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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a r tiel i gtOgBERo I1NC0161OIIATED ee0khttredUtlb ol Bmo ymNcond sosoeosososososososososososo VIII Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY 18 1007 f One Dollar a year No M II IDEAS Some of Ioiijjffllowd TlmugliU Look not mournfully into the post 4t comes not luck ugaln wisely Improve the present It Is iblne go forth to mlOt the shadowy future without tear and with a manly heart Tho talent ot success la more than doing whit you eta do well nnd doing well wJiulcvcT you do without a thought of faino atuet men would succeed In small things If they were not troubled with treat ambitions U what a glory doth this world put on for him who with a fervent heart goes forth Under the bright and glorious sky und tools On duties well performed and daji well spent What sofcui to us but dim funeral Uipers may bo distant Tampa FROM THE WIDE WORLD Tho withdrawal of the Russian und Japanese troops from Manchuria and the restoration of Manchuria to CWM was complotod April 16th as provide by the treaty of Portsmouth Doullla has surrendered the town Amapata on the IMolflc coast of lion dura according to a meauge from t the Asaftrtcaa Consul The towns fpl- Ia t said to nurk the end of too Cen teal America war Iuchcbtwgo and loss of lite thought to have resulted from a earthquake In Mexico Two town- are known to bo IB ruins and the fate of two Olivers Is In doubt with the probabilities that one at has leas also been destroyed It la foam the death rote will be Urge IN OUR OWN COUNTRY President Roosevelt gave tho Aria clpolspevchatthu unveiling In Artlng ton Cenietvry of o monument to tin memory of the dealt ot the Rough Uldcr regiment In the Slun1abAmnl- enn war The widow ot OipUiln Cap ron who fell at aawlittw designi1 tho stone The jury In tho Thaw case tailed to agree seven being for a verdict i murder In the first degree and flvi for an acquittal on the ground of In J atiliy Tluw now fjucca a long sum mar In prison as he will not be tried again until the October term of court and District Attorney Jerome hoe announced tlval he will oppose any np illodtlon for ball In a speech at Ointon OhV Stn ntor FoMker stated that It fa without precedent or at least without any save whet he considers a but one for the President of the United States to take a land In a tIght for the noml nation of his successor lie explain his attitude toward the president denying hortlUty and threw down the f Bjunllvtt to any bees big or little Ir or outside tho state of Ohio Presldcut Roosevelt had startled the country with an osssrtlon that Hurrl man Rockefeller and Hearst are plotting to control both mtlonal conven Hans In 1908 That a community of intervals political and financial JI leading on to the result that is In Malted ua the subject of a plot lie wen within belief Tho millionaire In tereuiB of the country are generally to Roosevelt and will do all they can U nominate a Republican tumUitiki of their own kind They are also genuinely opposed to Hearst but their opposition to limn would bt quite consistent with their enterinG Into plans to secure tho Democrat c nomination for him They would re Card Lila nomination as guaraateelni the electon of their own candidate aioprcsentatlvo Tuwney of Mlnae Bota thinks tho difficulties of bulldlnj tho PanMitt Canal have been ruin what exicgeratcd and predicts that at the present tote tho ditch will b completed In five years Tho total Immigration to the United States train all countries for the sh months ending with March last was 63D137 persons which Is an tecrear of 75821 over a like period In 1006 Tho total number of Immigrants from UjBsVa was 103364 being AnlncllUBC of 21631 over the correspMuHng per lad In 199- CCOMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY Tho arrest of Clay Thomaa In Owe ley county on A charge of murder nnd his adanlsclon that be shot and killed Jesse Atmer flair Beatty lllq severe 1 tbS ago developed the tact this another death Is to be charged to the llsirglsdocknlll feud rho than w rooted claims ho shot In sKdefenae Owenaboro is in the middle of the hottest political fight it hoe ever had the tesuo being the queaion ot open aitoons Both sides have money and each Is confident of winning The election will be held next Siturday Plans are oa foot in several of the raountala counties of Kentucky to the route and bonds will be Hued Ao cover the cOt Night riders alt masked left warn it N- z THE CITIZEfS4 t READY FOR THE TIDE Things are happening every day that no one would happen just then But some people looked aheadand said Some day a tide will come down our creek I will have my logs and ties ready and when it comes it willcarry down to market for me ItThey had the ties on the bank and the tide came and floated them down Their neighbors said Well the tide might not come If it does then well hurry up and get some lumber and tics ready and float them down to market IIBut when the tide came they werent ready and it was gone again before their logs were down at the creek Some farmers have been getting ready for their spring work all thru the winter They said We will have the fences repaired the wagon wheels greased the ploughs sharp and bright and the seed all sorted and readyand then when the first spell of good weather comes we can use every minute of it and get the crops started The others left the tools out in the snow and rain aud when the good weather came it took them a Week longer to get ready to put in the and then some bad weather came and they had to wait ten days more Which kind of people makes a success in life P Arc looking ahead getting ready for the tide and yearThaton how well you plan ahead and get ready for whats coming What are your children going to be when they grow uppoor ignorant and shiftless or well to do smart educated leaders in your neighborhood When your boy grows up will he be working somewhere for twenty dollars Congresseon you or years ahead What sort of a county do you want to live in after ten yearsone with the same bad roads the same bad whisky the same killings the same poor schools that many a has today Or would it be better to have all these things changed Its time now to plan for all these things Get ready for the tide Need in China Grows Greater The Smallpox and the famiuo fever add to tho horrors of the starvation iu China Dead bodies are being dug up and oaten The following account Is from n letter front Rov T F McCron Committeo hero In inti Suchioa Thoy had passed the first stage of suffering that of agonizing DlspeuinglllceatSouchoueScanfrom City Wall gnawing of an empty stomach and bad passed into the state of stupor that just precedes death He told them he had come to help thorn Tho people Midi Foreign teacher if you can feed us until harvest wo will thankfully receive your aid but if you can feed us for only a few days and then after nil must let us perish us alone It is bettor that we nud our children die now and have it over I ntlUleChristian cuunty directing them to Join tho Tohic Growers Association or setter the consequences Two of tho planters who were Visited com plied with the order at once The Old World and ItsWays Col Jennings Bryan nn nounces a now book of trove entitled Tho Old World and Its WUyewhich recounts his recent tour around tho world and his Journeys thm Europe U Is profusely and elegantly illus ilrattd with 240 artiatld engravings rep reseating men and Chinas Been1 in tho various countries of the earth during that noted Journey Tie engravings are made from phptDgRjphB taken by- blmorhlawrlyapeclitly for this publication Ill tho monumental literary work of his lite and It Is published under his speobl personal Bupcrvluloa lie has by special ooatiuot with his publishers made the retail prices low down with the view to putting R within Teach of every reader ot books anti every nun or woman who thinks The book gives his experiences what he saw end didwhom he met and his Impreeeloae and conclusions He made a profound study of men and things as he BUW then in this notEd slVtlliand other conditions from the stand point of a ata tot and one profound ly interested In the people of the earth wherever distributed While Cot Bryan traveled as n pri Ute cltlscn ho went with the prestige of having made two memorable con tests for the Presidency of the United States and he was everywhere rec ognized and entertained as a great representative American having a leading part in the direction of Ameri can affairs lIe was given opportunity for observation and for ascertaining facts and conditions never before tic corded to any one traveling In private capacity It one Wants to see tho world and the people who are at the hood ot af fairs In all countries as w lIns the masses he has In this book on opportunity of seeing them tore thee eyes of OoL William Jennings Bryan It la sold by subcrlptlon and the Thomp Km Publishing Company of St Louis Mo aro the fortunate publishers Tho offer an opportunity for solicitors la another column of this Issue Chief Contents of This Number PAGE ONK- l lcaA From the Wide World Commonwealth of Kentucky MllorlnlKcnily lor the Tlde Life of Dr Sliiyo by MM Koblniinn- 1AGl Tw6 Serial The lloune of Thmitaml Caiullr 1nrni stud Onnlrii1AGK TIIIIKK Mere andVicinity College Items IAGK FOUR tommfmt Influence of Outdoor Ute Upon tie Clmr ClesebuulIrappluen hy- Ur 111111 The MllltAry Ids nnil Woinnntii7 Iliibbl- II Inch iollllcnl Tn- lkTImhe Notes JoY FIVE Voutlit Dcjiartliirnt The Sunday School Leon AOK SIX The homeIfclpfulauggpllena- The School lrolilrni of the DUtrlcl School by Irof Illnniiiore The Inrm 1ureKeeil by l mild U Clark iUghth Kentucky history fitmleuU Joumnl1AOi SEVEN New from Everywhere Repent State News PA OH in OUT Eastern Kentucky Now Rn Amory Dwight Mayo A M LL D Sketch ofn Clrwit Lit fly Irof Josephine A Itobt non Amory Dwight Mayo Was born tn Warwick Mass January 31 1823 lie Was educated in the common schools And began to touch In them when he was only rlrtcen years of age He was twenty years old when bo entered Rev A D Mnyo- Amherst College and after two years there bad to leave on account ot taU lug health Then he studied theology under n teacher and fit the age of twenty three began she work of the Christ ian ministry For thirtythree years ho was the pastor of churches In vari ous places Including Cincinnati dur ing and Just after the Civil War He was always active in the atuse of schools and served on the hoard of oducalloa in that city While there ho learned a great deal about the edu caUonul needs of the soifah andln 1879 bad n clear and call o what he always spoke of as his min istry of education in tho south He gave up his pistorate and went to Washington where he secured the ap proval of the president and his cab- Inet Ho got Introductions to the soma tors and representatives of the south ern states end secured from them written endorsements of his mission Armed with such credentials and having the financial support of hit friends and the friends of education In the north for twenty years he went from town to town and tram city to city Or the south making publicI speeches aud arousing the establish and to Improve the public schools lie worked for both the col ored and the white and nowhere did he meet with social ostracism because ho did rooIn addition to these lectur ing tours he edited a leading educa tional journal ID Boston and lectured on theology In a school In vania When President Frost assumed the presidency ot Beret College ho found In Dr Mayo an Invaluable adviser This distinguished authority oni educa lion continued to make yearly visits to Berea to lecture to the Normal stu dents and to the teachers until last year when his health prevented his usual visit For some years he has boon engaged on the history of the American com mon school for the National Bureau of Education Each year he has said that he wanted to live until this was done but be has left undone what in two years of his normal health he could have finished His homo has been in Washington for some years There with his aged wife und his son and his daughter he spent the winter while his summers were passed In Boston for tho better climate and the use of the historical libraries there Dr Mayo hod a most Wonderful mind and an unfailing command of language lIe was fond of music and of all good and beautiful things in life lIe load a wide knowledge of educational affairs and the men who managed1 them He US1Ii keen ob server and from facts seen formed comprehensive just und practical pot ides for action k sy7 f k LAt VIj- o rwrOoiOsososososososoOSoO i You might make from 50 r i to 500 on a sale if you paid g i 25 cents for a Citizen adver g S tisement o 0ooooVol APRIL nothing hmVenta oplwsod Improve knew them crops William definite Pennsyl very io+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+oo+o+o+o++o+O+o+ro+o+o+ot ItPROTECTEDi 4 + 9 + 0 o As fully as you should be in the matter oft i o insurance on your buildings and propertyeThe cost of fire insurance is low The + r risk of fire is too serious a matter for any in odividual to take the chances of having the t 1efforts of years wiped out in an hour ifiguredo oo1and+ has to practically start life allover again 1 0 is indeed in a sorry plight o Are you taking such unnecessaryrisks 0 If so you ought to consult our in titancetdepartment at once j oo0 0 COfI1 o JJ Moore President W H Porter Cashieruo o 5 In our Commercial Banking Department we solicit the accounts o 1ofthe Farmers in Madison and adjoining o 1Counties S + I ON SAVING ACCOUNTS WE PAY FUR PER CENT INTEREST COMPOUNDED SEMIANNUALLY io+o+o+0+o+0+o+o+o+0+o+o+c+00 +0+c+o+o+o+o+O +O+o+o+0+0+ o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+oo+o+at o 10+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o z i I THE t- I 0 Berea National Bank I 1 n I CAPITAL 25000 J fiI + 0 t We Cordially Invite 1- 0I 0 I YOUR ACCOUNT ++ 0o + + 0- o + + o o + DEPOSITORS ARE SAFEGUARDED9 BY o o + I I Federal Supervision I o ++ 0 0 1 + S E WELCH President J W FOWLER Vco Pros o J L GAY Cashier o o + + 0 +o+o+o+o+o +o+o oo+o+o+040 lie was a man of largehawted sym pathies he placed a high value on children and reverenced womanhood ho believed ardently in the American people and in the American common school as tho training placo for good citizenship His Wit grit address in Berea was on the Government of the South by the Plain People and this as well as other utterances on other occa lions placed him among those who be- lIeve In the future of the people of the riJutberlli mountains On Tuesday April 9th at the ad vanced ago of eightysix years he passed into that greater and fuller life In which ho most oonfldently believed As he bad spent his long life here diligently In Gods service GO he expected to continue to do with con stantly Increasing mental powers nd with expanding rapacity to learn and to follow the precepts of the Great Teacher And so those who loved him will think of him not as dead but as en tering with keen enjoyment upon the true heritage of a child ot God eternal life Tho funeral services of Dr Mayo whfclnvoro held in Washington DIG Thursday April 11 were attend ed by Senator Blair ErCommis sooner Harris and quitea distin guished company The c iofspeakj ere were Dr Edward and President Frost a+otoio Oo+o+o+O 30000 Visitors Expected at Los Angeles N E tCmneulIooFLos Angeles expects over 30000 VI- Sitors l to the National EMucatlontil As sociation Convention which Is to beheld in that city July 8th to 13th ot this year Elaborate preparations are I being made for tho entertainment of the excursionists not only by Los Angeles but by nearly every commun ity In the state The trains will be met at the state lino by members of tho Reception Committed who ale greet the visitors with California s fruits and flowers The railroads Lave made low rates From Chicago nail f initenmedlate points the rate will bone tare plus 200 for the round trip In the state the rate for CUifornia side trips will be one and onethird fares for the round trip from Los Angeles and San Francisco to interior points of the state Stopovers will be granted at any point enraute These tickets will be sold to excur sionists and any friends accompany mug than At the Convention the principal addresses wilt be made by some of the most distinguished scholriass of Europe and America versity of California at Berkeley will hold a Summer School at which expected a large number of them vmehItote will bo In attendance on account opportunity to combine tho pleasure of a CUlIforniv ouJIl11ot teadtvnca at the National EJducultonal Association Convention nnd Summer Schoolwork t r noTICK TO connEsrosnKjrrs- AU minnole aoin for ilito rpr hold M teen l4 the nano olh author net ntemwllr te- ryolkWosbutwuHdneearteodfanhonlb pan on on fWtknlitlT arM InIrMa nm ud ferIM and IptM pl l and dKllnct rropf itBH IT fun difficult l0 decipher bcw U IN marU wklck th ara THE HOUSE OF A THOUSANDCANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON I AiUtr 1 THE MAIN CHANCE ZELDA I DAHEION tit OopjrighK INI by HohbtMcmil Co CHAPTER VI Id Continued One thing only I found the slight scar ot a hammerhead on the oak paneling that ran around the bed room The wood had been struck near the base and at the top of every panel for though the mark was not perceptible on all a test had evidently been made systematically With this is a beginning I found n moment later a spot ot tallow under a heavy table in ono corner Evidently the furniture had been moved to permit of the closest scrutiny ot tho paneling Glenarm louse really promised to prove exciting I took from a drawer a small revolver filled Its chambers with cartridges and thrust It Into my hip pocket whistling meanwhile Larry Donovans favorite air Tho Marcltc Funebre de Marionncttcs My heart went out to Larry as I scented adven ture and t wished him with me but speculations as to Larry s whereabouts were always profitless and qulto likely he was In Jail somewhere The ham of whose excellence Dates had hinted was no disappointment Thero 151 have always held nothing bettcV In this world than a properly baked ham and the specimen hates placed before me was a delight to tho eyeso adorned was It with spices so crisply brown Its outer coat and a tastethat first tentative taste be fore the sauce was added was like a dream of Lucullus come true I felt that I could forgive a good deal in a coop with that touch anything short of arson and assassination Bates I said as he stood forth where 1 could see him you cook amazingly well Where did you learn the business- I can hardly say I know It sir- S Your lamented grandfather grew very captious Mr Glenarm I had to learn to satisfy him and I believe I did It sir If youll pardon the conceit He didnt die of gout did he I can readily Imagine It Xo Mr Qlenarm It was his heart He had his warning of It Ah yes to be sure The heart or tho stomachsone may as well fall as the other I believe I prefer to keep my digestion going as long as possible Those grilled sweet potatoes again If you please Bates I The game that he and I were play- Ing appealed to me strongly It was altogether worth while and an I ate guava jelly with cheese and toasted crackers and then lighted one of my own cigars over a cup of Bates unfail ing coffee my spirit was livelier than at any time since a certain evening on which Larry and I had escaped from Tangier with our lives and the curses of the police The day had offered much material for fireside reflection and I reviewed its history calmly There was however ono Incident that I found un pleasant In the retrospect I had been guilty of most unchivalrous conduct toward one of the girls pf St Agathas It had certainly beet unbecoming In me to sit on the wall however unwlll Inzjy and listen to the words few though they were that passed between her and the chaplain I forgot the shot through the window I forgot Bates and the Interest ray room pos sessed for him and his unknown ac complice but the sudden distrust and contempt I had awakened in the girl by my clownish behaylor annoyed me IncreasinglyI t cnU found my cap and went out into the mooa flooded wood toward the lake The tangle was nbt so great when you knew the way and there Was Indeed as I had found the faint suggestion of a path Tho moon glorified a broad highway across the water the air was sharp and still w I followed the wall of St Agathas to tho gate climbed upnd sat down In tile shadow ot the pillar farthest from the lake I drew out a cigarette and was about to light Jt when 1 heard a sound as ot a step oa stone There was I knew po stone pavement at hand but