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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 0 000eouO101001000M0OYQ O INCOUlOHATKI 1 e E ALlERT COOKPhD Manager j8 o EIIlfft aIM Protoytre allmo XII GIccond o I t I e0000e0e00000000o I fVat VIII Five cents a copyBEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE 13 1907 Ono Dollar a year No 52 lJNEWSOF THE WEEK Reign of Terror RuaslaJnpan Wants United States to Apologize Peace Conference moots at Tho Hague Bryan Gives Campaign Is sues There Is another reign of terror In Lodn Russian PotaMd Klevfn lrsons have been killed and thirtywen wounded since June 2 The workmen have formed a secret vlgl lane Dom jnltie which kills one or more ter rorists oven night The corpses art left on the street wllli pieces of pa per pinned Vo their lips telling thc rxact rMMons for their being killed Demands for an apology and per lmM afro for Indemnity M a result of the nullJapanre e mote In Han rraucieco probably will tie made by the Japanese government An lutrr natloiml Met to overthrow the present ministry In Japan has ban ixinflrmed by Informiatlou received In Washing ton AntI efforts are twitig nude to have the Japanese mfclxter to the felted States recalled It beln charged that he has betr v d the gov crnmeiit liy sending IR false reports rrgardlng condlttoos la Sail Francisco Truce as demanded by enlighten ed public opinion and modern rlvlll rktluit will be the chief topic of the world this week es the UfO of the mcond Hague conference n hlch IMS IHII called to meet by the Czar o- fResentativesIRussia Ill June IS IIfforty tjl countries will be In ftt ItIIIuceMr Bran toa Interview In t Vihlngt n san that there are Him uiiMUon before the people the trust the tariff tad the railroads Thrie ipiutdon he elya ail lu tollr the Mme treat principle wheih rr mite government should t admln lfid f r the benefit d the fw to- rfr the Ixiirdt of the whole of the 1Ie The ai rnt Chines city of Kslne Kliinit si tun id In a r Bito and thinly prtMeil district northof Vnlbet is trtotid to have test Uirpy de nn d l v earthquake Miout 4000- lnvl bkllK lost rAcrdiiK to tho crop n port of the Arilrultviil tiiartnient tie condition or print wheat on JUt I wm hsT ci niiared with 934 at the tarr ixriod Lt year The condition i r oaU was t If agate si last year Arnold Frank of Berlin perlO- DairItItDttileC Emperor William of iirn auy Imn leased the stock term if Wm Flcdd D +ar Lexington which lire will use as a diMrMwUng point for hor pH to be purchased for the use of U niiaii army officers THE CITIZEN I Tim Tiilierimcle W hrre Oommrncciiieni Exrrcbe Are Held Commoncomont Week A complete account of the exercis es of ComuMnceioeot week would lie very luterestlng but It would more than fill a whole Inane of The CHI gem The Baccalaureate semen and farewell word to the graduates was riven by President Frost himself Ills subject was Moses and the text was Deut 3410 And there arose i nut a prophet since in Israel like un to Moses whom the Lord knew face The trials sad trtimphs of picturedR In strong bold outllaS sad a great in l spiration to the Christian of today to timid arid fulfill ills mission aa a uperlI UM young peoples reJtglouu societies j and of the very aweesful Ihliaetlit Itnl1td the final examinations on I i Mini day and Tuad y Tuesday night j earn the triennial gathering of the I Alumni In the Cliaprl and after that j the dedication of the twnutlfiil JBicle Library with an appro jadilrrsa by Dr CmCield Llbrurlao ofj jOiliimbta lnlvenH of New York ikitli wrn very htttIttntt occasions Vt dii ilay monaig at 830 cameI u first event In tie tlcdlratlon or tlie Bruce Printing Building A i ttlullMary platform had Men pre pored against the aouiu wall of the lovildii and a oumlKr Qf the trust I I etr and friends of the Collage ieathi bundIi hoMi words of appreciation and frratltui for the gift of Miss Ma i tilde Brute of the building and the I splendid new prtatWfe press on which jr thousand copies of tile Cownwnop went number of UM Ctthwn had been the first work the night before Drj I Cook editor of the CUII then gave an address ON time Power of the Press and Dr Tbonson offered an impress lye dedicatory prajw The crowd then went to the Taber I nacle Then the ezerelaea of th O o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o +040 + TEMPORARY of 0 IN i VESTMENT 0B If you have money that you do not need time and which you do not care to ideposit on a savings account you will find t A CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT o tTHE best method of investing that money + issue these Certificates for six months t 1orone year and if the money remains for the 1 + tiine for which the certificate is drawn o- wet pay FOUR per cent interest o This is far better than making temporary o- o loans to friends for your money is protected o- c by the Capital Surplus and Profits of the o- o Bank amounting to over 6000000 You tsure of the cash at the time you want it o tand the rate of interest is liberal considering a- I other advantages If you have idle o- t call and sec us jmoney i 11 BBRI3A BANK TRUST co I ni BEREA KENTUCKY i+ I t 0- o Resources 235000 1 1 Capital 50000 1 o Surplus 10000 1 o 1DIRECTORS 1I Fishit 1 l- t P Cornelius A W Stewart J W Dinsmore t o+o+o+oo oo+o+o+O +o+o+o+o+o+oo+o+e+o+o+o+o +ooo f t lie rs L 1 i morning as described on tbe pro gram were well carried out Perhapi one or more of tho orations ofI graduates may be published In Citizen later Nearly If not quite twc thousand eople tilled the Tabernacle and as many were coming and going I during the program perhaps thrw thousand or more enjoyed parts cl I the program IAftr dinner the great event wa I Dr Canflelds address Ilk nubjec was How sad Where Can We VlnC I IlereaT He thought of Derea M i hessatartkt1tt together in mutual helpfulness Ht went on to speak of the typical Am comparedImerely exist to count among men teanumbered To fulfill his work he seed three great qualities Integrity Intelligence and usefulness Inch men Bore Is producing Wednesday night the Alumni held a reception In the south sane dining room Mr Joseph M Ropers presi jdent of the Alumni A 1IIfI II I lon call AasofrkteJlI grnduatrs into the circle Rome of those who Iiok were Mrs J A R R Kers the Mother of the College Mrs Jennie Lester Hill Mr J R Rogers Mr Edward F White the College Librarian and Mr AJrV Titus 5 Trustee Meeting The Trustees of Berea College held their annual meeting In connection with Commencement whloh was at tended by Rev William E DaMon D P of Chicago Rev J A timid D D of Nashville W R Belknup Esq of Louisville J Cleveland Cady LtAD of New York City Samuel Hanson Esq of Berea Hon Guy Ward Mellon of Cincinnati J R Rogers Esq of Brooklyn Her A E Thomsoa D D of Berea Hon Curtis F Burnam of Richmond The honorary degree of Master of Arts was conferred upon Theodore II MneeeE Marsh and Mtaw Viola Schumaker of Bcrca pedal thanks were voted to var ious donors ManorJate were adopted regarding the dQRUi of Dr Rogers nod the dwUi of Dr Maya i Prof William X look A M Princeton vas oteotoil to a profes sorship In classics to take n part of tho work of Prof Dodge who retires on a Cnrncglo pension Miss Robinson retires from tho position of Dean of Women to give full time to teaching Thorough discussion was had regarding tho project of a branch school for colored students to be placed in the brat location which can bo found In Kentucky Tho trustees were embarrassed by tho fact that they havo no right to use endowment funds for land or buildings for such a school so that no steps can be taken until ad IlOruonlorcolored race and placed In charge of n special Committee of Trustees This committee will continuo to assist n number of colored students attend ing other Institutions for tho coming year but will not add to the number of tho students thus supported It Is deemed wiser to save as much money as poaslblo towards the starting of tho colored sshool Tho trustees will probably hold a special meeting in tho fall Fairs In Kentucky During 1907 Crab Orchard July 10l Stanford H July 1719 HendersonIt v July 2327 Lancaster July 2125- Madlsonvlllo o July 30 Aug 3 Danville July 31 Aug 2 Cynthloua July 31 Aug 3 13HarrodsburgGeorgetown Aug 69 GI01Lexington Brodhcad Aug 1416 I I WHO IS THE BEST TEACHER The District Schools begin in a few weeks They are more important than anything else except the homes because most children are made what they are going to be for their whole lives while at home or in school The teacher is the principal part of the school Better have the right teacher with a poor school wrongII good No matter how much a teacher knows about books I and lessons if he or she is not good in character you I would far better have no teacher at all A dishonest bad teacher will make many of the children bad Would you rather have your children very clever and know all about books but be dishonest disobedient and grow up to be wick heed men and women or have them kind and honest and not quite so much Choose a teacher like whom you would want your children to be Secondly choose a teacher who likes children andt Wants to help thorn If the teacher likes the children r he will find out how to teach them and if the children like the teacher they will be ready to learn from him The children wont like the teacher if the tcltclu r doesnt ikc children If your teacher has passed thd examination id horiest and kind and likes children ydu will have a good teacher and belazyfind the way to teach them fi n A Ysistsl fif lrt fi 1 Ai 4 f areitil gettinoohI likely I I VNotimrt Aug 1517 14- 17PembrokeAuFI Columbia Aug2o23 j Law ronceburg Auf 2023 21241I1721Ii Mcholasvlllfc Aug 27Z9 I London AUf 374s- helbrr111e Aug It-SOFlorenaAugGenuantown Aug 3831- Sprlal 2841 leer rM r AugI41 Somerset Sept 86 Parin Sept 3- 7Ilardisburgsept 35 Alexandria Sept 36 471IMonflcello Sept 1013 Glasgow sept 1114 Hartford hpt 1114 Guthrie sept 1214 KENTUCKY STATE FAIR- LOWSV1LLISop 1621- Sbrso Sept 1821 Falmouth sept 2538- Uayflsld Oct 14 38BardwellHomospun Fair Prizes Tho following prime were given in the Bwea College Fair for Plrostde IndustrieCorerlld first prUc Mrs L Wilson 1101brooknahab Smith Boone Iv Bordered Rug 1st prize Mrs C V Smith Boron Ky 2nd prize Mrs Frank Hays lloroa Ky Sofa Pillow Cover Coverlid design 1st prize Mary Barker Travellers Rest Ky Sofa Pillow Cover Cotton 1st prize Mary Barker Travellers Rest Ky- Chair 1st prize Thos Merrell Be rca Ky Ax Handle 1st prlzp Wm Merrell Berca Ky 2nd prize Thos McrFeTl Bcrca Ky Split Basket 1st prize Mrs W F Hays Berea Ky 2nd prize Miss Minnie Nicely Berca Ky Homespun Flannel hat prize Mrs W F Hays Berca Ky homespun Llnsoy 1st prize Mrs W F Hays Berca Ky Homospun Linen 1st prize Mrs M Reeco Borea Ky nag Rug 2nd prize Mrs W F hays Beroa Ky Woolen Blankets 1st prize Mrs I B Ambrose Borea Ky Linen Table Cover 1st prize Mrs I B Ambrose Borea Ky BARRED FROM CAPITOL Confederate Veterans Flaunting Rebel Flag Had to Lower Colors Washington Juno 5ono hundred tromIUnited States capitol until after they had lowered their flag and disarmed Tho old soldiers came to Washington from the RIchmond reunion and after visiting tho White House marched down Pennsylvania avenue to the cap Itol Tho capitol pollco Informed them they would be allowed admission only as private citizens and not vs an organized body Congressman John Wesley Gaines of Tennessee who ao companied tho veterans entered protest aJ stloooousoeotlooootaooaS o izen would reach five thou 8 o sand people of o oo oMOOOOOOOO Q LANlHager is for Temperance Measures BowlingGreon Votes Saloons Out Army Worms Destroying Crops Night Riders Lawlessness to be In vestigated Cloud Burst In Central Kentucky S W Ilager democratic nominee for governor last Monday announced his position on the liquor piastlon in answer to a letter from thlttor of a temperance paper He declares him lawlanda a tract enforcement of the laws regarding Sabbath observance By a majority of 229 tho citizens of Bowling Green voted in favor of prohibition the drys carrying every precinct but one The women of the city took au active part in the election being present at every polling place Army worms have done great dam ago to crops in Western Kentucky and have now made their appearance In tho contral part of the state accord ing to reports received at the cube of the CommlMlonor In his instructions to the grand Jury at Hopkinsvllle Judge T P Cook directed a onroful investigation of the lawlessness which has taken place In the tobacco war in Western Kentucky Judge Cook denounced the use of force In tho fight against the tobacco trust and said if might could make right anarchy would soon prevail Last Friday night a fearful cloud burst swept over tile central part of tho state killing over tewnty persons in tho village of Gradyvllle The downpour came without warning In the middle of the night sweeping everYthing before It Seven survivors of a Kentucky company which fought in the war with Mexico held a reunion In Cynthlana Tho average age of the seven was eightyone years SENSATIONAL CASE I Nun at Duluth Kidnapped by Two Men In a Carriage Duluth Juno 10Slster Borromea a teacher at the St Clements Catholic school here was kidnapped by two men who drove away In a closed carriage and escaped The screams and entreaties of tho nun as she way carried Into the street attracted several hundred students of tho school and persons in the neigh borhood but they were soon distanced Sister Borromoa was sitting at her desk when the two men entered Tho sister bowed courteously nad called tho heavier of the two father With out warning they seized fijo teacher one taking her by her arms and tho other by her lower limbs and carried her to tho door The sister screamed and fought desperately but they boro her to tho street and thrust her into the carriage v t THINGS TO THINK OF Paying of noosevelttt The country church must be revived Nothing outside of the home can take the place of homeIIIdron11onnotholpmatejMy plea is that we shall all try toimako more nearly universal the con ditions that now obtain in the mosit IILetone hand on governing themselves and on the other hand on doing justice to the railways exletITho farmer must not lose Ills pendenoe hla Initiative hiM J1learnLet the man of great wealth r niftn 1 Iwrthat while imlngr and enjoying it i hamnst nevertheless feel that o bIIIflatentt or spending hit wealth is omln8 Ifvea1thChief Contents of This Number FAOH INK Now of TJio WkU- nuuuelleenletrt trot TMdrTJhlIMO1 TWO CnndlesYouthsIAGK T1HIHK 1 Derc and Vicinityi1Take 11011- College IhwigItVAOK roan ConuuMit rmUnntAdrnnrcIIITJ Dr111m0 r IIUcnl Talk Tie Sumlnj School lttan- itiK vivallnnlxuUnrc I Tenyegnea Nnt VAOB SIXI nI t r Tin 114110Mimeberry Ijeswrvit The Sehovl Imlilrint of the District shI by 1rof Dliionioro- Eighth Ktmtnekr iiitoryirlnislled PAOI SKVJJN So irate If erywliere nutSlate NOT VAGI Incur liiitrrn Kentucky Cnrrepondeneetl THE MARKETS Current Quotations on Grain and Livestock at Leading Points Indianapolis Grain and Livestock Wheat Wagon 93c No 2 red lie CornNo2 64c Oats No 2 mixed 4Bc Hay Clover 1600 1 01800 timothy 180002000 millet 1300 9 lUG Cattle250 4l 636iHoseIOOG2 Sheep Luinbs 60087CO 9At Cincinnati Wheat No 2 red 89c Corn No jf 25GYie OatsNo 2 4Stfc QatUe M758 585 Hogs 450615 Sheep 400 575 Lambs700900 ChicagoI9Sc Corn No2 64C Oats No 2 4Gc Cat tle Steers 4000665 stockers and feeders 300510 Hogs = 5500 630 Sheep500 4 700 Lambs J55008GO Livestock at New YorkrtCattle 4500650 Hogs560lJ 680 Sbeop5000600 Lambs 650 l 0900 At East BuffaloVCattle 4000650 + 660 Sheep 3000675 Lambs J600 k oss0 Wheat at Toledo Dec 100 July 96c cash 96c CHAIN OF TRAGEDIES Recalled by Death of Miss Bertha Bellsteln at Los Angeles Los Angeles Cal Juno lOIt develops that a young woman known as Miss Olga Miller who died In n local hospital on May 21 was Miss Bertha Bellstoln of Allegheny Pa Several years ago she shot and killediher