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Digital page images are linked to the text file. roeoet rrr Itee xo i BERU rUHUSHING o INCOUrOIlATKI o E ALBERT COOKPhD M IM Entered at till rottofflet at flrtta Xyr odON nailmatter o oioOooroloooS0lo Vol VIII hive conlfl a copy BEKEA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY APRIL 25 1007 Oae Dollar t Ia year No 45 IDEAS JtQIforn CJem from loMKfrllow- In character In manners In style In all thing due ftuprom exeelloneo la Bliupllcky SUi la unjust but ODd IB Just and UaMly Justice triumph Tlio ovrydty ones arid dutloa which men tall drudgery are the oriels and oount ri Ifts at the mock uI time giving Ml iwnduliim a ante TlbiuUon and its kinds a ragutor ua Uon Love Is ever buay with till BhuMla It ever waavlB Into lifes dull wwp UrlKht gorgeous flowirft and BOWIW Arm dtn Housing our gloomy prisonhouse about VJUi KMH rliB that JieaVs IU Walls dllite In nlYrtKlIlC rtotn of datlfeltt Many teen da sot Hww sir iwto rJplos n irk root but pun than up miry now and this ia ehtMrwn do jKWor they haw ptenuM to Mt If dliry ar growing FROM THE WIDE WORLD Hmvy 8arrdnluhhock of Otm- fJOUlOR im ttM hat CVMMtl of M StCO TIll tiWM of ChlHiincmu Chlluprt rut I Ayallo ilk Omet yeo un- not k il gee a tliD 11 end th HOT t Aoipyhvt Is lrlY und T water1- r1m1 Ihr wwti of hr ru- Th rr wrre ro d iiUi tram the pLagu In ladle lllrllf for Week rod erg AprI 1 U 8vtntj thOUNlUl Of IlfKf XSCMTfxd IU llIlgll the UlllbH- lPrt nr vf tae tbe Punjab UiiMtU in tuttrrlnt thr wonit tsar am + hi blur H Urown So lcrr tJlaa OOUOUOO In tilt s uth natTA iirjrli tt iri f dIC euivrbO uKl wlttenit aid Ikur esna Uv u IN unties InnnM BpkUuJrn and dta+ e mid Ad ihr tnrrikto cjaUKiuo The pto pie ere eIUne UMMeiTM toad all Utrr pwBvw to MMIW vaoiHlk food to Ufff allra IK OUR OWN COUNTRY The National ArttHmtton nd lOf OHJKIWW 4kurtea mwhiitoM reootn nwz ling among otter things Boat the Hague OunforMM Inll bWBfl er be a pPMRvnam iMWtMtkHi beat the ll yur court lIn be open lo nlIfa dote of the world chats genat- lnttty 1 of wbllMUOA for ell the na dons Bball be diwlted by tho oomin contcnnrf that the United Stat KOTcrnmrnt urge on tM oonfer action 1wking to tho lUnltotton o xnnjinvnt TM nwoluUons speck MRlily of Pre ld9 t Roosevelt Stero tort Jloa And tho Irk Mlniamr Sir Cxm bcI Iaimernun of art llrlt girt for the stand they hive taken In favor of a Ulrd iwlloy of PBeC among all the nations lYrtJtVmt Iloa vrlt Is slid to br prcpariiv to nhifl hll eup art lo noni oUur man lor for Ilopabllcan nomln- GIJon for the presidency In oaf TaCt It eaten by Foiukfr In the Ohli prlnno tight Governor Hughru ol New York And Stcrrtury Oortely ju arc menl3n 5d M possible candidates floxltni would probibly be a very gooA one Oortel wi when hn wji IVMtaiinster G neml showed hlmsell unfit for such a position- COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY State Inspector H nry lllnos In tilt report to the governor on the cundlUon of pawl affairs In Owen tconcty ehirged three former Bhw ttt with d llborate and Intentional fraud in tho collection of tnxes lie eatlmutus that tho state has been robbed of thouunda of dollars A very exciting moil option canl- pl3gn oaine to a clote SiUurtiy when tic paDiple of Owensboro decld t by st nnjorltj ot 442 to retain the 40 ttilootw In tbl city Thouainds ol people paraded the strata nil dry ulnTrfng BOHRS and tipping ivory taw xntantni Tor prayer mentlngs Nearly 4000 votes were oait Reports from out In time state nc cordlng to the frkndr of Judge VII ibm n Molt Indloito that tho sent iulCnt for him fir tho republican nom ination tor Oovprnor Is rapidly spread ins Judge Holt siys he Is not n MBdlaitu li the sense of making n Eight for it but that he would nocei t It 1f It were offered to him By a majority of at least 2000 votes ttho dfalzcns of Webster county hive drcfifcd agslnst open salDoni In tint county A fairly light you was oil l and the liquor sldo war oamplote By BwwnpodJtvnus accused of complicity in the murder of James Oockrlll went on the witness stand at Lexington in ilho Irtil of Dill Drltton on tho Pam cbargo and denied all the charges Lon ecrnlng the oDmplincy Curt Jot also itestlfled anti took all the respon sibility far the murder of COck l1 Tho testimony is about nil in untie d end of the trial is In sight ooioTHE CITIZEN THE PRICE OF A MULE getittakes your mule You can get a pretty good mule in Ken tucky for 250 Two countries in central America have been fighting because some soldiers of the one country took a mule that the other country claimed Something over a thousand men have been killed in this war A good slave was worth 1500 before the Civil War in the United States A man is always worth more as a free man than as a slave but if you reckoned those men in Central America worth only 51500 each that would be over 1600000 that was paid for the mule down there Too high a price for a mule They might have bought more than five thousand mules in Kentucky and taken them down there for less than that But Central America is not the only place where people pay thingsIn It is said that twenty million people are in danger of starving to death And the Russian government is trying to borrow moneynot to save the starving but to keep and enlarge its army so it will have more men to kill and be killed Its war with Japan two years ago cost it 935000000 and it spends 350000000 every year for its army Do the people of Rus sia want war or an army No it is just the Czar and the Nobles who want the army Isnt it rather a high price the governmentLastNew York City There were great men there from Englandand France and many of the most famous people of the United States They came together to say It is time that we should stop wasting the wealth and the lives of the nations in war If two men have a quarrel if they are fools they will get revolvers and kill each other as the miners at Sturgis Ientucky did last week If they arc wise theywill bring their case to a just and fair judge and let him settle the matter The nations ought to have courts where their cases can be settled instead of trying to shoot each other to pieces when they do not agree There is alreadysuch a court for the nations of the world in a city of Holland called The Hague But many of the nations still arc buying revolvers and cannon instead of going to the judges they have chosen Is it not time to stop paying the lives of a thousand men for a mule Four Hundred Babies Left to Die Thu luliof Committee is doing all it can with tho money which comes iu to navo the starving Chinese Ono of tho telegrams sent to tho United Status not longago said Tho Relief Committee was able to necuro enough milk for ono depot to feed 100 babies until the harvest with the result that about 100 more lives have been Ravod7ce Committee however ban been compelled to leave nbottl 1 H other babies in that district to die Just 100 would havo saved tho lifo of ono of theno babies until tho foodeaceSince our last report 200 has been sent by The Citizen from Prof Lickfand 200 more from a friend whoso name we worn not to print They will feel happier when they look at the babies in Kentucky to think that parentsI Uroui of Hiirlilcn NiiflVrarii riiutogrnitlKxl loT Ucv W FJunklu Opening of the Jamestown Exposition The formal opening of tho James town TerCenUnnlal Exposition on April 20th 1907 will bo under Uio cUr ection at Mr O T Shoppcrd S3cre tiiry of Uw Jamestown Exposition OomjuiH assisted by Lieutenant P H llagby Cth United Stolen Infantry Military Attache to tho Department of the Secretary At sunrise on April 26th the Nor folk Light Artillery Blues stationed at tho Exposition Grounds will flro n siluto of three hundred guns to usher In tJLe commenoemcmit of the day op ening the Jaineatown TorOentcnntol Exposition In commenmoniUon of the three hundredth anniversary of the first English Battlement In America Upon tho arrival of President Roosevelt on tits Mayflower In lampion Roads a salute will be tired by the United Stairs and foralgu warshljw there nsscmllied- When the President of the Expos lion presses the gold button starting Uw machinery cf the Exposition In motion ll will at the Dime tlroo bo tho signal for the unfurling ot more than one thousand flags on the var lOllS buildings of tho Brpwltlon The pressing of this button will ialro be Use signal for the allots to the Union by tho United States and foreign ships assembled Chief Contests of This Number rOE ONKI- lllMl From the Wide World In Our Own Counlry- CommonwUIa of Kentucky rtllforbil Tim Irlro of m Mala Opening of the Jiuiiotawit ItrpdOn1 Int Mountain Cnngrex Cliliirwi Kuuilnn lUilloC Year TWO RedidThe Ifoajui ot aTbuujuad Candle Poultry nod IIsPAm T11UHK Itarva nnd Tlcliilljr College 111uta 1MGK Pours Comment IVriunnent Inllurnrn of the Tbealre Upon roll Kiwrx Illcli IdruU Needed by Itotlt He z bTim KncrtMlnrn at Ifjitlierhuml Jollllenl Tnik- Tewpcrnuce XoUwVAOK xtvK- Vuulu 1eymrtment Tlie huuiliiy School Leuuu College 1ruldrnt at Ian YmcnCungre- wrem six Till HiiiiiHllcitr to Tnkn Cum of Mat Iroin by Mary 8 Clark j Tim UlilrlctScUoolTim JrtriuDrjIiiR Vault by If O Clark Klehlh Krnturky JIUtnry Student JourimlVAOK 8KVKK Nnwr rout 2vur ulierc lliwcut Nliiln New 1MOK KIOIIT Kailoru Kentucky Nowr The 0d World and Its Ways This Is tho Utlo of a new and i ro fus ly Illustrated book by CoL William Jennings Dryan resonating his notod Journey around tho earth and through Europe which was su widely herald ed through tho Amerlaau Press Tho book la an Hluawutod end de ecrijitlvo rcoonl of that entire Journey which la so memorable in current his tory The Journey embraced a period of a yar nnd covered pwcllaally nil the nations of tho oirtli Col Drjian travoIlKl wIth camotu and punch and not only described in brilliant phrase what ha sew but further lllastiutcd his Journey by photograph Theso photographs con stlUUo a striking pictorial presentation and load especial Interest to hank They number 210 and they show in picture tho world ns he saw IL They constitute Just that many striking Object J B33ns of tho pooplo of all countries in their clUes towns and village to them names and every dayoccuJXLtons Tho book will Interest every read er as a unique pros ttntlon of a won derfully JnlcrtKtinc Journey It Is sold only through solicitors Tho Thompson PidUahlne Company of St Louts Mo are the fortunate publishers They ndvertlso for oafstn another coloma of this paper Commencement 1907 Cnnnicnrrment nay W Judge Flftli and tltrra will bo exhibition nd ndarrrer- by oilrnli In Ihn mummy wllfc a arena Fair of IfmlucU C FlrrIdr ImdinUlM anti n R nnml viflolnc at tit Collrtt IIbrnry rr1O0NoL Xnrbinery eta mu Ilan eveaing at 4 Y BC flit rrndd Onillonwl I be xIq sly lie dee XCw acid fonnerij F3ltdhlefL at Uun lhJo Rtedtn Unltrnnllr nail now LUorrufIUL eC Columbia UuIvrnJtj Dr OuiBnlil Iwn qr the ymteeL- r1rnldcrlit America ZrerybalynwJenr- hlru will will Im initnietnl and pleased- by 1oat1Ie fcrar Coin rarljr nail enjoy net t Ute cneitt ilnjx ern llfelluiu First Mountain Congress Re eseaUtlves from MauatUa CeuaUecol Kentucky Teancecc North Carolina YUjlnlaasd Vat VirgtaU toMtet AS LEGISLATURE Of APPALACMIA TlM Bount U State Big Crowd Fspeekd fa College Chapel Ono week from Afonday end TuosdaS nights Stay Ctb mid 7th students of Use College representing tho moun tale counties of Kentucky and neigh bor states meet In tho College Chapel at 770 Po m to have at the wano- slam time fun and fDrk Appalachfcv la the name chosen for the state tho name of the mouniolua that form tho counties represented A Largen port of the LegUaturo of Appalachia will bo composed of students whose homes are In the oauutlea they rep resent In other eases students have been chosen to represent other oun ills than those from which they coma On the first night the message ol Governor Lewis Prof C D Lewis will be read f vpaiker will be elected committees appointed bills on various subjects retch as schools good rooda and law and order will be handed In and referred to committees On the second night the bills will be taken up and debited some ol them pissed aa lawn and CtMUnuodoB Itli blkt4geji cc f rolororororomororororoosoo I I g Wives look for Drying Fruit jj 0oII 0IBooloroiuoorooloroorop iOO+O+O+OO+O+O+O+od odo +O +O +O+O +O+OX- o +of 0- o + Mate A Definite Planj + 0- o + o FOR SAVING I- it ofo +o i V Those who save just as they happen to 0- o feel like it and those who save what they have tIo left at the end of tfhe month seldom make o saocessfal saRcrSr I h 1 But those who Start out with some defi t i + I + tntteregular plan are the ones who ultimately ibuiJdup handsome accounts 1 Try to save a certain amount each week t+ 45 oc each rnoatiiha certain per cent of your o iQoaeae is the Jaestway Then take this am i 1 aunt out of your income first of all and live 1 0oathe iiilancc This is the winning system +0 O bilb o+ F I o 0 fo BEREA BANK TRUST CO o- o Year Scribe lore are protected by our Capital of o- 4S ooco and eur Surplus of 1000000 +o j oJ 2+ J flfttene President W H Porter Cashler o o o- Ceaaurid Shaking 4 Per Cent Interest ea Savings Real Estate Insurance All Kinds jo 0 o 0 o+o4o+o o+o+o+oJoO Oo+oiodO + oo+OmlO +o lAoFo +o oo+o+oFo+o+4oFoo + o THE 0- o + 0 lea National Bank I + 0 CAPITAL 25OOO o- We o r a+ s Cordially Invite i0 YOUR ACCOUNT i+ 0- o i DBPOsrrons ARE SAFEGUARDED BY 0 001 i Federal Supervision fo+o 00- 1I S EWELCH 8s5dont 3 W FOWLER Vlco prest ape11MGAY cashlorto + o Fodf dtoRohrFo3 o k- Y r 7 u SOTICK TO CORUESrOXDKirrs All wmanncUowt ttr IhU pprbnuld bmx-mrtd kr lh name of lho anther iMnxtMWllr tw f butvldwte of good filth on Ibo put percumM tri raw difficult U dec pbr buu at uo Kiiiw U which ihij w wnlua THE HOUSE OF A THOUSANDCANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Anlktr et THE MAIN CflAMCC ZELDA BAMEION tie c prttehl Its hI bltlIorrUl lO CHAPTER VIII Continued The man L was looking for came to the door quickly In response to my knock Morgan I began Wont you come In and rest your self Mr Glenarm he Interrupted I reckon youre tired from your trip oorThank you no r snapped Suit yourself Mr Glenarm Ho seemed to like my name and gave it disagreeable drawling emphasis Morgan you are an Infernal black guard You have tried twice to kill mo Well call It that If you likeand- he grinned nut youd better cut off one for this He lifted the gray fedora hat from his head and poked his finger through a hole in the top Youre a pretty fair shot Mr Glen arm Tho fact about mo Isand he wlnkedtlje honest truth Is Im all out of practice Wily sir when I saw you paddling out on the lake this afternoon I sighted you from the casino half n dozen times with my gun but I was afraid to risk It He seemed to be shaken with Inner mirth if Id missed I wasnt sure youd be scared to death For a novel diversion I heartily recommend n meeting with the assassin who has only a few days or hours before tried to murder you I know of nothing In the way of social adventure that Is quite equal to It Morgan I hope you understand that Iam not responsible for any Injury ray grandfather may have Inflict ed on you I hadnf seen him for sev eral years before he died I was never nt before In my life so Its n little rough for you to visit your dls pleasure on me He smiled tolerantly as I spoke I knewand he knew that I didthat no ill feeling against my grandfather atralrsYTiuregrandfather wasp Mr Glenarm Youll excuse my bluntness but I take It that youre a frank man yourself He was a very keen person and Im afraidlo chuckled with evident satisfaction to hlmselflm really afraid Mr Glenarm that youre not There you hove It Morgan I fully agree with you Im as dull as au oyster thats the reason Ive called on you for enlightenment Consider that Im here under a flag of truce and lets see if we cant come to an agreement its too late Mr Glenarm too late There was a time when we might have done solve business but thats past now You seem like a pretty decent fellow too and im sorry I didnt see you sooner but better luck next time Well I said seeing that I should only make myself ridiculous by trying to learn anything Jrpai him I hope our little spats throufli windows and on walls wont Interfere with our pleasant social relations And I dont hesitate to tell oItI was exerting myself to keep down my angerthat- it I catch you on my ground again Ill fllh you with lead and sink you In the lake Thank you sir he said with so- perfect an Imitation of Bales voice and manner that I smiled In spite of myselfAnd now If youll promise not to fire Into my back Ill wish you good day Otherwise He snatched off his hat and bowed profoundly Itll suit me much better 10 continue handling the case on your awn grounds ho said as thcugh he referred to a business matter Kill Ing a man on your own property re quired some explaining you may have aotlced HT Y8j I commit most of my murders away from home I said I formed he habit early In life Good day Mor anAsl turned away he closed his door with a slama delicate way of assur ng no that he was acting In good aith and not preparing to puncture ny back with a rifle ban I regained he lake shore feeling no great dig couragement over the lean results of ny Interview but rather a fresh zest or the game whatever the game night he The sun was going his ruddy way eycnd St AnntlmM as I drove my anoe Into a little cove near which ho girl In the tamoshanter lad Hs ippoared tho day before Tho shore vas high hors and at the crost was a onp curved bench of steno boldly inlnlscuntlal of Alma Tadoma and as dearly tho creation of John Marshall Jleunrm as though his name had boon jRrved upon It- It was assuredly a spot for a pipe md a mood and as tho shadows crept hough the wood before me aril the fllftr stirred by the rising wind be to beat below I Invoked tho one jijIJKleldcd tit the other Something nhp withered grass at my feet anghtmy eye I bent nnd picked up I string of gold heads dropped there no doubt by some girl front the school or careless member of the summer colony I counted tho separate beads they were round and there were 50 of them The proper lengtii for one turn about a girls throat perhaps not moro than that I lifted my eyes and looked oft toward St Agathas Child of tho red tam o shnntor Im very sorry I was rude to you yoster day for I liked your steady stroke with the paddlo and I admired even more the way you spurned mo when you saw that among all the cads In the world I am number ono In Class A And these golden bubbles 0 girl of the red tamoshanter If they are not yours you shall help me to find the owner for we are neighbors you beiWith this foolishness I rose thrust the beads Into my pocket and paddled home In the waning glory of tho sunset That night as I was going quite lalo to bed bearing a candle to light me through the dark hall to my room I heard a curious sound as of some one walking In the house At first I thought Bates was still abroad but I waited listening for several minutes without being able to mark the oxaqt direction of the sound or to Identify It with him I went on to the door of my room and itlll a muffled step seemed to follow mefirst It had come from below then It was much like some ono going up stairs but where In my own room I still heard steps lIght slow but distinct Again there was a stum blo and a hurried recovery 1htHits I reflected do not fall down stairs The sound dlqd away seemingly In some distant part of the house and though I prowled about for an hour It did not recur that night- CHAPTER IX The Girl and the Rabbit Wind and rain rioted In the wood and occasionally both fell upon the library windows wits a howl and a I the My splash The tempest had wakened me It seemed that every chimney in the house held a screaming demon We were now well launched upon De cember and I was growing used to my surroundings I had offered myself frequently as a target by land and wa ter I had sat on the wall and tempted fate and I had roamed the house constantly expecting to surprise Bates In some act of treachery but the days were passing monotonously Memory kept plucking my sleeve with reminders of my grandfather I was touched at finding constantly his marginal notes in the books ho had collected with so much Intelligence and loving care It occurred to me that some memorial a tablet attached to the