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L 1 I Presidents onico X r jl n HHHHHK BEREA L E PUBLISHING TUPPER Manager CO THE GITIZI3PTAFamily Newspaper I Ealtrnturrhrnel anAVttlHfdoe Eight Pages f H1 I+HI+IIHtrr inn in+1 1 1 1 III I I I I I HH fr VOL VII Dodlcntiou Extra Toil cents n cop BBREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 111906 One dollar a year NO 80 DEDICATION EXESCISESt Tho weather was favorable ami at Jnnearly hour people wore wining on foot nnd In vehicles some on horse from nil directions The pro ygram wits as follows Doxologyr by Prof Dodgo Scripture Hooding by Dr lluliboll Hymn Joy to tho World by tlw congregation The Pastoral Prayer by Brother ThomsonAn by Uio Harinonla So cioty Historical Statements by Presi j dent Frost Solf1 Thou followed tho Dedication Sermon by President King tho Dedica tion Prayer by Potbur Rogers the Dedication Hymn composed for the occasion sung by the congregation nnd tb6 benediction Tim second gathering at fl oclock in tho evening was also largely at tended The chief feature wore tho lluJllInggbyore by Treasurer1 Osborno Mem 4 oriel and Anticipations byDr Hog QllartottlIfull or nn abstract iu thus numUr of tho Citizen I c m4rnl = HISTORICAL STATEMENTS My PrroliUnt ItI Let mo bogfu with n word of nor dial welcome to nil who have eon I to rejoice with on this glad day This Chapel belongs to till who nan use for spiritual good It is held in trust only by tho College Every seat in will always be open for any worshipper OfIrOfa1l1Gladand vicinity and tie parents and friends of our pupils molt with us in j this beautiful place For convenience 1Inthe management of the school mach will be assigned to n spoolal 11scnt on tho main floor and noun In gallery This loaves the gallery entirely at tho disposal of cur guests and friends but any of them who prefer soma on tho main will bo cordially accommodated We trmt that our Sunday Night Chapel eorvico will bo n still greater blessing to tho community at large in this place than It has been in the dear old Tabor nacre I It is a most solemn thought that the hand of man can erect structural which will long outlast himself Iu England havo seen places in which men worshipped for six hundred I yeast where the oak beams looked al most as fresh tho lianas In our now ceiling today And In tho far thor East I have knoll in temples ot brick and stone that bad been used for worship for more than n thousand years have hero a brick upon which thoro are letters showing that it was made in tho year 70 Mans mind planned and mans hand wrought and has endured through nil these centuries And so wo havo a right to believe that tho building which we consecrate this day may shelter our childrens chil generationsThis ory po culiar kind This Chapel cannot properly bo dedicated by for is not the fruit of our gifts mid sacrifi ces and contributions The distant donor whoso prayers are with to day has performed in her own heart tho act of dedication We receive the building and wo receive in trust and for tho uses of Gods King dataI is well for to consider how cornea about in Gods provitlence that a should be erected on I h1hOBus look ni the foundations of this lIohoolludremind ourselves of tho pledges and promises that wore rondo to Him in response to which these great gifts and benefactions have comeI here the records of some of I I 1 tliB eftrlimt meetings of thoso who Rogorsbasof prayer in which they inquired whether a Hoboul were here newhHl and whetbpr they who wrft milt to gether were tie men of Uodii ap pointnieut for web a work lIre I clmuoe upon till record oil September7thsubmitted l Father ItogafH begin ning with thorn now fatuous words In order promote the oauw of Christ Art Ill IU object hull bt tuu furnish the advmitagt for A thorough education to alt IW MMIH of good inur nl character desiring the sane at tho lowl pottnibla efcpetiMt To woure this end MIl possible faeilititw nod iu diiceuiHiibi fpr 1M PUll labor shall be offored iu Htudenta All perfloniof good moral char acter this impartial loco for humanity wlthoA regard to race or oonditioB which eeeniod to thorn aa aloha to ihu Christian world today clearly part of the Muss ed QoMpel was hen to wine 00 It Is still n great offence a ground for ridicule and ptr ou4ion- A i I IIOf It shell bo under an Itifluniea strictly Clirtettau and as such opjxxwl to sectarianism sieve holding oaete and every other wrong practiceBy wo mean iY 11IilMT us it it j floor I as I it it it us il us it us it y to it BO n that which buds to rnlini from Christian ftllovtuliip thuM who hare n Chrmliuu cxMTit uue with a riyh Uu practice Such were the foundations ou which Bert was planted anti up Btrongtbetwd by opjxjBhk tad it eo oiutaoed that on auluthe- 711i tfaj of Septmlur in the yew 1881 toms present Executive iwwly MtllMl mel the Trimtowi end Fawilty of Bercia Coil fa when a new affirmation or pledge was adopted that if Owl Would p Hpr us we vxMikt work tor lite Kingdom undertaking the things that were heal and tin wore opposed by many From these Joint nwolutioiw we irmy rood Reviewing time history of Uorwi College wo nra tpom iareflUirin the principles of rule ftHftMlws ami touui plmahw the Miewhig fafita I The fiindamvntal work of Ihe Iiwtitullot l to furnWi Christian Dducntional nilrautiwea of the best presitIIloolnlillillcatalogue are to be adapted tdvaripd wnnta ample for ordinary adumtion nl purpotMtt and onrriwl out aooonling to tile most approved innlhod 91 The raaliMtiouof the ideflls of ClutatlHuity ItS well HS of trite do mocrafly requires that such eduoalion aliould he placwl within tho roauli of nil No principle is more im portant tiinn that which requires that every hiiniHii being should be enooiiragwl to make thu most of himself and bit treated noourding to his attaiutnenl and chanioter rather than according to race or accident of birth Nor should any bo excluded for lack of menus We pledge our earnest efforts to encourage economy sal simplicity in living mud to so mire better opportunities time now exist hum or elsewhere for self supporting students to assist thom 8 Tho aims of lures are strictly Christian They require that each instructor be n person of marked scholarly nttnlnmcmtH and teaching power and beyond this one who has a Christian oxperienoo and n call and capacity for Christian activity It would bo better that any position connected with the Institution re main vacant thou that it should be filled by one who lacks those qualiii onliona A seeder school oau only reflect the average sentiment of the oummuuity but a Christian school powerInhlch Christian teachers can exert wo re gard the training of such as an im portaut part of our work Coutluncd ou Sixth rogep j rttf t 0 n b1NKW CIIAIKL IiiICATIi JAM AUV 7 less Thta Chapel andhi11MyIregret exceedingly not able to be with you at services ofdedication but shall ngmayRecalling my visit to Berea I am better able to put myself in touch with all there andtheof prayer I sincerely trust that all students of Berea andlwomenaudlbraveand work noble and true fitted for the times they live inIspokenthein before the students that they may know Him theldymandments and strength to resist temptation that Gods commandments will be taught and grained and in prayer and praise help ob1keep them and to know Christ personal Friend nearer than anything else in the world And that very many in the quietI toOhrist liferinto May Gods blessings rest on all at the ser vice and the Chapel be a center and power for j good in the College now and always yoursDecember I I I M I KKCONI i IIA1TI IJhROLLAND LM W B Itaoeuar I l Drlit tiuu iluumOITPraise God yo oaks that sheltered horo Tha founders consecrated band Who loved thoir neighbor knew no fear And by their faith possessed the land Gods providence is proved anew cricsJHeAnd lot these stately walls arise Swing wide Ve gracious ohapel doors To WciH11ein aspiring youth poursAndStand 6QuarlOstudentbuilded walls Speak to theMnnyand the few Stand till earth1 ast injustice falls Make every preachers voice ring true Lift up our gaze 0 snowwhite tower eyeToilersAnd thoughts and hearts be drawn on high plantKeepWhile suns and stars jnnd truths shall rise Till Christ stall come on earth again 1 t a hqs 1iu tfft qt Ire tot 1Ir iii r i J YOU WANT IT IN YOUR HO- METHEGITIZEN Cleanest hest print fullest news Advocate of every g nod cause Information and inspiration for old and young Premium to every subscriber Send to day one dollar to the editor REV L E TUPPER Berea Ky f The Citizen is glad to publish this Dedication number and show what Boron College is doing for the good of the community THE CHAPELS OF BEREAl- lUtnrltvil 8k trh ly Prof L V nulgx I partThethat of the Church of Christ Union Theywerefor the same vital purpose of the little band who threw their lives into the work of founding and upbuilding them In tho main the same rooms hove boron used as places of assembly But these have been the property of tho college and so in speaking of College Chapels we will pass by that IITAIUUN tXK real birth place ot the church the 111lalillIf it wtre possible to bring before ua in panoramic review ulonrcut pic tures of the several buildings which have marked tho successive steps in the evolution of the Chapel this might be of the greatest interest to ninny This I cannot do Nor does it seen to bo the thing of greatest orshipishoped to bring man into closer com minion with his Milker Chapels are not merely to afford shelter from the oleinouts It has been said The gCDVus were Goals first temples I This does not mean that acceptobllunot entered upou its soics of i triumphs i tentylourwltli a little table a bucket uUlIa gourd for its furniture could contain fifty to seventy five people It soon was diverted to other uses as the needs of the school increased Its uprightjdankonly whitewash for paint stood on time brow of tho hill a few roils back of this building could possibly acv commodate three or four hundred people and diet service for a dozen years It came to n tragic end going up in flame mid smoke in the first hours of tho new year 187U I was tho last person to enter it for the purpose of saving its contents It was n great triumph of antisecta rianism the cardinal principles of our church and college that IorBaptist father and immersiouist Methodist mother myself long a member of the body whidisomo with scant ecclesiastical courtesy call olUongtcent kneeling stool for the future use of sprinklingAchapel proper mud we wont into tho graceful building which stood just to thcxeast of us It could sent about live hundred and during the twentytwo years of its occupancy every feature of its interior and exterior had become familiar When tho flames destroyed it January 80 1002 I mourned its loss like that of a friend But our needs had outgrown tho capacity of the chapel At once the money was ottered for nourlyCaultabernacle while our students Were acquiring tho skill and doing the workon this historic day we enter this noble edifice Tho way in hvhicli after the uruiDCofJthe Ch oa Thurs K Ai 1 lt j 1 day we fitted up the Tabernacle for full use and a great baptismal ser vice the following Sunday is something will always bo remem boredwith a glow of hodest pride Some of us will sometimes long for at least a temporary renewal of tho past that we might havo pre more dhapolsIbuilding shall seem as sacred through its associations as did the one which stood yonder But an it pomes to us Till usIma y tnuua antis who having learnoH flint Irnr best part of education is not of tho gofort 9i 4The Opening Term There is still n pretty steady pro cession of new students pouring into the various offices aud there are new arrivals by every train The new two year English Acad emy course is fully started Among the new teachers are Miss Elor from Ohio Miss Uendricks who retnrnsI from Illinois after six mouths ab settee Mr John Dean who graduated from our Normal courso in 1002 Mr Fulmy one of Bereas own students Mr Luther Shadow a Normal stu dent last year Mrs CnrtniHll whom many former students will ronjcmlwr as Miss Baringer aud Miss Tribblo also returning after absence By Monday night the enrollment was above 740 fully 125 more than at the saute time laat yeariThe new Boarding steam cooking and comfortable furnishings are greatly appreciated mind the carjwiitors are at work making them still more convenient and commodious The moving of the Studunts store to the Treasurers office proves n great convenience ouch the young people aro saved much litMo and much money by this arrangement profitbenefit of the students Special efforts are made to those who were prevented from coinihug the first day and they are being assigned to classes and assisted to I catch up The Dedication takes our space this week but we propose to give a full account of the young people who are hero this winter An American preacher at the close of his sermon said Let all who are in the house who aro praying their debts stand up Instantly every 0110Ithoyhadevery mutt not paying his debts stand up The exception noteda care worn hungry cadaverous individual dressed iu his last summer suit slowly rose IIow ia it my friend asked the preacher that you are the J only man not to meet your obliga tions I tau a newspaper lie meekly answered and tho brethren here who stood up a moment ago are my subscribers antiT Lot preacherhusUlyEx L I Miss Pym from the West 87 AMY F CACKETT + + + ++ + ++td Copyright ijaj bf jMeph B Dawlet It was qulto by chance that Miss Norah Illlngton Pym found a place in our quiet boarding house and to us It was a subject for constant wonder that she remained where things gen erally were so slow Tho first night arrayed In splendor she looked around the room In amaze ment and pity and then beguiled us with stories ot the style people in our station kept up In tho west- On the second night three of our ladies turned in the necks of their blouses and wore lace By the end of the week our ladles nil appeared in evening blouses our hostess Introduced menus and entrees at dinner and the kitchen girl was pressed Into cap and frills and brought up to help in the waitingOur made still further efforts to reach her level by wearing all their Jewelry and making a show of every thing they possessed One afternoon after an Interview In our hostess private room a suave polite stranger was ushered Into our midst and introduced as a new boarder Within an hour he had won all hearts except that of Miss Pym She looked on In silent scorn while he waited on the ladles with ingratiating smilesAs as he was safely out of hear ing quite a chorus of voices said What a charming man Miss Pym fidgeted for a moment and then suddenly Jumped to her feet- hI reckon she said nodding her head we know a thing or two In the west If a man comes fooling around bowing and scraping where the womenklnd arent ygung and goodlooking we put a double lock on our Jewel cases and tell the police to keep their eyes on himGood gracious You dont mean to suggest that Mr Compton Never you mind broke in Miss Pym Ive got a safe upstairs so I VERY ncsv am all right But you watch if Mr Compton Isnt real interested In me tonight when I wear my diamonds Mr Compton appeared to see Mis Pym for the first time when she en tered the room for dinner her monds scintillating in the gaslight But from that moment he had eyes for little else and she looked around at us with a smile of knowing triumph The iron entered into our souls and we watched him narrowly Hour by hour and day by day our suspicions were fed by small events to which our attention was called by Miss Pym un til at the end of a week our views had become quite definite and decided During the whole of this time Mr Compton paid her very close attention In fact she could scarcely move but he was behind her This as she point ed out was owing to the fact that she wore rather more Jewels than thabth er ladles and be was only waiting the opportunity she never gave him In or der to appropriate them One afternoon Miss Pym came lathe drawingroom quietly but hastily with a look of triumph in her eyes Major Belshun she said excited ly Mr Compton has broken open th wardrobe in my room and is now rifling Its contests Como and seelI The ladles gave a little scream an huddled together at this statement Hush she said you will spoil it all if you make a noise You Ifee quiet here and nobody will hurt you while the major and I creep up and lock tho door on the thief There ar two doors to that room major and want you to lock one at the same mo ment that I lock the other As usual Miss Pyms nerve and confidence carried complete conviction So leaving the ladles quiet but thoroughly frightened we crept softly up stairs to carry out her idea and catch our man redhanded Following her pointing finger I saw In a mirror which hung on the landing a reflection of a door slightly open and In the room beyond Mr Compton very busy with the contents of the drawers of the wardrobe In a moment Miss Pym reached lh other door and simultaneously we slammed them and turned the keys It did not seem strange to me then that both keys should be on the outside AS the keys clicked there was a shout of rage from Mr Compton You stay here and guard tho door major said Miss Pym while I run for the police I shall go quicker tha- a 1 you and she went as hard as she could while tho man Inside began to bang on the door and demand his freedomDo ou hear Is anyone there ho cried Lot me out at once Oh yes I am here I replied And you aro thorn and there you are going to stay until the police como For Heavens sako dont be a fool man I can soon prove to you that It is all right Let mo out quickly Suoh a lot depends on every moment- I can qulto believe that I an swered with a knowing smile Every moment brings the police nearer Tho police wont come you Idiot ho shoutedYou have a little patience I answered sardonically- I toll you man they will never