 88 sailing ves sels running Into danger were warned of their peril by the signals patrol and lookout In time to escape disaster Weakened by the strain to which he was subjected William S MoWJlllams onfessed to the murder last week of his wife and five children whose lod lel were found In tbelr home near In lyiendence Igj Three men lost their lives on the scow George Herbert which Ian ashore at Two Islands about 70 mile from Two Harbors The football team of the Unlverslt of Indiana defeated Ohio Stale unl verslty on the state field by the score of 11 to 0 in an Interesting and stubborn game The game ended Ut a wrangle and almost a riot as a resul of which Dr C E Harris of floor Inglon Ind head linesman had to be escorted to Ills hotel under police protection Georgetown university went dow In the worst defeat over suffered by 1 blue and gray team at National arlt when the Carlisle Indians won the culminating contest of the season by score of 76 to 0 Chicago 2 Jktlchlgan 0 The undls puted honor of the western tootball championship was earned by Chicago by tho close score of two points In a football game at Keosauqua la Joseph Lynch and Thomas Tracey of Burlington were so severely hurt that they had to be carried from the field William Baine the famous India football player who played half bacon the Wisconsin university team two years ago was shot and probably fa tally wounded by Night Wntchnmt Mnhonoy at Sisseton S D faint who Is said to have been drinking drew a revolver and began firing promiscuously Charles Olson defeated James parr for the middleweight championship ot the world and a side bet of 1001 Judge Mack of tits Illinois circiil court declared that In his opinion thot charter amendment passed by the last legislature by virtue of which aot the city of Chicago expected to obtain a new charter for Its government is II legalBusiness failures In the United States for the week ending Novembei 30 number 1SS against 284 the west previous 184 In the like woek of 1904 239 In 1303 and 185 In U02 Tho sublime Porto has sent a tarn uiunlcatlon to the International fleet saying that the porto would accept th proposals of the powers for the flnnn chit control of Macedonia with modal carious An Involuntary bankrupt petition was filed In the United States court at Rome On against the New ling land Co a mining corporation which owns 16000aCTI of land In Dad county OaIAt Valdosta Oa the death eHte wan again imposed upon J 0 Raw Han lala eons Milton and Jesse Md the nesjro Alt Moqr all coavieutf of the murder of the Carter chOdreu January 6 wu fixed as the day for the execution The monthly statement of the public debt show that at tM ctoc of tart seas Novber M IMt the debt tcask In the treasury amount to SB 7628tl whleh la a decreses ac compared with test month of 1283 24 The executive council ot the United Mine Workers at America adopted a resolution Indorsing th atrikn Inaugurated by the miners mpoyed in the Parker Sturgis sad Wheatcroft miner operated by the Wectera Ken Lucky Coal Con monthly circulation statement iMtied by the controller of the cur- eucyi shows that at the close of bust DOM on November 30 Ute total amount of national bank notes In circulation was 588380268 an increase for the year of 72060182 and an Increase for the month of 8821000 It Is bellowed that the steel steamer Im H Owen carrying n crew of 19 men which was last seen on Tuesday about 40 miles off Outer Island while the storm was at Its bight In Lake Superior has gono to the bottom and that tier crow of 19 men have pix shed x In the elections In Cuba President Palma was rooleoted together with ajj the other moderate nominees Tho election was quiet end only a slight vote was polled Two indictments were rammed by the federal grand jury against B Mewls president of the Peoples Unit d States bank and publisher of the Womans Magazine and Womans verse Journal St Louis Edward Rlmmorman real estate denIer of Springfield III was arrested in a charge of securing 321500 front Edward Alnsworth a Pond owner near Havana by mud The proceedings at the Now York Bounty board of election canvassers were brought to a halt by the receipt- t a formal notification to Chairman Ooull from Attorney General Maher hat the law was being violated in porgy fitting the face of the original returns In the recent city election as made by the inspectors of election to be al teredThe sensational statement was glv en out by Dr J N Thomas Quarantine officer at the mouth of the Mis ilsnippl river that they recent yellow ever epidemic In Now Orleans was traceable most probably to Havana which has been boasting so loudly of Its health and freedom from yellow fiver Sir Clinton DawklnB K C n the principal English partner of J P Moran died In London When the hunting season closed In Wisconsin and upper Michigan all roc rda for casualties among hunters had been broken There are 20 dead and 5r wounded some of whom may not recover Harry Eldridge u leader of the Folsom Cat prison convicts who broke rora the prison on July 27 1903 and who was convicted of the murder ot Guard Wm Cotter died on the gal ows at the prison Mrs Dr J D Mathews of Greens oro N C died from strychnine pol lying tier husband a prominent l1blItI n 91UJ lise was arrrp6 The number of destitute AmerIcans in Antwerp Is constantly IncrcaslnR The American colony gave a gala re lief performance under tho patronagt of the American and British coast generals It was largely attended hy city officials military officers and members of the aristocracy Because of the Inability to secure ferromangancse from Russia owlnj to the iKilltlcal and labor trouble there the steel Industry of Pltt burg will be seriously affected Eighteen miners lost their lives an explosion In the Diamond Coal and Coke Cos mlno No1 at Diamond vllle Wyo It Is believed that all the men who perished were Instantly 111I cd The theory advanced by the 101I nets Is that a blow out shot caused the disastrous explosion which wreck ed the mineIj Elbcrt H Gary chairman ot board ot directors and member of tho finance committee ot tho United State Steel Corporation nnd a director ol more than 20 other corporations mat rled Mrs Emma T Scott of New York In that city I At Norfolk Va after having beet out over ten hours the jury In the trial of dipt Edward W Jones Tie Virginia regiment charged with the murder of Maude Cameron Robinson returned a verdict of murder In tin second degree fixing the penalty nt 18 yenta In the penitentiary I Regular examinations of life and lire insurance companies In tho light of the Insurance developments in New York and a general revision of the In suranco laws for the national capital aro recommended by Superintendent of Insurance Drake In his annual re DlejtrlctThat the population of tho United States will have reached the enor mous total of 600000000 by tho end of the present century and that Its wealth will greatly increase during the some period was tho prophecy made by Kogoro Takohlra Japanese minister to America Iii an address In New York I Private totters front Korea tend to confirm the report from Poking that the Korean emperor was practically forced at the point of a bayonet Into an agreement with the Japanese The lifesite equestrian statue of Gen MrCtellfin ordered by congress end Jut completed by Frederick IaeI Monte was hown In the sculptor studio In Part by Prank II 1Ithe American consul general In behalf of the state department and by lalorUcfleld The republican members of the 69th rougm renomlnated all of the elec tine oaken of the house who served durinc the luttoa William P IfeptMirn wit chosen chairman of tM MHNiBly John NIHUIpeaher by the democrat of the IMMta9 of rprnentatlvee and this action of the anew makes him the minority lender for the ensuing coagreus to mac coed himself Some nnknown person hurled a heavy Iron plumb bob through a window of one of tbe ears on Prealdwil Ro veKs special train on tbe ran from Princeton to Washington The mi- llie which wu erklvntly Intended for Mr RooMvelt car thrown with tee riflo force crashed through tho gothic stained Rktwi transom of a window of the combination car Salving and fell It the feet of Maj Webb Hayes The steamer Twilight tank In 20 lest of water at lock No 2 in the Mo nongaheta river PIttiburg the crew of 12 men escaping with their lives Several buildings of consldernblo also aro being erected at Empire where tho employe of the engineering department of the Panama canal will bo housed At Ancon also several big hotels are being built Tho revenue cuttnr 1ndom return ell to Baltimore from a six Jays cruise of Investigation of charges of cruelty to semen employed on oyster beats During the trip three captains of oys ter boats wore arrested on charges of crueltyDr J Melere who was a stir goon in the Unltotl States army whan tho civil war broke out but went over to the confederacy died at Cripple Creek Col of pneumonia aged 76 I years Col Thomas O Sample died at his borne Pittsburgh after an Illness of 11 months suffering with cancer ot the stomach Col Sample was born In Tuscaloosa Ala In 1844 but was rals od from childhood in llarrlsburg Pa After serving throughout the war bll- bottled In Pitt burg At Etna a few miles above Pitts burg much of tho town Is under water All the low lying ground between Isabella Furnace and tho business see tion Is a big lake At MaKooaport the Dowoea wood mill and the Na tional tube plant are under water up to tho first floor I The 22d annual report of the United Slates civil service commission con tains n recommendation that congros hould authorize tho collection of n fee from applicants for examination for tho government service Nino persons occupying a pull boat in Middle river which runs between the Tensas and Alabama rivers near Mobile Ala met a terrible fate early in the morning all being burned to oath In a flro which destroyed the oat P II Morrissey chief of the Droth erhood of Railroad Trainmen said In in Interview There will be no re action of wages of trainmen In the vent that congress passes a law pro riding for governmental supervision rate and the abolition of rebatgaj- oho czar Ipet tHmanifesto which ibojlshw rtr lawIn Poland INTERNAL REVENUE Tho Ainuinl Report of Coniini sioner John W Yerkcs Leading State In Payment of Rev nue Taxes Are Illinois New York Indiana Kentucky Ohio and Pennsylvania Washington nee 4The annual report ot Commissioner John W Yerku of the Internal revenue bureau tren ury department shown that tho r celpts of the bureau for the year end cd June 30 1905 were 1 34178976 an excess ot 12S415 over tho collet tlons for the fiscal year of 1904 Uitui as a basis the collections for tho flrt three months of tbo current fiscal yon the commissioner estimates that tbe receipts from all Internal rovenu sources for the fiscal yoar ending Juno 30 1906 will aggregate 242000000 or nearly 48000000 in excess of thus for tho last fiscal year During tbo last flaunt year there was cullcctci from the lax on distilled spirits 129 512628 on fermented liquors 49 469539 and on tobncoo 46089910- Tho leading states In Uio paymen of Internal revenue taxes for the IlOlt year lire Illinois 51892703 Nfl York 27991572 Indiana 24012344 Kentucky 21754399 Ohio 19762 615 Pennsylvania 19196170 There has boon an Increase In tko amount of tobacco and snuff tnanufno turgid and In the production of beet Tho amount of colored oleomarmnrini produced shows an Increase ever 1904 the amount on which tax was 11during tho fiscal year 1906 being 4D 880983 pounds tho tax collected IIgregating 441975 Commissioner Yetkos UlMUMoit tllo free work dono by his bureau stioi AS gauging of spirits at reotlfylni houses the free stamps used elorl 1ta1aUonITor cash stamp issued to raotlflrrs or wholemtlo liquor dealer for ua upon ackagaa prepared said sent out 111 then Pram this source the ooinml stener estimates that an InvrooM revenue of from TM W te SOODtO IMIIIWIseats per gallon be imposed OB all- awMt wises forUlwl fib tM u of grape brandy FIGHTING IN THE STREET Scores sf Perns Killed or Weunde In KleWi Russia Kiev RnMta Dee 1 via Warsaw Dee 4There has ben serious arer nutating between mutinov ippsr and CoMack and btwe wortus god laude of the Black HoBdr4 Scores of irn ban bete killed or- rounded Martial law has begs pro ctalMML St Petenibnn Dee I via Berlin Dec 4Inte alarm prevail here Commnnlcalton with tN Water work by telegraph esacsed thin morning wiser the Plnnlah operators joined their mis sloe comrades The eMbacai lctkNU and tankr are naviUljr wminlalHi annrtar avrvlc to both list Plank sad German flee tier The population ii nliuot In a tflU of panic flaring that the railroad will stop running and that tile Inhabitants therefore will have no mode of Mftht In the event of the clateclysm which they seem to tear Is Imminent WHILE DEFENDING MOTHER Henry Linnemann At Alhambra III Shot Both His Parent Albambra III Dee 4lIenry Un n man nged 17 years shot both his lather and mother with A shotgun wounding each seriously M ho out como of his efforts to protect Ms mother from the alleged attack of hU father Ho accidentally tripptTI and tell discharging the Kiln and shooting his mother Then It ts state he fired nnd wounded his father He was arrested Doctor Cleared of the Crime Denton Dec 4A verdict of Rot guilty was reported In the superior court by the jury which deliberated tho case of Dr Percy MeLood abarp od with being an accessory after the tact to the Illegal operations which re noted In the death of Susanna A Geary the victim of the suit case tragedy Placed In the Family Mausoleum San Francisco Dec 4Tho body of Mrs Francis Burton Harrison of Now York who was killed In an automobile accident November 25 was placed In the family mausoleum In CyproM Lawn cemetery whore lie the romalnH at Mr and Mrs Charles F Crocker her father