outer wall or perhaps more properly placed In tho chapel would be fit ting and I experimented with designs for it covering many sheets of drawing paper In an effort to set forth In a few words some hint of his character On this gray morning I produced this 1135 the life of 3obn marshAll GKnana was a testimony to the virtue of generosity forbearance and gentleness the beautiful things he loved were not nobler than his own days Ills grandson who served him Hi writes this of him 1901 I had sketched these words on apiece of cardboard and was studying then critically when Bates came in whit wood Theyre unmistakable snowflakes sir ho remarked from the window Were In for winter now hiatus had not mentioned Morgan or referred even remotely to tho pistol shot of my first night and he had cer conducted himself tm a model servant The gardener at St Agathas a Scotchman named Ferguson had vis ited Lira several times and 1 had suir prised thorn onco Innocently eiijjylng their pipes and whisky nnd water In tho kitchen They nro having trouble at tho school slr V bgcrved Bates The young ladle running a little wild eh7- Sister Theresas Ill sir Ferguson told me last night And Forguson says that Miss Dovoreuxs devotion to her aunt is quite touching Miss Uovoroux Thats tho name sir rather odd I should call IfYes It is rather odd I said com posed again but not referring to the name My mind was busy with a cer tale paragraph in my grandfathers willShould ho fall at any time during said year to comply with tills provi sion said property shall at onco revert to my general estate and become without reservation and without no cosslty for any process of law The property absolutely ot Marina Dav oroux of tho county mid state of Now YorkYour grandfather was very fond of er1abroadsorrowful duty to ton them the sad news In New York sir when they landedThe devil It was It Irritated me to remember that Bates know exactly tho nature ot my grandfathers will Sister Theresa and her niece were doubtless calmly awaiting my failure to remain at Glonarm House daring the disciplinary year- I had given little thought to Slater Theresa since coming to Glonarm She had derived her knowledge of me from my grandfather and such being the case she would naturally look upon moss n blackguard and a monaco to tho peaco of tho neighborhood I had therefore kept rigidly to my own side of tho stono wall Bates He was moving toward tho door with his characteristic slow step If your friend Morgan or any one Smote Table With Clenched Hand I tainly else should shoot me or It I should tumble into the lake or otherwise end my earthly career Bates His eyes had slipped from mine to tho window and I spoke his name sharplyYes Mr Glcnnrm Then Sister Theresas niece would get this property and everything else that belonged to Mr Glenarm Thats my understanding of the matter sir- Morgan the caretaker has tried to kill me twice since I came here Ho fired at me through the window tha night I came Bates I waited for his eyes to meet mine again His hands opened and shut several times and alarm and fear convulsed his face Bates Im trying my best to think well of you but I want you to unde- rstand1 smote the table with my clenched handOIihat If those women or your employer Mr Pickering or I tLat damned hound Morgan or you damn you I dont know who or what you nrethlnk yet can scaro mo away from here youve waked up the wrong man and Ill toll you another thing and you may repeat it to your school teachers and to Mr Pickering who pays you and 10 Morgan whom somebody has hired to 1111 mothat Im going to keep faith with my dead grandfather und that when Ivo spout my year hero and done what that old men wished me to do Ill glvo them this house and every aero of ground and every damned dollar the estate carries with It And now one other thing I suppose theres a sheriff or some kind of a constable with Jurlsdlc trout over this placo and I could have tho whole lot of you put Into jail for conspiracy but Im going to stand twit against you alonedo you understand me you hypocrite you stupid slinking slly1 Answer me quick before I throw you out of the room I TO and CONTINIIKUX 0REPORTED KILLED IN THE CITIES DESTROYED BY EARTHQUAKE THE NATIVES GIVE WAY TO FEAP Prosperous Communities In Direct Path of the Upheaval Not Yet Heard From City ot Mexico April IGTho Banco NaclouaJNatlonal Hank of Moot boo has received a telegram saying that 500 lives were lost In tho doatruc tIon of Chllpanlnclngo and Chllapi I Tho telegram adds that both cities were complololy destroyed I Tho federal authorities hero have I been appealed to by the governors of the districts of Bravos and Chilapa for tints as tho Inhabitants in tho strick en cLUes nro now living In tho open having constructed dwellings of palm leaves and branches The governor of the state of Guer rero has dispatched military engineers and troops to tho destroyed district and the work of rescue and sanitation Is being carried on In a systematic manner Both cities are so far removed from the railway that It Is Impossible to obtain accurate and rapid Intelligence of tho disaster It Is believed that the total death flat will to large There wore no deaths in Mexico City and beyond damaged plaster and cracked and fallen walls tho property lots will be Insignificant Owing to tho long duration ot Uu shock this U considered mot remark able and is only accounted for by the peculiar swelllike motion of the earthquake which was regular and from cast to west- Messages from aVfar north as San fulst Foatoei and as till south as the city of San Juan IJautlsta In the state of Tabasco report feeling tht shock in varying degrees But at no place up to date has a lots of life or groat destruction of proporty been reported except in the state ot GuerreroFrom those Intelligence It wouM seem that the last earth tremble was greater in extent than any that has preceded it during the last half ecu tury Tho boundary line of the northern zone ot the present earthquake ae cording to reports received up to this time show it extended across the coun try In a northwesterly direction for a distance of over 400 miles and that the routhorn extent of the shock covered a distance ot over GOO miles making in all 24000 square miles of territory af fected by the last shock IChl1panclnojoo April 1r n destroy ed by one of the most violent earth quakes that has ever visited this sec tionAmong the dead are the wife of Postal Inspector leopold Lopoz Guerra and the child of Jose Aliman the Postmaster of the city Jose Lopez Martlnezz manager of the Federal Telegraph office was struck on the head by a block of stone and badly Injured Tho utmost panic prevails every where and the people are fleeing to the open country The earth continues to rock at half hour intervals NEGRO FIRED ON WHITE MAN And a Race War liOn at Liberty Mississippi Liberty Miss April 1iA race riot occurred here as a result of which tour men were seriously wounded rw- II Bates Jr son of Sheriff Bates had some altercation with Will Harris a negro and Bated was fired upon by a crowd of negroes The negroes had armed themselves and were evidently waiting to kill Bates Tho shooting was so thick and fast that it sounded like a young battle The negroes made their escape and In a short time a rumor was afloat that they had congregate east of the town end had sent word to tho white people to come ahead they were ready Before the sun went dowa every white man in town was armed and ready POIEOB have gono In every direction Bloodhounds have been telephoned for Bates was shot eight times nnd Is In a very critical condition Louis flat cliff was shot In tho arm Monroe An derson a negro was shot and it Ie thought will die Will Knox a negro was shot In the band Asks Aid ta Sail to America Bucharest TUromanla April IGtu consequence ot tho nttltudo ot tho an thorltlos of the Josay district wo thousand petitions have beonprcstntod ft tho Jewish assistance committee lij the local Jews asking for means tc holi to enable them to emigrate tf America The committee Is epcndlni considerable sums for this purpose C LimitedDerailed St Paul April IGTlle Northcrt Pacific North Coast Umltod wcsthoun was dandled near Durum a statloi four mllo past of Jacaeatown N D and according to official report five persons were Injured but nono sort ously Ran on the Rocks Rturoreon Bay WJs April IGThl steamer Louts Vahlow ran on tnt rocks at Clay Banks six miles south of here a bllndias sncwstona and Is flllt ptundlng to plocia Th crew was taken oil by llfewver TWO HANDY HIVE TOOLS Knives That Will Serve a Variety of Purposes For several seasons I havo used a stout pruning knito with a hnwk bill Undo as a hlvo tool In my nplnrlcs and have found It to bo ho most sat isfactory anti handiest tool for tho greatest variety of purposes of all tho tools tried writes a correspondent of lice Culture The entire length of the pruning knife is about olght Inches and It la very stout In Its makeup Tho blade is made of good steel and retains a sharp edge whllo tho back of the blade is about one olghlh Inch thick Those knives aro advertised with Handy Knives tot See Keepers other horticultural tools and can be obtained of most of tho large hardware stores The blade of tho knlfo above Is made of om continuous ploeo of stool Mr W II Laws of Buovlllo Tex used a knlfo similar to this while I visited him several years ago Ills knife was not as heavy and the blade was mode pocketknife style and could be closed This made It handy to carry In the pocket but the objection was that prying hives and frames caused the Wed to work loose In Its Joints This weak point In addition to being more expensive alto makes the knife without the Joint and the consequent lower price a more satisfactory hive tool It con be carried In the hip pocket with ease having the handle downward In foot the hippocket IB tho most handy hlfe tool bag I know ofthe most con venient In reach at all times This knife Is excellent for prying hives frames and anything else apart also for opening boxes or taking off covers or bottoms that have boon nailed on It Is sharp and can be used for cutting at any time the same edge bolng used for scraping frames etc It Is also tho handiest small tool for cutting awl wends In front of tho entrances of the hives A few slashes at tho samo time the few puffs of smoke preparatory to opening tho hive are given leave a clean dooryard something more es sandal during a honeyflow than most of tho craft might suppose For out ting or hacking oft limbs of trees that aro In the way this prunlngknlfe works finely Just what It was orig- Inally Intended for Nailing can be done with tho blade its weight per mitting of driving even largo nails The back end of the handle Is rath er flat round nnd smooth and Is used In emergencies for fastening foundation In frames especially when such has accidentally torn loose In handling or when pulled off by the weight of tho bees Another correspondent writes I have seen a description of a great many hive tools but nothing In my estimation that Is suitable for tho Danxcnbakcr hive I have tried soy eral of them but they seem to be wanting in some particular or other I am sending you n cut of tho tool that I use and It Is all that can be desired It Is simply a butcher knito of tho best quality with a notch cut In tho back of It so It can be used as a hook to pull the spring out of the hive It is so thin that It can be forced between a super and the hive and It Is strong enough so that by giving It a twist you can pry It loose no matter how tight It Is stuck By taking hold of the handle and using the left hand on the back of the knife near tho point you can easily force It between tho frames and pry them apart It Is also an excellent thing for scraping propolis from frames Then another excellent fea ture about It It Is long enough no that It will reach the bottom of tho frames Then with a twist you can forco the francs together at tho bottom ready to Insert the spring I called It my hut lorknlfu Iilvn tool but that was too long so I Just called it the butch Geese as Layers Ago has no effect whatever upon the laying or paying quality of geese Tlio rulo Is that geese Increase in pro lificacy with years They lay nH many eggs 20 years old as they did when only two or three years old nnd tho fertility of the samo In bettor Of course a proper keeping and feeding must have been practiced at all lines Fat geese lira nonproducers A solid grain ration Is detrimental to good re suits A grassrun and liberty and a little oats at night during the winter season are best THOROUGHNESS IN DETAIL Dont Hatch More Chickens Than you Can Well Care For Success In tho poultry business de ponds largely on tho thoroughness In all Its details It has been truly wild that whatpvor Is worth doing at all Is worth doing well therefore wo should boar this In mind at tho beginning ot the hatching season and not latch more chicks than wo can properly care for A small flock ot poultry well taken care of Is more satisfactory and e moro profitable than a very largo flock of scrawny lousy fowls which aro un fit for home use and art always a drug j- on tho market It IH better to have a flock of CO hens well taken care of than to have a flock of 100 raised In a haphazard sort ot way Tho poultryman who devotes his time exclusively to tho buitlnofls olin be more thorough than the fanner who raises poultry merely as a aide lint Tho farmers wives art a rule are overtaxed with work and fuel they cannot give their poultry tho attention It should have The wise thing to do under those circumstances is to bone In mind that quality will pay bettorsthan quantity and refrain irons Ing moro than one can properly take care of It Is quite amusing during tho ilnp and summer months to hear the reo ports of the housewives In a neighbor IfWoagain In the fall It Is the number wo raise that counts provided the quality Is right We cannot raise poultry like weeds If we did they would bo llko weeds wurthloKf Aho could relish Ia a tough scrawny lousy fowl wblih had boon starved all Its life and tor tured with lice Does It pay tc ralao such fowls Why not be cunsisteflt about these things urges hangers Advocate mid nnnombor that fowls should have clean place to roost china food and fresh water clean drinking vessels and 1 clean troughs or pans for their feed The bill of fare should be changed often they should have access to frolt dirt Grit should always to before them IJmo and dl lnficUnt should be freely used to keep down odors Success cannot btt obtained In gay business without effort and the poultry butlHOM is no exception to the rule Ionrisient efforts rind thotwiKu new In all the details are what wnnt and will bring rewrite that can tit oar taiaed in no other way A CHEAP CHICKEN COOP Easily Made and Only Costs Twenty Five Cents I nso coops for lions seal chicks which cost net over M coats says a writer in Ferns and Home Prom the storo 1 got boxe about tw feet square at ton cents sack Knoek eut one side abet saw a piece of wood The Hen Coop from corner to corner Fix these two pieces on tho ends of the box by means of a piece of wood Inside then place the other pieces on top and cover with tin or roofing paper One board is used at the top In front and the rest Is induced with laths Tho middle lath Is flxod to sIMe up and down A pair of old trunk haav dies makes It easier to carry CHICKEN Jt The ducks ought to have some ant mal food or they will not lay fertile eggs A variety of food will help to keep tho hens healthy and will also be good for the egg production- To select good layers begin by elba mating tho lazy hens A lazy hen has no place In a flock of brooding birds Ordinarily a goose will hatch out her own eggs and rear goslings In her own way better than It can be done for her Charcoal Is a good regulator and should be fed occasionally to the young chicks MIXj It In their mash or feed It dry Just as you please Tho kitchen scraps will be quite 11IItem toward tho feed of a small flock of hens and they will give better rev turns for them than tho pigs will In ordering eggs from advertisers or In filling mall orders great care should bo used to avoid mistakes Bo suro you are right and then go ahead Tho cost ot pooping a hen on the faun Is loss than CO contain year Anyaverage ion will lay ton dozen ugg year Good layers will lay many more The pulling out hero and thero of an objectionable feather may never bo discovered In tho show room hut they will make their influence felt In future generationsIn ducks for market It Is sometimes Impossible to pick all of tho down off Grease your handstand rub all over tho duck It will look much nicer Variety of Food Needed Tlioro Is no formation of llmo which will supply tho amount necessary for egg shells unless there Is a variety r1I1 TR 1sesatsatokokokokokokokokotoko rakokokokokaKottokokokakoKe 0 I GOODS 0 0- PORTINQj a 0- t SEE OUR LINE OF o- Y Ix Baseball Lawn Tennis 11 o 11 tand Fishing Material I 1C f a porter Drug COt INC j litnOi107107t0iekkroeososoeoeaeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeosoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe o e l 1Berea and VicinityA c t ec c o GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES w 0J3e6 wasvstwwvwvwuwwuwuwvwvwv 4 s TAKE NOTICE Owteft to the abeno of Dr Thorn son Mr Hudsen will piwMh In tide Wnten Church next Sunday moraine nod Dr Oook wll pnuoh to United Cbllptl at night J P HtekneJI bas moved his enUre aMoelt of goxla from the west endof loaD the building roomily occupied by UtD perm Dink and Trust OR 3Ir and Mrs Rufus Ooyle and non Trniv of Sterling Cola are miking an extended visit with their parcuta i here A Rood program ba been arranged Jc Lon the District Sundry School Conc FtveaUon which Is to be held at the oj Saver Crfck Church House on Situr r r diy May 4th commencing at 9 oclock L HU Among the preacher expected to take put ore Mr Stout tar Smith Mr Van Winkle and air Blcknoll Conntr Buperlnhindtnt Brock tiara Lucy Winery Mica Adella Fox Mrs Jamre Turley Mr K At Rice and Mr j Arthur Dallqy town parts on tho pro tram rho district officers are W U UiirQo Superintendent and Mrs i Jitnttx TUlip Secretory A brake y dinner weujilra the rcotag between thel morolnK and evening tension Mini DetUe Lewis who la attending 4the Xornul school at Richmond was two hem SUurduy until Monday There will be preaching aervhxe ata the Baptist Church next Sunday morn Rai facet the usual time All are cordhl Ijr Ialdld to come out and see how itteciy the church has been rojnlrtd atlut Jennie ILtnton his returned tayaCtnclnonU where abe hid an f operation performed a low weeks ago I j She k feeling very much Improved In IioiHhUtM r Xajme Curry IMS been can flard to tier room a few days with laralfltRp Lava Fish of WJldlo spent a few elm here list week with friends H F sad rlfllhfj ii Mrs Will Rogers of Wollaecton was IK town 110 n JIThe Beret lVilr Is to be held tMsI year on August 1 2 and 3 At a J meeUn ot the stockholders held on April litli the baard of directors were i clDctrd for this yoar and they in tarn tirctod the following officers KcCL IDiadus president J K Johnson Ttefl prcildont E T Fish secretary 1 awl trmaarer They hope to mile the far better this year than ever before Tarfetoa Combs hag purchased a- r put or the Dales frtrm noir tho end- r ef Center street and Tylll move there tklKWDfk Atlas Ruth Putnam who his been tendteR school at Lebanon 0hto MIl rotarued homo STUDENTS I illaa llIIle Dllrjq Yacafi ll- AeataavRnrrj4tetutd etrluiivo JIOll of ttane kiilven orar m nuhto L lasso and address on ous elder panda ear yssl teal or oUMr emblem on Uiq other PeU we Nadi +keatI and Spleoe klu Len set tar she termsF II i I P ooeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo A 04 pound boy arrived at Pro IlntuoB homo Tuesday night llolhor mid sou nru doing well Mr Gilbert Combs willBllelikllt OMIt te8HtIoual Church next SibL tnornlngMre hta Crotch from Vynlslown Tn Is VicIlinR Airy Katn TaUmu Mrs B U4o Msa n of Corbin vast el ratoUvM here teat week II C nm R n Combs were in Rich mend Saturday on buslncr MIM QMCO Adams returned ho from Richmond Sunday Mr J M Combs was nerocably Bur prlMd Sunday when returning from ho found a bountiful blrth day dinner spread tor him at hu home and all members pf tho Combs ftun lly