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IHES I DENTS UF- UFHEA K X a Ie OSOSOSOSOeoeoSOSOS0e0SOS0e0THE VIII Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY MAY 80 1007 Ono Dollar a year No 50 NEWS OF THE WEEK j r MeKlnley Has Pissed Away 1Mrl IIU Officials are Put Out Bras the Statl Trust Famine In China Is Broken Mrs Wm McKinley died last Sunday afternoon nt Jier homo In Canton Ohio The news of her death caused deep Borrow In tho National Capitol where she so long made her home while her husband was a member of Congress and late prewHent Tho fun oral will lw held Wednesday afternoon President Roosevelt Vljb President Fairbanks stud other prominent men will be In Attendance Tho six ofthe Court ot Ap peals have voted four to two to put out tho democratic officials of tho city of InitBvlllo and Jefferson county who were declared to havo been el ected In tho election of 1005 Tho court holds that tho offlccro are to be filled by appointment tho governor filling tho moro Important of theta and his appointees filling those which are not given directly to him to fill W J Ilryan makes tho Steel Trust 4 the central figure In hla monthly dls t1cusslon of national affairs with Sena tor BevcrldRO and shows that tho profits of the trust are greater than the total amount paid out In Ho suggests revision of tho wngel I tho remedy and urges that ident could not confine hits attention to one trust only Official Intelligence has been received at Washington from China that the famine which has prevailed In the coastal country north ot Shanghai caused by floods Is oa far re lieved that further contributions are unnecessary Tho district thus affected embraces a population of nearly twenty millions and Tor many month the suffering was extreme owing to the destruction of tho crops Hut relief was sent from nil ports of tho clvllltod world and this with the aid given by the Chinese government and voluntary hems contributions have tided the afflicted population over the great calamity Tho famine tae at last been broken by the ripen log of tho new amps Tho eoplo of the United States sent over 10000 besides a largo quantity of seed wheat and flour The symiwithy thus mani fested has been Kralnfullv received by the Chinese and they no longer look upon Americans with hostility Indlca lions are that the trade relations between the two countries will now be resumed on a very friendly basis The democratic searchers have a uew presidential possibility In the per sen ot William Alexander Harris of Lynwood Kansas Ho Is regarded as CITIZEN IVat t a oe h E iJi mata ei fclate jr monthwnehn U m W 1Ve frogr nt blGhemzsl to blOOm I ikft dYkM1111rW11S- A a i J L jin strong and able man and Is eltlllCtI ed to figure In the rum for ination If Mr Bryan refuses to fin Ily n vote of IT to 0 tho New York Senate Paeed a hill fixing nt two oenta n mill tie rate ot psesger fare on all rallMMMte or railroad sirmtattM over ISO mlto of length In that state How corruption among oily officials Is rewarded In Hnglaud Is Indicated by a statement that with OHO exception all time members of the Wostham board of guardians and the workhouse and Infirmary officiate whose trial be gar April ailh on limo charge of rec- eivinG bribes hind been found guilty and sentenced to terms ot Imprison mont at hard labor varying from six months to two yours- Comforting p Thought If tho poor cannot always got moat Ute rich man cannot always digest It Ulles lSTATEMENT OF THEaBEREA BANK TRUST CO- at the cINe ef business May 27 1907 iLoansOverdrafts 164566 0 Due from other banks 2967001 Two Banking Houses and Lots 1818724 Currency and Specie 1199616 tFurniture and Fixtures 620932 1 Current Expenses 274963 t Interest Paid to Depositors 51199 t+ Total Resources233q3784 a 0 tCapttalStockSurplus Fund v 767237 tUndivided Profits 6t 25902 1 Deposits I6967915Cas- hiers Checks outstanding 2730 Total Liabilities 233 3784 0 +O 8TATH County Ol of bwtu 1 awIt Porter Cashier of the none Hunk and Tniit Company twltiirdiity sworn c says the foregoing la In all respects a true nUlement of the coo of cald Hank at this jclo e of 6SubwtrlbcJ M KAKIY Notary WII PORTER Cashier J W IIERNDON Director J J W DIN MORE Director E T FISH Director tedo+e+e+o+o+odo +ododo+oop It H i DOTas U N D tOOt I I n lliI IiiiI O t 24 25 20127128 2 125 2 c HARGIS IS ACQUITTED Lexington Jury Sets Him Free and tie Goes to Sandy Hook for Trial on An other Charge Judge Redwlno Ro fuses to Try Him James Hargl was acquitted of the cuargo of cowpJIclty in the murder of James Cookrill tho Jury at Lexington returning a verdict of not guilty after being out only ono hour Within thin ty mlnutos after Judge Ilarxls was aonulttcd ho and his brother Alex had signed n bond ot T800 for the release ot Hill Ilrltlon charged with the atne offunno for which Ilargls had Just been cleared Special Judgo William Games was uphold by the Court ot Appeals la traniforrlng to Elliott cdunty the base ot tin Commonwealth agnlust James Horgla and others charged with tho murder ot Dr D D Cox Judge Redwlno ot Elliott county has refused to try Hargls and n messen ger has been soot to Governor fleck ham to see It ho will appoint a special Judge for tho case It Is said tint perhaps Judgo Games himself may again bo nppdlnted as special judge for this case There seems no how of securing a fair trial In Hlllolt bounty A COMMON NUISANCE Kentucky Courts Decision Concerning Poolrooms and Bucket Shops Frankfort Ky May 23Tho Ken tucky court ot appeals has hold that a poolroom or a bucketshop whore gambling In any form whatever Is car ried on can bo proceeded against as a common nuisance and upon convic lion tho nuisance can bo abated thereafter through Indictments by a grand Jury Tho decision was announced In poolroom cases from Campbell county and n buckctshop cameo from Mo Craokcn county The Hargls Case Lexington Ky May 21Tho testimony In tho Hargls trial habean completed and tho case will ho ft4ho- hands of tho Jury by tomorrow night Tho defense introduced Llgia and Thomas Gay who swore they saw John Abner In Perry county on tho day that Jim Cockrill was killed Senator Alex Hargls swore that tho stories of Moses Faltncrs Implicating him In tho conspiracy was tho most damnable falsehood over uttered The last witness for tlio defense was King Ford who testified that ho was with Judgo Ilargls when tho shots wore tired and that ho did not have a gun In his hand as several of tho common wealths witnesses testified She Attended a Dance Lexington Ky May 2C Itccnuso sho was not permitted to graduate on account of having attended a dance contrary school rules Miss Sn die trte Danville has brought suit CampbclMIngorman female college for f13000 damages 1 COMMENCEMENT This is a queer name for the last day of School Perhaps it means that the graduates begin real life that day Perhaps the New School year begins with a vacation Anyway Commencement time is a very happy and profitable season Your boys quit work and go to Com mencement and they come home rested refreshed and full Of new ideas They work better all the year following They have new and better things to thinkabout I Andat Commencement you meet a crowd of good upItto attend Commencement They stay at home more than you do and they need the gentle excitement of sucha little outing goodthoughtsyoung folks Let everybody bring a dinner basket and a smile and put in a long day seeing and hearing good things Wednesday June Fifth COMMENCEMENT DAY PROGRAM It ts Important that all should know exactly the program for Commencement Day In order that they may guide their friends to the points of greatest interest The first exercise Is to lie held at the early hour ot 8Q tfheii tho new Printing Office will lie dedicated by bile addrewoB at the Drueo Building The Comreteoament exercises are held in the Tabernacle as usual and- legln fttfttoe oclock All i enons who are there to listen to the students speaking and to witness the Industrial exhibit are requested to remain seated thru each division of the xerctses At the shoes of each halt hour there will be miMlo and a brief Intermission to enable those who wish to to re tire and others to come in Music will be fwrnWied by the Harraonla Soot sty UH Callow Band anti the Ariel Quartet X Tbe grant evtmU ot the morning will come between 11 and 12 oclock when the pride Bibles will be presented and degrees and diplomas awarded and conferred At the same time aa these excrete es In the Tabernftcte to accommodate those who cannot find seats In tho building tern will be exhibits In nil buildings ot the College aa follows Farm Stock and Machinery College1 Darn on Walnut Meadow Pike Car pantry Machinery and Woodwork In II dKOUNPS General Booths Progress Toklo May 27 General William tooth commanderinchlot of the Sal vation Army who arrived In Japan April 17 has completed his tour of this country and has left for China Ho announced that he had decided to Inaugurate a campaign In Korea and that tho army would establish an organization for the protection of women both at home and abroad 9 Caught Him In London Coluic Ga Mnr27 A telegram has ncpn received by Chief of Police WIlojs Williams notifying him of tho arrest In London Eng ot J T Thomp son former manager of the Springer hotel In this city Ho Is wanted here- On n charge of larceny H being that ho stolo n considerable sum belonging to tho hotel His disappear ance two years ago caused a sensa tion Alleged Swindler Arrested Now Orleans La May 27South- em Pacific officials havo been notified 1 j osososoososososoIoRo is 0 o are You Going to Do on S 0 o Commencement Day- S 11 o 0- o 11oooo tho roar Industrial Building Engine and Rollers In the Power Plant north of the roar Industrial Datjdlng Print ing in the new Druce Printing Of floe whore time typesetting machine and the new printing press will be found Agriculture In the front Indus trial Building east end Cabinet front Industrial Building east end Domestic Science Household Manage meat and Laundry In front Industrial Building west and Drawing Mechan teal and Freehand front Industrial 1anulllIBuilding east rind upstairs Botany Physics Cbsratetrr Hall Work ot tho Model Ssfooote and Normal Department IB Lincoln HalL TIle great new Rafteciasoope upstairs In Lincoln Hall Library in the new Carnegie Li brary Building Boarding Hailand Public Ilootns in Ladles Ball- Ifomespun Fair In the Chapel Refreshment Booth In the rear of the Library near the Chapel Cheekroom where baskets and parcel may be left for safekeeping at the roar of the Chapel Room where ladles accom panted by babies can find rest and re freshment in the rear of Ute Chapel The office of General Information will bo tho Registrars Office No 5 Lincoln Hall I FIAT OF CQIUtQ Oriental us alleged What Sdsnes Mothers ot the arrest at Cartorsvlllo Ga of- F IL Garner a former clerk charged with tho embezzlement of 30700 from the companys Now Orleans offs o Garner is alleged to have obtained this sum by fraudulent sales of railroad tickets made by himself under an asp lumcd name to tho company Sleeper Went Into Ditch Woysvllle Ky May 23Mrs Mary lIalseyatpoisons were dangerously Injured and twenty others slightly hurt yesterday afternoon when the Chesapeake Ohio flyer was wrecked at Lawrence Crook the sleeper being thrown Into the ditch by tho buckling of tho track under it Tho accident occurred be tweon Brcshenrs and South RIpley Ky and help was at onco sent from these and other nearby towns and within two hours all lho injured had been removed from the scene of the wreck and were on their way to Mays vlllo mind Cincinnati The dangerously injured were Ironton Kelley Ashland Ky nnd Mrs Van Rlgo1 PikcrlHe Ky A Fire Mint and a Planet A fire mitt and a planet A crystal and n cell A jellyfish nnd a saurian And eaves whore tho cavemen dwell Then a sense of law and boquty And a taco turned from the clod Soino call It Evolution Anti others wilt It God A haze on tho far horizon Time Infinite tondorsky Tlio ripe rich tints of tho cornfields And tho wild goose Railing high And all over upland and lowland Tim charm of tho golden rod Some of ug call it Autumn Anti others call It God Like Limo tide on a croseontapa beach When the moon Is norand thin Into our hearts high yoarningH Como wolllng anti surging in Como from tho mystic ocean Whoso rim no foot has trod Some of us call It Longing And others call it God A picket frozen on duty- A mother starved for liar brood Socrates drinking the hemlock And JOSUB on tho rood The mtlljon who humble and nun less Tlie straight hard pathway trod Scum call It Consecration And others call It God Prtf W II CHrnlh Chief Contents of This Number PAGE ONE New of The Week- Comurencen ent Program Udl trlnlOoll1llenctlll1t1nt Unrein ma Acqultlm A sure MUt nod n Planet PAGE TWO Serlnl The House of Thousand Candles Chlldrena JIartilltPAGE THREE Iteren and Vicinity Colleen Items- ihrnnonla Concert Program PAGE roust Comments Good nCM or HttlclmiofT Hy Win II Allen Slultlply Ilia OIK or 8uclnlilllty 1y lnrv- ulilln Iolltloil Tnl k- TentlrRnce Notes 1AOK FIVE Ilnitrbuiluro TlieSundnjr School Lesson IAGE SIX Tim DistrictSchoolThe lnnn llon oTnlk Lntent Market Ileports BlRhth Kentucky History Students Journal PACK SEVEN Tim Army of Shadows Memorial Day Thought Recent State News PAGE EIGHT Eastern Kentucky News Ohio News Idaho Lat- erBerea College Fair FOR Fireside Industries E i Will be held Wednesday Juno 5 1007 the College Commencement Day in Room 80 In the College Chapel BuildingIRoad the list of premiums aUtCJprepare to make an exhibit If yon should not take a premium you can show your skill nnd may have a chance to sell something i TARE NOTICE Entries may be made at any time from noon to 4 P M on Tues day June 4 1007 or from 7 A M to 10 A M Wednesday June 8 J907 All goods entered for premiums ais must have been made since last Commencement Day June 0 1006 Homo products not included in our list of premiums may bo exhibit t ed and offered for sale it Wo offer fine premiums for hickory or oak split baskets melon shaped There is quite a demand for such baskets if wellmade The size of such should not bo over the half bushel basket and smaller ones fl will find a readier sale I PREMIUMS OFFERED 1ST JO- Homcipun and Homewoven Corcrllti Jjoo fi oo Homespun TbleSprcads I Coverlid pattern s too 30 Linen Layo 4 Cotton too 50 Home 1punrnlowCoverarr iluen 100 jc Cotton 000Lillie Svdj i O 51 Allwool aro too Ithomespun Blenkrtyljydellwllled too so y of1Ialn1loenSt1sRag Rugs CsureU 150 75 I Rag weave iort yo I melonshapedMuskets 200 too r i Axhandles homemade S a5 I Hindmade bottom chair Is 7f 1 JlandmlldeRUJllcehalr 150 A Knit Socks homespun yarn r se a5 Knit Mittens homespun yarn S as j No premiumo will bo given for Linsoy Dress Flannels or Linens which do not contain eight yardsrOnly secondclass premiums will be given for secondclass articles I when no firstclass ones have been o1lerQds e Committee on Homespun Fair 1- rj f r w JIOTtCK TO comnsroNtlzllTll All muamutlont for thus type heard bt unorn n1 4 kf the nun of lh Authort nocnurllr rot fuMltttloa fell M u rWcnc frOd fob o the pun rib wrtwr will wilr ra coo side of thpaperI urtfal la rttlcif urn d tu1- Jtbleuenditgarupluoodduunet Preps MOM are ello to drcipbw u W U apes U whldk lbo y w whit THE HOUSE OF A THOUSANDCANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Aulhir d THt MAIN CHANCE ZEn DAHCIOH tic Copyright 1MB br BokbtVcrrlll Co CHAPTER XII Continued But I suppose the Sisters arc awful ly strictTheyre hideous perfectly hide ors Where Is your home I demanded Chicago Louisville Indianapolis Cin cinnati perhaps Humph you are dull You ought to know from my accent that Im not from Chicago And I hope I havent a Kentucky girls air of waiting to be flattered to death And no Indianapo its girl would talk to a strange man at the edge ot a deep wood In the gray twilight of a winter daythats from a book and the Cincinnati girl is with out my elan esprit whatever you please to call It She has more Teu tonic reposemore Gretchen of the Jthlue valley about her Dont you adore French Squire Glenarm she concluded breathlessly and with no pause In her quick step- I adore yours Miss Armstrong I asserted yielding myself further to the joy of Idiocy and delighting In the mockery and whimsical moods of her talk I did not make her out Indeed 1 preferred not tot I was not then and I am not now thank Oodof an analytical turn of mind And as I grow older I prefer even after many a blow to take my fellow human beings as I find them And as for women old r or young I envy no man his gift of resolving them Into elements As well carry a spray of arbutus to the laboratory or subject the enchantment of moonlight upon running water to the llama and blowpipe as try to analyze the heart of a girl particularly a girl who paddles a canoe with a sure stroke and puts up a good race with a rabbit- A lamp shone ahead of us at the en trance of one of the houses and lights appeared In all the buildings- If I knew your window I should cer tainly sing under Itoxcept that youre going home You didnt toll me why they woro departing you Im really ashamed to You would never Oh yes I would Im really an old friend I Insisted feeling more lite an Idiot every minute Well dont tel But they caught me flirting with the grocery boy Now arent you disgusted Thoroughly I cant believe It Why youd a lot better flirt with me I suggested boldly Well Im to be sent away for good at Christmas I may coma back then if I can square myself My Thats slangIsnt it adorable Tho Sisters dont like slang I sup poseThey loathe It Miss Deveroux you know who she Isshe spies on us and tells You dont say so but Im not sur prised at her Ive heard about hor I declared bitterly We had reached tho door and I ex posted her to flr but she lingered Oh if you know her Perhaps youre a spy tool Its just as well we should ncjvcr meet again Mr Glen arm she declared haughtily Thin memory of these few meetings will always linger with me Miss arm- strong I returned In an imitation of her own tone i lOr shall scorn to remember you and she folded tier arms under the cloak tragically Our meetings have been all to few Miss Armstrong Two exactly I be lieve Then you prefer to Ignore tho first time I ever saw you she said her hand on the door QuI there In your canoe Never And youve forgiven me for overbear- Ing you and the chaplain on the wall please she grasped the knob of the door and paused an instant as though pun dorlng I make it three times without that one nnd not counting once In tho road and ether tlines rtvhcn you didnt know Squlrn GJenarm Im a foolish little girl lo have remembered the first I see now how bMnd I have been floodbyShecp52CJ and cJcscd ihctJcsrssU ly and I heard her running up the teps within I ran back to the chapel roundly abusing myself for having neglected my moro serious affairs for a bit of silly talk with a school girl fearful lest the openings I had left at both ends of the passage should have been discovered Near the chapel 1 nar rowly escaped running Into Stoddard 3iut I slipped past him found my lantern pulled the hidden door Into Place and traversing the tunnel with out Incident soon climbed through the hatchway and slammed the false block securely Into the opening CHAPTER XIII A Pair of Eavesdroppers When I camo down after dressing for dinner Bates called my attention no a belated mall I pounced eagerly upon a letter In Laurance Donovans wtknowi baud bearing to my sur prise an American stamp nnd post marked New Orleans It was dated however at Vera Cruz Mexico De comber 16 1901 and gave a oharac toristlcally racy account of his efforts I to dodge the British detective who was pursuing him lIe hoped ho wrote to cross the borders into Texas but declared that he should keep clear of Indiana as ho was unacquainted with tho Indian language Bates gave mo my coffee In the library aa I wished to settle down to an evening ot reflection without delay Larrys report of himself was not reas suring despite Its cheerful tone I know that if he had any Idea of trying to reach me ho would not mention It In a letter which might fall Into tho hands of the authorities and the hope that ho might join me grow I was not perhaps entitled to a companion at Glenarm under the terms of my exile but as a mutter of protect lop in the existing condition of affairs there could be no legal or moral reason why I should not defend myself against my foes and Larry was an ally worth havingMy neighbor the chaplain had In advertently given me a bit ot Impor tant nows and my mind kept revert I Ing to the fact that Morgan was ro porting his Injury to the executor of my grandfathers estate In Now York Everything