and mother octal and Telegraph Official Strike Warsaw Dec 4Seven hundred ostal and telegraph officials are on triko hero About 100 of the officials cfusetl to join in the strike Tho Inborn poured vitriol In the totter oxos Two hundred bags of foreign mils aro lying hero unopened Miners Wages Raised Cumberland Md Doc 4TheleorgOs Crock Coal Co has notified Its employes of nn increase qf live cents a ton for mining coal the In rcuBO to date from tho 1st of Dccoui ter This will make the price 05 cents a ton Signed the Elghl Hour Agreement Birmingham Ala Dec 4At a meeting of the local International Ty pographical union it was reported that very job office and every liowspaper In Birmingham employing union men 1IaII signed the ell1H our agreement THE OLD DECANTER r There was an old decanter 1 sail Its mouth was Raping wide tie roes wine had ebbed and i awayIIts Or UI ales I salt i went bummtarthummat liP aededawe tae tides It new and tbroch tae ffBthollow nnek the wildest aelea itPblew i plated It in windows win tko blnkt was Mawlag tree and faceted that its pale mouth MUe the q oepuiCn 5 to mn Tim ten querrstbo Ilaicuc ices tfalajmitn sad War Ms htwdrtd t uwnTt the very best of roes but J1W1I flies the bettlo spokebut 1 have en iiuer d mere hues all yew fkroow son jHerers M leered sad fttmoi Ot yoty Then gems le yenta sad rw Wcn come frera e l ray sitt the Iv J rraK tltat Units theircda IIiIJ1rIrrili the spirit up that PIN to OtMX the qrors iht liar tialdr- sdeeres below for this ha dst L ueed millions with the mm tide of woo Thcanh ii the 11 IMtlti It sit dMMMt wave ef laved may j1 lit white I killed tile 1 hays damned tilt rers oL The rhelarn lhe wrd aid Msrh rein wroufbl ae I tn UIInfJ1 manse an the tnoo nl y And Mill breaths ahrlniibeforehy year by tkeaanisT- IIH tread AWHUI tOAD TO UAW Christian 114rk WHY HE QUIT How the Frofio al Man Obtained I a Vision el Miaself If liIContinued t Drunk A profelanal RtBthngan who Wli4Iaeetutfltnetl te take bta aertiltK gktae stepped lute a MWM ant gatac up to the bar oalW for vhhrtg A swap Individual Msttped up to Ida aM said I sojr alre cant yon ask an es fttinwiU fMlaw to isle peer lie WM Mtnoyvd by Uw meaf In mlllarlty aarf rvuthly W Mm I am ist In the habit af Armkisf wMII tramp The tramp repflet Ton n4 not r 0 creaky amt hlthmltU my trlnd I vmttw ci J sty that 1 am of i as tpiM a Ian f lly M yw see hatr rat M wild at- edueetleskHg baler 3 tusk to drtafc WM jot M noooraio M rj aro What N muse I a oaFt hot oar to not tbo fjBBlwmai eM mf eoN for U yon ottrh It to mwhveora sad ho will briny Sus to lust iko nmo nmoo I am Streak with his v ordo tot oat man tot dews bie y as sad tented 10 look at him lla awes won Moodmwt his faeo hmatod hot boota mmmaU hit amthlBc CHby Thoa WM it drinking that mad you Uho tbli- fYak was and It will stag you to the oam If you stick to IfP- tokifiK MB hi itntoochod gkum ho poured the eoatooi upon tot flea tad raidtsaloon never to stiller It nGIIM taste 4 ADVICE TO YOUNG CLERKS One Important XnJMMifBn Ia to tat Alcoholic Llqwoik Dotlrely Alonn When you set Mt to do a tiling 4 Itl Dont be a quitter Hs theretigbtLeave alcohols drubs atone A resolution to that stfoct ailmlt of no possible nuallnaito or eiKiitlBn Hand people their thm o or patois ages IXint lay the money down somewhere in their vklaKy for thm to pick up- Identify yourself with the utoro to the extent of keeploc OB the mm tn terest In the tautness that you would If It were your own Do little things with the same de cree of cam that you use In tho niece Important tiling la so bunlne dotthe Httlo things enut ugthcy do lu a drug store TEMPEHANCa ITEMS There are 31000 liquor shops In Paris Princeton theological seminary u arranging to stop tho voJo of beer In tho Princeton Inn On tho opening night et a temper anco crusade In MfrVotirae Australia Father Maya stored the pledge of 2200 people The city ot Jobrn bur South Africa prohibits a Jtni eDlflutli regarding liquor and gambling on a penalty of 112 or two months Impris onment This law is enforced It has boon found that out of every 100 alcoholics attacked by pneumonia 70 die while out of every 100 non alcoholics so attacked only 23 die Dr Michels says fifty grains of opium to every man woman und child is consumed In the United States an nually In jUhlna but 37 grains to every man woman and child anti in Europe South and Central America 12 grains The Bar He Goes Up Against To wonwns prosrer there nq bar At morn at night at noon lint the greatest bar tu mans prosjoBi- Is the one In tfcenn ctn Mo tea Fir s a lure nf tip 3m in tibr datums 1jiifgry By MR ISAAC HARIU5 Prominent Htbrcw at Button II Iii HAT the Jews have played a prominent and substantial part in the upbuilding of our grand republic is a well established historical fact prom the very landing of Columbus whose voyage was made x ssiblc by a Jew to the present day the Jews have shown a remarkable loyalty and devotion to the republic The unstinted financial assistance of Touro and Solomon in the war of the revolution and the readiness with which they contributed more than their quota of men to the wars in which the United States has been engaged indicate that patriotism imbues the life and spirit of the Jewish citi zen His instinct for success coupled with his sterling virtues of so briety industry thrift and perseverance have contributed to the indus trial upbuilding of the country His remarkable intellectual vigor and I the rapidity with which he changes his economic condition have done much to make our country the most prosperous land under the skies He has transplanted his ideal family life his characteristic tenderness and compassion his steadfastness to his ethical and religious convictions to the country of his adoption and these qualities have hind a healthful influence upon American institutions Degeneracy is foreign to Jewish character and poverty is rarely found with it The Jew has been prominent in politics in reform movements in finance in arts and sciences and is rapidly developing in manual train ing and agriculture J He has his shortcomings but at least in the case of the Russian Jew the faults arc the result of cruel and narrow conditions imposed by the czars government and disappear at soon as the cause is removed The implicit faith in the ability of tho Jew to adjust himself easily to American forms together with the assimilative forces of American I institttttons America+ fill the with abundant hope for the future of the Jew in I Given the opportunity and proper surroundings the Jew will be come a more and more valuable addition to our body politic He fills j the requirements of broad citizenship in every direction His love for an appreciation of the advantages afforded by the country will unfold the best dements of his composition anti out of the blending of theI best virtues and traditions of the orient with he highest and noblest I dYililion of the ocddqnt will be brought forth a lpe of citizen worthy of the prerogative of the stvereigty which American citixeniliip confers the highest I type of manhood the noblest example of ideal citizenship I ID1lr ill111trt1l attii tlu ltl JSUtt fA By DR CHARLES MILLS SI Lout Iatlor How may the church win men r It must develop its power to intrrmt and men a+ men Funda mentally it must reach them not by seeking to entertain them but by I ministering to a nuns 1rrprooted consciousness of tins own steal so that he shall feel every erne that he leaves the church tint he has gained something which sends him oat stronger and better than when he came Anything that has any aroma of unreality in form and ceremony or credalstatementanything that borders on the sensational in the utterances of the pulpit or the ixrfommiwes of the choir anything that is merely a goodygoody platitude either in the sermon or in the hymns must go The church must be on the business side thoroughly up to late for tat Irelal the live bu tOll man will go by the mercantile establish ment living on its dead past so will the practical man fail to enter the church whdeRuictunr is out of repair whose methods arc antiquated and whose administration doos not command resources to keep it vigor ous and aggressive The church must define Christianity in its largest Unite That definition must show that being a Christian tines not mean merely com ing to church or saying our prayers but must menu nothing of living the noblest purest strongest life having two great ends in view a personal diameter made in the likeness of Christ and a personal serv ice which reaches out to all mankind lhc church imist develop the spirit of fraternity among its own men A mans heart cries out for int into association with oilier men On this characteristic the great fratrullios are built Lot the man of the church alrt ally in a common covenant comic together in a noble Ira ternity Let man not in the cliurduimlorstnml that the place where this spirit of fraternity exists hi its finest expression fs in the church of Jesus Christ that whereas other fraternities make a covenant of mu tual service among their members this fraternity in Christ while binding its members together in the closest tics yet makes all brothermen everywhere the object of its effort The church must make its personal service effective Nothing goes so far to win a man as the evidence that another man has found in Christ the secret of a noble life The right to take the name of Christ means the willingness to perpetuate the spirit of Christ and to win men everywhere to the standard of the cross Let us remember the watchword of missions Christ alone can save the world but Christ cant save the world alone T1L3Jutaua- 4ii1at nub Ifothm By JUDGE JDSSO HOLDOM Or Superior Court Chicago attract short every When all union men respect the law and CCAK attempting to forte their demands by violence and crippling the employers business and the employer becomes interested in the welfare and happiness of his employes industrial strife will be infrequent of occurrence Both employer and employe should learn to honestly arbitrate their differences and both sides abide as honestly by the award of thtrarbitrators Let us remember that the inherent right of personal liberty is to be free in the enjoyment of all ones faculties to be free to use them in all lawful ways to live and work where one wills to earn a livelihood by any lawful calling and to pursue any lawful avocation Let us not forget that we live in the land of liberty and that the measure of that lib erty is environed only by the law of the laud and that the path of lib erty must never be obsTfitctcd or he who walks therein is impeded on hi vrill w Reading and Obeying the Law SiMfcy Scaool Let oa for Dec19m5 pecltljrF pared tor This Paper LESSON TEXTNebemlahe91L Mem ory verses 17 II GOLDEN TEXTJi lIsecJ are they that hear lie Word of OoU and keep ItIuke 1111TIJIKTtmpl8 was completed about middle of September D C 441 The dedI cation of the walls began about the nrat day of October PLACE The water gate J nnalra located just south of the tetnjilo area The ostonbly was held In the open square at that point SCRIPTURE nEFEnENCl 8nevalunder Josiah i Kings M823M Under Heztklah Z Chron SO1JZ110 Under Ezra Etra MO5 At lent colC Actat Teach logs concerning Bible atudy and Its elMcta Deut 4110 SS 9 1711 18 311113 etc I Josh 11 Pan 11111 laa 6610 11 taU rWI7 John G33 3031 Rom lt4 Heb 4212 J Put 11920 12 Rev 1J 27 Comment and Buggeatlve Thought- V 8 They Ezra and 13 Lcvlleg whom he had associated with him It seems va 11 that Ezra read from the book of the law the people etand ing while ho read to show their rover ence for the book Then after a por tion had been read the Levltes gath ered little companies and caused them to understand the reading- V 9 Tlrshatha A Persian title meaning governor This day Is holy It was a feast day Lev 2324 and hence more aprpoprlate for expressions of joy than those of grief Wept wonts of the law Doubt less some passage portraying Gods In dignation against sin and the bitter frulla of unrighteousness bad just been read V 10 Eat the fat etc A pro verbial expression meaning Let the day be one of rejoicing and feasting Send portions Make the poor par taken of your Joy Joy strength True Joy is a great source of strength Joy of the Lord means not only the joy of sins forgiven and reconciliation with God but also Christs own joy John 1511 V 11 Stilled the people The Levltea passed among them comforting and cheering them Neither ye grieved While It is proper for us to lament sin when wo have con teased and forsaken it we aro to allow It to be cast behind our backs as Coil does lH 317 and go forward to renewed offset not wasting energy in vain regrets- V II Went their way The as MinUly now broke up for the day Mirth Great rejoicing Because they bail understood The some book of the law had turned their sor row to Joy TIlt book that shows our sin tttto also of the love and mercy af Oed V IS Chief of the fathers The secular ltdin To understand or to give attention to There seem to have boon a voluntary gathering of the people this seeend day and a re qustt that Kim would rt more to them front the law of God V 14 They found written Probably Levlllcua 383443 waa read to them Dwelt In booths The Feast of Tabernacles was celebrated by tho poojilo dwelling In tabernacles or booths made of branches of trees It was the great national thanksgiving wrek V 15 Publish and proclaim Whenever it was desirable to call the people together courtiers were sent throughout the land telling the cause for which they were asked to assam ble and Inviting them to como Tho mount The hill region round about Jerusalem Pine branches Better In Revision Branches of wild olive Olive trees were noted for their thick foliage hence would be especially val uable for