get here unless you send a servant for them For goodness sake send some one I am a detective They will know me I can quito believe your last remark I chuckled but I am not go- Ing to move from this door even to send for more police Ho then offered to push his creden tials under tho door for me to read but I assured him that I was no Judge of forged documents Something like a groan came back In reply and I concluded that my man had given up hope of escape After awhile it struck mo that Miss Pym had been a long time away and on referring to my watch I found that almost half an hour had elapsed Quietly slipping downstairs Iills covered the servants huddled together In tho kitchen Ono of them went forth with instructions to hasten back with the first policeman she could find and I returned to my station at the doorIn a few minutes I heard the welcome heavy steps and two policemen the maid did not believe in the ef ficacy of one hastily presented them selves and prepared for a rush from the room as I opened the door But the rush did not come and we entered to And Mr Compton calmly brushing the dust off his clothes A word from him Immediately gave rise to a look of surprise on the po licemens faces and after listening to some hurried instructions they quickly retired from the room leaving Mr Compton and myself alone As for you Major BeUhun ho said turning to where I stood In amazement I am half Inclined to havo you arrested for aiding the escape of a criminal You have done that pretty effectually he went on looking at his watch She has had almost an hours start Good heavens I exclaimed you dont mean to tell me I mean he Interrupted that I am Detective Norton and that I have been staying at this house for the solo purpose of watching Miss Pym Unfor tunately she must apparently havo Identified me but she was very care ful to keep the knowledge to herself This afternoon I saw her fast asleep In the diningroom and availed myself of the opportunity of searching her room The little evidence that I have gathered here would be sufficient for my purpose But now owing to your clumsy Interference and her clever ness she has slipped off There Is only one thing to be thankful for and that Is that she hasnt taken anything with her this time Are you sure of that I groaned Quite he answered tho ladles nightsnear any of their rooms today seetHe hastily explained to them how matters stood But they were at first too frightened to understand hopeladlesmoney safe MOlesworthytimidly last night to lock up in her little safe Almost before she had finished speaking Mr Norton was up the stairs and I followed quickly behind him When I entered Miss Pyms room he was standing with the door of the safe emptyIvinced of tho cleverness of Miss Norah Illlnston Pym for she Is still at large YE HUNTSMAN Now doth ye dUe huntsman Take hunting license oute with a brandnew outntte eHegoeth forth to And aeeke ye beast leouteIThat haunt ye woodta about rabbitgDut presently be thooteth Ye farmers gentle duck lttepAnon he tries another Yclept ye stlllebunt plan forestLAnd suddenly he bagrein A eostly hired man t Mark well ye dUe huntsman Hys mine he keeps atte cock But when a bare he seeth Hys knees together knooke And finally his guide doth klle Yo rabbit with a rocker Beware of ye same huntsman And walk behind hym notte The which of his vicinage Is till moste fearsome spotte For there Is where hys comrade Most frequently gets sbottel Meanwhile observe ye Nlmrod buyeA And personally doth He Vale Ills trusting wyfe who Just wtnketh of her we St Lsxil Globe Democrat i The wife ot a wellknown author hat a fad for collecting trees Pitting sot of pastime for an authors wlfo to pur highnI fl f f J TO INDUCE RESTFUL SLEEP Both Exercise and Food May 33 B Looked Upon in the Light of Xencfl clal Distractions When Uellnda comes home fenllng too tired to sleep there Is no use In her trying to go to bed at once Let her take a warm bath letting the cold water run In until the water becomes cool thou let her slowly go through the many different points of the toilet manicuring and hntr brushing for instance BO often done in a rush These help relax and quiet the nerves and can tako up an hours time Last of nil H cup ot warm milk with a pinch of salt Many people this applies particu larly to men suffer from sleeplessness because they are not properly nourished Exhausted or Irritated and ex cited nerves need nourishing A bite of light and easily digested food will not keep one awakeon the contrary It Is often Just what Is needed to In duce sleep Sleep will not come to the brain that Is worrying or even to the brain that A SOOTHING CUP OK MILK la busy with the thoughts of Hew shall I make myself fall asleep Take the mind off the desired outcome oud center It on directing bodily mOve menta Inducing the bodily fatigue by Urlng the muscles It sounds as It It would take forever but It doesnt Just try It The first tltnt you feel as If you would never be able to fall asleep stretch yourself out whllo in bed arms above the head muscles tense and stretched to their utmost Stiffen leg and arm muscles and feel as much upossible as you do when stretching In the morning Relax completely and try again Stretch the limbs In dlffleren directions For instance put tho arms out In front You will speedily find yourself yawning comfortably and you probably wont need to go through any more exercises being by now quite too leepy to do so but the other move ments are equally good LJo on your back and pull the knees up Inhale deeply while doing this While the breath Is retained stiffen and stretch the muscles making the body as tense as possible Now relax slowly and thoroughly beginning with tie muscles of tho neck arms and back exhale at tho same time It Is usually the peck that Is so tonso and rigid that very nervous rioirio fool as If they were holding their heads on by main force These stretching exorcises will speedily teach one how to relax ones hold on ones own tense muscles which Is the very first thing to luaru for those who suffer from Insomnia A Good Guessing Contest After all have assembled pass pro grammes ornamented with cats und tell tho guests that the questions are to be answerej by one word the first syl lable of which is cat A waterfall and a disease Catar actAn instrument of torture and an animal CatIA deluge Cataclysm A burial place Catacombs Sometimes used at funerals Cat afalque An unconscious state Catalepsy A list of names or things Cata logueAn animal found in the mountains CatamountA Catastrophe A disease that afflicts many Catarrh Aoat rarely seen Catamaran A class or order of Ideas Cate gory One who provides for the Inner man CatererWhat becomes a butterfly Cater pillarA oft heard in the night Caterwaul A religious edifice Cathedral A beam at a ships bow Cathead An Instrument of torture Cat o Nine Tails- Domestic quadrupeds Cattle An article used In lllnea Cata plasmA of questions and answers CatechismFor a copy of the Black Cat magazine and a penwiper ornamented by a stuffed kitten may be given For refreshments spread the table with a red cloth use black cat candy boxes for favors red fondles in black wrought Iron holders and the effect will be unique Shades may be made from red paper with black talc pasted onServe deviled crabs sandwiches cof tee olives and a mulled cIder if no one objects First Calls First cats in tho season should be returned very promptly on the next reception day or If there Is none thin on tin most convenient day within a fortnight After title exchange of civ Illtta a longer time between visits may Ie allowed to elapse 1ri fry a THE WOMAN PF FORTY This Age Has Seemed an Appalling One But the Middle ot Tulrjfja the Best ot All This title Is morn feared by wo met than It deserves says a writer In I London periodical devoted to femlnln interests The mlddlos of things art really the best If they could only rea lise It beginnings and endings are ful of fear and dread Still when thai ominous number 40 is In sight what tremors It sends through the feminine heart to and the beat halt of lift goneSmall wonder that so many make a stind at 35 and refuse to advance ca ting In science and art to aid In restoring the edifice The sweet wrinkled old face carrying Its liMa story Is already as extinct as the Dodo Nature Is a kindly mother and keeps many compensations for her ugly ducklings Mind has a beauty all 1U ownThe brainy woman must however bo clever enough to keep her brains out of sight if she wishes to be a social success call to remember at the same time thnt postmeridian charms will not bn enhanced by untidy habits of dress She will do well to study the rise and fall of the sleeve as wall as that of the Dutch republic Never for getting a dainty frIU or furbelow or any of the little courtesies ot life these are the qualities that bring her smilingly through every social ordeal I do not wish to belittle the average woman minus charm and that saving grace a sense of humor she is the backbone of society a canal as compared to a rushing sparkling river It IK the depths and unsuspected shallows that are so enthralling Tho unknown IK always Interesting It is that very quality of certainty about the average woman that Is so appalling The one quality most deslrablejn a woman In this restless twentieth cen tury and about the hardest to find Is repose It has been so drilled Into us in youth that Idle hands find the In evitable mischief that few of us know bow tr be Idle without serious qualms of conscience A VERY PRETTY BORDER This form of Ornamentation Is Revived from Days When Cross Stitch Was in Highest Paver There are many articles that are Im proved by being ornamented with a border of this kind such for Instance as the ends of towels sideboard cloths morning aprons etc Use work may to CROSS ANt ITALIAN STITCH done In Ingrain cotton washing silk or flax thread In cue where the ma terial to ha ornamented has a smooth surface of which the threads cannot be counted then a soft canvas can be tacked over It where It Is to be orna minted and the design worked through It the canvas threads can then be drawn away when the work it finished A Pie Party Invitations for n Pie Party were sent out on triangular pieces of card board to six couples all Intimate friend When the guests arrived the men were auctioned off by the host who was exceedingly clever The Doctor was Introduced on the blocs In this manner A man often want ed though much addicted to the bot tie The bidding was fast and furious until 20COO beans brought the man to bU purchaser Tho coal dealer was described as the man we think about when tho snow flies When all bad secured partners the ladles were given pieces of pie made from two pieces of paper pie plates such as bakers use fastened together with ribbon The Oiling was a piece of paper bearing the words Cherry Mince Apple Custard Whatever pie was desig recipefortomime This was most amusing For refreshments all kinds of pie were served with coffee and sandwiches Perspiration of the Hands The following recipe Is for restrain Ing perspiration and may be just what you need Spring water two ounces diluted sulphuric acid 40 drops compound spirits of lavender two drams Take a teaspoonful twice a day The external recipe may relieve the stun tlon without the above Internal rem edySalicylic acid two drams Impure carbonate of zinc three ounces Diwt over the surface Good Skin Food I White waxi ono ounce spermaceti one ounce lanollno two ounces tweet almond oil four ounces cocoanut oil two ounces tincture of benzoin 30 drops orange Mower water two ouncesMelt tho first five ingredients together Take off the fire and beat until nearly cold adding little by little the benzoin and lastly the orange lower water To Fatten tho Hands Too fat a hand Is unlntellcctual lopkjng Just a moderate plumpness li more to be desired To this end take the rarao care you are exercising and In addition sleep In gloves after having anointed tho hands with tho following Ground barloy enough to thicken till whtt of an egg a teaspoonful of gly cerin and one ounce of honey I I iat ct rp t ri nn MANAGEMENT OF ROADS How the Work May Bo Systematized Under a County Administration with Good Result In an address before the Missouri Dairymens association A N Johnson highway engineer office of good roads of the department of kgrlculturo gave the following advice In regard to sys tomatUIng tho road work under a county administration What I would suggest Is that every county have a skilled road engineer constantly employed Soo chart Ho should be a man chosen for special qualifications In his business As a rule I think It Is better that he should not be a native of the county in which ho Is to work Secondly you should see that an ef flcloat road law la enacted for each county of tho state as we nil know that the successful conduct of a hUll nose depends upon the adoption and following out of a proper Ml of rules and regulations and tho rules and regulations for the conduct of the road business are the road laws that you adopt and enforce All construction and repairs to the county roads should como directly un der the supervision of the road en gineer and ho should keep an account of all expenditures connected with the work and should make an annual re port of the same The road engineer should audit all bills and accounts for road work and no bills should be paid unless approved by JIm The county should be divided into road districts the road In oath die trict should be named and so far as possible used The road districts and the roads should be Indicated on a county map on a sonic large enough to enable each road and its name to be shown clearly The road In each county should also be classified as first claM second cite etc acoord I OR to the amount of travel each receives The road district should have a su porvisor or superintendent tree chart to be employed thrwNSlHHK the ycfcr and he should give his tine to the road work In hit district At the beclaalBg of the year two thirds of the total amount of the rod levy of K particular Jttrl t shtutd bft allotted to road aid bridge repairs In that district and the remaining One third of the read levy sueald conU Late a tBera land from which the tx PRM of all large bridges ami UuI ipocMI liaM v Mteal of Ute mm isa partial route should be t zed it might also serve as an tmttgnry fund Tie aeaonntu la be kept by tho reads engineer should b4 tMuttaul In CHAR SHOWING PLAN every particular and oil bills should show tho amounts apent on each road for labor and materials respectively It Is possible that the system of ad ministration hero outlined would be too expensive for those counties whose road funds amount to only a few thou sand dollnm annually Dut thla dim culty could bs overcome if two or three neighboring counties should be forms J Into one large road district nail the total road taxes be sxlmtoU teNd uiiipr a system similar to that here outlined for a single county For Instance it would be entirely feasible for two or three counties together to have ono road engineer and In this way each one gain the benefits which it would be Impossible for those coun ties to have singly This Is but a meager outline and It Is Intended to serve only as a sugges lion and furnish topics for discussion at meetings called for this particular purpose To my mind such topics are more pertinent for tax payers discus lions than technical questions as to what form of construction and what mocha of securing It should bo adopt ed The latter are questions for the engineer to answer but It Is for you to decide what general policy you will follow t Hot Water In Winter Why not arrange the water system so that hot and cold water may bo had In different parts of the house The over supply can run through chunk stove or furnace to tub for stock to drink so latter will thrive better and trough will not freeze in winter IGet Spraylrtg Apparatus Heady In tbo and vrlntor prepare for spring The spraying apparatus must be ordoir1 ic the winter if It Is to be ready ft use In tat spring n rc cl i i 1WIi11 f BLIGHT CANKERS Dlleuo and TreatmenhofApploTcees- Explained by Prof H If Whet zel Cornell Unltsreity tstTho attention ot the oYchanirst la usually first directed In this canker of apple trees only fected tree Is nearly or WhQnthlfXBadly diseased trees either out at all in the spring or U8 ill more usually the caso send out a sparse growth ot mousoeaWd leavpe4p gray green lea el with nar6 rolled or recurred They d not lay the dense dark greenfollaco of healthy trees At first this condition Is not sufficiently contrasted with the healthy tree to attract nollee but ns thoj season advances the healthy tne8ojpvr pand their leaves to normal qUoond appourtosnttardenly TIIKK UAtllT APKKfTICU WITH ItUQlIT CANKtCtt loaves turn brown and dry up on theJtrees Sometimes affected tFeel pull through until tall but thfcy faft- to leaf out the following tprftfg Onimaking a closer examination of there dying trees sunken spots in crotches limbs or body are found Further search In the orchard U almost certain to dlMloM similar cankers In othj wise apparently Healthy trees The chief dtitlnguliilng character of this dkwi e is the protehet of these tankers Along with thfe goo wverat other phenomena the relation of which to the dhiae boa as yet nut been en Urely worked out Anong these see ondary features perhaps the must constant Is the blewllBE or exudation of sap from Ue heart wobd wherlt is expoMtl ky pruofng er eanjker woMd Often trees In afftikted or chard which thaw DO trace 01 recent cfiBker will exhibit tbe moM profuse btwwIlBK from prwB d stuta 11- 1allOuer Is dimmer whlb besot qilte evM Ht especially award thu latter pert of the mmmer Ifhe Vark of boll ly artet0 trees often ha a peculiar bronMd or light tuavhi ester trot late It N dry and pale wfUh streaksCof Wows and don nbttfk eepp- yMea color of Such i trees a If IB afttMtfliUtoff