olio that had happened was tame and unimportant compared with this Why had John Marshall Glenarm made Arthur Pickering the executor of his estate Ho knew that I detested him that Pickerings noble alms and high ambitions had boon praised by my family until his very name sickened mOt and yet my own grandfather had thought it wise to In trust his fortune and my future to the man of all men who was most repug nant to me I rose and paced the floor In anger My rago must fasten upon some one Then You Prefer Ignore the First Saw and Bates was the ncnnJst target for It I went to the kitchen whore be usually spent his evenings to vent my feelings upon him only to find him gone I climbed to his room and found It empty Very Ilkuly ho was off con doling with his frlond and follow con spirator tho caretaker and I fumed with rago and disappointment I was thoroughly tlredas tired as on days when I had beaten my way through tropical jungles without food or walor but I wished In my Impotent anger against I knew not what agencies to punish myself to Induco an utter weariness that would send mo ex busted to bed The snow In the highway was well beaten down and I swung off country ward past St Agathas A gray mist hung over the fields In whirling clouds breaking away occasionally nod show Ing the throbbing winter stars The walk and my Interest In the alternation of starlighted and mistwrapped landscape won me to a better state of mind and after tramping a couple of n11a I set out for home Several times on my tramp I had caught myself whistling the air of a majestic old hymn and smiled remembering my young friend Olivia and her play ing In the chapel She was an amus- Ing child the thought of her further lifted my spirit and I turned Into the school park when I reached the outer gato with a halfrecognized to pass near tho barracks whoro she spent her days At the school gate the lamps of a carriage suddenly blurred In the mist Carriages are not common In this re gion and I was not surprised to find that this was the familiar village hack that met trains day and night at An nandale Some parent conjectured paying a visit to St Agathas possi blyand the thought gave me pleas ure perhaps the father of Miss Olivia Gladys Armstrong had come to carry her home for a stricter discipline than Sister Theresas school afforded The driver sat asleep on his box and I passed him nnd went on Into tho grounds A whim seized mo to visit the crypt of the chapel and ex amine tho opening to tho tunnel An I passed the Httlo group qf school buildings a man camp hurriedly from ono of thorn and turned toward tho chapelI thought It was Stoddard but I could not mnko him out lu thin mist and in my uncertainty waited for him to put 20 paces between us before I followed Ho strode Into the chapel porch with an air of assurance and I heard him address some one who had been waiting The was now so heavy that I could not see my hand before my face and I stole forward until I heard the voices of two men distinctly Bates Yes sir I heard feet scraping on the stone floor ot tho porch This Is a devil of a place to talk In but Its the best we can do Did the young man know I sent for you No sir I kept him qujto busy with his books and papers Humph Wo can nevor bo sure ot him I suppose that is correct sir Well you and Morgan are n fine pair I must say I thought ho had somo sunco and that youd see to It that ho didnt make a moss of this whole thing lies in bed now with a hole in his arm and youve got to go on alone Ill do my best Mr Pickering Dont call me by name you Idiot Were not advertising our business from the housetops Certainly not replied Dates hum blyTho blood was roaring through my head and my hands clenched as t stood thoro listening to this colloquy Pickerings voice wasand Isun mistakable There was always a purr I to Time t Ever You wish I mist softnoss in it Ho used to remind ling at school of a sleek complacent I cat and I hate cats with particular loathingIs lying or not whon he I says ho shot hlmsolf accidentally demanded Pickering petulantly I I only know what I hoard from the gardener here at the school Youll understand 1 hope that I cant be seen going to Morgans house Of course not lint he says you havent played fair with him that you oven attacked him a tow days aftor Glanami canto ITO 1JU CONTINUED I KEEN INTELLIGENCE WANTED A Story That Illustrates What Banks Art Looking For Pierce Jay tho commissioner of banks of Massachusetts at tile Amorl can Bankers associations convention In St Louis advocated a bettor accounting system But above all said Mr Jay In a discussion of his Idea we want Intel ligence if embezzlement is to be thor oughly put down Systems are good but intelligence Is bettor and In cash iers and tellers and bookkeepers and note clerks wo want the same keen quick Intelligence that characterized old Capt Hiram Cack of Gloucester Cack Jay very III Ono day ho got downhearted feeling that his caso was hopeless I fear doctor ho said there Isnt much hopo for me Oh yes there is the doctor answered Three years ago I was In your condition precisely and look at me nowCack intelligent and alert said quickly What doctor did you have DrivenlieShe married a worthless noble man t She How did that happen HeDenpondency She was jilted by icr fathers coachman tfuck I GOMES TO AN ENDS ARGUMENTS OVER EDDY TRUS1 DEED COMPLETED FOLLOWERS OF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Crowd Court Room to Hear Closing Address In First Legal Battle Over Suit Concord N H May 25 Argument were completed In the Merrluuck county superior court on tho motion of the trustees of the estate of Mary Baker Eddy head ot tho Christian Science church to Intervene and be substituted as plaintiffs In tho suit brought by her son George W Glover and others to compel an uccountlnc other property Judge R N Chamberlin tho presld Ing Justice issued an order that all affidavits and all cltatlona in tho case be flied by next Tuesday and this decision on the motion will be given laterAll day an Interested crowd made up in taro part of members of tho Christian Science church filled the courtroomMost the time was occupied by counsel for the petitioners but counsel for the three trustees who presented his main argument In favor of the motion made a brief closing plea Both Dewitt C Howe and former Senator William K Chandler of coun set for the petitioners characterized the motion of the trustees for leave to intervene as absurd and declared that the attitude of the trustees was rather that of defendants than plaintiffs The point was made also that tho deed of trust transferring the property of Mrs Eddy to the three trustee was executed after notice of the present suit had been received In answer to this Oon Streeterj said that no Jegal notice of the suit was served on tho defendants until tiler tho execution of tho deeds ot trust lie denied that there was any thing In the evidence to show that the trustees had prejudiced the case or that as counsel for the petitioners in timated the trustees would dismiss the suit It admitted as plaintiffs Judge Asks Questions During tho closing argument of Gen Streeter Judge Choinbwlln In terjected several question Ho asked how the question of Stsa Eddys competency omM lw dt an Incd without a trim and retmrtx that It teemed strnngA that the court should determine the attention Involved without trial Mr Streeter In reply MM the lodge aoald determine he question of Mrs Eddys competency by a vet to tier and ho thereupon extMHtal an In ritaUon to Judge CtMmbwrlln ami Mr Chandler to visit Mrs Bddy with him and discuss the case with her Mr Streetw added however that before question of competency was wUUed two other questions should bo decided TRIAL ABRUPTLY ENDED When One of the Black Hand Mur derers Manned Himself New York May 11 The trial of tho three alleged mack Hand men on a barge of murder In the Ant degree was abruptly terminated In the MI promo court In Brooklyn Roooo Pan sglro one of the men took tho cage so far as ho was concerned from the earthly tribunal by committing nil tide at the Raymond street jail cy banging Immediately after tile open ing ot court Genaro Euposlto another of the trio pleaded guilty to murder In the second degree Then upon the recommendation of District Attorney Clarke Francesco Como who had ben on trial jointly with the other two was discharged The three men wore charged with having killed Galtano Costa a butchur Costa had received several letters demanding money Motormen Crushed to Death Grand Rapids Mich May 25Two- men lou thelr lives In a headon col llama on the Grand Rapids Grand Haven and Muskegon Intorurban line at Celery farm near Muskegon The Interurban Is a singletrack road operated under a telephone dispatching system A passenger car from Mus kogon for Grand Rapids collided at Celery farm with a westbound baggage and express car Roth cars were wrecked and tho two motormen In closed In their narrow vestibules were Instantly killed Six Known Dead Chicago May 2iiThe ladies of Frank Statu and Andrew Stanlslau wero found In Armours beefkilling plant where four other lien were kill od by an explosion of ammonia Street Cars Burn Buffalo N Y May 2GTho car barn of the Buffalo Lake Erie Traction do at Blatdaoti burned together with 25 ot the 28 earn Loss 100000 Their rhrcataCutP- hiladelphia May 25Thelr throats cut from car to oar Peter McGlnnU 48 anti hla wife Bridget 38 were found dead In their home lu the lower section of the city Tho couplo had not been seen etnco Tuesday when neighbors herd them quarreling Nineteen Alleged Plotters Doomed City of Mexico May 5Nos was received here of the sentencing to doath of ID men charged with com pllclty In the recent Attempt to as tasslnste President Cabrera of Quote elate facts ancies f0r Lads J Lassies LIVING LIKE A PRINCESS But Is Is Not an Easy Life According to Princess Elizabeth of Bohemia JMany children think It would be a nice thing to bo a prince or princess But In truth It Is only In story books that royal children have such delight ful times- lu real lire they generally arc brought up under tho strictest discipline surrounded at all times by governors and tutors and they must conduct themselves according to a set Tfi s Princess Curtseyed gIIof rules and regulations which to healthy children mutt be most aggra vating aad annoying Tho prlnoeM HIlMbeth daughter of the queen of Bohemia hap loft In her letters an account of the manner In which she was oWlged to approach hurIre ire resolving their ortucatlon Im Hocked The cfclUron hall Utr iHnn r at 11 octort The bars raiered tho dining room Slit and forwml in a line while their teachers And gentlemen In wIIng hoed up behind them Then came In the little princwMe Bach priaceu as the entered the room wade deep c trtey to her bctHh era to which they iwpomUd with a low now Theo the prtneew eurueyed again to the chootauuHeni and other behind the prince but not so pow at o her brothers lhe this west aromd the table and stood opposite her brothers and gave THE POINT OF HONOR iIt la Being a Geed Deal Detter Than You Need to Oe Children can uk thousands of ques done Uat are difficult to answer but a woman seldom meets n more per plexing moment than when her little vW w He Kept One boy asks her for the first tlmWhat Is honor mother- It Is n gloriously untranslatable word Yet It must be explained and so explained as to show Itself like wisdom moro precious than rubles Definition In likely to fall The small boy listens to a long lecture on being honorable and ou being asked Do you understand It sow replica gloomily Yes Its being a great deal better than you need to be when no bodys going to know whether you are or not Example Is better than argument for the Inspiration of tho child says Youths Companion and he will respond quickly to the high appeal whop It Ms made through a genuine case Two nickels wero given to a small boy as ho was going to Sunday school and although he knew they were In tended for the offertory ho kept one lia wise mother told him the simple story of a littleknown act of Sir Rich ard Wallace By the will of Lord Hertford Sir Richard Inherited a great many vain able works of art and a considerable fortune Some time after he came laid possession of the bequest he Icaraed through a common frlond that nnnthem another curtsey very low Turn lag to her governess she again curt- seyed slightly Tho governess made a low curtsey In return Tho princess now took oft her gloves which she was required to wear when she entered the dining room and Landed them to an attendant with another curtsey Having done this she curtseyed to her brothers and n man camo to her with a basjn ot water In which she washed hor hands dropping tho holder of tho basin a curtsey for his pains After grace was said all standing meantime the princess made another curtsey and a ninth and final one Just as she took her seat at tho table Each princess had to go through this ceremony as she came In to din ner and liS there were five of them U took tome time to get the children all seated at the table Thin little princes of course had to respond gravely with a low bow to every curtsoy that their klsters made to them and they stood In a line bobbing their heads until all the girls were seated So It was half an hour after the sharp appetites of the ehll dren and tho hands of tile castle clock j had announced the dinner hour before a the children were actually paling Tho boys were allowed to hue four hours a day for exercise and play all the rest of the time when they were f not eating or sleeping they were studying law history mathematics languages and theology The girls wero allowed to have scarcely any time for play but whoa not at their lesion they were entgaged In their sewing and embroidery Their food was plain and limited In quantity and they knew each drwhat they were to have 10 oat for every Monday they had thn same dishes the tome every Tuesday and soonThey attended morning and evening prayer and listened to a short sur- tnlHl ovary day On Sunday after church lhay had to sit down and write out as much as thor could rewenber of tho sermon they had heard awl wise a week lrJMId mlnletef or roltaRe profs en tertttMKt to the children while they were at dinner The children did not have a rerr my time rot It on the whole and fro quenilv used to envy the oil I Wren of the peasants around the casts who had INK dolls wad mud isles and wn allowed any amount of time fur Play IHring a prince or princes k very well In COM ways but there II little has In It Lord Hertford lied intended to alter his will so as to give a lrg stun of money to seine other relative Can you give mo the particular j and tINt came hi inquiredIIlls intorraiint warn able to f + dand be at woo turned over to thu1peri- eons IOOlooa largo sum oiW atone of his wealth A frlond asked Sir IUttiiibiIh n you afford to do thRt1laJtolienough loft T Quirk as re plied with the maxim 6tPubllu By rue 40 What is loft when honor is lost THE EMPEROR PENGUIN PUmarkabl 0lfd Encountered by Ex plorer In South Polar Region This remarkable bird is described In the story of Capt Scott recent march ot 400 miles across the Icepack that surrounds the south polar region M standing nearly four feet high suit wcIghlnftSO to 90 pounds They hav I an abundance of IntJursltlv sayn Mr E A Wilson naturalist of tho expedition and a party of thorn meet ing a human being will walk up to him with dignity and stand In a ring nil round with an occasional remark from one to the other The voice of tho penguin la loud and trumpetlike His movements arc slow and stately ills head is black his back and wings Ernp rerP njuln blulsh gray his breast lemonyellew with feathers glossy as satin lad ha carries a brilliant orange patch en tbo neck and lower bill ti ers Its It to There is nothing that adds to to the selling value or the renting value of a house like good paint there is nothing that makes home more homelike than good paint- It pays to paint The better the paint the better it pays THE SHERWIN WILUAMS PAINT FOR PAINTING DUILOINC8 OUTDID AND INSIDE pays in the beginning because it goes so farpays in the end because it lasts so longand looks so well as longas it lasts There is no paint like it for beauty and durability for economy and satisfactionS- E US fOR Imo COLOR CARDS The Porter Drug I iKCOnrORiTED 0000000000000000000000000000 0 i Berea and Vicinity 0 0- t o 0 GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES e e e o 0000000011111111Irof In 0 Illchmwtd tost Tburertey Mrs II II Preston who Iota been In Ixnitovllle tor sage time returned hone last Tlmreday- MltB Kalrlla Adams WM wtth 1i T home folkii al Willie Ky a few days last week- Mrs Kva Iuraa entertained a few rHmg folk last Wadwietlay evening at her home on Depot treot Mia Ltllle lark of Richmond war tins giidU of Miss Unity Smith a rewI days last week Mlawe nootoy awl Hilda WekjU have rpiurnml bom from Islington- MlM Winifred Jowe a graduate of M hi spending a few day with frleiHU here MlM Nancy MeWherter of Iloone talk tl veiling tlw MIKe McWhor herMn Rattle Wager U with her son John Vngfr Mra Srllda King to having a new addition built to her house on Center at reel Dr and Mrs Thomson Ur ami Mrs Cowley and Mr aNti Mra HwJaon drove out to Kerbr Knob Sunday where Dr Thomson pronehed In the Korbjr Knob Church House Mr Harry lo Uowlt and sister are tine arts of MlM Nina lag Mrs Minnie Iownn died at liar home on Jackson street lout Wednes I day morning after n vory ihort illness Tho funeral service wore hold at her homo Thursday morning conducted by Itcv Amo Stout Her remains were taken to KlrktivUlo to be laid to rest Mr anti Mni Prank Hays am eon Herbert Mr anti Mm Rufus Coylo and Wit True returned tho first of the week front a flailing trip In Jack son county Martha Powell of Kingston Ky spoilt n fow days last work at the homo of Charley Rogers on Center street Maura John and Arch Hlphlro of Lexington Ky are visiting J O llttr rlson and other rolatlvea near Ueroa FOR SALIC Hotel property Pi store room sHunted on Mnln street licrca ICy Postoffice For calmorparticular wrlto J L DRAXAMAN uia Friend Then tell him about Ayers Cherry Pectoral Tell him how it cured your hard cough I1 Tell him why you always keep it In the house Tell him to ask his doctor about ire Doc tors use a great deal of It for throat and lung troubles H I hurt ft tmM roll end rough aM war threatened wllli hcuiiMiiiiA 1 tri4l Ayerl retnogaick1n41Mnfeet mMrtnellInU E WliiTtUNNIouxydli H lac f J IA Pays Paint Co Md by7 0AYrCaIoweII atae 11Also tataufeotureri of lJ tlAIR SARSAPARILLA TILLS YIeeS JI wltllhasten o oeo o wwwwwwwvwwwvw DISAGREED WITH MITCHELL District President of Miners Organ zatlon Tenders His Resignation CbarltonW X May TJohn Nna Ht m iHbr of the house of dol state of u W at Virginia JeglBla tare and prraidrat of the United Mine Vorttora of Iilctrlrt No 17 Including Wt Virginia Vlntinla and the north eeelvrn portlim of Kentucky line tender his mrlniMtlnn to the local sec rttary of tine mine workers Then bM twta Instituted In the unorganized fickle of West Vlnrtnld If eatniMlcn for the orBmBlmiloo of the nooiiinlon miners awl the district president and John Mitchell the national president have differed on this subject Nugent saN wt tho following statement Ilelng unable to agree with Proal dent M Ital1 ell who never lies boon friendly to my administration and ale ways has denied me the right of homo rule In directing the work of organ ser la my dtotrict and to prove my Mneerlty In my opinion that improvements to the general conditions of the miners of this state can only oomo through the Introduction and employ ment of praotloal miners I have ten doted my repiaaaUon as president of District No 17 and will devote my entire time tb the office of commission or of Immigration PREACHER ASSASSINATED His Evidence In a Moonshine Cats Might Have Deen Embarrassing Moot Airy N C May 27In Carroll county Va In a section of tho Blue mile mountains Rev Joseph Master a Dunlcnrd preacher was awakened called out of the houoo and porlIontho crlmo other than that Mr Raster would have been an Important witness In oases pending In court Involving contain persons In tho neighborhood who had boon Indicted for Helling liquor Illegally Mr Easter had a wife and seven children Fooling runs high and it is foared that If tho guilty poroon Is caught summary mpaaurcs will follow rusted Rockefeller Must Pay St Louis May 27In tho circuit court Judgo Reynolds decreed that Frank Rockefeller brother of John D Rockefeller must pay the courtcost of 134D sustained by the defendant In tho recent suit In which Rockefeller sought to 205000 ho had paid Henry Boss a mining