erecting the booths In which the peoplo lived during the festival V 16 Upon the roof etc The flat roofs of tho houses afforded con venient places for the erection of these booths Others set them up In the courts of their houses still others laymen as well as priests and Levltes set thorn up In the courts of the tom ple or open spaces In the city Street of tho watergate The broad open space between the temple and the city walls In which the people gathered for tho reading of the law on the first day is meant See v 1 V 17 Come out of captivity It to quite probable that the returned exiles took the lead In this movement and especially enjoyed this festival occasion Since the days of Joshua not done so The meaning seems lo- bo that since the time of Israels first entrance Into Canaan under Joshua this feast had not been observed with 10 great rejoicing V 18 Day by day he read Kcra and his Levlte helpers continued the Bible reading each of the seven days of tho feast We cannot find that I this was required by law and rejoice that It was a token of the sleep Interest and sincere desire of the people to know Gods will for them Eighth day solemn assembly A closing festival bpeclally mentioned In Lev 233G was hold on that day Manner Dotter ordinancePractical Points V 8 Each should read the Dible with prayer that Ho who wrote It will teach him to understand ItPs 1438 V 10 Wo can do nothing well without Joy and a good conscience Phil 44 V 12 As we fully understand the Word of God cur hearts and lives will be filled with great rejohing Jer 15 16V 14 As fast as we learn the will of God let us do itJas 122 V 15 We are sot doing our whole duly unless wo proclaim to others time Word of God that they too may do- lLflow 1016 Judges Kind Admonition On dno occasion Judge Dewey of Boston had before him a couplo of girls charged with stealing ribbons from wreaths on graven AM the evidence of their guilt was not satisfactory ha ordered their dig charge accompanying it with this ad monition Girls keep out of the cemeteries as long as you canLaw Notes Curb Meat Markets The street curb meat market located In a wagon seems so tenacious of existence in some sections of tho country that the theory of disease germs has no effect whatever This la particularly truo of tho south but it applies as well to other parts of the country N Y National Provlaloner Royal Yacht Saluted Tho other day n Ilrltlsh merchant vessel saluted tne royal yacht Victoria and Albert in passing and the Victoria apd Albert did not return the salute Tho skipper of tho merchantman com plained to the admiralty and the cap tain of tho royal yacht sent him an apology Russian Dinner Custom In Russia It Is sometimes tho cus tom at abig dlnnor party for each lady to smoko it tiny cigarette after each course This Is said to not only assist digestion but It also removes tho flavor of tile previous course from the palate Borneo Bankrupts The popper business In Borneo seems to be lu a bad way In a recent issue of the Sarawak Gazette la n list of 21 bankrupts Sixteen of them are or wore pepper planters and after each name la tho word absconded Queen Admiral The queen of Greece In credited with bulng the only woman admiral In tho world having received this honor from the late czav of Russia who vras extremely fond of his beau tlful cousin Irvlngs Family Name Sir Henry Irringa family name of Broadrlbb Is of pure Saxon derivation originally signifying broadrlb as up plied to a stalwart parsoh with a caps clout cheat measurement Room for It A remarkable Improvement is retorted lu ChlBAs army which is al way touted as formidable except when some cation wans to take something away from China Fish Stale Flowsrs In a small shop In New York slty managed by a woman llowws et oj dtrluj coloring arc wads trams Ijt scale of various flab BlamelessiStern Pallnr Hemember to whom you are speaking I fern your father f fortbalLlreBxpensiveShotsf The cost of tiring one shot from o s of Uncle Sams UMnclr guns equals the pay of a private soldier for fire years Dig Fish House The largest dryflsh packing house In the world Isat Halifax It bis 4looO square feet of floor space Best After Dinner Speech The boat afterdinner speech of all The checks are mlneHome and Abroad MARKET REPORTS CliioJnnatl Dee 1 Tlonvy steera 4 75 4 S- OOALVESKxtm 825 j S 50 11o isCll packers 490 Q500 Mixed packers 4 85 if 4 90- SIIEEPhhltra 4 65 Hf 4 75 LAM US Extra 7 50 FLOUR Spring pat 5 lo 4p 5 4u- WIIEATNo 2 red 89 H MM No 3 red 6 s5rCORN No 2 mixed 41 45 No 3 white Q 4- 0OATSNo 2 mixed 33W RyENo2 70 J 72 HAY Ch timothy X14 00 PORK Mess 6 15 00 LARDSteam t 7 50 JJUTTER Ch dairy tt 15 25APPLESPOTATOES Par bbl 200 4 225 TOBACCO New 5 00 X13 00 Old 4 50 014 75 Chicago FLOUR Winter oat 6 10 5 20 WHEAT No 2 red 85 0 88 No 3 red so 86 CORN No 2 mixed 4C 3 46V4 OATSNo 2 mixed fi 29y- rRYENo2 68 PORK Mess 13 40 13 50 LARD Stoam 7 30 tJ 7 3Y New York FLOUR Win strts 3 95 4 10 WIIEATNo 9- 7CORNNo2 redi G9W OATSNo2 3TI RYE Western t i5 PORKMess 15 25 15 50 LARD Steam 7 C5 1 7 75 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red S5 4f 851- cortNNo 2 mixed 50 fc tI 50ys OATSrNo 2 mixed 35 yi TATTLE Steers 4 00 4 50 SHEEP No 1 200 2 55 Louisville WIIFATNo 2red 83 85 CORNNo 2 mixed 52 f11 54 OATS No 2 mixed 32 6J 33 PORK Mess cOlB 80 LARD Steam 8 50 Indianapolis AVI1EAT No 2 red S- VORNNo 2 mixed fay 51 OATS No 2 infxed tip 21 eG I RICHMOND GREENHOUSES 1- V Phone 188 Richmpnd Ky p e i- I I OUT FLOWERS DBSJGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS IIO +o+P+o+o1 +o +o+o+o +o+o+o +o+o+o+o o+o +o+o+o+o+o +o+oo I THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON Io la Lore and every housewife wants one or more + + pieces of new- FURNITURE 2 + CARPET or MATTING L O IIQ4NewFlorence Drop Top Ball Bearing Sowing Machine y 25 530 and 535 worth i60 560 and 167 J CRUTCHER EVANS + i Jopllnl Old Bttni Richmond Ky Diy Pbone73Irghtrboee41M yto +o +o+o+o+o+oIO+o+o +n+o+o +o+o+o +o+o+o+o+o+o+o +o+o+ I Carriage Satisfaction Here BuggiesPhaetons Runabouts Durable GracefulUseful ComfortableStylish bodylnishandcarriages invariably give No better place to buy than HERE No bettor time to buy than NOW Prices down to Rookbottom Qualities up to Topnotch We repaint repair and retiro Get our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS- C F HIGGINS Prop Richmond KT H s Madison County Roller Mills tPPPi 1H 3 Manufacturers Fancy Roller Flour Core Meal Ship Stuffs Crushed Corn Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor will be hard to beat PRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent Flour MxtItltlIo Potts Duerson Whites SuUoo Ky I LOUISVILLE Ie NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table in Effect May 11905 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave Berea 810 n in Arrire Richmond tiiTi n in Arrivo Paris 528 a m Arrive Cineirinati750 a m Going North Train 2 Dally Leave Berea 132 p til Arrive Richmond 200 p m Arrive Paris 330 p m Arrive Cincinnati 510 p m Going South Train 3 Dally mjArrhaGoing South + fP Train I Dally Leave Bores1217 a m Arrive Knoxviiie 700 a m KQIHPMKNT Trains numbers 2 and 1 carry Cutlet Iarlor tr and roaches between Cincinnati anti KnoiTlIle in bolli rtlrcclloun TraIDtuIIMI- WII I slid 4 Pullman Twtlbnltd Pletplng cur soil coaches ttttiYfeu Cloclumll and Kimi flllc In both direction W H lOWER Ticket Agent LOUISVILLE 4 ATLANTIC RYCO Time tibia le rrect April 16 1905 FAST BOUND No I o3 No 1 amU J0lt am C33 m NlPhoSmllle 1100 TJH v View 1134 7 4- 0HjohniomlnrJIM 010 p m OS it in- livlne lUi Ia A1BcatlydltoBf IIJTli JCI 100 JOD wear hiousa I2 No 4 o4 Vmtlllci 753 a u e25 p m KiChOhuvlllA 6M 427- VahleytTctv 62 5 2M tic 6W 115 Ulcmrioml ar 754 p m lSU Irvine 655 v in 1225 Heslljrtlll rIUO a r BtaUffllK Jet 330 103S- No 2aud 91 and 3 male clottt connection at Kirholatvlllc to ami from r iiBtoi and IL 10 and from Clsel ri1IeodIoou yes tOlIDtCh at ileA luutilonor Jartion For jay urlncr lolorma Ueu Id Urn IIA lrUO itVerailles 7 SurriesTraps Call at T1 Moberle sand see the best line of COLLARSTEAM HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS AND ANYTHING That you need for the horse Call youtoT J MOBERLEY Richmond Kentucky 41 PRODUCE CHICKENS GEESE TURKEYS EGGS HIDES TALLOW ETC Bought at topnotch prices by JeS GOTT Depot Strut IIfi Ky IAlso 500 400 300 250 and 225 for Men 300 250 and 200 for N Boys 200 and 175 for Youths iI J The reputation of W L Doujlii shoes for ityfe comfort and wee Is tnowa H everywhere throughout the world They have to jive better iititfacttoa than elher males because the standard has always been placed to high that the wear en expect more for their money than they can get tbcvUrt W carry a full line and can lasur a perfect fit r iaupectlon Inv- itedCOYLE HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY NttSkzAtKktNNtk SetkztKetK k RQ k GM k 1IOOIt i The UptoDate Grocery j IHaving bought out the stock and goodwill of Mrsi Co and having rented the store S I t buildingwhich she occupied I am prepared to supply 5 all Staple and Fancy Family Groceries at the lowest 5 price compatible with good business I will have all S Seasonable Groceries for the holiday season Give 5- aie a call and let me show you what I can do tiWD L OG 8DON M MtrtiWr tWt tarvet s + a +tiskkk t iracco r 11111111111111111111 i 1 111111111111 1 1111111 1 1 1 1111 it t- f Berea and Vicinity t I 1 GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES t i I 1 I f I I I II I I I I I Iii I I r r I This issue of the Citizen is a double one and will be sent widely through the country to advertise i Barn College which takes tho entire l front page It will go into over a thousand families where it does not usually go and will bo an invitation to make it a regular visitant It will jo into many homes from which tfhildreu will come to Beroa this winter It would bo like a letter from them each week Think of it cheaper than a letter and much lest troubleNow it is a question as to who an to represent Kentucky la tho National Hall of Fame Nominations ore in order Those who are nominating tndidatai should not forget that yin Carry Nation wu bred in old Lmtwok7I Charles A Blanchard of Wheaton College Wheaton Ill is expected to preach at the Union Church next Sunday morning- A Kentuckian recently fell dead while building a lIre in the kitchen toys of his home Whether the unwonted exercise brought on heart disease or the man fell a victim to beat apoplexy is a question for the Coroners jury to decide Berea householders will await the verdict with Internet Mr W 0 Moore of Paint Lick recently came in to pay uparrears aud put hla subscription date a year ahead If all our subscribers were ati business like as Mr Moore there would be more fun in Cunning a newspaper Many thank Mr Moore May you lire long and prosper Mr and Mrs J P Bicknell Rev Mr MoCully and Mrs McCulley and Mrs Early drove to Hazel Green Wolf county lost week to attend the District Ministerial Association of the Christian Church They returned Friday night and reported a fine timo ad a good meeting Mrs Charles Cllft who has been sick U allghtly better Bar M K Pasco will return to TJarua Friday night and will occupy the pulpit of the Congregational feurh Sunday morning The house which Mr lames Revere has been building on Chest aut Street ii finished and is an orna Mint to the town It IB also a model 9t flew a liouae should be built I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I Miss Dooley Welch wutshome from Lexington to spend Thanksgiving with her parents Mrs Clift has returned from Ohio where she has been visiting her son WillMr W S Harrison and family have moved into the Titus house which ho recently bought through Real Estate Agent Bicknell Mr Harrison was until recently post master at Jinks Estill County Mr W D Logsdon has bought out Mrs Preston and has begun business on the corner Mr Logsdon has had- a successful career at Brassfiold and Panola and willwithout doubt repeat his successes in Berea Attention Is called to his ad in another column The CollegeAcademy foot ball game advertised for Thanksgiving was a fiasco It is unfortunate that two departments of tho same institu tion cannot get together on such an occasion Much adverse comment was made by wouldbo spectatorsI The subject for general discussion at the Conversation Club will be Russia and its Prospects The Club will meet Friday night at tho home of Mr and Mrs Tupper Lyceum Connie The Lyceum Course for 1900 L arranged for all in the winter term as followsJan Prof Frank I Stone ir the monologue The Rivals Jan 22 Prof Walter B Tripp with a miscellaneous elocutionary programFeb or6 the musical wonder The Aquarian Chimer Feb 20 Edwin Cyclone South era with his great lecture II If I were DevilMarch 5 the great orator Hon Lee Francis Lybarger The course will be superbL DoDO Take Laxative Cold Cure at night and feel O K in tho morning At Porter Drug Co BOARDERS WANTEDLodglngs and table board can be had at the home of the Rev Amos Stout for four persons Would also furnish table board to four oJhwi I u and Onlrr Meeting ILaw to the call published In- the Citizen and elsewhere last wook there wee a meeting In the Parish House Friday night to consider the feasability of an organization for the suppression of the liquor traffic In conIi short addrem stating the object oft meeting Following him Preside Frost spoke for the College Rev Mr Stout for the community and Dr Cornelius for tho business men Other short speeches yen made by otlWIll who were culled upon It was dtCldI a1 to proceed orgnnlzittio Mr Thomson gave the incidents details of organization of an Ant Saloon League but it WRIt decided to call the new organization The Law and Order League of Berea iu All liation with tho Anti Saloon League of Kentucky Ou