present to enjoy tho tout which had been BO skilfully prepared by hi wife Plans for tho dinner had hey kept r cret from Mr Combs until ii returned from church and found nil ready and the guests present Only members of Immediate family were present All report a delightful time Dr Thomson loaves this week to visit Flsk University and attend lho medJloGcurl also to visit two oalornl nchooJs In Louisville Tho Conversation Club will m Friday night at the homo of Rev Mrs Stout Subject for discussion Lifo of Ilolon Keller leMonday Ito bo gone ton days PUn AOKNTHAN qrrOIlTUNlTYl The Old World And Its Ways IIY WILLIAM JENNINOS BRYAN BIT NOW RKAUY KOK KOIIC1TOK3 cx ruSejndliRlrortisn bu1ltaloUevtr written Till twoiilr arr vmltlna for it The firttntsThe Thompson Publlshlag Ce ST I hive just received aa assortment of the newest shapes In ladles Hats and a nice line of DOTS Goods I lUTe the May Atiatna Patterns for silo lit 10v cents teach MRS So It SAKBK FOllSALE 0 Show Case 2 Mirrors 1 Money Safe 4 dozen list Stands 1 Figure MRS A T FISH Houses and Gardens fer Rent Call on G D HolliAiy at the Berea Bank and Trust Company HENRY EENGFECCNER TINNER OMeu oyr 1atONceIbone lad AVaroboune ant of IMpt Steel Roofing Cheaper Than Eves Tao tIC Trough K less than Old IjrJca ooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo o College Items io 0 HERE AND THERE o- oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeocoi o Tho annual Student Excursion wilt Ita ran to Louisville on Friday of this week A two hours stopover will bo mode at Frankfort Mr Little of the American Sunday School Union was In Dora lost Tues day and Wednesday Proto Marsh was In Richmond Friday on business Nathnn F Ambrose writes from Colorado that he Is planning to be in licroa next tall to continuo his school workA company of ten College workers with their wives went to Narrow Gap Sunday to attend a Sunday School AtlscesIlauptmold Mr and Mrs Gamble sang Dr Thomsons mother of Lorain 0 Is visiting bin family in Oereo Misses Cameron and Sshutmker who rammed last week Tuesday from their trip to the Southern pduoatlon ol Conference In Plnhurst North Caro lien reported very Interesting visits nt Knoxville College and tho Iree bytoffcm School at Ashevllle on their VI1IThe iMuiiloal Oonsirvutory Monday night give a tine program to a large and apprcofculvo audltnoe in the Col lige CbaptL The meMo In Dean f uteMilly Improving In glade an quality The following clipping f the Dilly Hustlw of MadlaonvlU KyH telh of the work ot the quartet In the Y AL C A Confermco held there recently The Ariel Mate Quarktte of fttnu College rendered Mveral aelectionp and wore rpait lly ruulled This Is one of the boat male quartette In Uieisa4o und their sucoFiringp22Four negro convicts who recently escaped from tho Durham coal mines at Pitts burg robbed the homo of J B Dcnson Chnttooga county yesterday A posso was formed and soon located them in ofthnegroes was hors wounded perhaps fatally the fourth escaping Must Answer Contempt Charge Boles Idaho April 22Charged with approaching a juror in tho trial of William D Haywood which IIIJto begin hero May 9 W N Yost must tomorrowmanswer to a of contempt of court Complaint against Yost was mode by Juror J L Waggoner a far mer who lives near Meridian Auto Run Down by Fast Train Marshalltown la April 22A O Hunt of Elizabeth N J foreman for tho Halt Signal company was Instant escapedan tactItJapans Representative Victoria D c April 22 Viscount Avail Japanese minister at Washing ton has been appointed to represent Japan In negotiations for n treaty ro glinting tho Bering sea fisheries In which tho United States Great Brit nln and Japan are expected to partici pate eatMrs Myers In Penitentiary Jefferson City Mo April 22Sborfff Thomason of Clay county has de pentfttence for the murder of her husband i Kansas City uu jFor Thin PoorBlood You can trust a medicine tested 60 years I Sixty years of experience think oF that I Experience with Ayers Sarsaparilla the original Sarsa parilla the strongest Sarsaparilla the Sarsaparilla the doc tors endorse for thin blood weak nerves general debility doItbowels eoiutlratoO rev the trit poiilbM re ulti JOB boulil take LixatUa riou mil hlletakingrlmaarsapsdtla belles wUl qnlckl t poodiU to will the boveU IA xdbyZC Ayer Co Umll XMJ 1 Ala ssuuretrnn or lJerS AlIl1B HAIR IODI l I BEREA WINS 9 TO 8 Highland Ccllege of WlllUensburc Plays an ExclUnr 6 mo of Base Ball with Bores College Team Tho loom from Highland GriU o arrival 4n Boroa about 11 oclock Wedncotoy morulug lira Win being very late Tho game waa called at 345 by Prof Mnrsli who umpired for umplrd roCnrho trams were toaJo up as Callous BBRBA fMecio Co Powers 3b Nickel 2bi Hos kiis p Buchanan rC Kltoc ss Rellly cf Jhu If OUndflll Ib aDIIY HIGHLAND Bender If Parish sa Fowler p Sunnier 3b Jenkins lb- Pestlowalt 2b Anderson ct Denham rf dicQcver Co Boroa chose to give Highland the bat at tho beginning of tho first tin nine and Joe Deader who was feel Ing quIto at homo on the Bcrm fluid lid off with a run for Highland In the second Inning the only run was nude by Hopkins for Dorm In the third Inning C F Bender maile another tally for Highland In the Fourth Powers and Nickel broth brought ono for Iloriji nnd Sunnier one Highland In the fifth Mee a forI ltrIJsbIn tho ooventh Inning Berea roOt buSafter putUne HIghkind out and MOM Powers Nickel and Hop kins came home Their cxaonplcs were quickly followed la the eighth by Highland for which Parish Fow ler Sumner and Postlevwatt swred Tbtm as Berta nude nathing in their half they came to the ninth Inalng with tOO score 8 to 8 Hopkins end Meefp went carefully to work and land Highland out In a tow minutes with no further points Nickel went to the bat end got to first bias on a grounder which the first hascznob couldnt hold after It Ifed gotten to him and Hopkins went to bat with his eye on a good spot for the trill about three millS off After a while the ball mine that suited hUn and he sent it off down into the bock of the center field and be and Nickel Btartnd to wander around the dia mond Anderson wnmiervouHnml had herd work to get the ban oft the ground and Nickel hit the hone plate irail Bcrea had won It wtra a pretty game and as itho 1ro1thff was Ideal there was a urge crowd wutch Ing BEE KEEPERS 1 Before you buy your Spring sbpply see the P iil lin S Beehive manufactured arid sold by Wood Work CollegeBereaKy latest improved Has all conveniences and is an 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high praise has been chosen poet laureate of Prance for the year passed The honor Is one conferred annually by a vote of eminent literary people on the most distinguished poet of the year It Is Prof Henry A Sill of Cornell who has found a classical justification of the slang expression 23 In Plu larchs account of the assassination of Julius Caesar where it Is recorded that tho cause of his farewell was 23 wounds inflicted by the senatorial con splrators Some may think that this la silly lord Walsingham acknowledged to be the finest shot in England Is prob ably the only man in the world whose aim is so accurate that he can shoot wasps on the wing He is also an accomplished writer one of the first en tomologists of the day a fellow of many learned societies and owner of the finest collection of moths and but terflies In the world Iathe former doutna last year there were comparatively few young men t and many old ones there being twice as many over CO years of age as there rwero under 30 Now the proportion Is ateiost exactly reversed About one fifth of the members are under 30 while onetenth are over 50 Between those ages the majority are nearer tho younger than the older figure 40 per cent being between 30 and 40 while only 80 per cent are between 40 and CO Analyzed by classes or parties the moujlk or peasant members are the youngest of all and the reaction aries are the oldest The Worlds Work obtains from the last census the surprising fact that among the working women of the United States there must be Included nearly 2000 stock raisers and drovers almost as many fishermen and oyster men and more than 1300 miners and quarrymen Also there are 167 mar sons 126 plumbers and fitters 879 watchmen and policemen 196 blrxk smiths 113 woodchoppers 154 boat men and sailors 100 lumbermen 43 carriage and hack drivers 26 switch men and yardmen 31 brakemen C ship carpenters 21 stevedores 18 longshoremen 81 civil engineers and sun V veyors I In the great basin between the Rock tee aad the Sierra NeVadas Ha the ghosts of many dead lakes Rivers Btlll flow down the dry edges of these onetime great reservoirs and are licked up by evaporation and the Chi nook winds Of all the lakes that once lay there only Great Salt lake lake Tahoe and Bear lake are left The Southern Pacific rolls for 165 miles across the bed of what was 1once Lake Lahontan and passengers Idly from tbe windows may see 1 the terraces and wrinkles In the crust of the fossil lake which nature robbed t arid defrauded of Its crystal treasures ages ago- Australia Is arrangingto establish M twocent rate of postage on letters sot only throughout Australia but with all parts of the British empire and all foreign countries that will deliver two cent letters from Australia The time is coming when two cent ocean postage will be the universal rule Once in awhllo a foreigner mates a really sapient remarks concerning the- E observations he has made ip this coun try An Austrian attic for whom President Roosevelt sat declared that the president is ideally American because be could not keep him stills Jfenummtt 3htflimtr of tIlt ID11tuter 3patt luy nrri By PROF BRANDER MATTHEWS or Columbia University effectIofgrs on a season or successful play is the popular play per se When the people stop going to seo it the performances cease In this connection it is interesting to know that all tho great dramatists even Shakespeare anti Molfore first wrote for tho theater as a commercial propositionto please and amuso the public After they obtained rec ognition the fitter things that wore in them finally and invariably came out The general lesson of the theater must therefore be sought among the theatergoers themselves This raises the question of what may be called for want ofa better term the morals of a crowd The code of morality of 1000 persons in a theater is decidedly higher than the morals of oaoh person in that crowd if taken separately and formed into a general aver age Every crowd contains the usual number of moral men and women immoral persons and those who do not give any particular thought to morals Yet the verdict of the crowd as a whole is for morality The im moral and unmoral people do not count or they give their verdict in favor of the moral side of the question You Will find this in its elemental form in tho performances of melo dramas at tho cheaper theaters The audiences contain the usual propor tion of immoral persons Yet tho latter act in concert with the others Thqy hiss the villain applaud heroism resent a falsehood from the item ine and sympathize with the hero when he is down Uit not out The effect of this concerted morality on an immoral person not only in tho cheaper theater butat more pretentious performances has a decided per manent value The temper of the American theatergoing public is clearly a moral one Whey will not go to an immoral play for any length of time The theater also holds an important place in the lives of the people as a school of manners When a playgoer sees a production by John Drew and leis company or a comedy by Augustus Thomas or Clyde Fitch ho seems to enter a drawing room where politeness and good manners aro tho rule For three hours he becomes one of those who live in this atmos phere The good manners are not forced upon him Ho knows that the actors and actresses do the proper tiling If this is different from what ho usually does the difference is noticed at once Knowing that tIle con duct he sees is proper he decides to follow the example of the actors ihlig1131brala Nrrbrb tilletpf rti By MARY KENNEY OSULLIVAN Women are individuals as as mon and they possess tal ents and capa as well us men It is on tho face it absurd to assume onehalf of time hu man race are they must all do the same thing Some are good cooks and so are some men Some arc good managers and so arc some men Some women are good wives and some men arc good husbands and so on all life In the industrial world woman is comparatively a now factor where man has for centuries held swayand She has not yet adjusted her new life to her accustomed domestic habits She often takes a job as a makeshift until site shull marry and she is irresponsible in the way she does it and the pay site demands for it But though she is in this respect- ti greater sinner than brother man he is not and he has not her centuries dcpendchje behind him in excuse for his shiftlessness There is something of degradation in the idea of dependence and much nobility the idea of service The woman who is able to see lifo from this standpoint and to make her work a is my opinion a success and an equal with the man who sees lifo from the same standpoint The more I know of life in its daily routine tho more I am convinced that the highest ideals are not reached by any sex or class but by high standards of truth and equity within the Only men and women who have high standards to the very depth tff theit being will find and nobility in the idea of service With these standards man will develop the best possibilities of his manhood and woman the best possibilities of her woman hood possibilities different in kind but alike in excellence and alike in helpfulness wIlt arrrlxw a nf tIntl1rrl1Pn By ANNA STEESE RICHARDSON New York well individual energies bilities of that because women women women through guiltless of in individual service in possible individual equality One great lesson one hopeful sign can be drawn from painful if dramatic scenes enacted during the past few weeks in local court rooms It has been es tablished that mother hood remains sacred in the public mind With all the talk about trial marriages and various new angled adjustment of family relations this great sensationloving city demands motherhood of the oldfashioned type and the worldold relations between mother and daughterDuring the Thaw trial is has developed that whether the mother of Evelyn Nesbit ThaW winked at her daughters indiscretions or not accepted he share of th prick of her daughters dishonor or not public sen timent hascrystallized in contempt for the woman who should have stood between her daughter and the latters shame Whether 3r Whllau was or was not guilty of administering poison to her aged mother the public mind revolted nt the mere thought that such a crime could have been committed Wives may murder unfaithful husbands or the woman who wrecked their homes and sons may strike down unfaithful friends or brutal ruth erS and New York will pass the crime by practically unnoticed but let the relations between mother and child bo violated and sated sophistI- cated hardened New Yrk Jolts up to notice and express disapproval So long as motherland is retained on this pedestal so long at its sacredness appeals so long as it is recognized that women fulfill their noblest calling in bearing and properly rearingchildren there is hopo for every city every nation f DUTY OF RAILROADS THEY HANDLE TRAFFIC BUT DO NOT CREATE ITITheir Sole Function It to Transport the Products of Prosperity and When Prosperity Wanes the Rail roads Suffer In Proportion That greatest of railroad absorb ers Mr E 11 Harriman ia quoted In a recent interview as saying that he favors a tariff revision Including tho removal of duties on works of art that steel rails are not works of art but ho wishes they were From which it ia plainly to bo inferred that Mr Harriman would like to ace steel rails placed on the tree list so that he could buy them cheaper Mr Harriman Is among the foremost opponents of federal and state Interference with railroads He ob jects to governmental regulation of rates to laws prohibiting tho pay ment of rebates to favored shippers to statutory restrictions such as would forbid the buying of a railroad and tho Immediate Inflation of 1U securities by tho issue of stock and bonds three times tho amount of the purchase price To hinder or forbid transactions of this character Is In the opinion of Mr Harriman a harsh revolutionary and destructive policy But ho would welcome government al Intcrcfercnco when it took the shape of flee trade la steel rails If con gross would step in and help the rail roads to beat down the price of Amer- Ican labor products and also tho prlco of American labor Mr Harrl man would be greatly pleased We do not know the length of Mr Harrlmans nose but should suppose It to be not a very long one The end of his noso seems to be the limit of his vision regarding economic ques tions and the shortness of his vision implies an cxcedlngly short nose It is evident that genius for mergers is his long suit and that the ability to percelvo the real source of prosperity and profit making in practical rail reading Is not among his accomplish ments Obviously he does not under stand that the solo function of a rail road is to transport tho products of prosperity and that when these products shrink there must bo an equiva lent shrinkage in railroad earnings Free trade in steel rails would carry with it freo trade in a very large number of other articles For elgn prices plus cost of transports lion about ono per cent as a general average would determine prices In this country Hither we should have the great bulk of our wants supplied by foreigners or we should be compelled to reduce wages so as to hold tho American market against the competition of cheap foreign pay rolls One or the other of the two horns of tho dilemma must Impale us There Is no escape With foreigners supplying the bulk of our requirements American wage paying wage earning and wage spend ing must largely disappear Would that bo good for Mr Harrlmans rail roads Would they then carry as much freight and as many passengers as they now carry If Mr Harriman thinks they would ho had best look back to the low tariff period of 1893 1S97 earl count the railroad properties that went Into tho hands of receivers If as the other alternative Amen can wages should bo reduced 30 40 or 50 per cent from their present high level In order that Americans might continue to do tho work of Americans would tho American freight bill be as largo and the Amer ican passenger traffic as great Un questionably not Railroads do not create traffic They only carry It when industrialism has created goods to bo carried when wage earning and wage upending have created a market for those goods Any reduction in the purchasing power of American wage earners would be In stantly felt by American railroads Take away any part of the tremendous volume of business fur nlshed through meeting tho consum ing demands of American wage earn crsand there would be weeping and wailing and gnashing of teeth among the high finance apostles of oar great railroad systems James J Hill would not then bo saying that 5000000000 is needed right now with which to provide additional trackage and other facilities for handling tho cnqrmous traffic that overwhelms tho roads Tab present pressure would quickly abate and present facilities would be moro than ample- MrHarriman would then bo merg ing bankrupt railroads If he merged anything at all This gentleman and the general body of manipulating magnates will do well to devote attention to their favorite pastime of finding a market for Inflated aectiri ties so long as the law will let them They shine in this branch of tho bus iness But they should let customs tariffs alone Least of all should they hanker for freo trade In steel rails or any other product of American labor and industry That way bankruptcy liess If tho governing brains of American railroads could grasp to the full the true relation of their own interests to the vast interests of production and employment they would be among tho mo earnest and active supporters of protection to be found In all the land- Secretary of Agriculture Wilson says the prosperity of the United States cannot be destroyed by Wall street flurries