promoters for tho Gobbler zlno mlno Judgo Key nolds sustained a demurrer and the plaintiff took a non suiL During tho trial Mr Rockefeller said on tho wit ness stand I am busted tileTho Venus fire teat right Inches In height and this Is held by many artists and sculptors to bo the most perfect stature for a woman I have aa Invention rowdy to patent which Is so simple and useful that It ought to make n fortune I wtmt Bomo ono to take a mrt Interest In It and help patent and nSinufacturo It A 0 HART Derm Ky Houses and Gardens for Rent Call on G D Holliday at tho Borca Dank nnd Trust Company LOSTA valuable ring on Friday May 17th near 1orters Drug Store Finder may receive a suitable reward upon returning tho same to tho Reg istrars Office of Boron College Strayed or stolen from our lot on Prospect street a dark rod heifer year flag with horns Finder will bo re warded by returning 0Tn IIAYS 0000000000000-o a College Items I 0 o 0- i HERE AND THERE o o 0 00080000000000Thru tho patronage of friends the Y W C A took In enough money at the salo on Saturday evening to defray tho expenses of ono delegate to the Ashvilla conference MUM Elizabeth Lowla loll thp If W C A Sunday night tho topic rI- ng Character Uulldlng Miss Andrews former tenehor of heron is visiting friends here thte week Miss Winifred Jones graduals of 1906 la spending a low days In Dorea with friends toro going to her home In Cincinnati Mis Jones tins been teaching at Wllllaiiwburg the put yearDr Hubbell was In Dorea Friday and Saturday Mlw Mabel Fonn former Hires aiu dent of Tallmage Ohio Is vlelvlni Miss Ruth Putnam I President Frost and family anti Mha Morrow returned to Ilerea from Yonk era last Sntunlay noon Mr Hoffman led the Y M C A Sunday night r Provident Frost led the Mondaj morning Chapel oxeretoe A party of toaober and vteiton wont to Fnrrletown Sunday nlaht Prof Italno prenehed the Mseocoal sermon Sunday morntnc In the Ooi logo Chapel TIiis took the place 01 tho regular Sunday nlgtit ChapeL On Commencement Day June Blh tho school work of the Model School will bo exhibited In the school room on second floor of Industrial lluttdlng All visitors will be welcomed e novoJ H McCuJIagh of the Am erlonn Sunday School Union was i liaroa this week to communion sores of tho students for summer work Tho homespun Fair will be licit In Room SO In this College Chape wlldlnu instead of In the Industrial 1ItJlng M before aunouneed- Mr and Mrs S II Ramsey of list River Mo are In Uerea to stay fnwr Commencemont and renew old ae qualnlaneea They were students hen In IDOl and 1WH They have a son pearly two year old Rev Robert Jones of Jamestown N Y who will be remel erect as a student several years wo In nerw U engaged In evangelistic work and line Just held important meetings at Santa Rosa California Mr Ralph Clorgi ot Jamestown N Y for some time a student at He rea Is married and engaged in business In California lie le perlntend ent of mlnoB at Pine Flats near San ta Rosa Mr William R Belknap of Louisville trustee of Derea Oollege will be ixocomimnlcd by his wife in kus vilt to Commencement next week Harmonia Society RplondltlMuslrnl SelrcttnuewillbeIhon Next aiomlay Night Tho following program will bo ren dorcd by tho Harmoiila Society asilflt cd by tho Ariel Quartette the Col logo Orchestra n Ladles Trio and Soloists Monday night Juno Gal at 710 The admission fee line boon mode only ton cents so thnt every ono may como Tho clients of scvontyflvo voices under Mr Rlgbyu direction has pro pared a concert such as could raroly be hoard In Kentucky rnoaitAM fart I INVOCATION Rov A E Thomson OVERTURE OnCJHBSTRA Oh Italia Italia Beloved Donizetti Oh Itnlln Italln beloved Land of beauty of and song Tho afar from thy blhllltl B ronjovwl Still our fond hearts for thee ovoi- Bwcot long thy Muo lakes thy groves and thy fountnltM Oh thou dear kind that gave us our birth How wo long for thy hills and thy monntaln Far tho dearest and fairest of oorth Oh sad fate to wander Out In the wtdo world Far from home Oh Italia Italia Land of beauty rind sunlight and song Tho afar from thy bright skies removed Still our tofu hoards tor theo over longSweet thy blue lakes thy groves and thy fountains Oh thou dear land that Rave us our birth How wo long for thy hills and thy mountains Far tho dearest and fairest of earth Oh Italia land of beauty How our hearts still burn for thee Yes burn with love you burn with love Yes burn with lovo for thco Italia The Two OrenadiersSchumann Toward Franco were faring two arena tiers JurnlnliAmfrontiers mourningForof fear shakenDonatedBO And the Emperor tho Emperor was taken fillSosaid the one I fuel so Ill Like flro my old wound la burning comolNohQmoVlthoutWho cares for child Who cares for wife In mo higher longings awaken t Let tIn BO and beg It they care for lituMy Emperor Jly Kmporor U taken1 pray tiwue llrotncr fur u boon eumingoh full soon roamingTIM11 meAndAnd giru my sword around me arrayodLaKeUntil 1 tear to the loud cannonade replyingAnd rides grayAlldflashing and falling Already stud armed i arlso from the The jsmpvror the Bmporor la calling HOWAltD SllOUMAlOJIt Bridal Chorus Tta thy welding morning MAluiug in the skies ringingUrxtal Tia tae IBM fair morning eyeslflee sweet lush arfco Sunset Van do Water One rnlitg I SIlt In the With wetS- Vheto my tune looking wtnl10lvI the see In a lulu Was peacefully Blnhlue tq rest gloryWasLlk tM light from a fr oft land of 1ti rMinuets never die But the wind from the north same blow- Ing And the loagBluulowr darker grow Tile sad mteflt night same softly All wet with Its tears ef dew IJ4rtflTheAnd left In the eVntiig shy ao clear The stars and the moon fur a golden erownAIM UM dar eras donm And the night had some I often go to the window When the bright happy day ta done And ws tab bow the does grow crimson Yearn the raJa of aotUng sun II1ltftdorOfOr perhaps by and by when the angels I I Hull use It In heavens tend AUIKL QUAItTHT The Heavens Are Tolling Haydn Tile Ueavene are telling tho glory or UnciTbe wroeder ot hM work displays the nDanIentTltIO eomlnic epesta It the tey Tab nghta hi gene te following stggLCHORUS The ireavetM are UfflaR the glory ol TIN wand of his work displays tho atwontnvr The Ileavefw are oiling tho glory of Qoo ITbe roammtI- IAIUtOKIA wonder of his werk displays thi Part It Gloria Mozart Otorjoue to thr name Alattehir Lord angel stand round about thy throMLee lou bow before Iltee And declare tiny wondrous works We prate thee we give thanks to thee We adore tbee we gtortty thee i Lord uee we blear thee Lord we thank this for v great Iriay tht Beass archal thy fioWOeJ I thou art King l riveQiortoss II thy name 0 tiedmessing and honor for ever and ever more 1IAHMONIA Lift TUIno 11yesMondolesolmTRIO Lift thine eye 0 lift tUna eyes to tin awuatalna wbenee eomjth help Thy kelp eosMth from the Lord mak er of Ueavea awl earth He hath aald shall not bo moved thy keeper willneverHumberLift tahm er to time mountains whence cometh help SU88 JK88IB NBWMAN SII88 LILIAN AMDROSB MISS QUACK CORNELIUS And the Glory Handal And the story of the Lord shall bo re vealed nil flesh Shan see It to f for the mouth of the Lord hath spoken lu- HARMONIA AIR Soprano I knew that Redeemer llveth and lust He shall stand ujten the eRHh and time wormsltdetrrooy 1HKtJ yet In my flesh shell I see per now is Christ risen from tho dead the sleepMISSUftllelujah Chorus Handel durIngOmnIpotent becometOIOorIlRI11 OFonusDig Increase In Capital Stock Frankfort Ky May 27Attorney A P Humphrey of Louisville Ky representative of tho Southern Pacific company has paid Into tho state treas ury 3C000 as organization tax on a 3G000000 Increaso In the capital stock of tho company which has Its charter In this state Tho Increase was recently authorized by tho directors of tho company Outgrew Its Boundaries Chicago May 27Tho Evangelical Lutheran synod of Illinois Missouri and Ohio In session hero decided to create three district synods to be known as tho northern central and southern synods of Illinois Tho synod of tho three states has grown so that ono synod could not look after Its affairs Gary Denies a Story Now York May 27E H Gary chairman of tho board of directors of the United States Steel corporation says that there Is no foundation for tho report that tho plant of tho nil cola Steel company Is to bo removed from South Chicago to Gary Ind or that tho South Chicago plant Is to bp abandonedArmed Rebels In Ecuador Guayaquil Ecuador May 27Pnrties of armed rebels appeared yesterday between Ambato and Latacunga tnd made attempts on both towns Troops from Latacunga surprised and Ilspersed tho rebels who lost throe ten killed The government force tad one man killed kokotKokokotltokottattokoYosofroROkorokokokoKokokootokokoto 0 i Ring Phone No 10 i 0 0 0 WHEN YOU WANT 0 0 0 x GROCERIESo 0 x GOODS PROMPTLY DELIVERED o TO ANY PLACE IN TOWN 0 0 Golden Grain Patent Flour o It Best Granulated Sugar ze fBestCanned Corn s AGENT FOR x NAVEN LAUNDRY- KokokorosIokokokokoitoko n k w J B Richardson o- okfrDet01t0at0Yoet01t0Yok0etokOkOCi K U I I+ l 1 3 LOOK it5r the LABEL- s Turn the inside pocket TthatsIts a mark of honesty and quality KANTBEBEAT it is 0 KC L I Pockets braced inside collars made right shoulders built up 1 I properly and cloth shrunk before cuttingThe makers stand behindIevery garment branded KANT BEBEATWe this clothing is sue 1 perior to socalled tailor made IEto please We Invite you to visit us when thinking of that new pair y of Oxfords and see our line Yours respectfully HARRIS RHODUS CO FURNISHERS BEREA KY No n434J Berea National BankReport of time condition of the Keren National llank at term In the atate of Kentucky at tlio close of Iniilnesn Slay SO rooT RESOUnCBS V Loans nnd Discounts 48081 93 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 101 IS U S Bonds to secure circulation 10000 01 Premiums on U S Bonds 810 ou Furniture and fixtures 2120 OS Duo from approved reserve agents 8000 05 Checks and other cash items 850 17 Notes of other National Banks 810 01 Fractional paper currency nickols and cents 40 20 LAWFUL MONET KBSBRVE IN BANK vz Specie 210160 Legaltender notes 1404 00 8505 50 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation 800 00 TOTAL t 0 82128 57 LIABILITIES I Capital stock paid in25x000 00 s Undivided profits expenses and taxes paid 12 National Bank notes outstandinge 10000 00 Individual deposits subject to check 35852 45 Time certificates of deposit 4230 00 Certified checks 175 00 TOTAL 82128 57 Statbof Kentucky County of Motli en UtI J L Gay Cashier of the abova named bank do solemnly aivoar 1f that the above statement is true to tho best of ray knowledge and belief J L Goy Cashier CorrectAttest S E Welch W A Hammond S R Baker Directors Subscribed and sworn tg before mo this 24th day of May 1007 Will C Gamble Notary Public 11 SKkkkkkkkkRtSkkdkkkkMxtOxtmartrkrkstrtkiKkPkkYStktkkL i IShe ought to have said it through the telephone No 33 icalled in person and talked on the subject to i W D LOGSDON When you want good things at low prices hes the mau II to talk withGtf 20 Granulated Jioo v I AWhite12 Pint Cups 15lAll orders taken before to oclock will be delivered before noon IAll orders between 10 and 3 will be delivered afternoon IILogsdons Up= toDate Grocery Store J i IL INNNI el1I1 Y NCI- I t Jj The Citize- nA newspaper for all that Is light true and Interesting rnblUhed every Thuwlay It Beret Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated I Albert Cook Ph D Editor and Mgr Subscription Rates rAYABUI IN ADVANCU e Tnt Iet CU Month a se Tfcrc Month SS end money by Poutoffice or Hapless Money Order Drift Reglitered Letter or one two MBt tamp Toe date after your name on labet show tai wlllt date your sulecrlpllon I paid It It Is not diagred within thret weeks alter renewal otlfy III illnlnr nntnben will M Uilljr supplied If we artt5edHoe itlren for new ubicrtpttoru am4 prompt renewals Send for Premium IIM- Llbera term given to any who obtain new for ua Any one i u foul heatAdvertising Tate on application I MFMIIII or JtHNTCCKV TRESS ASSOCIATION IAS If there were not enough street perils on wheels already a prominent physician advises stout elderly men to go In for roller skating Swlnbourne the English poet who has Just passed till seventieth birth day anniversary la writing a trag edy based on Caesar Borgia Andrew Carnegie has sailed for Eu rope to recover his health thus dem onstrating that although he Is a man ot steel he has not a constitution of iron The California man who sold his Inheritance to a million for 80000 rathrthan wait a couple of years for It i must have needed the money badly f Dr Osler says hope Is one of the best medicines people can have A good thing about such medicine Is that one can hardly take an overdose out A professor at Dorno university Is Mlle Gertrude Woker She Is 26 and passed all her examinations some time ago with great distinction Sho lectures on physics and chemistry The thief who snatched a pocket book and a package of ham from a woman was no seeker after analogy However the pocketbook may have been bne of pigskin Even prosperity has Its disadvan tages A New York policeman has been discharged because a prisoner slipped through an opening and escaped and he was too fat to fol low The outcome of the fund left to the city of Boston by Benjamin Franklin eo long ago which matured last year and was doubled by an endowment from Andrew Carnegie is to be a fine trade school The oldest Alpinist living Is M artussl a schoolmaster of Andermatt who has Just celebrated ills One hundred and first birthday Last summer lie accompanied by several Alpinists made his last climb ascending the Gutech mountain nearly 7000 feet without assistance A trolley line Is to be constructed from Washington to Gettysburg That will facilitate sightseeing and will be an added attraction farvisitors to the national capital The construction of trolley railroads Is one of the remark able Developments of the age and the is that in course of time all the points of special Interest in that quarter and notably the battlefields on which the Army of the Potomac fig ured during the civil war will be brought within easy reach by this means Philadelphia has at last started something orlglpal Prof Stecher director of physical Instruction In theS public scholB has decided that the young women employed as teachers in the summer schools must qualify themselves as baseball umpires and supervise the games of their pupils This will not only Increase respect for the umpire In the rising generation employment fled and remunerative And quite possibly man will be willing to surren der the job- Russian statesmen seem to object to a physical connection between America and Asia as effectively If not as vigorously as British statesmen object to physical connection between Eng- landI and France remarks the Youths Companion The plan to tunnel the English channel so that railroad trains may run from London to Paris has I tbtelY been disproved by the British and bust month the Rus i sian cabinet rejected the proposal made by an American syndicate to dig R railroad tunnel under Bering Strait to provide connection between the Alaskan and the Trana Siberian railways The Bill recently passed by tho Illi policeemere1yanaccused iperson to be held Innocent uri tThJJsprojed guilty It Is generally c hoadoY- s d I L 4 nniitw nr Efirirttrj1- iinlx 11Ull Jt iLh P By WILLIAM H ALLEN Cen Agent N Aisoelttlon for Improving Condition of Poor and Author of Efficient Democracy etc I ITl I bc efficient is more difficult than to be goodrfhe average citizen honestly in favor of what he calls good government does yet understand that there arc an intelligence and an effi ciency as far beyond the reach of mere goodness as is business efficiency beyond tho reach of more good intention To test the goodness of a citizen trustee or public official requires moro than human judgment Efficiency can and should be tested by those who benefit when it is present and suffer when it is looking Efficiency fosters goodness as time clockand cash register foster habits of punctuality and hon esty The goodness that has lasting value to ones fellowman will be greatly increased and more widely distributed efficiency tests are applied to all persons and all agencies that tire trying to make tomorrow bettor than today The most important ingredient of efficiency is desire to know The socialism of intelVgcnco is within easy roach It is probable that whon common intelligence h achieved tho disquieting socialism of capital will have less cogent reasoning to support it The particular kink of intoljigcnco needed by democracy is intelli gence as to government ami not intelligence as to ethics fiction law and business A man maybe a walking dictionary living encyclopaedia bacteria wizard or virtue psqnificd and yet not intelligent as to gororn meld Given 100 socalled best citizens in a church parlor and 100 frequent era of a Bowery saloon and it would be a rash man who would feel sure that tho average intelligence its to government its needs its justice iU methods was higher in the parlor than in the saloon In nearly all lines jot business in housekeeping in certain branches of hospital school and church work it is already realized that good service means efficient service that an honest man who is inefficient can do more to defeat tho purpose for which he is employed than a dishonest man com polled by intelligent supervision to render efficient service So tar as this principle is accepted efficiency tests are substituted for goodness tests Where standards of administration are unsatisfactory where taxes are top high and buy too little whore schools waste taxpayers money pupils time and democracys opportunity where results of religious work are disappointing where hospitals regularly incur deficits where crime is neither controlled nor understood where civic and educational leaders make futile protests against political corruption where good intention is permitted to cover a multitude of administrative tins whore clmrify in jams those it aims to help efficiency tests will be found lucking 1r1h1L11 U 11r 111- itf ntiabili1y I By PROF CHARLES ZUEBLIN Unlvenlty of Chicago Sociability is life and the lack of it is death Lack of sociability which really mtuu fellowship or the touch of nature that makes the whole world kin lends to exclusiveness and wo all know that exclusive ness moons cloftmernCu decay and death for the type and ultimately for the race The testimony of the rich is conclusive on this point They become exclusive because of their wealth and we have the testimony of the great est of the worlds millionaires that material wealth alone is not satisfying Extreme wealth and extreme poverty arc the greatest orils in tho beingitselfit should be the first care of society otherwise the statelo aid nature in abolishing the vacuum of great wealth as well as the vacuum of great povertyIt is one of the appalling evils of our great commonwealth that our method of adjusting the relations of poverty and wealth is so conscpictious a failure that it has fallen below tho standards of the aborigines being inferior to that of the red Indians Society through its organized form the state should see to it that the material and spiritual wants of all are reasonably satisfied We could breed a vastly better human race if there were public institutions to make easier the social meetings of young persons of the two sexes with tho inevitable consequence matrimony Our blind oxdusive nesa militates against the eoeiologicnl idea of investing Cupid with roles of state Extension of the state institutional idea to tho domain of mar riage promotion would be one of tho greatest reforms known to mankind and its realization appears to be an inevitable outcome of social evolution A state institution of this kind would aid in restoring natures equili brium by bringing together the extremely rich cold the extremely poor or at least giving them an opportunity for sociability No lumen trait in the world exceeds in excellence and pleasurable possibilities the traitor gift of sociabilityeIf like Santa Claus sociability could be infinitely multiplied as a godlike personality then pushed through chimneys into countless millions of homes and compelled to remain a guest in each family for months at A time tho world and the human race would be made infinitely better Iii 1Btlubtt rttltt walkr By REV W M MORRISON Author of Grammar and Dictionary of the Bulubi- Lului Language as Spoken in the Upper Kasai and Congo Bailn Africa r Although the Bulaba Lulyn Jangatigo is remarkably rich in sofoe directions it shows a no less remarkable