motion MessrsI Kidd Switzer and Gamble were al- I ointed by the chair a committee ou I nominations Thoy reported the fol lowing officers President Rev A R Thomson VlcePresident Rev Amc Stout Secretary E L Robinson Treasurer C F Coyle Eiecutiv Committee J Burdette W H Porter T J Ooborne Dr Cornelius C I OggThese were unanimously elected On motion it was voted to take pledge orKRnizntionIupon to do Within the next fiftee minutes thirteen hundred dollar were pledged to be drawn upon 811 conditions may demand within the next year The League adjourned in tho midst of great enthusiasm till the Executive Committee shall be ready to report The pledge list is still open for pledges which are coming in daily I iI 11I I I1HHI++F College Items HERE AND THERE I 1 I I I I 1 I I 1 I IJ I I I I I I 1 I I 1 1 I II Mm Putnam gave a Dickens part at the Presidents home Tuesda night for her rhetorical class Tho Merganthalcr Linotype ma chine recently presented to the College ill on the way and will soon be ict up With this an expert operator an set as much typo 08 eight type setters setting by hand R A Marshall who was a fltuden at Berea in 1880 is now a dealer is taple and fancy groceries in Char lotto W Va Mr Marshall was a lassmate of Rev Dr Barton and Rev W H Baker Mary Barker of Owsley County vill era be in school again in the winter Arch Clark of Major writes that be will be back again next term J B Robinson who did nursing Iin the Hospital last year in planning to take a medical course in Louisville his winter Hk cousin and sister trill be in college Rose and Cora Kincaid of Lee County and Lizzie Wilson of farnestville will be in school this winter OA will Caanie Seale and her stet and Nancy Weatover A reception was given Mr and Irs Cartmell at the Presidents house on Wednesday night Miss Louisa Wolfe arrived last uturday noon to take the positions Bookkeeper and Stenographer in reasurer Ctebornos office Mtsa Brooks returned from her acatiou Thanksgiving day Word has come to us of the death of Luther Thompson of Pulaski Kentucky who was a student of lerea during the winter and spring of 1002 He had accepted position 100 the Cincinnati Southern Railroad as brakesman and had been on the road only a few days when he was rushed between ears He lived only about threw hours after he was ijured His friends have the sym pathyof all Berea students and t jacherH who know him Word has come to us of the death of George Russoll who was with us luring 1003 and 1004 He died of onsumption last August Deputy Collector M H Hollldny 11 former student of Borea College sports an extensive raid in- Knox Flodand Letcher counties thirteen moonshine outfits wore de troyed and several arrests made The college Is laying a sidewalk own Meadow Piko to accommodate Mr Flannery There will be a meeting of the uculty Club at the Presidents house on Saturday night The Club 11- 1be addressed by President Blan bardThe Monday lecture was by Pro fpact Rumold on The Secret of Lifo It was much enjoyed and has been Jversally commended Alpha Zeta has challenged Phi Delta to discuss the question of the railroad Commission and Phi Delta hat aeospted ud supports the Com x mission The debute will bo held the first week of the winter term Dr Hubbell Is arranging a party of College workers and students to visit Mammoth Cave during the vacation The details have not OOtn fully decided upon as yet Bishop McDowell of tilt Method t Church bus agreed to preach the noimon at the dedication of lire tin Chapel A great treat isjn store for us on that occasion IProfcAAOr Tiilfonl of Knoxvill np Sunday in Berea Rev Mr Culton of Kichmoni preached the sermon at Sunday night Chapel title week The sermon WIIS greatly enjoyed IMr Spencer and Mr Cartmu have been visiting the College built logs this week on the lookout for defective flues Tho panel work for tho Libyan hay been taken to the building thili weekA baptistry is being constmcte under tho platform of the now Chaps It will bo connected with the watt works and with the steam heutin plantMrs Worthen died at the Hoop tal Thursday morning As Mis Brant she was connected with the College as Cooking Teacher during the College year of 10034 She was a good instructor a genial compan ion and a kind friend and will he moufned byall who knew her She had been married only about a year The sympathy of the whole commit nlty goes out to Mr Wortheu Tim burial will bo at Mrs Worthen1 old home in Ohio The Citllrn The Citizen was established to provide a highclass paper without the objectionable feature that an found in so many of tho papers of tho day for the people of caster Kentucky and beyond its borders It is not a local paper simply but is intended to be for the larger const tuency of the whole northern part of the mountain country in the South In order to supply the newts of Its constituents it furnishes nearly if not quite double the reading of other country papers divided under ap propriate departments of news general information cud literature It appeals to all the inmates of the home to the farmer the housekeeperl- ire school teacher the mother ant the children the ehul ins and tho who go abroad It supplies tin neighborhood news to the ROU or laughter away from home and bring home news of the absent ones Arrest as the extension of its subsorip ion list warrants it will secure now correspondents in new places for il time at nothing less than to supply nenna of communication between all parts of the mountain country Iu subscription price is within tho roaal of all being but a dollar a your only the price of a postage stamp each week Just at present we are giving Beautiful pictures real works of art to each new subscriber for a year lend in your dollar while the supply lasts A Tenaytenlae Ihenlne On Friday evening December 1 the Utile Duke Literary Society gave a Tennysonion program with the Edition of music and a paper full of pioy news items by Miss Maiden The Tonnywmian part of the program onsisted of an essay by Miss Marsh 11 vocal solo Crossing the Bar by list Ambrose a recitation tiThe- Lady of Shallot by Miss King and the reading of A Dream of Fair Vernon by Miss Horn The last WaR illustrated by tableaux with tho following cast of characters eanyian MUs Wathburt- ittraJI sf Troy Mlu pct rblgenIe Mia ChrlamaD Cleopatra MU liunlettc phtbhi Daughter MU Prengrt Pair RoumatK MIa Wilson ucen Kltoorof Provence Miss Ifate- LargarctMore Miss May lUrrlwn- an of Ate Miss Tltfonl- oecn Ktcanor of baron Miss WU ec The effort to present the workof a master in literature is always com icndablo and the choice of such an uthor HS Tennyson with tho wise selections offered could not fail to lease The recitation The Lady of Shallot was clear strong and well presented The reading and tableaul worn kept in fine proportion and the Dream of Fair Women has now a definiteness and vividness to those who heard the reading which robably it never had before We hope that there may be many more public meetings of the Berea literary Societies in which tho program will be chosen chiefly from tho writings of some master in literature Whet h the Mcunlnir of VniE rt Sir Walter Scotts daughter onc- Ipoke In hU hearing of something she- could not endure because It was vul afar My dear replied her father you speak tike a very young lady Do you know after all the meaning of thIs word vulgar It Is only common rotting that Is common except wick Inesfl can deserve to be spoken ot- with contempt When you tmvo lived to my years you will be disposed to greet with me In thanking God that othlng really worth having or caring boat IB this world U uncommon ekiurfs Ltfe of Bcott r 10+0+000+000+00+000 o+o0+010 0O+o+o+O +o+o+ Christmas l 0 Presents TI I I iOur Holiday Displny will be exceptionally finei + this season and we cordially invite our friends and tpatrons to call We have so many things suitablet t for Holiday Gifts beautiful useful and 1 t We were very fortunate this year in making very 1 advantageous purchases It is our aim to give our customers the advantages of our success 1 A thousand d one things to delight yule tide i shoppers Come in next week 1 L I J The POrugiNCQUrOlUTED Co IIii lA Furniture is a Necessity 1i i6You must have it to make your home look and feel i for the winter There comfortableItime to buy than now the things you need m mgroomandDesks Parlor Carpets Furniture DinI i Shades Pictures etc W m LOUIS 0 LESTER Next to the Mill Chestnut Avew ioPhone93 tW L The Little Four= 1 Building Paper 40 cts per Roll Ship Stuff 95 cts per hundred Meal 50 cts per bushel and a Nice lot of Woolen Dress Goods New Stock at Half Price ac A P SETTLE Jr i SHOES nI SHOES iJJI SHOES i i d 01IIAnd we sell the American Gentlemen Shoes for en and the American Lady Shoes for Women made by a- o HamiltonBrown Shoe Company When you need I Shoes call and see our line before buying elsewhere i i i The New Cash Store I t o 0 RHODUS GREEN PROPS in- oooooocoooooooooooooooeooee 0 0S PllEsthF ANNUAL MESSAGE I 10 CONGRESS 4 Makes Recommendations for What He Considers Important Legislation i RAILROAD RATES FIRST TOPIC j Would Materially Increase the Powers ot Interstate Commerce Commission LIFE INSURANCE QUESTION Been Good and Evil in Labor Union Antes for Immediate Approprl nUon tot Panama Canal nnd 1rotniaia Roport of Board of En Dinners and Recommendations Later Other Mutters WRIhingifl Doc LTh annual me S tKi of l rea ilent Roosevelt WM read n t h houn fit eOgree t47 It Is aOC ftn of oo M words act iO ai ti f n rtHctmsteatatioas tOt much Important 1uiHunT kuhject of fIr iiupltV111S oteor porfeiunn as4spr railroad corpora tIo In the Bret I iir treated ol by ibe Idllt 4 to i live lbs gNSIS- Iasstt of AUMtltt After MMkltee tI0 ariMtni prosperity i Ue coualrr aC lbS- powsr of tile cpu ions for g a of Su I5 ewmottM WI lIt iauo proeperuy he along I Mw minnce St LbS Mtlon irs kepi ISWM an iviei basU MO ejher uMMten f mtwal onomy with the osrgr bs the power to dol tni- I t astro 1 lit lospoitrnS lbs maUfr ot ttMtaavorta to SsI V proper Musilfl1- eoeIlkn us wblb h MrilvMoaU M MHOUS itt isl eipoiitoni AolftK on interstate bunt MM are tS act Ibo SMkr ol our imHoaal eMMltvtlun wei t 4gpSSSIIy that the r UioT f 1 CTsijtf emsri hnuW csms with en tke bptItS of the 1I neral gwemsBen The StftuIIt ts fr of lbsb tatting thm Min4 5fl VP5 then ovrwhIRnE- DVI tfcv en lr ireiiar lo ar I view el lb iUHHsju 4vi pmiH of btV- ttsa aI4 U41y eertwrat in bra IjwSO e ha hown raactaslv Ir tk It II Mel iry to pt sI v rMldon I mpervlslon of tte w ITTII crv ratt by stat action Mursi i K iUtlon awl nurvlilon can oniv toe sec tt7 itI by a sorefwlfin wbS I 4ietlon in Inlh with ihr new w rk of ho c rwrsIOiiiht i liv MM iLIUIii gV rt mnl I kwllew that tin ro ultion inn supervision CMI AiaI lur the i irlnicM of law b- ytiirW K thl4 piv IsspoMlMc 1 tirtstotir b nirMMnr ulttaMleir to 4lslrr in tNSS t fN rn iurh powor upon lb Mktlxtal gmr trni by a proper MfJlnont at tIN footliulloo It would obvlMMy bv gnwtw 10 rndearor to secure urk sin jtMMtaHPni iinill It II certain that tit ritiU einol hr obtained under thr IS5ItiIIoi 0 It tpw Is The Uws oI ibniaro nit of ihr Mveral stat liithtvt an paMrt upon by tbS court bass rchulird IDeM oftun In sbowtng that tnt stat hav iii powor In bo matter thin ibc th nailonat gnvorant has iwwtr I biil thre ml proosut extets a vrr iinf irlunate rondltlun of thIngs iiUdrr WM h thu gre i corporation sol po1Imlther sy state avrmmefit nor the na tional s xtflttit hiring effective sois trd av r them Our ptofcilr aim should I belaUn rautleusly and rare fufly PfltIIt v t lbs tuU ul govtmsMnt by mrmatlve It tieD rrKnt Laws Inadequate natonalratherIhnl prohibithalsad have In part In their prohibitions andhalcrafty uWlees to try to prohibit sit tee straint on fompellKoit whether this re ilralnl In reasonable or unreasonable gnershyI not INiaMbI0 adequately to secure the hrincessant tournfOreterftt of the antitrust IfgltlaUon btrocamlhIMIeffl tiii mnral frM ef the prose itlon theltIIIsuit In tin way of ranomla citing The surreMful pro cutlan of one devise to rvade the law Immediately develops another dvvl f to accomplish the same put pose Vluit Is nettled Is not sweeping prohlblllnn at crory arrangement good or bail which tnuy tend to restrict com petition Itt siieb adequate supervision 514 iftfiiintlon ns will prevent any rv irlclliii of oorapetltlon from being to the detriment of the public as well as purli up rvtslon and regulation as win prevent atlicr abuses In no way connected with restriction of competition Of these abuses perhaps the chief although by no mtanx Uie only one Is overcapltallza tlonCln rally Itself the result ot dlihon iet prtnnottoflbeeLUae of the myriad rvlU It brings In tie train for such over capitalization often means an Inflation that Invites business panic It always con veals tlio true relation ot the profit earned to the iMoltsl actually Invested and It rrealm a burden of Interest payments which Ic n fertile cause of Improper rr Ourtlon ii or limitation of wages It damngrt me small Investor discourages thrltt rnI encourages gambling and uprculatKir while perhaps worst of all is the trliKineua and dishonesty which it- irnpIieoInr harm to moral Is worse than any pitKKllile harm to material Interests and tht debauchery ofpont IIII and busi ness by treat dishonest corporations Is far wpriic than any actual material evil they do lh t public Until the nallontl coverAincnt obtains In some manner which tliff wisdom of the congress nay suggest proper control over the big cor pcmtlnui engaged In Interstate commerce that hi ussr the great majority of the big corthratlOttait will be Impossible to deal tdcquately with these nil Rnllroad Rate Regulation I am well aware of the dlffleultlei I HI the icarlsUtiort that I am suggest Ing nnd of the need of temperate