or their early death mualtr UOMOte aMdUant 111M tt a heavy areji Thll iras striklMlr shown In a iris lust lob Itrved ibis spring A mnkoron 90 Bid of the body haJJ volveU Uie baM of a large limit The Mfg of tree- forissd by tk termmblM br ttIIItJlmb- WI one wild mace of Ulafcwtnjrtbltie almost total exelwiliJta p the re felB4ler of the tree was well JMVW sad tare a normal Pr c nt ot wen The fruit wbleh MU onucb diseased tress and flmbs abnormally early and H usually orrery mistier qwallly or owlnjt to tborain on the already weakened tree It may never mature at alltiut wUbtr and drop from the dying llranOheearTbcao phenomena in leaves bark anil nitare to be attributed j think directly to the cutting off of the sap supply by the cankers on the body and llmbi The various forms Of eink4ra rplch have been under observation daring the past two years may tconvenient ly grouped as follows L Limb aDd body cankers or pit cankers 2 crotch cankers 3 pruned stub cankers 4 collar cankers or collar rot C acuryy 4 blister of the body and limbs The treatment which at proicnf ppam most successful is to clean out the canker t e remove with a aharpVrilt nil diseased tissue swab out iboyouod with a one Afth per cent oliUonqt corrosive sabllmato or a three pqrjpeot solution of copper ahd urheti dry paint over thoroughly with mmr heavy paint The piloting should be repealed later In the ieasor This Bolt of treatmentswan given In the ftrleg or early summer no that wounds would have time to heal well which they did In most cases A sharp watch nhpu be kept for the appearance ofJbeBe cankers and they Rhquli be piompthr cut out and treated FARM PICKINGS Keep tho walks clear of snow A woman hates to go IloundQrlng through drifts Its a Rood motto to Keep tho BOW In tho log but a bettor one to keep f It going j A IS foot windmill will inn a grimier with n 10Inch plate pump water saw wood and do moat kinds of work t required on the farm at less cost thatf any other power The first cost may k be mpro but the running gxpitises IrJ e practically nothlngIoarrn amt Home A Trip for Winter Days Take a trip now and then out to the j 1 orchard and see that the snow ispack cd down well about the trco trunks Mice often make terrible work burrow A Ing under the snow and girdling tbt treesI i Foundation Stones neatnessardgtthefoundation man can aftotl P ttilIt L4tso1 folks havo nftyerrfprgotten It they never knew It to lorgeC t i M oJ J rt 0 1 t fr iN I I BereaTeachers ADDRESS ALL L1IMKRS I CI TOU Ky I I I I I I JI I I I I I I I I I I I I I KBTE5 Quite a number of our Members are back In school W A Cope is in the Insurance business at present Mis Winnie Moorea is nt homo but cannot atop school work she is taking a correspondence course Ben Robinson is in Louisville at tending Medical College 0 D Anderson is In State College Sara Steward visited Boron but cannot be in school on account of weak thefI lee him there and wish him success D B Chandler is enjoying a vaca tlon sitar sit months aucccsuful work ia the Berea public school Ho will teach three months more in the springZeal Logan closes his school next Friday He will be in Berea on the 14thTho Normal Department Is fuller than ever before this year andovery atudent seem to be hero for business Each one seems to be anxious to live up to the club motto not the good nor the better but the best The club roll bas begun to grow and wet hopo it will continue to until every Borea teacher is a member We must stand together solidly for tho Iroughsoss and conscientious in every I branch of school work Many who f taught lat fan and who will teach 1next are in school now Keep in that you are preparing for n Sacred mission Upon you depends tho future ofno one can say how many lives Make every hour rich in the good things you havo gained not for selfish ends but that you may pass them on bnd bleu others and yourself by giving something more than formal knowledgean inspiration an ideal an exalted purports in life tHanoroonU- oued ham Itljblh rift FUuUrcn Stan Cullen and Mutant t Wm Ersktne E Fftthcrgill F Filadelpo U P Geabon Henry Geabon A H Kttzman Jas McDanicls McDanielAMartin Stabe Geo Womblea Ulysses Anderson VVm Ezell Robt Foster ratoter- Ias Baker BakerIacontract Bert Van Winkle Wm Hout ICarpatC G Brewer Godfrey Gabbard Elbridge Harden W E lashP L J W Odell U E Robinson A M Venable PUBLIC SALE I tuna Grass yarn COP und Stock On Thursday January 25 1000 at- lay renidenco near Manse Garrard eotlnty Ky I will sell to the high eat bidder my farm of ninety threo acres of good rich fertile land in a state of cultivation It is well has good fencing a of sit rooms hall and three 1hIgh Also good collar lasting good outbuildings two good and springs two good stock onp good tenant house of four rooms land one porch Fruit of all11 kIn and good grape arbor i I LungsrI For over sixty years doctors have endorsed Ayers Cherry Pectoral for coughs colds weak lungs bronchitis con sumption You can trust a medicine the best doctors approve Then trust this the next I time you have a hard cough I I had an awful cough for oar a jw and aethla awN to do n trM I dly erredIhue a cough Mill M Mivxui Wuhlorton DC IrTi10111I1 ItyersIARSAPAlUUA I i I s IHsksapthebewelsregular- I M vHPtukl anti e x 1I Quarterly Report of the Berea BankingCo AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS DECEMBER 31 1905 IrtOUltCNS Loans and Dlacounti I et tn In Due from Kallftnal nankajt tt1rue from State Ilihkeri 1l Sdy tr II m 0- 3lunklnf Uouieaud LOt mr rn pecle 2 iNf K 64439- rurnttureandplxturea I III t36i aif whichIntereetle KEAhUOKY1Countrof otnertofhhknowledgethe location named Lot elwwhern above report made compliance rrreive tbcSctrtlar StaW dedguatlDf IJiII the report made SuUerlbed worn before by Porter IOXTKK Canhler ttb January flOHMlUBS Director 11fo JOIIKWN Director Berea Banking Company CAPITAL 2500000 MOORE Pro PORTER Cashier Eastern Kentucky News cormpmdtece salon lifted fun writer publication tit trUeoot Write plainly 11111I 11111 111111 MADISON COUNTY WLrmrtus Jan 8Davld MeCollmn and family have moved to Wallaceton Mr und Mrs Charlie Ouffroy have returned to their homo Tuscolu Illafter a two weeks visit with IwroGeorgoTtst1alo Mr Allen has moved into Mr Macks house IIAUTS Jan Misses Ella Lako and Minnie Waddle visited friends at MolidayMisschurch at Harts Sunday Walter Martin mid family and John Martin and family of Qoochland stopped over night with J W Luke route for Indian Territory Forest Dow den and Harry McClure visited Bradley Lake Now Years James Richmond called on Mm Whittomoro during Christmas J Raunnold and wife visited relatives hero last week Diuksio Lako made hasty trip to Wdlnut Grove Friday Ben throughheioMessrs Lake Hart and Pearson of Beroa visited friends and relatives at this place SuudayJ Baker and family called on Mr and Mm Hart New Years Mjnnio Lakes school will close the Olh Allen Williams passed through hero Saturday from Rockcastle and said swoppingDaniel Maxie were out from Berea last week looking over the farm they have cently purchased Miss Peoro Mc cluro gave Now Years social which enjoyed to a flniehuT Lake has bought a farm near Harts girls look out somebody going to house keeping Brock Pigg building n blacksmith shop Bradly Lake says would prefer Pearl a diamondMr and Mrs Rich unison visited Mr Jerry Richardson at Big Hill Sunday James Van Wrinkle came from Williamsburglust week to his mother and father Mrs Lucinda Collins who has been very sick better Every body joyed the sermon Bro Kitchen SundayWea fleece and family havo returned to OhloH Hart attended tho dedication of the New Chapel at Boroa Sunday Mrs Mary Davis attended churchat Silver Creek Sunday Ho will never fail Ho will not forsake Ills eternal conveuant He will never break Resting His promise What have we to tear God allsufficient For tho coming year ROCKCASTLE COUNTY nooNE Jan 8Wo are having nice winter weather Rov W Lambort of this place went to Richmond Satur day business Married January the 2nd Jack Hornsby and Miss Almcta Saylor Rev 11V Lambert officiated Mrs Lillie Martin and Mrs Chesulo Martin visited Mrs Etta Lambert last weekJ B Cojlt LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In In IM Wfl JiJI 8urj liwFuu tfSSfl Tlm certlllpitai fit deposit on wlilch IDternl U xld a vt tat 90S 54 j Cashiers Obccki tratxtindlng 1 Ml M I Amount of Dividend IIJIOO 00 a UrrLIUIltIlTAD Were all ex pciuti loon Inlcrrtl and tarn deducted tbcrrirotn ttfort le daring dividend and not leu than Id per rent ut net proflti ol the hank tor the period covered by the dividend tarried to the surplus fund before aid dividend WM deeUredr YfI iI See See Mt Kf BUt tCG 24 as and and that the la In withap om node from of Slat day of Din M day such thai bo and la mo W U W II the day of Y R T nail N l J K U t T KHll Director J J W II I I I J I I J I I I I I I I I J I I I I I I I J J I I J I J I I J I I I I I I I I J I H J J I H Ho pibliibcd ia by the The earns It lot for at 11 of rood faith I II I r I 1 1 I 1 1 r r r r in now 8 on E a AI A C eve re a was J is is he a to R L see is en by C us on is J on cub DOS Lest wu 148 lal went to Mt Vernon lost week Misses Susie Saylor and Ida Wren spent Saturday night with Mrs Etta Lambert It is retried that Mrs Drew and son moved to Snider bo cause their house at Conway was haunted Rov J W Lambert was pleased to meet with his old friend Rev John Rogers of Illinois as ho returned from Richmond last Satur day uightMrs Mattie Goyla and children went to Boron to spend the winter and send tho children to College Rev J W Lambort filled his appointment at West Union Sun day Virgio the little daughter of Mary Knuckles is very low with fever at this writing We have been having some moving going on hero of late five families have moved to Snider Switch this winter For Ladle Furnishing Goods call at the Now Cash Store they have a full lino of uptodato Go- alsEveryI I Two Minutes Physicians fell us that all healthyhuman the heart once in every two minutes If this action be comes irregular the whole bodysuffers Poor health follows poor blood ScottS Emulsion makes the blood pure One reason why SCOTTSEMULSION is such a great aid is because- it passes so quickly into the blood It is partly di gested before it enters the stomacha double advan tage in this Less work for the stomach quicker and more direct benefits To get the greatest amount of good with the least pos sible effort is the desire of everyone in health Scotts Emulsion does just that A change for the better takes place even before you expect it Iumplepicture in the form of a label lion the wrap per of eery bottle of laEmuhlon you buy SCOTT f BOWNE Cheeks 0 409 1earlSt N Y localaasd lroo AU drertc Dr W G BEST DENTIST Office over Post Office S Ra BAKER Dentist OrfrcmBEREA KY Office hours from 8 to 4 Teeth extracted without palnSomnoume R B ROBERTS Real Estate Agent and Abstractor of Deeds OFFICE OVERT POST OFFICE onirr l to lit 11 HI Farms town property etc for sale or to rent Cull and see me if you wish to buy or sell property CaFe Hanson LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKERS cessor to B R Robinson All n calls promptly attended to night and day- TelephoneI No4 Berea Ky FOR RENT Rooms for rent well located and ventilated Enquire of C C Rhodus Real Estate 1 have quite a number of building lots and some improved property in Berea for sale I also havo 20 acres with a 3room box house within a quarter of a mile of Boron corporation for 500 Also farm and timber lauds in Madison Rockcastlo and Estill coun tiesAny ono desiring such property should call on me J P BICKNELLBerea Ky MonumentsURNS STATUARY OF Granite and Marble Monumental work ofall kinds done in a workman like manner at reasonable dispatchAll Golden Flora RICHMOND KY Corner of Main and Collins Streets FOR SALE See J W HERNDON for Cow Feedand Baled Hay 3 miles from Bares on Richmond pike A Farm of too Acres FOR SALE Within 2 miles of Berea 60 timberjGoodwith 2 fire places Good Orchard Wt1l1Fencedwill take 1400 Call nt once on J P BICKNELL Real Estate Agent GREAT CENTRAL C II A DIere ManiucttoC C S L The Michigan Line Electric Lighted Trains All New to TQLEDQAND DETROITTIIIlOUOH CARS TO Charlevoix Petoskey Bay View Wequetonsing Harbor Springs pointsinpnrticulurs a ID G INWARDS I P T MIf 17krrrrrr KrklRrrrlrrratrrr abt Obipktrrrrrklktrkrrkr- rtriKrkrrrrI30LIDAYz OOOODS 0 i At The UptoDate Grocery r SVewish to announdfe that we will have on hand r aan goods also hardware and hay LOGSDONn i INo Longer in Doubt Ibest dental york is done in Berea The best material that is on the ml1rketsoes into every job Iand tho workmanship is itself I jobiE 1i1 It Dentist who is temporarily located can afford to I IA worthless work but I ant here to stay and not guarantee each and every job but have yet to hear tthefirst complaint ONE PRICE IMy prices are extremely low considering the high Iclass workand are absolutely the same to alli I So if it is good work and fair treatment you want I go to the OnePrice DentistWS R BAKER D D S IOfficeOber Citizen Office i STREETI BEREA KENTUCKY V HATS OFF Did you ever notice some men look better with their hats off This is because their hats dont suit them We can fit you with a hat that conforms with your height and complexion Our Prices are Never Matched 1 Granulated sugar r 05 Gold Medal Flour 60 Obelisk Flour OS Meal 25 I upBuildingDid you ever notice your neighbor was getting I along easier than yourself Perhaps it is because he does all his trading a- tWELCHS P SSanta Claus is stopeing at our place Always Remember the Full Name OJ Laxative Bromo Quinine Cures a Cold in One Day Grip inTwo r oft BOB 2Sc I I A Happy HomeITo have a happy home you must have children as they are great happyhome makers If a weak woman you can be made strong enough to bear healthy children with little pain or discomfort to yourself by taking IWJ E CARDUI I I Womans Relief It will ease away all your reduce mation cure leucorrhea whites falling inflamIian trouble disordered menses backache etc and make childbirth natural and easy Try ittI At every drug store in iOO bottles 1 WRITE us A LETTER yourtroublesplain sealed envelope Address La ChattanoogaMedidne I CARDUIfDUE TO stud nothing else Is my babyglrlnow- two weeks old writes Mrs J P West of Webster City Iowa She U a tine healthy babe and we are both doing nicely L The Citizen An Independent family Newspaper Published every Thursday at Sore Kj BEREA PUBLISHING COMPANY L E TUPPER Editor and Mgr Subscription Ratos IMTikLX IK ADUlt one Year f109 Ili month JAb Iithree months send money by Post oafre Money Oder Ex Money Order Check Drmlt lteUUnd Letter or one and two cent sumps The date after your rams ibowi to what date reur inbscTlptlon It paid U It Is not changed Ytthtn three week after vending ui money sotify UL- SubKTlben wtihlng Tux Cmzttf topped- un notify us at the of tuberlptlon paYlnc all nrrran otherwise we thall nilder that they wish it continued Notify ni at once of soy change In your address old and new addresses Milling numbers due to wrappers coming off uptilledAgents wanted In eYe locality write tot Mans Anyone tending m four yearly lObo pslpnoaswill recelveTua Cmtaa oat Decrease of Illiteracy Government statistics show that Illiteracy Is decreasing at a much snore rapid rate among women than among men This Is cheering news When all women are ablo to read and Ito understand what thoy read it will not be necessary for men to know bow at all The women can tell them all about It digesting tho Information according to its value and Imparting Dt to tho men at meal times and at sight The men will then have more time to attend to business and need scot vex their souls about socalled culture As chroniclers of news and retailers of information women should particularly shine It is their natural bent And they could keep the books and attend to correspondence conserv lag the wealth which men created It would be a fair division of labor And man not having occasion to read would learn to reflect and so grow see Woman possessing a better moral sense would impart to him only such knowledge as would benefit She would tell him stories with the right kind of morals to them She may even learn to tell a funny story without for getting the point Lot her continuo to learn and man continue to forget In time the blessed day may come when man ot his ignorance will be happy and women who delight to worry will bo well pleased to bear the bur den of sorrowful wisdom a Japans Wonderful Progress Japan Is settling down into ways of peace ud promises to enter upon a fresh career of prosperity In fact the war In which she showed such amazing resourcefulness seems scarcely to have interrupted her material progress To be sure she is left with a big national debt but already she is planning to lessen the burden by refunding part ot her obligations at low er interest and there is no doubt she will manage to adjust satisfactorily her finances Meanwhile an official communication received at our state department Is of interest as showing how Japan flourished even white she was having It out with Russia This Statement shows that Japanese exports amounted to 125000000 In the first six months of 1903 to 137000000 in the first half of 1904 and to 142000 000 In the same period this year Here I VaS a steady increase all the time Japan was fighting It also appears that V Japans Imports showed a decided and continuous increase and much ot them came from the United States A coun try that can carry on war and business simultaneously and mako a big success of both has Qualities to command admiration It is said that among the new peers at the next creation will be Col Edward Saunderson who is grand mas ter of Orangemen and tho hottest antibomerulei In Ireland and has represented County Armagh In parlla meat for 20 years past Practically all ho has done is comprised In his de nunciation of tbo lush nationalists