paucity of terms in other direc tions For example there is no word for the of living creaturestho in definite muuna child is used for all alike There is no single word for brother sister or motherinlaw The native recognizes only three distinct colors red white and black there is nothing for green or yellow or mauve or saffronpink The verb dilu is made to do service for cry bawl bleat squeal sing roar preach croak argue bray lecture or tickn8 a watch There arc no prpnotms indicating sex Tharo is no satisfactory word for love The same Lord which the native uses for Gods love he must also use to express Ills liking for salt or hisxprofercncc for a certain hind of blanket Sometimes one fairly pries out in agony for a word to r of theetrong English terras likeyought duty must obligation p1accsolIeII i HAMPEREDBYTARIFF PROOF THAT INDUSTRIAL INDUS TRIES DO NOT NEED REVISION Witness an Output of 15000000000 From Our Mills and factories In 1906 and More Than 700000000 Worth of American Manufactures Sold Abroad A coterie of Massachusetts Republican congressmen have been endeav cuing to get a Republican caucus to declare in favor ot tariff revision by an extra session of congress In the spring cr summer of 1907 But they have failed to Interest any consider ablo number of their party friends In their chamber in this Idea Instead of securing a majority of the Republi cans of the house to sign their peti tion for a caucus they have not got a twentieth of them They pretend to be still hopeful but Jt Is easy to see that they cannot get a support for their project which will give It any standing In a Republican congress Some of those immediate revisionists Intimate that It they had boKun their proselyting work six months oarllor they would have obtained an expres sion of the house caucus at the open ing of the present session which would have sent a revision bill top the president before tho term ends This Is a wild notion In the three months to which the short session Is restricted there Is not enough time for such Important legislation outside of the 14 regular money bills of the government and the other routine matters which are transacted In every session There would have been not the slight est chanco In this session for the en actment of any new legislation which would provoke anything like the protracted discussion that a tariff revi slon bill would be sure to call out Nor Is there tho faintest chanco that any tariff revising will be done In the congress which was elected In 1906 and which will come Into official exist ence on March 4 There will be no extra session of that congress All the Republican leaders froth Proficient Roosevolt downward are against any tariff tinkering previous to the prod dential election tit 1908 Nothing but a pressing demand In which a ergo majority of tM people are Interested over Justifies the calling of eonRr sin an extra steins Thorn Is HO popular demand for tar Iff revision either In 1907 or In 1908 Tho country is more prosperous than It ever has been In the past All the great Interests are busier than over before The output of Iron nnd steel those days la passing all former fig urea Our foreign trade for the cal endar year 1900 passed the 3000000 000 mark We lead England in the extent of our exports and England led the world until we got ahead of her Our Imports and our exports are breaking all our records Our domestic commerce Is harder to com pule It eludes our statisticians Us ually however It Is estimated to bo about ten times as great as our foreign commerce For tho calendar year 1906 the home trade ot the United States roust have been in the neigh borhood of 30000000000 One of the Massachusetts Republi can congressmen who Is asking the extra session to revise tho tariff says Our manufacturers are hampered by the present duties on many products and demand tariff changes None of the figures which are available will bear out this view The value of the products of the mills and factories of the country was 15000000000 for tho calendar year 1906 as compared with 13000000000 In 1900 and 9000000 000 In 1E90 In tho 20 years sinew 188G while the population of tho country has been growing about 44 per cent the value of tho output of the countrys factories and mills has been Increasing more than 100 per cent And we are selling more of our fabrics abroad than we did a few years ago In the calendar year 190G the exports of our factories amounted to over 700000000 This Is much more than three times the exportation of manufactured goods ten years ago In the decade In which the countrys pop ulatlon has grown about 22 per cent its sales of manufactured goods abroad have expanded over 200 per cent Moreover the exports of manufac tures are growing taster than are those of any other class of srtlolcK While the manufactures exports amounted to 26 per cent ot tho coun trys aggregate exports of all sorts of goods In 1S96 they amounted to over 40 per cent of the aggregate snip meats In 1906 These facts show that our factories arc not cramped In any dangerous way by tho present tariff schedules They also show why there Is no popular demand for tariff revi sion by the Incoming congress either In extra or regular sesslonSt Louis lobeDemocrat Very Much Past Th American Jlevlprocal Tariff league of Chicago la sending out strong argu ments In favor of reciprocal or free trade between notions using a picture of the late President McKinley with tlicno words from him below It The period of eicluMvtr M U put Yauncntown tO Vindicator Past Indeed In the period of cxclu slvcnesa hero Is a nation exporting moro than 1800000000 a year and Importing more than 1400000000 a total In excess of 3200000000 Strong arguments Indeed will be need ed to convince the American people that they want any freer trade than that What they do not want is that by Umpering with the tariff In tho interest of n larger foreign trade we shall taco moro competitive import close up our lullls and factories and out half pinion trade hal lancba I TWO PANIC YEARS Why the Depression of 1873 Was test Injurious Than That of 1893 In his review of a now book treat Ing tho events of the contest between Hayes and Tilden In 1876 Mr Edward Cary says In the New York Tlmos The disastrous panic of 1873 tilt directly to the Inflation of tho cur rency by Irredeemable paper was but three years In tho past arid buslnisi men looked with dread upon the ts cession to power of a party which In three successive presidential election had made direct appeal to tho infla Uonlsts Tho financial catacalysm of 187 enjoys the unique distinction of being tho only panic that has over occurred In a protective tariff period This fact Is stated with duo cognizance of the kindergarten argument that tho panic of 1893 began while tho McKinley tar iff was In operation and therefore could not have been Influenced by till Wilaon Gorman tariff of 1894 By r purity of reasoning there should be no advance In the price of wheat bo fore the cud of October when thresh ing was all over If on the first of July a killing frost or blight had destroyed onehalf of the wheat crop of that year Quotations In the wheat pit do not wait for threshing returns In such circumstances Neither did the producing business of tho country watt for the thrashing time of the Wilson Gorman law of 1894 but took duo no count of the killing frost and blight which canto early In November of 1892 and drew In all linos of Indus trial adventure more than 18 months before the anticipated blow really fell The case was very different In 1873 Tltat panic was directly duo to an ox cess of paper currency of greatly do pleted purchasing power as compared with coin Its sorority was somewhat augmented by the unwise and un calledfor tariff revision downward ot 1S72 when by the act of Juno G a re duction of ten per cent was made In the customs duties on all Importations of cotton wool Iron steel paper rub her glass and loather besides a number of specific change In the tariff and a large addition to tho free list nut tho pnnlo of 1K73 was relatively shortlived In 1874 congress passed an act revising the tariff upward and In March IS7I another revision took place restoring the duties that bid boon out down two year before Rat also iHcroMlm soles of the ditties be yowl the rattw prior to June G 18TI So prosperity WM rwttored by pro cellos after the panto of 1S73 just ai prosperity WM restored by pratoeilofi after the panic of 18M In the first case panic cotHtUtom were Mraowhat aggravated by a downward rvvtaton of the tariff which scat tho govern mont upward of lfO000000 In tllmlc shed revtmttM but this blHndor was quickly rectified and radar Uw leave ence of fully restored pnrtcetton the reaction toward prosperity was prompt and effective Not so in 1893 This panic was al most as exclusively the result of an ticipated tariff revision downward as tho panic of 1871 was the result of currency Inflation Iq consequence the panic of 1893 lasted twice as long and was perhaps ten times more de structive In results In his reply to Gladstone Mr Blaine said of the panic of 1873 Ant strongest of all points the finan cial dlnlrm was rn vd and iroirxritr rMluroJ under protection where the sine effects of penki under free trad leave never Wen rvmovMl except by a resort to protectten Mr Blaine was not permitted to witness the complete verification of this statement In the marvelous re suits attending the restorative protec tion law of 1S97 Eightyfive million prosperous partners In tho firm of Uncle Sam I Co can testify to the absolute truth of the proposition that although as In l678a panic may oc our In a protection period from causes In no way related to protection no panic has ever occurred and none can ever occur which protection cannot cure The Invariable Custom rho Philadelphia Record says Although tho new French tariff bill is general In appearance there Is little concealment of Its aim at trade with the United States Germanys tariff too will chiefly affect the agricultural exports of this country Uut tho al leged difficulty of making tariff con cessions to Germany and Franco Is that like concessions cannot be equita bly denied to Great Britain by far the countrys best customer In this situ ation why not revise tho tariff In the Interest of the American people with out regard to Great Britain Germany or any other country That has been the custom of Republicans In revising tho tariff Tho Dlngloy bill for example was revision In tho Inter est of the American people after a Wilson Gormen Clbveland tariff favorable to foreigners PIttsburg Chron cle A Poor Advisor Grover Cleveland urges Democrat to try tariff reform Tariff reform Is the Issue that will clarify the atmos phere solidify tho friends of cmoo racy and bring victory to the party according to the sago of Princeton ZIr Cleveland save the country a tar Iff measure when ho was president From that day to this congress hat been overwhelmingly Republican Mr Cleveland Is a ix tr aadviser Ills countrymen will never paco this na tlon under free trade rule Free raw materials was his shibboleth and the Democrats who produced free raw ma tonal made short work of the Dom ocrajlo program Dallas Texas Herald TAFT ON TEMPERANCE Strong tiIntoxicating The Defender the New York Prohl bition paper which secured from Gen Fred Grant a remarkable Interview In which the general described himself as u crank In his adherence to total abstinence and hatred of liquor now prints an equally significant coaverna tlon with lion William II Taft see retary of war Secretary Taft U quoted as saying Looking at It In a general way and speaking from an experience In public life covering many years I can only say that to tho active Individual drinking Is unsafe and a hindrance to success To the youth It Is a positive danger and for a doctor to prescribe liquor for any but tho aged Is a real crime For a person who has passed on to tho evening of lICe and Is out of its active duties a little liquor can do no positive harm because he has passed the bahft form ing period and hap no Important duties to perform lint to any man who In actively engaged In responsible work I would with all tho emphasis I pos sees ml vino and urge Leave drink alone absolutely The secretary dt Blared himself a teetotaler Ho tIiIpt sully emphasized tho Importance of abstinence to anyone wbpso occupa Lion takes him from one climate Into another Ho attributed the fearfully j detrimental effect of tho liquor vine upon the American 110Idlery not to the quality of the beverage j so much as to recent change of climate whloh the troops had undergone Ho said that when soldiers somo back from the Philippine Amerflean boor has Just as bad an So It can be readily seen the seers tary proceeded that to him who- changes his residence periodically the affect of drinking alcoholic beverage U more pronounced than on the IndtIvWtts who is permanently one place an effect which 1st all SUM however is disintegrating add jemorttlslHK to the physical mental zed moral Shier of the drinker Tbwj the soldier and his like should be two drinkers for another very importan- tracoonsddak make a man note ana septlble 10 dlewae With hardly an axewptlOR the men who are ItKapacl wted first In the preliminary activities f nay campaign are the tlrlakera The sieve is tote In every effort of life that demands tho best energies of a man Carnegie on Drink Mr Cftmeete in his book The Km pint of UnetaeM says The first meet sedttetlre pall and Ute destroy er of most young men k the drtnteg ot liquor I say to you that you irt more likely to fall in your oareer from acquiring the habit of drinking liquor than from any or all tho other tempta Dons likely to ofiKoll you You may yield to almost any other temptation ud reform may brace up und If not recover lost ground at leaat re main In tho taco and secure and maintain a respectable position lint from the insane thirst for liquor M capo Is almost impossible I have known but few exceptions to the rule J Hid to Give Up His Wine A Frenchman In South America a maker of wino became a seeker of religion at the mission services lit could had no light Ho could not even pray for It Something kept saying to him What about your wlnoT What about your wine Mr wine Is all right bo would reply It la good puro wino there is noth ing the matter with It But lie could not gain tho peace ho sought until Ito took an ax knocked In the heads of his wino casks and let the wino run out The moment ho did tills his tongue was loosened ho began to pray and quiet took possession ot his own soul Think of It There were 1538009000 worth of whisky wines beer tea and coffee drunk In tho year 1905 Estimating whisky at U wines U leer 1 and tea and toffee at 25 cents per gallon there would bo 1901500000 gallons or enough If all runttogethtr to mdko a stream 6 feet deep 30 feet wldo and 378 miles long with enough people at 1U mouth to drink a little over a mllo a day This Is for America alone Think of the groat host of drinkers It takes to consume this intoxicating stream of mixtures that steadily flows from the distillers of this country Due to Drink The report ot the minister of Justlro as to the penitentiaries ot Canada has recently been Issued for the year end Ing Juno 30 1900 During the year for which tho report covers the number of prisoners in the penitentiaries was 1439 Of these only 197 wtro classed as abstainer and 1242 asIdrinkers Of tho drinkers 545 given as intemperate Inhuman Father Thomas King wad fined In a London liollao court tho other drv for tailing his baby to a pawnshop sad trying to pawn It for 50 cents wherewith to buy gin A Kentucky Victory Clay count Kentucky has recent ly voted the barrooms out by IiIDa jorlty of about 1000 Out of Ken tuckyU 111 counties95 ate now under ocnl option n I = HORTICULTUREGRAPE r Girdling the Vines Enlarges Fruit but Injures the Flavor t In reference to the grapes hero shown which worn grown In hitch field county Conn was very careful lu snake plopthat ho dooa not ordinarily believe In girdling rapes It causes the fruit to grow much beyond Its natural size but the quality Is never Improved and Is usu Girdled Grapes Injured My New Rngland nome loud In tho Mine paper Irof Out ley writns of tho last time to trim Crape vine as follows Tho bent Unto to trim grapes Is oarly winter Day can than be select lid that aru mild and the ground dry It eon bo dune at any time before the vine Hart In the prlHR If trimmed after the sap Starts they may run or bleed idly Do wH bowevor omit the trtromlDi It the work hM been left M late an fib Mrplae wood loft on the tluo would do far mota damage than the bleeding tram one years trimming When don la early winter tk vine should tv cut tree from the tr+ilia totting It all to UM BttNOMl or as near It us It will This U to prvvrat the urweMng of the vine or train by show when lts ttlM If It bonHI hopiwn to be deep or drift It 8110 protects the vine frost tatrmiic cold IB pleses where there Is tenner froth odd a few brash laW over the Ungird led Grapes vlnfs when trimming add much to thvlr safety Do not use tor this pur pose anything like straw or manure that may attract mice Very early In the spring before work is hurrying tho vines can be taken up and again lied to the trellis As to general care eul tlvatlqn and fertUUlng what will grow corn will grow grapes Orchard and Garden Harnyanl manure with some form of K tash makus tho beet peach orchard fertilizer Any how however cold It Is It is advisable to brook the ground us early aa It Is In the right condition such soil will warm up and dry out earlier lima beans may all bo planted at once for It rains and cultivation aro sight they continue blooming and bear Ing until frost unless allowed to ripen eeed freely An acre of peach trees will In ten years uso 40 pounds of nitrogen 12C I pounds otash 300 pounds phosphoric acid und 370 pouunds limo This rails for rood culture and fertilizing Lettaco and radishes are not allowed to seed UB the space they require In worth more than the seed will cost now and fresh any varieties desired For a small garden tho garden plow with the attachments Is the best way of nil to cultivate with Handy efficient not dlfllcult where soil Is In good condition and speedy It Is the tool or tools as there are several of them to tine jPrune Carefully 1 tiro seldom pruned carefully enough tho first year and lout willowy branches which bend to the ground with tho first load ot fruit Is tho roault Too many secund class trees are set limo growers falling to rcr110 that a poor true Is dear at any price Have Good Seeds Have good seed sow or drop the seed as directions give hut perhaps It IB well to plant n little thicker than directions give this for a small gar lion for they may easily be thinned wjille If too thin thoro will bo vacant spots to produce weeds SPRAYING FOR APPLE SCAB Prof Emerson of Nebraska Experl ment Station Tells of Work Done In some spraying tests against op plo scab carried on on tho Nebraska exjiorlmuut station the varieties of ap plea mod wore Sweet June Wlnesap Maiden Blush Jonathan and Halln Janet Hordoau was tho solution usedThe first two varieties named wore young trees five and eight years old respectively The other varieties were old trees Tho Maiden Bush and YVIuosap were sprayed only once May 23 for the former and May 27 for the latter In both cases after time blossoms had fallen and In case of tho Wlnesap even attar the calyx lobes hind closed The Sweet June Jona than and Italia Genet wore sprayed at different times The prevalence of scab on the sprayed and nail unsprayed trees vas first determined approximately by simply examining from 100 to 200 fmlU Par tree Later when the ap plea wore picked all the fruits except In case of Jonathan wore examined and the amount of scab on different trees determined morn accurately In the records of the teats given two or throe facts stand out with ape cial prominence Tho unsprayed fruit was very scabby running from about SO per cent In macro of Jonathan to SO per cunt with Wlneeup Tao first spraying April 16 and 27 when tho leaf buds wore Jut opening at forded no protection to tho fruit Trees sprayed late In April and not sprayed afterwards had fully as scabby fruit as unsprayed true The third spraying May 29 and 28 gave very good results Wlnesap tress sprayed only once late In May showed only about IS per cent of scabby fruit as against 80 per cent for unsprayed ttooe and Malden Hlush only four lIar cent of scab on sprayed as against OC tar cont on unsprayed trees The second spraying May 7 and 9 whllo beneficial In practically all OOMM was not quite so effective in euntnyilng seab an the later spraying