and oautloiiH action In securing It I should emphatically protest s raInst Improp erly radical or hasty action The first thing to do Is to dial with the IIIrou corporations onen Bed In the business of Interstate transportation An I said In my message of December c last the Immediate ROIl roost pressing need so far as legislation Is concerned Is the enactment Into law of some scheme to secure to the agents of the govern ment such supervision and regulation of the ra4en charged by the railroads of the country engaged In Interstate truino os shall summarily and effec tively prevent tlio impositlnn of unjust or unreasonable rote It must Include putting a complete stop to rebates In every shape and form This power to roguish rates like all similar power ovr the business world should be ex ercised with moderation caution and selfrestraint but It should exist so that It can be effectively exercised when the used arise The lint ocrnfldtrntlmi to be kept In mind In that the xjwer should be affirmative il BIOV be given to some administrative body created by the congress It given to the present Interstate commerce commission or to a reorganised Interstate commerce commission such commission chould be made unequivocally administrative I do not believe In the government In terfering with private business more than Is necessary I do not believe In the government undertaking any work which can with propriety be left In private hands Jut neither do I be hove III the government Illnchlnu from overseeing any work when It become evident that abuses arc sure to ob lain therein unless there Is govern mental supervision It la not my prov- Ince to Indicate the exact terms of the law which should be enacted hut I Mil the attention of the emIgre to certain existing condition with which It Is desirable to dal In my Judg moat the most Important provision which Mich law should contain Is that conferring upon some competent ad ministrative body the power to decide upon the ease bolntf brought before It whether a give rat prescribed by a railroad Is reaeonable And Just and It It Is mind to tn UHrtf abU antI unjust tfcen after full Investigation St the complaint to proscribe the limit ot rat boytI which It shall not be lawful to gth maximum reason ablo rats as It Is commonly called this decision to go Into effect within a reasonable time and to obtain treat tbac onward subject to review br the courts It sometime liappns at present not that n rate is too hip but that a tavorid shipper Is given too tow a rat In stick ease the commis ibis would have the right to fix this already eetnbllsbwl minimum rae as the maximum and It would need only on or two sued dxuion br hi com rnlMten to cure railroad eompaftlee ef tllo practice of ulvlnw Improper minimum ratio I rail your attention to the tat that my prepeeal is not to give the oemmlMlon power to Initiate or selylnats rat generally but to regMtalo a rate already Axed or origi nated br th TeStIS upon complaint and aflr lnvr tlg tlon A heavy penalty should l exacted from any corporation which falls to reapoct an order of the rommleuton I regard this power Ii establish a maximum rate s being eaaenlUI to any scheme of real reform In the matter of railway regulation The tInt noceeslty Is to ertirA It and unlass It Is granted to the rommlsalon there is little use In touching the aubjort at all Rebate Realty Blackmail Illegal transaction often occur un der the forms of Uw It has often oc curred that a shipper his been told by a IraTOc oOicer to buy R large quanllly of some commodity and thin after It has boon bought an open re duction Is made In the rate to take elfert Immediately the arrangement resulting to the proflt of the one skip per sail the otis railroad and to the damage of all their competitors for It must not be forgotten that the big shippers are at least as much to blame as any railroad In the matter of rebates The law hnuld make It near in that nobody rn tail to under stand that any kind of commission paid en freight shipments whether In this form or In the torn of tIctitiOu- ldamage or of a concession a fri paaa reduced paaeenger rate or pay most of brokerage U Illegal It Is worth while considering whether tt would nt be wiso to confer on the government the right of civil action against the beneficiary of a rebate fort least twice the value af the rebate this would help stop what Is really blackmail Htevatnr allowances should be stopped for they have now grown to such an extent that they are de moralising and are use 1 as rebates The best possible regulation of rates would of course he that regulation secured by an honest agreement among the railroads themselves to carry out the law Buch a general agreement would for Instann at once put a stop to the effort ot any one big shipper or big railroad to dis criminate against or secure advan tages over sonic rival and such agree ment would mike the railroads them selves agents for enforcing the law The power vetted In the government to put a stop to agreements to the detriment of the public ahould In my Judgment be accompanied by power to permit under specified condition and cartful supervision agreements clear ly In the Interest of the public But In my Judgment the necessity for giving this further power Is by no means as great as the necessity forgiving the commission or administra lYe body the other powers I have enumerated above and It may well be Inadvisable to attempt to vest this particular power In the commission or other administrative body until It al ready possesses nnd Is exercising what I regard as by tat the most Important of all the powers I recommend as In deed the vitally Important power that to fix a given maximum rato which rate after the lapse of a reasonable time goes Into full effect aubject to review by the courts All private car lines Industrial roads refrigerator charges anJ the like should be expressly put under the supervision of the Interstate commerce commission or some similar body so far as rates and agreements practically affecting rates are concerned The private car owners and the owners of Industrial railroads are en titled to a talc and reasonable compensa thou on their Investment but neither pri vate cars nor Industrial railroads nor spur tracks should be utilized as devices for securing preferential rates A rebate In Icing charges m mileage or In a divi alan of the rate for refrigerating charges Is Just as pernicious as a rebate In any otlitr way No lower rate should apply on goods Imported titan actually obtains on domestic goods from the American eaboar to IUnUon except In cases where water competition Is the controll log Influence There shOuld be publicity of the account of common carriers no common carrier engaged In Interstate business thquld keep any books or Mem oranda other than those reported pur luant to law or regulation and these books or memoranda should be open to the inspection of the government Only In this way can violations or evasions of the law be surely detected A system bt examination of railroad accounts should be provided similar to that now conducted Into tte national bonks by the bank ex aminers a few firstclass railroad ac countants If they had proper direction and proper authority to Inspect book and piptrti could accomplish much Is pre l I venting willful violations ot the law It would not be necessary for them to ex i amine Into the accounts of any railroad I unlasi for good reasons they were direct ed to do so by the Interstate commerce commission It Is greatly to be desired that some way might be found by which In agreement as to transportation with in a stOle Intended to operate as a fraud upon the federal Interstate commerce laws could be brought under the Juris diction of the federal authorities At present It occurs that Urge shipments of interstate trafllo are controlled by con cessions on purely state business which of course amounts to an evasion of the law The commission should have power to enforce fair treatment by the great trunk lines of lateral and branch lines Immediate Action Urged I urge upon ho congress the need of providing for expeditious action by the interstate commerce commission In all these matters whether In regulating rates for transportation or for storing or for handling property or commodities In transit The hlalsry ot the oases liti gated under the present commerce act shows that Its efficacy has been to a great degree destroyed by the weapon of delay almost the most formidable weapon In the hands of those whose purpose It is to violate the law The president asks for legislation com polling railroads to Install block systems on their lines and also calls the attention of congress to the excessive hours of labor of train service employes of the railroad companies are often subjected to lie tee ommends that a commission be appointed to study of employers liability with the ob Sect of the enactment of a law covering tbe subject and applicable to all Industries within the scope of the federal power The Labor Question The labor question Ie treated of at eon siderable length and In hue connection the saysThen demand for depriving courts of the power to Issue injunctions In labor disputes Buch special limita Ion ot the equity powers of our courts would be most unwise It is true that some Judgas have misused this powr but this does not Justify a denial of tha power any snore thin an Improper exit duo ef the power te call a strike by a labor leader would Justify tho denial of the right to Vtrlke The remedy I to regulate the procedure by requiring the Judge to give due notice to the all01111 parties before granting the writ the hear ing to be ex port If the adverse party does not appear at the time and pUce ordered What Is due notice mutt dnpend upon the facts ot the case It should not be uMd as a pretext to permit violation ot law or the Jeopardising of life or property Of course this weuld not au thins the lusting of a retraining order or Injunction In any case In which It hi oct already authorized by existing law I renew the reoammestdatlen I made In mr last annual message for an In vestigation by the deportment of tom mere and labor of general labor condi lion especial attention te be paid to the conditions at child labor and child labor legislation In the several state Such aa iBvbatlgaUon should take Into account the variews problems with which the qottei if child labor U connected It- t true that the problem can be actu ally met In roost eases only by the state themselves but It would be will for fits alloa to endeavor to secure and publish comprehensive Information a to tho conditions of the labor of children In the dif ferent slates so as to spur up those that are behindhand and to secure approx imately uniform legislation ef a high character among the several states In uch a republic as ours the one thing that we cannot afford te neglect Is the problem of turning out decent clllcens The future of the nation depends upon the cltlienabtp of he generation to eem the children of today are those who tomorrow will shape the destiny of our land and we cannot afford to neg let thorn The legislature of Colorado baa recommended that the national gov ernment provide some general measure for tbe protection from aLms of children and dumb animals throughout the tilted State I Uy tbe matter before you for what I trust will be your favorable con sideration The department of commerce and labor should also mike a thorough investiga lion of the conditions of women In In dustry Over LOS American women- are now engaged la gainful occupation yet thor is an almost complete dearth of data upon which to base any trust worthy conclusions as regards a subject as Important ss It Is vast and compli cated There Ii need of full knowledge Oft which to base action looking toward state and municipal legislation for the protection ef working women The In troduction of women Into Industry Is working change and disturbance In the domestic and social lire of the nation The decrease In marriage and especially In the birth rate has been coincident with It We must face accomplished fact and the adjustment to factory conditions must be made but surely tt can be made with less friction and hiss harmful effects on family life then Is now the case This whole matter In reality forms one of the greatest sociological phenomena of our time It is a social question of the first Importance of far greater Im portance than any merely political or sove1itsane and scientific spirit In the course of an exhaustive Investigation- In concluding with the subject of labor ithe president says In any great labor disturbance not only are employer and employ Interested but also a third party the general public Every considerable labor difficulty In which interstate commerce Is Involved should be invMtlgnted by the govern ment and the facts oillcully reported to the public Equal Sights for All The question ot securing a healthy selfrespecting and mutually sympathetic attitude as between employer and em ploye capitalist and wage workrr Is a difficult one All phases of the labor problem prove difficult when approached But the underlyng principles the root principles In accordance with which the problem must be solved are entirely sim pie We can get Justice and right dealing only If we put as of paramount Impor tance the principle of treating a man on his worth as 1 man rather than with reference to his social position his occu potion or the class to which be belongs There are selfish and brutal men In all ranks of life If they are capitalists their selfishness and brutality may take the form of hard Indifference to suffei Ing IIrullydlfellard of every moral Nwith the accum ulation of wealth and coldblooded cx- ploitatlon of tho weak or If they are laborer the form