and eulogies of the longsuffering landlords Although a colonel ho never did any fighting having been In the North Cork militia Ot such stuff the peerage has a plenty Rev David house the new president of Georgetown university is one of the pronounced opponents of the present methods in football and says one of the greatest drawbacks a college has to combat Is that tho public too alien judges of the strength of a college by its strength in the line of athletics Is an insane man liable Is a question a Kalamazoo judge Is endeavoring to solve The average man would say that an Insane man Is liable to do most any talus A little girl In Melrose Mass the other day took It Into her head to play penny punt It amused her mother very much uullt she found that the mall was made up from a batch of her old love letters which were being Illustriously delivered at all the neighboring houses The post tillice was linnxdlatuJy doted With football ou the shelf and most of the automobiles put away snugly In the garages thin ice U tlolug the best It can to njulnialu the average of the mortal ity statistics i L GOYERNORS MESSAGE An Excellent Showing Was Made by the State Kentucky Is Practically Out of Debt But Owing to the New Capitol and Other Expenses Incurred In creased Revenue Is Needed 3Followingis assemblyThe by the state of Kentucky as set forth in the governors message was a subject of favorable comment and must felicita tlon The governor called the attention to excellent results obtained in various state institutions The state is practically out of debt a net Amount of 1260000 resulting from tho collection of civil war claims having made possible tho payment ot the state debt of 1000000 beforo It was due except 26000 for which hlghet rate was demanded than had been paid for the other bonds At the close of the last fiscal year Juno 30 4905 there was in the treasury a balance of 43734316 but appropriations for the new capitol and current expenses will more than wipe this out so that legislative action for increasing revenues is necessary Gov Beckham said tha public was defenseless without proper and effec tive state and federal regulation of railroads whose owners and managers seek to earn the largest possible divi dends for the stockholders Ho con tlnued The honest and prudent ad ministration of such laws is Just as Important as the character ot them and the demagogue who would eeek to blackmail a railroad or corporation with the threat of hostile legislation or with the unjust application of the law 4s a felon deserving of the sever est punishment Must Be Restricted On the other hand wo must not flatter ourselves with the delusion that a railroad company is a charitable or ganliatlon and that without restric possiblelegalextremes will be found the fair hon est and equitable ground upon which this grave and important question should be settled The power of a rail road company to levy an extorUonate rate simply because of a lack of com petition or by an agreement of a competing line should be restrained and the authority to do this now rests with our board so far as rates within this discussinginsurance The disclosure made In the past year of the corruption and crime in the management of a number of the large life insurance companies show conclusively that the Interests of tho people who have put their savings in them must be protected If protected at all by the strength and power ot the law and not loft to the supposed conscience and Integrity of the com panies officers any more than a lamb would be safely intrusted to tho con science or altruism of the wolf Reserves Are Trust Funds Tho vast sums gathered from the people by these companies are trust funds as sacred as those in the hands of a guardian or administrator and the corrupt use of them or the appro priation of them to evil purposes by the officials In charge of them Is none the less embezzlement because of the fact that the amounts misused are so much larger than the sums for the theft of which men are usually put behind prison bars The wasteful extravagance of these trust officers the contributions to po litical campaigns the grand larceny In the matter of exorbitant salaries have it Is true aroused universally public indignation at such grosc viola tions ot honesty by the officers of some of the companies but WB must not rely alone upon the expressions of an aroused public conscience or the ful some promises made by a reorganized company The remedy must be found in such just and strong enactments of law as will reduce to a minimum the possibility of those embezzlements happening in the future Thero should be no disposition to unjustly InJuro those companies or any legislation that would prevent their doing a legit mate and profitable business It seems to be the opinion of a great many authorities on the subject that the deferred dividend system Is es sentially wrong and that the accumu lation by reason of it of a largo sur plus in the bands of the company Is a constant temptation to such extrav agance and fraud as have been discovered in the recent investigation of sev eral companiesTo Pass Laws- I would advise therefore that you carefully examine Into your power in the premises and that if you find that it would be effective pass a law requiring a short period accounting of the surplus to tho policyholders ot tho company I would also advise that you pass a lair along practical lines requiring a company doing business in the state to invest a certain portion of its earnings in Kentucky It is a constant drain upon our money to send out every year a large sum for Insurance and to have no part ot it reinvested in the state Such a law as this would also operate to a certain extent to prevent the accumulation ot vast sums In the money centers where the pollcyholders funds seem to have been to their detriment the prey of stock gamblers and financial pirates Worked Both Ways- MlldredCongratulatemedear Since we last met I have been happily married Priscllla With all my heart By the way I am also to be congratulated Since our last meeting I have been hap pUy divorced Cincinnati Enquirer The FemInine Intelligence Why dont you Insist on being the head of the house- I am the head of the house answered Mr Meekton resolutely But as Hen rietta says a head Is no good without brains Washington Star f J J jJil 1r1nhtt 111uy- Nrrb nf Enunwlratimt By DR NEWELL DWIGHT H1LLIS 9 Talking with a young man about success and a career Dr Samuel Johnson advised the youth to know something about everything and everything about something The advice was goodin Dr Johnsons day when London was an isolated village and it took a week to get the news from Paris Rome and Berlin Today it a man were to take all knowledge for his province and try to know something about everything the allotment of time would give one minute to each subject and soon the youth would flit from topic to topic as a butterfly from flower to llojvcr and lift would be about as evanescent as the butterfly that lives for the present honey and moment Today commercial literary or inventive success means concen trationEdisons life motto has been This one thing I know Elec tricity Just because electricity working through copper or Iron manifests itself in a thousand ways and uses this specialist in elec tricity has taken out a thousand patents Cecil Rhodes resolved ala he would do one thingopen up Africas commerce through railways His life story reads like a ro mance and the one word tliaPexplnins every page is Concentration Young man be a sunffjnss concentrating all the rays at one focal point until the accumulated heat and light burn their my throughopposition Dont scatter all over creation but aim at your object The intellect is a bow Ideas are avows and the will sends them home 51 There is a new camera forking with a spring The lens begin the movement by pointing tpyjml the east sweeps the horizon until it points toward the west anti takes a picture of the entire scene What is good for a dead Camera is bad for a living man What if a hunter out for ducks should point his doublebarrelled shotgun toward the cast than begin to swing his all the way around the horizon until it pointed west and while tItshot were go ing out in the movement pray to God that he might hit a duck or something Hunters specialize and shoot straight toward a mark And so should men plan and work Failure is onehalf ignorffnce and the other half diffusion Success is the absolute mastery of the single thing in hand Every day the principle of the division of labor is being relined The youth who would succeed must toil terribly and exhibit the genibs for detail Above all tjaings else he must concentrate concen trate concentroteN Young man is there a fetter life motto than This one thing I candor The history of every successful man can be summed op in one wordHe did one thing welt iqnlu fn Auntiz- ztkittg tat Dy DR CARLETON SIMON Colds are the result of carelessness of im proper clothing or of ignorance or mistaken notions as to some of tho simplest laws of health Foolhardy folks carelessly incur the chances of taking cold regarding the condition lightly It is a reck I lessness for which many have paid dearly A cold snuutl be treated matt carefully as frequent attacks in crease the liability of its recurrence There is nothing more difficult and more irregular in character to treat and to cure than a coryza cold in the head which may terminate in pneumonia by affecting the bronchial tubes and lung tissues A cold is the result of a dcvitttlization of a part as of the mucous membrane with a change from the normal bldod equoflzation and sup ply by reason of which a change in secretion or excretion occurs It is first a chemical change then a microbe change as for instance when the activity of the glands of the mouthan activity that is destructive to certain germs is checked by congestion changing the same from an alkaline to an arid reaction allowing the germs to thrive where formerly the chemical condition of the fluid destroyed them It is a curious fact that colds are on the increase since the abolition of boots and the wearing of thinsoled shoes One of the greatest neces sities to maintain health is to keep the feet warm Attention should be given to the equalization of the heat of the body by proper under wear and warm woollen stociinaria of inestimable value The warmest clothing worn should he that which is nearest the body It is a truth that pcrspns who keep their purse freely open by sensible bathing through a course of years arc less inclined to colds than those who do not But here I wish to speak very emphatically as to one form of bathing 1 There has been much snail relative to cold baths as a hardening system to inure the body against colds I believe the cold bath when taken in the ordinary house is jar more of a menace to health than a possible benefit Draughts ate dangerous inasmuch as they suddenly check the finer artcrolcs on the surface of Ihe skin iri a circumscribed area Especially is the mucous membrane sensitive to such changes and to prevent this nature has to a degree evolved the fine hairs in our nos trils which serve not only as a sieve against dust but as well to warm the current of air as it is inspired My idea is not to speak against ventilation for that should never be neglected but proper ventilation may be obtained in any moderately sized room with due regard and care not to allow the person to be within the draught- I do not believe in sleeping with the windows open in the depth of winterfor rheumatism and colds if not worse complications art sure to arise in the great majority of cases At night the vitality ol the body is lowest and toward morning it is at its lowest ebb and warmth applied externally by means of good blanketing saves the body much work in manufacturing calories or units of heat Those that sleep in rooms well ventilated in the daytime well covjred with blankets at night are far wiser than those who prefer the openair scheme which even the animals avoid It is well to remcmUcr that vitality is lowest in the early hours and that the majority of deaths occur at the early hours the ebb lidf of vital force Ia 00 J J t or 4- r J 1 L t j 1o J II CHINESE BOYCOTT LEADER History of the Principal In the Re cent Crusade AgnjnBt Amer ican Traders The leader of the moveomnt ono Tseng Shaochlng otherwise known as Tseng Chu Is a prominent tuna from tie Kubkleu province though his adopted homo la now Shanghai Ho lea merchant of some Blaming dealing in goods from Slag aporo and other places adjacent to the Straits Settlements says tho Journal of tho American Asiatic association He does not deal In American goods ho has a European m nominal part nership with hllna Dane He has purchased the rank of a Hnotal lIe Is a very energetic person and liken to take the lead generally In good ob jects for Instance bo was a loader In securing a contribution of 36000 taela from Chinese tor the Interns tional institute giving as his own con tribution 1500 taole though not equal to many other subscribers In wealth Ho bas always been regarded as a generous man with bin money when It Is sought for philanthropic objects Ho is one of the trustees of the Inter national Institute lie has also been a loader in the Red Cross work tak ing a prominent part In that move ment Inaugurated In China during the war between China and Japan and tbo recent conflict between Russia and Japan and ho has been ono of the leaders In tho antlfoolblndlnn move ment lie Is regarded by his countrymen us belyg a llttlo vain and likes to have his good deeds sounded abroad In this respect he Is not unlike many Americans lie is a member of the Chinese chamber of commerce at Shanghai and being a leader be naturally took a lead in not only proposing but carrying out the recent boycott of American goods Formerly r Treat friend of AmerI- cans he has now worked up a foiling pf hatred toward Americans He has more than once since tho Inaugura tion of the boycott movement In spits of his statements to the contrary showed a very antiAmerican feeling and he even does not feel toward the International Institute which is presided over by Rev Dr Gilbert Reid an American u before He has from the beginning of the boycott move ment agitated for not buying Amtr lean goods though the Chinese edam ber of commerce merely voted for not making any new eonlraett At the first meeting held of the Shanghai chamber of commerce when the boy cott was first proposed many of the members though approving of the movement as a retaliatory measure against the harsh tnnUMnt to which the exempt clasMS of Chinese have been subjected In Atnerreawere afraid to take the teed In the move meat but Mr TMWC anoowiietd that he would take the Iwul IB tho MOv- ement that ha would telegraph to all the treaty porU to tko various native commercial guilds ntdunj ur uJetaHM and fttrJberaoM that he was willlEMC to pay all of the expense at telegraphing hfraMlf The members- of the chamber of commerce agreed- to tills proposition hence Mr Tseng was named as the leader and a sort of general manager of the boycott movement in China lie has had various contereaee with the Amtrlll8n merchants as well ft the American consular officers on the subject of this boyaotU but ho has been immovable Ho has declared his Intention of carrying the boycott to tho bitter end and this he would have succeeded In accomplishing were it not that peace had been declared between Japan and Russia which thus opened the northern and particularly the Manchurian market for American cotton goods and which resulted In tho boycott practically ceasing about September 14 last Minstrel Not Minister Well well wouldnt that Jar you Tho Skagway Alaskan under a big heading Is Dead and subheading WellKnown Toronto Divine Sue climbs has the following which Is claimed to bo a special dispatch to the dally Toronto Oct 21COOl Burgess the wellknown minister died In the gen eral hospital hero today of heart dis easeNow the facts arc and I speak of that which I know to be true Cool Burgess was a well nnown minstrel not minister who toured the coun try In his business and lived the great er part of the time In Toronto In the summer months be kept open a saloon at the entrance of Prospect park Drooklyn N Y So much for the vtiuo of special dispatches Sltka Alaskan Not to He Treated Lightly Tnls Is our latest novelty said the manufacturer proudly Good work isnt It7- Not bad replied the visitor but you cant hold a candle to tho goods we make Oh are you In this lino to07 No wo make gunpowder Stray Stories At the Piano Did you observe that I dropped a note In that last song she said No replied the Blllvillo young mart but ef youll bold tho lamp Ill look under the planner an see I lost a fivedollar note last year an I haint got over it yltl Atlanta Con stitution Dont Protest Too Much When a man begins to derrre that ho feels as young as he aver tlid his friends begin to suspcitt tbA he I doesnt Cleveland Leader t I J I iU YOUNG MAN WHO DRINKS Ills Chances of Employment in the Business World Are Constantly Growing Less Tho time Is coming fast Indeed has already arrived In our commercial lire when n young man who has habit ot Intemperance Is narrowing very rap Idly the possible range of openings ln which he may mako a living Fifteen years ago as the trainmaster on a division on one of our largo rail roads In America told mo ho sat In his office one day and saw a freight trait stand for two hours waiting for a number of tho train crew to recover from Intoxication When they wore able to handle the train It moved out of tho yard Now the trainmaster said If the brakeman or any of the train crow were found using liquor or If they were seen even to enter a saloon they were Instantly discharged The Idea ot keeping a whole train waiting for a man to recover from drunkenness would seem perfectly absurd t to the railroad