The people throughout the country are clearly of the same opinion WHAT THE ROW IS ABOUT Washington Post Has the Right Idea AboutTarlff Tangle Shrewdly and correctly the Wash Ington Post estimates tho true In wardness of our tariff tangle with Germany when It says Germany wants to sell lion sugar In our market In competition with the sugar trust That Is what tho row Is aboutUndoubtedly tho chlof cause of irri tation has been tIm foolish dicker with Cuba Prior to tho time when wo elected to favor Cuban sugar by a 20 per cent tariff reduction Gorman beet uugar camo to this country at the rato of 10000000 a year Di rectly following tho conclusion of the reciprocity deal with Cuba our im ports of German sugar fell to about 110000 a year Tho refusal of con gross to lower tho duty on refined sugar to correspond with tho reduce tion of tho tariff on Cuban raw sugar was an especial offenso to Germany The effect of that rtfusnl wus to put many millions of dollars annually In to tho pocket of tho uugar trust and take many millions out of the pockets of German sugar growers From that moment Germany began to study how to compel the United States to give fair treatment to Gorman ex ports of sugar Result the high max imum tariff with which Germany threatens to discriminate against American exports unless substantial tariff concessions shall be granted In favor of German exports mal Is what the row Is about Tho Pest Is absolutely right in this view All tho present trouble has grown out Cf tho chapter of follies perpetrated In the name of Cuban reciprocity Not alone did that mtagulded move Involve A rank Injustice to Ame can growers of sugar and tobacco a trade balatrco loss of = 50000000 a year and a loss of 15000000 to 18000000 a year in revenues but It so angered Germany by Its gross favoritism toward Cuban sugar planters and tho American sugar trust that for nearly three years the club of German retaliation and revcnga has been shaken in tho face of our government Tho Cnbaa blunder llca at the root of tho present situation That Is what tho row U about INTERNATIONAL GAME Uncle SamI chip one tariff Germany I ratio you with mj double tarlt- rPranccI doublo that raise with a cottonseed oil tariff advanced from SUO to 5 per kilo 20 pounds John Rull1 pass for the present Just now 1vo gut nothing but notar iff chips Perhaps Ill be better fixed one of these days Uncle SamHadnt we better postpone this gamo a few months When my congress meets next December and passes tho McClcary bill Ill bo ready to see both of your raises and call both bluffs with a maximum tar iff of my own Not Make Tin Plater Ono of the questions which Wil liam McKinley used to ask when ho was stumping the country as an advo cute of the protective tariff in 1891 was Not make tin plate Freo traders instated the manufacture of tin plate could never be a success la the United States In answer McKinley produced tho facts such as they were Tho United States was ntlll a heavy Importer of tin plates More than 1000000000 pounds had been brought in the year before Lost year tho Importations had been reduced to 127000000 Meanwhile tin plato of domestic manufac tune is being exported In Increasing quantities more than 1000000 pounds of It last year And besides tills Iliac tically every pound of tin plato which was brought Into the country In 1905 was shipped out again In tho form of cans boxes and other manufactured articles In ouch cases tho exporter gets back 99 per cent of the duty he has paid as drawback Only 48 Per Cent The output of the German Steel syn dicate during 1906 according to tho Iron and Steel Trades Review amount ed to 11079000 tons of finished and semifinished products As this quan tlty comes very near being equal to the total output of Germany comb nation in that country may bo said to have reached a degree of effective ness not attained In the United States Despite tho talk about trusts in the United States tho greatest of the steel concerns does not boast a great er proportion fof the countrysoutput than about 48 per cent San Fran cisco Chronicle n A ATHLETES AND DRINK Feats of Strength Are Best Done Without Alcoholtp t It Is because of tho weakening ef feet of alcoholic liquors that men in training for feats requiring great k strength do without alcoholJth t letes cricketers footballers swim filers all know that the man who wants to last must avoid intoxicant Drink lane shortened the playing dayssof thousands of sportsmen and lotos Some of tho strongest men who Sum tWoatolltramped 5000 tulles In 100 days lien af Ion a champion oarsman Cape tWebb who swam across tho Kagllsh channel Mills Holbein and other cyclists Frank Holmes who recent ly swam from Dover to within a t I short distance of tho French coast iHiclcenschniMt the great wrestler y Tyldosloy the Lancashire cricketer tho sown teetotal members of the Australian cricket team which cams to this country In 1903 Ute members of tho New Zealand Rugby football w team most of whom are both tee totaler and nousmokora all go to show that where strength of muscle Is required abstinence Is bust DRINK MAKES DEAD BEATS rl Results of Investigation of Business Men of Creston la i y e- At Croston Ia tho lluslness Mens nsnooUtloa for stilt protection has nude a list of all tho men who reside In that city They have classified tbostion the basis of willingness and ability to pay their bills The results are at follows Of 100 men who pay their tills t I promptly and regularly only three of them are drinking men Out of 100 men who do not Tray their hills either l regularly or promptly 97 of them drink spa only three o them are considered total abstainers All of those who Aro on tho blacklist not to be trusted fortany sum whatever 97 per cent am saloonkeepers bartenders and regular patrons of the grog shop Creston has 12 saloons The railroad shops of the C Ilh Q Ate located thorp and about n 65000 In wages from tho railroad Is the sum of tho monthly expenditures The saloons do not have the patronage of tho railroad men connected with fthe rolling stock hut get much of the f- I earnings of tho common laborers and the shop men Creston would be ann I tw re lolly thousands of dollars better off each year were the saloons drlteh uut Dial of IrogresawA Banks Temperance Rules A leading bank of Cleveland 0 t has adopted a very stringent rule j IJcmploellIs required to sign an agreement that r ttOllcatlngseem a hardship said an official of tho bank In explanation of their ac than to prevent a young man from entering a hotel or restaurant to which ho might go with tho best At motives but with this rule agreed to on the part of the employer and enfforced on the part of the bank wo feel il sure that an omployo la not going to steal tho banks money for tho pur pose of spending It In Improper places nor are the employes likely to form tho acquaintance of short card gamblers or race track touts la tho dairy lunch rooms The Open SaloonYObjection to tho open saloon IK m widespread More than onethird of the population of the country Is lit Ing under some form of prohibition according to a statement recently Is sued by the temperance people says t IYouths Companion There are only 1 a few states with general prohibitory laws but many have laws which per il malt the different communities to detchic whether they shall havo open anloons or not All but 13 towns of i Tennessee aro no license in Arkan Iunderliquor selling and In Vermont and Now Hampshire which recently adopt ed tho license system the towns which favor tho saloon are fewer thanythose which exclude It 9Sobriety the Remedy It is nearly always tho man nJhis prime or tho young ablebcdled man who bulks so largely among + tho unemployed assorts Mr Mercer secretary of tho Charity Organization society of Blackburn England In Iirecent magazine article Ho states lthat by far the greater portion who t iapplied to the local distress tee last winter were In tho prlmooiJllfo and tho same thing was notice able among tho applicants to tho cor tporation tabor bureau Tho opinion of Mr Mercer Is that sobriety would work wonders In helping to provide r more employment Move for CanteenSA movement Is on foot among the women of Washington for tbo restor atlpn of the army canteen which watt banished a few years ago at the in stance of the W C T U and other It temperance organization throughout the union k to I THEIR MILITARY COMPANY t1 The Boy Who Would Be Captain ands What Came of It jI LukeEdwards1i airound the corner of tho barn Vhoro tho other boys ware already I11iU bled Well you wont be retorted Tom niy Green indignantly twnt fair j corning on tin that way Youre ul ewayn doing things when wo aint- reaily to get ahead companyAVUHuo8licd un to meet hero nnd this Is Ms- 4jari and were to train on his land of COUMO ho ought to havo first ciiai co Then ho ought to have spoke flrnt tnocked Luke Ho didnt so Im japtnnv you dont knot as much bout training expostulated Tommy though less vehemently Willie brothers a soldier and be under alnnds things nnd and Is Intrested aheadandcant IT demanded Luke aggressive Ijr Thats what a captains for And qokoct captain wants to Interposed Will 10 generously tho oddsT Iwhal bo cant do It So well as you can loam smiled Willie what Im trying to do It I tlndj out anything ho dont know I can show hint Bo In spite of a general fooling of discontent Luke became captain and alkfd on ahead andwaved his sword end called out sharp and contradictory commands which tho 20 boys tried to follow because Willie assured them that Midlers first duty was to obey Oat as to accepting Willies advice that was something Luke would not- do tt waa a reflection on his dignity as captAin to receive advice from Ito rank And moro than that ho In fllalt H l on puttlig his brother In lieu tenant and his two cousins second lieutenant and sergeant and to keep the peace Willie persuaded his cm tiaalons to accept the situation Thus It went on until along in October when tho town was thrown Into sudden excitement by the unexpected arrival of an o4 resident who had gono away and In SO years bad risen to bo a famous general Of course there was a hurriedly ar ranged parade In which tho prominent mon and tho band and schoolchildren took part and In whichto olr consternation and delight the Juvlncibles were naked to join Thy were at tho very cad of tho J THE CRYSTAL GROTTO A Boy or Gift Can Make One for Himself TOM have doubtless heard of tho beautiful crystal caves such as Mam moth Cave In Kentucky A Perfect imitation la very easily mode A deep cigar box will do to start with Now cut fivo openings In tho top ends and sides Then drlvo nails through tho r A The lox Complete top sad bottom Into the Inside Tie nail should be of various Icngtkfl so that many Jagged points may result Wrap these points about ID various l directions with coarse thread or string or wltb canton flannel Plug + an tho openings with corks except use In the top and then pour through tint Into tho box a warm solution of alum Now plug up thjs coolsI tag a pou d of alum la a gallon of t warm water After the crystallltatloa and the ro Moval of the corks the Jagged endso and surface inside will bo found to be a covered with bright crystals that look exactly llko the stalactites of a beau tiful grotto Then explains Good Literature coy er the holes In the top sides and one end with colored glass and over the t front openIng place white glass or what Is moro effective If you can pro J cure U a convex spectacle lens hay tag a focus about equal to the length ot the box The Liberty Bell Tbo most celebrated bell In the United StAtes is that knowa as the iLtberty lieU In old Independence s hall at Philadelphia It was Imported 1from England In 17C2 was cracked a trial stroke and recast in Phili adelphia by Isaac NorrIs On 1776 this bell announced tho signing of the Declaration of Independence During Us tolling on the occasion ot the funeral of Chief Justice Marshall In 1835 tho bell was again cracked Since that time It has been Oil tiai 1 ktUoa In IndeoendencB hall J parade and when thoy came opposijs tho plaza of tho little hotel the spec tators wero astonished to see the ken era suddenly leave his chair and ap proach them Very good very good Indeed he commended It makes mo think of a little company that I commanded In this very street some 40 years ago But I have a proposition to make boys that I hope youll agree to Wo will they cried In chorus Walt till I get through genially Thvro are some defects In your maneuvering which I noticed and would llko to remedy If you will let mo reorganize tho company I will glvo you a full outfit ot caps and bolts and wooden guns and swords for of ficers JX you agree Yes yes yes cried the boys Good Now go through nil your movements carefully I will watch I Speak to Ba Captain and give you 20 minutes I want to study each man At tho end ot 20 minutes ho held up handThat will do ho called The buy with brown cap will step from the line ho will bo your captain The boy with the brown cap was Wllllo Jackson Sow that boy in tho baseball suit and tho ono with the red tie and the ono who carries a broom handle They will bo your first and second llcutcn anU and sergeant Tho boy In tho baseball suit was Tommy Greeny th Yothers atretwo- who had closely followed Willies ad vlco to obey orders Luke Kdwardi stared at tho general Incredulously Hut whatll I bo bo demanded 0 you will havo to go back Into tho ranks my boy the general smiled It will be for your own good No ono can command until ho knows howlloslon Globe ADOUT LIONS There Is another pocuHar thing about lions said the trainer and that Is that they will not cat the flesh of a fowl You might tempt them with a canvasback duck or tho daintiest squab but they would refuse It This Is a scientific fact 1 have tried it many times I remember onco hay- Ing a swan which had broken Its wing Wo killed It dressed It carefully and throw It Into tho cage of tho lions but they would not touch it and It finally had to bo taken out and thrown away I have repeatedly put pigeons alive Into tho cage Just to see what they would do I havo thrown grain down among tho lions and tho pigeons havo actually got down and hopped around the big brutes oven hopping on their backs tho lions making no attempt to disturb them oven seeming to ea joy their companionship There Is something strange about this which Is rather difficult to ex plain To my mind U argues that a lion la not brutal ia his Instincts Savage ho undoubtedly Is Fierce at all times but fierce with justice I believe every ono of my lions has a conscience I know that very ono ot them knows tho difference between rlbt and wrong they know their wondrous power and aro charitable They would novel attempt to Injure anything that in no way could do them harm Tho study of a lion his habits character and capabilities Is one ot the most Interesting I know It of fare a field as yet comparatively un known but tho more ono goes Jnto It the moro time ono takes to find out Just what n lion IB tho moro he Is convinced that ho has rightly been named the king of beasts Studying the Ideal Little Joey Is the youngest memhnr of a family whore vital faith In the power of thoughtconcentration is fully recognized Quito logically therefore says Youths Companion when his recent acquirement a couple ot bantam hens began to lay very small eggs much below Joeys stand ant of size ho put his mind on the matter with an original if slightly unscientific result Going to the henhouse one morn lag Joeyd father was surprised to see an ostrich egg tied to one of the beams and above It a card with the words Keep your eye ea this add your beat P ten i7 Ml43 Fik444 fMk44F + 4 M JOSEPH THE WISE RULER IN EGYPT SofiJiy Stfcocl Ltiioa fr May 5 1907 Specially prepared for this piper i++++++ + + ++ IKSSON TEXTGcn 41SSO memory VMTfO 2840- OOLOISN TJTIf any of you lack wisdom let him auk of OodJu 11 TIMBB C lUG Uiwltrr two years after the relem a of Pharaoh chief butter to D C 107 when Joseph was made known to Mm brethren seven years of plenty find two years of famine lI ACKTho capital of Egypt at this tune was either Zoan the modern San near ono of the mouth of the Nile or llcliopolls On ala or seven miles north east tit modern Cairo PACB IN lltBTOUr The Pharaoh of Egypt wu probably one of the third and last Hyhum dynasty and possibly the last llykcos king Apepl Comment and Sugyettlvo Thought Joseph Opportunity Comes at Last Gen 41114 first clause After Joseph hat been In prison for three years for a third time dreams entered his life as a controlling factor This time It was the dreams of Pharaoh who saw In his sleep seven fat COWl the cow was a sacred animal to the Egyptians coming up out of tho one river of the country the great Nile Opportunities Life chances come In ways we never expect Joseph might have ranged the plains of his native Mesopotamia in wild freedom for a hundred years and never have found such a chance of promotion as came to him within the precincts of that gloomy and stifling dungeon Matheson Joseph Wise Interpretation and Sound Advlce Ocn 41 1436 An in dication of coming success Is Josephs humility It is not In me ho said modestly when told of the task before him God shall give Pharaoh an answer On the ono band humility on tho other faith These two should always go together and the union ot the two secures the cooperation of Jeho vabW M Taylor The steps of Josephs advancement are very clear and may be followed by any young roan desirous of getting along in the world 1 lie was not discouraged and downcast by adverse circumstances 2 lie did his best wherever he was 3 He made friends by his readiness to help U He trust ed God and waa always ready to ac knowledge him 6 He was modest and waited for others to suggest his advancement 6 He was patient and waited Gods rood time 7 Ho made use of the little opportunities and so was all ready for the great ones when they arrived A Lesson of Patience The butlers dream came true in three days but there was not much ot It when It was fulfilled It took 13 years for Josephs dreams to bo realized because tho dreams meant so much It a mans work Is of small Importance he can be prepared for It In a little while hut when he has a great mission to fulfill It requires a long time to tit him for It Let no ono grow Impa tient In Gods school however stow the advancement mays boF It MillerThe Great Opportunity Nobly Used Joseph Saves the Nation Vs 4667 Gen 471326 V 46 Joseph when he entered upon his great task was 30 years old so that ho had been 13 years In servitude since ho was 17 years old when sold Into Egypt Im mediately on receiving his commission he went out from the presence of Pharaoh not remaining among the novel delights and pleasures ot the court but going vigorously to work Ills first step was to go throughout all the land ot Egypt deciding where to place tho vast storehouses that would bo required and Issuing orders for their construction V47 As Joseph had prophesied In the seven plenteous years tho earth brought forth by handfuls a kernel or perhaps a stalk yielding a handful Egypt was at that time tho worlds granary and it still exports a consid erablo amount ot wheat Was Josephs Policy JustIIe sold the craln to the starving people and there Is no Indication that he sold ft at starvation prlcea To have given It away would have pauperized the people and Injured their character irretrievably So the British government la dealing with the terrible famines In India enters upon large public works upon which the needy natives are employed that they may earn money to buy bread But then when the money gave out Joseph took th1 peoples domestic animals in return for wheat then took their land and at last themselves emphasizing the final purchase by gathering the rural population In the cities probably for convenience In feeding them Thus Joseph brought about a complete revo lution In the social condition of the nation everything now belonged to Pharaoh The monuments show that at the close of the Hyksoa dynasty there was no private ownership of land all Egyptians being mere paying to the king as taxes onefifth part of the crops This get ount ln the Bible is the only explanation of how the great change came about It is never too early to begin to make ready for great opportunities Joseph the boy was father of