of laziness of sullen envrof the more fortunate and at will tngneis to perform deeds 6t murderous reprelteMlbll JoinIncomes rrinlfest Individual capitalist and Individual wage worker corporation and union are alike entitled to the protec thelawThe Insurance Scandal On the subject of life Insurance the presi dent says recent events haye emphasized the Importance ot early iftlpn looking to a solution of the subject of some sort of con trol that will furnish better safeguards than the several states have bun able to furnish against corruption of the flagrant ttjisIThere U peed of n stricter and uni I form regulation of the vast IhsiiFartee Interests of this country The United Stuteii should In thin respect follow the policy of other nations by providing adequate national supervision of com mercial Interests which are clearly na tional In character My predecessors have repeatedly recognized that the foreign business of these companies an Important part of our foreign com mercial relations During the admin istrations of Presidents Cleveland Harrison and McKinley the state de partment exercised Its Influence through diplomatic channels to prevent unjust discrimination by foreign countries against American Insurance companies These negotiations Illus rAted the propriety of the congress recognizing the national character of Insurance for In the absence of federal legislation the state department could only give expression to the wishes of the authorities of the several states whose policy was Ineffective uniformityI tion that the congress should also con alder whether the federal government hiss any power or owes any duty With respect to domestic transactions In Insurance ot an Interstate character That state supervision has proved In adequate Is generally conceded The burden upon Insurance companion therefore their policy holders of nndI dieting regulations of many states Is unquestioned while but llltlo effective cheek is Impoiied upon any able nnd unscrupulous man who desires to ex ploit the company In his own Interest at the expense ot the policy holders and of tho public The Inability of a RUito to regulate effectively Insurance corporation created under tho laws of other states and transacting the larger part of their business elsewhere Is also clear A s a remedy for this evil of conflicting Ineffective and yet bur clenjMme regulations there has been fer many years a widespread demand fur federal supervision The congress has already recognized that Interstate Insarmnce may be a proper subject for fed Ira I legislation for In creating bureau of corporations It HUII It to publish and supply useful formation concerning Interstate porutlons Including corporations en gagjed In insurance It Is obvious that If the compilation of statistics be tke limit of the federal power It la wholly Intffectlve to regulate this form of commercial Intercourse between the states and as the Insurance business has outgrown In magnitude the possibility of adequate state su pervision the congress should carefully consider whether further legisla tion can be had Whet Is said above applies with equal force to fraternal and benevolent organizations which contract for life Insurance Under the subject of national revenues 4bepresldent makes a plea for the enact meAt of reciprocal arrangements between this and other countries but does not ask far any tariff legislation nt the present time In the same connection be asks for economy la appropriations Business Methods in Departments On the subject of graft in the several government dpartmBta that have been under Investigation he says At various time I have Instituted Investigations Into the organisation and conduct of the bovine of the ex ecutive department While none of thee inquiries have yet progressed far enough to warrant final conclu ofOfis they have already confirmed and emphasized the general tmpre lop that the organisation of tile de partment Is often faulty In principle aad wasteful lit results while many of their basliiPM methods are anti quAfed and inefficient There is every re i pn why our executive govern mental machinery should be at least as well planned economical and ehtclefkt AI tbe beet machinery of the greatkuaInas organisation which at preheat Is not the case To make It so II a task of complex detail and ea- nUallf executive In Its nature probably no legislative body no matter how wise and able could undertake It with reasonable prospect of success I recommend that tbe congress con cider this subject with a view to pro vide by legiclatlqn for the transfer distribution consolIdation and assign taint of duties and executive organlza tlqaa or parts of organizations and for the changes In business Tithll11 within or between the several depart mafia that wilt beet promote the economy enVlency and high character of the government work Federal Elections On the subject of federal elections he rec ommends that It be made unlawful for po lltlcol patties to receive campaign con tributions from the corporations and also that It be made unlawful for corporations to give such contributions and In this ran nrotlon lie says- Contributions by corporations to any purpose should be forbidden by law directors should not be permitted to use stockholders money for such pur poses and moreover a prohibition of this kind would be as far as It went an effective method of stopping tho evils aimed at In corrupt practices acts Not only should both the na tional and the several state legisla tures forbid ant officer t If corpora tlon from using the moneyottli cor poration In or about anY tlecUonbu- ttheyl1oud also forbld fuch ulS of money In connection with any legisla tion save by the employment of coup set in public mariner tor distinctly le gal service The Hague Conference The Hague conference and the sub jet arbitration generally la treated of at considerable length and In this connection an explanation is given of this governments connection with the coming conference In the following words The first conference of nations held at The Hague In 183 being unable to dis pOst of all the business before it recom mended the consideration and settlement of a number of Important questions by another conference to be called subse quently and at an early date These questions wero the following th Tho rights end duties of neutrals the limitation of the armed forces on land and sea and of military budgets 3 the use of new types and calibers of military and naval guns tl the Inviolability of private property at sea In times of war 6 the bombardment of ports cities and Villages by naval force Jn October at the Instance of the Interparlia mentary union which at a conference lejr in the United States and attended byv the lawmakers of IS different nations had reiterated the demand for ft second conference ot nations X luutfd Invitations to all the powers signatory to The Hague invention to send delegates to such a conference and suggested that It be again held at The Us note of De cembr Ii 9i Ihtfnlte Statti joyrn meat communicated to thr representa tives of foreign government Its belief that the conference could be besV ar ranged under the prOvisIons of the pres Cot Hague treaty From all th powers acceptance was re celved coupled n some cases with the condition that we should watt until the end of the war then waging between Rus sia and Japan The emptrorof Ilussla Immediately after the treaty of peajce which so happily terminated this war 11 a note presented ta the president on September IS through Ambassador Rosen took the Initiative In recommending that the conference be now called The United StateN government In response expressed its cordial acquiescence and stated that II would as a matter of course take part la the new conference and endeavor to further ItI alms We assume that all civilized governments will support tht movehieot and that the conference Is now an assured fact This government will do everything In Its power to secure the success of the conference to the end that substantial progress may be made In the cause of International poaee Jus boo and good will In the conclusion of this subject he nays I have dwelt much on the dangers to be avoided by steering clear of any mere foolish sentimentality because my wish for peace Is so genuine and earnest because I have a real antI great desire that this second Hague conference may mark a long stride forward In the direction of securing the peace of Justice throughout the world No object U better worthy the attention of enlightened statesmanship than the establishment of a surer method than now exists ot securing Justlce as between nations both for the protection of the little nation and for tha prevention of war between the big nations To this aim we should endeavor not only to avert bloodshed but above all effectively to strengthen the forces of right The Golden Rule should he and as the world grows In morality It will be the guiding rule of conduct among nations as among Individuals though the Golden Rule must not be construed In fantastic manner as forbidding the exercise of the police power This mighty and free republic should ever deal with all other states great or small on a basis of high honor respecting their rights as Jealously as It safeguards Its ownThe Monroe Doctrine receives lengthy consideration as does also the appeal of Santo Domingo for amlst ano which the president btlleves It Is our duty to give In treating of the subjaot of the arrriy and navy the president favors a change In the method of promotion ftc would promote officers on merit Instead of br seniority believing that this method would be conducive to bet ter efficiency than the one now In vogue He olio recommend an In crease In the coast artillery the gar rUoning of eoasliltrablo bodies of troops at one place and for an increase and reorganization of the med ical service In both the army and nary Naturalization Laws Legislation In line with the recommenda lone of the naturalization commission ap pointed by the president last March II asked for These recommendations are given as follows First A federal bureau of naturaliza tion to be established In the department of commerce and labor to supervise the administration ot the naturalization laws and to receive returns of naturalizations pending and accomplished Second Uniformity of naturalization proI Third More exacting qualifications for citizenship Fourth The preliminary declaration of Intention to bo abolished and no alien to be naturalized until at least 90 day after the ming of his petition Fifth Jurisdiction to naturalize aliens to be confined to United States district courts and to such state courts as have Jurisdiction In civil notIons In which the amount In controversy Is unlimited In cities of over 1KMIM inhabitants the United States district courts to have ex elusive Jurisdiction In the naturalization Of the alien residents of such oitles Public Land Laws Recommendation for change la the pub lie land laws are made and In this connec lion the president says The creation of small Irrigated farms under the reclamation act is a powerful oftsnt to the Uuulanoy at cer r laws to foster or permit monopoly of the land Under that act the construction of great Irrigation works has been proceeding rapidly and successfully the lands reclaimed are eagerly taken up and the prospect that the policy of national Irrigation will accomplish all that was evpeeted of It la bright The net should be ex tended to include the state of Texas The recfUmatlon act derives much of Its value from the fact that It tends- to secure the greatest possible num ber of homes on the land and tt ore ate communities of freeholders ir part by settlement on public land In part by forcing the subdivision of large private holdings before they can get water from government Irrigation works The law requires that no right to the use of water for land In private ownership shall be sold for a tract exceeding 160 acres to any one land owner This provision has excited active and powerful hostility but tho success of the law Itself depends on the wise nnd firm enforcement of It We cannot afford to substitute tenants for freeholders on the public domain The greater part of the remaining public lands cannot be Irrigated They are at present and will probably always be of greater value for grazing than for any other purpose This fact has led to the grazing homestead of ceo acres In Nebraska and to the pro posed extension of It to other states It Is argued that a family cannot be supported on HO acres ot arid grazing land This III obviously true but neither can a family be supported on 840 acres of much of the land to which It is proposed to apply tho grazing homestead To establish universally any such arbitrary limit would be un wise at the present time It would probably result on the one hand In enlarging tho holdings of some or the great land owners and on the other In needless suffering and falluro on the part of u very considerable pro portion of the bona fldo settlers who give faiths to the Implied assurance ot the government that such an area Is sufficient Tho best use of the public grazing lands requires the careful examination and classification of these lands In order to give each settler land enough to support his family and no While this work la being done and until the lands are settled the government should take control of tho open range under reasonable regulations suited to local needs follow ing the general policy already in suc cessful operation on the forest reserves It Is probable that the present grazing value ot the open public range Is scarcely more than half what It once was or what It might easily he again under careful regulation The Immigration Question Several recommendations h4king to changes In the