Time beat roaulUt followed two spray IngH one early and oae late in May This Is well shown In ease of Sweet June where an vneprayed tree Mad 71 per eeL of eeak one prayed May 9 40 per seaL one rtprtywl May 28 10 pier cent awl another sprayed on both May 9 sad IS only tour per cent Some of tho apples notably Jona than were Injured ooMMentvly ky the spraying of May S3 The fruit was badly naiad oa one aide In the worst eases Ute Injury took time tons of one shletl development of the fruits ttettter the Injury was due to an overdose of the spray to Improperly made bordMux to tile green armenoW seed with Uw bardennx or to tko ex Irvine i md raww of the Jonathan fttrita I ant unable to eay PLANTING A RARE GRAPEVINE Car Will Be Rewarded by Vigorous Fruitful Vines When I have a grapevine I think moro ot than any outer variety I al ways give It the lest sunniest spot I have In garden or fold as far as pos sible from all trees If you want line largo bunches of fruit says a writer In Hural New Yorker First I dig off all tho surface soil for a space from two to three feet each way according to size of vine roots then I dig out tho subsoil at least two foot deep JIll up tbo hole with good rich surface soil mixed with a little fine well rotted manure within eight or ten Inches of time surface setting I he vine not more than ten or 12 inches deep It dry wet tho roots well put on top of roots at least six Inches of good soil then finish Vlth three or four rPlan of Pruning and Training Inches of subsoil This will help keep down the weeds and form roots downward floe around the vine lightly un til vino gets well started I have set ninny vines during my life and nevor known one to die I am a firm bejlov or that growing grapevines have some faculty or way of seeing To test this I have sot vines at both sides of fence and in fact on all sides at least 20 feet away yet all the vines would grow forward and try to reach the tree or fence and would If lot alone I do not call this Instinct You can not grow fine bunches of grapes In shade Tho picture shows bow I train tho vines Tho vines nre put ten feet apart We use three wires to start with but when tho vine grows large enough remove the lower wire Dont Crowd When thinning do not be afraid of getting too thin more rows are spoiled by containing overcrowded plants than whore they are too thin Really the size to which a bean vine bunch or tomato will grow when not crowd ed Is almost unbelievable to those that noveV saw one grow this way For Succession Aftor tho places arc marked off fqr the various seed dont playa but n third of the bunch beans peas and com at n time In n week plant some more In another week the ladt third do radishes the same watt thus there will be a succession JJ tender vegetables Lay tho places for secdoft In yawn mark with stakes and a string ai wire so they will be straight 0 THE PASSOVER Sunday School Leuon lor June 91901 Specially Prepared fir This Paper LESSON TKXTEiodUi 122110 Mem OrT rents K 1- 7UOUllBN TJIXTWhen I see the blood I will pass over youExodus 1211 NBW TR8TAMBNT IlKFEnBNCBS New Testament references to passover John 129 688 1 Cor tGe Heb 914 118 1 Peter 111 IS- TIMK The plagues lasted nine or ten months from June to the following April The Passover our BBlrr time was the full moon of the tint month of the He brew sacred year Ablb or Nlnan corresponding to tile last of March and the lint of April The year Umber was It C 1491 or about 1300 according to other IrofpMor Trice makes It 1J78 1IACEThe meetlnpi of Stoics with Pharaoh were at the capital Juan Tan ta or Memplil The Passover was Db served In the land of Goshen In northeastern Kffypt TIIK PHAIIAOII was probably Inepb tah son of the powerful monarch Itame see it The monuments of Egypt refer lo the death of a son of Meneptah and omlhfliM uprisings In M76 B C Comment and Suggestive Thought Tlie Illblo records fewer miracles than most men think They are grouped In three great periods each a critical epoch especially requiring dlvlno Interposition the times of Moses when time nation was to be de livered from bondage the times of Hlljali when the authority of the propliQtlc order was to be established and the liberty of the people defended against the kings the times of Christ when the world was to be redeemed We study In this lesson the first of those periods of miracles The First Triad of PlaguesEx 714 19 Tha plagues group them selves In threes gradually Increasing In severity for God gave Pharaoh every chance to repent The first triad aro plagues of loathsomeness not Inflicting actual pain or Injury to life Water into blood frogs and lice The Second Triad of Plagues Ex 8 M 912 In this group of plagues the property of the Egyptians Is In volved as well as their persons time land of Goshen where the Hebrews dwelt Is pointedly exempted from the rlgltntkms and Moses no longer makes use of tho rod as If to show that no manic virtue resides in that pleco of wood Flies murrain and boilsThe Third Triad of PlaguesEx 913 IS10 In this series of plagues a new Insect of awfuineng now ap sari In the drcuqwtanee that the physical agency in no longer of local origination from within tho land but cornea from the general system of the world as If there now had been an In vasion of Egypt on the part of the un seen universe beyond It The rod Is new resumed Macgregor Hall lo oust and darkness follow In ominous succession The Last Plague Death of the First born Kxoclus 11 Iaraoh and his people had been given every opportu nity to repent Even the divine pa tience had ceased to endure their hard and cruel and deceitful hearts Tho final and decisive plague was announc ed and described with accuracy but before Its actual Infliction several days elapsed that the peoplo of Israel might be prepared for the exodus One important stop was the asking not borrowing see U V of Jewels the most easily carried form of wealth from the Egyptians It was only right that tho Hebrews should have a little return for their long seivlces and what their masters gave them was far loss than their due The Institution of the Passover Ex 12122 4360 While the Israel ites protected by tho effect of the plagues making preparations for their tie tutu they were also pro paring for a great and beautiful cere ninny ordained by God which should at tho same time arouse their religi ous feeling and bind them together more firmly as a nation It extended from the fourteenth to the twentyfirst day of the month Ablb afterwards called Xlsan corresponding nearly to tho last half of March and the first half of April Hebrew months began with tho new moon BO that the Pass over came always at the time best for traveling the time of full moon The religious year began at this time the civil year began with the month Tlsrl Including the last of September and tho first of October Tho Passover feast remains to this day an enduring memorial of the exodus Inexplicable except as the corn momorutlon of a historical fact and testifying by its namo to tho nature of the fact commemorated Kawlln son Taken up Into the Lords Sup ier It la celebrated all over the world wherever Christians as well us Jews are found Tho awful stroke fell at midnight and Immediately the entire land was filled with bitter anguish and with terror Pharaoh whose own boy lay dead tho heir to his throne could nut wait for morning but sent In the night praying tho Hebrews to be gone and making no conditions Lesson of the Passover If the lesson ot tho plagues Is a mighty warning that of the PUssoVer Iri an abiding comfort and confidence God It teaches us Is round about hla pttoplo and no harm can b inll those that trust in hint One of tho must wonderful proofs of Christianity Is the exact parallelism between this crowning event of the Old Testament time Passover arid tho crowning event of time Nov ToJtamenti the sacrifice upon Calvary of tho Lamb of God In tho blackness of midnight while sin was nt Its highest onlsodled with out blemish and no bono was broken FINDS DEAD BODY IN A TRUNK NEW YORK LANDLADY MAKES A GREW OME DISCOVERY Murdered Men an Armenian Clergy manSuffocation Cause of Death Says the Coroner Now York May 27 Murdered by sUffocation by being placed in a trunk when still alive and the lid tightly closed upon him was the fate that befell an Armenian priest sup posed to be Hev Father Casper Isis body was found In a furnished room on the third floor of No 333 West Thirtyseventh street Every available man In the detective bureau and the entire detective force of the West Thirtyseventh street station In the shadow of which the murder was committed Is at work on the case There are several theories on which the police are working The most promising of these Is that the priest was killed for the purpose ot robbery Another which several detectives from the central office are following Is that the priest was a victim of a feud which lies existed In the Greek and Armenian churches in Jersey City Two men are suspected of the crime and the police eay that an arrest is probable at any moment Honry Sherrer and his wife Anna occupy the apartment where time crime was discovered The Sherrere have six rooms Mrs Sherrer told the police that two men came to her about three weeks ago and rented a room They were known to her as Paul Bnrkls and John They had the front room for which they paid 3 a week Sarkls Is described as being about 21 year old short and of slight build and of medium complexion with a slight dark mustache He said he was a carpenter John Is about 36 years old weighs about 135 pounds has dark lair and IB smoothly shaven He was employed in a restaurant Mrs Sherrer said the priest went to the house to visit the men three times to her knowledge The last time he was seen was Wednesday morning at 8oclock He stayed In the house overnight twice sleeping In a small rosin oft the one occupied by the two men Wednesday morning ho left the house accompanied by Barkis In the afternoon two men delivered a trunk to the house One said he was an exprsuwnan and the other told Mrs Sherrer his name was Sarklt although he was not the Barkis whom she knew They placed tile trunk In the front room Mrs Sherrer said alto noticed It was heavy and that the mOil bed difficulty In carrying It up the Males John and Paul Sarkls returned to the house in the evening Mrs Sherror sold and after writing some letters In the kitchen told her there was some mistake about the trunk that the wrong one had been delivered TIIsnld they would take It away but an they had not paid for their room for the week she said they could not take It out That night they ills appeared and they have not been seen lu the neighborhood since PEACEFULLY AND GRADUALLY Mrs McKinley Passes to Her Death Without a Struggle Cantcn 0 May 27Mrs William McKinley died at 105 oclock Sunday afternoon Time transition from life to death wits so peaceful and gradual that It was with difficulty that tho vigilant physicians and attendants noted when disolutlon came There was no struggle no pain Mrs McKinley never knew of the ef forts made for two days to prolong her life nor of the solicitous hope against hope of her sister and other relatives and friends for recovery At the McKinley home when death came there were present Secretary Cortelyou Mr and Mrs M C Barber Mrs Sarah Duncan Mrs Luther Day Justice and Mrs William R Day Drs Iortman and Illxey and the nurses The body of Mrs McKinley will be placed In the vault in West Lawn cemetery which holds the remains of her husband until the completion of the National mausoleum on Monument bill when both caskets will be trans ferred to receptacles in that tomb Snake In Box Sent the Teacher IWakefleld Miss May 27When Miss Mary Kelley a teacher In one of the schools here opened what she sup posed was a box of chocolates that a young man had left at the door for her a big blacksnako darted out Miss Kel IcY fell In a swoon and It is feared she will die oftho firlght Tho police think they know who Is responsible suspect ing a woman and promise arrests in a day or two Five Badly Hurt El Paso Tex May 27Flve persons were seriously one probably totally Injured in a collision between two street cars on Boulevard avenue Both cars were almost demolished Boy Lest In a Swamp Solway Minn May 27 ThoS year old son of John Shopherd living east of hero has been lost In the swamp near hero since Friday noon and no tact has been found of him It Is feared that the child line been killed by wild boasts Head Crushed While Asleep Now York May 27 =Becase his son would not become a coffee roaster like hlmsolf but Insisted upon studying foe calling AntonIA Zlzza II charged with having heotflir the boy to death while asleep is3 Berea College I4 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Place the BIST BDUOATIOX la rwk ofaIL Onf IS Instructing 117 ardent torn X7 atataft Urge t eeilge library to feHtutlry M ULttNS A teacher fe each grade sad trdl aaaaa sxHat fteoarelass that each arfcdeat eaa be ekeed wits ethan Hke UaaaaV rkete ka caa stake BaoBttapU prefreaa Which Department Will You Entry TO MODEL SCHOOLS for tbealeast adwaaed SMMkatwa library and general advantages M for racr advaseed sladiets Akfeb DrarMySingingBent etl Free text bookL- TRADECOUkSES for any wbe kar inLkd 111k pad Ina MaaactPziMingLees and Earft ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE a yearn get lbwb kav terisrChoice ef Studies u ttnl ki this county as that a ye- BlU g may secure a diploso M Alrln1h1n sad s JHome Scieace ACADEMY COMMERCIAL years eta It for bukes Baap- art of this course as fall and mater terms M very ptNsbl SamJ extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY hM MWM sad few ysrnaesaar with Latin German Algebra History Scfoaa attv titer for lkf COLLEGIATE four years Literary 1eItiatata aid Claiaiaal I l u with use of laboratories deatiic ap sad all asdata aotk ads The highest educatiosal fIardLNORMAL three and fouryear ecwMa it for aaa pralaaalaa a4 torching First year parallel te Ida grade Medal SoliaWeaone to get a firitclau certificate FallawtBg yean wrater sad spring terms give the iaformatiea avltvre aad tratelag aecceeary fiai k true teacher aad cover braackea necewiry for Slate eertiAcate MUSIC Singing free Reed Orgaa Vatee Culture Pisa Theory Band may be take u aa estea k easetiat with say course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days I Berea College iaot a meaeysaaldag lewtkvtiea All tie sereceived from students U paid out for tbltaelt sad tke Scklexpends oa an average upon eacb itvdeat about fifty duNart a yew more than be pays in This great deficit k made vp by the tits ml IYslitOUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regultioni te protect tho character and reputation of the young people Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and For 1 any who may be tick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra chargeAll except thoM with parents ia Berea lire la allege 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 wia ter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn aa much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment to aa to Sara from 10 hits ta one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES far aletkimg lamdry paatag books ise wail with different people Berea fame nlaia eletkkf Our cRaaN U the best but aa atudeata cauit attead clan recanlleea ef tJa4 weather warm wraps and uadercltkiag a sbrellas aad venkee ark accessary The Ca aaratlva here fmraiakea books teUet artisleap work uniforms tuakrellai sad Sitar meceaaary articles at east LiTtag EzMatea are really below coat The College talcs ae Teat fer the fine buildings ia which aUdeaki live charriaf tkdyahroeaa rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and 1 and towela For table board witkeat oafee er axtru 1JK a week ia the fall and 150 ia winter For reel fanaieked Sal lilt aalljlug of bedding 40 seats a week ia fall and spring Ie cent ia wialer 1returnservices of teachers our iaatntotlea a Fet for most student it 500 a term 400 ia lewW Model Se1teell 600 ia courses with Latin ad 700 ia Collegiate eaartM- PayaMat aiatt U k aJTaaca iaciieatal fit and roes neat ky tbs lerm board by the month lBitallaat are M fellows Fir Wkttr Ttna U weeksFirst day 1791 ketldei 1 ae posit 28th yO ICtk Lay HOO total H If Mid aUlaCadvance 28IFee SpriIC Tern 10 weelaJFirrt day t14oI161y 940 i 56th day 270 total 2150 If paid all ia adraaaa fat00 i The tire teou together paW for im adraaea a4 a tMhietiea al 1280 making only 4900 Longer Wiatar Tarn 11tMbFint day IHM iaga600 16th day 800 64th Jay t48wl 8 Uw 1anadvance 5700FRefaaatag S4+tdeetaeWd ta ileaw fefereeiai etiana raeaiTa i back all they have advanced ea board aad roes amept that ae allow 4 ance ia made for aay nttiem ef a reek aida fef aaata ia charged for leaving tJMariiqMll aae ifVr coat for leavfij a rMIfla term timed Then it ao refuadiag ef iaaidaatal fee It Pan te Stay Wkem yea have lautde year fetliraeyead ors well started in school it pays ta shy a bag at potalble- Tl I Fiwt Day af wimter Jtm it Jaaaary fIN t Far iafematiaR ar friaadly advise write U the Besntary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY That Premium Knife I fbikesj The Knife arid TheGliiiBVforOiieDoHar TlmtbriDKB em a ubscriptoMiairUie T time See full premium i I1J11lQ page 7i fJ i ITHE SCHOOL I Problems of the District School ray 1rof lllnunore Part 3Praetleal Teaching 2 Occupation for Youngest Pupils Ono of tbo difficult problems into know how io keep the little ones pleasantly and profitably occupied while the numerous classes rfbovo thorn are being beard In the Daily Progran suggested in our issue of May Oth on page six such general terms as busy work and copying are used Lest young teachers shouh find thorn more puzzling than helpful the following directions are offered For busy work lot the teacher be supplied with somo simple materials such as grains of corn wooden toothpicks circular bits of paper of different colors spools etc Give each child a few toothpicks and grains of corn Ask them tb build two pens so many rails high and put two pigs in each pen then find how many pigs are in both pens build three pens rand put three pigs in each pen and find how many in all and BO on varying tho arrangement by the kinds of pen number of pigs in each and driving some from one pen to another The children will verysoon by thoir own ingenuity find plenty of variations Tho circular bits of paper may be strung into festoons with a needle and thread putting so many red so many white and so many blue ones toe gether Whatever tho colors and whatever the order it should bo dono ex actly as preeoribodso that in addition to counting accuracy will be learned Tho spools in a similar way may be used for counting adding sub tracking multiplying and dividing thus if you have twelvaispools end divide thom among four boys how many will each get r How many times four in twelve T How many times three in twelve and so ou Black and white buttons or black and white melon seeds will answer for sheep while smaller seeds may be used for chickens If the teacher will suggest a few the children will think of many others A half a minutes- instructions will keep them going while a class is being heard Lot it be remembered that every great teacher of primary pupils uses such simple material as tho above and keeps constantly thinking of now ways as oc casion domanflfl 3 Use of LessonPeriod It is feared that many teachers especially those who are young in experience do not fully realize tho importance of the lessonperiod recitation of the lesson after it is supposee to be learned Too often it is n mere reciting of what has been committed for tho pur pose without any adequate idea of the real meaning or of its connection with thou lives It should not be so much a reciting as an analyzing comparing weighing collecting adapting stating and assimilating When the lesson is ooiupleted the knowledge it contains should be the pupils knowledge ready for use at anytime and the sooner they have an oppor tunity to use it the better During the study period the children are gathering knowledge with out much idea of its value They are like children gathering flowers in an open field They aro attracted by the bright and gaudy They have not the judgment to discriminate between good and the best If they r come to a beautiful rose and prick their fingers on its thorn they turn away in disgust Finally they come in arms laden with the good the bad and tho indifferqnt in a miscellanoua heap and pile them down at the teachers feet Now comes the time for real value The wise intructor first separates the mass then he selects the different kinds putting