Joseph the man Be sure that God will do his part but will Insist on your doing your part also That wonderful power of elec tricity which gives us wireless telegraphy was in the world from the be ginning waiting for some one to see the opportunity it afforded Make use of little opportunities as if they were great you never can tell but they may turn out to be great Most tmportintof all accept Gods Idea of what cessUtutes a really great pportunjty PRQMJIkNf COLLEGE PRtSIOENT ADDRESS AN IMMENSE MEETING OF ARBITRATION CONGRESS Labor Attitude Set Forth By its Lead ers 5000 Young People Attend Meeting at Carnegie Hall New York April 17arhat lalell Kcnce knowledge culture are the things which tho universities can con trllmtn to tho cause of universal peace was the consensus opinion of the college presidents who spoke at Carnegie hall at the university meeting of the pcnco congress Tho hall was packed Vice Chancellor Roberts of Can bridge University and Pro Vico Chan cellar llhys of Oxford wero the two foreigner educators who also spoke President John Flnley of the City col lego of New York was an American representative In place of PresIdent Eliot of Harvard and PresIdent James of tho University of Illinois who were unable to bo present Dr Felix Adler also spoke Another largely attended pence meeting was held In Cooper Union jcproBentatlve of organized labor Joseph n Bushanan Introduced the speakers who Included Terence V Powdorly and Samuel Oompers The meeting which had for Its gen oral topic Organized Labor In Relation to the Peace Movement was enthusiastic Mr Powderly said It Is fitting that labors volco should DO raised for peace I think labor and capital have provided the way It was not dreamed a few years ago that labor and capital would shako hands Samuel Gompera said It takes moro courage today to engage In the silent paUent sacrifices of life than It does to go Into tho carnage of war Today thank God the White flag no longer Indicates a yellow streak and it requires courage for a man to say Peace Instead of war John Barrett fonnermlnlster to Cc Jombla spoko at the meeting at the Hotel Astor when tho Commercial and Industrial Aspects of tho Peace Movement were considered Jairfes W Van Cleave spoke on the Importance of Peace to Industry Former Governor of New Hampshire X H Bachelder who Is now matte of the National Grange followed pledging the farmers to tho peace movement jtvo thousand young people responded to the invitation to a young peoples meeting at Carnegie hall FIVE CITIES DEVASTATED The Towns of Ayutla and Ometepe 4 Wiped Off the Map City of Mexico April 17Uellv earthquake shocks continued on tile west coast until 4 oclock In the morn Ing Late news from tho area of the greatest destruction in the recent earthquake shows that the devastation was greater than at first supposed Besides the destruction of tho clUes of Chtlpanclngo and Chimps it is now reported that the city of TLctla be twcen the two cities above named and containing about tho same population as Chtlpanclngo Vas nlso leveled to the ground and messengers from the coast who have reached Chlpanclngi SlIT that the towns of Ayutla and Ome tepee have been wiped off the map To Protect Sisters Honor Mattoon 111 April 1710 protect tho honor of his sister which ho nl leges was at stake Jesso Moore 19 shot Charles Fry to death Moore says that Vfy was paying undue attention to his 13yearold sister despite remora strances A coroners Jury returned A verdict of murder and Moore was remanded to the county jail Burglars Secure 4400 Hazleton la April 17Robbers forced an entrance to the State bank of Hazleton blew open tho vault Be cured 4400 in cash and escaped Be fore exploding tho nitroglycerIn the robbers piled sacks of cement secured from a neighboring store all over the safe deadening the sound of the ex plosion Will Probably Create Twd Cardinal London April 17A Rome conre upondent says that Bishop OGorman of Sioux Falls S D has been positive ly assured by the Vatican that tho pope at the next consistory will satisfy the aspirations of the Roman Catholics In the United States and will create at least one and perhaps two cardinals Former Judge Held Up Philadelphia April 17Former Judge Maxwell Stevenson was held up robbed and brutally beaten by two colored men in front of his home He was cut about tho head and face and left lying on the pavement by the highwaymen who rifled lila pockets Peary May Take Tourists New York April 17 Commande Robert B Fearys next expedition to polar region will consist of an auxll lary ship carrying tourists in addItion te the steamer Roosevelt under Uu explorers command Peary is confi dent of reaching his goal this time Roof Garden Ruined New York 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books TRADE COURSES for aay who kara inlctied Kth pads letons and compound numbers Brickwork Para Manafemeat Prim 4 MaaaceaLearnACADEMY REGULAR COURSE a yean fw thoM whe UYI largely finished common branches The most practical aad fatcraaV loC studies to tit a youI person tar as uara1e cad aefal life Choice ef Studies is offered k this wan M that a yatua nan may secure a diploma k Agriculture cad a 741 uaf lady ta Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL a yean to it for kurtaaaa Ens s part of this course as fall aad winter terms ia Tacy pcoitaMa SaaaM extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY twe the cad thief y az coarse with Latin German Algebra History Scieaea ata ittkf for college COLLEGIATE four years Literary Scieatiftc aad Classical coars es with uSe of laboratories scientific apparatus sad all MHen methods The highest educational standards NORMAL three and fouryear coarset it ter to proleesiea c4 teaching First year parallel to ItIt grade Medal Seaeela enables oue to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter aad spring terms give the information evltara and trakiag aacaecary Ut a true teacher and cover branches accessary lee State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Vale Calrara Piano Theory Band may be taken aa aa extra k ataaectUa with coy course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a saemeysaaldag ksHratiaa All the asaaay received from students is paid out for their beaet cad the Scheol sxpends oa an average upon each studeat about iffy dollars a yeas more than he pays in This great deficit 1alado op by the gifts c4 Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea ia Mdar tllaaItt may train young men and women fer lives1 aaefulaeea OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our Itudenta- come from the best families and are earnest to do well an4 improve For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents ia Barea live ia College buildings and assist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train ing and getting pay according to the Value of their labor Except in win j j ter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 25 cents I week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 80 cents tins dollar a week- PERSONAL r EXPENSES far datkiag laoadry postage boob cteu vary with different people Berea favors plai clothing Our climate U the best but as students must atteadclan regardless of tin weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes art necessary The Ccaprltl Stare furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and ether accessary artkles at cost Living Expenses are really below cost The College sake BO rent for the fine in which students live char oD1 enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights anawaahi of bedding and towels For table board without ooffee or ultras 125 a week in the fall and 150 ia winter For room furnished fuel lights wash ing of bedding 40 cents a week IB fall sad spring CO ceata in winter School Fees are two First a Dollar Diporit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This is poll but sacs returned when the student departs andbfSecond aa Incidental FuN to nelp on expenses for care of r buildings hospital library eta Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free The Incidental lowerFee for most students is 500 a term 400 U Yodel Schools 000 ia courses with Latin and 700 ia Cfellegiato eoarsee- Paysseat nut fce fat aaVftaea incidental fee lad resin rent by the term board by the month Installments are u follows Fer Wiater Term 12 weeksFirst day 1709 besides 1 deposit 28th day 600 B6ta day 800 total IfeIf paid all kadvance 28 For Sprfag Tern 10weelaFiat day 1440 nth day ZUOr 68th day 270 total 2250 If paid all in adraiot 4SSCO The two tenu together pall for ia advaaoa at a reduction el 1250 making only 4900 Loafer Wiater Tens 18 weeksFirst day 8060 8lh day 8000 56th day 600 84th day 540 total 3800 If paid aI11Ji advance 8700- Refeneliag Students excused to leave tefore sod af term receive back all they have advanced OB board and room except that no allow ante U made for any fraction of a week enda fee of cents is charged for leaving the boarding hall ana fifty teat for leaving a room la term tints There is no refunding of incidental fee It Pays la Sty When you have made your Journey and are yell started in school it pays to stay sa long as possible The First Day of winter tern is January i 1907 Peer iaforaaaUo er friendly advice to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY roc 6 t That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the men and boys who nee it The mountain centhnifoworth more to the mountain people than any other dollar lAPer in the world The Knife and The Citizen for One Dollar I That in subscriptions all the bale See full premium lis1npao7 i t ls a4 Y H ITHBJ HOME I How to Take Care of Flat Irons Hjr 31n Mnrjr S Clnrk I never have water standing near my irons as I think that makes them rust To keep thorn clean nnd smooth I take n piece of beeswax about the t size of a silrox dollar and put it between two pieces of white clothand lay it on a small block which I keep on my ironing table I rub my iron on this while it is very hot and the iron will be as smooth as glass I thou pass it over a paper n few times and it will be perfectly clean and the starched clothes almost never stick to my irons After this treatment th irons will look greasy but they are all right when cleaned this way Whe- thru using them I hang them on a nail until I need them again rTHE SCHOOL II Problems of the District School lljr Prof Dlniniore Put 2Thlngs To Be Kept In Mind Many regulations do not need to bo published they only need to be carriedout Some should be announced so that from the start there may bo uo inconvenience Parents havo a right to know the hour of opening in the morning and closing in the evening so they will know when to start the children to school and when to expect them home Regularity is an excellent training in itself and if learned and lived in the school room will be a valuable acquirement thru life You cannot wisely formulate all your rules and regulations at the beginning A good deal of cutting and fitting will be necessary Prey ious regulations may modify those you intended to follow Emergencies will arise that could not be foreseen Changes are necessary from time to time When n thing happens for the first time consider it carefully and render n wise decision It will form a precedent for future occasions Correct precedents are of great value aud should often grow into customs Even our mistakes are valuable as they teach us what to avoid but they must not become precedents for future actions I Hules for conduct that is published rules should be tow In fact nOne need be announced at the beginning Let it bo taken for granted that the pupils are familiar with right rules of conduct and mean to follow thorn When it becomes necessary to make a rule for conduct formulate it explicitly and state it clearly so that there can be no misunderstanding Then tee that it is observed in letter andspirit When possible rules should be directive rather than prohibitive It is better to tell children what they may do than what they may not do For example if you tell them when they may got drinks leave the room eta you are granting a privilege If you tell them they must not do these things at certain times you are depriving them of a privilege The ono usuallyinvolves tho other but the granting should precede the depriving All rules should be for the good of the greatest number It may be for the good of the individual to be able to run to the teacher for assistance whenever he needs it but it is not for the good of the school A whole class is disturbed while one pupil is waited upon luparliamentary usage a speakers time is his own while ho is on the floor and the chairman must not permit anyone to interrupt him It is no less truo in n recitation f The time belongs to the class and is short enough and the class has n right needsIcome to the teacher to have words pronounced while a class is being heard The writerhas seen so many schools nearly ruined by this that he cannot condemn the practice too strongly And finally the most of tho rules and the strictest should be for the teacher alone He should set a high standard for himself and jf he is now to the work he will have the battle of his life in compelling himself to live up to it There is no power but his own will to make him do this or that and wheu the monotony of the daily grind of toil settles down Upon him f hd will need all his resisting power Then it is that a strict set of rules previously adopted with a determination to follow or die will stand him in goodstead He should make ita rule never to appear before his school in any but a cheerful frame of mind to always be neat in person and appear ance to have his school room in the best possible condition every day to be on time in the morning and all thru the day never to permit his Interest to flag nor his patience to be exhausted never to dp anything that he wouldnot approve in others under like circumstances If he can control himself in such rules as these he will have but little trouble in controlling his pupils Continued Next Week 1THE FARM I ri Drying Fruit lljr Francis O Clark j There is no question but that the mountains of Kentcuky1 could be made to produce a great amount of fruit if the people would choose the right kinds and give the business tho same amount of attention which is required to make it a success elsewhere This would mean not only thorough cultivation but carefulwatching for worms scale and other enemies which are sure to visit the fruit 1 growerMuch can be accomplished by frequent spraying with various kinds of rspray mixtures which will be red next week For the mountain country the drying of peaches apples and berries could be made profitable The foreign demand for these dried fruits is rapidly increasing At present from 35000000 to 45000000 pounds are exported from the U S every year This fruit is put up in 50 lb boxes the ocean freight being only 25c 55per hundred for the dry fruit Dried fruit saves the expense of cansand a large per cent of the freight rates as well as much labor The price of it ranges from 5Jc to So per poundAny farmer can purchase good evaporator in which to dry fruit for from 20 to 40 and at his home the family can evaporate the various of fruit for the market as well as for the home use The marketing pcanbe done at the farmers convenience and does not have to be done in the I of tho work I beavyfHero is a chance for the mountain farnier to compote tyith his neigh hors in the level country where railroads are abundant The starting of this business would mean thousands of dollars for the mountain farmers I Dairy Dots From The American Farmer Only the amount of food in excess of that which is necessary to main- I tain animal heat and repair the waste of the animal tissue can possibly be a source of profit Hence more a cow can be induced to cat above this t amount within safe limits tho larger the profit she should return in the I total amount of food consumed Milking with wet hands is a filthy practice The clean milker uses I clean hands and is sure before he begins that the cows udder is clean und 1thatno falling dirt can get into the milk Using lard on the hands to milking easy will aid in making hard milkers It will also help to keep the cows teats very tender Dampening teats with milk also has the same effect The New Jersey experiment station recently experimented feeding milk cows with cow pea hay and found that with the cow pea ration milk was made at a cost of 308 per 100 pounds while tho cost on a grain ration t was 005 cents On the grain ration the cows produced 88 per cent more r milk and 152 per cent more butter but comparsion of the price of feeds showed a large balance in favor of the cow pea ration Why not plan to sow a few acres to cow peas next season f i t r- a J-c 1 ooooooocoooo J Eighth Kentucky i History s 0- a Thrllllnc Story of tit Tart thli Onl p O hint Rpglmont took In the Civil TVnr oAoslolsoootBowoSoloaohopooos CHAPTEU X IL Continued On the ISth of July while a few ot the Eighth guards were passing some producensin Battery boys stopped tho wagon and began to help themselvaa iSparks clubbed his gun and knocked two of tho battery boys down Some demonstrations of hostility caused the Eighth boys to cock their piece while the sergeant Informed them that they would shoot tho first man that came within three tent of tho wagon After considerable blustering n threats by the Third they retlrod and after that the Eighth boys had no trouble with them robbing wagons Chaplain Kindred like the faithful soldier kept watch to thwart If pass slble the enemy or enemies of the soul for there were many bad our regular Sunday sermon also prayc meeting and preaching ooeaalouall In the evening Frequently a preweh chrbhnllCommlsslon not an Impressive Blefct to see on A beautiful mosnllght nlsbtlIt the sound of singing by a squad of sol olare some old timlltar hymn the brawny suntanned veterans Quoi with his camp stool In hand gather lag around the singers in the BJSW between tho tents where the sermon would be respectfully I1sWnttlto ball with as much decorum eta In oar churches at home Tho 18th of July Captain Beqto was appointed asalttant post Inspect or thus saving us one officer leee for dally duty The 22d w were rejtiRtaT 6t the prospect of thofall of Atlanta but this news was soon followed by the sad tidings of the death of Oeaaml McPherson and for a few daw our wounded elms back on the oars In fearful numbers oleo a good In say rebel prisoners whom our comment guarded on twins as fill north ns Nashville The Fiftyfirst Indian Infantry composed part of our garrison after the Fifteenth Indiana were mustered out In May Colonel Straight of Libby fennel notoriety joined his regiment the Flftjflrst Indiana tho 20th About the lit of August all Dui non veterans lust MId been assigned t6 tho pioneer corps returned with Lieutenant Colonel Park to the com mandPolitics began o be a theme of grin east discussion with the soldiers man earnestly desiring now to free the negro but bitterly opposed allowing him all the rights of a whlttfcltteen The 14th of August we were aroused from the lethargy of our monotonous picket duty by the rebels making a raid on Dalton Georgia and threatening other points nearer The now terrllled Union citizens name flocking Into our lines for protection General Steadman with the Sixtyeight Fifty first and Twentyninth Indiana and one regiment of colored troops the Fourteenth and several pieces of the Wisconsin Battery hastened ou on the train to the rescue the re mainder of the colored brigade here supplying the place ot the Hoosier boys on picket This being the first time the Eighth boys had done duty with the darkeys caused some grumb ling at being left behind when there was a chance as the boys said of iclplng put down the rebellion But like good soldiers they did their duty end only laughed at their novel sltu ation toying Well do anything honorable to cripple the enemy Into on the 15th Geawral Bteadoun and the four regiments rautrned hav ing routed Wheelers gang The In liana boys give us a goad report of the colored regiment who made a gillant charge coming to closet quar ters with the enemy and In several in stances refused to show quarter but clubbed their guns and shouted their watchword Remember Fort