mother This was the suicide of Miss Bellstclqs brother and uncle and her own attempt atx selfdeatrucllon nk After her recovery the young woman taccording to tho story related i H 1 hero was confined in an asylum for i the insane from which Institution she escaped last October It Is stated that she went to Chicago and finally reach red Los Angeles A visit from Richard L Hardln a traveling book agent from Kentucky shortly before her death led to his arrest on suspicion of having adminis tered some drug that hastened her end Hardln however was cleared at a coroners Investigation Tho autop sy disclosed that Miss Bellsteln died from tumor on tho brain I I Jter HOTICK TO comuesroN Dmtr All nee ataaleUoas for Ihli pope ilioald be wom uld br Wong or lho tiitkor BOI nce uirllf for abllealo bal u urldnefrood toitb Oa Ws pan r wtllt only on out nJ of lb pptIII alltmrttal la Irla MOXI u4 doloo U propUUM U wklc Ilya wriuu THE HOUSE OF A THOUSANDCANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Ailhtr tl THE MAIN ClUltCC ZELDA DAHEION tie Copjrt h 1MB by BobD lI lTlll Co k CHAPTER XIVcontlnued Stoddard had left me to go to the other end of the platform to speak to some of the students I followed Pick Bring rather reluctantly to where the companions of his travels were pacing to and fro in the crisp morning air As soon as Pickering had got rao well under way in conversation with Taylor ho excused himself hurriedly and wont off as I assumed to bo sure the station agent had received orders for attaching tho private car to the Chicago express Taylor proved to boa supercilious personI believe they call him Chilly DUly at the Metropoli tan cluband our efforts to converse were pathetically unfruitful The two ladles stood by making no concealment of their Impatience Their eyes were upon tho girls from St Agathas on the other platform whom they could see beyond me I had Jumped tho conversation from Indiana farm values to the recent disorders In Bul garia which interested mo more when Mrs Taylor Ignoring me spoke ab raptly to her sister Thats shothe one in the gray coat talking to the clergyman Sht came a moment ago In the carriage The one with tho umbrella 1 thought you said Mrs Taylor glanced at her sister warningly and they both looked at me Then they detached themselves and moved away There was some one on the farther platform whom they wished to see and Taylor not under standing their maneuverhe was real ly anxious I think not to be left alone with me started down the platform after them I following Mrs Taylor and her sister walked to the end of the platform and looked across a bis null toss away to where Stoddard mood talking to the girl I had already jheard described as wearing a gray oat and carrying an umbrella The girl in gray crossed the track quickly and addressed the two women cordially Taylors back was to her and he was growing eloquent in a mild wellbred way over the dullness of our statesmen In not seeing the advan tages that would accrue to the United States In fostering our shipping Indus try Ills wife her sister and the girl to gray were so near that I could hear plainly what then wero saying Thoy were referring apparently to the girls refusal of an Invitation to accompany them to California So you cant guIts too bad We had hoped that when you roally saw us on the way you would relent said Mrs Taylor hut there are many reasons and above all Slqtor Theresa need me It was the voice ot Olivia a little lower a little more restrained than I had known it but undeniably It was she Rut think of the rose gardens that are waiting for us out there said the other lady They wore showing hor the deference that elderly women al ways have for pretty girls Alas and again alas exclaimed Olivia Please dont make It harder for me than necessary But I gave my promise a year ago to spend thesc holidays In Cincinnati She Ignored me wholly and after shaking hands with tho ladles returned to the other platform I wondered whether sho was overlooking Taylor on purpose to cut me Taylor was still at his lecture on the needs of our American merchant ma rifle when Picketing passed hurriedly crossed the track and began speaking earnestly to tho girl in gray Tho American flag should command tho seas What wo need Is not more battleships but more freight car rlors Taylor was saying Rut I was watching Olivia Gradya Armstrong In a long skirt with her hair caught up under a gray toquo that matched her coat perfectly she was not my Olivia of the tamoshanter who fiad pursued the rabbit nor yet tho unsophisticated school girl who had suffered my idiotic babble nor again the dreamy rapt organist of the chapel She was a grown woman with at least 20 summers to her credit and there was about her an air of knowing tho world and of not being at all a person ono would make foolish speech es to She spoke to Pickering gravely Once she smiled dolefully and shook tier head and I vaguely strove to re flicuiber where I had seen that look in her eyes before Her gold beads which I had onco carried In my pocket wore clasped tight about the close col lar of her dress and I was glad very glad that 1 had over touched anything that belonged to her Who was Olivia Gladys Armstrong and what was Arthur Pickerings bust ness with hor And What was It she hart said to me that evening whoa I had found her playing on tbo chapel organ So much happened that day that 1 had almost forgotten and In deed I had trlod to forget that tmade a fool of mysolf for the edification at- Sll amusing little school girl Then you prefer to Ignore the first time I aver saw you she had said but if I had thought of It at all it had been I with righteous selfcontempt Or I may have flattered my vanity with tho reflection that sho had eyed meher hero perhaps MUth wistful admira tion across tho wall Meanwhile the Chicago express roared into Annandalo and tho private car was attached Taylor watched the trainmen with the cool interest of a man for whom the proceeding had no novelty while ho continued to di late upon tho nations commercial opportunities I turned perforce and walked with him back toward the eta lion where Mrs Taylor and her sister were talking to tho conductor Pickering camo running across the platform with several telegrams In his handIm awfully sorry Glenarm that our stops so shortand Pickerings face wore a worried look as he ad dressed me his eyes on the conductor How far do you go 1 asked California We have largo Interests out there and I have to attend somo stockholders meetings In Colorado In January Ah you business men You busl ness men I said reproachfully I wished to call him a blackguard then and there and it was on my tongue to do so but I concluded that to watt until ho had shown his hand fully was tho better game The ladies entered tho car and I eLook hands with Taylor who threatened to send me his pamphlet on The Needs of American Shipping when he got back to New York Its too bad she wouldnt go with Her Mine Their Depths Puzzled us Poor girl this must be c dreary hole her ho said to PlcJterlng who helped him upon the platform of tho oar with what seemed to be un necessary precipitation You little know us 1 declared for Pickerings benefit Life in Annan dalo is nothing it not exciting The people hero are Indifferent marksmen or thered be murders gnloio Mr Glenarm is a good deal of a wag explained Pickering hastily swinging himself aboard as the train startedYes its my humor that keeps mo alive I responded and taking off my hat I saluted Arthur Pickering with my broadest salaam CHAPTER XVI Make an Engagement Tho south bound train was now due In ten minutes A few students had boarded tho Chicago train but a greater number still waited on the farther platform The girl In gray was surrounded by half a dozen stu dents all talking animatedly As I walked toward them I could not Jus tify my stupidity in mistaking a school girl of 1C or 16 for a grown woman but it was tbo tam o shantor the short skirt tho youthful Joy in tho outdoor world that had disguised her as effectually as Rosalind to the eyes of Orlando Sho was probably a teacher qutto likely tho teacher of music I argued who had amused her self at expense- It had seemed the easiest thing In the world to approach her with an apology or a farewell but those few Inches added to her skirt and that pretty gray toque substituted for tho tam o shantor set up a barrier that did not yield at all as I drew nearer At the last moment as I crossed tho track and stepped upon the other plat form it occurred to mo that while I might have sumo claim upon the at tention of Olivia Gladys Armstrong a wayward school girl of athletic tastes I had nono whatever upon a person whom it was proper to address as Miss Armstrong who was I fort euro quite capable of snubbing mo If snubbing fell In with her mood She glanced toward mo and bowed instantly and her young companions withdrew to a conservative distance I wilt say this for the students ai St Agnthas Annandalo Their manners are beyond criticism and an affable discretion is one of their most tdmlra ble traits I didnt know they ever IreWw t so fastin a day and a nightlI was glad I remembered the nVisn her of beads In her chain the Item seemed at onco to lecomc Important Its the air I suppose Its praised by excellent critics she laughed i nut you are going to an ampler ether a diviner air You hovpat talned the beatific state and at oqce take flight If they confer perfection like an academic degree at St Ag athas then I had never felt so stupidly helpless In my life There were a thousand things I wished to say to her there were countless questions I wished to ask but her calmness and poise were disconcerting Her eyes met mine easily their azuro depths puzzled me Sho was almost but not quite sdmc one I had seen before nnd it was not my woodland Olivia Her eyes the sore curve of her check the light In her hairbut tho memory of another time another place another girl lured only to baffle me Sho laughed a little murmuring laugh Ill never toll If you wont sue said nut I dont see how that helps mo with you too It certainly doom not That Is a much more serious matter Mr Glen armH And tho worst of It U that I havent a slnglo thing to say for myself It wasnt the hot knowing that was so utterly dull Certainly not It was talking that ridiculous twaddle It was trying to Eyes Met Easily Azure Me for my I flirt with a silly school girl What will do for 15 Is somewhat vacuous lorSho paused abruptly colored and laughedI 7H And I am Just the usual ago she said Ages dont count but Umo is Im portant Thoro are many things I wish you would toll mo you who hold tho key of the gato ot mystery Then youll have to pldk Urn lock Sho laughed lightly The somber Sisters patrolling tho platform with their charges heeded us little I had no Idea you know Arthur Pickering whon you wore Just Olivia in the tamoshanter Maybe you think ho wouldnt have cared for ray acquaintanceas Olivia in tho tamoshanter Mon aro very queer But Arthur Pickering Is an old friend of mine So ho told me Wo wero neighbors In our youth- I believe I have heard him mention ItoAnd wo did our prop school together and then parted You tell exactly tho sumo story so it must be true Ho wont to college and you went to Tech And you knew hlm I began my curiosity thoroughly aroused Not at college any more than I knew you at Tech The trains coming I said earnestly and I wish you would tell me when I shall see you again Before we part for over There was a mischievous hint of the Olivia in short skirts in her tone Please dont suggest It Our times have been strango and fc There was that first night whoa you called to me from tho lake How Impertinent Mow dare you remember that And there was the snow storm aqd at the chapel porch last night Neith er you nor I had the slightest business there But you spoko as though you understood what you must have heard and you sny you know Arthur Picker Ing It is Important for me to know I have a right to know Just what you meant by that warning Real distress showed In her face for an instant Tho agent and his helpers rushed the last baggage down tho platform as tho rails hummed their warping ot tho approaching tralp TO OB CONTINUED JAPAN INDIGNANT OVER DELAYS IN FRISCO AFFAIRS RUPTURE OF FORMER FRIENDSHIP PREDICTED Quicker Facts Regarding Negotiations Now In Progress Are Published the Better It Will Be For All Tokyo June 7 The leading paper here are tlent on the question of de manding an indemnity for the socalled bombarding of Japanese establish meals in San Francisco Reparation for the damage Inflicted and punishment for the culprits is ox petted and It is believed that the government Is taking proper steps In the matterThough the public here Is Irritated at the tardiness displayed in effecting a solution of the difficulty opinion has not yet reached the stage ot advocat ing an appeal to a hostile demonstra tion In any form It is true however that popular in dlgnatlnn has reached a degree novel before witnessed In the history of Ja pans relations with the United Statea It Is thought by influential Japanese that the quicker the facts regarding the negotiations now In progress here and In Washington are published the better It will be for all concerned as a stage has now been reached when It may prove dangerous to keep the peo I pIe In suspense or Ignorance of what is being done An experienced diplomat who was a protege of Marquis Ito and Is a promi neat figure In national affairs said America Is the last country with which I expected complications with Japan Traditional friendship ot tho two nations uniformly maintained by tho government at Washington make me almost hesitate to believe that an antiJapanese sentiment exists In Uncle Sams territory though tho un fortunate occurrences stand unassail able jut before forming a final judge mont in the present Instance It Is ntv eolutely necessary to boar In mind that as in America tho autonomy of the various scales is Jealously guarded and the slightest Infringement or Inter crones by the national authorities is deeply resented Consequently the federal govern ment is in a most doll position Fortunately tho present chief oxetN utlvo of the United States is a wonderful personality Judging by his speeches and writing ho might be called the inearnaUon of the principle of Bushklo There te no doubt that he Is resolute enough to cut Lifts Gonllm loot The Japanese cause In the prwuU beyonditheImpossible to escape the enlighten Id Judgement ot a personage like Pril dent Roosevelt I confidentially expect that Justice will bo mISted out and the stoner U to notion In the matter is raude known the better PLAIN DRESS SHE HAD TO WEAR At Commencement Worried the High School Girl Who Ended Life Woodward Ia June 7 Bemuse else feared her classmates would appear at the graduation exercises of the high school hone in better clothes than her widowed mother could afford to give her Emma Jacobson committed sul clde with rat poison She was one of the prettiest girls in her class and was popular with all her fellow studonta She was only IS years of age one of the youngest pupilS to finish a high school course After taking the polcon which she purchased from the family grocer Miss Jacobson informed her mother and ex plained the reason for ending her life OH Poured on Bridge and Fired Baltimore Md Juno 7 Conowlngo bridge a covered wooden structure of a ratio In length over tho Susqiiehannn river about 10 miles north ot Pert Deposit Md was destroyed by lire of probably incendiary origin Kara sene was found to havo been poured over the western end for some die lance Tho loss IK placed at between 1100000 and 1250000 Alleged Stolen Jewelry Recovered Now York June 7 Alleged stolen Jewelry valued at thousands of dollars WAS recovered by tho police and two Walters CoatasMcraa 30 and Emanuel Cardlkes 22 were arrested us BUS poets The police say that when arrested Meras had In his possession a diamond studded jewel