present Immigration laws are made and he suggests ihst United States government agents pua upon Immi grants before they leaye their native shores for this country ileahso recomniends such IIhardblpInto or visiting this country but without letting down the bars to the Chinese coolie labor and In this connection he says Dut In the effort to carry out the policy of excluding Chinese laborers Chinese coolies grave Injustice and wring have been dons by this nation to the of nalion professional men of all kinds not only merchants but banker doctors manufac turers professors travelers antI the 1I11e should be encouraged to corns hue and treated on precisely the came toqtthg that we treat students business men travelera and the like of other nations Our laws and treaties should be framed not so as to put these people In the excepted classes but to state that we will admit all Chinese except Chinese of the coolie class Chlceso skillet or unskilled labours There wouia o not ba the least denser that any such provision would result in any relaxation of the law about labored These will under all condition bl kept out absolutely hut It will be more easy to see that both Justice and courtesy are shown as they ought to be shown to other Chinese If the law or treaty Is framed as above suggested Examinations should be completed at the port of departure from China For this purpose there should bo provided a more adequate consular service In China than we now have The appropriations both for trft ofllcco of the consuls and for the oftlne forces In the consulates should be In creased Insular Possessions He treats at considerable length of condi ions In the Philippines and recommends that the coastwise laws of the United States as applied to the archipelago be sus pended until July 1 1909 Ha recommends the Immediate fortification of Hawaii In order to conserve the Interests of this coun try In the 1aciflc lie also advocates ths adoption of legislation that will explicitly confer American citizenship on the people of Porto Rico anti on the general subject of Insular affairs says I wish also to call the attention of the congress to one question which affects our Insular possessions generally namely the need of an Increased liberality In the treat ment of the whole franchise question In these Islands In the proper desire to prevent the islands being exploited by specula tots and to have them develop In the Inter est of their own people an error has been made In refusing to grant sufficiently lib eral terms to Induce the Investment oC American capital In the Philippines and In Forto RIco Elsewhere In lila message t have spoken strongly against the jealousy of mere wealth and especially of cor potato wealth as such But It Is particular ly regrettable to allow any such jealousy to be developed when we are dealing either with our Insular or with foreign affairs The big corporation has achieved Its pres ent position In the business world simply because It Is the most effective Instrument In business competition In foreign affairs we cannot afford to put our people at a dill advantage with their competitors by In anyway discriminating against the efficiency of our business organizations In the same way we cannot afford to allow our Insular possessions to lag behind In Industrial de velopment from any twisted jealousy oC business success It is dt course a mere truism to say that the business interests or the Islands will only be developed If it become the financial Interest of somebody to Develop them Yet this development Is one of the things most earnestly to be wished for in the Interest of the Islands themselves We have been paying all possible heed to the political and educational interests of the Islands but Important though these ob jects are It Is not less Important that wa should favor their Industrial development The government can in certain ways help this directly as by building good roads but the fundamental and vital help must be given through the development of the industries of the Islands and a most effi dent means to this end Is to encourage big American corporations to start Industries In them and this means to make It advan tageous for them to do so To limit the ownership of mining claims as has been done in the Philippines Is absurd In treating of Alaska he asks that that territory bo granted an elective delegate to congrees and of the territories of Oklahoma Indian territory New Mexico anti Arizona he says Admission to Statehood I recommend that Indian territory and Oklahoma be admitted as one state anti that New Mexico and Arizona be admitted as one state There Is no obligation upon us to treat territorial subdivisions which are matters of convenience only as bind log us On the question of admission to state hood Nothing has taken up mere time In the congress during the past few years than the question as to the statehood to Tie granted to the four territories above mentioned and after cartful consideration of all that has been developed in the die cussions of the question I recommend that they be Immediately admitted as two states There is justmcatlon for further delay and the advisability of making the four territories Into two states has been clearly established In some of the territories the legislative assemblies issue licenses for gambling The congress should by law forbid this practice the harmful results of which are obvious at a glaace The Panama Canal lie refers to the Panama canal but aside from asking for an Immediate appropria tion does not give any recommendations as to other legislation at this time but prom ices a later communication which shall con lain the report of the board of engineers and his own conclusions as to the type ot canal On this subject he says The American people is pledged to the speediest possible construction of a canal adequate to meet the demands which this commerce of the world will make upon it and I appeal most earnestly to the con gress to aid In the fulfillment of the pledge Gratifying progress has been made during the past year and especially during the past four months The greater part of the nec essary preliminary work has been done Actual work of excavation could be begun only on a limited scale till the Canal Zone was made a healthful place to live la and to work in The isthmus had Jo be sanitat ed first This task has been so thoroughly accomplished that yellow fever has been virtually extirpated from the Isthmus and general health conditions vastly Improved The same method which converted the Island of Cuba from a pest hole which menaced the health of the Vorld Into a healthful place of abode have been applied on the Isthmus with satisfactory results There Is no reason to doubt that when the plans for waler supply paving and sewer age of Panama arid Colon and the large labor camps have been fully carried out the isthmus will M for the tropics an un usually healthy place of abode The work Is so far advanced now that the health of all those employed In canal work Is as well guarded as It Is on similar work In this country and elsewhere In addition to sanitating the isthmus satisfactory quarters are being provided for employes and an adequate system of supplying them with wholesome food at reasonable prices has been created lies pitals have been established and equipped that are without superiors of their kind anywhere The country has thus been made fit to work In and provision has been made for the welfare and comfort of those who are to do the work During the past year a large portion of the plant with which the work Is to be done has been or dered It Is confidently believed that by the middle of the approaching year a sum dent proportion of this plant will have been Installed to enable us to resume this work ofexcavatlon on a large scale What Is needed now and without delay Is an appropriation by the congress to meet the current and accruing expenses of the commissions The first appropriation of 110000060 out of the tisSOCO000 authorised by the Spooner act waS wade three years ago It Is nearly exhausted There Is barely enough of It remaining to carry the commission to the end of the year Unless the congress shall appropriate before that time all work must cease To arrest prog ress for any length of time now when mat ters are advancing so satisfactorily would be deplorable There will be no money with which to meet payroll obligations anti none with which to meet bills doming due for materials and supplies and there will be demoralization of the forces here anti on the isthmus now working 10 harmoniously and effectively If there Is delay in grant ing an emergency appropriation The message closes with a recommendation for more adequate provision for thin work of this state department and a read justment of the salary nit of our dlplonatl ocerL f 1 I I I I J I I I I I I II I I I I I I III H I I I 11 I I II I J I JI I I I I I I I I I t Eastern Kentucky NewsI ire correspondence published u deu dined to taU by the writer The amo- I sot for psbaanon but a as n14ellce ct good faith Write plllllly tLLLUULLLtf +1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I MADISON COUNTY DREYFUS Dec cJobn Sandlin and family who left for Hamilton Ohio about three weeks ago returned to this place Tuesday week Marion Jones made a business trip to Berea last weekT Lear the popular drum tier was in our little town Weduea lay Kenneth Hundley and sots Store returned from Hamilton Tues layBob Hudson and family were the of Dan Hudson and family undaynightuGeorgu McCollum Polly McCollum s Nnnoii Gabbard have been visiting friends and relatives here the last week W P Sandlin rondo a business trip to Lexington last week Willie Ogg who has been in bed with typhoid fever for about six weeks is improve ing featBorn to Mr and Mrs J May C Lain on December 1a fine layHugh Young and family left for Illinois last week where they expect to make their future homo David Powell of Jackson county stayed over night with his brother lohn Powell this week on his way to Richmond Several from this vi cinity attended court at Richmond Monday Misses Martha and Suda Powell were the guests of Miss Dora Hudson SundayR Hudson ant wife loft for Lexington Neb week iiefore ltDan Sandlin of Estill county stayed over night with Law rence Powell on his way to court nt RichmondHICKORY PLAINS Dec 1Lomie Gillen of Lexing ton has been visiting his mother Mrs Nannie BakerMr and Mrs nay Ponder will make their home in the future in GArrard county Mr H illill of Cleveland Ohio gave an illustrated lecture at the schoolhouse Sunday Mrs Irvine Baker and d Viola and Miss Sarah Bingham anti brother of Red Licks ent Sunday with Bailey Wilson sl familyMr and Mrs May I ender of Villa Grove Ill have h en visiting Mrs Ponders parents Ir and Mrs Dan MaupinLee A gee of Lexington called on Misses Jennie and Lizzie Burdett Wednesday eveningBarnett Wilson will rive the young people a social Fri day night JACKSON COUNTY DRIP ROCK Dec 6Wellwe are having lots 1ofrain and mother earth is taking a drink ofcold water The little streams are swollen quite a lotThe and tie men are in a hustle to 1stave Thanksgiving passed off quiet ly at this place We did not forget when it was and especially the fact that brought it about T E Spark man say he observed Thanksgiving by rendering a hard days instruction for the youths of our oommunity J W VanWiukle of Berea spent Thanksgivingwith friends in this vicinity T D Mullius of Mt Vernon salesman fora whohsalesloe firm of Nashville Tenn paid our merchants a visit last weekKelly and Wagers invoiced their stock ol merchandise here last weekP G Logs ton moved to his farm on Red Lie last week Mr Logsdon was a good citizen and we hate to give him upJonah Wagers and daughter of WnRcrsville visited at Turner Kellys the first of the weekA B Coffey deputy sheriff is moving around among the hosWelJ hello you parties who took Thanksgiving It week early How did you enjoy your trip Wonder if you will celebrate Christmas in the same wayW B Walker and Louis Isaacs swapped oxen last week and have gone into the tie hauling Miss Cynthia Al corn visited May Sparkman Sunday eveningMisaes Provia and Willie Cox and Lue Alcorn visited Mrs G M Parsons Sunday eveningMiss Anne Kelly started to Dry fork Sunday but came back before completing her journey Can you guess why One day last week while attempting to climb on a wagon Robert Pace fell sari ono of tho rear wheels rolled over him Hia recovery is doubtful J K Baker of Brazil was at thi place Saturday on business MOTE Dec ItThe Sundayschool at this place is getting along nicely j The box r at Kingston or- Thanksgivingif night was enjoyed ball y that were present The moue y that was taken in amounted to forty dollars There will be a box suppe nt Hickory Plain schoolhouae Tliurs lay night for the benefit of the Pilo Knob church Mrs George Yourg Iud daughter Jessie of Kingston Monday evening at W T Powells John Durham and wif visitedover Sunday at Green Dur hams1V T Powell killed a akunl I in his ice house Sunday morning Irvin Baker and little daughter Viola arc sick with gripHope C S Duriuau will find him a cliimno sweeper ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOONE Dec 4Rev J W Lambort of this place filled his regular appoint ment at Clear Creole church Satur dSRov W II Bernhard a con vetted Jew Fulrviow willJrenchIttchurch next one at tllUdThe people in this neighborhood were very sorry to hear of the I death of Mr W P Curtis Ho died at Richmond last Thursday eveningI UoukCordjishood at this writing Mrs Agnis I81SusanThanksgiving DayJ J Wren anti I 011111tWatkins and family have mowed to Copper Creek Sam McClure has moved into his handsome dwelling house that has just been finished by the railroad company Misstw Bessie i nud Bertha