peering toward the lake I saw a man walking boldly along the top of tho wall toward me Themoon light throw lies figure into clear relief Several times he paused bent down and rapped upon the wall with an object ho carried in his hand Tap tap tap The man with the hammer was examining the farther side of the gate and very likely he would carry his investigations beyond It I drew up my legs and crouched In the shadow of the pillar revolver In hand 1 was not anxious to Invite an encounter I much preferred to wait for a disclosure of the purpose that lay behind this mysterious tap ping upon walls But the matter was taken out of my own hands before I had a chance to debato it man dropped to the ground sounded the atone base under tho gate likewise the pillars evident ly without results I struck a spiteful crack upon the Iron bars then stood up abruptly and looked me straight In tho eyes U was 111 n the caretaker o tho aumuicrcfilony- Good evening Mr Morgan I said settling the revolver Into my hand There was no doubt about hletsur prise ho fell back staring at mo hard and instinctively drawing tho hammer over his shoulder as though to fling It at me Just stay where you are a moment Morgan I said pleasantly and dropped to a sitting position on the wall for greater case In talking to himHo stood sullenly the hammer dan gling at arms length while my revolver covered his head Jsow If you please Id like to know what you mean by prowling about hero and rummaging my house Oh Its you Is it Mr Glenarm Well you certainly gave mo a bad scare Ills air was one ot relief and his teeth showed pleasantly through his beardIt certainly Is I But you havent answered my question What were you doing In my house today He smiled again shaking his head Youre really fooling Mr Glenarm I wasnt In your house today I never was in it in my life His white teeth gleamed in Ills light beard his hat was pushed back from his forehead so that I saw his eyes and he wore unmistakably the air ot- a man whoso conscience Is perfectly clear I was confident that ho lied but without appealing to Bates I was not prepared to prove it But you cant deny that youre on my grounds now can you I had dropped tho revolver to my knee but I raised It again- Certainly not Mr Glenarm If youll allow mo to explain = Thats precisely what I want you to do Well It may seem strauJoho laughed and I felt the least bit fool I n Like a He Hammer His It Me Ish to be pointing a pistol at the head of a fellow of so amiable a spirit Hurry I commanded Well as I was saying It may seem strange but I was just examining the wall to determine the character ot the work One ot the cottagers on the lake left me with the Job of building a fence on his place and Ive been ex pectmg to come over to look at this all fall You see Mr Glenarm your honored grandfather was a master In such matters and I didnt see any harm In getting the benefitto put I- tsoof his experience- I laughed Ho bad denied having entered the house with so much assur ance that I had been prepared for some tally L plausible explanation of hiS Interest In the wall Morganyou said it was Morgan didnt youyou are undoubtedly a scoundrel of the first water Men have been killed for saying Jess he said And for doing less than fire through windows at a mans head It wasnt friendly of you e I dont see why you center all your suspicions on me You exaggerate my importance Mr Glcnarm Jm only tho manof all work at a summer 1 wouldnt believe you Morgan if you swore on a stack of Bibles as high as this wail- Thanks ho ejaculated mockingly Like a flash he swung tho hammer over his head and drove It at me and at the same moment I fired The ham merhead struck the pillar near the outer and la such a manner that the handle flew around and snolo m smartly In the face By the timeIreached the ground the man ready running rapidly through tho park darting In and out among the trees fend I made after him at hot speedThe Jvanimerhandle struck my mouth the whole lower half of my Cacestung from blow 1 abused myself roundly for managing the encounter so stupidly and my rage fired twice with no aim whatever after tho flying figure of tho cuttaker Ho clearly hind tho ndvantapc of familiarity with tho wood striking oft boldly Into tho heart of it and quickly widening tho distance between us but I kept on oven after I ceased to hear him threshing through the undergrowth and camo out presently at the margin ot tho lako about CO feet from tho oathouso 1 waited In Its shadow for some time expecting to see the fellow again but ho did nut appearI tho wall with difficulty and followed It back to the gate It would bo just as well I thought to possess myself of the hammer and 1 dropped down on the St Agatha sldo ot the wall and groped about among the leaves until I found It Then I walked home went Into the library alight with Its many candles just as I had loft It and sat down before tho fire to meditate I had been absent from the fiouso only fortyfive minutes CHAPTER VIII A String of Gold Beads A moment after I had flung myself down beforo the fire Bates entered with a fresh supply of wood I watched him narrowly for somo sign of perturbation brit ho was not to bo caught oft guard Possibly he had not heard the shots In tho wood at any rate ho tended the flro with his usual gravity and after brushing tho hearth paused respectfully Is there anything further sir I believe not hales Oh horoa a hammer I picked up out In the grounds a bit ago I wish youd see It It belongs to the hOllseIIt doesnt But we sometimes find tools left by m Flash Flung the Over Head and Drove at resort edge had the In the carpenters that worked on the house Shall I put this In the tool chest sir- Never mind I need such a thing noft and then and Ill kecplt handy Very good Mr Glenarm We were not getting anywhere the fellow was certainly aa incomparable actor You must find it pretty lonely here pates Dont hesitate to go to the jll lage when you like- I thank you Mr Glenarm but 1 am not much for idling I keep a few books by me for the evenings An nandalo is not what you would exactly call a diverting village- I fancy not But the caretaker over at the summer resort has even a lonelier time I suppose Thats what Id call a pretty cheerless Job watch Ing summer cottages in the winter Thats Morgan sir I meet him occasionally when 1 go to tho village hes a very worthy person I should call him on slight acquaintance Nd doubt of It Bates Any time through the winter you want to have him in for a social glass its all right with me- When 1 plunged into the wood In the middle of the next afternoon it was with the definite purpose of returning to the upper end ot the lakO for an Interview with Morgan who bad so Bates Informed moa small house bacK oftho cottages I took the canoe 1 had chosen form own use from the boathouse and paddled up tho lake Tho air was stiltwarm but tho wind that blow out of the south tasted ot rain I scanned the water Bud the borders ofVthe lake for signs o1I0mprc particularly J Playas well admit for a cert ln ma roon canoe and a girl In a red tamo shunter but lake and summer cot tunes wore mine alone I landed and began at once my search for Morgan There were many paths through the woods back ot tho cottages and I followed several futilely before I at last found a small house caugty hid away la a thicket of young maples + TO OS CONTINUED SCISSORS AND SIX CANVAS BAG THAT BELONGED TO THE CHI- CAGOr 8UBTREASURY Found In Room of Negro Scrubwoman Who Cleaned the Cage That Was Robbed Chicago III April 10Tat a no CTO scrubwoman employed In the United States subtrcasury In Chi aga holds tho key to tho mystery of the disappearance of 173000 from the subtreasuroy over six weeks ago It the belief of government oOlclals and secret service men Mrs Wlllone J Hudsou tho woman In question probably will bo arrested on the charge of larceny This proceed lag wag under consideration Tuesdaj night by tho authorities She has beet suspended front government employ ment and Is under constant aurvell lanceStolen property was fount In her room when It was searched property belonging to the United States govern mentTo be sure this was ot no great value It consisted merely of a pate of scissors and six canvas bugs such as nro used for holding coin The acts sors were stamped U S A and also written upon one of the steel blade Is tho narqe of James Burroll ono ot tho Bubtrcaaur employes It Is thought possible that Mrs Hud son or seine other employe In a similar capacity may have picked up the = 173 000 from tho floor ot KIUgtratd3 cagti on the night of February 10 Tho money was missed on true following day This theory has been convawed I by Capt Porter and Subtnxuwrw Bold cnwreck and has been found to be- a possibility Tho scrubwomans premises wore searched thoroughly by the secret ser vice operatives and no money was found but the suspicions of tho feder al authorities remained strong enough for them to place her under a careful watch A secret service man was with her constantly Tuesday In her board ing place at 254 Ogden avenue CUBA TO BE FREED July 4 1908 Will Be the Day Agreed Upon Havana April 10lt appears that July a 1908 will be the day when the control of Cuban affairs Is given bock to tho Cuban people Tho liberals are anxious that tile flnnl elections bo held in December Ii07 and the government turned over May 20 1905 the anniversary ot the inauguration of tine first Cuban republic They also want the municipal and provincial elections held simultaneously Tho conservatives on the other hand desire that the final elections be held later than next December and that the municipal and provincial Glee ions be held six months apart In view of this division of desire a compromise which will result in the turning over of tho control of Cuban affairs on the American holiday Is probable LIQUOR OFFERED BY STRANGER Drunk By Farmers Who Soon Afterward Fell Dying In the Street Ft Scott Kan April 10 Joseph McKulecky agefl 65 and Josef Satva aged 35 both of whom liver near But lington Kofi where they owned farms wero poisoned by a stranger evidently for tho purpose ot robbery Both men died a few minutes after they had been found In a dark aldo street They hind recently sold their farms and were on the way to Springfield Mo to look for a new location They were met here by a stranger who offered thtvi whisky which they drank They were taken violently ill and fell In the street The stranger fled Strychnine vaa found In the stomachs of the men Oyster But Wrecked Newport News April 10tD a heavy Kale the ocean steamship George Py man was blown against the schooner George Hudson badly damaging the Hudson The PymaK dragged anchorage and Is now ashore off Point Breeze The schooner Van Schuyler Is reported ashore oft Pine Beach About 200 small boats on tho oyster grounds are reported sunk or blown ashore All small craft In the turbot are in danger of sinking Unless the storm abates No lives have as yot been reported as lost Slayers of Actress Declared Guilty Chicago April 10 Howard Nlcbolai and Leonard Leopold were convicted I of tho murder of Mrs Margaret Leslie tho actress Nicholas was sentenced to life Imprisonment whllo Leonard was given ti 14 year term in prison Robbery Is said to have been the mo tlve for the crime Church Steeple Ablaze Cincinnati April 1O1ire which hoi probably been smoldering In steepU of Trinity Catholic church hero since Sunday when if was struck by a light WOCll1CSdaJIIDornln nochenter N Y April 10Fred Shultz the supposed leader of the to mOilS LakajShbro gang was convlcte degreItrial of Kelly come off shortly One Dud Two Will Die Chattanooga Tonn April 10China K Newberry a contractor was klllc and D M Curry arid William McKIri employe of the Cln furKacH 1101 fatally shot its the result of I at taco HORTICULTURE wA GOOD BUSHEL CRATE F H Ballou cfOhlo Experiment Sta tion Tells Their Good Points Tho desirable features of a crato for bolding or storing iiotntoca apples or other produce are lightness strength compactness and convenience in hand ling If those points bo combined In a style or form of package that will enable us to store them away eco nomically when empty In time least possible space wo have pretty nearly thu ideal crate Personally 1 do not The Bushel Crate care for a folding crato The number of parts and the cost at manu facturing are Increased nnd ono Is Hkely to find himself unwlttlngl In fringing on some ones patent Be sides the folding feature In ot no great advantage to tho busy man who has use for the orates nearly time whole year round A style of crates that anyone can build and which maybe stored away three crates In the limaco of two ought to be good enough for the most exacting Wo urn using such crates at the experiment station and they give excellent service anti toUsfHctlon Thoy hold a full round ed bushel level full and permit of n cover being nailed on or of being racked uji one upon another without crashing or bniUIng tho contents 1 ho cubic contents of such crates dl raoMilons for making which aro given below are about 2700 cubic Inches while 56S8 cubic incites constitute a legal or U S roundel bimhul Tho crates aro made entirely of light strips of woodno solid oaths sides or bottoms being used Material exact measure Uprights or cor nor jiosts length I24 Inchoa width 2 Inoluin thickness 14 Inch Ends 1314 Inches by 2 by 41 Inch Sides and bottom ICft inches by 2 by Inch This makes a orate 16 inches long 111 Inches wide and 12Ti Inches high outside measure and tho pieces are assembled as 1 have shown in a diagram presented herewith These crates can bo nested threa In tho space of two- GOOD GARDEN TOOLS Skill Rather Than Strength Needed In Their Handling I The gardeners work depends more upon skill than upon utrcngth The grub hootho pick and the breaking up plow for now land need to be strong but in tho garden a light tool in good condition will mako tho work easier and accomplish more than the heavy tool Keep tho hoes sharp and the teeth of the cultivator and horse hoe down to a cutting edge and good points on tho plows and keep everything clean and bright so that dirt will not adhere to them to double their weight nml lessen their tmdoncy Tho light tool may not last an long as tho heavy one and If it seems to bo using up the hoe very fast to grind It every day at least It is better to wear out several hoes than one sum or boy Many a boy has become disgusted with farm work and with tho farm itself simply because ho was given wornout tools to work with which had been condemned an unfit for a good workman to use Put such tools rays the Northwestern Agriculturist Into tho junk heap or Jay them away to bo used only In cases of qx tremo emergency and give time boys good tools and teach them bow to use them and take care of them and even if they do spoil them by not knowing how to use them It wll bo better than spoiling the boys We remember when our father bought Us a new hoe small and slight sultnblo for n boy and in showing us how to use If ho found it worked so well and easily that It was not IORA before ho bad a new ono himself InGrowing Lettuce In growing lettuce It has usually been held that for forcing the crop sandy soils were tho only olatablo medium says Homestead but In a series of tests covering four crams NfWItexture having a play loam as Us basis which however contained n good portion of flno clay sand arid silt and was moderately Ilgiitenefl with well rotted horso mnnuro Fer tilizer tests were carried on at tho same time on a large variety ofI Edits Bin It was found that the tex turo of the soli exerted more In flucnco that did tho source of tin plant food that la on sandy loans commercial fortlflzcrs produced bet butibejt POOR PRUNING Many an Orchard Is Ruined by the Way Work is Done A few summers ago I Saw an orchard that had been pruned with no ax the previous year If anyone hind done as poor a job trimming out my grove of despised secondgrowth post oaks ho would have had to quit as soon ns I found It out says a writer lu Tho HomesteadIAn ax Is a poor tool with which to prune an orchard I know of no hot 0 tor tools than n sharp saw und a knife with a keen edge tbo ono for the j largo limbs tho other for nmaff limbs and water sprouts I Besides the usual removal of cross brandies those that are too tow and water sprouts there Is thin spring In many orchards the added work of talc ing off branches that were broken by tho heavy crop ot last year Much caro should bo used In taking tbeao oil so as to l fCo a smooth surface closo to tho trunk or largo branch where they aru removed A stub tilE inches or a foot long will never amount to much If anything as a bearer of fruit It only dlttflgurcit tho tree and Induces disease and decay Take off tho broken limbs na you would any other that you want out of tho way A good way to have n smooth cut whoro a large branch has to bo removed Is to out It off n foot or morn from where you wish then cut off the stub that Is loft In this way ynn run no risk of having thin branch tear ho- lark down as It falls It nleo enables you to go closer to tho tree orlargo limb with your saw than you could ray other way Tho wounds made In removing 1rbranches an Inch or moro In diameter should bo pointed the day Ihoy arc made Wo paint smaller wounds as thr spring winds check the wonml so soon and you novae know tbo corn lugs days weather therafoto It Is best not to watt till tomorrow before covering tho wounds White load and oil mako tho Ideal paint for tills pur pose As wo have but a few htmdrcsl 1como1Whl1be far enough from the trees to pre vent tho heat from Injuring them PEAR BLIGHT The Orchard Treatment for Controll- Ing and Eradicating Disease Pear blight Is not confined to any ono section but is common to pnnrtl cally all jiartu of the country It lu especially serious In the south It hnit been claimed that the Leconto IHlar- as from this but thus yThero Two Methods of training blight two of them due to Insects ono to a fungus and tho tire blight to bac teriaAs a preventive treatment avoid strong manuro using commercial fur tilizers only and those that arc weak In nitrogen Cultivate very little and none during tho blooming season After the orchard begins to boar seed grass best adapted to tho locality Aa the blight affects tho young shoots they should bo trimmed back at some r distance below too point affected Pruning system has much to do in controlling the blight If the tree is pruned in the common pyramid sys tern as shown at left of cut and blight attacks tho top tho mainstem liaslo be cut back seriously and Ute shape or tho tree Is spoiled If on tho other hand time tree Is pruned by the Walto method ns shown at right ot cut thero aro sovcral leaders and one or moro may bo cut away without serious injury to the top of tho tree Dr Waite ot Maryland has practiced ths method for several years says Farm and Home and It la very important All trimmings etc must bo burped nulcklyua the germs may spread from these Tho tools used in prune ing should bo dipped In a flop per cent solution of carbolic acid fre quently while being used Spraying the trees with parls green kill Insects will help prevent thq thread of the germsa The Best Time To get rid of objectlenablq trees d or shrubs that persistently come up in the fence corners and outoftfae way places Bays N A Horticultur ist cut them off close to the ground just after tbo leaves have expanded in tho spring This U Ute lest time of the year to do IU The stock of sap which has been stored up In tho roots during the winter has been nearly exhausted and tho now leaves havo not begun tp make more Hence cutting off at that tlmq is practically a death blow Jra few shoots should appear they will only bo weak and If cut off whim small the work in done Try this for the poison Ivy and other nuisances 4 Iararrwrr ookokokokokorokokokorokororororokororororokoroKorok Y 0 SPORTING x x Y o spec i GOODS IV x I ooK SEE OUR LINE OF x 1 K Baseball Lawn Tennis I Iand Fishing Material I xo 2 x u X I 0 I Porter Drug Co INC x- oit0A0it0il0it0lOk0it0A0A0i10A0it0i10R0if0il o x OkOSd0A0101101101t0i10tt oooooooeooooooqoooooeoooooeooo o 1 i Berea and Vicinity 0 1o0I GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 0 eQ I OUOCOSOe0SOSOSOSOSOSOSOSO TAKE NOTICE Mr It IL Hoffman will apart at Uw CongrteMlotwl Okurch nut Sunday morningSMIMMW IVuHe Moons and Pamto HaUUId apriit SttunUr night with alto IlMklm out OD SuMbM Gee Pike Mr I It Dakar WM la OtaclMpU- lbi firM of lets work boylx A new j Sleek for the now atop Into which she will mow In About two weeks Dr and Jan Thowsxm nuttmed lest week from a ttn days stag1 In PWayne liHllaM where Ur TbOlll8lla- tauGht in a DtbU Mhool and oonduo ed