corporations now Tho time will come when such an Idea will seem equally absurd iu the army Happy Homes ALCOHOL IN BEVERAGES The Proportion of Alcohol to n GUM i of the Various DrinksiThe tumblers represent halt a pint and the wine lasC1 halt A Rill The dark shading shows the amount or at Cobol contained and the flfurttf below give tU perceatan of the Wilt FIGURES THAT TELL A Comparison of HeulU Between License and JJo X4i nse in Vermont Towns In Rutland Vt the test has bffn- made with the fallowing rusuits he figure are from tho oIDce of thi chief of pollee AIUtlMTtMAOKTOU POlIt YAAJia tern UM r Ftor4rtMk Jw n rhv fwir- aMMtlJ n ammo ef peve Attest I I nJunta t1 4 JI July JO T M TMM It 4 KttuixferItjIAahAd Slay 73 7 L June 4 S s w July t1 s ri- T1sl 110 11 21- 5isw Bader ne NOM 7 tI 3JMO a it July 20 11 4 5I- M tl Se HVteM May isto 1l 7s JaM S e u July S 14 77 TecaIU sd 2os Passing of the Subway Tavern The famous subway tavern wblih was opened In New York with the dox ology and a benediction by Bishop POI ter has closed In Its place Is a plain old etyle saloon the proprietor of which has posted a card bearing some businesslike announcements Rum and religion wont mix any more than oil and water You cant follow the Lord and chase the devil at the same time A saloon Is a place for drink not worship Religion follows rum It j does not go with It hand In hand A man thinks of religion the morning after The best patron of n saloon IB the man with the biggest thirst not the man with the most religion And there is more to the santo effect There isbut one way to deal sensibly with the saloon and that is to abolish It ul together LIquorThe II quors In Canada Is Increasing The amount of beer wine and spirits used per head of tho population In 1904 was 23 per cent greater than the average for the five yenta preceding The in crease In convictions for drunkenness In 1903 tbo last year for which crim inal statistics are as yet available was 26 per cent over the average for the preceding five years This In crease Is shown In every province with the exception of Prince Edward Island and Quebec which show a slight de crease In Ontario the Increase Is 60 per cent No Good Saloon Who wants a good eaoonAdI- n a liquor Journal Well whoever does will go without what ho wants There aint no good sal6onAmerl eanlssuoI M CI1I J 4 wI i 6 l l The Wise Men Find Jesus Sunday School Ituoalor JiaH1995 Speciiilr Pwri 1 crThli Paper LESSON TBXTMatt 2111 Memory verse Ii luad alia Luke 22131- OOLURN TIXTMY son give Me thine heartProv 333- 6TiM1Probably February U C C when Jesus was six or eight weeks old PLACE Uethlehem of JudeA HCR1PTURB llEFERBNCBaThe Infancy of Jesus L ltd birth the ship herdi and the asgere iorr Luke 1 Jill namlnr slid Ills consecration 27101Itemple at Jerusalem Luke 2zlZI meons hymn The Nune Olmlttli rmM 4 Simeon prophecy and Annas thanksgiving Luke MISI 8 The wise t men from tilt east Matt 2112 L The night Into Egypt Matt JUMI 7 The masmere of the Innocents Matt 21111 I Iteturn to Nazareth Matt JiH3 Luke f 23240Comment and Suggestive Thought Palylinetbe presentation In tho Temple for tho family left Dethlehem Immediately after tho visit ot the wise men and before April for Herod died April 1 It was probably In February Wise men from the cast Magi sages V 2 Saying Where Is He that Is born King of tho Jewa Where le- the newlyborn King For wo have Peon Ills star in the east Seen by them In tho eastern countries or seen In the eastern sky or both And are rome to worship Him To acknowl edge 11 fs wO to do homage to Him V 3 When Herod the king had 4 heard those things Eager to find the object of their search they would go through the street asking Wirer is HeT at the same time tell t InRtrn utoryot the star It Is a aim question but the qulot voice gath itplo velocity and volumo until It over Jerusalem like a cyclone or a rushing wind of Penteooat Jle was troubled agitated And all Je rusalem wlttr hIm A new king might Involve the nation In a conflict with Homo It might Interfere with their luxuries their tyrannies their aohomofl of greedy gain V 4 Gathered all the chief priests and scribes The authoritative teachers and students ot tho law iIo demanded rather Inquired of thorn where Christ In the original the ChrW net the proper nave tat 4the MsMiah the official title ot the promised Deliverer sliouW be bern What do your Scriptures say What Is your btttetf- V Vl Js written Mle 5iV 0Anjf thou Btthlebem Thta Septuajnttbelamest Just as such quotations were popularly laade at that time for there I were no niklea In etlelil4UQ and quotations oflMt be made ebIfiy as remembered from hearing them read Uethlnhora In the lead of Judea DIstlBgulihlnit It from Iletblebem In ZebulonV Then Herod privily privately called the wise men 1 rlvajq tar ttqurns already batch Ing still more privately hit mallcloui plot to dei trey Jesus Enquired diligently Greek accurate ly to the finest point referring to the Information rather than diligence of inquiry What time the star ap peared How long ago within what time Will the birth of tlio king made known by thp appearing of tho star V S Ho sent or directed them to Ucthlehcm a short six miles from Jerusalem Scarab diligently hotter aa before accurately carefully llrlng mo word worship Him He lied because if be had told his real object they would of course t not report to him i V 9 And lo the star which they Paw in the east the same distin guished star but now in tho south V 10 When they sow tho tart guiding thorn and pointing out tho place They rejoiced Ilocauso their Joiirnffy was now ended their search was successful V 11 They eaw tho young child The wonder Is that In n little humblepKing And toll down In the orlen tal manner of showing homage And worshiped Him Three acts are here falling down worshiping and offer tho first the worship of tho body thu second of the soul the third of our goods With those three our bodies our souls our goods wo are to1 worship Him Without thorn all worship is but a lame and maimed j sacrifice neither fit for wire men to give nor Christ to reeehoDr Mark rank Opened their treasures Tho caskets or chests In which the presenteufroyaltyV Doing warned of God In n dream In the tame manner as Godo may have spoken to them before The verb means to give a response toono who asks or consults The wiseii Religious Thought The best way to drive your children totsln Is to keep your religion for com pany Uatns Horn manIanyone It therq In not a mighty work of God In us it is our own fault Find out what these hindrances are and put them nWl1fn A Torroy- A ray of light In not all the light there Is in tho universe but it leads a unerringly to the source of all light as4r It were Let each child of the Iigt be as true as each beam of light jnltcd Presbyterian J 1 r I OBEYING OnDERS H w a Simple Peasant Followed Literally the Instructions of a Lion Tamer When P RTon the lion tamer was at Moscow with his menagerie ho had oo casloa to employ a peasant a fine spec imen ot aCossack to clean out the eases of the wild beasts The Cossack did not ubderstand a word of French end the terms of the contract were set tled In dumb show sewdutiespantomime with Rho broom sponge and water bucket Tho peasant watched him closely and appeared fully to uu derstand the details of the lesson given Next morning armed with a broom a bucket and a sponge ho opened the first cage he came to and quietly stepped In as ho had seen his master on Iho previous day step into two cages of harmless brutes but this one hap pened to be tenanted by a splendid but untamed tiger that lay stretched on the floor fast asleep At the noise made by the opening and closing the door the creaturo raised Its bead and turned Its green eyes full on the man who all uncon scions of his danger stood in a corner dipping his big sponge Into the bucket At that moment 1exon camo out of his caravan and was struck dumb by the terrible sight that met his gaze Wbat could ho do to warn the man of his danger A sound a movemeut on his part might enrage the great beast and hasten its attack on the de fenceless Cossack SO Pezon stood awaiting develop meats ready to rush to the scene when the crisis came Tho peasant sponge In hand coolly approached the tiger and made ready to rub him down with the stolidity of a military bootblack polishing his captains boots The sudden application of cold water to its hide evidently produced a very agreeable effect on the tiger for it began to pur stretched out its paWs rolled on Its back and complacently offered every part of Its body to the vigorous treat ment of the peasant who went on icrbblng with might and main All the while Pezon stood there with his eyes wide open as if nailed to the Spot When he bad finished his job the Cowwck left the cage as quietly as be had entered It and it required tho roost energetic and expressive gestures on the part of tho lion tamer to prevent his repeating his hasardous experiment on a second wild beast Philadelphia Pro t The Questions Inside Master Fred IB one of those little people whoso curiosity knows no bounds and who seen always wound up to ask question One day he was to hue Ills hair cut and his father Jokingly said It mint bo out very short to Mop ah asking no many questions Oh that wouldnt do any good said Fred Youd have to cut my head clean off the questions lUG inside of it Salmon ascend rivers and streams jumping waterfalls anti rapids going up stream as far as tney can go to tie posit their eggs or epawn then re turn I HOMEMADE WEATHER VANE Amusing Figure Which May Be Made to Tell Which Way the Wind Is Blowing An ordinary clothes post or a stout strip of board nailed up against the fence or a shed so that it sticks well up Into tho air Is a good place to fix up a weather vane If It Is mado to represent a grotesque figure you will enjoy making It says the Cincinnati Enquirer and also ecjoy watching its antics when It begins to swing and to point tho way from which the wind blowsFirst whittle out an arrow and fast en it to tho post pointing due north The arrow is to remain fixed Now In the top of tho post Insert a stout wire exactly perpendicular and TUB WEATHBR VANE so firm that It will not bend nor come out The cutting out of the flguro is tho chief thing Select a piece of pine boar that Is from a quarter to three eighths of an Inch thick and that will not readily split Draw tho outline of the figure you Intend to cut and saw away the edges cutting closely to the lines wherever you can Then finish the figure with a sharp pocket knife If only a small vane Is denlred It mal bo cut from a good strong shin gleOn the wire slip two or three small round pieces of leather for washers These will keep tho vane freo from the arroW Three or four small wire sta pies like two pointed wire tacks will fasten the figure to the wire Finally paint tho weather vane in bright colon BEAD THIS ALOUD Deity Better bought tome butter But she MM this butter bitters It 1 put It In mr batter It will make my batter blUer Due ft bit of better butter Win but make my batter better 80 the bought a bit of butter Better then Ule bitter butter And made her bitter batter better Se twas better Itettr Hotter Bought a bit of bettor butter Lifting the list Do you know that the custom of lift Ing ones hat dates back to the age ot ehlvalryT Knights then never appeared In publlo without their full ar mor When they entered an asssm blage of friends they removed their helmets This action signified I am sate In the presence of friends Thus the custom of gentlemen of today means tho same thing that he Is In the presence of a friend Jumping Salmon A Cut Out Cut out semicircle In picture Cut lout circle on heavy outside line and under picture running pin through X X Thea turnand sal mon wilt JUMP the fall Boston Globs b QUEER CORRESPONDENCE MirthProvoking Missive s Are Often Received by the Weather Bureau The weather bureau like otter de partments of tho government is constantly In receipt of queer letters from all kinds ot people who want to have the weather regulated to suit them hot only do letters containing com plaints against the weather come to the bureau but the telephone Is con stantly used by people who want to find out what kind of weather they are going to have on a certain day be cause the questioner explains he wants a clear day at that time because ho Is going out of town on a picnic or an outing The Inquiries generally aro In re gars to tho weather on a unto two weeks ahead Two weeks Is the favored pcrlotl and tinny of the Inquirer show very bad temper when they do not get ad answer to suit them The moot remarkable message or rather ridiculous ono over received b- Um weather burtfhu was ono from a man who said be was a great friend of the cabinet officer under whose direr Lion Urn weather bureau was The man claimed that be had big Influence with tho secretary and If tbo weather bu reau would make arrangements to provide a nlcf sunshiny day for him on a date two weeks ahead he would recom menind the weather bureau to his friend the secretary and he added an extra inducement that If tho bureau would manufacture a beautiful day to orflsr for him he would send a crisp nvedotlar bill to the clerk In charge on tbe day following lie stated that the reason he wanted a good day was because he was going to take hla motherinlaw and some visiting friends on a car ride to the Great falls and did not want to get wet or have tho lunch spoiled by baying to postpone the trip Tho clerk who received the request wrote the man the following reply There Is only Onp who can grant your request and lie Is too faraway to be reached by mall or telephone Standing Order Nswlln HaInes of tho Atlantic City Ilotnl Mens association was talking about the odd rules that prevail m many of the cheaper restaurants and cams For Instance ho said I go In and Order oysters salad and dessert and gut a napkin but the man next to me because he has only ordered pic and mlllt alit have a napkin on any account A silent hero lost summer goo me the tiMt example of those absurd rul triM and differentiations that 1 have heard yet Iho man sold that he entire a lunen cafe In London an ornate place With a countnr where some of the patrons stood and wait a number of little tables whore others sat The man nave n small order and tOol a start ut ono of tho tables Tlierciipon a waiter hurried to him tteg pardon sir lio said but buns taut sitChicago Inter Ocean Journalism by a Journalist There aro two kinds of gntatnoss In lonrualistn ono that involves the editing of newspapers with distinction tho nthcr tike faculty ot writing In n way that shall Impress Itself upon masses or men Vim faculty of editing a news paper with cJtstirictlon has not always been associated with mere commercial niccess London Sphere Royal Motorist The king ofltaly Is not only one of the must enthusiastic of royal motorists but perhaps the only ono who lias qunlllled by passing a severe lirnrncal examination Ho In a clever mechanic and repairs his cart t Norways Richest Man A wuultliy Norwegian has presented Kins UuHkun with a tine estate at OrktHlaSuu The donors name la Tux as and ho is the richest man in Norway MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Jan C CATTLE Pair to good 4410 C I to Heavy steers 4 tf CALVESExtra 0 W S W llOOSCliolce packers u0 Mixed packerS 45 SHKEPBxtrn G 76111 LAMllSExtra W KLOURSprlnic patent S 40 WHEATNO s red r- No3 red S9 OORNNo 2 mixed Si 45V- 4QATSNO 2 mixed S34 RYENO 2 o 9 70 HAYCholce timothy 13 Ou 1S 2- 5PORKrClear mesa C14 S- OVARD Steam 7 i it 7 3- 0nUTTERCholce dairy Ji 17 i S APPLESCholceyi a W tG 00 t iI TOBACCONew I 00 4TII 00 Old 4W ttH75 CHICAGO FLOURWlnter piitent 6 10 fi1I 5 M WHEAT No 2 red SV4 90 No S red 80 0 K6H CORNNO i mixed a to 4nOATSNo 2 mixed 32 S2i- PORKMess 13 G5 4JI3 70 LARDSteam 7 S5 WHEATNO 2 red w 911 LARDSteam 7 M r 7it NEW YORK FTOtmWlnter straits 3 95 410 WHEATNO 2 red CORNNoi 2 mixed OATSNO G7 7 mixed SGH 31 RYE Western p 74 L 15- 00LARDSteam7 75 j 7 SO BALTIMORE ICOHNNoCATTLESteers 4W fr 4W ItOOS =Dressed O C 50 LOUISVILLE WHEATNO 2 red n w sz- CORNNo 2 mixed W OATSNo 2 mixed SIM 35i PORKrMciss 12rt LARDSteam C 7 CO INDIANAPOLIS WHEAT NO I rod 0 90 CORNNO 2 mixed +z4 OATSNO I mixed U2 e 4J e9tG 5RICHMOND GREENHOUSES Poole 188 Richmond Ky S iCUTFLOWERSr i DESIGNS AND BLOOMING PLANTS CQ j OO aii1 1f L+0o+o+000 +o+o +00+0010 +o+o+0o+o+o +o+o+o+o+o +o +o+ 0ff THE HOUSECLEANING SEASON o Is here and every housewife wants one or more 1 pieces of new tV1FURNITURE CARPET or MATTING f tTea Look Through Our Stook 6Itwill surprise you bow well and bow reasonably wa Cia I your wants IF ITS FROM US ITS GOOD I New Florence Drop Top Ball Bearing Sewing Machinefl o 25 T3O and X35 worth SCO 160 and J65 1 1o0 IjCarriage Satisfaction Here Buggies finish and trimmings No other sort could give the satisfaction our J carriages invariably give hNo better place to buy than HERE No better time t buy than J NOW Prices down to Rockbottom Qualities up to Topnotch JWe repaint repair and retire Get our prices KENTUCKY CARRIAGE C p HIGGINS Prop County Roller Mills e4i IH4HHHHA Manufacturers Fancy Roller Row Cera Meat Ship Stuffs Crushed Cora Etc Our GOLD DUST Roller Floor wiU beibard to beatrPRIDE OF MADISON is another Excellent FInr t tIdHaddddA Potts a Saa I t LOUISVILLE Ie NASHVILLE RAILROAD Time Table In Effect May 1 1905 Going North Train 4 Dally Leave Berea 310 a m- Arrivefichmond416 a m Arrive Paris628a m- ArrivuCinoinnati7iO a m Going North Train 2 Dally Leave BereBl32 p m Arrive Richmond 200 pm Arrive Paris 880 p m Arrive Cincinnati610 p m Going South Train 3 Dally Leave Berea11 p m Arrive KnoxvilleS10 pm flslnr South oioq Train I Dally Leave Berea 1217 a m Arrive Knoxville 700 a m XQDIPMKKTi Trtlni numbers 2 and Sparry Buffet rulor car and coacher between Cincinnati and Knol lle In both dlrectloai Tralna num ben 1 and 4 terry Pullman Teitlbuled Sleeping car and