Kerbie visited Miss Etta Lambert SundayevouingMrs Hannah Northern who bus been very sick is some better at this writing Armp Gadd of Johnetta moved to Boones Gap last week- ROCKFORD Dec 4 Misses Rue Allmati nnd Bessie Dearinger of Richmond visit ed friends here last week There will be a box supper at Davis Branch schoolhouse Saturday night December 9 The proceeds are to be used for the purpose of a Christmas tree Everybody invited W W Atiglin of Disputants visited his cousin W H Stephens Saturday and Sunday Miss Rettie lIcCollom who has I been visiting her sister Mrs Bessie Beatty of Barboursville Ky return ed home SaturdayD G Waddle passed through Scaffold Cane Sun dayMiss Bessie Todd visited her I cousin evening Miss Vergie Martin Sunday CONWAY Dec 4Mr M L Kioton and wife have gone to Junction City to spend the winter with thoir son Win KictonW C Vores and Jim Gnu of Scaffold Cane were in Conway this week on business Mr J H Sigmou who has been sick for the past four months is slowly iniprov ing Mrs U S Berry who has been sick for the past five weeks is improving Miss Mnmie Jones teacher of the public schools hero gave an enjoyable entertainment on Thanksgiving for the benefit of her pupils Mr James Berry of Camargo 111 is visiting his broth ers in this section The work on the spoke and shingle mill at this place is still at a standstill on acooUnt of some misunderstanding with the railroad company us to the right of way OWSLEY COUNTY CABBARD Dee 2C Shepherd of Boone vine was here last week on business Daniel Robinson has returned from Ohio He has been working at Kings millsLittle John D Baker son of AT Baker of Cow Creek died lust week of throat trouble K W Minter of Booneville was here Friday on business The farmers are all nearly done gathering their cornWill Huffs child is still verb poorly Christmas will soon be here and Old Santa will be around f bring his good little children some presents Now little buys and girls if you want to get lots of presents you must be good and try uud d what is right and the Old Santa will not forget you He will come shouldjhe this week Mrs Barrett and littleI son and daughter Henry und Muggie were faithful students of our sabbath school and we will miss them We hope them a bright and prosperous I life and that their lives may bu us- efulRev W A Campbell of Boone ville filled his regular appointment at the schoolhouse at this place last Sunday November 20th There was- I n good crowd out to hear him con sidering tho weather He gave a nightNovember r We are always very glad to hear Mr Campbell preach Hurrah for the Citizen one of the best papers that visit our homes It brings us the news COW CREEKI I Nov 27Samuel Smith a veteran of the Civil war and ono of our best t citizens died at his home on Cow Creek on the 15tb lust Uncle Sums honesty will perpetuate his memory I long after the mute marble that marks his last resting place has crumbled to dust Little John D son of R J Baker died ut his home on the 18th iust His death was un expected The bereaved parents have our sincere sympathy Dillurt Wilson is on the sick listR Ever eole ill gathering OrnOur fnrmen are heaping high the olden corn and as they strut by their well fillet burn they seeta to think this world is n good world after nil nud a good God must have made it Then let us for our golden corn send upour thanks to GodLetch Gnbbard of Gabbard was with its Monday Mr Gabburd is a hustling young man and is making n record nt Gab bard us ono of tho best teachers they have had at the loud of their school iu ninny yearsSOUTH FORK Harold Minter tho infant son of Win G Minter and grandson of Mr and Mrs Jiio R Gilbert dfd Tuesday November 28oC congestion of tho bruin age twenty months Tho bereaved odes have tho sympathy of nil who know them- GARRARD COUNTY CARTERSVILLE Doe LThis is u flue hog killing season Born November 10 to Mr and Mrs Joe Wileyu fide nine pound girl baby A happy couple they as this is their first girl The Misses Dora Addie nnd Pearl Boa in visited their cousin Miss Virgio Conn of near Lancaster last Sutur day night The basket supper at schoolhouse on Wednes day night November 2U was very successful Twontysevon baskets brought twentynino dollars Mr anti Mrs J G Clark entertained n few near relatives on Thanksgiving Mrs Clark huda fine fat turkey and many other good things too numorous to mention She is a fine cook and knows what it takes to make up a good dinner Miss Jonnie Ilnggins is moving along nicely with herschoolat Wood View She is a No 1 good teacher The children cannot full to learn something when they go to school to Miss Hnggius Mr J G Clark has been appointed treasurer und school tax collector tie has hind very good success so far md has collected about S82 Only about 12 were levied Almost every has como up and paid without complaining Mr Clark says the Woodview schoolhouse uiiiHl be put in good repair as he will have the means to do it now Mrs R C Boa in sold her Hook of geese last week at erentyfive cent a had John Allen who has been quite nick Is some bettorMrs Cllf bole who has been sick is upagalnIt is reported that Joe foam of East Bernstadt will move back to his farts near Cartorsvillo It is reported that Charley Rogers has brought suit against Elias Smith his fathor inlaw for 10000 for persuading Mr Rogorss wife to leave him The case is to bo tried at Lancaster nuxt Saturday The young couple run off tho last day of June 1005nud get married Notice Students and others need- Ing thoir clothes cleaned pressed or otherwise attended to can have same well done at low rates by applying to A J L Darter 3 Prospect Cottage my evening after 0 oclock If you want to got good warm iVinter Clothing for a little money go to the Xuw York Clothing Store on Depot street Berta Ky One Bottleof welfcSjrrup Pepinused as directed will give you 1m- mednta re- heUromthl Inexpressi ble tortures occasionedby and its attendant Ills Continue the use of this wonderful remedy for a time It will soon set your system right when an occasional dose of It will keep your Internal organism in the very pink- ofconditionWell youre well all over Dr CaldwellsL4xat- foeSyrup Pepsin le the best preparation obtainable for all the many ills ailments arising from overworked or disordered diges organsIt and surely on the cause of the trouble and its beneficial effects perceptibleIt cases Dr Caldwell Laxative Syrup Pep ala can be obtained in both dollar and half dollar sizes from nil druggists Your money will be refunded If it does not benefit you Your poiUt card repiestwill btlnr by return nail our new s Book of Wooden and fro Simple to those who hets MTir tried UU wonderful remedy Write today PEPSIN SYRUP CO Moatloello Illinois For Sale by S E WELCH Jr BEREA KY r I Kentucky State News Items I CHARGED WITH FORGERY Physicians and Innnlty Expert puzzled Over a Boys Case Lexington Ky Dec GDr K M Wiley and other experts on Insanity have made an examination of John Ste yens tho 19ycaix ld lad chfcrged with forging the name of a Van Wert 0 man to a check and the boy will be tried for lunacy In circuit court The rasa has tong puzxoj local physicians aa Stevens who Is a member of a prominent family Is alleged to hue forged many checks during the put few months and It Is the belief of tho physicians that It Is a mania with him If a Jury falls to adjudge him ot unsound mind he will be turned over to Deputy Sheriff H a Wilson of Van Wert who arrived hero to tabs charge of him Stevens has tried to commit suicide twice during the past year while behind prison bare ROMANTIC COURTSHIP The Judge Proposed In the Hospital and Was Accepted Owlncsvllle Ky Doc GNowton Reed Patterson city judge of Owlngs vllle and Miss Virginia Logan of Pine vllle were married In Winchester aft er a romantic courtship Last week Judge Patterson became 111 and wa hurried to a Lexington hospital Ar riving there he Informed Miss Logan of his condition and she came to him After her arrival Judge Patterson re coveted rapidly and proposed that they be married immediately Miss Logan consented and the marriage took plan at Winchester Miss Logan Is the daughter of Boono Logan who led the regulators In the terrible battle In Morohead 20 years ago In which Craig Tolllvert mountain outlaws were wIp- ed out She Is a college graduate and handsome CAMPAIGN MONEY It Came From All the Louisville City Employes Says Qlshop Louisville Ky Dec 6 Treasurer Fred Bishop of the democratic cam paign committee testified In tho ale tort contest Instituted by the fusion Isti against Mayor Barth and other successful candidates He said he bandied about 180000 during tho odtj campaign which closed November 7 and that the police and fire depart mtmts contributed about 30 per man Other city officials contributed 20 percent of their salaries Mr Bishop ad mltted that while these contribution were voluntary It was understood that those who failed to contribute would not stand wed with the administration lIe testified that Mayor Barth healed the list with a contribution of 16000 Four Prisoners Paroled Frankfort Ky Dee GTho state prison commission paroled the follow lug prisoners George B ntz of Ma son county serving nine years for kill ing Robert Owsloy of Mays Lick George Davis of Carter serving five years for manslaughter John Forgu rap of Morgan serving three years for manslaughter Murray hedge of Livingston serving life sentence for murder Kentucky Mayors To Confer Covington Ky Doe 6At a eon foresee between Mayor Helmbold ot Newport and Mayor Beach of Coy Ington It was deoldod to call a meet lag of the mayors of clUes of theRCo ond class In tho state to consult o matters of legislation for the bette- government of the cities Urges Dog Tax Law Frankfort Ky Dec 6 Represents live Kd Groan of Bullltt county was here to urge the governor to Indorse In his message what Is known u the Croan dog tax law Croan Is said- to be the only man In Kentucky that ever urged passage of a dog tax law Back Taxe IForKy Dec 6 Attorney filed 45 suits against the Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Co for tues alleged to be due o whisky withdrawn from bond and no reported to tho auditor Tho toW amount sued for Is about 2000 The Harrison Case Postponed Winchester Ky Dec GThe cas against Willie 5l Harrison former ditors agent of the state at large an Ed Oder of Lexington Ky has bee I postponed to a special term of the circuit court to be held some time 1 n January State and County Tax on Whisky Frankfort Ky Dec GTbe state board of valuation and assessment- flied the state and county tax 01 whlslay at 10 a barrel The tax las year was S8 a barrel Tho tax Is pal when the whisky is taken out of bon Found Frozen To Death Waddy Ky Dec 6Rev Hoary Baker an aged Baptist preacher was found frozen to death near here H disappeared Immediately after preach- Ing his Thanksgiving day sermon 1 n Beach Ridge church In Shelby county I Roarln1 Bill Quits Louisville Ky Dec 6capt Wil liars H Sweeney known throughou Kentucky as Roaring Bill chief duty e to Col C M Barnett collector 01 customs resigned The place will b e filled by a civil service eligible Resigned Their Positrons I Washington Dec 6Mlltord H Barnett storekeeper and gauger in thE Danville Ky district and Samuel Wilkinson storekeeper sad gauger i Ou OwMuboro Ky district un r0 Meal IUU leaitw + t t t t t J YWawl SNerl s teWeW1ww + 1OOlQJ JJJW CAJMtM a 8U WUS S taOOO t awr r Nov 16 05 i j IF YOU DESIRE t To make your mark in this world bV be comfortable In your old age + you must save pert of your earnings There la no dishonor in true economy a in fact it ia next to criminal to spend all you earn when others 4are dependent upon you Begin now to save your money Wo shall be glad to aaaiat youiYours very truly I I Gaahier tt++ ++ fwft ttfLf e- tf t eeaiiiejeFOUNDED 1856 PLACES THE BEST EDUCATION IN ROACH OF ALL Over 40 largostYCollege Library In Kentucky NO SALOONS APPLIED SCIENCE Tut years Course with agriculture for young men and Domestic Solstice for young ladies TRADE SCHOOLS CnrjKJutry Printing housework Nursing two years NORMAL COURSES For enchant ItH counutf leading to County Cortifioute State Cvrtlfleatti and State Diploma ACADEMY COURSES Pour years fitting for Collage for bulntvw and for lifo iCOLLEGE COURSES Llturary SoJtuUWe CluMhml lending to Baccalaureate degrees MUSIC Choral free Reed Org M Vtnl 1lnno Theory Christinara pay n fee to meet uxpensoH of the school njwrt from Instruction and must aiM pay for board iu advance Uxjwiimw for full term of 1i weeks may ho- I brought within 2050 Winter term of II weeks 2700 Spring term of 11 weeks 242D Full term opened September 13 Tho School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Con grega tiouallsts Methodists Presbyterians and good jM ojlwof all domdmhtation- sFor Information and advice address the Secretaryl WILL C GAMBLE KytPERIODnof a womans life Is the name often given to the change of life Your menses come at long intervals and grow scantier until they stop Some women stop suddenly The entire change lasts three or four years and It Is the cause of much pain and discomfort which can however be cured by taking WINEdOF CARDUI I iI Womans Relief I It quickly relieves the pain nervousness Irritability miserable ness forgetfulness fainting dizziness hot and cold flashes weak ness tired feeling etc Cardul will bring you safely through this dodging period and build up your strength for the rest of your life- t At all druggists in 100 bottles Tty It WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly telling us all your troubles We will send Free Advice in I plain sealed envelope Address La Chattanoogai U EVERYTHING BUT DEATH I suffered writes Virginia Robson w of Easton Aid until I took Cardul which cured me so quickly It suipriS1 my doctor who didnt know I was taking It