revival senloan lite mother Ima ootne homo wok hint to Urn Mr Abe CllermeaM wlw Isis bB living on Proto Dlwutor plea mat etui of town hi WTOme 4P HoehauKle s county Mr Tartluw Coniba IMC jwr chased tho property from DlmmwN und I lornJon and will move from Mt Vernoa street to it In a short lime Tho totorhr of Uio Ifciptlst Church la being repaired tIl18IHk The room 4s being nowly papered and the Beata varnished Tho Huujy Work Club met at tU home of Mesa ort L164Ir lest week 31I3 Oirrlo Allan returned list wrek from an extended visit with her brother II P Allen In Bluff Otty Tona Mr and firs Ilurltt VanWInkle and two small children spent Saturday night with Mrs VnnWlnkles ixuvnts Mr and Sirs John sales Miss Weary Parsons of Niles Mkhl gin who was miller hero a few weeks ago by the death of her sister Ixiey returned home Friday night Mrs Mary Hudson who has been vtililng relUlves nt nod Lick reo turntd tho hist of lost week Work In programing nfwly on sire Cooks lioiifo on Center street For the- Children To succeed these days you a must have plenty of grit cour age strength Howls it with the children Arc they thin pale delicate Do not forget Ayers Sarsaparilla You know it makes the blood puree and rich and builds up the general health in every way Tho children earinot poulblr bare Rood unltii the bovdi are eomM S1healthAilUKnUh liver coaled tongue rIbud breath I Oorrett the i br giving small laxative dotei of A eta ftllt vegetable tujmrcoated b73 O Aver Co Lowell HuiAlto manufacturer of AMideerrsCIERRY 9 HAIR VlflOR PECTORAL i 00000000000800oiI wee ahopulnaj in Well mon Tbnra4cytr ICwbr who ifvea aMft the ns ani from town his been Unc rotulr III b rt to tho ml to be a iMtte better now Mr W R Hunt to clerk In tli e grocery pre for R B Welch M4M AlitOeeon th mm wile Mea hiking ors of J lkIrdlUe dut log Isto Illness rttHriMd to her horn e U Clwteiutl Monlar beep the Strati rile n The following ordlmnc ae 1149 b the Board Be U ordained by tht Town Boar of DenoIt Ky thitt I alMll JM nnUwtul hereafter for any peraotM or ojrponulan who own occupy a place of btrleae wtetiln the coriK raced ItaiHf to sweep 6r oius to be wept onto or Uo uj 3n thE sidewalk or streets or aiuee same tJ be dKMM tiny refnaee patter or othe obJeotloniUile millers and any pereoi or eorpomllonp so offarellng slrall upon aonvJetlon its fined 500 and cost for each effsnSe THE MARKETS 1Current Quotations on Grain and Livestock at Leading Points Indianapolis Grain and Livestock Wheat Wagon 76c No 2 red 77a ComNo2 4Cc OatsNo 2 mixed 42Hc liayClovor flGOO Q1700 timothy 19002100 millet 1300 Sf 1600 Cattle2600600h- ogs 600 CS5 Shoon 2000570 l amba 6BO J800 At Cincinnati Wheat No a red 73 He Corn OatsNo2 doe Cnttle J1t096co Hoga 4CO095 Sheep 27C300 Lnnibs600800- At Chicago WheatNo2 rpd 79c Corn No 3 4110 Data No 2 41sne Cat tl Stoorn 4 oec75 stockers and focdors 300S10 J0s5CC77Ho Sheep 400CC5 Lambs GOOS50 Livestock at New York Cixttlo 4C00 52G JlogsG71i 740 Sheep 400050 Lambs575 0000 At East Buffalo CatUe400GOO Jlogs550 715 Sheep 3000700 LambsOOO 1I20wWheat at Toledo MaySlHc July S2so cash SOe FOR SALEO Show Cases Mirrors 1 Money Safo 4 dozen Ha- Stands 1 Figure MUS A T FISH Houses and Gardens for Rent Call on G D Hollidny ut the Boron Bank nnd Trust Company HENRY LENGFELLNER TINNER OlUre over Tout Oincolliiiiio 103 IVnroliouia went of Dopol Stool Rooting Cheaper Than Ever Eaves Jrougli yt loss than Old 1rlco o osoeosoaoeoeoeoeoeoeolCollege o 0 a HERE AND THERE o 0 uoo000080008000Proto about a week pn 0 A R business Dean Marsh glue the Mondlsy lec ture to Upper Chapel on The Flrat American Aristocracy Miss Robinson gave tho Monday lecture to JIda Chapel on her travels In Europe Miss Robinson led the Y W C A Sundry nht giving a report of the Worlds Christian Endeavor Conven tion which she attended last summer at Geneva Switzerland Misses Speer Oimpboll and PhUllp went to Richmond Saturday The members of the Ariel Quartet except Mr Ambla roturned Monday night from Mullsonville Ky whore they had charge of the music of the- Y M C A Convention Mr Gamble topped at Louisville to mike further ExourIIonthis month A wupply of garden tools and seeds arrived tills week and the Horticultur al Cdses and tho Model Shools will Leila the work of school irtlanlng as won M the weUber bioome wann er The north side of the lot in front of the ImluatrUl Deriding will be used lor the garden Mrs Dliumont went to ILirrods burg Thureday noon to attend UM are null meeting of the Woman IIloacry S cleiy of the Tranelrranla Presbytery returning Sttulteay night The atwlej Schools are busy getting ready for their spring terns school on tertnlnmnt which will be gin n Miity 30th Mr John Cook student of the Mod el School spent Sunday at Ma horne near Hlchmond M tghthoto a few Invited BUeptfl Tittye who were present to enjoy the meal report It well prepared end nicely served Walter Glliaan of Lros Ky a former Berea student spent two or three days risking fronds In Dana Mr Huinard of Richmond moved Int Mrs WhyVinds house end put his daughter In school L Miss Oimeron and Miss Sboemsker returned Tuesday franc tteadlag the IWneatbnul Conference In Plnehunai N yth Ouollau e hseTho CongO CMusloal Daiurtmrnt gives a public recital In the College Chapel next Monday night Strrnuout Sing tu h LEXINGTON Ky April 12ln a I flag rush hero this nttoraaon at Kent tucky University several students were L hurt and many windows were broken In tho gjennnslum The Baniora were t trying to prewnt the Juniors from planting their tug on the buHdlng- Tho railing about the verandas was torn away The college authorities I present were powerUss to stop the trouble Louisville Evening Post rOK AOKNTHAN OllOKTUNlTY The Old World And Its Ways Ot WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN nB NOW RHADY IOK SOLICITORS iu- 37d fiffrial Octavo litter flyer too Sufob En review jive fltolfcrttfkt laden tr Mr Bryan Kecauuti hia trip around the world and hta Iolts to all notion The greatest book of travel ever written The people are waiting for It The agents harvest 1itlilSend fifty ante to cover jnalllng end handling The Thompson Publishing Co ST LOUIS NO TO THE CHILDREN President Roosevelt Addresses the s Youngsters on the Significance of Arbor Day ONE OF THE NATIONS NEEDS In Easy Terms He Sets Forth the Necessity for Tree Culture and the Preservation of Forests Thoughtful Observance of Arbor Day Is Urged Washington April 1C President Roosevelt has addressed To tho School Children of tho United States message on tho significance of Arbor day which during the month of April Is celebrated In many of tho states The message Is as follows To tho School Children of tho United States Arbor day which means simply tree day Is now observed In every state In our Union and mainly In tho schools At varl ous times from January to December but chiefly In this month of April you give a day or part of a day to special oxorclsea and perhaps to actual tree planting In recognition of tho Import ance trees to us as a nation and of what they yield In adornment com fort and useful products to the com munities In which you live It Is well that you should celebrate your arbor day thoughtfully for with in your lifetime the nations need of trees will become serious Wo of an older generation can get along with what we have though with growing hardship but In your full manhood and womanhood you will want what datum onco BO bountifully supplied and man so thoughtlessly destroyed and because of that want you will reproach us not for what wo have used but for whatjwo havo wasted For the nation aarfor tho man or woman bad rho boy or girl tho road to sue does Is the right use of what we havo md tho Improvement of present op ortunlty It you neglect to prepare ourselves now for tho duties and re iponslbllltlos which will fall Upon you later if you do not learn the things you will need to know when Four school days are over you will Suffer the consequences So any na Jlon In Its youth lives only fo- rE o day reaps without sowing and nsumes without husbanding must pect tho penalty of the prodigal whose labor could with difficulty find him the baro moans oHifo A people without children would face a hopeless future a country with out trees Is almost as hopeless forests which are so used that they cannot renow Ujemsclves wllUaoon van Ish and with them all their benefits A true forest Is not merely a storehouse full of wood but as It were a factory of food and at the same Umo a reservoir of water When you help to preserve our forests or to plant now ones you are acting tho part of good citizens Tho value of forestry deserves therefore to be taught In the schools which aim to make good citizens of you If your Arbor day exorcises help you to realize what benefits each one of you receives from the forests and how by your assistance theso benefits may continue thoy will serve a good end THEODORE ROOSEVELT A singular custom prevails In York shire England In parts of the West Riding It Is quite conmon for visitors to a house In which a now baby has appeared to carry with them as an offering to the infant a new laid egg some salt a piece of bread and in some cases a penny A choice lino cf dress goods no tions embroidery laces muslin un derwear rendywado waists American Beauty Corsets newest styled in spring hats and everything in ladies wearing apparel at MRS S R BAKERS BEE KEEPERS Before you buy your Spring supply see the Pulli n S Beellive manufactured and sold Wood Work- Department BereaCollege Berea Ky It is one of the latest improved Has all conveniences and is an or nament to place in any ones yard Call and investigate 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Tear fi i eta Months 6G Three Montln 3J ptndmoney by routoilier or Hi pirn Money Order Draft Regis ertd Litter or cue and lna tat tamps The date crier your name on label crawi to nutiaollfj us Missing number wilt be gladly tuprttled If we at notified Pine Freralnma riven for new nbucrlptlon IDa prompt renewal Send fur Premium riiL Liberal terms given to any who obtain new rurly subcrlptlonatanrecieveThelitlaenhea for hrmself for one year Advertising rate on application uvuaaa or KENTUCKY TRUSS ASSOCIATION A fatal duel has been fought In Ber Jin But then with tho greatest care accidents will happen In anything Toronto minister wants to know I nvhy men do not go to church For t tone thing they have no beautiful Easter hats to show off If the dentist whowinarrested fw d abandonment had no money why didnt he stay at homo anyway and Aull his wifes teeth free of charge 1 The Pennsylvanian who had a pen- jchantfor hugging was cured by a kloso of his own medicine Ho was arrested and held Ught lu the clutches rat the law A New York man says John Det- 32000000 gift was due to tho sin- ghg of a bird Probably the same fiittlo bird we ueed to hear so much about when wo were children Ostriches In the United States num thewaitJ Sho Income from this source is fairly satisfactory and the remainder in Pasadena and San Jose California i where the birds do well Haisull of Morocco it Is announced 4isa well educated gentleman But is unfortunately situated Ho should come to this country and ob serve the fine work of certain coteries a ef well educated American gentlemen who havo lately been much In the pub tic eye William Dean Howells next to Mark Twain Is the oldest living American writer and Is still workingr ale has Just passed his seventieth birthday He said to an interviewer that he does not like to be Idle and xpects to do better things than he t 7wa yet dune I A long time before America was discovered Japan had its banks clear jlng house and Europes supposedly 7 modern system of checks drafts letters of credit and notes The coun try also had a thorough rural delivery postal system before Columbus cross fed the Atlantic Queen Margherlta of Italy has purchased the house and library of the tate Glosue Carducci the Italian poet who died at Bologna on February 15 mud has presented them to the city of x Uologna on condition that the rooms inhabited for 20 years by the poet re maln unchanged and that posterity be permitted to visit them Congressman Champ Clark created indignation In the New England Aouso delegation in general anti that t net Massachusetts In particular the nether day by solemnly asservatlng thus Enough mud Is carried from- tthelr banks annually by the Missouri itand Mississippi rivers to make a Mate of the union bigger than Massa chusetts and maybe a better ona too A visit to London by Gen Botha as premier of the Transvaal colony U sot unlikely when the next colonial conference takes place at the cap ital of the empire The liberal gov ernment is urging him to attend as a tho Springfield Dally for the opportunity would IItepublican one to educate the In his Imperial respon IalblliUesAll the Justices of the United State supreme court except William II Moody the youngest member are grayhaired Mr Moody is a blonde land his hair is of that pale straw icolor which turns gray late In Illfe His ruddy complexiongives an additional touch of youthfulness ec that the contrast between Justice J Moody and other members of the- Icourt1 Is striking The golab at Banklpur India was ibulll for a granary In 1S73 but has sever been used for that purpose ItI us 2G feet round nt the base Iwalls 12 feet 2 Inches in thickness ithe interior diameter being 109 feet tit Is about 90 feet high and might con Main 137000 tons Inside is a moat 1wonderful echo best heard from tho the building As a whispering gallery there Is perhaps no such building In the world not even the famous Mormon temple itithiruiitai t11r 1t1iwur- eEifr 3 pun orllururt r By HON GROVER CLEVELAND The wholesome sentiments which spring from country life are being overwhelmed by the ambitions nnd tendencies that flow out from our great cities Few have the hardihood to withstand the swirl and rush of city life or to remain indifferent to the prom ises of sudden wealth and tho excitement of speculation in a metropolis where immense fortune are made and lost in a single day- I believe that we must sot ourselves against tho fallacy that n city life is tho easier and the most pro ductive of happiness stt The strong lore of outdoor rccrcntion unfortunately is not pos oscd by every one yet natural has macro it a law that every ono is in need men tally and physically of relaxation in tho open air And in thoo times of dollarchasing many of the most vital necessities of a normal human life are being neglected a v Is it not trim that the higher agencies which have been especially effective in the refinement of human nature have their life and influence from rural surroundings In my experience I have found that impres sions which n man receives who walks by tho brooksido or in tho forest or by the seashore make him a better man and a bottor citizen They lift him above the worries of business and teach him of a power greater that human power It is unquestionably true that nearness to nature has an elevating influence upon heart and character Nature is a school of all the hardier virtues What for instance can impart a more affectitc lesson in patience than a days fishing for the whimsical black bass As I have said on a previous occasion tho real worth and genuine ness of the human heart are measured best by its readiness to submit to the influences of nature and to appreciate tho goodness of tho Supreme Power who is its Creator T1IIS IS THE CENTRAL POINT OF 3fY PHILOSOPHY OF LIFE We need more of those oldfashioned conscientious folk wo adhere to the simple way of living and who believe that every fortune should be earned honestly and fairly by the man who gets it l1tPP nC t robttct of out botibt IBy DR NEWELL DWIGHT HILLIS I Tho realm of the soul Thought is king Over this invisible empire the intellect stretches its Eccptro end is absolute monarch The behest of reason and UM edicts thereof go out into the uttermost ends of the souls life But to mar velour is the influence of thought upon mans character and career that many other images must be invoked for setting forth the scope of the intellect The reason is a loom that weaves all these rich silken textures named epics poems and arguments The reason is a husbandman that sowcth all the years with the shocks andsheavos of ambition and achieve ment The reason is a river that digs its own channel and floats all the argosies of hope The intellect is a sculptor that carves the character into beauty and symmetry reason is an architect that builds the templo where love and faith and hope havo their home and abiding place From time to time Ute ideals are held out by God to allure plan upward their own glorious heights but in that vision hour it is Reason that takes her staff in hand and goes toiling up the hills of difficulty to the sunlit heights and the temple where perfect beauty and perfect faith have their haunts and their home Wonderful the achievements of the intellect There it noth ing that reason has not done there is little that reason cannot do In hours of storm blessed is the man who knows the way to a door opening upon a winters fire and a warns lorclit room But there is no castle that shelters fleeing soldiers no city of refuge for fugitives no man sion whose doors of friendship stand open by day and night that can do for the body what the intellect can do for the soul When John Ruskin was old and broken in health and criticised by a multitude who misunderstood him he took refuge in his thoughts He tells us that his chief hours of happiness were in the night When all others slept he recalled Ute 40 chapters of the Bible that his mother taught him before he was seven years of age Brooding on these great truths of Gods love and law hap piness stole into his heart then those demons named Fear and Worry fled away just as bats and things of the night flee into the cares and holes of the ground when the sun stands upon tho horizon Gentle thoughts healed his heart wounds the memory of past goodness and former bless ings shed a gentle radiance upon his dark spirit The child has a very slender past EO God gives the boy the future in which lie can enterprise and range over nil tho continent of tomorrow The old man also has a narrow future and through thought God gives him to enterprise over the wide continent cf the past while he lives in his golden yesterdays 0 won derful treasure vouchsafed to troubled men IaJ11r itiaxii Jmru auk Woman By DR EMIL G HIRSCH The military idea which among the earliest civilized nations caused war gods and warriors to be so absorbingly wor shiped that fcmalo children because of the un fitness of the sex for war services were destroyed at their birth is in tho last analysis the reason why man has not granted and still refuses to grant to woman the right to vote on matters of public policy But is the military state the ideal state or government Jfost cer tainly it is not Ask womenthinking and sympathetic and noblemind etl womenwhat they think of wars horrors They shrink instinctively 2To congress or parliament of modern enlightened women ever would rote to engage in wars of conquest though they would ever bo willing to lay down their lives in defense of their homes and loved ones Only by giving the ballot to woman can the voice of the people ever be made the voice of God Woman stands for purity Man stands for just co much purity as woman has been ablo to mako him stand fqr Woman certainly is entitled to a share in the uplifting and purifying processes that are how attracting the attention of the test and noblest of the human race and which will be the special problems that this gen oration will have to solve a LOOKS LIKE SCARE TALK OF DIVERTING FOREIGN BLOWS AT OUR TRADE If Blows In the Snaps of Hostile Tariff Discrimination Shall Be In Fact Struck Then the United States Should Be Prepared to Return Blow for Blow Of direct significance to American producers Is tho official outgiving an to tho throattond tariff Imbroglio with Franco Tho fact that tho announcement was made through the Ausoclat OIl Press sufficiently Indicates Its au thority and origin Thorn IB no mistaking tho purport and tho Intent of the opening paragraph of tho state wont Washington March GTho execu tive branch of tho government has abandoned all liopo of finding any con cessions which It can offer tho French government to prevent tho application of tho maximum tariff rates on Amort can products not specifically exempted therefrom by existing arrangements Tho situation as to Franco is there fore similar to that as to Germany In neither case can this government at present meet the demand for a reciprocity treaty as tho price of minimum tariff rates for American goods and