Pillow and actually beat the brains out ot several rebels offering to surrender Again the J7th of August General Steadman was telegraphed that about 2000 rebels had appeared at Grayers Station north of Ringgold and our garrison was reduced so much and tbe reports of threatened attack put us all on tbe qul vive At sunset the Eighth occupied Fort Wood and lay behind their loaded guns a little nnx luoa for a brush as the boys said for we felt confident with our four teen pieces twelve pound parrots The other troops hero also occupied the other forts but no enemy appeared and at sunrise we returned to our quarters to endure one of the hottest days of the season The power of the suns unobstructed rays upon our thin tentr without the slightest per ceptible breeze for hours made the camp almost unendurable At the close of this terrible still hot lay the white capped clouds slowly loomed up in the western horizon from which played the zigzag slreaVa ot r lc t lightning Tho camp was unusually quiet I lay with the walls ot my tent hoisted trying to get every breath of fresh air I watched the gathering storm The thunders hoarse roar nnd tho continuous vivid flashes of lightning played around the crown of grand old Lookout Idountaln appeared as It nature In her angry mood was trying to mimic tho aid historic seems enacted there one last Novembers night I o the haul above the clouds The nearer the approach ot tho coming storm caused me to cease my fanciful reverie and assist Brlsto tighten down the tent pltu TO BE CONTINUED Students Journal IContaining Breety Notes Com ing Events and Put Tritb and Triumphs of tera Berea Students 111 Dedication of Alpha Xcln Ilnll fly llmvnr1 shoemaker S I ililltor For the last several years and In deed over since Us first organization members and friends of tho Alphi Zeta Literary Society had been wlti Ing for the glorious event which occurred on the evening of list FrUUy This event wee the occasion of UM tint meeting held by A Z in I Us new hall Those who remember tIM stack room of the old library on the third floor would never know that the beautiful room A Z taw oowplei te the same room as It bee nchanged by the guiles of air Ilsrgeae low a thing of tweuty and Joy fbr ver So great en oeeaaton wee this that ibe A Z girls were gntototialy permitted by the Ludy 1riucJpil u Attend It Incomplete without tIM for draping the windows were eurlotas presented by them to show their loyalty to A ZMr Jams Oombs opened the meet leg with er and Pmtdtw Bogwi Thomson mjJJe flu addret of weieinie to the friends who bad ben InvheC Hie address was a sort of Bujnawry of the hopes and efforts of pas and present members which bed fltwlly ulmlaoted In the bojutlful room In their poaMelon Nestle dIe rich glow of the two beautiful eleotiollerm over head he dhWedJ welcome that made the Invited oompany fret Utoroly tit home The famous A K Qiwrtt was thin nailed upon art rendered en amusing and tuneful medley In such a manner us to deans d an en acre fair D lv CiI rtuioll then pro owded to make an address on the New Home whloh ww full of oon ritulatlons to ihe members When he looked upoa tho beautiful curtains rcsented by the girl sympathizers he turned to the members and warmly tougratutoted them upon having such loyal girl friends lUlpu PaUn was then permitted to spook on Our Sym uthliers an ddree that should have made every A Z girl present proud ot the inspiration and roil aid they had given to the society A response was of course in order and ties Lillie Chrlrcnan had been well chosen to perform the task While rejolclas with A Zs good fortune she dIs claimed all jealousy but expressed the hope that each society might ob- taIn a room according to Its age Mtea Jhrlsaian also extended the greeting ot tho A Z girls who hid helped but could not b present The quartet then rendered a ballad entitled Tell Me Rose Tell Mo True If My Fair One Loves Mo Well This question was satisfactorily answered by the applause emanating from our girls An Interesting sketch entitled Item nlscencts of the Old flown was glv en by It Bistman which was a well arranged fununury of the events of 9036 and tile fall term with n recollection ot the difficulties Alpha Zeta had conquered The flntil number on the progmm was a dljTojue In a dlaj cct of Dutch and English given Italia Hoffman and Alfred Mees In the ridiculous costumes of the typical Dutch comedian So convulsed was the audience over their appeuronce that but little record OlD be nudg ot the rep rieo that jwasod between them Suffice to sly that Alpha Zeta has not had such a Wealth of nmuso meat In ono evening as that afforded by the redoubtable Moore and Hoff mn whoso stage sobriquets were respectively Oscar and SscUory It was with almost a feeling of regret that the program WAS closed for the delightful occasion like all ouch events had passed like a tale that Is told During the hand nhaUlng that followed It was announced that Mr Din Mitchell would present tho society with ia collection of Indian relics which offer was received with cheers Then the happy throng dIs- persed to dream about the elegant Alpha Zeta Hall and the brilliant future It prophesied IMil iron IlanqneU Last Saturday night tIle third annual bsnquqt of tho Phi Delta Literary Society was hell In the Parish Mouse Orange and black the society colors were In evidence everywhere from the banners nnd other decoration to the Ice cream and even the costumes of the more pitrjottc laUlca The menu was dainty good The jfsv i J c crowd was large and happy The ladle were prettier than ever 31r J n Young was toastmartcr rind utter two pieces by the Phi Delta Orchestra he Introduced Mr Powers as an author Ity on the subject to speak to the toast Our Girls Tho response by Miss Tuthill cons particularly goad In the serkMts and earnest part which Is co likely to be neglected Prdfes sor aiarsh had tho theme The Sj clctya Place and after bunching his stories to get thom out of tho way ho told what the socley was good for and gave a few words of advice with regard to athletics Mr Fulkorson with the subject Our Purpose at tar relating the truth 7 about his call oa Governor Beckhain gave some account of the society actions and plans Miss Uoblnuon who sue ou the program for KenilnUcenoes sent a cheery letter explaining how tha after Illustrious examples such oa that ot Oato learning Qriek utter he was 80 she did not feel discouraged in beginning experiences with the inuniiir tto she was supposed to be thru with childish tiling The occasion was a very sueoessfu one and Un history of the lot omm end coke which remained when the the banquet was over would porhajx be no lobs interesting mid instructive than the events we have toueiieii np0nyperelr of linn ItlMWMtr Coriullk tired l y 1 0 Whlil iHturn llm Ilil 141 111 lceeciudnlfrom Lest WckJ It a man of any ability tad hen My tills to esMtitgraie I think the rip Uited CteiawuB thf IdkMIe Dabrlee tad UM blood thirsty gnusere showk too dont Vt1T I ni peeitively OJHIM ml to the single tux It is a scheme eo throw Ute wbele burden of taxi ton upon beoaelurr the stogie tsaThis mMte tend to qrsjate a attunped Ipto the auto ot matrimony mA aside from amilBg many 111 ueeomU imkutu M and darnwto anhuppta w wwfc deprive level hotted seven of ttu marts to tmvrf about in prdlF to find a suitable helpmate In the person or arm rteh feeifve beouute all comIIIhQlwill object to throwing tto mantle of Ignoattsy upon the shoulders of IIIideserving Uidularhuodt 1 opt the dbbollc income tx If 1 go 0 a htwter a fair or a circus they charge me for IactnIa other work fur mamas That Is nil wrong as these nttUuiloM should be like churches admission free Jt is proved by the tact many people bmrnt the m+ aey to pry with So you see I am a phll nthrflfftet and a mimsusKurtan aw well us a logician and a atnuumtn I be leve the women should IM compelled to exercise their leap year privileges for there hasnt been a tidy after mil since 1 left the laglakutire and the slut ot Kansas 1 am positively in favor ot the Keeley Curt for dunk races for It Is constantly putting gold into circulation 1 oui also in favor ot the greenbacks for their hind legs are urod in France with very gruti tying results 1 also favor sliver Os- a medium of exchange but havent- a bit ot use for copper since one time I was jailed for taking critical ob servations ot a hen roost and now ladles und gentlemen in conclusion permit me to aiy that tatter this able nillucldatiou I have presented to j your befuddled imjglDitions there 181 not one of you who cm conscientious i ly oppose It and by the great hemI spoon youll regret if you do calamities will surely befall you if I am not in Congress to temper legislature and boss the president I nm opposed to war for It is better to be a living coward than a dead hero and If I am elected whHowing ed messengers ot peace and prosperity will stalk abroad thru the land with their pockets full of ham smd vlchea and hot tamales seeking whorl they may devour Every man will coins home sober and early and the broom handle will not need repairs next df Want trod misery will disappear thtsarwAlil he a regular oubledgcarcq tir spangled Jordan or Eden on wheels and now I will leave you to your reflections roD ident that you will do your duty to yourselves and your posterity by elect lug Ilvjnorabb Ebenezer Cornsilk to Congress confident that If you fxt you will some day after I liavo crossed tho stormy Jordin gather nround the magnificent marble shaft that will bait silent testimonials to my greatness and with crocodile tears e truim Ing down your cheeks and your voices trembling with emotion like a clogged- up cornsheller will SlY here lies the bones of an honest man Vultures of Jamaica Vultures are to IMS found In great numbers all over tho island of Ja malCD Those birds are greatly valued as scavcngcra and a heavy tine Is the penalty for killing ono of them They are to bo seen everywhere rind us they are never molested they regard mankind with Indifference Another bird which is protected is tho pelican which zany bo seen grubbing about in the shallow waters of Kingston har wr at almost any time The natives name for tho vulture is John Crow and the pelknn they call Old Joo Scrap Book 1 j I y CI NATION AROUSED The Need of Cxhiuitlvs inveelijatfele taeInto Immigration Problem 4 Is RecognizedY COMMISSION NOW IN SESSION I A Special Congressional Inquiry Upon A This Important Subject Has Been Begun at Washlnoton Months Will Be Devoted to Investigation Washington April 22An exhaus tIro investigation into nil phases of tho problem ot Immigration as It af fects the United States has been her gun by a national commission created for tho purpose Tho commission mtt in tho room ot the senate committee on Philippines today to perfect Its or gsnlintlbn nnd to discuss plans fer and consider tho scope of Its work The commission consists ot nine members appointed under tho Immi gratlon act passed by con ROM last winter Three of them Senators 111 IIngham of Vermont chairman of the Immigration commission Lodgo oC Massachusetts and Latimer of South Carolina were named by Vice PrcsK dent Fairbanks threo Roprescnla Uvos Jfowell ot Now Jersey chairman of the house committee on Immlgra Lion and naturalization Bennett ot Alablmibybor Prof J W Jenks of Cornell and William It Whuoler ot Oakland Cat by President Roosovelt V Tho law places no limit on the Urns the oommlsalon shall oonsumo In milk- Ing Its Inquiries or on the expense It may Incur Tits provisions of tho law under which the commission will op orate rare broad and It la expected by tho members to deal comprehensively and It possible ooneluslvoly with the subject Wfcllo some work will be done by the commission In this country byway of beglnrilng ts Inquiries tho general Idea Is to extend its labors In tho near future to Burope The most Important ports ot embarkation of emigrants will be visited A tentative Itinerary of tho body Includes art Britain France Germany Russia AustriaHun gory Spain and Italy and It is not unlikely that it may extend Its Investi gallon to Greece Turkey Sweden and Denmark It la expected that the trip will oc pupy three or four months for It la tho Intention of tho commission to go more extensively into tho subject than it has ever boon gone into before and to obtain so far as may be possible all facts at first hand Tho work of the commission win bo only fairly begun when it returns to America Every possible source ot Information bearing on tho subject will be sought Reports from all parts of the world to the bureau of Immi gration will bo placed at tho disposal of tho commission and experts on las migration zany bo employed by the commission to collect data It Is the purpose of the commission to Inquire Into too restrictions placed Upon CnN nese and Japanese Immigration but it Is not probable that tho commission will visit either China or Japan The commission will report Its findings ta congress Making Sport of the Law San Francisco April 18After pre Imlnarlcs examinations adjourn meats and other delays occupying IB nil twentytwo days a trial jury panel subject to tho exercise of fifteen peremptory challenges ton by tho de tense and five by the prosecution hast been completed in tho Ruef case Much speculation Is indulged in as to whether the entire panel will be set aside In the exercise ot this privilege or whether as many as halt of Ute welvo will survive tho final scrutiny ot Ruors prosecutors and defenders Fleeing Murderer Slain CInremoro I T April 18 George olden shot and kilted Mi iiiotlicrIu law Mrs Kate Paris in her hotel here and later was shot dead by Chief of Police Leech in a running duel Ja which Leech was slightly Injured Golden had quarreled with Mrs Parts over A board bill I THE MARKETS Current Quotations on Grain and Livestock at Leading Points Indianapolis Grain and Livestock WheatWagon 77c No2 red 77c ComNo2 47c Oats No 2 mixed 42c Hay Clover 3148 1800 timothy 200002100 mllleX ilSOO 0 1500Cauto I2DO 061B logs 15000070 Sheep J250057S ambs 6600800 At Cincinnati Wheat No 2 red 80c Corn No2 60c OatsNo 2 440 Cattle 4650575 Hogs 4500875 Sheep 276C25 Lambs 500740 At Chicago WheatNo 2 red 78c Cor- aNo3 44c Oats No 2 41c Cat- tlestcers 4500670 stockers and feeders 300600 Hogs 5759 SC5 Sheep 4250775 Lambs 0000850 Livestock at New York Cattle 4500050 Hogg 6750 740 Sheep 4000075 Lambs 575 J785 Ys i At East Buffal- oCattle4000610 IIogIiliO roli Sheep 3000700 LnmbsGGO 1890 f Wheat at Toledo I Way 80c July 82c cash 7P Hev l s f I i I i jA 1 BY A NAVAL THREAT HATRED OF THE MOOR AROUSED AGAINST FOREIGNERS FRANCE AFTER SLICE OF MOROCCO Feeling of Unrest Grows All Over the Land and a General Massacre May Be the Result Tangier Morocco April 18lt h the consensus ot opinion among nw live that Franco Is endeavoring to bring about a quarrel with Morocco Franco It Is claimed Is socking several large slices ot territory and U determined to socure them Tho general situation is grave Thy tooling ot uuroet has been grew ly Increased by a menacing Frond naval demonstration oft Mogodor The lumper of the native tins beet Inflamed by the sight of Uio warships and they may be bard to hold In check Tho foreign diplomats comment on The unsatisfactory nature of the At xeeirea settlement due shown by the treeh outbreaks of Moortnh fanaticism tho latest victims of which was Dr Mauchamp the French physician who was tuurdorod by a crazed mob be cnueu he had put up a French flag ot bla liomo for purpose of surveying Other Europeans have been attack nd or thrcateund but the Moors are Mtwolatly bitter against Uio Frond net seom to think Utat they oan In aalgie their hatred with impunity In Iranco It U felt Also that though tin Moors must be taught to respect the rlgliU of other nation to exact II propor reparation will gtvo Gorman a otHinop ot interfering fa Murocoo as In Egypt and w fonorly In Turkey Mahommcdann IIrlll coming to regard Germany as II protector against other European stales nail tho reliance on Gonnar support however unJusUfied may Lave a considerable ahAro In bringing iRimtklsm to the point of an outbreak Tho bntred of the Moors against tho Preach was Increased by Uio occupa lion of the town of Oudjc by French troops under command of Goo Ly nutoy one ot Ute bravest officer In the army TlwowRhont tho Franco VniMla war he WM In the flghUnx llss as a lieutenant until ho was out Iowa In a cavalry charge and loft for dead on the fold wHh two horrible wound For neatly two days ho lay exposed to Uw okmenta UII he re rowed sufflotent tt Brow his own wounds and cmwl to Uio nearest tunica As an organiser Gen Lynutdj 1s confWored ORe of tx most valuable earn In tho FraMh army and he lUll pent tome years attached to the army In Algeria so that lids Is not his lint jowney to African soil PLOT TO EXTERMINATE FAMILY Parents Dead and Six Children May Die Chicago April lSThrea surviving member of the MeUeo family of this city two of wb M recenUy died bo pause of arsenical poisoning wore nude critically III by partaking ot food in which the police declare arsenic Jiad boon placed Frank Metteo the father of tin family died lost Saturday and Mrs Metteo died April 0 Three other mem bers of the family were also made 111 and ire now In the hospital Of those remaining In the house throe sons wore poisoned by eating oatoieal which had boon brought Into tho house since the father of the family diedIt U bdlovoil that a plot exists to l olson the entire family but so far no clew has been obtained to Uio guilty tirrsoD It Is doubtful whether Any of those who were poisoned will recover Town Razed By Fire Lfttehford Ont April ISTho new town of Latchford on Uio Tcmlska pt mlnga ft Northern Ontario railway near tho famous Cobalt silver mining ramp was practically razed by a tire which broke out In the now Latch ford restaurant and destroyed Male ntrcot from end to ond The lots Ii stlmatod at 150000 Several ox ploaloni of dynamite occurred but there were no fatalities Ono hundred jiroplo rendered homeless by tho fire were taken to Cobalt Charged With Manslaughter Marksvlllc La April 18 Charged with manslaughter for tholr alleged carelessness In allowing Uio negro Charley Strauss to bo lynched Deputy Sheriffs 1 E Ket an nnd J J Salmon were brought hum under arrant and placed under 700 bond each Strauss was hanged to a tree In Uio woods near Bolu La whore a crowd of mask od men mol the deputies as the latter C escorted tho negro to jail Nine and a Century Halifax N S April 1SMrs Una nah Armsworthy aged 109 years old Is dead at her homo near Quocnport Ouysboro county Our Preserves Kill Mnilrld April ISIn n dispatch fit calved lucre from tae Palmas Canar islands It wns assorted that u whole family thoro had been poisoned as tho TOftiH of eating American preserves iThreo of the members It la said an Escaping Convict Killed Rulelgh N C April 18ln on at t tempt to escape from the stato pent tenUary by three young convicts ont of them C L Scruggs was klllud bj the guard Jack WIlliams amt Dodd Wilson were recaptured I i STOICALLYDIESINELECTRICCHIAR DR HAUGH PAYS THE PENALTY FOR BRUTAL MURDER Of Hit Father Mother and Brothe The Doomed Man Calmly Goes To His Fate Columbus 0 April 191bo calm sit moo who over went to the electric chair In Ohio Dr Oliver C laugh mot death at a minute past midnight In expiation of lila crime There was not a hitch In the execu tlon ot the laws demand for the lira of tho multi murderor Tho lights In the big penltontlaiy went out due to a breakdown In the public service light plant and tho big prison was as black as night for a quarter of an hour Tho breakdown was corrected how ever so an to afford no embarrass moat nor delay In tho electrocution Tho prisoner was preceded by the guards and Roy Father Ielloy Into tho death room lie was calm and stopping only at the raised platform on which tho chair IB ho paused for n second then Flunk Into tho chair was strapped In and Uio current turned on In n flash death resulted tho quick cat In Uto history of the penitentiary The crime for which Dr laugh paid tho death penalty was the murder of Ills father mother anti brother la Dayton November 1 1005 Transformed Into n fiend by the drug habit he slipped poison Into tho food of each member of his family on Uie fatal night Vliwi the drug had accoinpllebed KB work ho disemboweled the corpses