case worth at least viOOOO Grasped a Live Wire Boone la June 7rOrviilo Brlggs li years old was killed and his father David Jirlggs was fatally Injured here The boy grasped ft live wire and hit father tried to rescue him Died From Dose of Strychnine Montgomery Ala Juno 7 Chnrloi N Holt 40 member of wel known atoll family of Alabama died an a result ol a dose of strychnine taken supposedly with suicidal intent Business roversel and Illness In his family are supposed to have caused the deed Jumped From ThirdStory Window Philadelphia June 7tsaac Green taum aged C2 yeaft was killed and his three stepchildren Rcslc Abram and Blanche Goldstein were injured bj Jumping from a thirdstorylwiadaw during a Ere in jhejr hcma THE PRINCE AND THE GENIE They Enter Into a Pact That Results Happily for Both Prlrico Mohamld was sad And well ho might be for the beautiful Princess Corlsando had refused for the eighth time to marry him So you cannot wonder that ho was mournful Slowly and reflectively be gazed down Into tho dark waters that bathed the base of tho high cliff by which the royal castle stood All at Once ho heard a rushing of wind behind him Turning ho saw a horrible giant of Immense size bran dishing a great club Well who are you demanded tho prince when ho had recovered somewhat from his astonishment- I am a genie thundered tho giant In tones that rumbled long after ho had spoke- nI am minded to bo your friend Do you want tho Princess Corlsando for your brldo By tho board of the prophet I dot cried Prince Mohamld Tho genie continued Then do as I bidyouYou will find In tho Mediterranean sea a huge rook that rise almost to the clouds Upon the summit a glgan Uc bird has 1U nest You will find there a yellow parchment with three ml seals hiring It to me Tho paper Is valuable to none but me and I my self am foblddon to remove It from the nest I give your a ring without which you could not sot foot on the Island for you would bo killed instantly by enchantment It will protect your llfo in two attempts for the parchment Should you full tho second time I would not advise you to try again for noth lug could save you So saying tho genie vanished as mysteriously as he had appeared liar Ing behind him the ring of which ho tad spoken While pondering over this strange happening the prince ow approaching from tho dlntanoe a little Hat When It reached the base ot UM cliff It rested upon tko water The prlnee without hetating seized the ring left by the genie and climbed The Giant Genie down tho cliff into the boat which Ira mediately moved our of its own accord heading for the open sea On and on tho boat tailed until the prince oould see on the horizon tho groat rock described by tho genie Tho boat grounded ashore and he leaped out Not a green thing was to bo seen on tho island nothing but the bare rock rising sheer to the sky How could one reach tho top of ItT It was clearly too stoop to climb Perplexed tho prince sat down on a flat stone when suddenly he became aware that tho sun seemed to have ceased shining Raising hla bead ho beheld a tqirinlc bird above him Its wings were as hiS as sails each wick ed talon was as long as six fingers its beak was long and sharp and pointed the head was massive and shaped hike that of an owl Hastily grasping his bow the prince shot an arrow attho bird with all his strength but though It struck tho black glossy plumage of the bird It broke as though made of glass With horrible cries the hard pounc ed upon him seized him in Its talons ascended with him to a point far above tho sea and then released its hold Tho prince plunged Into the water with a force that dazed him so that ho was barely able to swim to landHo boat discouraged but not yetdaunted Just then bo sew tho bird leaving the nest accompanied by her brood of little ones Fitting another shaft to his bow ho shot once more This time tho arrow struck ono ot tho young bIrds last in line and stunned it so that It fell on tho shorn just by the boat Hurriedly picking up the bird which was larger than a man he bound It to his back in such a way that the talons could do him no harm when the bird recovered and then crouched low beneath It Soon tho parent bird missed her young ono and looking about her finally sighted It on tho shore Swoop- Ing down with uhrill cries she caught it in her ciawa and rose to her neat The Prince who was bound to tho young bird of course went too- Th nest was a dark cavern la the d very summit of the rock right sraonfj tho clouds As soon as the prince felt his feet touch the ground lie hastily cut tho cords that bound him to the bird nnd glided silently Into the other end of the cavern There nmld ghastly skeletons and romaine of awful feasts ho saw the precious parchment Leaping forward he caught It up and pressed It to his heartNo sooner had ho secured the paper than he saw the genie standing before himYou have dons well rumbled the old familiar tones Princess Cod made ls yours In a moment Prince Mohamld waa standing by his castle rubbing his eyes to assure himself that It was not all a dream Remembering the genies last words he then tusked away to again plead his cauio to Wa princessAnd genies words camo truo 1 Los Angeles Times THE AMERICAN FLEET How TwentyOne Ships Made Seven Lines of Five Each At tho beginning of tho Spanish American war the Intelligence reached Cuba that soven linos of American battleships wqro lying off Key West thorn being live ships In every line The Spaniards Jumped at tho con clusion that since seven times five ate 36 there worn Mi ships at the place But there wore really only St aa r The Ships In Line shown in our Illustration Can any of our readers show the greatest nuns ber of straight lines that can be formed by those 11 menofwar with five ships In every line The ships must of course be regarded an more points There lire several ways oC obtaining the maximum number of fines A Curiosity of Arithmetic A mathematician In n scientific bu reau of one of Ute departments at Washington has dl eovored that the number H1S T le odd in more senses than one If we multiply It by any nuratxr five HW up to six we arrive at prod eels expressed hjr exactly tJuo name figures as the ortalHQl Not univ so but with the exception that a differ eat figure leads oft each time for order of the figures Is the same HXSI7 multiplied by 1 Is till same 148867 multiplied by 2 Ii 285711 lttS7 multiplied by 2 Is 4t VL m8 T multiplied by 4 U I714i 148567 multiplied by S U 7M2 J 141317 multiplied by 0 It 83714 With this multiplane by six itraogencstf atop though the rciut of multiplying the number by seven gives tho rather odd number M- 3900N Y herald Jut for Fun There In A rrrtal E iifin-Wh mnrk of fcmiciifigv knowi One liar bfl found nun ftrUt and paM lId froirn off hta tnfO irtMt did this kr Ktinc iwilmu WK had III taro d llgrn C I In bound them to OH ttet routae And froze MMM en ass ii- DISCOURAGED rd lk9 to learn to tell the time Rut then I cant you KW It takea 10 lone to count It up The hands wont wait for me The Ostrich That Didnt Grow On a big ostrich farm In Los As gales Cal there is a little chick that has stopped growing Ostrich chicks grow at tho rate of one foot every month but this one newer grows Ills life until recently was nbt happiest In the world for being small tho bigger ostriches pocked 10yhim and treated him badly indeed But now ho Is allowed to wander along the walk all by himself and ho is such a plump funnylocking lit tlo follow that ho is quite a pea with visitors Richest Girl The little Grand Duchess Olga eld est daughter ot the emperor of Rus spa is probably tho richest girl in the world When sho wai bua a week old tho sum of a million pounds sterling was presented to her sad Ir i vested on her behalf It Pays to Paint yThere 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 WIWAMS PAINT FOR PAINTINO BUILDINGS OUTSIDE AriD NalDC pays in the beginning because it goes so farpays In the end because it lasts so long and looks so well as paintlikeeconomy andsatisfaction SER US F-ORare COLOR CARDS The Porter Drug Co INCORFOHITED 000000000000080000000000000800 0- C Vicinityn Io o 0 GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES oeoooooooooooeoooooooooooooog Take Notice Children Day will 4e observed at the Baptist ChweB fcinday JHM u16th The eenrleee wUI consist ot aoocs niiit recttattona by the eUMrm 1t Klnntng at t45 A ill These exF riMn will tw followed by a brief t rmon to the children by tbs pMtor All am cordially invited M attend The Conversation Club meets this wwk at Mr and Mrs Coyl s noise The object fur dlsruulon lit TIM Pro arms of thf Southern States The laHt nnniker of tM Welds Work la particularly helpful on this unbjent ROT O S Non of Cincinnati will preach for Dr ThMUon in the Ililou Char b next Aaeay moraine at 11 oclock Dr Taoaiiwm and Rv Mr Hudson will oo4art revival services every ntaat next week at Narrow nap President Frost will preach at Blue Lick next iuuday evening Kd a re of Oreenelwrr Indiana pent Commencement week In Btrea H L Maker and family of Tuiwola III who alms last week to attend iomm o MHent ewrclses and also tor n few days visit with kU mother and sad friend have returned home Mr Baker Is an old Semi student haY ing attended school hats la the Ws Albert Rkkttell has boee here for the past few days visiting with Ms mother and other friend airs Saute Baker accompanied by li r in and also her ntece Mrs Meg lie Oat spent Sunday afternoon with friction near Klnavton For the convenience of borrowers of till Berea Dank nnd Tract Company the Directors have appointed a Loan Committee which will Seat Wedno day and Saturday evening of caoli week at two odook to pass on all applications for loans Those who will need accommoda tlons on qulok notice will h mire to get tholr applications In not later than two oclock on Wednesdays or Saturdays AppllcatioiM received after two P M Wednesday evening cannot bo pawed on until the following Saturday + BURBA BANK AND TRUST CO Houses and Gardens for Rent Cull on O D lltllidny nt the Boron Bank and Trust Company My Hair is- ExtraLongL Feed your hair nourish It i nlvc it something to live on Then it will stop falling and will grow long and heavy flyers Hair Vigor Is the only 11 hairfood you can buy For 1 60 years it has been doing lust what we claim it will do It will not disappoint you Mrhtlr nd tit e nr short lint titer- n1ugAerheir I roe and bow IW rtaburttimellbegan- to fourteen melee lone a trndldrenltlomafterbelug IniMt eolon-dulehoRanyhartiL7nDlriu MMto 01 r Co Lowell atuAlso IIIDraota of 9 SARSAPAU1LLA ers CHERRY PILLS PECTQIUk T = = u x Item Gideon A Iturgems D O inner pastor of the Dwm Ckrck- Is now prMtebhiK nt PMvrttitlMt It L D4 sands incUBCi to HWM trlindi trout No lIT Newport ILVMM Mr and Yrs Dory KAOT rod two wall ehlldnft ot Tuiuola tUlnoto rtaracd IIOBM Monday titter a peeks TMt with Mr Bakers motor Mn flallle Baker Mines Lillian AmbroM and liar rtet Bylr are attending the Y W C A Convention at Aafeerllle N C Mr J P Blckaoll and T D Todd art planning to start on a trip the 18th to Panhandle Texan and otbeI- II1feN of Interest In the west return tug home thru the Inllan Territory Mm Ann Hudton of Dreyfat Ky pent fiaturdsy with her danghter- Mrs Frank Hay MlM KstelUt BlekMll has ratura ed home from an axtandad stay In Hazel Green Ky MlM Ittttti Lewis who spent a few day at home dartnx Commencement week nu returned to Richmond I Mr Paul DertMck who has been teeing In Jackson county spent a few day In Berea last week Yrs ti R Baker haa moved her Roods from the old stead OR the oor- Der Into the new stare A number of young people are eaatpioc out on Robes Mountain this week The party U made up of Mlw ea Nora Durdette Kdlthn Spear Louisa Wolf Mess Rathburn Chas I Bordette Cart Hunt Caleb Powers Steward Marsh and Albrrt Hopeou Mr and Mrs A M OaafleM of Lttelttlald Ohio are vtoltlng their Mn and his family hers Mite Praaoea Slmltz an old Bereo Inupold friends hue otWJllahmet In Boron loekoaatloeatnty andDollieunited In marriage at the parsonage weekWednesday IloldlobergICy familyMr and Mrs Prank Amos from Brasafleld wore vtsltlug relntlvea nnd and friends hero last week Mr and Mrs Green Sliomoro both former students of Boreo now of Ice cliff Ky are vliltlntr Mr CAnt Lowls and family E L nobln on L C iloWhorter nnd Dory Baker wore In Richmond Saturday I Mr Floyd Kldds father of Wallace ton Is spending a few days hero with him Miss Laura Sponce who has been visiting Mrs Maggie Spence has returned to hor homo In Ionia ICy Miss Bertha Robinson entertained quite a number of young folks nt her homo last Friday evening The tot lowing people were present Misses Matilda Cook Bottle Hardln Martha Spurlock Mary Quillen Martha Rouse and Messrs Ernest Bonder John Gay Ulysess Burgess Tom Logsdon Urm ston Lewis and Robert Moye Miss Martha Rouse who has been trimming hats for Mrs Coddington and Mrs Jones returned to her home in Cincinnati Monday I I ootaoroSOBoSOsoUoeo oeo5oeo 0 Itemso I 0 o HERE AND THER- Eoiolorooososo5oeoSoloso 0o Lottie Osborno came back to at tend the Alumni Meeting utter two years of teaching Tho following officers of tho Alumni were elected for the ensuing three years Hon E F White president Mrs Jennie Lester Hill vice president Ellis Seale treasurer and secretary and Mrs MolUe Dodge Miss Corwin nnd Ed Smith as board of censors to arrange for tho next reunion Increased interest Is felt by the older members of the Alumni In tho affairs of the Collegg and they gave tholr support to administration in tho solutions of tho problems now before tho College Mrs Charlotto Holbrook of Green Mall Ky was one of the Commence mont visitors and brought an unus ually fine display of her weaving for exhibition aV the Homospun Fair one being n counterpanofwoven by a very old colonial draft from cotton In Krfn tuoky hand grown hand spun and hand woven by a lady In Owsloy county Mm C A Creech of Maulden Ky wan an exhibitor r t the Homespun Hair for the first time The Wad exhibit from all of tho southern states but two which was promised for r Hoiieepun fair did not arrive in time owing to the ab senor of Mr Wade In South Dakota It win be sent later and a special ox JilWt will be beld Mr J Tboinpeo Baker claw of UN la slowly working back towards Bereft He began his distinguished educational career in Kansas sod J Tliominon linker paeeed from there to Mtaeoari He now I appears aa president of the Frank Hughes Collet of Clifton Teen froC II Mason ot CtoclanaU la spending 1OtIM weeks In limes rest tog He baa Jtttt reigned hta place as Secretary of religious work with aeeeptIa position u aaalitant pastor ot the Ninth Street Baptist Church of that cityMr and Mrs Gamble start from Berea Friday morning on their BUm- mer vacation They will first attend the Students Conference at Daavllle where Mr Gamble will have charge of the mule Mlsa Cora Marah will leave Berea test week to spend her vacation at her home In Wisconsin The following people from Berea vlll attend the Y M C A Students I Conference at Danville Ky begin ning Friday of next week Mr and Mrs Gamble Prof mine HlIiC- lark A M Row Alfred Meeee Prod Rltter O R Combe1 Riley l1jIndTho following students have been oommtialoned bf the American Sunday School union to do Sunday otlJCentuokH II Follmy to Owsley county A M Ross nnd Bverott lUrk Kuott county Arthur Dalley and Simon Kelley to Knott county Henry InI RUeyiDoggsMiss Raymond will leave Berea and Junol11thgala N Y whore silo will spend per vacation Francos Schultz who lots been teaching at Tougaloo Miss was here for Commencement and will spend the summer at Norwalk Ohio Miss Fonn of Wlnsted Conn has been spending a week with Miss Welsh nnd they will leave Thursday to visit Boston Washington and other places of Interest In tho cast Mr and Mrs Rigby leave Thurs for Iud where lIr1 thelJsummat the Alumni Meeting were Hon E F White of Indianapolis Ind Joseph M Rogers Literary Editor of the Philadelphia Penn Enquirer