products Through their embas sies at Washington tho two countries named have been mado aware of this fact and also that It remains for con gross to decide whether It cares to di vert these blows at the American ex port trade by approving reciprocity treaties with France and Germany- If It had been framed by tho Amen can Reciprocal Tariff league this pro sentment could hardly bo moro suggestive of an Intention to tamper with our protective tariff system under the alleged stress of a necessity to divert these blows at the American export trade How are those blows to be averted T Nut by the executive branch of the government for It has abandoned all hope wo are told Uy tho action of congress then But eoogroM has adjourned and will not meet again lu togutar session until next December So congress cannot divert those blows Inside of ton months That Is unless tho country can bo sufficientlyI frightened to demand that congress be I called togother In extraordinary sue i sion to meet and avort this fearful danger Wai tho official promulgation sireIbly so If the scare produces the desired effect If tho American people can bo thrown Into a panic merely because Germany and France have threatened td at some time or other do something awful to our export trade unless they are permitted ot force a downward revision of tho American tariff thou of course there will bo a general demo onstration In behalf of prompt action through an extra session of congruM- Is this the object of the scare proclamation of March CT Is there nothing to be done that will save the situation except tho hasty summoning of con gress Into extra session and the hurried passage of a law authorizing the executive branch of tho government to allow foreign nations to dictate what the American tariff shall boT Yes there Is something else that can be dono to divert these blows The coxciitlvo branch can assert its dignity and Us courage by calmly awaiting the progress of events by not dodging beforo a blow la struck by not squealing until It Is hurt and then when tho threatened blows shall havo been dealt by taking prompt measures of defense and retaliation If tho emergency of actual tariff discrimination shall present Itself next June or July or at any other time between now and the first Monday In Decemberand we have not tho slightest idea that either tho Ger man or the French bluffs will be car tied Into effect before next December If at allthen congress can bo called Into extra session To do what Certainly not to lay down to Germany and France To strike back and bit hard by the adoption of a high maximum tariff that will make tho exporters of I3000QOOOO worth of German and French goods shiver In their boots If thero Is to bo an extra session of congress to deal with threatened blows at the American export trade that is what It should bo called for and not to surrender the American tariff system at tho dictation of any one on more foreign nations Dut meanwhile as wo have said there Is an apparent significance In the Associated Press omclal pronun clahneuto that the industrial producers will do well to take note of Direct thrift revision has been postponed un til 1909 It In said but has Indirect revision also been postponed 7 Revision through reciprocity concessions to Germany and France would bo an easy form of revision It would also prove to be the very worst form that tariff revision could possibly take We do not assert that such le- the true Inwardness of the announcement of March C but we think It would be wise for those concerned to be on the lookout for developments- The Probable Reason The Washington Star professes great mystification as 1o the Influ cubes that have prevailed with Presi dent Roosevelt in keeping tariff revision In abeyance for something over two yearn punt Wo have an explana tion to offer which may help the Star everyday In search of u reason may go farther and faro worse DIFFICULTIES IN THE WAY Arrangement May Involve Destruc tion of Protective System As the provisional arrangement with Germany mado about a your ago whoroby Importations Into Germany from tho United States received the benefit ot tho minimum tariff would have expired noxt June with tho re suit ot exposing American merchan disc to the imposition ot a surtax and possibly of precipitating a tariff war It Is gratifying to loan that Ambas antler von Stcruburg has been author ized by his government to renew the existing understanding for a ported sufficiently extended to allow of thr negotiation of some permanent agree mont The basis of the negotiation it to be furnished by the North commie sloe which wont to Berlin several months ago to confer with tho Our roan tariff authorities and which lately returned bringing with It a report whoso contents have not yet boon pub Holy disclosed It Is this report which Is embodied In the treaty which the senate will bo Incited to ratify when congress reassembles It must bo said that tho duneultylGormany maximum and minimum schedules Countries which make concessions to Germany In their customs duties Rot tho benefit of the latter whllo to all others tho former are applied The difference between the two Is In many respects very considerable In some things It is so great as to exclude the products ot tho nonfavored country from the German market and hod tho discrimination been enforced against the United States trade would havo been injuriously affected Most Euro peen countries havo qualified for par ticipation In the minimum rates by A reciprocal reduction ot duty but the United States has thus far declined to enter Into any such arrangement and the chances that It will agree to do so In the near future are not worth con sidering Reciprocity seems fair and looks easy but ns soon as tho attempt Is made to apply the principle of It to practice Insurmountable difficulties are encountered Wo are naked to reduce the tariff rates on contain lines of Gorman production Why Ob viously In order that the German producer may be ounWed to sell bla product more largely In the American market Hut If he does that It mast bo at the expense of his American competitor because such articles as this country does not prodH e are nearly all on the free list Thus the proposition Is that certain American manufacturers shall bo excluded from the benefits of the protective system nut tbat system must be for oil or one so that the Ides of reciprocity teffteally involves Its deatrtwUoe The people who were sacrificed wwiW naturally go over to the other ride Another thing CoaeoacloM made to Germany In return for an abate meat In tho tariff could hardly be refused to Groat Britain which is our best customer and which on most of our merchandise chargo no duty whatever It will be son that the subject bristles with thorny potato Philadelphia Inquirer ANOTHER 3ALTON SEA CALA MITY THAT MIGHT HAPPEN Tariff Reformer And to know I did It with my reform shovel What happiness Is mine- Borrowed I from Germany Secretary Root In setting up the double tariff system as an Ideal elm ply borrows from German tariff pro cedure Germany can have no reason able icround for complaint If Instead of meeting her with special favors wo open to her tho benefit of a minimum schedule available for all comers such as she offers to us Not Germany but Great Britain Is tho largest buyer In American markets Great Britain Is also a largo market for German goods The British without a protective thrift ardent In a position to offer special favors Hut the fact that entrance to their markets Is absolutely freoas free to tho for eigner as to tho Drlton has caused Germany we understand to give the British the benefit of tho German min imum rate Were we to adopt tho German tariff system and give Ger many the benefit of our minimum schedule we would be under no obli gallon to Impose the maximum schedule on Great Britain nut would that be more satisfactory to Germany than our present course Plttsburg Chronicle What Was Promised The Republican party promised In 189C to restore the reciprocity policy Philadelphia Record But the promise was not of recip rocity In competing products It was l distinctly specified that articles received I from other countries under re ciprocity arrangements should be articles which we do not ourselves produce The Republican party has never promised reciprocity on any other basis It never will never can promise reciprocity In competing prod ucla until it shall first decldolo aban don the policy of protection a gn c Qt to WHISKYS EFFECT Does Not Give Strength to the Body Some people when tired tftke In J toxicating liquors feel loss weary and ro think the drink has given them strength What tho aKohol in the liquor really does Is to deaden the feeling of tiredness Vftrat tho timid onlng effect has passed away they are moro tired than over Hon Sir Mi clinch Foster who Is not RCuorallr considered a particular frlotid of the teetotal inavcnieut says It n gloss of bctr or wine or spirits does not give any fresh strength It whips up the strength given by kllt- ood Sir Frederick Troves says As a work producer alcohol lu 01pceedlngly extravagant and like other extravagant measures it Is apt to load to a physical bankruptcy It Is well known that troops cannot march on alcohol I was with the relief column that moved on to Uidysmlth It was an extremely trying Ume apart from tho heat of tho weather In that column of sonic 30000 men tho first who dropped out wore not tho tall men or tho short men or the big men or the little raon but tke i drinkers and they dropped out as clearly as If they had boon labeled with a bin letter on their backs Consistent Temperance Reformer iThe late Archbishop Tomjfto woe nn ardent temperance reformer IIe grasped tho true significance of thu temperance movement In a way that gave him an unbounded confidence In Its ultimate triumph and an uauag glng zeal In tho prosecution ot tie work Ills thought and practloo watt so perfectly hurmonlotui an to commend thorn to every right tbSnXttis man lily own views in Utkf srvpoet are clearly sot forth in Lilt own words 1 have been for year a Uxv totalor because I havo long Age learned the difference In dealing xiUt my followmen between Comm utona and Go along I hate long learned that If you want to loftO mesat you muM put yourself at thai head and that It U DO use to point out the path aad say I am going n mswl that ie good tor me but you go the rood that Ie rood for you If ywt realty desire to lead them yiro auK lead them In person and not simply In precept Doctors Against Alcohol LAUstlntnte a Fran oh Itotog the testimonies against alutbol given by medical men of omlneaoe They are quoted from tho Ftwujfi Journal Matins which has ftooBl them before the iwbllc with tho stew at forwarding the increment In Franco against absinthe and In the hopo that ultimately the goal of prohibition may bo reached Tbst ant cited Is Prof Dttbovo doyen of the medical faculty and his wonls mo an epitome of tho rest I have fought all my life against jtleohnUuui It III tho groat evil of our epoch To raise the tax on the drlultn that I produce these evils Is good to suj press their consumption altogether would be better- Temperance In Great Britain At the groat British national torn r peranco convention held In BL Au drews hall Glasgow recently about 2000 delegates being present strong resolutions were passed In fckvor of local option and others ovum moro forceful against any form of govern mental supervision or proprietorship There has never been held a conven tion In any part of Great Britain so varied In Its constituent elements and so united In its aim Consorvutlrot Homo Ruler Liberals and Socialism sat side by side Dlsscntctu anti members ot tho Church of England worked hand In hand A majority ot the members were laboring men now a few reformed men Joined lilt theso wore officers of civil municipala Itfes and pastors ot largo city churches CrusAde Against Tobacco Tho crusade against tobacco an well as liquor is spreading Tbo Bjracusu university distributes yearly about Dayhasscholarships will bo given to students who use tobacco or attend theaters I Ho declares that Young men who can afford to pay for needless Nannies ingfQrtheirthis pertinent stotpjiicnt Tho l man who uses tobacco Is a fool at least In this particular Ho ought to tako better care of his nerves and makea cleaner exhibit of himselfr EnglandThothe weapon of temperance evangelism ih I landTherein this country upon legislation and prohibitory measures than upon thin reclamatloft ot the Individual ro doubt the antl saloon movements of America are seizing tho idea nearer t- Its center than It has yet been COIK tjIKingdomloon Is a rootandbranch method that assures results once It has boon mailed practicable by tho support and en dorsement of the electorate cy THE CONGOS DIG CROCODILES Most Dreaded of the Pests of Cen tral Africa On tho diet rivers like tho Nile amt the Congo Uioro nro two serious poflU tho ono nnlmal and tho othor reptile Tho animal is tho unwieldy hippopotamus who Is novor so happy us when ho la upsetting dugout ca mica of fisherman or warriors It would Room as though ho wore In league with his sinister friend the crocodile who Is perhaps the most drCaded peat of central Africa Tho Congo especially swarms with oroco dllOH and many a night when the white mist settles at dusk on the bosom of the stream a sudden scream Headsman Dealing Stroke Crocodile rcnchoa tho NrI of mtaslonary trader whlto official seated on the vor amla of his bungalow Only too well chew men know what that sound moans Just outside tho Pillage and on the think of tho river aru staked enclosures within which the women may do such washing as Is necoaaary and hither too all mont tor uf tho family resort for coolness rather than cteanllnoM The sole purpose of thc o enclosures Is to keep out tho crocodiles Hut tho o hldooua and artful creatures will push tho wattles or twigs to ono i side with powerful snout and Jaw and crawl Insldo the enclosure there to lie in wait for some unsuspecting visitor Women perhaps form tho Kroatcnt number of victims because they frequently go down to tho river to draw water Can you Imagine thin scene at sun lIol7 The great river flows silently by tho village of huts lost In tho prime val jungle Very queer and quaint tho dwellings look resembling big brown mushrooms rather than houses Hero and there a lint is perched In a treetop and in it savage sentinel I keeps watch and guard over tho vII lag lest the slave raiders come down burning anti destroying and carrying off tbelr children for the markets of tho Mohammedan north It Is a n CONNECTICUT CANINE A HERO Catches Runaway Horses and Drives Them Back Owner Wlnstfd Conn Returning from Torrlngton the other night William Martinez cigar manufacturer anti tils wife wore thrown from their olclgh upon a avow bank when their home took fright at an Approaching train Their spaniel dog fed la tho sleigh tiroku loose and brought tho runaways back to their owners 1C minutes later The los had grabbed the dangling relax In Its teeth turned the horses round and Jumped to tho sleigh gent whom it sat with tho reins still in its mouth when tho team was returned to Mr and Mra Martinez Tho homo of tho late Helen M Whitney In West Sheffield Mass was destroyed by tire entailing a loss of 6000 Charles Connell superintend cat of tho Berkshire Hills company who occupied tho house was awaken ed by his bulldog which was standing over him barking licking his face and gently biting him The room was filled with smoke and the fire burned fiercely At first lie was unable to move and tho dog tugged away at the bed clothing in an endeavor to arouse 1i master With considerable difficult Council groped hIs way to a window which ho forced open and with tile dog crawled out lie only saved four pieces of silver wedding presents Mrs Connell was away on a visit I A Continuation Tho teacher was drilling her first rode on tho punctuation marks They camo to an exclamation point What is this asked tbo teacher No reply After some thought Earnest an ewered A long period Exports to England Increase Exports from tho United States to England last year reached 655025J f00 IICnD over 19p3 of stockaded and fenced village and white man might drift down the habllltaUQllasmoko wreathe curling up among the giant cottonwoods Toward evening a procession of women and girls mko theIr way down b the enclosures with hugo Jars up- On their heads or under their arms much as you have seen to Bible plo lured They wade out into tho water Suddenly ono gives a gasp and t scream A scaly head emerges from tho brownish yellow fluid and like a flash tho victim Is dragged under The whirling eddies nro tinged with trim son and then all is still Tho monster holdr his victim under water for four or five minutes until every movement has cOIVfI Then tho crocodile ho Is probably 8 feel In length swims to the other tfde ol tho river or at all events higher up past tho village lands with tho body and proceeds to devour It After such an occurrence says the New York Sun tho white man Is np pealod to for native upears and bom and arrows are feeble Weapons against tho scaly hide of tho monster An expedition is arranged for tilt following day and watch Is carefully sot White helmeted missionary o government officials climb trees ot Village Death to a or a to n a conceal themselves behind Innocent looking brushwood Hour pass In silence broken only by the scream of parrots the chatter- Ing of monkeys or the thud thud ot the elephant pods In tile swamp beyond tho untie brake Suddenly with a swish anti n swirl tho head of tile orooodllo comes awash and tho rep time crawls cautiously forth There In a flash of flame front a rifle barrel a sharp report and a nlckol coated bullet goes through tho creed dlles qjo and into his brain Ho shlv ors convulsively turns partly over two more flashes and then all Is still With a Joyous shout tho relatlvefl and frlonds of tho victim loop out from concealment and fall upon the common enemy They abuse tho dead crocodile with every harsh word In almorella ceremony This Is the cutting open of the mon ster An amazing array of sliver bracelets necklaces nnd Ivory orna ments Is sometimes recovered In this way showing that tho crocodile had killed and oaten four or five men and women These ornaments are return ed to their proper owners In the vil lage nnd tho skin Is sold to the high eat bidder RED TABLE CLOTH STOPS WRECK Womans Quick Wit Avert a Disastrous Crash Wlnsted ConnMrs Sylvester Rose who lives beside the tracks ol the Ntiugatuck division of tho New York New Haven rAll road Is Win steds most recent heroine She was sowing today when she observed with ono eyo tho lumber team of William Pfaefflln stalled at a grade crossing and with the other z train at high speed bearing down oa It from around a curve Tho plucky little woman did lore a moment Having no red coat at hand she seized a pettiI table cloth and waved It at tho engineer Pfaeffiin who could also sea her unhitched his horses record time- Edward 10I Bronnan the engineer the train was ablo to reduce his speed but not to stop Ills engine bit tho stalled wood sled with a crash that throw half of tho load In mid air and reduced the other half to kindlingFortunately the engine and cars remained on the rails Engineer Hrcnnau whoso noso was broken praised Mrs Rose for her quick wit Marjorie In Church Marjorlo Is a very little girl and consequently slue Is all the time bay- Ing new experiences This summer she has seen the circus for the first tlm and shortly after that thrilling experience she made her first appear ance at church Sho was very much interested In the service During the morning serv Ice they sang that beautiful hymn A Consecrated Cross Ill Hear to which she listened with a very earnest little face shJoaJoyedI heard em singing about a bear but I didnt see it It was a crated crosseyed bear too and they dJdal have that kind at the cirri 14 Wv244 +X4444S+4444444- 4JOSEPH FAITHFUL i IN PRISON 2 v Scaitj School testes for April 28 1907 Speew prepared for this paper VwSvvw 4+il 44444444 IKK8ON TKXT Gen 3920 4015 mem ory vanes Sis OIDUN TRXTDe thou faithful un to death ami I will give thce a crown of lire1tevlpflM1yTldrteen or yfnrn H C 1T31T18 Usher Ten In slavery and throe In risonlIACEIt la not certainly known In what city of Bgypt 1otlphar dwelt Tra dillon hog HxiHl on On coiled by the Grcrk Ilrlloitolls the City of the Sun Os tho scene alike of Abraham visit to Egypt of JoMphB captivity and of tho rducatlon If nut the birth of MOBCB Oth era and with more apparent probability rexird Zoan or Tanli near the land of Goshen as tho abode of Pharaoh Ulalklc Comment and Suggestive