each kind in a bunch to itself the worthless ones are aside the chidren keep up a running fire of comment and questioning telling where they got this and asking about that The teacher replies to their questions hens their comments and gives them bits of information that they t could not have discovered alone An unusually fine specimen appears and a bright boy odes out I found that one It was away up on a sharp ledge and thorn were thorns and briars in the way The others said they wouldnt climb up there for it but I did and got it The teacher com mends his efforts and shares in his enthusiasm The boy feels well repaid and disregards bruises and scratches Others are silently vowing that they will not hesitate when opportunity offers again Continued Nest Week ITHE FARM I Horse Talk lly Tim t One of the most important things on the farm is the care of the work t team I It is highly necessary to conserve the strength and energy of the team if it is to prove efficient throughout tho long and trying season of seedtime and harvest Carrots should be fed to horses in the spring as they have the most beneficial offset Ii Tho work horsss will do more and harder work on ground feed fed on j cut hay than with oats and long hay With a good grain ration a work horse should not havo all tho hay he can oat no will give better and more efficient service on a small amount ofhaySugar beots and apples should also be given occasionally A whole sod given in tho stall once each week will be eaten roots and v all This is most valuable to sweeten tho stomach Give it now after along winder of dry and heating foods I Once each weekevery horse should have a big warrif wellsteamed bran mash combined with a pint of flaxseed jelly and one pmt to one quart of molasses j Few farmers realize tho real value of mules MTheywill do as much work as horses on less food they livo longer and can be kept sound more easily A mule will never eat or drink when ho is heated nor run away in a 4blindpanic like a horse I If a mule is properly trained when a youngster he will not kick and and howill always respond to kindness and good common sense treatment Why not raise mules on the farm f A good pair of mules when three years old will bring from 100 to 5pOO Farm Journal oooo+o Oo++ooo+ 10+o+o+o+o+o+oo+o+o+P+ I If You Are Looking For + L Bargains i I You must Not Pass This Store fF o 0 t Anice line ofDry Goods Ladies Collars Gloves tr o etc at Bargain Prices ti In Mens Goods We have the best line of Dress and Work oJ + Shirts Overalls Gloves Suspenders Underwear Halfhose l2 Hats Collars Ties etc Also some Extra Values in o 1 t 1 I SuitsoJ J o We sell Groceries Tinware and Queensware and o + pay top prices for Produce 01 5 Yours for Busin- essMoves 5- I Cash Store I it I1 Berea Ky o+o+o+o+oo+040+o+04040+o +o+o+o+o+bJoo +O+O+040 +O +O+D- i l i- it L 11 v MRS MoKINLEY DEAD Widow of Late Martyred President Passes Away et Canton Canton Ohio May nMrs William McKlnloy died at 105 oclock Sunday afternoon Ida Saxton McKInley was born In Canton Juno 8 1847 James A Sax ton her fathor was an Intellectual and progressive business man and banker his wife a lady of extraordinary culture and refinement Ida Saxton was reared In a homo of comfort and case After attending Canton schools she was a pupil at a private school at Delhi N Y Later she wont to a Cleveland academy and finished her education at Brook Hall seminary Media Pa where sho spent throe yeare Part of tho years of her young womanhood were spent In tho Stark county bank which belonged to her father On several occasions she had charge of the Institution While she taught Sunday school in tho Presbyterian church young Lawyer William McKinley was suporlnten dent of the First Methodist Eplscopa Sunday school Among many admirers and suitors tho handsome ytyinj soldier who had been with Grant and Sheridan and won distinction In the Shenandoah valley was tho favored oneBy James Saxton her father those words were spoken to McKlnloy when tho hand of the daughter was gained You are the only man I have over met to whom I would entrust my daughter On Jan 35 1871 William McKinley and Ida Saxton wore united In marriage THE PRESIDENTS SYMPATHY IMr Roosevelt Will Attend the Funeral- of Mrs McKinley Washington May 27 President Roosevelt will kayo tomorrow night for Canton to attend tho funeral of Mrs McKinley Ho will bo accompanied on his trip to Canton by Sec Root Garfield and Wilson Admiral Rlxey surgeon general of the navy who attended Mrs McKinley when she was In Washington and Sea rotary Loeb Secretary Cortelyou who was President McKlnleya private sec retory and Associate Justice Day of the supreme court of the United States kayo been In Canton for sev eral days After attending the funeral on Wednesday President Roosevelt will go to Indianapolis whore he will deliver an address on Decoration day at the un veiling of the monument erected to the memory of Major General Henry W Lawton who was killed In battle In the Philippine Islands From In dianapolis ho goes to Lansing Mich whore ho will deliver an address on May 31 at tho celebration of the fif tieth anniversary of tho founding of the Michigan agricultural colloge DURNED TO WATERS EDGE Lake Steamer Naomi Destroyed and Five Persons Cremated Grand Rapids Mich May 2Four coalpassers were burned to death and ono passenger J M Rhoades of Detroit was fatally burned when tho Crosby lino steamer Naomi from Grand Haven to Milwaukee was burn to the waters edge In the middle of Lako Michigan Fifty passengers and all of tho crew except the four coal passers were taken oft In small boats by the steamer Kerr which was en route from Milwaukee to Grand Ha ven The loss on tho Naomi which was in tho command of Captain Thos Tralll Is estimated at 225000 Will Make but Three Stops Washington May 24Tho prcsl dent it Is said at the White House will not make more than three stops on his way down tho Mississippi after he leaves Canton on the 30th of September Tho three stops will be St Louts Cairo III and Memphis Tcnn lie will embark at some point in Iowa The trip is to be made with tho in land waterways commission and tho members of the Lakes to tho Quit Deep Waterways association From Memphis bo Is to come direct to Wash ington without stopping anywhero en route Sentenced by Wholesale Guatemala City May 25The court martial which has been in session hero for three days having on trial before It persons charged with complicity In the attempt on tho life of President Cabrera has sentenced to death nIne- teen of the prisoners Popular feelings so high that the carrying out of the sentences is doubtful Suspected of Horrid Crime Now York May 24 Henry Becker wentyono years old of Manhattan was arrested last night on suspicion of having outraged and murdered Amelia tbe fifteenyearold daughter of William Staffeldt a farmer of Elm burst L I The police say that Decker has before been arrested for assault Deadly Slip In Steel Mill Plttsburg May 22Flve men were killed and four fatally Injured last night at the Elza furnaco of tho Jones I LaughUn Steel company Tho ac Idont was directly duo to a slip which immediately resulted In an axe loslon Molten metal was thrown over the men almost cremating them Vindicated by His Countrymen Holsingfore Finland May 24 Judge Svlnhufvud a member of the Young Finn party who was degraded from the bench and driven into exile under the regime of the lato Governor General Bobrikoff was elected president of the first diet of Finland or amltiA under Us view eoniUtuUoa r TO ACT IN UNISON American States Aro Prepared to Present an Unbroken Front aV tho Hague Conference A QUESTION OF ARBITRATION On This Most Vital Punt It Is Expect ed That the Republic of the West ern Hemisphere Will Bo Practically UnitedWashington May 37 Probably not until the doors of the stately Klgbts Hall aro thrown open to the second conference at TIle Hague Jane II next will It be possible to know the exact strength of the American con tlngont among Ute delegates At the first conference only two American states were represented the United States of America and the United States of Mexico If all the republics of tho western hemisphere tan ad vantage of the opportunity to partlcl pate In the proceedings of the second conference that hiss been opened by tile efforts of the American secretary of state there will be no less than twentyone of the governments of the throo Americas represented Including delegations from Cuba Haiti and San toDomingoSome republics will hare no representatives at the conference but It Is Impossible to say even now who will bo the absentees In sow asses economical considerations have orated to prevent certain of the smaller republics from naming delegates though the reason Is not so bluntly stated In the declinations Others are actually at war or la a state of revolu Hon and even anarchy A very few are actually Indifferent to the ap proach of the International gathering which may Involve for them the most momentous questions and completely change their relations with the world powersOn whole however theN has been a generous response from most of the American republics to the oars Invitation to loin In the deliberations of the second conference and It Is certain that the American representa tion will be large It has been anticipated that aO the American delegates will act la unison tblOOnrenlltGe ootne up before the conference the American delegates will agree rn prin ciple It Is equally true that they will differ widely In matters of detail and in respect to the net methods of applying these great principles Touch- Ing the moat generally Important of these propositions and the one which It Is confidently believed will really yield substantial result that looking to a wider extension of the process of settling disputes by arbitration the American delegates will present an unbroken front MUST FACE COURT Charges Against Policy Holders Com mittee Will Be Determined Now York May 11Magistrate House hold George R Scrugham mane agar of the International policy bold orb committee Charts B Stirrup sad 1 F Carrington assistants to Scrag barn for trial In court of general sec ilons on a charge of violating that see tion of the penal code which makes- It conspiracy to obstruct the due pro loss of tho law In a lengthy opinion Magistrate House says he believes the three defendants conspired to obstruct the duo process of the law by changing ballots cast In the recent election for officers of the New York sad Mutual Mo Insurance companies Foul Play Suspected Mt Vernon Ind May 27 Bdwnrd Myers whose body was found In the Wabash river several days ago was murdered according to the verdict of the coroner The man was working on a bargo ot corn and was supposed to have fallen Into the river The coroner found a bad wound on the head which leads to the belief that tho man met with foul play THE MARKETS Current Quotations on Grain and Livestock at Leading Points Indianapolis Grain and Livestock Wheat Wagon 08c No 2 red liCe CornNo2 S8V4a Oats No 2 mixed 43c Hay Clovsr UOO 1800 timothy 100093100 tifflat 1300 1500 Cattle JB50 0 0 00 Hogs GOOC60 Sheep J 00525 Lambs 5007BO At Cincinnati Wheat No 2 red 191 Corn No 2 CCHc Oats No 2 46 0 Cnttloi J475575 Hogs Jl60ecIB Shoop J4000500 Lamba36730 At Chicago WheatrNo 2 red 88c Corn No 3 63c OatsNo2 4lytc Cat tie Steers f4000C60 stockers and feeders 13000525 Hogs 6750 G40 Sheep J42C0C40 Lambs J55007CO Livestock at New York Cattle J4500590 Hogs J8600 710 Sheep J5500CC5 Lambs JCCO 0815 At East Buffalo CattloUOOaG60 Hogs J5500 680 Sheep J3000C75 Lambs JCOO 0825 IWheat at Toledo 1y 89oj caiMSc 108ooaoeoeo0ooeoooeOG S Eighth Kentucky o History o- A o 0 t Tlirllllnir Hlory or the lurt this Ml O hint Itrglmrnt luiik III Din CUM AVar e 00080000000000CHAPTUK XVI II Continued The MUi a part of the 180th Ohio relieved us about noon Wo lreked our smut garrison equipage and stacked arias on tho side of the railroad whew we stayed awaiting the prom Iscd train Miitli until S oclock p m the 21st The night was told and frosty but a good pllo of oW cdar ties furnished us material for good fires The night of tho Slat we slept In Uie stock oars ou a skiing at Crow Creek took breakfast In Stevwnsu and arrived at BrldKoimrt at noon of the tM and reimrteil to Colonel Tty lor Fifteenth Kentucky commanding the post laving no tents we were permitted to occupy a large wareroon and remalued there doing picket dui until near dark the 86th A traIn stopped for us to take ft night ride to our former ramp at ChZU 21000x After much hurry and double quirking with our traps for half a canImined our blood to cool rather sad deuly for our comfort lint moat of us soon gave the guards to under tan that we considered It more comfortable Inside the boxes on the urnln When we returned to our old camp at Chattanooga the but of Ortuher out rfKjuUltloM for MW clothing were promptly fnrnlabed by our quartering ler u we expected all the nonvet rna would be mastered out In a few days These men generally drew new suits complete Call for plckou and duty men w re frequent Oa the Jtth Ueulenant C Park and thirty men were sent south with a drove of beeves We wrrr re ooemsi0adlybyImont and notwithstanding they wore sommandwl by lalelllgat gfntlrmea White officers a few of our Mcriel Ian boys held Ute dusky boys In blue to be rather a dUgraos to our uniform Mid they thought It a hardship tv br x uiHiM to comply with the areas iillllary etiquette sad regulatlns- when beliiK rrlieved to make the eclat salute by prenenitng arm as the new guard marched pct to take their po titlon But they consoled themselves with tilt thoughts of the waning fortunes of the confederacy and their wren bring again free men In a free out try The last day of October the Fourth turpa uiidcr Ueneral Stanley arrived- at Chattanooga Oeneral Hhennons amous Atlanta citizens order was be 1L4 add out Hundreds were daily wing iioih the over tasked rolling stock on the N C being unable to transport them Many of them had to lay over horn In the depot buildings November ant we were ordend by General Steadiaan to go to Itesaca Georgia to relieve the garrison thereto be absent one week Now WII had- oonchtded as our time would be up the Ktk the general should have sent same other regiment and to comply with this unexpected order was even nor tnpleasant than remaining here cad picketing with Ute darkle Colonel Mayhqw sent the author to the adjutant general with a reared that one officer from each eoHi any of the llgbtti be allowed to stay In our camp to nreiiaro rolls and discharge tapers The request was granted and live of leert Including Ute author remain men notable for tats iTOBK CONTINUED E Students Journal I ConUMng Brttty Nofeso Corn log and fjtsl IrUls Trtumphs of BertA Students 1 1IJd Lit Friday May 21th a debatw between W U Hoggs school U Orani mar Sr II and L Droshoors school IJ Grammar Sr I was held In room No TUfcUebato lUisqlved That W01- nanftlt Is desirable Tllo affirm Hire was uphold by Brashonrs school toco Oiler Nancy Taylor and John White The negative by Hoggs school Thomas Uolun Grover Goorgs and Paul ricreall The boys proved by their talk they had been thinking The doolslon was rendered In favor or tile negative After tho debate the winners Indulged In yelling The nf Irmatlvo rushed out very fast but found It raining and had to como bnck n few moments So after slinking hands and a merry time they all salt cjolqlng Tim Tin Vrniil PI Upsilon PI hold her second annual love feast last Friday night In the west room her regular moat lag place Banner nnd pennants rope wntitcd tho dlfforent societies and adorned the walls The tables wqro decorated In green and white tho KO itoty colors Tho menu cards were daintily painted iu conventional de sign Tho menu conelstcd of Bouillon Wafers Plakles Olives Pressed Chl ken Pickled Tonguo SandwIohOB Tomatoes ti In Mayonnaise Bread Sticks lee Cream Cako Punch Coffee Nuts Bonbons Heckles the regular members of tho society there were present a inimbot of our honorary uivmhors and M w Rogers and Ur Hubbell Our preid dent Miss Earl preeldoil Jiwllco being done to the tenet pio toastmistress asked Dr Hiibbull to speak He reamed by congratulating us on being a live surety Mlm Byron fol lowCd with the toast Our Committee 8ho very aptly ospros ed the pains taken by the committee In her cueing sentence Double double toll and trouble Hr burn ami fondant bubble r Cool It with tINt ehUktii iiwnt Then the charm Is flue and IJweouMiss DonsJdsen then toasted our honorary mevaten She told of the I Inspiration we had received from them end MT appreciation of their e oieratloii Our UoliMes was given by MM Putnam In a humorous manlier which surprised people at tho queer hobbles girls have We were then favored with n solo from Mine Arbely Mla Hylton pic lured to UH tM Meal husband Miss Ill k stag haying dlgnlflr thliiRH tiHk Our College for her mibjert Miss icier then Kavo her toast The Ideal gorlety which clearly showed that she lied some thought on tut Ideal of sonic kind Our atlng ended by hands arotii d the table as elMllnjour society sung 1SpMa Mean Ixre Ironot The annunl Love Feast wits hold In Alpha Zeta ball last Friday evening 4 and the tables were filled with snail wlches cakes not coffee iHinch and lee cream Kvery one ate to his hearts content slid a few to their own die comfort In addition to Ute regular members meral guests were present t- After al hud finished the delightful repast lrUibnt Thomson took rbIUI of tits toasts anti iHtroduixI the various speakers of the evening Vinous there were II KtHnard It Huffman cod Jo erde Ibree of the iirmtieri who leave this year Thee ecaltal tltlr put happy experiences with Alpha Eeta and exprnaaed their sorr w on leaving the society Cheers for the threw were gives with a will 11 BhMmaker pre a prophecy t n Itled A ly la Clurlnnall In Isar which was well received Dr Hul lx ll Islied the society and upon request gave a short speech wishing the so lely much success Our two rained ana tbMkrry Hoffman and Dearon- Ivrue gave a German dlatogne that was excruciatltuJy funny liven their ezli the society adjourned wlih- ilngtod slsjgs of Joy and sorrow Vfo Oolta mat The aannpi low feast ot Phi Delta society was MId taM Friday night and wu greatly enjsyed by tie members present Several axmembera were present The proaraw of the evening IlJuAilkeraon and Mr Franrln Clark Mr Young HHke of Phi Deltas past and left sortie very good thoughts nail sug rrmtlotiti with tbe members In his farewell to the society Mr Kellmy spoke of the work of the track team md of Field Day Mr Fulkorson and Mr Clark spoke of the experiences and feelings of debaters Who hapiwn lid to be OB the losing side and handled their subjects as If well acquainted with them In the meeting prcccd lag the fasL the principal topic scum 4 to be The Cup and several iwr sons Including Dr Hubbell Irof larmh Mr Dick Mr Llndaloy and Mr Haft were called upon to tell what they knew about it- AbsentMlpded The Boston lawyer who tried to kiss n stenographer against her will need not have tUned that ho for got he was married Thojivldcnce as to that was elreumltant com tilote Seat of the Trouble Humorists frequently have sad faces but humorists aro not sad because they are humorists They sro humorists because thoy aro sad line nor Is born of anute sympathy Lon don Ungland Sketch Day Files a Common Pest It III a rolstako to euppooa that the socalled Canada soldlurs which In veto lake clUes at this season year are peculiar to tho groat latias 1 Such ephemera or day flies abound In 11 many river valleys They seem to boas numerous along tho Danube In con tale parts of Hungary as thoy are anywhere else In tho world t HENRY LENGFELLNER TINNER Ounce over 1iMt OITlctt 1lionr 1S3 Wnroliout writer Depot tool Hoofing Cheaper Than Ever Saves Trough loss titan Old Price L r t STILL LIVE FOR US Funeral March for Heroic Dead Has Meaning Beyond Mere Honor to the Fallen VERY year In Ute full tide of E tprloc at the height of the sjrw pboay of flower sad low mad life there comet a sol mm party and through tJiIe sttonc the MtlM bears tlMo toaely pipe of death Year alter yr lovers wandering under the apple boughs and through the clover aro surprised with sudden tears M they Me btaekvclled flgvre it rait g through the morning to a sol diers grave Year by year the comrades of the deed follow with public honor pro f andLheroes gave ts surely aa tbte day comas round we are la the present ef the died Hut not all the a M etatiOM of this lay are sod somo of them are trt umphant even jefuJIWe seem to become a pean Our iHweto dead itlll Ilre for us and bid us Uilnkof llfo not drtathof llfo to which In their