Rev W E Barton pastor First Congregational Church Oak Park Ill Ed Smith Editor of the Panta graph Richmond Ky E S Fee on son of John G Fee was ABBOIclatlon Altmml Reunion Wallace A Battle president c C the Okolona Industrial at School Okolona gave the principal address at the public meeting of the Alumni Mr Battle Is doing a great work among the colored people and Is receiving tho hearty support of the white people of Okolona He reports n year of hard work and large results Office Hour of College Treniurer toritransnctl11 every morning except Sundays and legal holidays Do not waste time enquiring about him at other times Town llonnt Sleeting The Berea Village Board met Tues day night It ordered the payment of claims for street repairs amounting to 11775 C S Rogers presented a bond as collector of taxes which was accepted Ho is to proceed at once with the collection of the 1907 taxes The marshal was directed to en force tho law as to gates that open across tho sidewalk also to see that all premises in the corporation are put Into sanitary condition Pago three JunoLoxlngton The dlvl slon of n 210000 estate among heirs In half a dozen different states is In volved in a suit brought hero It was brought by George S Shanklin execu I tor of the estate of Sirs Scotia Schen oweth tho Hill Streot Methodist church and tho trustcos the ML Horeb Presbyterian church and its trustees tho Lexington Cemetery company and SL Josephs hospital of this city ask ing he court to construo the will and determine what the parties whose names appear In tho petition are anti tled to TLe amount given to tho par ties yarned Is 14S000 Tho estate Is over 30000 The heirs reside in Kentucky Virginia Pennsylvania North Carolina Tennessee and other states LEAVES MOUNTED MAN DEHJND Old Soldier Runs Away From Police- manr and the Workhouse LexlagtOB Ky Juno 7To escape a worUumee sentenoa Frank Tatraan an exConfederate soldier ran a taco with a mounted polloenwn and won Tatman who la sixtyfire years old returned tat night from the Richmond Va Confederate reunion He had been drinking and was aerated and brought before Police Judge Riley lie pleaded go hard for Jnafoj that viaiI with Ute officers hone fled won by three feet He waa Iramedlatelr re leaned Several hundred people saw the race HAD MUCH Two Walters Held As Susppols De cause They Had the Goods New York Jane 8 Alleged stolen Jewelry valued at thousands of dollars was recovered by the poHea and two Walter Costa Meras 30 years old and Bmanuel Cardlkae 22 were arrested as suspects The poll fro say that when arrested Maras had In his poaseaalon a diamond studded Jewel cane worth at leant 10000 In a room occupied by Cnrdlkes was found ao oordlng to the police a costly gold bound band bag and pawn tickets representing articles of great value The police believe tho goods were stolen from hotels and restaurants TRAIN RUINS INTO SWITCH Two Railroad Employes Perhaps Fa tally Hurt In Kentucky Wreck 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the Detroit of fIclal who has declared that one of his stories Is literary Junk Henry James says that be has never heard an American woman say thank you Poor fellow what bad company he must have kept in his native land Do something different every day Get out of bed with a different leg first every morning Thus Julian Hawthorne who evidently expects us to remain in bed after the second day A South Carolina paper opines that the tone of a bullfrog Is the sweetest note In natures music Theres no accounting for tastes as the old wom an said when she kissed tho cow Sir Frederick Treves saya that Lon don fogs must be abolished to save the lives of the people Send for some live Yankee und he will find a method to concentrate them and use them for irrigation John L asdefinition ot a mollycoddlea guy who says fudge when he ought to be sending right and left to the jawIs unnecessarily prolix A guy wfio says fudge would be sufficient The nation is given to understand by the action of the president in waiving a cabinet meeting to Junp hurdles that physical exercise is as Important toward good citizenship as the exertion of gray matter There was quite a uiystery about the bridal of Miss Terry who in spite of her spinster prefix is now making happy a third husband The poet must have had her In mind when be said Time cannot wither nor custom stale her infinite variety Brave as Kurokl Is he cannot fail to see manifold reasons In America why he should have the welfare of his own country in mind when he says that he hopes the bonds between the United States and Japan will be strengthened with the passing years When a roan gambles and doesnt win and then speculates and loses a few times his wife is fully persuaded that bo does It on purpose to keep her out of that exalted station in life where she wonld be such a bright and shining ornament It never occurs to her says the Nashville American that she might dazzle a few where she Is at Tufikegee institute now owns 2069 acres of land 83 buildings dwellings dormitories classrooms shops and barns live stock farm implements etc all valued at 185000 Besides it has 22400 acres of public lands grant ed by congress valued at 135000 aad an endowment fund of 1275000 The Institute now has over 1800 pupils la all Its departments and is growing very year In a railway carriage perched aa a cliff overhanging the Severs near Bridgnorth England lives Henry Hudson a man who has traveled ex tensively published more than ono novel and written for scientific maga zines He adopted his strange mode of life partly from a love of nature says an English correspondent He builds coracles which he sends to Norway and has Invented socks made from wood which are being consid Bred by ttUI Jlrttlsh military authori ties TLr1Jn autu SjntibraitttH fn Shtitmta Atiaunwmtt By CARLOS MONTEZUMA I J J HOUGH it has taken tho government a long time seemingly to reach a correct conclusion regarding its reservation policy it probably is true that it has been for some time clearly ad wised of its mistakes in the matter Assuming therefore that the system has met with just and lasting condemnation and is doomed to abolishment within as short a time as practicable there yet ore other pitfalls to be avoided pending the important changes that are at hand for the Indians Particularly here would we call attention to the tenacious adherence by the got crnmcnt officials charged with direct control of Indian affairs to the practice of perpetuating by way of public exhibition the scenes habits and characteristics of early Indian life emphasizing them as if they here absolute and permanent conditions and trails adapted and peculiar to the Indians thus presenting a formidable obstacle and hindrance to their absorption into the civilization of the country What may be the ultimate purpose or motive if there be any on the part of the authorities for so doing we will not endeavor at this timo to discover It seems to us to be a fact however that tho loaning of n large or small assembly of Indians from the reservations as exhibits at expositions fairs and private enterprises togeflior with implements relies and socalled curios which may or may not have been a part of the paraphernalia of Indian life do not and cannot in any way contrib ute in the least toward the one purpose only worthy of consideration viz the bringing of the Indinn into the civilization by which he it sur rounded On the contrary it seems to us apparent that the practice is Contradictory of the declared intention of the government to aillas best it can the complete separation of the Indian from everything pertaining to his former degraded and unprofitable life So as men progress stop by step to higher things thoir backs are turned upon the lower planes of existence where they gladly leave nil things pertaining thereto As man in his advancement must take on the cares and responsibilities incident to his progress so he should be left unineumbcred of things belonging to the dead past The Indian will have qujto enough burdens to carry in the work which lies before him while endeavoring to adapt himself to the better conditions to which civilization invites him without being handicapped with a mass of worthless truck gathered from an unfruitful past Thoso who know the Indian as a man are aware of Ute fact that he has no desire to dwell upon or Were over the scenes and incidents of his past existence but is ready and willing to forget then while preparing himself for the higher and better lifo that awaits him Let us therefore give him all possible aid in the laudable work of laying oft the old and taking on the new I1rrrl nf 1 itrrnn cIInurth BY DR NEWELL DWIGHT HILLIS nr Any ono who will- study the quern for years visit thoagaiuuon afternoons and the courtrooms on Mon day will return with the conviction that the need of the hour is for chil drens courts and for childrens udlcs are really educators Only a great heart has any right to sit in judgment on a child Some judges well equipped for analyzing constitutional ques tions viewed in relation to trying a child are nothing but animated butcherknives Put a robe on a tomahawk and let n boys scalp stand for his wig and you have this judge glaring down at children while un der his breath he mutters Ill show the little devil l Thomas Arnold of Rugby is the type of man for the bench of a juvenile court Arnold put his arms around boys like Tom Brown at Rugby and turned many an incorrigible into a noble and praiseworthy citizen We all have known at least one or two men whose names are the very synonyms for integrity and financial honor who in boyhood committed a crime which the father made good in secrecy Had these boys been discovered and brought into some of our city courts they would have been sentenced publicly branded put into a reform school where some of the boys are moral degenerates and so these judges woujd have cost society some of its noblest and best citizens For the true judge has the vision that distinguishes between the boy had gone down once in a weak hour and the second boy who is in danger of becoming a habitual transgressor both of whom should be kept away forever from tho State reform schoolwhere are boys who representing a third class are moral degenerates Witness a boy who was recently examined by a family physician because he insisted on trying to kill everything he saw He was born of a father who was drunk when the infant began its career It is not enough that the judge of the juvenile court knows the law and knows the facts he must also have moralvision and skill to read human nature like an open book He must be above the boy and girl who have transgressed as a mother is above the babe she loves as the surgeon is above the patient for whose life he is struggling as the teacher is above the truant and then his sentence wll heal not hurt will save and not destroy WI1r wrnt t1tUiUt Wi rout By REV ROBERT S GORDON Milwaukee Sunday who who that A man may sing hymns and be no more religious than a phone graph Religion does not consist in externals j it is an affair of the soul In this world the man who is sincerely trying to live a spiritual life has a fight on his hands He must unsheatli n sword and cut his way to tho throne He ought to bring every faculty of his soul into line for the great fight Memory rightly used may become a valiant helper In jail awhile ago I saw a tramp who illustrated the use sonic people make of their memories When arrested he had a large sack full of all sorts of useless rubbish salmon cans and pickle bottles The police had to use force to get the stuff away from him There are people who have made their memory into a bag in which they carry around grudges and imaginary grievances That makes a galling load and is the poorest pos sible luggage Dig a hole and bury the stuff and erect no monument over it I saw two sisters reconciled awhile who1 had not spoken to each other for 13 years They lead each4 held one little thing up no close lo their eyes that nothing else could be seen Forget it M TAFTS HIGH HOPES PRESIDENTIAL PROSPECTS OF THE OHIO MAN He U Greatly Admired as Citizen Jurist and Statesman But Lead- Ing Protectionists Question Whether He Is Sufficient ly Sound In Their Economic Faith Events of an unusual character have conspired to project into the arena of public discussion tho asplra lions ot lion William H Taft for nomination as the Republican candl date for president of tho United States Fully 14 months prior to the assembling of the national convention Mr Taft cornea out In the open as a seeker after this great distinction With almost equal openness the declaration la made that ho Is the administration candidate In a recent issue of the Morning Call of Paterson appears a significant letter from one of the foremost cltl tens of New Jersey Cal William Dar bour chairman of the executive com mltteo of the American Protective Tariff League as follows New York April 29 l10iTo the Editor of the Call In last Saturdays Call under the heading Taft Doom In the State you printed an article that would lead the reader to sup pose that Secretary Taft was the choice of the Republican party In New Jersey to succeed President noose veltHaving had the privilege of rep resenting tho Sixth district at so many national conventions may I say for myself and on behalf of the many iriends I have consulted that when the time cornea to nominate the next president who will undoubtedly be named by the Republican party the state of New Jersey can select a bet ter protectionist to occupy tho White House than Mr Taft ulf we are to continue to enjoy the prosperous times to which we art entitled so long as our country Is blessed with bountiful crops tho tar- Iff must be let alone and Mr Taft must speak out on this great question as McKinley did and Vice President Fairbanks has before visiting con gressmon can hope to make many friends for Mr Tuft In the great manufacturing state of Now Jersey Very truly yours WILLIAM BARBOUR When Col Harbour thus early ralsct the question whether Judgo Taft Is a good enough protectionist to com mand the support of a great Industrial state like New Jersey it Is an evl don co that the time has arrived when the Taft candidacy must be taken seri ously Only a few days previous to the publication of tho Harbour letter Hon Theodore E Burton represen tative In congress from Ohio paid a visit to New Jersey The object of this visit was clearly revealed In a speech before a New Jersey audience appealing for New Jerseys undivided support of the Taft candidacy As Col Darbour has a rather larger In terest In New Jersey affairs than the Ohio congressman can possibly have and as the moment for plain speaking had plainly arrived it seems both natural and proper that a protest should be filed against the unripe assumption that New Jersey was go Ing to be solid for an Ohio aspirant Col Barbour questions whether so doubtful a protectionist as Judge Taft can command the solid support of tho Now Jersey delegation In next years Republican national convention Many vrotectlonlstn havo similar doubts as- to the delegations from other states It Is believed that even In Ohio Mr Tafts own state there are many such protectionistsThis to the Taft can didacy Is based upon no feeling of III will toward the man himself Far from It Secretary Taft Is warmly esteemed and greatly admired for his splendid abilities as jurist and statesman He is Indeed a most lovable sort of a man albeit a strong fighter and a hard hitter Ho fights in the open and what ho says you can do pend on But Is ho a protectionist Mr Tafts strenuous advocacy of free trade In Philippine products com peting with the products of American agriculture stamps him as a devoted friend of the semi servllo and half savage Filipino but It does not make him out a protectionist- Mr Tafts persistence in the matter of purchasing in foreign markets materials and supplies for the