Thought The Dark Cloud of Slavery den 3910 In tho anguish of his soul Joseph was carried away past lila fa thers green valley and deep well past Ills mothers grave past tho very homo at Hebron on tho distan- theightsTonikins Tho lad must have thought with keen grief of his father and Leah and Dinah In their dark shady tents behind those hills and of the little redchecked laugh Ins Benjamin running out and in Bird Put yourself In Josephs place Tho fondling of his father with servants to walt on his every with and now lathed to too side of a wagon In a slave caravan and with the whistling whip of his Ishmacllto owner laid on his shoulder Whyte The Dark Cloud of Temptation Gen 39712 In Potlphars house Jo Bcph was exposed to tho sorest temptation that can befall any ono to sin and prosper rather than resist and sufforCelkle Josephs Is the history of a man who kept his heart puro and tender and who thereby gained that wisdom which cornea only to tho puro In heart Charles Kings Icy Light from the Cloudl How brightly shone Josephs character In the prptenco of this shameful propos al Ills answer at once took tho highest ground 1 recognizing tho fact that the deed would be a sin against God and 2 that It would bo base treachery toward bin kind master Ando ho did the best tiring poMlbJe ho ran away from tbo tempt Toss though bo must leave leis coat In her hands It Is better to lose n good coat than a good con JJenrI Gen of Poll In her feeling Illustrates Miltons keen ob nervaUon that lust dwells hard by hate Dods Her shameless ac cnsatlon of Joseph to her husband was tho harder for hftn to bear because Ihu accused him with tho very sin that ho had refused to commit This abominable misrepresentation to tho master who had trusted him so Im illicitly was the darkest cloud that ever hung over Joseph Light from the Cloudlt is most striking to see how Joseph out of pity for his master refrained from ac casing tho wicked woman Moro men could bo found who could thus have spoken to Potlphars wife than who could have kept silent when ac cused by Potiphar For his purity you will find his equal one among a thou sand for hla mercy scarcely one Expositors lllblc The Dark Cloud of Imprisonment V 20 And Josephs master put him into prison That he did not nt onco order him to a capital pun ishment could only be because he had not the power ot putting slaves to death nialklo Or perhaps Poll phar did not really believe his wifes accusations Dut at any rate Jo sephs lot was terrible Pea 10518 speaks of the fetters and chains en tering Into his flesh In Gen 4015 Joseph speaks ot tho prison literally as a hole The Dark Cloud of NeglectVs 51C V 5 They dreamed a dream both ot them It is not surprising that three nights before Pharaohs birth day these functionaries of the court should have recalled in sleep the parts they themselves used to play in the tlvalExposltors Bible V 8 There Is no Interpreter 17n Egypt It was the business of men trained for the purpose called in Gen 418 magicians and wise men to In terprct dreams and to such the butler and the baker could have no access from their prison Elllcott Do not interpretations belong to God A glimpse ot Josephs real humility Loyalty to Jehovah in that heathen land he made essentially the same re ply when asked by Pharaoh to in terpret his dream two years later Gen 4116 Note that Josephs willingness to interpret tho dreams of his fellow prisoners proves that ho still believed in his own that among his other qual ities he had this characteristic also ot- a steadfast and profound soul that he reverenced as a man the dreams of his youthDudsThe of tho butler inex cusable as it was left Joseph in the prison until tho moment came when he would be needed fpr a work of stu pendous Importance While Gods purposes were slowly ripening in the world outside Josephs character als was ripening into strength and self discipline within the dungeon walls rJ IL Miller If the cupbearer had reported Josephs cage to the kink earlierJIll does not seem that Pharaoh would have done more for him than transfer him to some other department In which he would have been stllla slaveW M TajJor BIG REWARD OFFERED DY HEAD PENNSYLVANIA SYSTEM FOR TRAIN WRECKERS A LARGE SECRET SUM IS READY For Railroad Employes Who Capture the Gang Or Any Member While at Work Philadelphia April 9As a result of a secret conference by President McCrea of the Pennsylvania railroad and attended by all tho vice presi dents General Manager Attorbury heads of tho dctoctivo force of the road and prirato detective officials extra ordinary efforts are to bo put In force to discover tho gang responsible for the train wrecking outrages of the last six weeks President McCrea himself will go to Plttsburg to superintend tho campaign against the wreckers and besides offering a reward ot 5500 for in formation leading to their arrest a largo secret reward is ready for the railroad employes who capture the gang or any member while at work So convinced is President McCrea that ho has to face a most critical situation that ho Insisted upon being at the center of tho disturbed district ready at any moment to be called upon for immediate action The conference was held in the Ar cade building opposite Broad Street station where the detectives gathered One by one the detectives were smuggled across tho bridge into the depot and every attempt was made to prevent even the fact that there was a conference from being known Upon the heels of tho treating came tho report of tho now attempt at Alli once 0 and one ot tie first things reported by the detectives was that they had definitely found that tho wreck of the 18hour Chicago flyer at Mineral Point recently was tho work of the wreckers Tho last information was what decided President McCrea to go to Pitts burg and take charge of the investiga tion Two features of the measures to be employed against wreckers and agreed upon are A largo secret reward for the cap turo of the wreckers Orders to all guards and detectives to shoot to kill at sight any person found tampering with track or switchesMixing of secret servicemen among nil foreign settlements along the road and about Pittsburg ACCUSED OF KILLING WIFE Womans Body Found Lying On FloorI With Bullet Wounds In Breast New York April 9Dr Samuel S Guy a prominent dentist of Far Rock away and for a number of years coroner of Queens borough is under arrest charged with the murder of his wife In their home Tho womans body was found lying on the dining room floor with two bul bronstI as ho was an a serv ant came screaming from one of the j doors and hytorlcally told a policeman that her mistress was dead Will Not Be Hanged Jefferson City Mo April 9Thesentences of death imposed on Mrs Aggie Myers of Kansas City and Frank Hottman of Hlgglnsvllle Mo who were convicted of having murdered tho womans husband Clarence Myors In 1904 were commuted by Coy Folk to Imprisonment for life They will at once be brought to the state penitentiary here Mrs Myers is confined in tho Clay county jail at liberty and Holtman is confined in the Kansas City jail Shot the Officer Joplin Ma 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Lulu D Grover of 20S9 Lexington avenue No petition was flied with the will and the value of President Roosevelt bequest is therefore unknown Engineer Killed Six Injured Vlnnemucca Nev April 9 Passeu gel Train No4 east bound ran into A split switch at Drowns 6u the South era Pacific railway collldlug with sty oral freight cars and pas ditched The Bgineer was killed and six Injured to TTTT1 x 1155 Berea College IJMJ FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in roach of all Over 50 Instructors 1017 students frern 27 states f Largest eollega library In Kentucky Rf SALOONS Oc A special teacher for each grade and for tack nnia subject 9jmany classes that each student can bo placed with otkers LUc klcas where he can make most rapid progress 1 Which Department Will You Enter chineUbraryDrawiagSingingLent etc Free text books TRADBCOURSES for any who bar finished iftk grade flu P tions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Print Iii ing Woodwork Nursing 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upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays in This great the rifts el Christian and patriotic people who are supportingBerea ia cider thai I it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect tho character and reputation of tho young people Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and improve For any who may bs tick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra chargeAll except those with parents in Berea lire in College buildings and assist in work of boarding and shops receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except in win ter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment to as to earn from CO cents te one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing lavadry postage books ete vary with different people Berea favors clothing Our climatJis the best but as students must e regardless c weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes art l The Cooperative Store furnishes books toilet work uniform ucrarticles at cost artideaj Itforthe fall and 150 ia winter For room furnished fuel lights wash tng of bedding 40 cents a week ia taU sad spring 10 cents ia winter Sctoo Fees are two First a Dollar Dept u guarantee return of room key library books etc This k but enoe and forIreturned when the student departs Second an Incidental Foe to help on expenses for taro of school I buildings library eta Students pay nothing for tuition or services of ttacliersall our instruction is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students is 500 a term 400 ia lower Model Schools 600 ia courses with Latin and 700 ia Collegiate courses Payxeat nut fce hm advisee incidental and rooa rent by the term board by the month Install meets are as follows I Fer Wiater Tua19 weekFIt day 17W besides 91 deposit 28th day t6oo 50th day 600 total ttf If paid all im advance 28 For Spring Terns 10 weeJraFlntday 1440 21th 540 56th day 270 total 2250 If paid all in advaaoe 22AO The two tenuttojetbtr pail for ia advance at a reduction ef 250 making only 4900 t Laager Wiater Tern 10 weekFirst day 2000 Sth daya9000 56th day 000 84th day 540 total 3800 If paid la advance 3700- Refunding Students excused to leave tefen sad ef term receive I beck all they hare advanced on board and room except that no allow anti is made for any fraction of a week and a fee of fifty cents is 1 charged for leaving the boarding hall ant fifty cents for laavInga room la term tim There laDO refunding of incidental foe- It Pays te Stay When you hays made jour jonraay sad are well ttarUd in school it pays to stay as long as postibls The rant Day of winter urea is January I 1807 Per wonaUos er friendly advice write te the Secretary t WILL riBEREAKENT That Premium Knifeetakes the eyes of the men and boys who see it The mountain J people like a thing when see it nUll to get a 75 cent knife with two blntlea of razor steeland n dollar ia f3inThe Knife and The Citizen forji One Dollar i Thai brings in subscriptions all ihetimej See full premium 1or1Jf q7 n u fTHE HOME I Helpful Suggestions Whon you are frying eggs put a sprinkling of flour in tko pan Tho egg will not sputter and will brown bettor If you will set tho dishpan with its ears at front and back instead of at the sides as you stand facing it thero will be fewer nicked If tho kettle of stew beans preserves or whatever you may bo cooking becomes scorched set it off immediately into a pan of cold wattor and the flavor will not be spoiled as would surely be the case wore you tot empty it nt once in the usual way When your scissors are dull and you havent any way of getting them andIcut on it a or more times You will be pleased and surprised at the result of this very j simple operation Rubber bands aro most useful for keeping sleeves out of tho way when doing housework Pull the sleeves up as far as you want themr to remain and slip the bands around your arms over the sleeves whitingiolean water dry with a soft cloth and polish with a picco of chamois Paint cleaned in this way looks as nice as new and the most delicato tint is not injuredAmerican Farm World ITHE SCHOOL I Problems of the District School lly 1rof Dlntmore Part 2Thlnrs To Be Kept In Mind 5 Keep School well Classified It is an important condition of success that every pupil should be in tho place best suited to his advancement Everybody likes to do the things he can do well while but few enjoy tasks that are beyond thorn Let n pupil remain for a time in an arithmetic olass that is too difficult for him and the chances are he will como to de pise the study It is humiliating to be dull and plodding and lacking in grasp while others are making headway and enjoying it Spend some time andmuch tact in convincing such a student that he is outclassed and that higherConstantThe reading classes usually form the basis for classification This is gradesinshould be in the reading class where he will get the most good Readi ness in reading is not the only basis on which to classify If a student has 1IfagainIfreading until he catches up He will not learn anything worthwhile in the old reader he probably knows it by heart at least there is nothing new or fresh in it What ho needs is practice in new upthosegradedSomemake rapid strides others drag behind In such cases it requires the ut most tact and diligence to keep the class together Keep the ready cues busy by giving them outside problems give most of the class time to the slow ones Tax yourself to make it interesting Think up every day problems to illustrate principles take one step at a time explaining each until it is grasped Patience porseverence and kindness will win the bat tlo By and by the light will dawn the frowns disappear and the student t go on his way rejoicing This is far better than telling the student the work processIten causes pupils to leave school and give up their education when a su promo effort on the part of the teacher would save them It may be necessary occasionally to put a student back the occasion being that he missed important partS that cannot be gotten in any other way Where ever it is possible to help the pupil forward It is better than going over old ground a second or third time If any one criticises you for giving too chieflylfrom being devoured by the wolves 0 Rules and Regulations No institution can bo run without rules regulations the morning dressing cooking eating sleeping are all done with regularity betterIJopen every at a set time not a minute earlier nor a minute later BO that pupils may know just what to depend upon The same everythingTheThe school should be so well organized and its regulations followed so naturallyiITHE FARM I The Farmers Interest In Pure Seed We noed but to recall tho many happy days in our own lifo spent in the corn field to realize the fact that much of the farmers most valuable time is spent in killing weeds and yet it is true that a large part of the most common weed seed is sown along with the farm crops The fact that it is usually sown with grass and clover makes the matter worse as it gets a chance to get a years growth without being disturbed There are more than 100000 clover seeds in one pound end if this is 5 por cent impure the farmers who sow 15 pounds to tho acre sows 300000 weed seed aloC which havo an equal chance with the crops among which e they grow When harvesting time comes he will have not only 300000 growing weeds but millions of seeds which are sure to remain on the ground He will also find that his hay crop is from ten to fifteen per cent naturallyfollows plantIng made a great mistake I The important question is How can the farmers secure good clean seed f All fair demands in trade are found to bo met and if buyers will keep 1 demanding good seeds they will got them There are four important rules which every farmer should observe J 1 Always buy from reliable firms t 2 Avoid cheap grades as we can not expect to raise a first class- I crop from a second class seed 3 Demand a statement of tho percent of good seed to wood seed from every seedsman from which we buy 4 Always test tho seed This can be done by mixing the seed i very thoroughly taking a small toaspoonfull and counting the nunber of seeds present If you count COO seeds and 25 of them aro weed seed the f seed is 5 per cent impure Several tests should be made if you desire the test to be accurate More About Seed Choosing The question has been asked about what was said last week on choosing seed corn What is the best ways to pick out the ears which we wish to save f cornjears Allow this spot to ripen thoroughly and choose then ears before the stalks are cut As far its possible choose from the stalks why ch contain two ears t ooSotlosootloMootloeoSofEoso Eighth Kentucky g fHistory i i Thrllllnc Story of the Iltrt this On 0 Innt took In the Civil War 0 oeoioeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoiCIIAITER On calling the roll the 25th we found eightyeight of our charge be longed to the Tennessee and in nc cordance with Shermans order wo took charge of tho remaining prisoner and started to General Scofields De partment of the Ohio on the extreme right wing Feeling refreshed we re traced our steps westward but soon discovered all the right wing of the army on another flank immanent to the right and It was 4 p m we came up with General btforeI staff bivouacked Colonel sent his provost guards PlIkhulfltI fIelds headquarters with ones and again we had short relief from the bounty Jumpers hut early the 26th the provost guards returned to us ninetyeight of our soaJIawngs that evidently belonged to the army of the Potomac At the same time wo took charge of one hundred rebel prisoners some of them captured the evening before One of them in timated to me that ho should take the oath to Uncle Sun and quit the south forever Said he Ill tell yer of wo oouldat stop your nnmy from flanking jlS at Itaxioa or Altoona taint no use to try it south of Ken saw and thatll be abandoned before tomorrp I asked him how he knew Well jtaterday mornln we had orders to kelp everything peek ed up ready for a move and weve heard that order sa often we nil know dd well It means retreat Arriving at pig Shanty at 1 p m we cooped our prisoners up in empty box cars and arrived In Chittanoov at midnight of the 27th Escorted our prisoners to a large church during s heavy rain and thunder storm end were relieved wet and hungry Some of the Eighth boys remarked Truln guard duty alnt no durned soft thing after all- About the let of July our senior surgeon John Mills was assigned the position of medical director of the large field hospital on Quneron Hill several hundred recently wounded patients having arrived from the front who were wounded In Shermans un successful assault on Keneaaw Moun tainAll the garrison at ChnUnnoogA were up at arms on the morning of the Fourth of July General Pillow with a force of the enemy having been retorted near Iafayt to The 4th as the sun rose over Mission Ridge In accordance with General Stoodmana order at tho sig nal gun a 100pounder every stfom whistle of locomotives steamboats an shops about tho city simultaneously rent the still morning air with a rain lag schreechlng sound mere unearthly than the writer ever oxn 5U4 to hear Nine salutes and screams were reputed at noon nnd sunset mixing the mountain walled valley echo ns I then thought and hoped the don h knell of the confederacy and rebellion Tho day was celebrated by same offi cers soldiers and loyal citizen by a picnic and dancing fandingo nt Lookout Mountain From the picket sta tion I viewed tho pleasure seekers with a field glass joyous groups of shoulderfdBtrappcd and bluecoated men and country maidens tripping their light fert In unison with the lively music contrasted with tho boa tile scenes enacted on tlw same grounds seven months previous when our boys treated the frowning rebels with cold lead and now their smiling sisters to expensive ice cold lemon ade About this time General Stoadman issued orders that all male citizens living between Chattanooga and Dal ton within three miles of the rail rood should come In and establish their loyalty or ba compelled to leave the country This seemingly harsh order was erased by the fre- Quent obstructions found placed on the railroad tracks and believed by the general to have been dons by citizens or those harbored by them These sweeping orders roused the now excited country people to flock into the city by scores Ono very ho- ti1Irin July out picket guards es coated to