of tits victim sad then awaited A favorable hour to touch oft the funeral pyre he had planned Sliortlv after midnight tho murderer poured the contents of n fivegallon nil ran upon the HOOTS and walls of the building and applied a roatok Thin flume leaped up so quickly that Haugh himself was bndly burned before he could escape from the house He was arrested and the ovldonco brought out against him at tho trial was eo convincing that a verdict of Ctiflty WMS returned llfttigh was married to Mmes Anna Bcklry of Dayton In 1SSJ but his wife left him because of his brutality VISITED BY SEVERE STORM rugtToat Capsized and Captain Drown edLive Wire Klllt a Driver Jacksonville Fla April 19A so taro wind sad hailstorm struck Jack Bonvllte doing considerable damage The tux AnrUe IJ capsized and Capt Sloan was drowned Tho driver of a milk wagon was killed by a lire wire Glass windows wero demolished and several buildings wore unroofed Tho Dixie lAnd amusement park Buffered several thousand dollars worth Tho hailstones wore ot unusual size nemo of them measuring one and a halt Inchon In diameter Numerous rnmll craft In the river were either beached or swamped The Wheelmen Club house was wrecked Stolen Money Recovered St Paul Minn April 19Tho 2S 000 stolen from the offlco of the North era Expremi Co at tho Union depot Tuesday night has boon recovered by tho police John Gunderson who was arrwted confessed to tho police whore he hurl hidden the money Tho money was found In three packages two of which contalnued 10000 each and one containing 5000 Plunged Into the Sea Philadelphia April IDThe captain ot tho steamer Noordlund which arrived here from Llvorpool reported the suicide ot Abraham Mlckolmann ot London a salesman who Jumped overboard when the boat was about nine days out Mlckelmann was on Ills way to this country to visit his father whose homo la In Boston Assaulted By Young Negro Now York April t9Selzed hy tho throat from behind choked so that she could make no outcry and dragged Into a darn coricr of a lumber yard In tho Bronx Mrs Wllhelmlna Schlol tor aged 41 a widow was criminally assaulted by a young negro Her as gallant escaped leaving her unconscious Five Were Killed Donnlson la April 19Tllc fast mall on the Illinois Central ran down a hand car killing Instantly live Aus trlans of a surfacing gang The mangled bodies woro brought hero for burial Shot By Her Son Jacksonville Fla April 1JMrs Mary Onrdnur was shot and killed by her litho flvoyearold son who was playing with his fathers shotgun which war Accidentally discharged Sturm Still Raging IloMOUioi Mich April 19Tho rnowstorm which started In thtt soc tlon April C Is still raging At pros out there IB about 38 ladies of suov on the loyal Benzlrm Explosion Kills Three Montreal April 10Fro started In tho Cnnuda steam laundry In Justin street caused by tho explosion of bon alum nnJ caused the death of three womor employes and tho Injury of 12 nthors There wero 30 women and the ni n employed In tho plant Unlawful To Sell Cigarettes uprlngflcld 111 April 19Tbo house passed the Young antlclgarutto bill making It unlawful to suit cigarettes or cigarette papers In Illinois The bll do not apply tQ salosby Jobbers tc purchasers outside of state i 20000 HOMELESS FIRE AND QUAKE CAUSE HAVOC IN PHILIPPINES FLAMES DESTROY CITY OF ILOILO Severe Earth Shocks Wreck Build Ings In the Provinces of Nueva Caceres and Tayabas Luzon Manila P I April 20Tho city of lollo Island of 1anay was totally do troyotl by fire with tho result that 20000 persons aro homeless AH this dispatch Is fled tho confla gratlon la still raging and owing to tho heavy wind blowing it is beyond control Tho civil and military authorities aro doing everything possible to check the flames and assist tho sufferers No entlmato has yet been made of the amount of damage done and no lIe tails of tho fire are obtainable owing to communication with Hollo being seriously affected Hollo Is tho capital of the Island of Ianay located on tho east coast The port which Is next In import once In tho Philippines to Manila lathe center of thu sugar Import trade Trembler Felt at Manila Manila April 2C Reports have been received from South Luinn ot a severe arth iualo In Uio town of Nuava Cnceres capital of tho province of Arlbo Canmrlnos and also at Tnya baa In tho province of Tayabns in Northern Luaon The destruction of buildings Is re I orUttl but w far there Is no mention of any loss of life It Is feared the communication by wire has boon affected A trembler was experienced nt Manila with Inv termittent shocks for three hours Throet of time shook wore severe but tile majority of the others were scarcely preccptlblo IShock Felt In South Carolina Charleston S C Apr1120A slight earthquake alnxsk was full In Charles ton anti Sutnmorvllle In the latter place it was said that dishes rattled and ornaments wore knocked from the mantels In Charleston only a very few poo pie knew of the shock until after breakfastFrom points la tho city pre plo reported having been awakened by a rumble followed by three slight wave movements It lasted about eight seconds accord Ing to sumo reports and was apparently from southeast to northwest CLUBMAN ATTEMPTS SUICIDE Tore Open the Veins of His Throat and Wrists With Piece of Glass Now York April 20 Benedict Giro bol of Philadelphia millionaire club man and vice president and secretary of one of tho largest department stores In the world who was arrested Thursday on a serious charge pro erred by Ivor Clark a 16yearold boy Is dying at SL Marys hospital Ho bokenIn room In tho Palace hotel Ho boken an obscuro hostelry is which ho went after being released on 0000 ball ho carried out tho threat ho made when ho was nrrusled Ho tore open the veins of his throat and wrists with a Jagged piece ot glass When found he was nearly dead The sur geons at tho hospital have no hopo of saving his life A Cripple Killed Elmira N Y April 20Tho Hotel Campbell In Athens Pa was com pletely destroyed by firs Elam Ken dall a cripple was unable to got out amt lost his life The fire started near the stairway and cut off all means of escape and Uio guests were forced to Jump from windows Sev eral were Injured The origin ot the fire is not known Posse Fired On Escaped Convicts Summervllle Ga April OFoutnegro convicts who recently escaped front tho Durham coal mines at Pitts burg robbed the home of J E Den son Chattanooga county A posse was formed and soon located them In tho woods and began firing One of the negroes was killed and two others wounded perhaps fatally the fourth escaping Sue the Pope Rome April 20rho heirs of the late Father Marcello Massarcntl have brought a lawsuit against tho popo serving papers upon Cardinal Merry Del Val tho papal secretary of state as his representative They claim part of tits fortnne most of which was derived from tho sale ot his famous art collection to an American The Coldest April Philadelphia April 20Snow fell throughout tho greater part of Penn sylvania The local weather bureau reports this month as tho coldest April In 2C years Menagerie In Peril Richmond Va April 20Flro Is rr ported In tho group of largo buildings known ns Idlowood an amusement pork In tho outskirts of this city The natatorium is burning and tho head quarters of Bostocks wild animal show is In danger Glass Plants To Close Plttaburg April 20Tho fires ir hand window glass plants under nearly 1400 pots will bo drawn as the result of a decision ot tho manufacturers tc cJ P the eal UQ we n1iQQ n01Cb00ltttployes will W affected CAUGHT BY COMPANYS PRESIDENT AFTER EXCITING CHASE WASTHE ALLEGED EMBEZZLER Who Confessed That He Stole 15000 Worth of Chicago Rock Island and Pacific Bonds New York April 22 Oaklolgt Thorne millionaire president of the Trust Company of America after an exciting chase Idstlng more than 12 hours In which he was aided by 28 or the concerns employes caused tho ar Test ot William C Douglass assistant loan cleric who la charged with steal Ing 230000 worth of Chicago Rock Island and Pacific Railroad bonds nc gotlflblc anywhere The capture was made under most dramatic circumstances Douglass with his wife under tho names of Mr and Mrs W R Gray Boston Mass had registered In the Hotel Portland No 130 West Fortysventh street but a fow minutes boforo the arrival of the trust companys president and Ids raiding party It was necessary to break Into the room occupied by the alleged embezzler to effect tho capture After spending several hours In the West Fortyseventh street police sta tlon and being submitted to Uio third degree Douglass admitted that his peculations amounted to 250000 and In a written statement confessed to the facts naming one of tho most prominent men In the financial district as tho party to whom tho securities had been disposed of Douglass has for the past five years resided in an humble but elaborately furnished home in No 180 Elton street Brooklyn He was prominent in time better social circles of that district and his beautiful young wlfo Is tin daughter of a prominent dry goods merchant They have no children and were always looked upon by their neighbors as a loving and prosperous couplo 4 STRUCK THE DEAD TRAIN Two Men Killed and a Number Are Insured Birmingham Ala April 22As the result of a double wreck on the South ern Railway a short distance east of Woodlawn a suburb ot Bhmlnglmm two mon aro dead and a number in Jcred Tho unusual character of tho wreck makes It surprising that tho casualties were not more A freight rain with a dead engine on tho rear WIB earning toward nirml ishitn The operator It Is said allowed No 3 tho fast passenger to enter the block and It crashed into tho dead engine smashing them both and demolishing several cars Three cars of the frolgbt tram were thrown across the castbound tract almost at the Instant that tho South crn wrecker train en route to helm Ala passed The wrecker struck them and practical tho whole train piled Into the ditch The bagxago and mall cars of the passenger were torn up Stoned and Kicked to Death Danville Va April 22Whllo mas rrucradlng In male attire Ellen Elliott R young negrcss was killed by a crowd of whlto buys on tho public road In a negro settlement Tho woman was walking down tho road with a negro when the white boys camo up A few words passed between the whites and tho blacks and a number ot stones were thrown The woman It Is charged pulled a pistol and began firing when one of the boys felled her to the ground with a beer bottle She was then stoned and kicked to death Choked to Death Des Molnw Lana April 2Orrla McWilliams a 15 year old boy at Deep River choked to death as tho result ot quickly inhaling a piece of candy ha was sucking whllo playing baseball lie was catching for the school team mid B J a swift ball camo to him ho swal lowed lIe could not extract the candy and a professor urged him to hasten to a doctor He started but had gone but a few blocks when he staggered and fell dead Fell Dead While Reading Report Baltimore Md April 22During the progress of the annual meeting of the board ot directors of tho Hebrew orphan asylum tho president Moses J Oppenhclmer began to read his an nual report He had finished the first page when ho suddenly fell dead a victim of heart disease Killed By a Prince Naples April 22Prlnro IbrahIm Pasha an uncle of the khcdlve ol Egypt whllo driving a motor car there ran over n woman and a child mortally injuring both ot them Fruits Damaged In Colorado Denver April 22Aeharp drop In temperature followed tho snow storms anti fruit of all kinds in Eastern Cole rado was nipped in tho bud A Tragedy In Brief Knoxvllle Tenn April 22Albert Hubble aged 21 asked his sweetheart to marry him She refused Ho sho himself dead Killed In n Saloon Fight Macon Mo Apt II 22111 a saloon fight at Ardmorn Mo NV If Yoaky n blacksmith ot Coseyvllle Mo shol and killed Flnnla Peterson alter Peterson had emptied his revolver nl Yeaky shooting him In the hand and fatally wounding a man named Noble Another Dig Purse San Francisco April 22Tox Rick nrd ot Ely Nov has offered 1000 for another finish fight between Jo Galls and Battling Nelson to take placoiolther Julyor September 3 La borday nn INTERESTING STAVE NEWS f FIRST SHOT In Cockrell Murder Fired by Curt JettI John Smith Swears Lexington Ky James Cockrell was assassinated by Curt Jett John Smith and John Abner and tho plans were laid for the assassination by Judgo James Hargls Ed Callahan William Brltton and Elbert Hnrgls Curt Jett fired tour short John Ab ner fired thrco shots and I fired one shot all from the first and eecond win doa on tho second floor of the west- side of the Breathltt county courthouse at Jackson This statement was made by John Smith a witness for tho prosecution who made a complete confession of tho assassination of Cockrell He told tho story of the plot to murder and Its execution coolly and calmly Despite the statements that have been pub dished from time to time that the wit nesses for the prosecution were a lorry lot these statements have not been substantiated by the appearance of the Commonwealths witnesses at this trial As a reward for the murder of Cock roll Smith said that tho Harglscs and Sheriff Ed Callahan had promised to start a wholesale whisky house at Jackson and put him In charge of It DENOUNCED BY BISHOP Is Father Coffey Who Advocates La cal Option In Owensboro Louisville KyrBlshop McCIoskey of the Diocese of Louisville sent word to the clergy of Owensboro that Rev J Thomas Coffey of St Louis who is making speeches In that city In favor ot local option had no standing and that the priests in that city should not recognize him Father Coffey It Is said camo into the diocese to make speeches without asking the permis sion of the bishop which is against the rules The bishop while In favor of temperance is opposed to priests com ing to his diocese to meddle with purely local affairs Father Coffey Is not known to the bishop who was very much surprised that ho should come to his diocese to preach without obtaining the usual permission The announcement from Owensboro that Father Coffey will appeal to Archbishop Moeller of Cincinnati it is said will cut no figure in the case as Bishop McCIoskey Is supreme In his own diocese BONDS FOR PIKES Authorized By the Fiscal Court of Christian County Hopklnsvllle Ky With only one dissenting voice the fiscal court au thorized an Issue of 100000 worth of Christian County bonds tho proceeds from which are to be used In extend lag the turnpikes of the county The bonds will be for 30 years and bear 5 per cent interest payable semiannual ly dating from July 1 They will bo offered at public auction on June 4 People living along tho roads which It is proposed to pike are so anxious for the Improvement that they are con tributing generously In 1900 the county purchased all turnpikes and made them free the system at present embracing about 125 miles TwoThirds Pledged Lexington KyFour thousand acres of tho Scott county tobacco crop of 1907 has been pledged to the Amer- Ican Society of Equity nnd by time time of the burloy tobacco growers barbe cue to be held in this city April 23 0000 acres of the Scott county crop will bo signed up This statement was made by Rhodes B Thomas see retary of the Scott county branch of the Society ot Equity There are COOO acres of tobacco In Scott county Nothing To Confess Says Callahan Jackson KYFormer Sheriff Ed Callahan left here for Lexington where he will appear as a witness for Dill Brltton with whom he Jointly is In dicted for complicity iu tho assasslna then of James Cockrell Callahan vig orously denied a report that be would confess to participation in the Cockrell murder saying that he had nothing to confess To Reorganize Distillers Danville KyCol John B Thompson of Harrodsburg who is regarded us the head ot the distillers of straight whisky In the state of Kentucky said that Just as soon as ho could wind up the case ho has here In court steps would be taken to reorganize tho association of distillers Independent of the rectifiers Wonders etc At Covlngton Next Lexington KyThe Kentucky State Optical Association met here The following ofilcers were elected E Peeper president W A Metzger vice president E E Elchlln second vice president William Irion secretary nut treasurer Covington was selected as the place ot next meeting Games Demurs Frankfort Kyn tho Court of Ap peals counsel for Judge Carnes mod a demurrer to tho motion mado last week for a mandamus to compel him to grant an appeal from his order granting a change of venue In the Hargls case to Elliott county Bought By the Bell Williams town yTho Citizens Telephone Co of Kentucky which Is the Kentucky connection of tho Boll Co of Cincinnati has purchased tho franchise of the Wllllamstown and Giwenton Telephone Co for 115000 BRITTONS MEMORY WAS SAD Peals of Laughter Greeted the Alleged Assassins Words Lexington KyDill Britten charged with complicity in the murder of JM Cockrell took the stand to testify In his own behalf His absolute lack of memory on every point of vital bear lag on his case prevented the defense as well as the commonwealth secur ing important evidence from him To 90 per cent of tho questions asked him heroplledHI dont remember aa I can not recollect until his lapse of memory brought the courtroom Into peals of laughter Although a special deputy sheriff of Brcnthltt county for two years Brltton said he could not recall where the sheriffs omce was located In the court house He said he remembered distinctly however that ho saw Curt Jett in the court house corridor after the shooting and that ho hind a pistol in his hand- WITHDRAWAL OF NAMESf From a Local Option Petition Declared Illegal By the Court Ashland Ky There will probably bo a local option election In the PUll magistrate district despite the recent ruling of Judge R D Davis his do cision having been overruled In part by Judge S G Skinner of the Boyd county circuit court on a demurrer from time antisaloon faction Judge Davis decision was based on the withdrawal ot the names of six petitioners in a certain precinct making tho petition null according to law Judge Kin nor practically reversed the decision holding that the six petitioners had no legal right to withdraw their names The saloon men have boon given tlmo In which to file an answer The tern perance faction have asked that the election be held May 14 KILLED IN PISTOL DUEL Slayer Telephones For Officer Who Places Him In Jail Winchester Ky James Morton and Fount Rose who live near Indian Fields in the eastern part of the noun ty engaged In a shooting affray in which Morton shot Rose three times with a pistol two bullets entering his head and producing instant death Immediately after time shooting Mar ton went to the home of a neighbor and telephoned for an officer saying he was afraid to come to the city without pro tection Deputy Sheriff Evans went after him and lodged him in Jail A few months ago they had trouble and Rase emptied a load ot small shot In Mot tons back doing but little Injury Morton pleaded selfdefense GREEN FOUND GUILTY After Bigamy Charge Was Changed to Grand Larceny Louisville Ky Frank Green tried on the charge of having stolen SOl from Mrs Katie Coons who ls also alleged to have been deceived by a mock marriage was found guilty by a jury In the criminal court and son tenced to live years In the peniten tiary Mrs Coons originally had Green arrested on a charge of bigamy she having followed him to Indianapolis and found that he had a wife and three children However when it becam clear that her marriage with him was not genuine the charge was changed to grand larceny Many Robberies Reported Lexington KyA telephone mes sage to Capt V G Mulllkon of this city to hasten to Mt Vernon with bin bloodhounds disclosed that a gang of robbers Infest Rpckcnstle county sad are plundering right and left In they last two days a half dozen stores barn been broken Into and robbed The store and postofflco at Wllddee was robbed and 200 in cash secured No Soldier Boys Covington KyCapt Langwore ot the Kentucky state guard was disap pointed in enrolling a local company Tho 20 men from Newport did not whileCovingtonThe Idea of enrolling a company for the tlmo being was abandoned Straight Whisky Booming Lexington Ky Another advance ot from 10 to 25 per cent on all grade nt whisky was