construction of tho Panama canal was doubtless actuated by a desire to en forco strict economy in tho canal ex penditures but it was a mistaken economy the economy of those who urge that the right thing to do is to buy everything in the cheapest mar ket and that a protective tariff that gives the home market to home pro ductlcn and labor IIi morally wrong The congress took issue with Secretary Tufts economic Views and or dered him to spend American money in American mills and factories Early In the campaign of 190C Mr Taft made a speech in Maine In which be pronounced for immediate revision downward of the DIngley tariff Doubtless he honestly believed It to be true when he said that Republican sentiment demanded tariff revision without delay But he was mistaken In that belief mlctakcn in supposing that the sentiment of the Boston brood of tariff rippers was the senti ment of tho whole country lIe was speaking in Maine and Maine was then and now is practically a unit against any disturbance of tho tariff To gratuitously lug in his Individual opinion that tariff revision was the pressing need of tho hour was nnnei the circumstances of questionable propriety It was not what a good protectionist would have done That Col Bnrbour in his letter to the Call has voiced the general view ot protectionists we think Is beyond question Ills rank In the world oi Industry finance and business together with his official relation toward tho American Protective Tariff league and his many years of con spicuous Identification with Republican politics In New Jersey combine to give his declaration more than or dlnary significance It Is well that Secretary Tafts early and frank avow al of his presidential aspirations should be met by an equally early and frank avowal that it ho is to stand well with protectionists he must declare himself n protectionist In terms of unmistakable certainty Tho next nominee of tho Republican party for president of the United States Is go Ing to be a protectionist Current developments along the lino of conces alone and relaxations all point that way A rebound back to sane and consistent protectionism Is certain to occur and It will be due in 1908 WHOLE IDEA IS WRONG State department Errs In Effort to Revile Tariff When even Democratic newspapers deprecate Invasions ocrow tho border line which separates tho respective powers and functions of the legislative and executive branches of our government the situation takes on a serious aspect The new York Amer lean has no love for the protcctl o tariff system but It gravely quostlonn whether that system can or ought to be changed by an edict of the secre tary of state without the concurrence of congress In a well considered and ably written editorial In the American ot May 2 the conclusion Is reached that Tills method of deal ng with a matter of national magnitude Is wrong and dangerous It threatens disturb ance to our whole foreign trade This presupposes the truth of tho reports that In the new dicker with Germany tho spirit and Intention ot the DIngtoy tariff law have been sub verted to an extant that will revolt tlonlio customs methods of appraise- ment and collection Unfortunately tho supposition turns out to to correct Our gifted state department has for the time being taken over the authority to revise Ute tariff sohod ulos downward A THREATENING TROPICAL CYCLONE A Serious Question Referring to the proposed transfer of the tariff making prerogative from the United States congress to the ex port and expert undorvaluers of Germany the Bulletin of the American Iron sad Steel Association remarks- If the reader will compare the concessions made to Germany with the forecast made by the correspondent of the American Economist he will see that our government has shamelessly yielded to tho German demand that not the true value of German exports to this country but the value placed upon them by the exporters is to bathe guide to our customs officials In assessing duties When did congress glvo to the president the authority to set aside and absolutely nullify the plain provisions of our tariff sched ulesThe practical repeal of the customs administrative sections of the DIngley law Is accomplished if the reported concessions arc carried out Congress has explicitly laid down certain rules for the ascertainment of tho values of I imports If the state department sets aside these rules so that German ex porters and not United States apprais ing nfllclals may determine such val ues are not the power and authority of congress In effect usurped It is moro than possible that this ques tlon will be brought up In congress Have Kept Things Steady This Is no time for standpatters The foregoing is one of the recent declarations of George P Hummer the Democratic candidate for congress In the Fifth district This sarcastic reference to Republicans who do not favor repeal of the DIngley bill or any drastic tariff changes has been repeated from time to time for several past years These years have been thd best this country has over known Had it not been for the positions held by the socalled standpatters the changes and experiments proposed six or eight years ago would have been entered upon Thero are few Americans who are not now glad that these demands for changes were re slated and prevented Those who now are asking for changes In policies and conditions are those who did their best to prevent present policies and present conditions Houghton Mich Gazette QUARTERLY REVIEW SunitySchoolLettoalor 231907 Specully Prepared for Tbli Pl 8CU1PTVHS mADiNO ron tJt Alt TKHI lm 1M1I1- aOLDKN TBXT FOR QlTAnTBIl when thou pauMt through the water I will be vtlth thee and through rtrrs they shall not overflow thceI U Points of Each Lesson Lesson 1 Persons Isaac Uebekah Esau Angels Jehovah Places Ueer sheba Bethel Tlrao Jacob 67 years old Teachings Gods presence and protection Progress of EventsThe covenant renewed Lesson 2 Persons Rachel Lean Leban the angel Esau Places Har an Penuel Hebron TimeTwenty- or 40 years in Haran Teachings How to get Gods blessing Procrcst of Events Jacob becomes Israel Lesson 3 Persons Isaac Jacob Judah Reuben etc Ishmaelltes plactS Hebron Shcchem Uothan Time Joseph 17 years old Teaching The evil of envy Progress ol events Israelites la contact with EgyptLesson 4 Persons Potlphar Pot phnr1 wife chief butler chief baker Places Tunis or Hollopolls Time Thirteen years Teachings The strength of purity and fidelity Progress of Events Joseph on the way to InfluenceLesson 5 Persons Pharaoh Hyk sos chief butler Asenath Place Tunis or Hollopolls Time Seven years of plenty two years of famine Teachings Wisdom brings power Progress of Events Joseph preserves EgyptLesson 6 Persons Pharaoh Jacob the brothers Places Tanls or Hellop Us Land of Goshcn Time Joseph 39 years old Teachings The Joy of for fclvcness Progress of EventtlThe Israelites go to Egypt Lesson 7 Persons Israelite over seers Hnmeses iL Places Goshen Plthnm Itaamaot Time Two hundred and fifteen of 430 years Teachings Gains from nmictlon Progress of Hvcnts Israelites Inoreasd to 2000 000 Lesson a Parsons Amram Jocbe bed Miriam Pharaohs daughter Ptace Memphis ef Tunis Time Moses first 40 years Teachings Preservation Patriotism PaUwwe ItogreM of BvenU The riM of a great loedur Lesson 9 Pontons Jehovah Jrthrn Aaron the alders Menephtan Plea lend of Mldlan ML honk Time Moses second 40 yours Teachings The cull of duty Progress of events PINt steim In the exodus Lesson 10 lnaJehoak Aaron Menephtah magicians Israelites Places Zoan or Memphis all Bgypi Time Nine or ten months Teach IngsDoom of evil deliverance of Gods people Progress of Events Israel obtains release from bondage Lesson 11 Persons Jcbovob Men cphtah Israelites Miriam Places Goshen Ktbnm Red sea TIme About one week Teachings Doom of evil deliverance of Gods people Progress of Events Israels escape from Egypt Review Methods Map Review Use a map which includes Palestine Egypt and Metope tamla If you have nand copy one from a teachers Illblc In rough out line on a largo sheet of paper or a blackboard Provide circles of card board marked JouJo and Mo iGet the class to pin those upon the t places where Jacob Joseph and Moses lived or visited For Jacob those will be successively Ueersheba Bethel Harau Venue Hebron for Joseph Hebron Dothan Toni or Hellopolls forMosrs Memphis or TanlsHellopolls the land of Mldlan Horeb Memphis again the land of Goshen Etham the Red sea The scholars wilt take turns fattening on these circles and as each Is put In place something wlil be told about the event that occurred at that locality When the class are able to place these circles correctly removing them and replacing thorn several times then tako strings a different color for each of the three characters and get the scholars to stretch them from one pin to another to represent tho journeys taken by each The Three Heroes Review Each scholar will be asked a week In ad vance to choose ono of the three heroes ot the quarters lessonJacobJ- oseph or Moses and prepare a five minute or tbrccmlnuto essay upon him to be lead tho next Sunday The teacher of course will see to It that each hero Is treated In about the same number of essays The tour Countries Review Di vide tho class inlet groups each group to study together for this review There will be tout groups each to study one of the four countries which our quarters lessons have entered Canaan Mesopotamia Egypt and tho land of Mldlan Each group will be prepared to tell what events of tbo quarter occurred In Its country and of how that country Influenced the pros TUSK of the Hebrew history The Large Problems Review This I form of review Is best adapted to adult classes It will consist of a series of essays or talks on tho following topics Steps In the development of tho Hebrews as a nation Steps In lhu development of the HebranV knowl edge of God How these lessons II tustrato Gods overruling of the mis takes and sins of men Proof of the authenticity ot those narratives Lea sons of the quarters study for modern times Chief lessons of the quar ter for the Individual Christina Some of these topics may best bo rooted by a erzcrul discussion 1- f rl HORTICULTURE MARKINCVMOWS Unique Method Followed by an Ohlo Gardener The old saying More crops grow In crooked than In straight rows may find favor with some growers but celery growers get best results from straight rows Straight rows look moro workmanlike and In culti rating blanching and harvesting etralght celery rows ire a necessity To enable ono man to mark out straight rows In tho quickest posMblo way wo stretch two strong cotton lines which cost us about 26 cents apiece where tho first two rows are to be ray three feet apart From a garden drill we remove all the seeding attachments and run the drill wheels over tho first lino from a to a llcforo running back on sec ond line b to b wo put tho stako of line ono from a to c When wo ar Diagram for Marking Row A rlvo at b stake of line ono Is moved from a to C which puts the line In position for marking the third row Before running tbo wheel on the third row from o to Co stake of lint two at b Is moved to d When ar riving at e stako ut b Is moved to d which puts line two in position for the fourth row etc For lung rows continue the writer In Orange Judd Farmer we use one measuring stick at each end of the rows and ono In tho middle Tho mid die stick Is quelled in the ground against the lion to prevent tho wind from displacing the line When we plant day after day we do not take up the linos at night but simply loosen one end to prevent tbulr brooking from shrinkage Tho time to wind up the lino would met far more than they are worth We can better afford to buy now lines My every two 3 eats BLACK LOCUST It Supplies the Best Lasting Post Tim ber to De Found I Ulaok locust Is one of the most POP latent deciduous trees that wo have to reproduce Itself from the roots and hence it Is essential that ono study this particular variety so as to know the right time to out It If It Is to bo killed at tho root Grubbing out tho trees and cutting them down at differ ent seasons of the your has been tried If you want the timber to last long In the ground locust should be out In August or September but If you desire to kill the trees they should bo cut In July and then In Sep tember the stumps should bo peeled The next spring an occasional sprout will show from tho roots These will have to be treated Iho same as you would woods to get rid of them The black locust says Farmers Tribune f Is one of tho bOlt lasting post timbers y wo have and should bo planted out rn the prairie farms more than It Is for this ono Item of post timber We do not think It will lost equal to the osage orange but It Is equal to red cedar and can bq produced on ground at a much lower price than we have to pay for posts at the lumber yard 4 PRUNE NOW June II an Excellent Month to Trim the Trees It may bo all right to advise prun ing whenever your knife Is sharp but really tbo best time Is during May and June for during these months trees make their quickest and most vigor ous growth and tho wounds made by pruning will heal quicker now than at any other season of the year The quicker tho wound heals the better for the tree Many old horticulturists say prune when tho leaves are na big as squirrels ears If pruning Is dono before this time the wound Is apt to bleed and will not heal so readily If largo limbs are taken off paint tho ntnbJ so that they will not dry out and crack open Hero Is where many make a blunder sayn Indiana Farmer They leave too much stub In the first place and It Is probably split down ono plde Before tho wound Is healed over thin stump in cracked and decay sets In While you are at It do a good clean job and sharp knives and sharp SAWS will help you do it De Good Work A word about spraying Do particu r tar about It Do good work Know what you are going after and then use tho stuff that kills To do n good job ef spraying ono must know all about Insects and fungus diseases their habits and then know what remedies to use and when to do tho work Eating More Fruit Speaking of the future possibilities ot orchard products an old nursery man says Where a dollars worth of fruit was consumed ten years ago ten dollars worth Is wanted now tin- lees all slg4JaJIOtC hundred dollars Worth will be required In tea years frost now I DO YOU SPRAY Its the Only Protection Against Dl eases and Insects Plant diseases and Insects aro do- Ing so much damage to the orchards and gardens In Oklahoma that It has become necessary to protect tho plants by some artificial means says a communication from the Oklahoma station Tho method of destroying the diseased and wormy fruit and foil age Is of great value If persistently carried out This cannot be done In so thorough a manner however na to destroy all the diseased and insects present and a few left over and those that will come from neighboring farms will produce a dangerous num ber next year Tho cheapest and most practical method ot protecting plants from diseases and Insects Is spraying The ideal method Is to spray thoroughly and then destroy all diseased fruit leaves and trash about the orchard and garden Either meth od la good when used alone and the value of each Is greatly increased when used together Spraying solutions are divided into two general classes Those designed to prevent tho attacks of fungus dis eases nre called fungicides and those unsigned to destroy or prevent the at tacks of insects are called Insecti cides Fungicides protect the plants by preventing the fungus diseases from gaining a foothold on the plants The solutions are composed of materials that destroy the germinating spores where It comes In contact with them The copper and sulphur compounds are the mot effective materials used In tbeso solutions Most of tho fun gus disrates of plants that can be prevented by spraying reproduce by means of two kinds of spores