headquarters over two hundred Many of these once Elave owning aristocrats whose love for the divine Institution of tho south and hatred for Yankees hid kept them from the city for many months now came smiling up to the picket line their fair daughters availing hum selves of this rare opportunity to once more come to the city to do a little shopping though truth compels me to say that tho majority of them came on foot The reader must remember that even tho wealthy farmers here had by tho urgent demands for horses for the waning confederacy been left without even the proverb ial army mule At the picket station these wouldbe aristocratic1 ladles usually halted under our friendly shade to cool shake off the dust and rest Many were the sighs nnd wishes utado by them for the return of the good old happy days before the war i when they could rile In Uio old fam ily carriage with the dressed up dirky driver perched on top lint alas for rebellions folly tho slays of slivery had bedu numbered and the mpro chattel would come out of all this blood eurnngo and suffering of merry Innocent people a nun with nocillal equal rights But few citizens from the country and seventy from the city were ordered north TO BE CONTINUED I NEWS OF KENTUBKY firsley Told Information Concerning Matters of Current Interest- to Kentuckian ME STATE NEWS IN A NUTSHtLL Mere Are Found Accurately g talld the Happenings of the Lirgeet Im port Which Are Attracting Alton tion Throughout Kentucky Lexington Ky April 13 Attorney Floyd Byrd for tho prosecution of William Hrltton said today that John Abnor who Is charged with tho as sassination of Dr n D Cox had written a s atomont and sent It to him Uyrd giving details of his part In the Hreuthltt county murders ftut that he had rofused to accept the confession as ho had evidence onough to convict all tho defendants without promising Abner Immunity from prosecution for his turning states evidence A TRAIL OF DLOOD HarQlsCockrlll Feud Claims Another Victim noattyvlllo Ky April IGClny Thomas was arrested In Owslay coun ty Sunday and lodged In jail horo for tho murder of Jesse Abner In this sounty Thursday night Thomas says Abner struck him with a rock and como near knocking him aft his hors and that he drow his re volver and shot him Tho killing Is the result of the HarglsCockrlll feud In which John Abner a relative Is a control figure The men aro known to havo quar robed hero at tho time John Abner was In Jail charged with tho assassination of Dr Cox and Thomas had no Bused Abner with having been against the Ilarglses It Is said there was no ono In tho road at tho time Abner was killed Abner belongs to a prominent family his undo William Abner be- Ing one of tho wealthiest men Ih this lection Murder Trial Continued Lexington Ky April 11Aspecial from Doattyvllle says that tho eases against D F French John Smith and John Abner charged with tho assassination of Jamqs U Marcura were continued until a special term In August on motion of the defense Doth sides wanted the postponement because of tho trial of Dill Dritton here on charge of assassination of James Cockorill the witnesses being practically tho same In both cases Noted Drood Mare Dud Lexington Ky April 12 Paronelln ono of the most noted brood mares In Kentucky died today at Colonel R C EstlHs Elmhurst farm while foaling a colt by Director General Paranel la was fifteen years old and was tho dam of hells J throcyearold Futurity winner Kentucky Todd the two fearold 1906 Futurity winner Country Jay Judgo Parkor Ormonde and other celebrities of tho turf Henry Clays Grandson Dead Lexington Ky April 10 Thomas H Clay a grandson of Henry Clay and a wellknown Kentuckian Is dead at his homp hero Mr Clay was C5 years old and for many years was ono of the editors of oho Youths Com panion in Boston He had devoted much of his time In into years to writing and had nearly completed a biography of his grandfather Heirs of Dr Cox File Suit Lexington Ky April 12Sult has been flied at Jackson Droathltt coun ty by tho heirs of Dr D D Cox demanding 00000 damages from Judge James Hargis Ed Callahan Asbury Spleen John Smith and John Abner for alleged responsibility for tho as tasslnatlon of Dr Cox Tho Dill lint ton feud murder trial was opened hero yesterday Three Miners Killed Denttyvllle Ky April 12E D Montgomery his tenyearold son and Rolly Hall all mine workers wore fatally Injured by an explosion of pow der at Richardsons coal mlno Tho elder Montgomery was carrying a keg of blasting powder when a spark from his miners lamp fell In It and the ex plosion followed Tho men wore badly mangled Wanted to See His Mother Columbus O April IThe desire to BOO his mother was responsible for thp capture of Edward Lovlner who deserted nlno years ago from the sev enteenth United States Infantry when that regiment was stationed at San Fernando Philippines Lovener was taken Into custody a tow minutes after ho loft tho homo of his mother in this city early today Alcohol From Sweet Potatoes Sweet potatoes are more used than anything else to mako alcohol with In tho Azore Islands aan l rstndents Journal I Containing Breezy Notes coming Events And TriAls And Triumphs of Bere Students I jt JThe College bisehill loam mule n trip to WIllLuusburg last week and played two jswnes The game on Fri day lies with WlllltunsburR IiMtltme and tho Institute won 02 Siturdajs same wua with Highland College find Uero won 175 Five of tho Hlghlan College team were former Heron stu dents The Hlghhind College team plays a return bone hero next week Wednesday Barns team this year Is probably tho boat she has over lutU There will iloubtlcre be a big crowd to see the game next Wednesday UtA Itappa Tho surface of D K Society may appear to be very rough yet when one goes up the Incline to the summit of Mt Logan and looks out over the broad expanse he realizes Ulltl II K Is a large thrifty nnd flourishing society Looking in ono direction he will see tho octal Oldflild covered with n well known orchard of dsltelous I Mwta P1 lea which every one likes Look big In another direction be will behoM a large Cole mine and a larger aId iron bed Htyoad thefo mines be will see a smaller and much younger Cole mlno which at Hs rapid rate of laortuee will soon grow to exceed the former one The young men that have attained title summit and view thus wife ex panse of knowledge have seen the Cable of kind deals that bln 8 II 1C together They have done from this high summit to higher wnnmHe footing More enlightened by the omtiena cad de bates they have heard by the ath letic tvtnt they bare seen sad token part In and by Ute nraetke they have acquired They will no more look DhUny but will wear tie looks of kllOWltd + lId everywhere they lID tip will rtnml ready to Sbarelt with th lr frtemla Every Newman that comes tale Demi will by eoareralng with throe gradiiatea of D 1C and tookta Solo their lives realize that II K to a strong society He will deride at owe that there le something In It for him end win enlist as a member that In 4 few years he may weir this eatne ln trllawnt took Speech of lion innfr Corn Ilk Itra- 1lijK0 VVIlltl before the nil I rlln SHIrt j Lndlts And Gentlemen At yoor cbjslrmaa evid Mly dose not know enough to Introduce me to the audience I will take that M8tta0tfteb honor upon myself 1 am the tight honorable Bbsnezer Cbrnellk dlreaor of the Dog Holler Sohooj DtotrW President of the hue med liter any Society and now mndkMo for Congress on the ofNee gobble ticket I also have the unanimous endorse ment of the Imperial order of human blow gUM Wy object and nnibMlin In appearing before yon thla evening Is to enlighten you on some of t e hv sues of ponderous magnJlude tones tlon which confront us at the present time The tariff Is the gre U urwet tied chestnut of the age If elected to Congress I l ball do all In my power to demolish free trade It IB difficult for n great mUll bet of people to comprehend this question but my knowledge Is BO profound that I can mike It to you na your a b s- It operates like this if you hang your coat on a fence and leuve It awhile and a tramp makes an oxah nge with you you havo no recourse for that in free trade If n mm wants to trade a mule for your wife youve got to trade bemuse you are living- in a free trade country Any man in free to trade on any terms he wishes and you cant sock a tariff on him Dont you think a little slice of pm tectlon would go pretty good ubout then Most assuredly Who wants such a dtabollail system only Ihe chicken thieves tho counterfeiters end horse traders Now I am a plain hayseed former and over In Kansas I ustor raise the biggest Kurslan thistles and wild sun flowers thAt was raised in tho state and that Is saying a good deal for Kansas Is a mighty good state tor grarahoppers and army worms But that alnt the only way for It takes a mighty good state to produce throo such smart men as SDckless Jerry Simpson Bliss Mary Lease and myself I was elected to the legislature In Kansas once and made a splendi ferous fight against womans suffer age I thought It would bo wrong to Impose jurrlo duties on the women make them go to war und walk In mans boots generally I guess the women thought so too for when I thrived home they made me the moat prominent man In town roost sought for anyway They got a keg of tar and a lot of those feather and then kindly begged for an Interview Talk about womans sufferage I thought it would be than sufferago If they caught me So I ommlgrated that Is why I favor foreign ommlgratlon Continued Next Week f BMEF DISPATCHES TUESDAY ExMayor Weir of Lincoln Neb died of heart failure In tho automobile f a friend The special series of stamps to commemorate the founding of Jamestown will bo issued beginning April 1C The Interstate commerce commis sion line held that express companies cannot give franks to railroad omclals There was no lighting at tho capture 1A of Puerto Cortex Honduran troops having Abandoned tho town before tho NIoanMrunns arrived That tho Isle of Pines In not Amer tORn territory has been officially and judicially declared by the supremo court of the United States Dr Samuel 8 OUT for four years coroner of Queens borough shot and killed his Wits In bis home at New York Thfc doctor l In Jail The agreement between thirtyone railroads west of Chicago and tho Llrotherltood of Locomotive Firemen and BnflnMnen has been signed WEDNESDAY Commander Peary purposes to make another attempt this summer to roach the North role The Minnesota hone of represents lives ttiaed coaenrreMt resolutions In dardnc President Roosevelt for a third term A sneakthief stole J1700 from the paying tellers cage of the State Na tional bank at St Louts and escaped undetected Tie Texas legislature has passed a law absolutely prohibiting the opera lion at bucket shops ootlan exchanges Ior say dealings In futures In Texas The Jury in Ute Margaret Leslie murder MUM at Chicago returned n vtntlel of guilty Howard Nlcholu was given Ufo Imprisonment and IMMrd Leopold was sentenced to fourteen yonra In prison- THURSDAY Harry HofNNMoM of Kentucky has bota appointed eklitf clerk of the internal KTOTOO bureau A cumber of prawtMat plow man ufacturers of Ute Wet bare organ tad the NaHoaal Plow association 14Ir Lore hat boon elected presi dent of the Delaware d Hudson com pany In place ot David Wllloox re riCMNL The president boa appointed W Tyler a aefroof Columbus OhioI to be auditor of Ute treasury for tho navy deyt rtLOoveraor Campbell vetoed upon oooatltntlonal aronada UM Santa Fo railroad oonapHdaUon bill which n- oeutly pawed Ute Texas legislature The death of hmdrods of cattle throughout Cuba aa a result of tho continued drouth la reported Cuba baa not had a good rain since October FRIDAY The Mleklfu ledalabint has passed n two sut railroad fare Mil Nausea City wants the national Ho publican convention In INS The death la announced of Prlnco Oolytaln a former viceroy of the Cau eaw7ehe president of Salvador Is sending 10000 men against Nicaragua to re- ne the combat In the country at large tho government moat Inspection force now num bers more then 2MM I e Two hundred persons were drowned In floods which swept through tho val toy of the Vardar river In Turkey A rigid Inquiry into tho operation of all the Immigration stations of the country baa been Instituted by Secretary Straus The report of tho bureau of animal Industry for th fiscal year 1905 shows that 10421012 animals Ware Inspect od at slaughter in that yoar- SATURDAY Governor Polk of Missouri has granted respites to six won sentenced to be hangedaKing IMward and King Victor Em manuel Instead of meeting at Valctta will BOO each other at Naples Fourteen miners wore smothered to death In n fire In tho mlno of DEstral las mining carp at El Oro Mox Business failures for the week number 104 against 137 last week and 1C1 In tho like week of 1000 President Ilonllln of Honduras has surrendered his forces to tho Nlcara URns and the Central American war Is over Russia Is assembling troops on the Persian frontier for a demonstration which it IK tonight will soon bo nec essaryWilliam T Stead talking on Inter national pcaco severely scored tho newspapers saying They are tho real disturbers and the cause of wars MONDAY Secretary of War Taft and party have arrived nt San Juan P R John W Yorkos has resigned tho position of Internal rovonuo commis stoner Firo destroyed almost tho entire business section of Alpine TJox Tho total losses will reach 100000 Premiers of almost nil tho British colonies have arrived In London to attend the fourth colonial conference which assembled today Commander R E Penny will start from Now York tn July 1 for another voyago to the far north In another at tempt to roach the polo James IL Eckels president of tho Commercial National bank of Chicago comptroller of tho currency during Clevelands second administration Is dead T 10 BERT I CROW rUREW A REVOLVER AND SHO1 HIMSELF THROUGH STOMACH WAS A FRIEND OF HARRY K THAW It b Believed Jeromes Address To Jury In Murder Trial Caused Him 4 To Lose His Reason Plttsbursr April nWllh her nuns outstretched toward a tlor ot boxes In tho Grand Opnra House Ethos Levoy divorced wife of Goorgo M Co ton starjted to sing the chorus of Unrequited Love At tho samo lima Robert M Crow aged 25 a stockholder and officer In several banks Including thn Union Trust Co owned by II C IYIck aroso Ina a revolver troughand shot himself the ttomaoh f Tho liouao wa crowded to Us ca pacity tho majority bolng women Without mlsslag a note Mjaa Levey llnlushcd tier rang as Crow tumbled over and almost toll out of tho box Until the employe rushed to tho box the audience thought the shooting was part of Miss Ixsvoyn act When 4ifllc tr3 picked up tho dying man thoro was a panic and doirplto the singing- of MlM Levey women battled to get out and a nuntbor resolved alight hurts It vas tho most dramatic happening In the history of Pittsburgh ploy lou cti According to W C MoEldow nor president ot the Union Trust Co Grow had no causo to shoot himself Ho WOH rich had no troubles a bcauU I11d homo and a loving wire and why selected A box In a crowded theater 0I attempt to end his life Is not J knownIt dental by Mils Levey that f ahd even knew Crow who Is dying q Tba display of nerve by Miss Levey was most remarkable Whllo singing she laW Crow dray tho revolver rise imt of his chalrand fire tho fatal shot rea site continued her act I acted as spy other profcwsloanl would said Miss Iovey To cease would cause attention to the box and n pOMtblp panic I was scared of nmnw and teal afujly about tha nuns act I am glad no earlout panic TMUltWl Crow was an Intimate friend ot Harry K Thaw Ills relatives declare the Thaw testimony aggravated an ntiuMtit from which ho had been iuf forfng for yenta It is believed the ad dross of Jennno causal hint to low hto reason entirely JURY HOPLESSLY DIVIDED No Likelihood of a Verldct Delng E Reached Wednesday Night f New York April llA tow minutes utter 11 oclock Wednesday night Jut tleA FStrgwaU called up Captain I yneh of tho court police squad on the telephone and asked it there was any likelihood ot a verdict being reach during tho night- Recelving a n gatlvo reply ho nr itorod that the Jury bo locked up in tho jury room until Thursday morning j at 1030 oclock It Is said tho Jury If honplessly di r vided It Is bollved however that should 4 the Jury reach a verdict Wednesday night Justice Fitzgerald will consent to como down town Thursday morningt At an earlier hour than that sot Wed Meiday t SQUANDERED ASSETS t And Little Is Left For Depositor et Banking Company Ikxton April nThat more than 1 iso9 a00 paid Into tho defunct Provi rtcnrStcuriUoa and flanking Co was t squandered by tho directors of tho company and that lets than 5000 remains is the allegation ot tho re ceivers of tho conigany who flied a re port In the supreme judicial court Tho receivers charge that 243462 of which UIIG76i was paid In by de positors W35 wasted squandered and X JOlltby the directors The receivers 1state that the assets are loss than 1 1000 and that tho liabilities amount 1o 2 S331 t Kalter Wljhelm Close Call t Berlliv April 11 Emperor Wllllaraa 7 hauKouri by his dexterity In liaadllng olfHorortvat on way to a r military breakfast that tho autonio 4 3110 driver In rounding a sharp turn found a heavy transport wagon block w tug bls way Tho chauffeur threw on lids brakes hard and the car 11dd- dodtcaualnJ tho emporor to lose his equi librium Ho was Uninjured however and the car proceeded Secured 50000 Va hington April 11 Andrew Can itoglo will help In bringing to JusUc tho persons who coerced tho tate r Galuslm Sow out of lilt possessions just before ho died They secured l tiboui 50000 Twenty Millions Starving London April ILDr Kcnnard a commissioner ot tho Society of Frlondi r who was sent to Investigate the Run G slan famine says Thera are 20000 000 people In tho southejutern pmt tnccs Russia who without aid eat not live to see another harvest Lake Steamer Sunk SThtteanwrby Ice and sank In South Arm laiC while hosed from East Jordan to Cltt i sag a load ot lumber uwnej bj thlll East Jordan Lumb3r Co TRAPPED LIKE RATS IN TWO CARS FIFTEEN PERSONS VICTIMS OF THE CANADIAN HORROR Broken Rail Hurls Train Over Em Embankment Paetengers Roasted In Burning Coaches Ft William Ont April 1Theworst wreck In the history of tho Canadian Pacific railroad occurred near Chaplcau SOO miles east of here Fit teen persons are missing and are bo HoVLd to havo been burned to death In tho conches Tho wreck was cawed by a broken rail which ditched tho train tho two tourist cars rolling down an embank mont into n small lako below Passengers fought their way through tho flames and a number of people In the coaches were pulled out badly burned but still alive Most of the passengers received more or less scrl ous Injuries Pvuongers from the steamship lien sington were corning to the Dominion under the aucplce of tho Salvation Army the Kensington having been chartered by tho army Thorn also were passengers on tho boat who were assisted by tho church army and It li believed that two of tho children who porlshcil In tho wreck wore bo leg emit to Canada undor Uio auspices and with tho assistance of that organi zation The train was duo to arrive hero nt 9 oclock It was In two sections tho mall nnd baggage cars being la the first section with a number of BocondclasB passengers This was the train which Involved In the catas trophe Tho train was due at Chap leount C oclock Montreal April 1Thc following statement was issued by Vlco Presi dent Nlcoll of the Canadian Paclflc railwayAbout 22 miles west ot Chapleau Out the westbound transcontinental train which loft Montreal on Tuesday morning was Partly derailed caused bjr a broken tall Five cars ran down an embankment and caught fire said ib have bean caused by tho cooking adore Nino adults and six children arc musing Following are tho names given r William Dar London England Winifred and Susan Horton Charing loath Kas C It Goldlng his brother and his brothers wife and two chil dren ot Pall lto Essex England Mrs August DJorkluld and two chil dren of Worcester Mass Mra R B Champion and babe and Mrs U Davidson and babe STRUCK CAR WITH AUTO Fred Pabst and Mrs Darnycle Were Badly Injured Milwaukee WJa April 12Fred- Pabst ton ot tho talc Capt Pabst head of tho groat brewery of that name and Mrs Leonard Barnyolc wife ot a woll knoan athletic In structor and a former actess were seriously Injured by a collision be tween Mr Pabst automobile and a street car Tho two were taken to Trinity boa pital where up to a lato hour they were still In an unconscious state Con cussion of tho brain and severe are believed to bo tho extent ot their Injuries