ooacbea between Cincinnati and Knox viii In both dlrectllnL W H COWER Ticket Agent I LOUISVILLE ATLANTIC RYCO Time table sWeet April 16 1109 BAST BOUND No1 Nag Me I a m OSO p r- Nlchoiandl1100 71G Valley View 1124 7W- niohmood ar llSJ t10 Richmond lv120e p ta S S9 e a Urine 101 7SO- BeitlTTllU 240ar jj BMttjTllle Jot 100 1020 WEST BOUND No 2 No 4 No 1 renames1 74a a m I2S paa MJValleyRichmond SOO RIchmond ar IJi f u 1 JO Irvine IM p BI 122 BeiMytlUe tr u 000ioS0 L ssw BcittTTllle Jet SM 10M- Mo 2 and 01 and X mete atop connections at KlcholaitUle to and troa Lexiagton sad aael Dill and at Vcrulllei to cad root SaelbrTllle and LoutiTlllo No t connects at BeattyTllle nucllon lor Foranytlutherlnforme uoa addteea say teal stash or K ft SMITH 0YItgt Phaetons Runabouts 11 SurriesTraps f Durable Graceful Ut5efulyi tStyl1sh llfOur WORKSJ Madison IYWea DuersonI Call at T J Moberleyg and see the i beat line ofeCOLLARS TEAK HARNESS BUGGY HARNESS r- AND ANYTHING iaadto bjiy 1 T J MOBERLEY Richmond XHtuckyA s PRODUCE CHICKENS GEESE TURKEYSe EGGS HIDES TALLOW ETC IIBought at topnotch price byt J S QOTT Depot Street Beret Hy s A u J Also 500 400 300 250 and 225 for Men 300 250 and 200 for tr Boys 200 and 175 for Youths N The reputation of W L Dnught shot for style comfort and wear Is known I everywhere throughout the world They hue to gire better tatUfactlon than other make uecause the standard has always been placed 10 high that the wear MI expect more for their money than they can get elsewhere We carry a full line and can insure a perfect f fit f inspection invited 04 j COYLE HAYES BEREA KENTUCKY I II 111111111 ra and Vicinity J GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES H H H I 11 t t t t t t t J t t t t t t I I I I IThe History of tie Eighth Kentucky is crowded out this week but will begin next issue Some Eastern Kentucky news is also crowded over to next week ROT M K Pasco will preach at the Congregational church next Sabbath morning Rev C Rexford Raymond who is rememberedwith esteem byall Berea has been called from the church lit Bellevue 0 to a church nt Flushing N Y The Annual Debat between the Phi Delta and Alpha Zeta literary societies occurs on Friday night the subject being Method of Govern ment Regulations for Railroads G D Holliday has put in quite a varied stock of goods in the store recently occupied by Williams on Main streetThe nosy automatic telephones are being tested today This System has 19 phones which are thus tried and more to follow Electric lighting of the Chapel now awaits only the arrival and placing of a switch board The 10yearold daughter of Mr Gabbard on Mt Vernon street has been seriously ill for two weeks Miss Mary Baker of Wallaceton former Berea student and teacher leaves next Monday for Los Angeles California to engage in mission work The President visited Lexington on Tuesday to confer with the presidents of leading Kentucky institu tions in reference to the entertain ment of the Southern Educational Conference which in to convene in that city the last of April W A Cope formerly a student of Borea and now in the Insurance business called on the Citizen Wed nesday Ho says things were looking well at his home in Maldenwhen ho was there last and of course he hada kind word for the College Mr Cope thinks the outlook good in his line President and Mrs Frost started- to day for a flying trip among the friends of the College in the East The President remarked in starting that while he was personallyweary and depressed and in greater need of the prayers of good people than over before the College is in good shape for him to leave the Vice President and Deans abundantly able to take charge of affairs for an in r J definite timo Prof Frank J Stowo did not apt pear on Tuesday night to open the Lyceum Course with the monologue of Tho Rivals which had been J looked forward to with much interest Prof Dodge the manager of the i course arranged with Mr H 31 Racer to givo a endings which were greatly upjjL wasted A delayed tejegrun anuoto afhe impossibility y of Prof StotIt m the appoint ieanent A i dat illbe fixed upon M soon as possible j r I I I 1 I 1 J J J J J J I I I I I I I I I I I 111 Rev T A Kitchen will preach at Combs next Sabbath morning Rhodus Green Company will give 100 oranges to the winning Society of the joint debate between Alpha Zeta and Phi Delta next Fri day night Bereas case before the Supreme Court which should have appeared early in January has been deform on account of Mr Carlisles engage ments elsewhere to the 2nd of Feb ruaryThe Ariel Quartette of male voices will give a concert for the Ladies Aid Society next Tuesday night The Ariel wilt be assisted by Miss Campbell with instrumental selec tions and also by Mr James Combs with readings Literary Socletlr Elect Onirrr Last Friday night being the open ing of the terms work for the Literary Societies all had large atten dance Following are officers of the different Societies ALPHA ZETA President F M Wheat Vice President C B Ernst Recording Secretary E F Fowler Assistant Recording Secretary Geo T Ander son Corresponding Secretary J J Lynch Treasurer Alfred Meese Chorister Simon Holly Critic Rolla Hoffman Sergeant atArms Norman Frost Board of Directors H B SCinuard John Gerdes H M Wash burn Put DELTA President James R Young Vice President John W Welch Record ing Secretary Arthur Daily Corresponding Secretary Howard Clark Treasurer SewardMarsh Sergeant atAruiB 0 M Simpson DETA KAPPA President E M Spink Vice Presi dent C B Treadway Recording Secretary Harry Miller Correspond ing Secretary S K Hunt Treasurer V D Wheeldon Chorister John Creager Assistant Chorister Samuel W Boggs SergeantatArms C J Lewis Third member of Literary Board Claude Do Baum UNION SOCIETY President Claude Townsend Vice President Clark Hylton Secretary Austin McKee Treasurer H 0 In gram Critic James Robinson Chap man R Boggs SergeantatArms Hermiiu Metcalf PSI EPSILON pi President Miss Grace Straight VicePresident Mrs Nellie Roberts Secretary Miss Mae Reeco Treasur er Miss Glenna Peterson UTILE DULCE President Miss Livengood Vice President Miss Chrisman Secretary Miss Wilson Treasurer Miss Wash burn Marshal Miss Hale Third Member of Literary Board Miss Ambrose BOARDERS WANTED Lodgings and table board can be had at tho home of the Rev Amos Stout for four persons Would also furnish table board to four others t mm College Items HERE AND THERE +111 I I I I 11111111 t II t 1111- Father Rogers left for Woodstock Ill Tuesday noon I President Frost was in RIchmond on business Tuesday plrmnlngCorcouple of weeks Secretary Gamble ment to Rich mond Saturday to moot Father Rogers who came to Berca with him at midnightMr Dicks State Secretary MondayinWilliam Strange who was delayed- at the beginning of the term because of sickness arrived in Berea Tuesday night Harmonia Society is rejoicing over the new room in which they rehearse as they went into the new Chapel for- the first time Wednesday night Gideon Isom brought his brother- j to Berea Tuesday of this week Gideon was on his way to Louisville CollegviChapel is the Everett Concert Grand nestIIVulou Church AnnuAl Meeting The annual meeting of the Union Church was held Saturday last After a bounteous served by the ladies business matters were taken up In addition to the variousI yearly reports received the ensuing year were chosen The old officers hold over for the most part but John L Gay was elected treasurer in place of T J Osborne who in turn was made a member of the financial board Geo W Shock ley was selected deacon Reports showed that higbwater mark had been reached in the benevolences of the year just closed while all bills had been met and 150 paid on the church debt for the parsonage When you want the best and Freshet Bread Fruit Candies Cakes Crackers and lots of other HollidaysNewSt All new and uptodate Orders promptlyCallSteam LaundryG D Holliday They say money Idoes not make people happyI I M Try a f V UNSURPASSABLE CANDIES 4JOESSole Richmond Ky Phone flu CANT EAT Whenyournervesare I all unstrung appefitcfailsyouandyou the bottom had droo ped out of your stomachyouarepa the penalty for the abuse you have upon yourself by hastilyeaU and improper thougidelicatethey resent tll Dr dellsLaxa- tlcSyrupt Pepsin b the greatest remedy In the world for correcting and curing all forms ofstom ach and digestive trouble It instantly Imparts new life andvIgor to these parts and keeps them In prime conditionI grip of gets dol lar or dollar sirs oL CALD WELDS SYRUP PEPSI now at your druggists and forestall the trouble Your money will be refunded if it does not benefit you Your postal card reqactt will brlnor by return malt our CALDWKLLS UOOx OP WONDRRIIand tree umpl t tbota who pave never tried thta wondwM naodf Do It now PEPSIN SYRUP CO MMtlMlIt IHInoU For Sale by S E WELCH Jr BEREA KY IHistorical Statements Continued from Pint Page whichIu was to promote is enlisted in all missionary efforts and alert to all true reforms We renew our adherence to the principle of total abstinence from intoxicating liquors and the use of tobacco We desire to avoid those secret societies which seem to offer a substitute for religion to shield wrongdoers and to limit to a chosen few that benevolence which should i bo extended to all mankind And wo wish to prepare our students to I take an intelligent interest in all the newer social problems of our times 4 Deprecating the divisions and oppositions among Christian believ ers which are inconsistent with spiritual unity and a great practical hindrance to the Kingdom of God and desiring to emphasize the truths UJXMJ which Christians agree and to subordinate tho matters upon which they differ wo desire that Boron College shall cooperate in goof works with all Christians while controlled by no denomination- It was because Boron College pledged these things to the Lord that He has blessed it and it is for this strenuous campaign for the Kingdom of Righteousness that Berea College stands today equipped as well as it is with its growing Influence and its increasing number of supporters Dedication Sermon Il7 llrnrjr Churrliltl lringIS1 rrckldmt nr Obcrlln College President King at much personal sacrifice came to Bores on short no tice to preach the Dedication Sermon as soon as it was learned that Bishop McDowell would be detained by tho sudden death of his only brother in Colorado Bishop McDowell follow ed his telegram with a letter ofre gret and expressed the hope that he should yet find an opportunity to visit and preach in Berea A Faculty reception for President King was held at the Presidents house on Saturday night and he there delivered an important address which was practically a confirmation of the teachings of Jesus Christ from modern psychology His sermon Sunday morning was characterized by profound thought broad scholarship and simple faith the outline being as follows Subject The Supreme Claims of the Christian Life upon Thoughtful Men He spoke of the college chapel as the most important building in any institution which is to train the youth The Christian religion holds a central place first because it is the part of prudence to consider the groat questions of mans duty and destiny To live oa though we were the creatures of a day na though we were akin only to the brutes would be supremest folly Secondly because the Christian religion is the only scheme of life which is complete taking in mans immortality and his entire nature as made in the image of God Any life which is not a Christian lifo is dwarfed one sidod and incomplete Thirdly thoughtful men should devote themselves to the spirit of the Christian religion because the Chris tian church is the only lasting organization of comprehensive aims and large attainments working for the betterment of the world Fourth The Christian religion is one of intense convictions No man can attain largest happiness or usefulness unless hoboliovefl the truth with fervor and with all his heart We believe in toleration but there can be no toleration unless there is strong belief It is not toleration if I am indifferent as to what the truth is or what my neighbor believes but if I am really in earnest in my own beliefs and then allow ethers to have their beliefs I am truly tolerant The world is made better by people groatImen and women of conviction Again thoughtful men should givo themselves heartily to the religion of onlyIreligionmakes Christ Master puts the individual heart where it belongs as a child of tho Heavenly Father It thus overcomes tho world ijs scorn its buddings and its despairs Again the Christian religion has a mpremo claim upon thoughtful men because it sets men right in all their relations He who is a good Christian is a good citizen a good father a good husband a good neighbor a good kinsman a good workman a good student i And finally tho Christian religion has a supremo claim upon all who IWrithat we find law expressed in conduct and character Our souls need a leader a friend one who can be the Captain of our salvation one whom we may follow with entire trust and loyalty GETSQUAREi WITH YOUR COLD 1 f Our Laxative Cold tablets knock colds and grippe silly Take them at night fed better next morning- It is a good thing to havea t bottle of reliable coughsyrup on hand to use when first need a stitch in time etc The Porter Drug Co INOOBPOBATID t Furniture is a Necessity KYou must have it to make your home look and feel comfortable for the winter There is no better i time to buy than now and we have the things you need Kitchen Din ingroom and Parlor Furniture Bed room Suites Desks Carpets Window unShades Pictures eteWLOUIS 0 LESTERNext to the Mill Chestnut Ave r Phone 93 f =The Little Four= II American Fence 4 ft high 2cents per Rod 500 Locust Posts 15 cents each Peerless Washing Machine 275 Building Paper 40 cents per Roll I A P SETTLE Jr oooooooooooooooooooooeoo oeo- O o i I i Read This I 9 Io 1 Go to Friends for Advice a- o O iTo Women for Pity a OharityO I 0 a g To Relatives for Nothing g ITo US for Low Prices and Sonnet I Valuei J a jO f I The New Cash Store o RIIODUS GREEN a CO PROPRIETORS a o I aLoaoaoe i I NEWS NOTES OF GENERAL INTEREST Intelligence Collected and Given to Our Readers in a Con densed Form DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN ITEMS A Summary of Prominent Events Tha Have TaKen place During the Put Few DayThe Movement of Government Official f New From Congress uenator Drackett of Saratoga in induced a rotoluUon In tho Now Yorl legislature demanding of Chauncey M D pew his resignation as United H1 Ataa senator from that state lAter bR resolution was withdrawn- in tho senate on the 4th n 31 I ftFottette waft sworn in as senate fiora Wisconsin Tho fact that Mi laKollotto was oacortod Into tho set liP a chamber and to the vivo pros dpnta desk by Mr Spooner betweoi whom and Mr LaFolletto there blls U SMI In recent years a difference ot inaton U to party and public pal If amounting to personal antagor am caused a sensation The cans of the Filipino was advooatod on ho near of tho house by the nil ministration leader Mr Payne for Uflnrs lit presented the views or ho majority of the ways and mean onmUtee on the Philippine tariff bill reducing the duties on sugar and to l acoo to Si per cent of the Dingle rutff rates and admltUng other pro lycu of the slanda to the Unttei tHat lfree of duty- RoprosentUvo McCall introduced n rwolotlon providing for an annua appropriation of 15000 to bo used by the proaldent for traveling expenses Champ Clark Democracy was ei pounded to tho delight and entertain ment of the MUle for three hours un he Cth by Mr hark Mo and oon dtuted tko feature of the debate on- t taR PWHpplne tariff bill Mr Clark speech took II wide range and be la shelled his poXUeat belief an abovi rr answer to a question as to what fc lid of a democrat he really WA- if Miscellaneous New Item John A MeOall resigned the prod ixocy of the New York Ute Iasur o A On and Alexander R Orr was annotated In hU plate fct the salary o- sogoq ayar Mh MeCails salary war W WO The board of trustee also cut down Uitf number of econi vir p pfMtdMts so that hereafter theji All ill be two of theee officer Instead of A- Ir Vat announced tBat tAo ptea of be officers ot the Western Life IB Trinity Co of Chicago to transfei if policy bolder of that company to tw Security Life sad Annuity Co at PtansylvaBia has been abaadoned- A opedal trend jury returned Indlet meats oterglng murder against con v eta Ryab Vaughn and Raymond he mss are the survivors of the at empted escape from the Mtfcsguri pen entiary when Guard Clay and All sew wore Idlled Official of the Houtesmlths ant lirtdgpfMn union announced that at loft wltl bo made to extend the mrike of the structural Iron worker to all big GlUM throughout the couu wry On scooiint of recent bi avy rains a Undilldo occurred on the South I Western railroad In proccs of con t ruction near Pine Ridge N C kill- n throe men and fatally Injuring twc 01 hors A fight occurred In Peking between ierrcan and Japanese soldiers whlct resulted in the serious injury of about i aoqre The trouble was the mull of a drunken brawl and a general flghi rollo ed- Secretary Donaparte has decided tc tend the oeremonlc at Charleston S C IncMont to U e presentation bj ho rosldcnu of that city of a illvei crvlco to the neiy armored cruller tbarlentoa Three Chinese Implicated In the as aslBatlon of American miss bnariem at Llonchon wore executed in the prcunisea of the Joint commission OT December 7 and many others wen punished President Loubet received In a moss cordial rnanner Hurry St Georgi Tuakor president of the Jamestown Ya oxposltlon The president express d the greatest Interest In the enter prise A tornado struck the schoolhouse at baste float near Troy Ala and two toys wero killed by falling timbers hlt Schoolhouse was demolished am mono of the occupants escaped with Hi Injury Tho senate In executive session confirmed