One kind of spore Is produced in the spring and summer and germinates soon after maturity If the spore finds lodgment on tender growing parts of tho plant and a favorable amount of heat and moisture are present germin ation and growth Immediately follow If those spores do not soon germinate they lose their vitality This proems of germination growth and fruiting gop8 on during the spring and sum mOT tate In the season another kind of spore In produced which Is capable of pasting through the winter and germinating the following spring The germinating spore sends the roots dl really Into the tissue of the plant un loss it Is a surface growing fungus In which ease tho roots spread over the surface of the plant If the plants are covered with a good fungicide when the spores germinate the spore will U killed OUGHT OF PEAS The Green Varieties Are Most Strik ingly Affected In 1901 the damage In Ohio from this blight was apparently greater than In previous years It was first noticed en French Juno peas which had been sown with oats as a forego crop on the experiment station farm A close nxamlnatlon of tho diseased plants showed that tho stems had been attacked nt many points fro quently as high as one and onehall feet from tbo ground though most severely n rtbe ground where ihe disease starts On the leaves wore orbicular or oval dead spots oneeighth to onehalf Inch In diameter Perhaps the most Important thing in connection with tho life history of tho fungus Is that the vegetative part I Blight Fungus on Leaves or mycelium infecting these spots of the pods grows through the husk Into the need Frequently It grows entirely through the pod forming similar spots on both sides When the fun gus jsrowa Into the seed brown spots may be formed on the surfaco In the worst cases half the surface In frequently discolored and the seed ad beres to tho pod Those areas are much moro striking on green colored peas such as the Market Garden va riety than on the yellowish varieties such as tho Admiral Care of Spruce Plantation Tho trees require no cultivation after planting Their great tolerance enables them to survive tho shade of brush and weeds and eventually to overtop them The greatest enemy of the spruce Is fire which Should be carefully excluded from plantations Spruce standsshould never be severely thinned as the shallow root system renders the trees liable to be thrown by the wind This damage is especial ly great In opposed situations In case such destructive agencies as in sects or fungi appear specimens accompanied by an account of the cha actcr of the Injury should bo sent to the department of agriculture fQr Identification and recommendations fur their controlU S Forestrr JJu rear CURSED WITH SUICIDE MANIAI THAT HAD DRAGGED THEIR FORBEARS TO DEATH Wee Sisters Drink of Deadly Poison Dozen Previous Attempts Had Proved Futile Cleveland 0 June BHelen CurUt 11 and Marguerite Cutls 10 tried to commit suicide at noon Friday Tbl was the last of A series of attempts which they had made at self destruo tlon Friday night Marguerite died and soon afterward Helen They bad a mania for suicide said their grandmother Mrs Helen Curtis The children ate rat poison In the cellar of their grandmothers home on Lakota street They were taken to St Johns hospital unconscious The doc torn worked over them unceasingly for hours Their grandmother ascribes their desire to die to an hereditary Impulse She says their mother and their maternal grandmother were simi larly afflicted In the family now besides the grand mother are her three eons Frank brother of the two little girls and Clarabel a sister Frank Is 8 and Clarabel 4- Marguerite and Helen found a can of rat poison on a shelf In the cellar It seemed an answer to a yearold de sire They knew It was poison that It had the power to kill Often they had told their grandmother that they wish ed to die by their own hands One of them pulled down the can and opened it Then they looked at each other Frank coming down the stairway found Clarabel sitting on the lower step She was watching her sister with wide wondering eyes As Frank stood there aghast one of the chldlren drank deep of the poison the other seized upon the ran and followed her sisters example With a cry of fright Frank sped back to the upper part of tho house By this time his grand mother coming from the kitchen had reached the top of the stairs Before Frank could tell Mrs Curtis what had happened Marguerite staggered up the stairs Her face was like chalk She bold a small shaking hand against her breast In the presence of the death for which she had often wished she was afraid Granma she whispered Im dyingThen she fell on the floor uneon anllllookedpoison had made her very sick She choked and there was a green stain on her lips The grandmother once a nurse and knowing that instant action was necessary ran for household reme dies As she did 110 Helen came up the stain With her the pollen had bad longer to act She could scarcely walk tier face too was nahen And In her eyes was the fear which had come to Marguerite Death actually was not what her perverted fancy had painted It For a moment ut the head of the fclalra she gazed at the boy and at the aged woman Then she wavered and silently dropped to the floor Mr Curtis applied antidotes and a doctor was railed Administering what remedies he had with him he ran to a telephone and called an ambulance In this both children were hurried to the hospital Later Marguerite died anC then her sister followed BIG TOURING CAR Hit By Train and Two People Are Fatally Injured Camden N J June SA large tour ing automobile was struck by a passenger train on the Pennsylvania railroad at A crossing near here and the four occupants of Ujo car were thrown out and Injured Two of them Mrs Eliza beth Henderson aged 31 and Mrs Prank Blackson aged 29 both of Philadelphia will die The other occupants C E Henderson husband of ono of the injured women and H W Drommer of Landlngvlllo Pa wore but slightly hurt The party was traveling to Trenton N J and It Is said attempted to gd over the crossing ahead of the train Window Dropped on Girls Neck Wautoma Wla June REmma Fro ter daughter of a Mt Morris township farmer was the victim of a curious ac cldent The girl went to schoolhouse early to decorate it before the arrive of tho teacher Finding the door lock ed she attempted to climb through a window The block of wood on which she stood slipped and tho window droO- Jlod dawn on childs neck strangling her Her father who later drove past the schoolhouse SAW the little figure hanging from the window He ran to her assistance On nearing the school house ho recognized his daughters dross and a moment later had laic child dead body In his arms Razed by Cyclone Bombay June BA destructive cyclone swept over Kurrachl Several steamers were driven ashore and hard Jy n building remains unwrecketl The casualties have not been reported Murdered end Robbed Melbourne Australia June SJernard Bauer member of a firm of dia mond merchants of this city was found in his office with a crushed Bkull and lie died In a few hours A bag ton laming 50000 worth of gems Is miss ing Shot By Burglars nldgowood KJ June SWhen in pursuit of three burglars Peter Zo brisk of this place and Policeman Herman Jowett were shot and badly wounded The bufglar wade their I escape AN IMPEDIMENT TO CLIMBING Opinion of Alpine Guides as to Effect of Alcohol Is alcohol of use to mountain climb era At a recent meeting In Demo of the Swiss Alpine club Dr Schnyder gave the results of some Inquiries ho hurl made He consulted a number of climbers and found that 72 per cent of them always take wine or liquor along on a tour The guides do tho same Yet there is a consensus of opinion that alcoholic drinks are an Impediment to climbing and should never be taken before the summit is attained except In cases of great de pression or sudden sickness The ef fect of alcohol on brain workers has lately been tested by a similar meth od by a Dutch alienist Dr van Vleu ten who addressed his questions to ICO German men of letters as well as by an association of Swedish stu dents who sought the opinions of artists an well as writers In both those enquetes the majority pronounced the effect of alcoholic drink to be detrimental to Inspiration Au gusto Rodin wrote Alcohol is not for artists Those who seek their In spiration In it are like their works doomed to early oblivion Gustav Frengsen said A thimbleful of alco hol suffices to weaken my faculties BJorustJerne BJornson confessed that If 1 drank only a glass more than his usual amount with his dinner he bad to suffer for It the next day lie has always discarded literary sketches made under the stimulus of wine hav lag found them unnatural or morbid A POOR EXAMPLE I A PAD CAMtf 6POa r I The Boys Ideals are Often Poisoned by His Early Environment A TERRIBLE PICTURE The Ravages Which Alcohol Is Work ing In Norway The published report of Dr Lerop head of the Evreux asylum and a medical health officer of Norway has found Its way into British papers and forms a truly terrible study In the ravages of alcohol The report shows that the consump lob of alcohol In Norway has risen enormously In the last 60 years with the following results The mortality has risen from 22 per cent to 2C per cent the majority of deaths resulting from diseases due to alcohol the number of crimes has In creased from 16 per thousand to 87 tho offenses committed being mainly crimes of violence the majority of which were duo to inebriety- Dr Lerop states as associate facts the rapidly increasing number of men found unfit for military service tho largely Increased number of suicides the birth rate diminished onehalt and tho number of insane quadrupled during this period Holds Saloon Responsible Let America profit by the lesson As a Judge I have faced tho woes the trials the miseries and broken homes of society caused only by the want of a proper solution of this prob lent of problems- Thouaands and thousands of homes hare been broken up caused by tho traffic In Intoxicants- I have divorced 4000 people I have tried no less than 6000 children In the past six years This lamentable social condition Is traceable In a large degree to the sa- loonJudge then E Lindsay Denver Colp Plenty of SelfRespect Mrs McSwillem I should think youd have more selfrespect than to drink tho way you do Mr McSwillem SelfrKpect m dear Im sho full selfrspect m dear that l enter every shloon by back doorN Y Weekly Great Reforms Great reforms arc but the spring tides of evolution the extra pull of the celestial upon the great deep of human possibilities when earth and heaven are In conjunction J 1155 Berea College 1JFOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Place the BUT BDTTOATIOIC im retch of all- Over 10 lastreetere 017 students frem 27 states largest ellege library In Kentucky M SALOf NS A special teacher far each grate and for each tai swbteet Ik aaay classes that eeck student can b placed wits then Mke hmaeU where he caa stake most rapid progreee Which Department Will You Enter sJitfaryoetic and the common branches ta ft in the rifat way DfawfeM Staging Bible Haadwork Lesson iaFaras and HonaebeU Manage meat etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for any wbliaft fcuehed ifth grade tfJM riatiagLearn and Kara barelargelyfag studies to fit a young person fer aa honorable Uet MeM tile Cheloeef Studies is offered ill this count M that a Yman may secure a diploma u Agrienltar and a young lady W Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL years to fit fer kmslaese Ewia part of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY two three and few year course with Latin German Algebra History Science ate fitting for college COLLEGIATE four years Literary Scientific and Classkal asses e with use of laboratories scientific apparatus aad all modern l etb ods The highest educational standards NORMAL three aad four year course fit fer the profession ol teaching First year parallel te 8th grade Model Seheole enable one to get a first class certificate Following year winter aad spring terms give the information culture aad training necessary fet a true teacher and cover branches necessary fer State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Veice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken u aa extra Ia ceaaectioa with aay course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College iIIIOt a moneymaking institution All the money received from students is paid out for their benefit sad the School expends oa an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays in This great deficit w made by the gifts el Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea ierotutIt may train young urea and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protectthe character and reputation of the young people Our students come the best families and are earnest to do well and improve For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra chargeAll except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings and assist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except in win ter it is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so ss to earn from 50 cents to one dollar a week- PIRSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laandry postage hook 04vary with different peeple Berea favors plait clothing Oar ciiraat is the best but as students must attend slaws regardless ef th4 weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoe an necessary The Coeesrttlv Store furnishes books toilet articled umbrellas and other seceosary articles at cost Urine FTisiiri are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which stmdents live enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights anawamg of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week in the fall end 150 ia winter For room furnished fuel lights wash lag of bedding 40 cents a week in fall and spring 50 coats ja winter School Fees are two First a Dollar Deptit u guarantee for return of room key library books etc This is paid but once and U returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help en expenses for care of school buildings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition er services of teachersall our instruction is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students is 500 a term 400 in lower Model Schools 600 in courses with Latin and 700 ia Collegiate courses PaysMBt teat be in adrtAce incidental fee sad room rent by the term board by the month Installments are as fellows Fer Winter Tern 12 weeksFirst day 170 besides 1 deposit 28th day 600 50th day 600 total 29 If paid alt hi advance 28 Fer Spring Tern 10 weeksFirst day 1440 8ttfe day 840 66th day 270 total 8250 If paid all in advance 4200 The two term together paid for ia advance at a reduction of 250 making only 4900 Longer Winter Term 16 weeksFirst day 060 2Mh day 600 56th day 600 84th day 540 M If pate aU in advance 3700- RefaiJiag Students excused to leave ielse end of term weelw back all they have advanced on board sad room exeept that aealt r ante is made for any fraction of a week anda fee of fifty coat k charged for leaving the boarding hall sad fifty cents for leaving a reen in term time There is no refunding of incidental fee It Pays te Stay When you have mule your Jouraey sad are well started in school it pays to stay as long aa possible The Fist Day of winter term k Jaauary 2 1907 For iafermatiae er friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE1 r BEREA KENTUCKY That Premium Knife takes theteyea ef the mien and boys who see it The mountain people like a good thing when they see it and to get a 76 eeat kcife with two blades of razor steel aad a dollar paper tbatie- wgck meeeto the mountain people than any other dollar papee- Ldt keaveerldTiFGtlfelIi The Citixe for One Doted hM bda eIa aisbserlptioea all tke11i See fullpceniiiim llat