Mother Poisons Her Babe Memphis Tenn April 12The po lice report that after polsoplng her 2yearold babe Mra ClarlW Gold aged 22 years attempted oulcldo by swallowing a portion of the samo drug Tho child dlod while being con veycd to a hospital and tho womans condition Is regarded ns serious De spondency ovtr domestic affairs is be lieved to have prompted Uio act Widow Sued For Shortage Wichita Kax April 12Tho dine tors ot tho Qoddard State bank whoso cashier W H Dwight committed sul side last week leaving a shortage of 10000 have flied suit In tho district court hero against tho widow to secure possession of the Dwight homo at God dart Mrs Dwight Is charged with being a party to Uio fraud by which tho bank was swindled Grand Jury Falls To Indict Baton La April 12DemoC- ongrevdnaacratic George K Favrot was sot free after haying been In jail continuously for about flvq months winder arrest on a charge ot murder nnd awaiting action of a grand jury The second grand Jury refused to In diet tho congressman Leaped To Death Portland Ore April 12Mrs Ig ants wife of a prominent merchant of this city committed suicide by Jumping from tha Ford street btld cr which Is CO feet high She had been 11 ot nervous prostration Benltla Gives Up New Orleasa La April 1r Vcln berggt received a cable from President Belaya of Nicaragua stating that President Bonllla of Honduras who had taken refuge at Amapala had nor rendered Cost of Thaw Trial u New York April 12Tho cost of the Thaw trial to tho state Is estimated to Imvo been at lout 100000 while it flu cost the Thaw estate fcocordbag to estimates In the elghbiirhoOd 1 yt000000 Moro than GO wltneesoa Vcro called Death Leap at Niagara Niagara Falls N Y April 12An unknown man committed suicide heaping tanks the bridge 1cfwceri the Thonlllibiwalchmancif lilK wlt doeeea the THE THAW CASE ENDS I IN DISAGREEMENT SEVEN TO FIVE FOR GUILTY RELEASE OF PRISONER ON BAIL Will Be Strenuously Opposed By Jc romeNeither Side Favors a Change of Venue New York April 13 Hopelessly dl vldod seven for a verdict ot tfulltj of murder In Uio first degroo and flvo for acquittal on tho ground of Insanity the Jury which since January 23 has been trying Harry 1C Thaw reported after 47 hours and eight minutes ot deliberation that It could not possibly agree The 18 mon wore promptly discharged by Justice Fitzgerald who declared that he too believed their task hopoloss Thaw was remanded to tho Tombs without ball to await a second trial on the charge ot having murdered Stanford White the architect J When this now trial will take place no ono connected with the case could express on opinion District Attorney Jerome declares that thieve were many other persons accused of homlcldo awaiting trial MIl that Thaw would have to take his turnAs to n possible change ot venue both tho district attorney and counsel tor Thaw declared they would tnoko no such move- Thaws attorneys will have a con feronco with the prisoner to docdo upon their noxt step They may make An early application for ball Mr Jeromo said that ho will stren uously opposolt Ho added tho be hot that aa seven of the Jurors lied voted for Riillty his opposition proba lily would bo succcesful In that event Thaw has another long summer before hint In tho city prison for his case on the already crowded criminal calendar can not pbatlbly be roachwl unUl fall The scenes attending Uie announce ment by tho Jury at its Inability to agree were robbed of thcatrlcallsm by the genral ballot that after their long lJallb oration and tho reports ot a wide division of sentiment tho jurors could make no other report DLAZE IN MEXICAN MINE Caused Death to Fourteen UnJortunaU Miners Mexico City April 13 Xcwi reached this city that li miners were smoth trod to death In a fire which broke out In Ue mains of Uio Dosctorcllcs min lug camp of El Oro iVout ITS miles southwest of this city Tho company U registering all employee at tho mine and It la thought tho numbs of casualties may be Increased Thcmlne is still burning and rescue work Is being carried on with dim cuI t1bo miners employed arc ot the pecnclasaBlizzard In Michigan Houghton Mich April nFor the second tlraq In a week tho copper dis trict Is In tho grip or a blizzard Snow has fallen almost continuously since Sunday Traffic on steam and electric roads is again badly Interrupted Never before lu Uio history of tho cOp- per region has there been so severe nnd lasting a storm at this time ot the years Salmon Killed Him Denver April 13John A Koblcr general manager of the coal ojicraUng department of tho Colorado Fuel antI Iron Co died suddenly of ptomaine poisoning at Trinidad duo to haying eaten canned salmon Keblcra death makes the sixth that has occurred In the last two years among tho officers of tilt Colorado Fuel Iron C Three Seriously Huit Philadelphia April 13J Prod Detz JrM a wealthy brewer William K Oliver an oil merchant and John- S McFlllcn roared woro tossed from an automobile In a collision with a trolley car and severely hurt Six Men antedJefferson City Mo April 13Coy Folk granted respites to six men son fenced to bo hanged Thu spites wore granted to enable the governor to hear applications presented in their behalf for clemency Yellow Jack Debt Up Kingston Jamaica April 13Strlct quarantine has been declared against vcsscis from Cuba and Trinidad where yellow favor lies appeared Cotton Cpniuujed Mangain Okla April nFlre destroyed tho Moore cotton mills and tton1LtJsd ed thp Marion overall sad maltreat factory Tho loa was 15009 Five Trainmen hurt Alpenn Mich April 13A Detroll I Macklnac railroad passenger trait collided with a switch engine header roar Poseh and tho two locomotives wcro telescoped Engineer John tour abv was fatally insured and four oil en trainmen were badly huiii Purchase of Silver Washington April 13Tho treasury department purchased 20096 ounces of jHver IIt 60062 cents pee bas ounce Ote hundred thousand lsear JIHI ECKELS DIES Ifl HIS SLEEP HID PASSING AWAY DISCOVERED BY THE BUTLER Demise Occurs On JE Ve of a Breakfa Party Had Planned to Entertain a Number of Friends Chicago AAprll 15 Jas II Eckels rraUonalbanktroller of the currency died at lilt homo here of heart disease The death of Mr Eckels occurred apparently while he was asleep In his bed The tact that lie was dead was discovered by a butler Frank Evans who entered Mr Eckels room after hearing a telephone within ring con Sinuously without receiving an an swer Thinking that Mr Eckola lied not been awakened Evans entered and found Mr Eckels apparently asleep Tho butler called to him and got ting no response sought to arouse him and found that he was dead Other members of tho household were Mimmonded and Dr Frank S Churchill wua hurriedly called Dr Churchill arrived within a short time and after an examination gave It ns his opinion that Mr Eckel bad been doad for some hours Dr John IT Murphy the Eckels family physician was also notltlcd and rcsllOndedpromptb Mrs Eckels and her daughter Phoebe 18 years old are In Paris where the latter is attending a school for girls They have been abroad since last autumn and planned to return to Chi cago within a tow weeks They were at onco communicatod with by cable It is understood that they will sail for Now York Immediately The death of Mr Eckels came on tho eve of a breakfast party which he had planned for a number of his friends and relatives Judgo K M Londls of the federal district court Mrs Landis Judge and Mrs U II Gary of New York Mr and Mrs George M Eckels brother and sisterin law of the deceased and others wore to have been his guests James A Eckels of Princeton father of James II Eckels died two months agoOn the morning of the death of theI older Eckola tits son was a host of former President Cleveland Tho former president and Mr Eckola wore at breakfast when tho news of the fathers death was received at tho Eckels residence ROCKED BY EARTHQUAKE Inhabitants Terrified By Shocks and Town Is In Total Darkness LCity of Mexico AprH 15An earthquake lasting four and a half minutes rockedlathe Inhabitants but doing no damage so tar as can be learned in this city Telegraph wires wcro put out of commission and In a short time the city was in darkness owing to the rAIl urn of the electric lights Ono Wall of the Associated Press omco was cracked from floor to cell fnThe asphalt on a paved corner on Cinco do Maytj street one of the prin cipal buflncssstreets of the city was cracked open fora distance of ten yards Tho shock Is prounounced the heav feat here in ten years People arc thronging tho streets many having fled from their huts and dwellings In their ulght robes MANY HOMELESS BY FIRE Flames Sweep Weitwego Opposite NeW Orleans Now Orleans April 1Slr hun tired people wore rendered homeless by a lire which swept the town of Vestwego situated in theMissiesippl river opposite New Orleans In all 42 buildings Including a Pres bvtorMn church the town hall the Iiostpflico and c number of stores wore destroyed The loss is estimated at 150000 with only about 4tibO of insurance Two Policemen Shot Now York April 14 Policemen George M Scchler and Alfred Selleck and Chas Vtncenico a young Italian Wetb shot and fatally wounded by Salvatore Oovornale in a running fight which began In Washington square and ended In n tenement at the south west corrbr of Thompson and Welt Third streets Sechler dying Cover nale Immediately after his arrest was hurried to St Vincents hospital where ha was IQentlfled by the three dying men Boller Burst Killing Two Men Key Vest Fin April 15An explo sion occurred our the dredger George w Anon cnsagod In work on the Florin rt Coast railway here caus ing tlio death of two Spaniards Joso Inado and Manuel Agras and Injured elgth others The escaping Moarn throw lives COMA over the dead ten MatadorFatallyBy Bull El Pa o Tex April 1In a bull tight et Juarez 131 Cuco qno of the matadors rigs badly Injured and pfob ably fatally Injured by Uio last bull which he attempted to kin and five horses vcro kjllod by the butts the picadors nil Ming more or less Injured Train Held Up Memphis Tenri April 1bFoiir masked jrien held np a train OithciI LaU Cun rant branch of the Yazoo tifoafolpvl Valley railroad near Phllljtv Mb 2 JiBiI seoarln lao booty Jct tiltJ rATE ITEMS OF INTEREST I I MAY SHUT OFF MILK alrymen Threaten To Take Drastic Action at Lexington Lexington Ky Aroused at tho rasped of having their herd of dairy Sown depleted as a result of tho inspec lion of veterinarians under the orders tf the health officers tho dairymen of this county threaten to shut ort the en tire milk supply of tho city A dele ration of dairymen called on Mayor rhomas A Combs and presented their ippeal from the ordinance conferring in the health officer the right to apply the tuberculin test to any cows in their herd and notified the mayor that It he insisted on carrying out the provisions jf the ordinance his officials would be wderod off their places Under tho wdlnanco dairymen refusing to sub silt their herds to the tuberculin test will not bo granted license to sell milk in this city and as a matter of pro action the members of the Dairymens association live combined and threat ened to shut off tho milk supply of Lexington if their herds are molested ABOUT HIS LEGS Were Wrapped 1000 In Bills While His Shoes Held the Steel Saws Lexington Ky Through the confes sion of n negro prisoner In the Win hester jail to Detective Thomas Stew trt of this city It Is now known that James Mahonc of Erie Pa the con libIlrtlone carried tho saws in a groove In the soles of his shoes Although 13I hone had but 185 when arrested here before making his escape ho sloVoedI his fellow prisoners 1000 wrapped around his legs between his ankles and his knees All of the prisoners were furnished money to aid in their escape by Mabone Mahone spent tho night after getting out of the jail In tho Winchester cemetery BIG ADVANCE In Prices of Straight Whisky Followed News of Opinion Louisville KyThe price of straight whisky advanced 50 cents a gallon InI Louisville on the strength of the de cision of the atorney general Distill ers of straight whisky aro jubilant over the decision but tho blenders and rectifiers aro not well pleased Marlon E Taylor president of the National Wholesale Liquor Dealers association gave out an interview in which he says the members of tho association of which ho was president would make no change in their labels and would continue to sell as they have been doing and if the govern mont wishes to prosecute the case will be taken to the supremo court of the United States TASTED GOOD And Family of Five Drank Too Much of a New Medicine Mlddlcsboro Ky Calvin Buslo wife and three sons are in a serious condi tion as the result of taking an overdose of a patent medicine Samples of the medicine have been distributed widely for the past two days and tho family had gotten several samples which they drank as It had a pleasant taste They will recover To Increase Teachers Pay Newport KyTho board of educa tion has decided to increase the pay of all teachers in the lower grades that are not now receiving a salary of more than UO per month Under tlta now schedule tho minimum salary will be 25 and tho maximum 60 for those whose pay is increased Tho move was made because of the difficulty that the board has experienced in securing substitute teachers It only affects the primary first second third and fourth grades 100000 Fire In Louisville Louisville Ky Fire destroyed the piano and music store of the Smith 4 Nixon Co in Fourth street near Wal nut Tho loss to the building and con tents Is about 100000 A number of persons living on the upper floors of the building were rescued by the flrq men The fire was fought In the race of a blizzard which raged for two hours Ruined by Night Riders Hopklnsvllle lyTho farm of J a Thurmond near Oracy was visited by night riders and a plant bed contain ing 550 square yards was dug up with bees The destruction of tho tobacco plants was complete Several nights ago another of Mr rhurmonds big plant beds was sown with grass seed Capt Sam Black Dies Louisville KyCopt Samuel W Black one of tho oldest and best known rlvermen in the south died at his home hero at the advanced ago of 80 years To Help Louisville Louisville KyW O Dearlng col lector of tho port of Louisville tI- t ceived instructions from the treasury department In Washington to make his dally deposits of money for duties with the U S depository In Loulsvlllo tnt stead of remitting to Cincinnati Light Plant Sold Versatilely KyTko Versailles Elec trla Light Cos composed of Pennsylva ala capitalists represented by Edward I Gunster of WHkeabarro sold Its ales I trie light plant here to Harry Reid formerly of New York YJ a i I I GOVERNOR OFFERS REWARD a For Apprehension and Conviction ofl Night Raiders i Frankfort KyIiy a proclamation Issued Gov Beckham offers a reward of 500 for tho apprehension and con t vlctlon of tho persons guilty of out rages in the tobaccogrowing section of Western Kentucky the burningiof tobacco barns and the of tobaccoplant beds In offering tho reward the executive invokes a statute adopted ten yearst ago to break up tollgate raiding in the state Tho law has not since been called Into operation t No reflection is intended upon the courts of the districts In which the of tenses have been perpetrated but their efforts to locate the offenders have been futile The governor is authorized to detectives and may do so if UOrewarll does not result In lo eating the guilty parties The executive does not believe that either the tobacco association or Its members are responsible for tho out rages but that lawless persons have taken advantage of the tobacco agitation now on in this state DYING ARE HIS UNCLE AND AUNT Shot and Beaten by the Youth Who Was Their Guest Bardwrcll KEd Stockton 17 the son of Gilford Stockton a farmer shot and fatally wounded his uncle J F Stockton beat his uncles wife into insensibility with tho butt end of a gun saturated her clothing with coal oil and attempted to set her on tire Both victims are In a dying condition It seems that the nephew arrived atihis uncle house at midnight and to a room for the night Early In the morning Mrs Stockton bill aunt hearing a noise in young Stock tons room aroused her husband ten ing him to take some more covering to Eddie as he might be cold As tho undo opened the door Stockton open cd fire en Mm with a Winchester rile shooting him through the left lung the ball going entirely through his body The young man then attacked his aunt Stockton was arrested and lodged tIn Jail There Is Intense excitement and violence to tho prisoner Is threatened The authorities are taking pre caution to protect him It is believed by some that the youth is demented THREE MEN HURT IN WRECK Two Freight Trains on the L S N Road Collide Mlddlesboro KIn a rear end eoh lislon between two freight trains pat tho Louisville Nashville railroad at Hubbard Springs Va three men wers badly Injured One of these men Is believed tob fatally hurl- Brakeman C Lloyd of Corbin Ky had a leg mashed oft besides being crushed about the body lib may die Engineer J F Kane of Corbin Ky had a leg and arm broken and was lie verely bruised Sllaco Peace of Norton Va was se verely bruised Several other members of the crews I i were Injured Tire wreck It is said was caused by the flagman on the first freight trainiin falling to properly protect his train l Ex Convict Accused of Assault f WHIIarasburg KyGeorgo Lcgan colored was arrested charged with t 1liycaroldtho negro who broke Into G A Jones j home Ho has served a term In penitentiary for the same offense t14aINoted Brood Mare Lexington Ky DiesIthe most npled brood tucky died at CoJn C hurst farm while foaling a colt brlDirector General Parannella was years old and the dam of Nolla JI3yearold Kentucky Todd 2yearold 1906 Futurity winner Country JayIJudge Parker Ormonde and other ce lebrities of the turf tJMrs S W Landsberg ignited and she was probably fatally burned at Vcr sallies ns she saved her Infant sosc Gerald from cremation While the child was playing In his stators doll house ho pulled over a lighted candle and almost Instantly was enveloped inflames Rain To the Rescue Jackson KyThe Swans Day Lum ber Cos big planing mill was destroy ed by tire The fire was caused by sparks from the furnaces Rain saved the lumber yard and the other mills The low 10 estimated at 4500 Alleged Fugitive Caught Louisville 1yi1 O Potter who claims 10 bo n representative of a Cleveland concern was given Into the custody of j J Grace chief of Spring field Krwho alleges that he Is a fugitive It Is alleged that Potter oil talnedn oaoy under false pretenses But the Game Louisville KYRobbers raided the clubhouse of the Louisville ball team and carried away all shoes gloves mkU and other equipment belonging to the players Ono hundred and fitter icllars worth of property was taker t j h leoeeeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo i East Kentucky Correspondence f News You Get Nowhere Else f o Bo eorrtipoadenc pnbliihrt unless iljnea tn tan by the writer The BUB 0 oooeoeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo Notice to Correspondents Lint week we commenced printing The Cltlien nilnjr earlier than we have been doing so It run reach n large pnrt of UI nt icrU er by Tliunwlny f vnth week hall your news letters hereafter not Inter tfcnn FlU PAY of each week so that they wfllreach ThClllaen Office by Saturday or Monday at the very latest i ROCKCASTLE COUNTY OOOCIIIANI Apr l3Rev Win Collins filled his regular appointment at Pleaaorj Hill Sunday Tbe rain and snow has caused the farmers to pet somewhat behind with their crops Some vt the boys talk about hanging up their whips until winter breaks Wr Grew Lakes ot Evergreen passed thru List r week on his way to Wlldle Jos Oar rette bought a horse ot Jeff Garrette Mrs Dewy Gates who has been sIck BO long died Sunday evening at 3M i oclock and was buried Monday at the Pleasant Hill Cemetery Miss Ellen Isaacs and Lana Likes of Wlldle plo od thru Saturday evening on the way to Evergreen Jackson countyJ W Phillips Is at work In his blacksmrtl ehop In Coachload Bofctla Wilson has returned from Mlddlefork where the has been staying with her grand mother Joe Johnson Is yanllnj otavcfl for George Abrams Miss Etta Jones of Double Lick has gone to Louisville to stay with her sister Mrs Rose Prank Slurs passed thru last week on his way to climax Jack Uulllns has moved from the J W j Phillips farm to the James GurretU property in Jackson Hollow Prayvi Imeeting at Pleasant lUll Vvery Thurs flROCltFORDApr l6W C Vlirs of Scaffold Cane who has been sick is some better Miss Retha McColtom visited Reecle Todd