youth they lent the pascloh and glory at the spring Memorial day may and ought to uhUUUOuoO IN LABOR OF LOVE Multitudes Gather to Aid Veterans Decorate Graves in Beautiful Arlington Cemetery HE Collsoum in the national Jv cemetery at Arlington In which people gather annually for tho ftxcrclses Is Indescribably beautiful Thr space Is sorrounded by columns s light lattice work forming tho root Iteslde tho columns have been planted wistaria roses clematis and other early flowering vlues which form a perfect bower overhead whllo tho ma estlc trees mako amplo shads for the multitude who como to join in tho la bor of love The thousands of exunion omcers and soldiers who have died during the 38 years since the first Decoration uuuuuhuhuu j- yAIED IN PRISON PENS r Record ofThose Who Passed Away in Military Confine ments Is an Appal ling One Tho largest confederate prison was at Anoorsonvillo Ga whore 45G13 intou uoldlers wore imprisoned The trlion bad its maximum number on August 8 1SC4 when tho rolls show ed the presence of 33114 Death Maimed 12912 or 28 per cent tt the tntlro number Every day the death toll averaged 30 The greatest num Ver of death occurred oa August 23 A 1 L r hear no shouts aa the letdliri eeine To the mellow throb of the distant drum Thy come A fragment of what they were The ranks are scattering year by year Per one by one with hi olden air Hi answered the summon of Death with herd I ace them waver and falter on Their blue rown shadowy tray with dust Oron shadowy gray as In years gnne Their sabers tell Into shadowy run O thin the vision that comes to me I wateh them trudging don the street The ready aohllor that need to be Wltfc vibrant damming to time their feet I sae them amlnclnc atone the way With brave Old Glory above them all And all the tines are complete today Mad so by the myitleal trumpet taIL And QMlk elMS eager erect and bold Ther march triumphantly tlironeh my dream The aoMlOT men of the day of old Yttllt flag ablow and with sword agleam The cannons rumble their warring note The miwIcMa blaze on the battles marie And eMIt of the bugle brazen throat There alrltta tile terrible cry of Charter Hut hold The mist that was In my ejrra Now drifts Away aa a cloud la blown And tile ahedew fade a across the sites TIM afloat arm of the wind U thrown And gray and grluted and halt and lame Tlky falter on to the rounded graves That glow today In the grace of fame neneath the flag that honor wave They goA shadow of whnt they were The tank are vanishing year by year Ker eh by one with hU gallant air Uu aMwwrad th ummon of Death with Hlrrt And aa Uwr waver and falter on Their Mae mad ahadevry gray with dwt Th AdlBjr Meet that In years atone Bere faith the grail et the nations trust Aw tat the ahudow mareh they aU- To tCn et a tarett trumpet oW lave a steering boyfind mere honor to tM dead It ettofciatoa and aelemnly rMtmroM fiBM jrwir UJ year a national net at oMlbMlMM ad faith It om beaNs IH the MMt ImpraHlve form over MIl that to act with enthusiasm aw stilt N Ute condition of acting grmtly Tot out a war men must believe oemethlng and something with aU Mr might So must thoy do to earry out anything else to an end worth resdtUK Ihses calls tor its patriotic dove Uea NO lees than war And stripped of tke direct aatodntlorw which gave rise to It tills Is a day when by oem Main ootueat we pause to become oon ekHM of oar national honor and to re Jolee In It to recall what our country has done sad la doing for us and to ask ourMlvM what we eon do for our country la return The great French soldier do Latour dAuvcrgn WM the hero of many bat Uos but remained by his own choice In tho ranks Napoleon gave him a sword and the official title The First Grenadier of Franco When he was killed tho emperor ordered that his heart should be entrusted to his rogl moot that his name should be called at every roll call and that his next oomrado should answer Dead upon the fold of honor In tho keeping of this nation aro tho hearts of many horses we treasure them In conse crated ground and when their names are called wo answer In flowers Dead upon the fold of honor nnnnnn day and the hundreds that have fall en since tho SpanishAmerican war and whoso bodlcia have been borno across the sea to be burled in Arling ton havo made this the largest city ot patriotic dead on the globo This 30th of May like all others will see every low green mound ot tho extensive field covered with flowers and immortelles Thero will be a repetition of the an nual ceremonies with probably addl tional interoatlng features Alas the column of exunion aol dlors does not present a long line and tho few who participate aro for the most part bowed with ago and lu creased disability which time has wroughtTho organizations sans and daughters of veterans and the loyal people have taken up the work which older hands have had to lay down The spirit of gratitude and de votlon to tho memory of tho countrys defenders Inspires tho whole nation today as it did In 1868 uuuuuuuu uuuuUu 1864 when 127 yielded up their lives The largest military prison in tho north was at Elmira whore 11916 prls oners wore confined In an open pen or stockade The death list reached 2991 about 25 per cent In March 1865 the greatest mortality occurred49Gor 165 per cent of all the deaths All except six of tho dead were burled in upIcon aloe were laid away The members of the Womans Relief Corps make a great feature ot Memo rial day The pity ot it all is that there are so many new graves to dec orals each Tear By Graves of Heroes An hour a flower a memory perchance a tear or two Thtis give we from our life to them Nation what gavo they your What of the silent partings too solemn and sad for tears T What of the homesick sighing which only the nightwind hears What of the waking picket guarding the nation sleep What of the cold and the hunger what of the thirst and heat What of the midnight marching where weary footsore drenched The pallyweeping morning ahowlth enemy nched What of the ahrlek of the battle What of the atter hours Oh men In the name of Cod can ye heal such wound with floweret Look to your MIPS Columbia Stalntec they ahould ba u snow To rat gn hearta burned white In battles furnace glow And your rote red as the blood that flowed On flhl of death Their fragrance full sweet to stifle the small of battles breath Alul If our flowers were all that we lAd on each nameless grave Alajt far us and for them and the sac rlflee they gave nut ovtr those lowly hillocks ai over thn hulls of God A glory breaks from the flower eups withering on the sod for they are the pledge of the promUe What you gave to us we will keep The oath of the nations waking sons to tier son who are asleep Prances Ten Hyck AT GETTYSBURG Fieldof Battle Is Foreve Consecrated to the High est Ideals of Amer ican Valor KB Naples and die wrote an en S thusiast and gave a new voguo to a moribund old world city by a sententious saying But to the Amorlocn whose soul is alive to patri r0 emotion a more fitting exhorta lion would boo sow Gettysburg and live And so seeing live to be consecrated anew to American ideals Real Ito and drink In from that historic fount the Immortal lesson of what they did here that the nation might livea grand object lesson made manifest so that IM that ruM may read by Its MO monuments and tab lets dedicated there to American val or A thrilling page it is that may be road In these silent yet speaking symbols which mark the various posy lions held by the 640 organizations that fiercely contended for victory during those fervid July days of Gi And punctuating the long linos of mart blo and granite memorials that thickly strew the picturesquely diversified field Imposingly stand out the colossal bronze images of the leading gonorals In the commanding stations each oc cupled or wherp they fell wounded or dead while directing their hoets While bore and there potting the ole vatlonH whence the batteries belched out their terrible shots and shell aro grim cannon in some Instances the solf same pieces that sent their wing ed deaths searching Kwolls Hills and Loniiitreets lines stretched around tho town and along Seminary rldgo or hurled thorn at Moadoa em battled front opposite All tho historic landmarks too aro there today Away to tho west the Lutheran seminary still standing like a sentinel on the outpost round which the waves of battle raged aud spumed and from the cupola of which Rey nolds and Buford watched lulls ad vance debouching from the woods on either sldo of the Chambersburg pike and just beyond the undulating plain and McPhersons wood tho scone and altar of sacrifice whereon the vallent first corps of Mcados army unstinted ly poured out Its libation of blood To tho caat und south Cemetery hill and its prolonged ridge along which stand out those never to bo effaced features of tho landscape tho national ceme tery with its 3575 graves of union dead tho clump of trees or high wa ter mark of tho rebellion whence Plckotta braves verq hurled back in disaster and death the bloody an tie and tho peach orchard which season after season renews itself In blossom and fruit tho wheat field yearly sown to tho same crop but no longs yielding its harvest of death grim Devils Den a rocky woodtan gled maze today aa It was and has ever been since tho red Indian and savage beast sought it for their lair the same wooded heights of Little and Dig Roundtop partly denuded yet with many surviving ancient trees scarred and broken and torn by solid shot and shell or trunks pimpled by mtnle bullets but fruitful yet with leafy life- Vanished only are the mangled corpses of the slain the rushing col umns of struggling foeman the bias ing lines the crash of musketry and cannons deafening roar tho dying groans and frantic swelling cheers With all these marvelously preserved vestiges of the battlo still defining its varying fortunes and with the grab le story of the guides very iite ex erclse of tho Imagination is neede even to a stranger none rt all to the veteran who fought there to recon struct tho scene and once seen realer its reallrttlon vividly Impressed foi VT oa the mind FIFTY MILES AN HOUR F F V LIMITED WAS SPEEDING TOWARD THE EAST WHEN THE OBSERVATION CAR Jumped the Track Rolling Down a ThlrtyFoot Embankment 21 Pat engera Were In the Car Maysvlllo Ky May 23Ono person was killed three probably fatally Inured and nearly a score more or less hurt when tho observation car on C and O train No2 known as the F F V Limited Jumped the track turned over and rolled down the embankment at the point known aa Law renco crook curve six miles west of here Engineer Chalkly was at the throttle and Capt Fish was In charge of ho train It was made up of two bag gage two mall cars two sleepers a diner and a combination sleeper and observation car In which last car were IS passengers It was bowling along at tho rate of CO mites an hour when there was a sudden jerk that shook up all the pas congers in the forward coaches The engineer looking back saw the ele gant now observation car St Ra phael rolling down a 30foot embank ment The train had just passed over PMIIQngerdrownedAs Mrs Lawrence W Halsey of Milwaukee Wis received Injuries of which she Moo shortly after reach ing this city where some of tho Inured were brought so soon as a rev lief train could be made up and sent outMrs Halsey was mangled beyond de icrlptlon Her scalp was torn off and Imbedded therein was a piece of plate Flnss two Inches squaro A fracture Df the skull rendered her unconscious torn the moment of the accident Her loft arm was crushed her less mangled and sho suffered Internal Inv furies One of the phylcana sent from bere gave her Immediate attention but the never regained consclouness Mrs ilaliey tied at 4 p m as her body was being conveyed from tho Impro lied hospital In the baggage car of the relief train Into Room No 2 at the St Charles hotel Judge Lawrence W Halsey her husband who was also In the wreck Is In a precarious condition A dozen more victims of the accident were reared for an promptly as possible and most of them were taken to Cincin anti on tho westbound flyer No one knows what caused tho ob lervatlou oar to leave tho track It turned completely over bumped against the ties tore up a section of the track for a distance of at least 50 foot then tumbled down a steep hill mil WM creMbed almost Into kindling wool It was an awful experience for tho SI people in the illfated car Tho wonder Is that all woro not killed out right KNIFE CARRIED BY THE GIRL While Picking Dandelions Used By Assailant In Taking Her Life New York May 23 Amelia Staf feldt 15 years of age was assaulted and murdered ou tho outskirts of her fathers farm in Elmhurst L I Tho srlnio was committed In a lonely spot where tho girl had wandered In search of dandelions and the weapon employed was tho kitchen knife which she had used to sever tho crowns from the roots of the wild flowers Tho girl was soon entering a pasturo lot on Baxter avenue by Joseph Engle who was engaged In hauling fertilizer In tho vicinity Englo afterward saw the girl at work picking dandelions Ito found the body at 4 oclock Eagle says that ho saw a man eros lug the lot In which the girl had boon about three quarters of au hour before ho found tho body Conspirators Killed Themselves Washington May 2JA dispatch re ceived hero by Senor Herrarte tho minister from Guatemala reports that four of tho men who attempted to take the life of President Cabrera commit ted suicide They took refuge In a hut in the suburbs of the city and a detachment of soldiers surrounded it Tho men fired from within killing a major and wounding a colonel and another officer Finally seeing there wag no hope of escape they killed then selves Negro Surrounded In Swamp Ueldsvllle Oa May 23A posse surrounded d swamp In which Flcm Padgett the negro whoso attempted assault on Mrs Laura Moore resulted In the lynching of two negroes tho death of three other persons and the Injury of seven others The wife of Sim Padgett ono of tho slain negroes confessed that after the withdrawal ol tho posso that attacked Padgetts cab in she had killed John Hare a member of tho posse who had been shot down in the attack Bound Over To Grand Jury San Francisco May 23J W Boyle for throe months Santa Fe dispatcher at Needles and Mrs Elizabeth Alford wife of a wealthy cotton broker of Nashville Tenn are In the county jail bound over under 2000 to answer to the charge of adultery Robbed of 1300 Cleveland 0 May 23lOdward Mur thaUgh aged 60 en route to his home in Texas from a visit to Ireland was assaulted on the Lake Shore railroad tracks robbed of 1300 ud left ui eascloua I STATE NEWS ITEMS n SNORING HEARD In Vacant House When Lights Are Out Police Mystified LexIngJbn Ky Baffling the pollco here Is a case of a snoring man who can not be located Mrs John Glnno chic residing at 267 Lexington ave hue telephoned tho police station to hurry a policeman next door to her vacant house 271 Lexington avenue as a man had broken into the house and could bo hoard snoring Lieut Charles Overly answered the call When he arrived he heard tho snoring and opening tho door went into the house to arrest the man To his sur prise he could not find him As soon as the light was turned on tho snoring stopped but when the light was turned off and it became dark the snoring would begin Overly summon ed several policemen and they could hear iho snoring as described but rould find no trace of a man though they searched for several hours The case Is the most mysterious to come to the notice of the police HARGIS ACQUITTED Feudist Judge Freed of Murder Charge by Lexington Jury Lexington KyJudge James liar gin reputed leader of the Hargis fac tlon of the HarglsCockrlll feud in which three members of the Cockrill faction were assassinated within a year was acquitted by a jury In the Fayette circuit court of the charge of conspiring to murder James Cockrill The trial has been in progress for nearly two weeks and tho attorneys for the commonwealth believed they had made out tho strongest possible case When the Jury retired Juror Rhody Horndon jr was ill but recov ered sufficiently to finish his work At the start the jury la said to have been ten to two for acquittal In making his speech to the jury Attorney Floyd Byrd swore that so long as there was breath in his body he would legally fight the conspirators who killed Cockrlll and the next move is now awaited ASTRIDE A MULE First Telegrapher to Invade Elliott County Will Ride to Hargis Trial Lexington KyWilliam Britton the feudist and alleged fellow consplr ator of Judge James Hargis in the Breathltt county murders will be taken to Sandy Hook by Capt William Jenkins of the Lexington police force to answer to the charge of murdering Dr B D Cox They will go to More head and drive across country to San dy Hook S E Berry of this city telegraph operator will leavo for Sandy Hook and will be the first operator to Invade Elliott county He will ride from Limestone to Sandy Hook astride a mule The Big Sandy Telephone wires will be used by the telegraph company Tobacco Pledges Report Lexington IyAtter the meeting of the executive committee of the board Of directors of tho American Society of Equity of the white burley tobacco district held here Clarence Le bras chairman announced that the society had pledged 90000 acres of tho 1907 crop of tobacco in tho white bur Icy district The report is the result of a careful accquntfng of tho number of acres signed up and sent In by the members of tho campaign committee An Atrocious Crime Lexington KyThe body of Mrs Ellen Flanary 301 widow of Perry Creek was discovered near her homo beneath a heap of rocks stabbed in tho breast with her throat cut and several fractures unearthing the most Inhuman tragedy In tho murder annals of Letcher county Floyd Frazier 18 revealed bloody clothes and was arrested No motive U known 30000 Tax Paid By Road Franktort Ky Attorney A P Humphrey of Louisville Ky a rep resentative of the Southern Pacific Co paid to the state treasurer 36000 as organization tax on = 36000000 in crease in tho capital stock of tho com pany which has its charter in this state Gloomy For Frazier Sergent KyThe chain of evidence fastening the murder of Mrs Ellen Fannery upon young Floyd FrazIer is gaining strength the police say A bloody knife was found near the scene of the murder Stains of blood also were found on his garments Frazier refuses to talk Killed Baby Sister Ashland Ky Robert 8 non of Sherman Vanhorn of near Louisa tried to amuse his baby sister by show- Ing her a loaded shotgun Not know ing tho gun was loaded he pulled the trigger and the child was killed Daughter Makes Charges Paducah Kyl1 B Cobb a book agent was arrested at MayflelJ on charges preferred by his daughter Mrs Edna BrOady 1C The girl has been married only a few mouths and her husband left her on account of her fathers conduct tt is Intimated A Victim of Night Riders Hopklnsvllle Ky Foster B McCow en president of tho Christian County Union of the American Society of Equity was the victim of night riders his plant bed being visited by unknown parties and almost eQtlrelj destroyed l CITY OFFICIALS OUSTED All Loultvllle and Jefferson County Of flclals Knocked Out Frankfort KyThe court of appeals handed down Its opinion in the contested election cases from the city of Louisville and Jefferson county up holding the contentions of the fusion- ists and declaring the election void thus reversing the decision of Judges Miller and Kirby of the Jefferson circuit court- Tbe court rules that Oov Beckhara has the power to fill tho vacancies by appointment and an election for all city and county officials is ordered for next November The decision of the court Is unanimous The effect of the decision Is to depose the entire list of officers from magIlstraltsindTho court settles the question of the temporary succession giving the governor authority to appoint to fill the vacancies pending an election by the people The governor is to appoint the mayor the city boards and the county judge and they are to fill all minor places under them- EMBEZZLEMENT By a Former Lexington Employe Is Alleged In the Petition Lexington Ky The Citizens League an independent organization here filed an amended petition to the suit entered Tuesday It is charged that Mayor Thomas A Combs City Auditor Moses Kaufman and City Treasurer Peter J Garland had illegally and wrongfully diverted 32000 from the public school fund into other channels It Is also charged that Mayor Combs has not required bonds from the auditor and treasurer com mensurate with the responsibility they are under Pointed questions are asked the mayor among