e pq 1 ia LTHE HOME I Strawberry Preserves Many people cook their preserves too long thus making them dark and over rich with tho flavor of the fruit lost Hull the strawberries the night before preserving them and to a measure of strawberries add from threefourths to an equal amount of sugar The little tongs which come in boxes of candy will bo found con venient for removing the hulls doing the work even better than the fingers Standing in the sugar over night will form all 1ho liquid necessary for pre88lDgIIn the morning pour off the liquid boil and skim then put in the berries and boil just twenty minutes after it begins to boil Seal in dry glasses or Jars Eggs Scalloped With Choose Cut sis hardboiled eggs in slices and put in buttered bakingpan in layers alternating with grated cheese Cover with a white sauce made by rubbing smooth two tablespoonfuls of butter and two tablespoonfuls of flour mixed with one tablespoonful of mustard onefourth teaspoonful of salt and a dash of pepper Cook flour butter nud seasoning together stirring constantly until smooth then add one and one balf cups of hot milkstir until boiling and beat smooth Pour this white sauce over the slicedeggs cover with buttered breadcrumbs and bake fifteen minutes If cheese is not liked buttered breadcrumbs may be used instead ITHE scHOOL I Problems of tho District School iItjr Vrof IHnimorc Part JPractical Teaching 0 It is a test of their ability to master the subject This is one of the most important features of tho lesson period and one that will tax tho ingenuity of tho teacher to the utmost The greatest care and skill isIk needed in probing into the minds of young children without causing little ones to shrink or be frightened into sllencji It requires n kind of painless mental surgery that every teacher should strive to master 7 Tho pupils must have the teachers assistance in determining the important parts and of getting each part into its proper relations with the rest It often requires considerable wisdom to do this As a rule the I should not tell which of two ideas is the more important but hefroActieu should rather poserout the 1lIties that measure the value qf each am i let qualitiesS present Inotvledgo and that which has been learned in other lessons All new knowl edge is gained by means of what we have in store and as fast as the now is gathered it must be properly classified named and placed whore it boo longs in the storehouse of the mind 0 It permits the teacher to fire the minds of tho pupils with new zeal for what is yet to be learned This is one of the delights of teaching to keep pointing to larger fields greater achievements and vaster jKwaibili ties This can be done with perfect safety and assurance because the farther wo climb the broader the view and the more ere hnuting the vision 10 It gives time forth assignment otfthe next lesson HUll the measure of its amount This has already received Attention and need not here be further discussed These are perhaps the principal items to be observed in the lesson period where the main object of the lesson is the acquisition of knowledge or of mental culture If the aim of the lesson should be tho gaining of skill as in a writing or drawing exercise or in the committing of forms such as tables or declensions other features may oome in but tho above are general enough to suit all oases and shouldalways be kept in mind 4 Explaining and Impressing When in any lesson a difficulty arises tint is beyond tho comprehension of the pupils it is the duty of the teach or to make it plain to their understanding In reading there are frequent allusions that the children cannot possibly understand until the thing ai luded to is explained Such expressions as He was being used a cats paw he threw down the gauntlet he has au ax to KriOlIall rofer to stories or customs that are supposed to be well known to everybody If the teacher has been properly trained he will know the origin of all such al lusions and be able to give the explanation They are a part of the wisdom- o the race and children should know them as early as they can grasp them Geographyarithmetic history and grammar teem with matter that must be explained before it can be understood and every good teacher is a good explainer It is one of tho essentials of teaching The first thing to observe is that the explanation must be within tho comprehension of the child The language must be plain and simple It must be expressed in short sentences each containing but one statement and this must be grasped before the next is given Ono point at a time is the rule and let it be made so clear tho dullest can understand ft When a difficult matter has been explained until it is supposed to be understood ask one of the pupils to give it in his own words If there is any luRch it will appear and assistance can bo rendered at just the right place As early as possible children should be taught to locate and stato the difficult things they encounter When thoy can do this readily explana tions become easy Thoy should also be taught to use every possible means to solve the difficulties themselves Gradually the teacher will cease to give information directly but will tell thorn how or where to find it Continued Next IVrek +oooooroooorOl o+o+a oqo +o +o+o +o+o+o+o +o +o+o+o + If You Are Looking Foro+ V Bargains t+ 0 I You must Not Pass This Store 1 iAnice line of Dry Goods Ladjes Collars Gloves t+ Bargain Prices o t In Mens Gopds We have the best line Jof Dress and Work o Shirts Overalls Gloves Suspenders Underwear Halfhose o o Hats Collars Ties etc o some Extra Values in + 0Also 0 Suits I + 0- i We sell Groceries Tinware and Queensware and o o pay top prices for Produce A o Yours for Business J I Moyes Cash Store I 0 Berea Ky fooooOaOooOooOoOOOooOOoOOOO nuJ Facing the Music Some authorities say that facing tho music Is A phrase derived from tho old mustering militiamen when every citizen soldier often greatly em barrassed and fearful of making an unsatisfactory figure In uniform had to stop Into his place and taco tho band and Its music Time more probable ex planation Is found In tho theater whore actors waiting their call In toe greenroom have to be ready to go before the audience and literally taco the music Auks Egg Cracked The enormous value attached to tho eggs of birds which have become oxUnct has been recalled by tho accident that has befallen the specimen of tho great aux which consUtutes one of the treasures of the Scar borough museum Kept securely guard od In tho safe it was recently placed on public exhibition By some means or other It ins become cracked and Its value has boon depreciated by more than 60 11 00000000000001 o Eighth Kentucky 0 History 0 0I of the Inrt thlt Gnl 0 0ooCHAPTER XVIII Continued Tho battalion went on tho cars the 3d to Rcsaca and part of tho command remained there and tho balance at Calhoun as garrison gaurds until the 13th of November Tho cold rainy season had caused us to again hover around our rudely constructed fireplaces and we offlcoi wore for several days quite busy with our musterout rolls as wo expected tho battalion back the 10th But that and several days passed and wo were anxiously expecting them Tho 13th being Sunday and the camp appearing unusually dull I took a walk In tho city and called on a good lady that had nursed me so kindly during my lllnoss In September After partaking of a good dinner a few of us took n walk about the depot where hundreds of families wero waiting transportation north Genes al Sherman had decided to make the city of Alabama strictly n military post and In September had ordered all families In Atlanta having mate representatives In the rebel linen to bo sent Immediately thru the Unas to their friends and all other ndnoera batants In Atlanta to bo tntntno ted north The large depot buildings were full and many tamlliec bad provided themselves rude shelter by stretching up qullU mind blankets tentfly Bull ion Many of then people bore un rennt1YIeored Btances in which they were now plac ed more wretched than soldier rite little or no shelter hovel 1ng around small smoky fine an whkth women were trying to cook some fat pork and boll coffee that had been given them by Uncle earn crying and setting children clinging to not overlyclean drew skirts these southern women certainly did not present aa amiable appearance I eouM bat pity these Innocent women tad tender children whom the sad etreu Mane of this uselera and foolish rebellion had caused to be homeless and homeless most of them unwilling Immigrant I could only say God pity them and return to my quarters pondering on the cruelties of war Late on the night of the 14th our pleasant dreams of home were broken by the old familiar cheering of the Eighth returning The 15th and loth were busy days with the offleers The evening of the latter the men were paraded and stacked arms Ordnance ramp and garrison stores were piled Inspected invoiced and finally tamed over to the post Inspector with proper vouchers W slept as soundly aa If no war waa devastating our ones happy country The 17th nil the Eighth except Lieutenant Pucket and the vetorans marched to the tent of Lieutenant Rtansbury muttering officer V 81 tJI4Iloompanydischarge paper until we should reach Louisville Ky whore we were to re calve our pay The loth we bid Pucket and our veteran brother farewell and were soon on board the cars for home We arrived at Naahvllle and were compel ed to remain until morning Tho 10th after teeing our baggage wifely hound at the Louisville depot tho offlpera put up at the N House Much good feeling WM manifested among ull some of the younger offtean vising with each other in conviviality while a few of UB older ease who i I1domonilratlaae of quJ9sA happy at thin prospect orsoon g once mere free from military orders and at home with our dear wives and other friends that were anxiously expecting our return Borly the 23rd day of November ISM tho nonveterans of the Blghth assembled and formed in line our last time marched to tho United States Depository in Louisville and all ox copt tho officer whose accountabil ity for government stares halt been settled received final PAmont1- land the mens discharge papers were by tho company officers given thong Then follbwed a general farewell hand shaking with earnest vows of eternal friendship and we hasten ed to our respective homos feeling confident that in a few weeks or months at most the cruel war Would bo over by the complete overthrow of tho wouldbe Southern Confederacy- CONCLUDED How to Test Progress In the School lljr Lucy K llnnrry I would like to answer from my ow practical experience a practical ques tion that Is often propounded to the teachers In public schools How are you progressing with your school Now there are two important qualifi cations the teacher should possess Those of power and culture thntot power being moro essential than that of culture because character Is more f Important than knowledge Culture enhances the value of power but it can never become a substitute for It A high grade of culture and the abil ity to impart knowledge clearly and concisely were at one tlmo conceded to be the essential qualifications of tho teacher but they nre not so regarded now They are Important factors but the highest tho greatest qualification of tho teacher today Is to arouse within tho pupil a desIre for knowledge and to Increase that desIre until it bo comes the controlling element the fixed characteristic In tho life of the child Heroin lies the false applies tlon some teachers mistake culture for power or motion for progress Now there Is such n thing as mo tion without progress nnd It can bout bo demonstrated by the spinning of atop It starts out lively enough at first but directly it drops Into a lit tlo rut And then tho top goes to sleep as tho boys say Like this nnl11roundIn nlI11s1CoundMotion luoUon and commotion Novor a bit of locomotion Or promotion or emotion And not any too much devotion Now this whool gooo nt high pres sure for about two months out of the six and then suddenly energy and aOOIthe 8011you limoYou black nifgah you what fob you owns your galluses belo HatlayI time I cant tell If yens eomln or i gwlne In this school They f dont believe that the teacher is Inspired sod the mid of the lesson Is not required the Institute Is not admired I visitors are not desired the library has hoes retired the blackboard has i been fired the thought of school makes them all tired I Did you ever see a school like that or have one like that If so be kind enough to tell me It Its comln1 01fget out your microscope and find the progress before you can apply the test and it will take a good ow too JIIItrojICOpe progress in any school we should apply three general tevls The mental the physical and pmgreMlve ttIThe mental tent applies portment and equipment of the school You may put heart and soul Into your school but even heart aud soul wont do head work It takes brain to run a school up hill conquering tbe mountains of Ignorance and prejudice one meets with In teaching a common school We should hardly expect a carpeD bUildIIlIaCwould be a poor equipment for a first class carpenter The live uptodate 1 teacher of today to be tally eqlppsd must visit other schools attend In l stitutes ChautauQuas take NormalItraining get out of the old above aU not be tied to a poet If we allow ourselves to be tied to a post ORe hundred and twenty days of the school year oven If it Is the post dtdutyw lose As you value your fair name and your future rep iftatlon If you are tied to a jiost break the halter Jump the fines go off somewhere and get new ides if it Is only for the benefit of the owe mtinlty at lane There Are various mtthoOy by which you mSf ottifeve Igflonftny and defeat nut It e tte sUe to diiln to the drags ue fullest cup of contempt and soarn that a fellow creature cau pan out for you attempt to teach the young Americas pf tho present day without being ful ly equipped In mind body and soul for tho encounter I knew of a school where when tho pupils forget their books theyare forced to sit Idle and puniclhmenttthink you of that teachers equip menU in those days of smokeless powder and horsalase carriages why not bookless schools Doar old Socrates adopted this method with the Athen- Ians and behold bow wise and learned thoy werol I once visited a school where corporal punishment was Inflicted If the pupil tailed to salute tho teacher on entering tho room A teacher can weaken his ability for retraining more important things bye obedience In Insignificant trivial matters I am happy to say that teacher has retired from tho ranks Her reign Is over William Tell freed Switzerland In refusing to bow to dealers cap A pupil is quick to recognize authority If there behead a with brains before lilm but re fuses to bow to an empty cap on a polo Respect begets obedience Obe dience Is the proof of love and Is the first test of progress in a school as It promotes order and as order is Heavens first law It should bo the schools first law for the school is tho gateway to Heaven and there can bo no progress In disorder If a boy Is unruly mischievous or even vicious that Is no sign he will defy tho teach ers commands The fact Is a boy believes in authority oven it he does dls regard It Ho admires a teacher more who exercises fair courteous disci pline than ono who is lax or ir regular in government If done in the right spirit will mako up shake up but never break up n schoolIt be claimed that deportment and equipment aro not alone tests of progress No they are not but they are toots of the evidences of tho conditions of tho school and since thorn can bo po progress where tho conditions are bad those conditions arc necessary to progress Now the physical test line to do with tho at tondanco tho makeup not tho size of the school but tho slzo of tho pupils who attend Did you over see a paper of needles of assorted nUoa There