noted on tho local market Much of the whisky on hand In the local distilleries Is being bottled OR the demand for bottled In bond whisky is stronger Officer Asphyxiated Frankfort KyC Treadway a dep uty sheriff of Oweley county was found dead In his both at the Frankfort hotel having been asphyxiated by gas The gas Jet was open but it is not known whether or not It was a CilIa ot suicide Lexington Chautauqua Lexington KyDr W H Wharton who will conduct the Lexington China auqua hero this summer has written- to the board pt control suggesting that the first meeting bo kid Monday Juno 2t Instead of Tuesday Juno 25 as was first Intended No Wedding Bells Ashland KyJohn Kcslorsma young farmer of Carter county was drowned while making an attempt to cross Tygart creek on a foot bridg- eliewastohave been marrIed on thai KUxotMav 1o0oeo0o0o000000000o0o0opo0o0o00000o0o0oOo0o0oio0o0aEast News You Get Nowhere Else f o r Ho carnipoadrnct pibliihM naltsi tljned Ja ton by the writer The Dame p iIInot for publication bat U U ertienw of rood taitb Write plainly o- o eoeoeoeoeoaeo oeotso o o oeoeoeo oeo Notice to Correspondents IMtnuo remember wtt nrn prbts ring Tlio Citizen inlay earlier thnn wo Imve becu tilling tin It ran rrncli n large i nrt of Ut gulwrlbcri by Tliursilny of rnrli week Blnll your news letters hereafter not later than IIUlAY or each week that they rciiehThoCUlfcn OOlce by Sntunlnj oiOIomlaj kit the very Intrtt JACKSON COUNTY 1vtttonkt April 2OMr John Martin is nt McKee on the Grund JuryTlutd Lake went fishing Tuesday ovening and caught u sun fish It lacked 31 ounces of wlshlns iwo pounds iMr Green Like end W M Campbell went to Wildle Wednesday on business The people era very sorry the fruit is killed Green Luke wild ho aimed to riise one eN Of toniaeaes before the trui gut killed and now he alms to raise twoJ W Jones went to iIcKee today on business IIUJILEY Apr lSne Gibbird had a candy pulling Saturday night Rinnte Like of Bvir Lowe vlsUwl friends and rely atlvttf at ihls place Saturday and Sun duyMr sod Mrs David Gablurd en teiiuluid quit a number of young folks Sunday evening Mr J Sells ot iif ir Patrol mule a buslnew li to lLx len Crook Sunday John Lear our uuvelMng salesman nude the postnmUr at Hurley a sill Sunday night Quite e crowd passed thru her Monday to attend the Circuit hurt held at McKee this week Jake and Doll Gjibbird attended Circuit Court ai McKee LJ1dThtre 4 preach- Ing at this place Saturday and Sunday last conduced by Rev Janes Crotch from Owriey oauntyWe have been having some very oak weather Uncle Jake Gabbard says he thinks winter Is going to last all summerJars Su san J Johnson who has been down with Li Grippe so long is thought to be slowly improving Johnnle Gab bard Jr of Sand Lick attend church at this place Sunday Polllo McGol lum was the welcome guest of Uss Tommie Angel Thursday evening W AL Gabbird had a los rolling j Thursday Sirs Maria Roberts vis- Ited at Jake Gabbirds Wednesday evening Mr and Mrs Green Mc Collum have given up the ides of go ing to Homiflon thlo spring SHlra Louise Angel visited at Crls Roberts Wednesday Mrs Lillie Jana ore visited her sister Mrs T L Morris Thursday evening MIDDLE FORK Apr 19 Several from this place at tended court at McKeo Monday air Does Wilson and Delbert Cole made a flying trip to Letter Box Sunday Letha Tussey visited at her sonIn laws Vts Angels Sunday INI Eliza Tussey visited her mother Mrs Sallle Parker Sunday evening Dud Cole and wife are on the sick lI t1Wes Angel made a business trip to Cruises Ferry Sunday John Summers and wife visited at Mrs Lizzie Crafts Sunday John Lear passed thru here Sunday on his way to Hurley David Lear Is very poorly with pneumonia OIlss Demla Cole visited her grand mother Letha Tussey Friday night SVea Angel has gone Into the black smith business Wes says there is nothing like being a gold blacksmith lie is working on a wagon tor Cup Wilson this week Fanners here ore getting along fine with their plow Ing and are also getting ready to plant cornJlm Biker lad a big working Thursday Tlsh Luar of Heifers Branch te visiting her fattier and mother Mr and Mrs Jim Baker of near Indhn Creek Died April 16 Mrs Mary Lear aged 72 years She laid bren a member of the Disciples Church for 45 years She leaves two sons cad many friends to mourn her JossDr John Hays passed thru here this morning on his way to see Mrs John Summers who Is very poorly i CLOVER J10TTOM Apr 19Wo are hiving cool back ward weather now and farmers are be bind with their cropsWm Powell name home from iMcKeo Friday the Jury having adjourned until Thursday Jas Isaacs has moved Into the Wm Gay property We are glad to have him for a neighbor Minnie Hayes Is home from Bertu where she has been attending school Hurrah fir for Richmond Her whiskey law will be a greater blessing to the people of this community than anything else that has ever happened God send the day when there wont be a drop of intoxicating drink on the Lace of the earth Arthur McGuire will visit relatives at Big Hill Saturday and Sunday Anna Powell is expected home from Dcrea Saturday she is preparing to cater the eachere ex amination In AL7yMfrs Lillie Hy att la visiting Miss Elizabeth Powell this weekMrs J W Abrams bus a nice lot of spring and summer nail liner Jooeph Pervls who eta said killed William Gay was captured Sun e day morning lie was at home In bed when found and politely Invited the 0000000000000000Iofficers He was taker as prl nr by Constable Steve Hogk and others and lodged In Richmond JailSnnday selwl hat been orgaid zed at this place and U getting song nicely SANI avr Apr 16The lid weather Esster brought Is with usat and we tsar those early gardeners will have cook ed beasts before they want AhemJ- R Durham our famous weather pro lIbel tells us that bad weather lini over yet and that we need not rush about our farming Mr Durham sets his Information about the weather by sight thru his telescope while the farmers get their information by oar listening to Mr Durham B H Gab bard has returned tram BrlsbolTenA There he hoe been collecting anew supply of spring hats Millie Williams of Clover Bottom was the guest ot Maggie and Florence Dur ham Friday nlgfttnMtes Sadie Gab bard wtifi the Illest of Minnie John son Sunday iMr and Mrs E B Dur ham are gone on an extended visit to Mr and Mrs James Williams =Rev D B demon filled bas regular ap pointment at Kerbjr Knob Sitnrdaj and Sandal Otaater Mflrray Durham of Loutovllle writes of his oxaloc to visit relatives and friends at S ad Gap in the near future J R and J T Durham went to McKee to serve ifsbeenJhe pucfwee ot Improving his health i expected to return to his home on Clover Bottom In ties near ftrtur We trust hla travels have not bees In vain ESTILL COUNTY STATION CA3I1V Apr 10Mr and Mrs A s A Wllaon have Just tuMId from the city where they hive purchased a handsome assortment of spring and summer goods Miss Sophia Wilson war the guest of Miss Flora Arvin Monday afternoon Misses Anna and Battle Scrlvner were the guests of Grace iWagors Saturday night end- SundayDr and Mrs Scrfvner are planning to make a flying trip to Richmond next weektr and Mrs Chester Amyx were the guests of Jlr and Mrs J F Srlvner Sunday after noon Mm O C Richardson is ex pecting her mother Mrs Azbill next week to spend a few days with her OWSLEY COUNTY lltCK CIIKKK Apr 24 Suntiay School Is progressing nicely at Elk LlckH C Traod wuy was burled at the Traadway graveyard Saturday Quite a large crowd was there Mr George Main Otis and family have returned from Ohio where they have been living for some UmeG ll Troadway and daughttir Nettle of Paint Lick are visiting relatives and friends Jn this county Uncle Dill llaloomb of Mill town and Rollle Venable and wife were the guests of Isaac Isaacs Sun dayJudge S laaacs Is badly afflict ed with rheunntlsm Mrs C G Ale Collum who has beea sick for a long dime Is not expected to live more than a few dajF Walter tMalnous and family were the guests of B B Isaacs Saturday end Sunday Robert Inlh ram and wife of Illinois are In this country looking after their part f the estate of Joel P Flanery ROCKCASTLE COUNTY IOONE Apr 22G L Wren Is having n two story residence erected on his farm The work Is bring done by Elbridge Hardln of Berca iXtr and Mrs Sun Lambert of Snider visited John Hiamblen and wife Sunday even Ing Dr Graves of Brotfhuid was called to see Mr Eden Wren jSunday Mrs Martha Dobbs has bone to Georgia for a two months visit iMre Rettle Wheeler of Nina who was tailed to EOS her father a week ago has returned home Rev J W Lamb eit attended church at West Union last Sunday Mr Orville Cope of Dlsputianta visited lib daughter Mrs Lnnbert Sanday Mr Geo Lovett of tote visited his parents SaUir tiy and Sunday Shelby WInkler and wifpof Bsrea visited Mr and Mrs J C Wren Sunday Born to Mr rand Mrs E C Thomas a fine boy OOOCHLAN1J Apr 23Rev Ballenger filled his regular appointment at Pleasant Hill the second Sunday J C and J W Phillips attended court at McKee list week The officers have been chas Ing the boys around to sane extent this court John M Mulllns U S marshal was in Goochland Sunday on business Fant Alallcoat of Doubles lick attended church at Pleasant lull Sunday Bradac Baker Little 13rud ac was the guest of WLA Phillips Saturday lastAda nnd Ella Booley called on Miss Maggie Gabbard Saturday night The Sunday School at ISIreported said killed Wm Gay has been fiakor prisoner J F Dooley and family vis Ited J C Phillips SundayW W Anglln is hauling cross titS for his father J A Anglln Abu Ciiasteen of Bereu was onwng relatives In GxwhJand last weekDert Phillip and John Wilson Little John visited friends near Climax Saturday night Tulnudge PhMllps has Maple a klttoni for sale Olrs Stella Sexton ot Cll max called on home folks Tuesday She also extended her visit to grand parents J O PhllllpLJ W Phil ule sold a oow to Irvine Mulllns fji 1500 Leonard Martin ot Daublellcl attended churob at Pleasant Hill list Sunday J F Doaley excliaaigei horses with John Allen last week and got t1nlnvo cents 4o baot Dnun mar Jones of Beres passed thru Tuesday on his way to the mouninlM Jack Jones bought a laid oX tray last wotk Abe Anglln and family u ended church Sunday Blot Phillips tail ed on Maggie Gablwrd Tuesdsy J W Abrams and others were In this vicinity the 17th loolilng altar sane- stavesJohn C Phllllpe was In Df m last week on 1nlNaeseJohn M Phillips is planting ooroCA Town send the portrait man wee thru heec- the ISth Leonard Mrdn cant Gdthotr Phllb ck are hauling lumber for Tsar StewartW A Phillip wii la Ifc sea Friday on bnlnef John D Hub bird will be btllUlBd tile third Sao dew near Widen Msrtlnn oa Horn Lick The prayer rasetlnc at PMofim Hill II prowcaring nicely Albert Martin wu visiting near Berry Jlir tias Snodiy evening He palts ft tine time MADISOR COUNTY imiiYius Apr 19The cool weather li delay tag the people about their mlettnc Mr and Mrs Mr Win IdiAard and daughter Biota were the guests at George lurd and fatally SuMtejr Born to Mr and III Ctartay Jones- a filM girl on April pith filtefl Elias Steward als staying with Mrs Nora Jose but will 90 home Suadyqrra- Ladnds lined visited with lies Nan Jones ThursdayAIr Pet Pow ell of Kerby Knob inesed thru tire Thursday Wm Jones tend Harvte Hornesby leave taken a contract to haul about six thousand ties and ex port about three hundred logs to Brjitaflrtd for Tom Davis of Win cheeter Mts Pearl Young spent a few hours with Mint Jones Monday Mrs Matilda Lane Mrs Maggie Gold en and family moved to Ueraa this week Mr Pearley Aloorn moved to Mrs Lines old home Mist Doris Binge raturned from Ohio where the has been living for some time She will make her home with her rr her A large crowd attended Sunday school last Sunday The school eeems to be progressing nicely Hello Kerby Knob correspondent dont forget to write news for The Citizen very two weeks First Mountain Congress Continued from Ilnt Page some defeated Many will doubtless drive in front the communities around is it is sure to be a very Interesting meeting Every one is invited to comeThe names of the representatives so far as they have been elected generally two from each county are as follows KENTUCKY BELL CO Taylor Mutiny H W ShortDOYDCOhenry Ingrom- BREATHITT CO Everett Back Sewell Williams CARTER COAlbert Kcffer Ed ward Gamble- CIIAY CO Hampton Vaughn J R Moberly ELLIOT CO Thos Terry Thur man Haglns ESTILL CO Raymond Snowden Ernest Rogers FLEMING CO Luther Spence Clltlon Back FLOYD CO Jno Blackburn Aar on CO Rufus Stevens Wm Click GREENUP CO WmA Adams C A McOarty x HARLAN CO S C Kelly a J LewisJACKSON CO Goo Sparks J F Dean JOHNSON CO Alfred Johnson F C Feltner KNOTT CO Willie lisle KNOX COC G Cole W J Cole LAUREL CO W F Cornelius II F Spence LAWRENCE CO A F Hopson Jno Cable LEE COChas Stldham Wm Bow min LESLIE CO J A Muocy WI M Hosklns CLARK CO Paul Pleraall Low Is Rupert LFTCHER CO Edward Boggs J M Frazier LEWIS CO Oscar Clark Claude Anderson MADISON CO Marc hall Vaughn Woodson Baldwin iMAGOFFIN CO Jno Mlnnlch Gordon Hammond MARTIN CO Everett Kirk Girl Kirk 4 You can make better food with oY POWDER co 01BNIKKB CQ Elmer RaimUll Zeal Logan MOIIOAN CO K 0 WOltt A B MeGirire OWSLBY COCIIIie FteBery Car ter CO M rlon loan U F DnMboar PIKE CO Oliver CO Den Handy JHO White PULASKI CO Arthur DuUley rU Steadoln t CO J D MCFer- Tea H CO Ifcnwo OaldweU Bu ton 10Dg WAVNR CO Green Intuit Tol bert llo1Uday WHITLBY CO F Q Ward WOLPH CO LwlwrB Allen Usa MH MlQultlK CO Luther Hwwlrou Itnferd Backer COMO CO bas McNab DICKHUBON CO Royal Ikts Even naelaFRANKLIN CO Ernest Kllfte J J Gaston LBB CO Robe Dates Sewall COJot SVebl Jno Craft SCOTT CO Jno Henry Coodtoe Sliurlock CO Millard Di- haven aiartls Jones WISE CO CUranoe Evtrldg B P Parsons WHST VIIUIIMA Tounsul Ailwis Harl TVrta TEN NotV ANDERSON CO Dlllard McQuIrt Diliard Olun hy DLOUNT CO F Eo Sloorc T S CO Clark Wilson Raymond Davidson CARTER CO Win White Elijah CO Taylor Duff Wm Molntlre CO Kelly Nick ell Adams Bryant GREENE CO Marlon Shtpptrd Floyd CO Harrison Vaughn Walter Disney PICKETT CO Roicoe Olartln SEVIER CO Walter Bogga Nod loon NOHTIl CA11OL1NA JACKSON CO Walter Ellis hart Ciundall Die Together In River Va April 19 Stewart C Gay nineteen years old and Miss Mabel Hcndleton seventeen years old committed suicide by leaping from the suspension bridge across Jackson rlv er at Clinton Forge They had start ed to Washington to be married but were Intercepted at Staunton and brought back to CJlflton Forgo Both were highly connected Didnt Keep It Long St Paul Minn April 19Tho 2Ii 000 stolen from the odlco of the North ern Express company at the Union de pot Tuesday night has been recovered by the police John Gunderson tho suspected robber who was arrested confessed to tho pollco whore he had hidden the money Four Children Cremated Charlotte N C April 19Jour children of Mrs W II McDade at Henrietta Rutherford county were burned to death last night In their dwelling Tho mother and father were fatally burned in efforts to res cue the little ones Cutting Down Expenses St Petersburg April 17It Is un derstood that tho budget committee of the lower house is making headway In its examination of the financial schedule It has already mado provisional reductions to tho amount of 11500000 Mr Chamberlain Hopeful London April 18 Jovuph Chamberlain oxcolcalal secretary In acknowl edging the receipt of a telegram of sympathy pMd I am promised com plete restoration to health aqd hope speedily to resume public work I BakingIIl t njAB ItIEIY PURE fLighter sweeter more palatable and wholesome NEWYORkt Gabbtrd- PMIUIY Manpl- POWBLL ROCKCASTLB Thompacm- IbVWAN VIIKHNIV- CATtKOLL WASHINGTON BarnettCAMPBELL HollldayCLAIBORNG CUMBERLAND Duff- IlANCOCK Springwocd NEWS OF KrNrrraKY Terclcy Told Information Concerning Matters of Current Interest to Kentuckians THE STATE NEWS IN A NUTSHELL Here Are Found Accurately tilled the Happenings of the Lirgttt Im port Which Are Attracting Attn tlon Throughout Kentucky Lexington Ky April t Thinking lie lead killed hta eon whom he had Beorert In quarrel William Robinson ages thirtyBra of Stamptaf Ground Sunday walked Into a room adjoining UM one In which he bad quarreled with Ills oft and blew out his brains JytaW Instantly RoMason had quar reled with MM daughter aged sixteen bieaaa ahe hall permitted attMtlon tram a young man the father die liked slid his IlOl1 had taken lib ale tars part CONFESSED ON STAND John Smith Gives the Story of Cock rllle Asiatslnatlon- I Ky April 17John Smith charged with the asiaMlnatlon of Dr U D Cox went on the witness stand yMtordar and confessed to tho RSftRBslnatlf of Jim Cockrlll saying MBI1I Uritton was not present but that he Curt Jett and John Abner killed Cockrlll Smith fired once Jett four times and Abnor threw times Guarding Against Mob Lexington Ky April IGTho Jail tt BoaUyvlllo Leo county Is guarded to prevent a mob from lynching Clay Thomas and his tather in law Lovl Reynolds who are charged with kill- Ing Jesse Abner Thomas has con teased and was hold to the grand jury without ball Thu killing was n result ot the old Hargls CocXrill feud Ab net was of the Hargls faction TORE THINGS UP Young New Yorker Becomes Violently Insane at LouUvllle Louisville Ky April 17 Violently Insane aa the result It Is said of over work Harry I Meta senior member of tho Enterprise Manufacturing company ot New York attempted to kill his father Louis Motz of 68 Waverly court Now York in tho jail hero nnd made several vicious attacks upon his brother Edward Mote who U tho junior member of tho same firm All of hla efforts at homicide were detent ed by Jailer Plans and his assistant MUST GO ELSEWHERE Kentucky Horses to Not Suit the Kaisers Uuyer Lexington Ky April l7Dr Ar nold Frank personal representative of Emperor William of Germany who was sent here to purchase n thousand thoroughbreds for use of German army officers announced that ho could not find Kentucky horses to his puropscs and will try answerI state lie bought eight Kentucky nnd will ship them to Ocr many at once- Deliberate Fraud Charged Frankfort Ky April i9State Inspector Hines has submitted to Gov ernor Beckham a report of an Investi gatlon ho has been conducting for some months Into tho tax collections In tho county of Owen for the last thir teen years covered by tho administra dons of Sheriffs Juno Gaylo P A Alexander and W P Swope and he charges deliberate and Intentional fraud by which the state government during that time has lost about twenty thousand dollars Including penalties and Interest to dato Suits to recover the amounts from tho bondsmen of the former sheriffs folll result from the filing of tho report Miners Fight Duel With Pistols Owensboro Ky April 22Wllllami Gooch and Harry Springer union miners engaged In a pistol duel in tho poolroom at Sturgis near bore and both were shot to death Gooch bQrrowjSd a dollar from Wlnn Moore a nonunion guard and Springer remonstrated with him Hot words followed and both men pulled revolver and began firing They foil to tho floor and died Instantly Stunts has been the scene of several tragedies In the last few months Election Contest Cases Frankfort Ky April 18Qral ar garment of the election contest gees Involving thirty offices In the city ot LoulBvlllo has begun before tho Kentucky court of appeals hero Tho ar gument will take up the time nt tho fcourt for the next five days Attornoy v A J Carroll of Louhvlllo led off for UM DetBocVallc oontestecs Ho will be followed by Attorney W Marshall Bullltt also of Loulsvlllo for tho Ue publloan contostees Will Repent In Penitentiary Louisville Ky April 20 Frank Crewi of Indianapolis who went through a mock marralge with Mrs Harvey Coons of Ixiulavllle that ha night Rot opportunity to rob her of 000 has been sentenced to nye years let tho penitentiary for grand larceny After bring deserted Mrs Coonsitracked Green to Indianapolis she found him living with his wit and children Echo of Hays Tllden Contest Doe Moines la April 22 Japef Mason serving a life sentence for murder In 187C has been released br order of Governor Cummin under permUalon xrnnttMl by tho legislature and given a conditional pardon Them was some doubt IU to his guilt of flnt degree murder and tho legislature said he had boon In prison long enough Ha has 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