tho following nominations William R W nook pension agent ai Oolumbua 0 Frank Dllllngham Cat ifornla consul general at Coburg Ger iranyV Mrs CarlO Alralwrg 1517 Aldlm avenue Iakcvlew nod J E Mollar a traveling salesman long a friend el ho Almbcrg family were found dear in an alloy In Chicago CarlO Atm berg was arrested Mrs Thomas Gorton ot Flint town ship end Mrs Bert Ailed of Mundj township wore killed In n grade crossing accident two miles south of Flint Mich by a Pero Maratiwtto passenger train All of the 200000 appropriated by Mic state fur tho Jamestown Va ex posltiin haM bperj turned over to the xpf3fiin company broken out at Puerto I1tefotuUonba Gen Ilodrlgue into town and tben retired Not less than 25 wero killed and many wore wounded Gen Coli poser hiding tbo fort still fighting Gen TX motrlo Rodriguez was killed In a battle with tho Caceres troops at Porto Plata Santo Domingo Tho Morales force was defeated with loss on both sides Cable advices received at the stat department from San Domingo at flounce that tho revoluUon is practU ally at an ond Tho troops ore dls porslng to their homes and the cow try Is again becoming quiet Five generals Were killed In tho fighting at Porto Plata Charles A Edwards of New York formorly president of the Passat Chemical Co of New Jersey and mar recently nn officer of the Goners Chemical Co with an ofilce in New York city was mysteriously given a death wound tram a pistol ball hUe lying In bed tho guest of his broth or Inlaw Charles A Hlller New Haven CtTimothy L Woodruff was elected president of the Provident Savins Life Assurance society succeeding Ed ward W Scott who resigned after having served nine years as presldon Preliminary arrangements woro made for tho celebration In Philade phla of the 200th anniversary of or ganlzad Presbyterianism In Amorici The anniversary will tall on April 24 The President and Mrs Rooscvo announced that tho wedding of Miss Alice Roosevelt to Ropreaentativ Nicholas Longworth of Cincinnati will occur February 17 at 12 ocloc noon In the east room of the whit boaso A verdlot for 15280333 against Edward L HanH r once vice pre Idot of the Fidelity National bank of Cli clnnntl was affinnod by Judge Cox ID the United Statue clroult court New YorkOrders were received from the war department sending Maj E F Tat rut to the Philippines In March with two companies ot the Eighth reg mootReports of bow tho dead are mut lated to terrify the living in Rusul were brought to Now York by Rut Nan refugees 700 ot whom arrive there Ones Oman told of having seen a young married woman kill her child sooner than let the Cossack murder the Infant In tho town or Nova Mosoov five drunken soldier marched through the streets carryln arras a dead baby with a bayonet run through Its body being displayed at tine sad ot each gun The express companies have decide to Join with the railroad in rerultnc to issue passes fqr the carrying of bus net free ot charge Three regiments ot the Manila gar risen are under arms acting undo orders to beprtpared In case of omei Renpy ILl a retiilt of the prortnl cot alUen In fibliiaapd It Ulixpetled the well be ordered there Immediately Failures In the United State for the week ending January 4 190 number 220 against ill the week pro vlous STB In tho like week ot 1901 an 268 in 19Qt- AH appeal to save Mrs Antoinette Tolla 61 Haekensack N J from beIng banged on January 12 was sent to President Hoowvolt by the Susan It Anthony club of Cincinnati 0 Mn Tolls shot an Italian who she said attempted to attack her In her own homeIThomas Radcliffe 70 organist com poser and one of the founders of the American Guild of Organizers died In Suit Lake City Prof Radclltfe wa Utah state organist at tho Worldi- ColumblanexpOsltion A fire which started in the rear 01 the three story brIck building of tbe Columbus Buggy Co Kansas Citj destroyed that building and the adjoin lug building occupied by the Kimball Piano Co and the HetUnger Drop Manufacturing Co and badly damag fog the National Bank ot Commerce building The Kansas supreme court decided that the law passed by the last legit lature providing for separate hlgl schools for the whites and negroes at Kansas City Kan is valid The de- cJllon paves the way for the legists lure to pats an act separating the whites from tho negroes In all the schools ot the state Philadelphia and Erie railroad trap No 4 running 40 miles an hour col llded with a light engine at Horn Siding near Cony Pa In a blizzard and three trainmen were killed am 21 persons Injured Harry Welch and Frank Lambert who wero Indicted jointly with Row George J Ware on a charge of eon splracy to defraud the government 01 public lands pleaded guilty Jointly al Omaha It Is understood that the twi will be used by tho government as wit nesses against Ware whoso agent they are sold to have been Leonard D Imboden James A Hill convicted of conlplrao to wrecl the Denver Col Savings bank am divert Its funds to their use wor sentenced to be confined In the stat prison from nine to ten years at ban laborJohn Peabody who lives just ore the Orange mountains at Montclali N J was arrested by secret servjc officers from Washington on a cbarg of annoying President Roosevelt President Wilbur F Carrier of Car roll college Wokesha Who announce the acceptance of 100000 frpmBalpl Voorhecs of Clinton N J fo be uses coll0giIRobert arrived at Slou Falls SD and had a prolonged con feronce with his wife It Is announces that his efforts to effect a rcconallla lion with her had resulted ulsuccc4s tally Twentyone miners were killed In an explosion of mine gas In tho shat of tho Cooper Mine Co At Coaldale W Va Only one body has been reo covered Immediately following the explosion which was heard for sov oral miles rescue parties sot to work to explore the wrecked shaft Mining operations wero practIcally suspended In tho Elkhorn valley West Virginia on account of the Coaldal coal mine disaster in which 23 minor lost their lives All tho bodies wer recovered tram tho mine Oscar T Slerkle secretary of tha Broom Manufacturers association of the United States and Canada issue a call for a meeting in Chicago Janu ary 10 A ralso In the price of broom is contemplated Society people have only Just begun to recover from the list of now poor and baroneta which followed the rcslg nation of Premier Arthur Balfour and are now discussing additional probo bllltles U Is whispered in court circles that William Waldorf Astor will surely bo made a peer with tho UUo of Lord Cliveden The formation ot a syndicate to supply the English provincial newspaper with news from London by wireles telegraphy la being considered C D Drashear a farmer from Union Rock Ky la under arrest at Mem phis Tenn on a charge of attempt ing to pass a forged draft George M Tldwoll and P 11 Kelly a magistrate appear as tho prosecutors The great hospital prowled for In tho will of the lato Charles W Yorkcs the traction promoter who died in New York will be built at once It will be located In tho borough of tho Bronx Tho endowment fund it lo now eat mated will amount to from 700000 to 8000000 President Garcia declared tho repub Ho of Ecuador to be In a state of war Cot Larrea secretary of war has been appointed commandant of the cents army Tho revolutionary tomes undo Col Teran hold Tunguraua and Chlm boraz provinces Gen Leonldas Plaza Ecuadorian minister to the United States has been called to assum command as chief of the army Midshipman Stephen Decatur jr the first of tho members of the first class to be put on trial was declare acquitted and restored to duty but was rearrested shortly after and will be tried under other charges of haz- Ing under the act of 1874 and of en oouraglng or countenancing hazing According to official information re celved in London from Berlin Gar many not only demands that all the powers shall participate in tbe execu tlon of reforms in Morocco but that the work of watching the frontle shall be divided among them Bob Fltzilramons and his wife hav made up They will go on the stag together i The boarding house conducted bl Brsklno Reed St Louis caught fire trots the tumaecand three Women boarders perished a fourth breaking a leg In jumping from an upppor win dow Revengeful at being placed in Iron by the captain of the Norwegian shl Regent lying at Sspolo Ga severs members ot the crew after being lib erated scuttled tho craft by boring boles in the bottom John M Gloden postmaster of North Madison Ind for eight years is dead Tho deaths in Newport Ky during the year 1905 exceeded those of births Health Officer Keam In his annual report shows there have been 427 birth during the year and 646 deaths Ollie Claywclls 14 years old Btabbet Carl Owens aged 13 and is In Jail at Dallas Tex charged with murder The boys were employed in the Texa Pacific gvneral offices The residence at Laburnum thi I splendid country seat near Richmond Va of Joseph Bryant proprietor at the Richmond TimesDispatch and A director In the Dutiable Life Aasur anco society of New York was destroy by fire Loss 100000 Celebration of the Russian Christ mas by miners of that nationality at the Meadowlands coal works tout miles from Washington Pa caused race riot between Russians and Ital lane In which ono raauff skull Was fractured a woman with a baby In her arms was knocked down with a bricl and others received serious Injuries Trado between the United States and Germany whoso commercial rela I Uons are now the subject of negoUa lions between tho twu governments I aggregated In the fiscal year 1905 ova 300000000 Twentythree delegates represent Ing 2300 machinists of district No 26 which takes In all the counties be tween Oneonta N Y and Tamaqua Pa on one aide and Elmira N Y and aston Pa on tho other not In Scranton Pa and decided to demand a ninehour day- Glacoblnls comet is again vtslblt and Is being closely observed and pho tographed by the astronomers of Mt Hamilton CaL At that point it is via ible to tho naked eye Tho first snow of the winter set Jt In St Louis rendering the street cal rails slippery and causing two accl dents in which one man was kllloc and seven other persons hurt Gov Hlggins received a petition foi tho exercise of executive clemency It the case of Albert T Patrick the New York lawyer confined in the Sing Slot prison under sentence to die in thE week beginning January 22 for thi murder of the aged millionaire Wm I Marsh RiCo- Three mon wore badly injured in I head ond collision near Wood Station 111 on tho Burlington road One 01 tho engine boilers and a carload oj powder exploded- A resolution was adopted by thE Mississippi senate ordering tho Inves Hgntton of the alleged lumber trust d b uuwl WARSHIPS COLLiDE Starboard Side of the Kentucky Badly Damaged Vessel Struck a Glancing Blow By the Alabama as They Were Put ting To Sea in the New York Harbor New York Jan 8While tho bat tloshlp squadron under command ol Rr Adra Robley D Evans was pro- ceedIng to sea tho battleships Kear serge and Kentucky ran aground In tho lower harbor off the west bank light Tho Alabama and Illinois wen following next In line and before they could alter their course the Alabama collided with the Ientucky striking hero glancing blow The Illinois just got clear of tho tangle and proceeded down the bay anchoring outside tin bar with fhc flagship Maine The Alabama remained by to render assist ance to tho Kentucky and Kearsargc and wireless messages were sent to the Brooklyn navy yard for tugs flAt 245 oclock tho Kearsarge and Kentucky both were floated and start ed Jor sea accompanied by the Ala bama The Kentucky however was ordered back and returned to Tomp kinsvllle where sho anchored A wireless message was received at tho Brooklyn navy yard from the Ken tucky stating that the starboard sldo of the vessel abovo tho water line had ben quite badly damaged In the col ilslon with tho Alabama It also wai stated that tho Kentucky will cons up to the navy yard for repairs Tho squadron of battleships was bound for Hampton Roads whero tin qveral divisions of the North Atlan tie fleet now in home waters are to bo assembled under Rr Adm Evans prep oratory to sailing for West Indian and South American waters for the annua winter maneuvers The battleship had gathered In New York harbor aft cr undergoing extensive repairs some ajt the Boston and some at the Brooklyn navy yard THE MOROCCO TROUBLE r Public Sentiment In Paris Over Con I ference Undergoes Improvement v Paris Jan SPubllc uneasiness fiver the Moroccan conference has un dprgone a distinct Improvement This Iii due meanly to the confident attitude of the officials of tho foreign otfici who consider the election by the Ital Ipn government of Marquis Yiocont Vanosta to bead its delegation as strengthening the position of Franco ItIs evident that the officials bold the view that If France can secure the support of the groat powers havlni tangible control in the Mediterranean andHrc Morocco it will bedlfflcult for Germany to stand against the fore of this moral Influence Therefore Italys choice of the Marquis Vlscont VBnoata who was one of the earllos fadvocates of tho FrancoItaly entente strengthens the governments expects Won of the united support of the toad lag Mediterranean powers SHOCKSIPortions of Missouri Kansas and Ne f braska Were Shaken Lincoln Neb Jan 8 Sunday or ening residents of Lincoln felt an wirihquake shock that was oven Rough in several instances to shake globes from the fastenings on charade filers No damage is reported to build hg3 Kansas City Mo Jan SA sllgh earthquake shock was felt in this city Sunday evening No damage was fonc but the movement which ap geared to be from north to south last jed about 23 seconds and was strong enough to shake chandeliers and rat tie dishes The ahQck was felt most rflstlncUy In trio residence districts In 20 northeastern eastern and sbuthen portions of the dtyR- USSIAN CHRISTMAS Prayers Were Said For the Preslden and the Emperor of Rnttla New York Jan ST1Je Russia Christmas day was celebrated dun day at St Nicholas cathedral In t16ls city when a solemn pontifical high mass was sung Nearly 2000 person attended tho morning services Arch bishop Tikeron Tlkhon officiated as slated by several priests some ol whom came from New York state New England and several of the eastern and southernltates Prayers were saId for tho president ot the Unltei States and the emperor and royal tam ill of Russia Morales Offers To Resign Washington Jan STho state department has received news from San- to Domingo that oxPresident Morale has offered to resign If h6 will be allowed to leave the country in safety This proposition It is understood will tie acceptable to the de facto government i A Double Suicide Charlotte N C Jan SW Ii Hood 35 merchant of Raleigh oudi woman 22 committed suicide in s rented room at Raleigh Hood leaves a wife and two children1 He loft au insurance policy for his wife and t ring and a locket for his children Quiet In Santo Domingo Washington Jan 8A dispatch to the navy departmont recolved tron tho senior commanding officer In Do ralnlqtr waters with station ou th northern coast of trio Island of Sant Domingo reports thtt all la quiet I ono tiSI STATE ODDS AND ENDS f- THE KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE Doings of the Legislators In Session at the Stab Capital Frankfort Jan 3BenateThe senators assembled at noon and organ izod by electing tho democratic caucus nominees Tho following bills were Introduced To appropriate 15 000 to restore the Henry Clay monu mont at Lexington to exempt score or fraternal societies lodges or coun ells that are under a grand or suprem body from the provision of Section 664 Kentucky statutes In reference to Insurance to require an annual ac counting of the surplus of life insur ance companies regulating the Investments of life Insurance companies re quire them to invest part of the reserve fund In Kentucky properties House Tbe house was declared or ganlzed and ready for business and R W Miller J T Wilson and HM Cox appointed to so notify the governor Tho rules of the last house were adopt ed till the new committee makes Its report Notices of several contests tor seats wore read by the clerk Jus before adjournment In both house Coy Beckhama message was read Frankfort Jan 4SonatoJIhe following bills were Introduced Wednesday To create a state board of char ties to prohibit lunch stands on pub 110 roads to prohibit operation of merrygorounds shooting gallerle and other like things on or near public roads unless Inclosed by high board fence fixing a penalty for sell lag or procuring state examination questions for school teachers to pro hlblt ball playing on Sunday to pro hlblt circuit and appellate Judge from taking active part In politics House Measures adopted Resolu tlon authorizing the speaker to at point a bill clerk three messenger and a speakers page all with thi pay of wages The resolution to hav 160 copies of the Kentucky State Journal furnished the legislature each day resolution Inviting tho white minister of Frankfort to open the house each day with prayer resolution that thO old desks In the house bo Tecoverei with canvas and otherwise repaired Frankfort Jan 6SenateAS ne thor Lieut Gov Thorno nor Spoake Lawrence could promise to complet their committees for several days tlte legislature adjourned over till Monday by adopting a concurrent resort don Bills Introduced To Increas tie annual appropriation for the Kentucky Institution for education of the blind from 10000 to 16000 to prohibit the manufacture or sale ei change or barter of cigarettes In thIs state to empower railroad companle to designate persons to act as railroad policemen and providing for their appointment by the governor The Spence resolution ordering 50 cople of the State Journal furnished to tM senate each day was adopted Th Hickman resolution expressing sorrow on the death of exSenators John D Harris of Madison Robert S TrIp