them being refer ence to an alleged embezzlement of certain city funds by Patrick J Shar key a former city employe and ask- Ing the mayor who participated in the affair besides Sharkey The suit and amendment have caused much excite ment here Home BurnedTwo Sons Cremated Ashland KyThe homo of Rev F J Short at East Point Johnson coun ty was burned and two young sons of the minister wore cremated while a third son was so badly Injured that he will die Harry 18 although fright fully burned managed to reach the window and leap to tho ground break- Ing both logs and one arm and receiv ing internal Injuries The pastor hail all he could do to drag his wife front tho flames while they wore both in their night clothes Ho Is one of the most prominent Christian ministers in Northern Kentucky Ho carried no in surance on his home and everything he owntfd In the world save his land I was destroyed Given Knockout Blow i Frankfort Ky Bucket shops and poolrooms wore given a knockout blow by tho court of appeals in decisions that hold they can be fined and abated as common nuisances The two decIs- Ions mean that betting on horse races in poolrooms and stock gambling can be absolutely stopped In Kentucky if the officials want to stop tt Lexington Shoot Lexington KyTho fifth annual tar get tournament of the Kentucky State Trapahooters League began here Noted marksmen are gathering in tOt tho contest The shoot opened with a 200target event and the lawyers tro phi of 100 targets The first high am ateur contest of 200 targets will also be pulled off Girls Terrible Story Morebead KyJohn Collins who was run down by bloodhounds for r shooting at Ben Martin was spirited to Mt Sterling to evade TI mob Col lins 14yearold stepdaughter confessed after his atTest that ho had been tore i ing his attentions upon her over since she was 10 years old Kentucky College Sued Lexington KySult was flied here against Campbell Hagennan Womans college for 12000 damages by Miss Sadie McGInnis of Danville because she was not permitted to graduate last year lth her cia=a on account of hav ing attended a dance violating the ia school rules New Rifle Range Hopklnsvllle KyCapt E W Clark commanding Company D Kentucky 4 State Guard at this placfj has re celved official notice that as soon as j practicable a rifle range will be In stalled here 4 Sentence Affirmed Frankfort KyThe court of appeal affirmed the life sentence given Cat Newton for killing George Smith andr his son James D Smith In August 1905 in this county Jury Gives Woman 12000 Damages CovIngton KyIn Kenton Clrcutt Court a jury returned a verdict of M 12000 for the plaintiff in the suit of Mrs Loula Marshall against the 1 sir N Railroad Co Mrs Marshall was Injured In the Maurice Station wreck The case will probably be appealed Fall Ends Life Hopklnsville Ky William Ocbnrn 108 was burled near this city Death was due to the effects of a fall he sus talaed several days ago He was a native of Scotland and came to Amer lea la 1837 n sosososoKososososolosoiososososososososososososososoV ososososososososososososJACKSOiI wltelentertained SundayMr E W Gabbard has been very poorly for some time but we hope ho Is better Several from our town went to McKee last Monday to attend court I O Fox Is halite staves for the Cincinnati Cooperage CoJohn Gay who was reported to have had a hemorrhage of the lungs Is betterDot Isaacs and Neal John son are working for N J Coyle haul- Ing ties and plowing We are glad to seo the weather fair again and the farmers planting their corn Most of them are thruMr N J Coy and Alex Blanton have purchased 011 the timber such as poplar ash lynn and buckeye of Mr Jacob Wells nnd W S Blanton on South Fork Creel Rlas Baker Is killing ground squlr rels this week He says they areI numerous EYlmGREEIMay 2IiWe are having some tine 1 weather now and farmers are getting along nlce1J B Callahan went to Wlldle Friday on business W M Campbell went to McKee Sunday on buslnessJ W Jones says he Is 30 years old and that this Is the first season that he has ever burnt out 01 mustard and spotted britches Wll Beck says the crickets have eaten all his pepper and licked the nail when It hung Everybody come out to Lon Oak to Sunday School at 9 a m HUllLEY May 23Somo of the farmers an working over corn On account of the J past cold weather corn crops look dullJ W Davis of Mooroa Creel was thru here Wednesday taking ort j the wool He had a very nice bunch Amos McColltim who has been al Hamilton Ohio for several months 1returned home Tuesday night H i says ho Is not going back any more this summer Perry McCollum had n fine horse killed Tuesday Perry says he dont care ho will buy another one Llllle Moore Mrs Martha Mar rls and sltha Angel went to McKee Tuesday as witnesses In the Dave and Bradley Gabbard case Davo was cleared and Bradley was fined two and onehalf dollars and costs George Me Collum sold a fine horse last week for =9000Mr and Mrs Edward Gab bard atffl little daughter Bertha attended church at McKee SundayMrs Mary and Mrs Rachel Gabbard visited Mrs Jacob Gabbard Jr Sunday i Sltha Angel visited at Palestine Gab bards SundayMr and Mr J W Hurley visited Hrs Hurleys parents Mr and Mrs Perry McCollum Sun day lastSltha Angel visited Mrs Mary Gabbard Thursday afternoon Leonard and Everet Gabbard visited friends at Birch Lick Saturday and r Sunday last They report a nice 4tlmeDradley Gabbard of this place h visited friends near Evergreen Satur day and SundayJ W and Lewis Marlcum of near Waneta visited their brotherinlaw W M Gabbard of thisp Green McCol place Thursday night lum lost a cow last week Jake Mar rls and others of Hootcn Creek went I gigging the other night and killed aI fine lot of fish Jake Gabbard Long Jake killed a large copperhead near his homo last week What has become j of the correspondent at Waneta It We would be glad to hear from there again wake upand lets hear from you SMCKEEMay 23A large crowd attended County Court Monday A heavy rain Sunday night gave the farmers an op portunity to come to town and spend the day informing themselves as to what is doing In the countyA protracted meeting conducted by Revs Ball and Van Winkle seems to have the attention and Interest of most everybody in and about McKee The i series of meetings began last Friday iJevening and will perhaps close with i this evenings services Two have been baptized Misses Sudlo and Nan nie Neeley Mr Samuel Howard and wife joined the church by letter from Road Run In Clay county Mrs Isaac Messier gave a social last Fri day evening in honor of Misses Rlk v sen and Koiker teachers of McKee Academy Among tho guests were Dr and Mrs W T Amyx Judge and Mrs J F Engle Mr and Mrs D G Collier Mr and Mrs G I Rader Dr J D Hays J R Hays t R M Bradshaw H F Minter Mrs Mattlo Carpenter and Mrs Lucy Welch The evenlno passed pleasant ly and all too quickly Miss Emily fMinter Is visiting homo folks at Green If week Out of twentysix applications for teachers certificates t r In tho examinations last Friday and Saturday five received first grade ten second grade and three third grade certificates Some of tho eight who failed made good averages but fell c 1 aososososoeososososoeososc considerably below the limit In Aril nndIroos on mathematical principles and do not place too much stress on rules nnd formulas with a fow model problems grouped under them Miss Disy Parsons who has been in Beroa for sometime has returned to McKeo11 James Marcum of Owsloy county repairer of musical Instruments Is In McKee this week ESTILL COUNTY irAauiisviTux May 26Farmors are getting alan nicely planting corn Some of tbom have finished planting Somo of the boys went fishing Friday and omigl somo real nice fish Mlseoe Ella and Maude Park entertained quite a nun her of friends last Sunday Those pn Bent were Misses Nettle Grace Katli ryn and Fan Wagers Messrs Hum and J B Wagers Willie and Am brose Wilson and F J Wagers Jin A Q Wilson Is very sickMr and Mrs Joe KIdwell visited the latter parents Mr and Mrs VI Rogers o Doe Creek Saturday night and Sun dayMr and Mrs J Q Sorlvnor Mi and Mrs J B Kolley wore tho guest of Mr and Mrs A B Kelley Sunday lastVernon Scrlvnor Is still Improv lug Misses Kathryn and Fan Wagers killed a copperbead snake In tIn rront hall door last week and say soother go under the vorandsStec dames A B and J B Kelley were shopping In Irvine Tuesday afternoon Miss Lena Edwards was in Irvine the riot of the week having sewing done Misses Nettle and Kathryn Wagers ire planning to go to Irvlno Stur lay afternoon IIAlIV TOP May 21iMiss Tolltha London 18 planning to mako an extended vtel with friends and relatives at Beree Laura Hall has returned from Wag irsvlllc whore she has boon attend- Ing church Miss Alma Logsdon via ted Mtsa Talltha London Monday light Mrs Isaac Taehett who ball been visiting relatives at this nlao eft Thursday for her home at Lil- yKyMrs Lena Miller spent Wedne day with her grandmother Mrs Den largravos Mr and Mrs A D Lop don visited Mr and Mrs H B Tack itt Sunday night last Ira Joseph no Tungate spent Tuesday with Mn Joe Collins Mlsfe Alma Tungate wa the guest of her cousin Miss Talltlu icgsdon Master Millard Halo is vis- Iting his sister Mrs Dora Dixon this weeklUsa Mandy Willis of Jinks was the guest of her aunt Mrs II lather Monday night Mr A D ogsdon reports ho will soon bo turn planting corn Ho has already 46 acres planted Mr James Park passel thru here on his way to Rod Lick Wednesday GARRARD COUNTY WAIXACETpN May 21Tho farmers of this see tian have had to stop their work entirely for a week or more but prospects for the coming week seem fav rabieNews has been received here that Thos King who has been work- Ing in Hamilton for n time started to his Kentucky homo and was killed HIs Remains were laid at rest in Wallace Chapel Cemetery G E Brock man and family attended church at ritot Knob last Sunday Miss Pearl rockman of this place is spending this week with her grandmother of- Dig 11111Mr and Mrs John Gabbard were the gucsts of G B Gubbard and family last Saturday night Binam Pitts and family were the guests of 0 1 Gabbard and wire at tho same time May 24Miss Grace Blanton of Derea visited her sister Mrs Mary abbard of this place last week Mr George Tlsdale Jr who has been In Hamilton Ohio for the past five weeks returned last Sunday The weather has been fair for the past three weeks and most farmers Are thru planting corn and aro now want- Ing rain George Doan Tom Eden and Bud Hill were killing rats in Joe ylles barn a few days ago They killed about fifty Ono of the last- few killed gave battle with Mr Rill and wounded him but bo will recover Mr and Mrs O L Gabbard attended Mrs Gabbards mothers 62nd anniversary at her homo at Asbury Ky Iay 23dS W Wylie will be seventy years old In July Ho has tended IL big crop every year since he was fifteen years old Ho Is farming quite extensively this spring but says this Is his last year He Is going to re tlro S W la a hustler G B Gab- bard and wife of this place stayed lover night with John Gabbard and imlly at Berea Saturday nightG- AILTERSYILLE May 23There were services at the fethodlBt Church last Sunday A largo tJ o R congregation was present Suni evening tho County Sunday School convention was held at MnnsoMrs Tellle Green of Point Level Is reJoic- Ing over tho arrival of an olghtpou girl born on tho 21st Her name Is Georgia Fay Green Mrs John Mer ryman and Mrs John Rowt Mrs J G Clark and Mrs Allen Arnold coed on Mrs Tolllo Green Wednesday evening Mrs It C foam and Miss Pearl foam visited at Mrs Joe Wy Hes Wednesday Miss Eve Morrym called on Mrs Mary S Clark Suntlny evening Mr Will Brown of Lowcn was run over and killed on tho railroad below Paint Lick Tuesday oen Ing Ills remains were Interred in tbe Lancaster cemetery Wednesday He leaves a wlfo and two small chlldro Mr John Clarks family have all recovered from the measlosSeveral of the ycling people around hero are planning to go fishing at Mr Tram Conns pond near Lancaster next Tuesday Tho new creamery of Paint Lick started up Wednesday tho 22n We hope it will be a success and a great help to the country around Most of the frlut in this vicinity Is killed Wheat js looking fine OHIO NEWS May HIhe continued cool woatr or has mused the prices of fruits and vegetables to advance Wheat is sell- Ing for 1100 per bushel in Hamilton Tho price of flour has been raised Mr Llge Feltner has been very III for a few days this weok1enr Smith and A J Gabbard have morel from Cleveland avenue to South D street where they now LoardE E Flanery paid us a business visit In Hamilton last Saturday from Clncln natlW P Minter and wife have returned to their former home In Ows ley county Ky Lewis Gabbard aii M Sparks who went to St Louis r1olast year have returned and aro working for the C C Paper Co S IL Creech and Charley Bowie win were reported as having measles some few weeks ago have gone back to their Old Kentucky homes Prefll lent Roosevelt will speak in Indianapolis Ind on Memorial DayTIn annual meeting of tho Y M C A was held In the Jefferson Theatre 01 last Sunday afternoon Mr Ttbbltt if Washington D C gave an Ulus rated looturo showing the great advancement and progress of the Y M C A since it was founded by Sir George Williams of London In 1844 The annexation ordinance better known aa the Greater Hamilton ordinance has voted In all suburbs which will give the city a population 9f about 46000 people The oily of Mnolnnatl has passed a similar vote Increasing the population of tho city to over 400000 Inhabitants Tho C O Iaper Company Is establtahlni light hour shifts right along now aa hey get men sufficient to run them IDAHO LETTER Stltos Idaho May 16 To the Editor of The ClttaenWe- aro having beautiful weather and the armors and gardeners are making good use of the time Tho now road uniting across the east end of C B bores ranch thru tho west end of P P Reynolds ranch Is now complet edThe public roads are In good ondltlons since tho dry weather 00- gauP P Reynolds and C B Moore have planted 9G4poundB of potatoes 1 P Reynolds has sowed 3i pounds of onion seeds which will make 3- 0bushelsMr A M Reynolds is still working for the N P R R Co nt n good salary JOB H Dunn says that he raised seven tons of oat hay from which was twlcoono aero of ground as much as any other farmer over ailed lIe wants to sell his ranch ohn Baldwin says that ho has the Incst ranch on tho slope which IK will soil for 3000 Little Ernest C and Martha M Moore say they are going back toTucky in a few years to see grandma We wore sorry to hear of tho death of our friend Clay readway of Owsley county and also the death pf A M Neely sheriff or OWsloy There have boon only three deaths In and around Stltcs Into wo have been here One was caused by a rattle snake blteWo jcelvo letters from our Kentucky friends asking why we don t write oftener to your paper Can say that we aro qulto a while In getting Items of itereU as our people in this part o- the country are all strangers to the readers of your paper James H Dunn has the largest family In Idaho county numbering 17 Ho Is 38 years old and has been married 20 years J any of our friends are very anxious to know about this country and will write to me I will gladly give any formation posslbloP P Reynolds and C B Moore aro planning to take a trip into the mountains Wo hope to give an interesting letter to the readers of your paper on our return C B Moore found a grapeshot that weighed about 10 ounces which was erhaps used In a battle fought near tltes on tho 10th of May 1881 between the Nez Perco Indians and General 0 O Howard Perhaps some of- tho readers of The Citizen remember eneral Howard who visited heron ollege in 1897 Somo of our eastern friends have an idea that the only 4TOUCI1 yourtongue t- oALUMI Sn3 took in the glassyou will see the elTect You cant help puckering it make you pucker to think of tasting it BakingPowdersright into your systemyou injure digestion lilt ruin your stomach AVOIDALVH SOpplainly I lOYALIKbyaTis made from pure refined Grape Cream of TartarCostsmOreI j than Alum but you have the profit of quality the profit of good health k thing to do to get rich And live easy IB to coma west lint remember anti little verse refers to the western man as well M the et nt an mil akgAIuY at eek- take wingpot IhU world sepvute rein ai- AN go a hat h WI roan trulyC MOORE In Memory of Coe Gum In tender memory of Lee Gum who departed this life April MUt INT et 1106 a m near Prowere Colorado The deeeaeed was 37 years 10 months IUMl Jl days old and WM the son ol J D and Kmlty Gum who rftJd near Irvine Ketlll runty Ky He married Mew Martha Shlfftet of MadlMm eounty near eight year ago and the died of coHBUmptton about fifties Mouth taw leaving a daughter the mdntlM old Lees health batgaa to fall about three years ftfo and be he4 bssfi in Colorado about two sad ohohilf years seeking roust Mit judging from his letters his health WM about tINt same OB when he left Kentucky He had decided to come home tlllt vprlnc to visit his family and frtenita and then It nwwtury to away again lmr hais southward Accordingly he loft Idaho Springs and mme to IVaver and on to lrowrm to My goodbye tol friend Mid wait for spring rains tol OMM before aktrllUK for Kentucky He wee at tile home of J A Hoeton sod In company with him had walked a distance of two hundred yards to the posUtfftce to trail a letter to bU fatally sal on Marling home took a hemorrhage and looking up aa be lay la his friend stirs mM Im rae and passed quietly away MU romaine were aMpped home twhing- then tile Mth am OH tile following day funeral eerrteee was held ltd atenoent la the family cemetery tot- towed lite MrMa could not con seat to have hint tall from them ash In ogler to toy hiss beeldi his wife who eloepe In Ute llloaawmd Cemetery Im eowtaR house a letter said Yea eotRlHR back again Im yearning for the loved ores In my ehertohtd natlv herd 1re sow delayed the trip a year More health end MreMgUi to gala u COMING COMING 1185 BEREA 1907 COMMENCEMENTWEDNESDAY ORATORS DR JAMES M CANFIELD Of Columbia University New York and OTHER GREAT SPEAKERS Sunday Jun2 Sermon to Graduates 1045 a m Sermon to Young People Dr Villard B Thorp of Chicago y3opm Monday June 3 Concert by Harmonia 730 pm Tuesday June 4 Meeting pf Bcrea Alumni HOMESPUN FAIR Exhibit and Prizes Homespun Coverlids with Ket tle Dyes Linen Baskets Chains Axhandles etc See list on page 8tA1- 1MI Wades Great Exhibit from Six States Will be Here t GET READY FOR THE F FALL TERM SEPT 11 Find out what you can do write to the College Secretary WILL C GAMBLE Berea Ky L IIPOWDER Rut brainy minting lets dear love 171r ou MHin aaala Of l Alas Ls It could not be wsyiAnd t Lire yield to hilt prey t Away from home and those frost deer Yet hid end friends were there- To glee the soul a welcome horn The form a brothers ear And later when the form WM borne To saddened dome and trteods No glailnomv fight was la the eye INo happy dspiug band IVe ran but WMII cad tars sway Fur the last M l rUe to oer Cloodtjvf dar L a last goodbye On rartli wr m1fI no more tomefst Ky Nay t7The Marcor betel ai UurnHidi seer here war de atroycd by nr sad MUM Herthn Toottih a iffiione operator wastbamrd to death The telephone ox ebmoxo wag locudd In the hotel build tag and Mini Forsake was at work nt tile time the fire broke mt The Hro spied so rapid I that she was unable to rah the ttrnet There were Uilr ty Kiiciiti aelwp In tINt hotel at tho time but ail pRaped uninjured The property lose wlf teach several that seed deflate ECHO OF THE WAR Damage Claimed for Property Lout When Patfveab Was Shelled it Txwla May itA Balm against Ute United States for telttT3o gre- ta out of the shelling of Pnduenb Kr during tile civil war has boon Wed In the probate court by George C Karaeh adajbttotrator as M addi tional tnwBtory of the property of Jacob Kftrseh who died recently Daring the war Jacob Knrsch vaa employed by the government to bake brftMlltl Pa4ucah for the federal troops He fitted up an Iranionso bak cry ami BOOH after Its installation lad uoah was unclled and the bakery was among the property destroyed A olalm or dnnaxos amounting to 81X1M was tweaeatwl to tho CSth and 50th congresses but was not allowed It in now filed M part of tho estate nnd It is stated that tho helm will push It for settlement rWGBEST DENTIST CITY 1iioyi 103 OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE Se ReBAKER DENTIST I I omen Over Printing orate BERHAKY V 1Onirn liiiiiro from K In 4 tiny 1lioim inn Te 4h ntncttil without pdlaRoniuoforuie C F HANSON LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B II Robinson I All cell promptly attended to night and day Telephone No L Herrn Ky tlir