Siturdayi night Mr and Mrs W H Stephens visited relatives on Olair Creek Sunday lIsa Olla Trosper visited Bentio and Bern ice Todd Sunday Mr and Mrs J E Dalton of Bereu visited W 0 Viirs Saturday and Sunday Blisses nettle McOollom and Reecle Todd visited Mr John Trosper Sunday Mr and Mrs I D G Waddle visited Mr John Lln vide last Saturday night Mr Sebe Croucher sold a cow and two calves to Joe Van for J3300 iMlss Vlrgli Martin visited daddy and Mammy I 4C Todd Sunday Mr J W McCollom and daughter Miss Rettle went to Bereck Suurday on business Mrs An Die Llffvllte who has been visiting relatives at Climax returned home last week Mr Wm Llnvllles family are on the sick list- GARRARD COUNTY CAUTEIISVIME Apr 12It seems as If March has borrowed temperature from Augus to pay off im April We are having regular March weather nowA great many people have planted their gardens and may have on opportunity to plant a second time if it remains cold many days longer Mrs Jim Nave and Mrs R C loam n visited tIre Goo Allen loot Thursday Sheriff Dilly Lawson was In this vicinity Friday buying hogs to be shipped in June I People of Paint Lick ore going to have a new dairy They have commended work already Mr James R navies has taken the job of making the foundation They Intend to run with a capacity of 300 milk cows and make the finest butter that is on the market Mrs Paul Rogers is slowlY improving She was burned sometime J1goalr Joe Boaln is out ngaln Grippeisick for the last few OOysZlr and Mrs Tellle Green of Point Level call ed on Mr and Mrs J G Clark last Thurrday JACKSON COUNTY KEKIIY KNOII Apr HWe are having very cold weather and hind freezing for the time of year People think the fruit- S all killed Several of the citizens from this place are attending court at McKe Idols China Click fell on the cook stove one day last week end was burned very badly Mr and Mrs Jns l Williams spent Sunday of last week n with Mr and Mrs George Johnson Myrtle Click spent last week with her uncle Henry Click and family tvhorfo of last week with her uncle John Hale and family of Long Branch Mr M II Broughton and Mr Flgg ot Brasatleld passed thru here last week on bust neee The cold weather has been very disagreeable for young fowls John Dean sad sisters Martha Vena and Valtsle visited Mr James Click and family last Sunday Mrs Aaron Powell has been very ill for a few weeks with La Grippe Mr Curtis Baker has sold his farm to Mr Aaron Powell but does not give possession i till the end of tii 7ttr L w r Apr 12Qulte HUIILHY a ball storm visited this section Sunday evening Mrs Minnie Morris bad a fencing Monday Ned Gabbard a tall splitting Wednes day Robert Oalllhom a briar cutting Thursday and W M Gabbard Jr It planning for a log rolling next week The farmers say they are getting tired of having to buy corn eve rY spring Wcs Angel of Mhldlefork was in this neighborhood on the hunt for seed sweet potatoes Sunday last iMrs Elizabeth and Mrs Klzzle Hurley vis Ited Mrs Jamb Gabbard Sr Satur nay Mrs Letha Gabbard visited ho sister SHhU L Angel Saturday Goorge Pollle and Maggie McColliun Sltha Angel and Bradley Gabbard were the guests ot Riley and Nannie Gab bard Sunday air and Mm Green McOollum are planning to go to Ham ilton 0 Friday morning Shade An gel caught a fine lot of fish in Indian Creek near Jim Angels Wednesday Tho largest one was nineteen Inches long DUll nOOK Apr l5J D Parsons ot Beraa is now employed by Mr Allen Powell Joe is also a frequent call r at Drip Rock iMr Green Eversole has purchased a farm of J W Sparks Sev eral of this place have left for Mc Keo to attend Circuit Court this week iMessrs G M Parsons and T Kelly A B Coffey T H Eversole and I T Aloorn were business call ers in Berta the past weekJ E Parsons was In Louisville the post week buying OOOsIt Is thought the there will be but little fruit In this section on account of the severe cold weather Qlr L W Cox is 1IL Mrs Andy Liinhart who has been very ill Is reported to be getting bet terair A H Webb Is on the sick listRev J W Parsons filled his regular appointment at this place Saturday wd Sunday There was a very good attendance BREATHITT COUNTYI ATlIOL Apr l3The farmers of this place have nearly finished sowing rotsWo have had a pretty big rite in the Mld dlefork river for the last few days and several tufts have been runningI air James Markham of working tor the now company of this place Andrew Bowman the agent for The Citizen of this place will beI canvassing for new subscriptions os soon as the weather and farm work allow Mr W M Strong is logging on the Upper Twin creek He is get Ing a nice lot ot logs hauled Mr Andrew Strong bought a nice horse the other day for 10500 Tho funemlI sermon of Uncle Billy Ed wasI not preached on account of the weather Henry Gross made n business trip to Jackson a few days pcp ESTILL COUNTYIVAGiJt8ILLFIApr 15The cold weather fctlll con tlnuesThere is no doubt but toot the fruit Is nil kHlediMIsses Bettle Sue and Annie May Scrivner Wessrs Hume C and J B Wagers and VernI on Scrivner were the guests of Miss Grace Wagers Saturday night and Sun lay iMiss Rinnle Wagers was the guest of Misses Retha and Faanle Scrivner Sunday lastMr Beuerley 3roaddus of Panora was among friend ilt this place Sund3yMr Jeff Wag era and sons Robert and Joe were In Irvine Monday having dental work kmeHMlas Anna Wilson is on the tick list Mr and Mrs Joe Kidwell are boarding at Mr Jeff WAget8I Hume Wagers end A C Wilson were the guests of Mr and Mrs J L Surly net Thursday night of last week Rov X G Combs will begin a protracted meetIng at this Place on May 11th Everybody is Invited to come Mrs JC D Kelley wen the guest of her mother Mrs A B Kelloy the first of the w kaNew Railroad ProjectedI Frankfort Ky April 5The Kentucky Highlands Railroad company of Franklin county has Incorporated In the state department by filing articles lettIng forth that it has 250000 cap its stock and proposes to build thirty miles of railroad between Frankfort and Versailles In Woodford county andILexIngton Fayette county The of the articles gives rise to a story here that the Illinois Central company whIch has Its terminals at Louisville Is seeking an entrance further Into Kentucky and that It Is really the In corporator of the new company Only Ono Dissenting Vote Lexington Ky April GWith onlyI one dissenting vote that ot Scott county It was decided at the meeting ot the Union Confederate society of Kentucky here to retain an orgaulza Uon instead of disbanding as has been suggested Ends Life at TelephoneJ Covlngton Ky April 2 While talking over the telephone to brother W H Northcutt an Insurancef agent shot and killed himself la a- crowded I drug store hero t MIXED AUTHORITY Pedsral Judge Says Executive Gs partment It Going Too Far EI Paso Tex April llSIn re ponse to letters from the department of state and the department of juitlci at Washington that the sixtyfive se qoestratlon suits Involving titlo to tht land in the lower part ot the city be postponed In tho federal court until the International commission could pass upon the matter Judge Maxcj of tho United State district court con tinned the cases Ho took oecaslon lowever to say that ho believed that the executive department at Washing ton was probably Interfering will the jurisdiction of the federal court Judge Maxoy also announced that hi would refuse to entertain the plea ol certain alleged smugglers who had been arrested In the disputed tor rltory that they were taken on Mexl can soil and that the United States officers had no right to err at them MONUMENT TO JOE SMITH Will Be Erected at Secret Grave of Mormon Prophet Laraoni la April 16At tho Latter Day Saints conference hero tho re port of Bishop E L Kelloy was read showing the financial condition of tho church to be satisfactory A commit tee was appointed by tho body to carry out the purposes for which tho Joseph Smith memorial fund was raised The bones of Joseph and Hiram Smith who were killed at Carthage 111 in 1844 lie In a spot unknown except to a few persons President Smith stat ed that the soil in which they were burled Is of such a nature that ho doubts If any ot tholr bones remain In any but a friable condition but said It would not be objectionable to him or the family if the church cared to erect a memorial whether it be over their resting place or elsewhere An appropriation of 1000 was voted for the uso of tho committees HIS SANITY DOUBTED Convicted Murderer Who Gave Him self Up Is Not Rational Lots Angeles CaU April lbLocal authorities are In doubt aa to whether George W Bnnderlck tho convicted murderer of John Schroeder of Got Sell Qa who surrendered here la mentally responsible la no luestlon asto tho correctness of the story related by Bunderlck but he appears not altogether rational He tins a delusion that his brother who helped him to kill Schroeder Is here- In jail with him and la wounded as a result of a fight with detective Sheriff Hammel has notified the Georgia authorities of Bundericks arrest but has had no response from them Lieutenants Sentence Commuted Leavenworth Kan April 15Tho lentence of Hugh L Kirkman formerly a first lieutenant In the Eighth cavalry bra been commuted so that he will be released June 21 this year Kirkman was convicted of forgery and embezzlraent while serving as an army officer In Manila His term would expire by good time allowance n October He la a halfbrother of W Kirkman excaptain who la serving a prison sentence Despondent Mans Suicide Atlanta Ga April 15Tho ROT Mr Frank Riley formerly a member f the South Georgia Methodist conference committed suicide at his home hero locking himself la his room barricading the door and turn Ins on tho gas Despondency Is believed to have been the cause of tho act Recently Mr Riley has not been active In his profession but has been soliciting life insurance President Commuted Sentence Washington April 15 Paymaster John Irwin of the navy was tried at Mare Island on charges of neglect of duty making false returns and em eszlment has been acquitted of the charge of embetzlment but found guilty on the other charges The court sentenced him to dismissal but ho president commuted the sentence- D a reduction of fifteen points 1 Discrimination Alleged Baltimore Md April l5Argu meat has been concluded in the trial if the suit of the Pitcairn Coal company of West Va against the Baltl more Ohio Railroad company and corporations alleging dlscrlmln tlon in the distribution of coal cars o independent mine operators udge Morris allowed ton days in which to file briefs Police Aid Sought New York April 15The pollee were asked to aid In a search for Walter Campbell Stevens an attorney ho is supposed to have arrived In is city March 8 from San Francisco where he broke down physically as a result of life experience during the earthquake The case was reported by HP Stevens a brother ot the missing man Gave Husband a Brain Storm Cleveland 0 April 15Alexander eucla 29 years of age was shot and tiled and Mary Canzo 25 years old mortally wounded by John Canzo the Omans husband in a boarding houao whero Canzo is said to have found the couple Canzo escaped Philadelphia Pa April 15J Fred Jotz Jr a wealthy brewer William i Oliver an oil merchant and John W McFlllen retired were tossed com an automobile in a collision with trolley car and aavwrsly hurt I THE GROUND COVERED Tho President Has Nothing to Add on Railroad Situation Washington April 2President Roosevelt has written a letter to the president ot tho Illinois Manufactui era association declining tho Invite tlon of thnt organization to speak Ilt Springfield on the railroad situation The president says It would bo a wasto of Ume for hIm to accept the invitation because ho would only repeat what ho has already said in put lie addresses and messages to con gress Ho makes it clear that ho Is In favor of government supervision ot railroads believing that It will bo beneficial both to tho corporations and tho public Ho again points out tho danger ot jovercapltallzatlon and expresses the hopo that proper laws will bo enacted to remedy this evil Tho president declares with empha sis that ho is not making war on tho railroads but says that when ho asks for a square deal ho means a square deal Recent developments ho says have only served to convlnco him that hIs previous utterances with reference to railroads and other corporations au correct Ho urges that additions power be given the Interstate cola morco commission and justifies the now Interstate commerce law WHITE HOUSE BOGEY Roosevelt Claims to Have Unearthed Strange Political Plot Washington April 5Jt la said on authority at tho Whlto house that there la ample evidence at hand for the claim the president holds that there Is a movement afoot to defeat his policies in the next congress and In tho next national convention It Is declared that tho HearstHarriman Rockefeller combination has already a fund ot 5000000 with which to carry on Its campaign in opposition to the president It was further authoritatively said They ara gathering up tho loose ends but the movement will flatter out It Is apparent In Ohio and Penn sylvanla In fact It extends across the entire continent Tho scbcmo was thoroughly divulged at a recent dinner and reached the White House through a friend of tho president Tho scheme of tho people behind the movement Is to buy newspapers public men nail others who may assist the opponents of tho president In theIr work INDIANA MAN HONORED State Department Pushing Charles Denby Right Along Washington April SJt has practi cally been decided that Charles Den by of Evansvlllo now chief clerk of the stato department shall be appoInt- ed consul general to Shanghai China Mr Denby spent many years in China while his father was minister to that country and Is looked upon as the boat pouted man In tho state depart ment on affairs in tho far East His present position pays J3J500 a year The consul generalship will pay 8000 Uncle Joe Home Again New York April LJosoph G Can non speaker of the house ot repro sentatives has arrived on tho steamer Dlucchcr after a months pleasure Jaunt to tho West Indies Venezuela and Panama With several other congressmen Speaker Cannon has been the guest of Congressman W B Mo Klnloy of Illlnolo Tho party stopped at all tho Important points in tho West Indies and Venezuela They spent a fow days looking over tho work on tho Panama canal and all seemed pleased with what they saw there Young Guatemalans Bloody Deed Mexico City April 8 ExProsldcnt Jose Llzandro Barrlllns of Guatemala was assassinated In this city last night at 8 oclock by a young Guatemalan named Cabria eighteen years old Ex President Barillas was generally con sidered as strongly opposed to tho present government of Guatemala He was sixtytwo years old and was a strong possibility for the next press dency of tho country Tracing the VanDykei Rome April 5Thero has been Issued a ministerial dccreo that one of tho VanDyko paintings remaining- at Genoa Is the property of the state ThIs canvas is a lifesize portrait ot- a lady and Is very valuable In tho qanwlillo efforts are being made to trace tho other VanDykes supposed to have been bought by J P Morgan Long Struggle for a Jury San Francisco April 2The trial ot Abraham Rue on extortion charges began In Judge Dunnos department ot tho superior court at 10 oclock this mornIng It Is estimated by counsel that ten days or oven two weeks will be taken In getting a jury Fixing fora Boy Madrid April 5 Tho government tine decreed that In the event of Queen Victoria giving birth to a son he shall boar tho title of Prince of tho Asturlas he title given to tho heir to the Span Ash throne and first assumed In 1388 Differences Finally Adjusted Chicago April 6Tho differences ictwcen the Western railroads and- tho members of the Order of Railway Conductors and of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen have1 been finally adjusted NOW York April sHarry K Thaw wag declared sane by the unanimous report of the commission In lunacy appointed to Inquire into hIs present mental condition fr RoYgiibaK1nf WSO1W Il ELY PURE DISTINCTIVELY A CREAM OF TARTAR BAKING POWDER H dons not contain an atom of phos gthatlo moM which Is tlsa product ofhones invested In sulphuric sold or of alum which Is onethird sulphuric acid unhealthful substances adopted forother ba king powders because oftheir hnesI Tliroagh Thick and Thin If monarchs tiara often permitted UiorcAelvM tho Indulgence of making puns the fact has not been recorded In tho pages of history Ono pun how ever Is assigned to King Frederick William IV of Prussia It la said that on tho occasion of a court ball ho was standing near the middle of the dance hall In conversa lion with an exceedingly thin ambas sador In tho haste and oxcUvmcut ot a fiery galop n lieutenant of tho hussars danced with hIs partner between the monarch and the person whom bo was addressing and thou seeing what ho bad done ho began to stammer abject apologies and explana thins Oh that was nothing replied the king with a hearty laugh A hussar must go without fear through thick and thn A whimsical glance from his own Tartly figure to that of the slender am bassador accompanied this answer and the hussar felt himself not only pardoned but Invited to share In the kings laugh lerylnc Vllb Fish Is dainty food Practice Is need ed in serving It Lightness of touch and dexterity of management ate nec chary to keep the delicate Cakes In tact It requires some skill to rip tho skin and lay It back and sever tho head and taU with neatness and dis patch These three articles must never leave tho platter They belong to the cat The choicest morsel of any whlto fish is the cheek It Is not good torn to cut through a fish Begin at tho tall and throw aside tho akin Be gin At tho heed to servo cutting to tho backbone When the meat on that slilo Is helped turn the fish nod help the other side n the ensue way If there Is roo a part should be served each ter son Bolting li the nicest way to cook and tho easiest way to servo nIb Drew the edge of the platter with hand egg and sliced lemon tomato and beets An Ivorr Mol Many people havo never von hoard of such a thing and It Is not to bo wondered at for these mats are ex ceedingly rate and It is snit by those who know that only tbrco of tbcso beautiful curiosities exist in tho wliolo world Tho one we now write about U the largest one made It measures S by 4 feet and though made In a small hill state in the north of India has an almost Greek design for Its border It was only used on state occasions when the rajah sat on U to sign important documents Tho original cost of the mat Is fabulous for 0400 pounds of ivory were nsed In Its manufacture The fin est strips of ivory must have been tak en off the tusks as the mat la as flex ible as a woven stuff and beautifully fine London Graphic lea Water and Colds The delusion that sea water does not give cold Is accountable for much harm A chill may bo caught by wetting from sea water as quickly as by wetting from any other water There Is a certain stimulation to the skin from salt no doubt but that does not pro vent chills from Indiscriminate ex posure to wetting by salt water and chills are fertile causes of Illness Chill to the lower part of the body Is always dangerous to any ono It Is much more so to a child than to a grown person though many people seem to thjuk the reverse U the case- Sandys Wurnlntf A volunteer sham fight took place in England During the retreat a Scotch volunteer In scrambling through bushes stuck fast In a hedge One ItIthe advancing foe seeing tbo for a joke came toward the unfortu nate volunteer at full charge with his bayonet flied and a ferocious look on his taco The poor fellow In tho hedge seeing the threatening aspect of af fairs bawled out at the top of his volco baud on you Idiot Dlnna you ken Its only In fun r Mother Llyee7 Well In the grounds of Llvesey Hall near Blackburn thero Is a spring called Mother Llveseya foil The curious Jfaliig about this well is that the water only flows during ulno months of the year and is quite dry during tho other three months June July and Au gust however w ft the weather may be Tho water always commences to flow on the same date eachyear and never frcezw even during tho hardest frostsLeads England News I 00WHISKY LABELS Attorney General Bonaparte Settles Long Disputed Question Washington April nTho long expected opinion ot Attorney General Bonaparte concerning tho proper la holing of whisky under tho puro food law approved June 30 1906 was made public today It declares that straight whisky must bo labeled ns such a mixture of two or more straight 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