lett of Day less Thomas S Kirk 01 Johnson and J W Gilbert of Calk way was adopted by a rising Voter House Representative McKnlgl offered a resolution not to allow attorneys fees to contestants excer when It Is shown the contests hay real merit Adopted RepresentativE Redwine ottered a resolution provldln that the two contests bo tried by the committee selected to hear tho tncontest and that the services of tM second committee be dispensed with Adopted Representative Zeb Stewart Introduced a resolution provldln that where a member was drawn te serve on more than ono contest con rolttee ho may be withdrawn from all but one committee It was declare out of order KISSED HUSBAND GOODBYE Mrs Pollard Killed Son and At tempted Suicide Louisville KyJan 5AftM kiss- Ing her husband goodbye Mrs SaUtE Blancagnlel Pollard shot and fatal wounded her threerear01dsona c then attempted suicide by shootln herself in the head in the apartment of her brother Dr W N Blancignjta I felt that I was losing my mind did not wish to become a burden or any one else and I could not bear Uti thought of leaving my child to others Mrs Pollard gave this reason for hp deed The child died at an infirmary The mother is not expected to live The Blancagolel family of which Ins Pollard Is a member Is one of th most prominent In Louisville Telephone War On Louisville Ky Jan SJudg Wa ter Evans In the federal court too under submission a motion made bJ the East Tennessee Telephone Co fo a temporary restraining order to pn vent tho city of Paducah from molest ing It In tho work ot erecting pole and wires on the streets ot the city After the Insurance Men Mt Sterling Ky Jan GState in- suranceI Commlssldher Prewltt wit leave for Milwaukee to take depos Lions In the case of the commonwealt against the Northwestern Mutual Lit Assurance Co to collect back taxes It the state is successful In this sui others will bo brought A Skeleton Found Burkcsvllle Ky Jan 8News ha reached here of the finding of a human skeleton on the farm of Coo Drown near KuUle this county Fragment of clothing Indlcatod that It was tha of a man and that it had probabl been there for several years St John Boyle Dead Louisville Ky Jan 8St Job Boyle one of the most prainlnen members of tho Ioulsvlllo bar and fo a number of years high up In rtpirt llcuti party councils died at Front Lick Springs Sunday afternoon f 4Z04Z04f2 rzuz t INSURANCE COMMITTEE President Thorne of the Senate Announced Its Personnel Frankfort Ky Jan 8 President Thorne at tho state senate announc ed the standing committees of the body for tho present term The ono committee in which there Is general Interest Is that to consider Insurance laws and amendments proposed Its members are Den Johnson of Nelson county M S MoNutt of Louis villa W W Tabb of Hardln county E K Renaker of Harrison R I Hub ble of Garrard county Conn Linn ot Calloway county and Brent Spence of Campbell county All are democrats J C Ryland of Boone county democrat will head the house of rep resentatlves committee on Insurance which la to be named by Speaker Lawrence Of tho senate committees three are lawyers two farmers one a stock trader and one saloonkeeper BAST WAS UNMOVED The Jury Sentenced Him To the Pen Itentlary For Life Lawrenceburg Ky Jan SAtter being out less than four hours the jury In the case against James past for tho willful murder of James It York who was killed at his homo near hero five months ago filed into court and returned the following verdict We tho jury find the defendant guilty as charged In the indictment and fix his punishment at confinement In the pen itentiary for life Bast was unmoved by the words of the clerk when he read the verdict and maintains the same stolid Indifference that he has manifested throughout the trial Coun sel for the defense will file a motion and grounds for a new trial It this is overruled they will tako the case to the court of appeals IN A GENERAL FIGHT Two Men Were Killed and a Woman Seriously Wounded ML Vernon Ky Jan 6The reoprt reached here that In a general fight between the Nortens and Arnolds near Sand Springs tour miles south of here big Jim Arnold and hIs son were killed Instantly and Mrs Arnold was shot through both arms The parties were related by marriage and had been In town attending court ther being a suit pending to get control ot- a grandchild of Arnold whose daugh ter had married a Norton Trouble was anticipated before the parties left town There were some 40 or 60 shots ttoIN SIGHT OF HIS PRISONERS 1 Pistol Fell From His Scabbard Kill ing the Marshal Scottsville Ky Jan GWhile working the prisoners on the culvert on Main street Marshal H T Itlrb1Istooped over for some purpose his pistol slipped from its scabbard striking a large stone covering theIculvert and was discharged taking cffect immediately over the heart KIr- by was reelected as city marshal at the recent election which would hay been ten years had he served his tarnstout WALTON SWEPT BY FIREI The Odd Fellows Temple and Othw Buildings Were B strayed Walton Iy Jan SThe Odd Feb low jteiople Jones grocery lid Tom UshtWjpBco were destroyed by Ire- of I iwkuown origin The Ire started ibo jtT oclock and shortly after telephone wires worn destroyed tkeIthe jlaze The Odd Fellows washo the main treeLt was largo twg andat half story building elleitimated to be worth 7000 to 1 10000 Providence Not Lou I 1111 lie Ky Jan 5 ProvldeacI is not responsible when lightning runs lownA telephone wire and sets fire to I a house according to a decision hand ed down by Judge Gordon in the rue of Hattie Walton and Thomas Knox against the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Co Woman Sentenced For Life Lexington Ky Jan 6The possi bilities ot a woman being sentenced to death were avoided here when on mo tlon of the commonwealths attorney Sarah Wilson pleaded guilty to tho murder of Carrie Taylor several weekstago and the jury gave her a life term Killed His Little Brother Mt Sterling Ky Jan 8At Lee City Wolfe county the elght year old ran of Deputy Sheriff R A Dunn care I lessly handled a 22callber rifle tha weapon was discharged and tho bullet pierced the head of his s1x year old brother killing him Instantly The First Auto Line Glasgow Ky Jan SThe first au tomobile lino In Kentucky was started between Columbia Adair county and Campbollsvillc a distance of 20 miles There will be two trips a day In dition to the mall and express It ballIa capacity for 18 passenger 1 Death of James Newport Ky Jan ReedIReed 00 and for 41tea of Newport tiled a s enie In this city after a H4jjtfnjjHltnedB The r deceased at 1 4e prominent In public lila h 4rrs tir1 dJ DEREA PREACHERS Hy Trea T J Oiborne Berea began with preaching in the old Glade church a little distance to lite north and east of where we wor ship today John G Fee was the first ns he was the most continuous of our prophets We must thinkof him as a young man coming to a strange country at the invitation of Gen Cassius Clay preaching to a few families first under the Glade Oak and then by the kind invitation of people who regarded him as a poor fanatic yet admired his cour age and strong personality coming into the Glado Church house and there organizing the Church of Christ at Berea His fame rests upon his bravo stand for the rights of man his difficult call to preach thu gospel of impartial love in his native state But to him antislav ery was only a part of the ono great gospel of universal and Divine love The very day on which his compan ion Robert Jones was flogged and ho himself so narrowly escaped violence at the hands ot the mob he preached in a private house and the householder and his wife were con verted to Christ Brother Fee as he liked to be calledwas a man of intense convictions Itevt E Thomson andmagnificent courage as was evi denced by his unwillingness to can eel an appointment to preach al bydesperateed his path A profound conviction that he was right and was doing just the work that God wanted done was sufficient warrant for him We love best to think of him while yet in full strength he preached the great doc trines of universal brotherhoodand church union glorying in the fact that there was here a New Testa ment Church like unto thoso men tioned in Revelation open to all who are born of the spirit and bearing the1 name of the place The Church zofChrist nt Borea Other preachers in the early days were associated with Brother Fee vigorousChristian Candee a student though not a graduate of Oberlin was a man of unflagging courage and deep philo sophic mind though he could not be called a stirring or hortatory preacher Elder Hawley father of Gov Hawley of Connecticut seems never p Rev H M JVnnlmnn to have lived long in Berea but ais was a commanding figure where hei toiled in this region Ho had been driven out of North Carolina for his antislaverysentiments Elisha Harrison a few years before his death spoke of Elder Hawleyn preaching as he remembered it and especially of his having distinctly predicted the Civil War BO that when the war came on the people remembered the prophesy and honored tho preacher The coming of Dr Rogers was an epoch event in the history of Berea Became also ns a young man and nobly bore the yoke with Brother Foe when the burdens and difficulties were hard to bear Dr Rogers scholarly mind and sympathetic loving nature was an inspiration to students and citizens alike He and Brother Fee supplemented each other well andenabled the Church to It speak in two places at once so that when one preached in Berea the 1other preached at Kerby Knob or x Irvine or Boones Gap How blessed Of are we that our dear Brother Rogers Y it with us today and that he is pelt pitted to see the time that so long tago he saw by faith was an anxious time in Bereaa 4s fF 41I i1i 0p when Brother Fee in his declining years withdrew from the churchof his planting A call was extended to Rev Geo McCollum who ministered to the church for two years Then came the temporary ministrations of Rev M K Pusco Pof Penniman Rev Verity and Rev Lodwickwhich were successful in holding the Church together and keeping its work in motion mother Paddock Brother Paddock in his brief pastorate founded tho Branch Sunday School and instituted the Childrens Sermon two features which have added substantially to the strength of tho Church Dr Burgess brought a loving spirit and a faithful pastoralminis tration which was appreciatedand will long be cherished in memory The circumstances of Brother Thomsons coming are still fresh in our minds We had providential quaintance with him through his evangelistic labors here and he came at once into Imposition as a settled part of Berea The Church has been wonderfully blessed in times past by the able and devotedservices of members of the College faculty First among these should be mentioned President Henry Fairchild His preaching was a rare combination of philosophic depth and personal interest in his hearers Benevolence beamed from his countenance Born in a frontier cabin and familiar with humble circum Ilrother Hunting stances be was well fitted to be a guide and a help to the poor His preaching fell in the troublous times of reconstruction and he dis cussed public questions with dispas sionate care for the rights and wel fare of man- Brother Hunting for a long time Associate pastor of the church left the stamp of his own personality on manya life that was led into the kingdom by his gentle gracious in fluence Prof Wright Prof T dt- Prof P D Dodge and Rev H M Jones were welcome preachers in the pulpit of the Union Church and their strong helpfulsermons still workas leaven to bless community Antedating any of these just men honed is our own Prof Dodge who w still with us the service so long and faithfully rendered- In later years the spiritual life of the Church has been greatly reen forted by occasional sermons from Pres Frost and no preacher is more welcome or receives a more attentive tearing than he = A word should be saidregarding ho Evangelists whose ministrations have blessed the community and the College from time to time I have heard of the protractedmeetings conducted by Barnes the mountain evangelist and by Rev Mr Bullock Irofl nr Todd andof a largo ingathering under the preachingof Brother Myers and in my own we have had Rev E Payson Hammond Rev Benjamin Helm our brother Thomson who is with us Rev Buswell Rev Pope and Rev aunt whose efforts under God y r Mt 4i W have brought salvation to thousands of souls We may well be thankful for the glorious past and hopefully antici pate tho more glorious future AN AMENDED PRAYER Addrewof Father Rogers I thoroughly believe in the Scriptures and while not entirely depre eating the principles of higher criti cism have never felt like changing a word but three times iu my life that famous passage of Simon has been profoundly impressed upon me and I wish to change his words in an application to myself Tho first oc casion was in 1600 For years I had not only been the Principal of the young and growing College but in addition Treasurer Librarian Associate Pastor Missionary in tho region and helper iu raising the funds of the College and was very much worn out and thought it was time some one else should bo placed at the headof the school some one who would be wiser and abler inlVofY- way to take the place which d held My attention was called to the Rev E H Fairchild then Principal of the Preparatory department of Oberlin after much effort I with others secured his elqc tion to the presidency and at that time my prayer was Lord now lot fry servant not depart in peace but let thyservant live a longer When after his death tho College was in many respects halting in its growth in connection with others I had my attention turned to Dr Frost then Professor of Greek at Oberlfn College and various efforts were made to socur him When at first we did not succeed I remember pray- Ing for wisdom to write him a letter he was then in Germany which would lead to his acceptance of tho office of President He has since told me that that letter in which I said that for him to come and do the work that would be to him as President of Berea College was a far nobler and greater work than it would Dorlor be to bo the most distinguished Greek scholar in the world had very con siderable weight with him iu accept ing the office I have been grateful to God and more and more grateful as tho years go by that ho ac ceptednndhas held this position with such great success Then I said again Lord now let thy servant not depart in peacebut live a little longerToday here at the dedication of this Chapel for which I have longed end prayed for many long years and which is to me in part a pledge of a Christian life and a greater developmerlfin every direction again J say Now let thou thy servant not depart in peacebut live a little longer to seo the blessed work which Thou art carrying on here through thy servants- I rejoice that God moved the heart of the donor to give this building so beautiful so perfect in all its architectural lioN and 10 admirably I tj J SIf 1 1 1 adapted for the purposes ot a college I feel that it Is a pledge of Gods care for us and that His Spirit will move with greater power upon all the Faculty the workers and all who have its interests at heart to go ou to u still greater work mydearmultitude of young people I remtlm her that the most glorious temple of God is not one made with hands but is the person in whom Ho dwells nail I pray that He will make all of you such temples to His glory ROLL OF HONOR fttuilent Workmen on the Yew Chapel Geo Adams John Anderson Arthur Baxter W Black Eli Brashcar E J Burtt- J H Browning- H L Browning J C Browning Hampton Boggs Ellerd Brink Robt Coyle D B Chandler Joe Coyle Andrew Combs Eddie Coddington Robt Catron John Creager J Cotten gin O M Carnaban J K Caldwell- E S Creech Gilbert Combs Sidney Combs Martin Devaney Will Duncan Willie Dooley Wm Diggs Jas Early FellmyJ Jesse Hylton Roy Hoffman Jas Hensley C Hunt Jesse Huff tinner M H Hounchel JIIIW LHenry Holland Joe HornsbytChas Jenkins Henry Lengfellner tinner John D Henry John Muncy Simon Muncy- E H Muncy- F G Muncy Henry Muncy W T Miracle Carlos Moore Frank Moore Fred McClish Ralph Osborne Albert Osborne Creed Oney B J Pendergrass Hiram PhillipsI Richard Pigg Wm Pearson- C L Phelps W B Ponder Chas Reese R B Roberts tinner f fLit Charles Price Grover Price Henry Smith Paul Smith Eugene Thomson Hiram Taylor Wm Tosh Lewis Wilson V D1Vheeldon- Geo White II Jlrathr r Student IlrlekUjen Chas Flanery i Harry McClure Gee Hoskins Wm Haley Guy Burdick Alex Creech Willard Lake Arch Brandenburg H Washbuin G C Weimar H E Bingham Edgar Wyatt Howard Clark Arthur Hunt Seward Marsh Noel Mitchell Will Griffin Arthur Flanery Robt Anderson P M Lovergar Jackson Henderson Mrs r John Former ItIIE Fowler James Matthew McCullolI Chas Ramsey Perry Rice Andrew Scudder Wm Walker- Bishop Ballard Ivo Carter Tarleton Corolla John Crawford Anderson Collins Robt Duncan John Davis Thos Daniels Thos asleytr Irvin Hayes J G Harrison h Isaac Joseph Johnson JohnsonJames Estmer Hudson Dan Hudson Everett Van WinkleI Mrs Roger Chas Clift Leon Lewis James Combs iert Gabbard W R Gabbard Jj 1 r t Jt t JI J H Gabbard Harry Hazlcwood W A Hill Thos Hazlewood James PawleyrC A Preston C C Preston DeceasedHWin Watkinu LewisIWm Davis Laborer Steve Barrett BallardtP J is Barrett DIyMonroe Rube Bronaugh John Banks ncry Bess Chas Burnham Hobt Clemmon B Cornelius thQII Duett Fred Duett Mid Freeman Ike Fish B F Goforth Thou Guinn Harrison Gadd Major Gadd Steve Huff HenryI 3uu flllbert 4 Wm Henry Oilie Henry C C Logsdon Wm Gabbert Ed Moran Jesse Monday Philip Million Robt MaupiniL M Chas Norville Thos Palmer Hiram Powell Tice Stamper Willis Tarpin Chas Turner tinner B V Williams Roy Walker Horace Yates Machine MenTfnoers F G Blazen J Chas M VeatchiBert Coddington llUckimlth Phil Ingram J E Dalton C itlumd an Third re- aeldYaJwiK1