aro the llttlo ono bright sharp with wide round open eyes Then oomo tho larger onee oquaKy bright nnd sharp all ready and willing to do something You may also find n few goodsited darning needles In tho package nut what about tho great big grownup knitting needles and last but not least GOmes tho bigeyed toIno teacher wUI flail a place for him Teachers need no diagram to ocptaln title application If your school la made up of assorted slues the signs are good It stands the tat so far Out this Is not at of Uo test How does your register compare with that of year predecessor In enrollment aid attendance weft you say they are not any larger bat I am happy to say we are holding oar own Now Is that progress merely holding your own You may have good at tendance but It your overate Is1 not greater than let year you casual claim to be making progress A school that merely hold Ita own JIM level oped s serious eel of chills and fiver without the fever lire pulse Is Noble It lacks energy We are Hvlng In a progressive age If there be MO pro arose iu the teacher tbrre Is none In the school This Is a logical con elusion whether It be a pedagogical one or not A Letter frmn Tnylo I OnMHird Parker Ark May M To the Readers of The ClUsen Ileu Frlead8ID the days of yore many of r trod the sacred stoles of Lincoln Hall and drank UnsMaer from the same deep and refreshing loon tame of knowledge but now the re morseless wave of lifes unresting sea have borne us far apart I left my native hilt Monday morn lag 8ept m er 3 1900 to enter the Civil Service as principal teacher le- the Colorado River Tralalng Sofcoot for Indian bays and girts at Parker county Arizona where I ar hived Tuesday evening fleptewber 11 The Journey was a eontinuoas some of Interest varying to elavaUoa from a few test ahoy seatavej at the Mississippi to more than elftkt thou sand feet on the crest of tin Rockies Leaving the Santa Fe railroad near Needles California the trip contin ued for eightysix miles by boat down the Colorado river Often rowboats only can be secured but fortunately our boat was a small sternwheel freighter propelled by a gasoline en gineIt Is a saying among tho people of tho southwest that tho Colorado never gives up Us dead and whoa AregionE moving sand irons his position on time bow the Indian pilot silently surveyed tho riv er and with his hand pointed out our course among the rocks and shifting sandbars Sometimes the walls of tho canyons rose hundreds of feet and often tho river plunged against them forming dangerous whirlpools in which small boats and barges aro sometimes lost Flocks of bluo heron wild geeeo n great variety of ducks aud other water fowl flew about lighting down upon tho low bars behind projecting points and rising into tho air nghln when wo came near Tho few valleys along tho river are low and narrow floodplains bordered by high and barren Moans stretching away to the naked moun tainsTho Colorado nivor Indian Reset vtUlon le situated In western Arizona and southeastern California about one hundred lovontytlve miles west of Phoenix and about sixtyfive miles south of Needles California extend lug some sixty mile along both sides of the river It contains three hun ilrod sixtyfour thousand sorer nTime reservation lies In the midst of a weird and lonely desert crossed by barren windswept ridges with peaks like portvAtlov fingers pointing skyward as It to direct the mind away from tile wild waste and deso lation around JtIt embraces a beautiful and We valley which Mill bees built up by and Is only a few feet above the river Snow sever fells and the climate is dry and delightful except the simmer months which are hot The valley Is green with mec qlte willow cottonwood Ironwood palo vents arrow weeds sal wild i pas and when yMwecIfrom the des eat mountains It Is a vision of love llrssaThis valley Is the peaceful abode of the Monave Indians tell you In toy nest letteriRespectfully TAYLOR P OABBARD InvMitlen Marie by Women Among the Inventions made by women are copper Ups for shoo the baby carriage the washing machine the breadkn 4tac machine a self tiling fountain pea a portable typewriter a tuSMrindtog watch the bustle and three Important Improve went In the sewing machine Twe Thousand Year Old Mummy- A miner wise lest his life 1000 years ago has been taken from a cop per mine In Chill recently Copper oxide had mummlfled his whole body The mummy Is in a Nne state of pres ervation Mexican Children delltSbtfiUrseems to be Ingrained As soon as thycan talk they become Chesterfields promptsthen o 0 0 0 u REAL ESTATE i Business and Real Estate In Berea are becoming more desirable every day and desirable bulldin lots for residonces and business are advanc ing in price NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY I have well established businesses and business houses t mvoiiing and unimproved lots for sale You will do well to see me at once ft I AM CLOSING OUT MY Dry Goods Clothing and Shoes Rem j gardless of Cost Jwill soil the eritlro stock building and nllor I will noil tho stock and rent tho building or exchange tho plant for real estate I mako this offer as I am going to build n business house 0 on my property on Chestnut Street t THE SECOND LOAD OF BUGGIES will be in in a short 1 time Save this and wait until they come HAMMAR PAINT and OIL COOK STOVES are things that will interest you and savo you money Tuesday morning Juno 18th with others I will leave for Panhandle Texas where there will bo thirty thousand acres of landsold in can day and tho man who buya this land is the man who will make the money in tho next few yours REMEMBER Wo leave on the One oclock Train TUESDAY MORNING THE 18th GO WITH US Yours Truly J P BICKNELL Berea Ky tot r w HARRY ORCHARD CONFESSES TO CHAIN OF AWFUL CRIMES Slayer of Gov Steunenberg Takes Stand in Haywood Trial and Relates Bloody Tale Alleges Miners Leaders Were Instigators VICTIMS MARKED FOR DEATH AT ORCHARDS HANDS FRED BRADLEY retired mlno official San Francisco blown halt way across street and maimed for lift by bomb concealed by Orchard under doorstop also object of poison plot Motive rovcngo SHERMAN BELL adjutantgeneral of Colorado national guard Denver waylaid by Orchard and other assassins who sought his life escaped Motive revenge for activity in putting down strike lawless ties JUSTICE GABBERT of Supreme court of Colorado Denver bomb placed In his pathway exploded by another man who was blown to pieces Motive decisions against Moyer GOV PEADODY of Colorudo Denver bomb placed In front of his homo to kill him by Orchard failed to explode by occident Motive upholding law In striken DAVID MOFFATT president of First National bank of Denver Adams and Orchard tracked him with guns but ho escaped Motive Huppviod activity on side of mlno owners JUDGE GODDARD Denver Motive declared etght hour bill un institutional FRANK STEUNENOERG former governor of Idaho Caldwell Ttiown to pieces by bomb placed at gate of homo by Orchard nol e Idaho Alfred Morale alia Jlarrv Orchard the actual assassin of Frank Steunenberg went on the stand Wednesday as n witness against WII lam D Haywood and mado publIc confession of a long chain of brutal revolting crimes done he said at the inspiration and for tbo pay of the leaden of tho Weatern Federation ot IIinert An undertaking by tho special pros ocutors for the state that they would by later proof and connection leglll inatizo his testimony opened tho WilY like a floodgate to tho whole dlaboll cal story and throughout tho entire day Orchard went on from crime re dial to crime recital each aacccodlnt one seemingly morn revolting than those that had come before Tells of Revolting Crimes Orchard confessed that as a mom bar of the mob that wrecked ihc Hunker Hill and Sullivan mill In the Comir dAIencsno lighted ono of the fuses that carried tire to tho glanl explotlon confoecci that he set the tVatn trap In the Vindicator mlno at C ripple Creek that blew out the lives of Superintendent McCormick and Foreman fleck confessed that because he had not Men paid for his lint attempt at vfoteere In tho Vindl oalor mine ho bad ben troooheroui to his associates by warning tho man agptu of the rtorcbc t Cripple Creek railway that there was a plot to blow up their trains confessed that ha cruelly flred throe charges ol buckshot Into tho body of Detective lyte Gregory of Denver killing him instantly confessed that for days ho- allllktld Oov Poabody about Denver waiting a chance to kill him can f sr d that he and Sieve Adam set and discharged the wine under the drlf at IndepondvMM that Instantly kciM H mm and oonfeeeed that fall log IE no attempt te ison Fred lllanof San Francisco ho blew btn nu his house ui with a bomb of K lRAn he has more brutal crimes to It that wll bring tile bloody career dwn to its nnd at Cnldwoll whore with a groat bomb tie killed Gov K anenberg These will coma Thurs clal for ho Is to rannc the stand wtv i the district aagrt sits again Crowd Sickened by Recital TLiI ttoiy was told to a tense nIl Id rigid crowd that watched with staring eyes for every movo and Word if the confessing witness a Crowd that was sickened and weary of us disgusting details long before Jam H Hawley pleading Illness of himself at tree oclock In tho attar noon secured adjournment for tho divOrchard retained control of himself almost from the moment lie took the stand and If be suffered much ho did not show IL Ills eyes met those of Haywood several times and tho two gazed fixedly at each other There wore a few preliminaries alto Hartleys birthplace nnd real name and his first days In the North Idaho cescful attempt at tho Vindicator mine countrv and then Hawley led him down to the destruction of the Hunker Hill and Sullivan mine Horsloy said that W F Davis later the president of the union of the Western Federa lion 01 Miners at Cripple Creek had command of tho mob lie told of the seizure of tho train tho theft of the giant powder the attack upon the mines and concluding said I lit one of the fuses myself Destruction of Vindicator Mine Hcrsley then told ot his night Into Montana and of various Journeys In the western country until ho turned tip fa Cripple Creek In 1902 went to work in tho mines and Joined tho Western Federation of Miners again Tho witness told of tho plot to blowup tho Vindicator mine Ho con fcsscd that attar tho strike began ho went down into the mlno high grad lug and hero discovered a quantity of jiawder Ho reported this to Davis and there ho said begun tho plot to do violence In the mine Ho said the first attempt was a failure bocauoo fhe cage man discovered him and his pal and drew their fire but later a contrivance was successfully Rated by which a discharged pistol set off a bomb and killed Superintendent Mc- CormIck and Foreman Heck FIvo hundred dollars ho said was tho re ward for the murderer Then camo the Journey to Denver where the witness said he met Moyer Haywood and Pettibono and entered their employ as assassin He swore that Haywood paid him 300 for blow lag up tho Vindicator mIne Next came tho making of two bombs that were tossed Into tho coal heap at the Vindicator mIne but wore never heard front again and then a dlgrcs lion to confess that before the sue he had Informed tho railway manage ment of a plot to blow up Its trains carrying nonunion men Next the prisoner related how te Journeyed to southern Colorado r a guard to MoyerAfter tho noon recess tho witness told of his Journey with Moyer and his return to Denver where It was suggested ho said that he kill Oov Peabody He said he picked Steve Adams to aid him and together they stalked the governor between tho cap Itol building and his home trying for a shot at him with cutoff shotguns Haywood and 1ctUbono wore In the plot and furnished tho witness with money front time to time ho said The plot tailed because Horslcy and Adams followed a carriage containing three women to the Peabody home and excited suspicion Next came a plot to dynamite Peabody and Horaley said they made a bomb but gave the plan Up at the suggestion of Haywood who was In fear that thy would all bo arrested Fie said he and Adams were told to lay off for a time but meantime Pot tlbone suggested that they kill Lyto Gregory who had been b deputy sheriff and had given testimony against some of tho members of tho federation Orchard Ends Gory Tale Botae Idaho Harry Orchard crowned his admissions of grave crime Thursday when continuing his testimony against William D Hay wood he made an cucploltly detailed confeeslen of te murder of Frank Stounenberg by an Infernal machine that directly opens the way for his own convictkm and execution He swore that the assassination of Steunooberg was first suggested by Haywood was Jointly plotted by Hay wood Moyer Pottlbone and himself was financed by Haywood and was ex ecuted by himself after the failure of an attempt in which Jack Slmpklns had participated Orchard lifted the total ot his own murdered victims to 18 and detailed the circumstances under which he tried to murder former Gov Peabody Judge Qoddard Judge Gabbcrt Gen Sherman Dell Davo Moffat and Frank Hernc Incidentally he confessed ton plan to kidnap tho child of one of his former associates Under crossexamination by the do fenso Orchard confessed guilt of tho sordid social crimes of deserting his INTERESTING POINTS OF ORCHARDS STORY Haywood told me tho blowing up of the Vindicator mine was a lino piece ot work Moyer gave mo and If wood paid formo 300 blowing up the mineHaywood and Moycr both told mo I could not get too fierce to suit themto go ahead and blow up everything I could think otto get some of the soldiers If possible Moyer and Pettlbone wanted to know It I could not work up some scheme to assassinate Governor Pcnbody of Colorado Hoy rood thought Stove Adams was the best man for tho work Pottlbone gave us some sawed oft shotguns and she In loaded With buckshot Wo kept after Peabody for three weeks when Haywood told me to lay off for awhile Haywood Petttbono and Simp kings then wanted something pulled ort at Cripple Creek We planned to blow up tho Indo pendence depot The depot was wrecked and twelve or fourteen men killed The next day Pet tlbone gave me 300 Adams told me he got 200 young child and wife In Ontario flee ing to British Columbia with Hattie Simpson tho wife of another man and committing bigamy by marrying a third woman at Cripple Creek Tho defense fought the story with a multiplicity of objections and succeed ed in heading ort nn attempt to toll tho story of the murder of Arthur Col lins at Tcllurldo and in temporarily shutting out tho contents of a tele gram received and a telegram sept by Orchard after his arrest Out for the rest tho state managed to get In the story Intact Haywood and his kinsfolk listened quietly to the long recital and about their first show of feeling was one of amusement when Attorney HIchardson began his onslaught and brought out Orchards domestic crimes The courtroom was crowded again Thursday many of the spectators be log women Orchards Story Unshaken Uelse Idahoj Counsel for William D Haywood continued their attack on the testimony of Harry Orchard at both sessions of the trial Friday and centered their strongest assault on tho events beginning with tho explosion in tho Vindicator mine and ending with tho earlier meetings between the witness and the leaders of the Federation of MIners In Denver To the extent that traffic with the other vide In tho war of labor and capital In Colorado was discreditable they auaeredd in discrediting the witness Orchard stood the test and strain very wAll and held tenaciously to the story he related Wednesday and ThursdayMore great and small were ad od to Orchards record Friday Tho Crlyrte Creek woman with whom he committed bigamy had three sons Orchard stolb highgrade ore from a mar mate ho stole two oases of pow der from tho Vindicator mine ho stole powder to make one of the bomb thrown Into the Vindicator coal pii5 and ho told a Ha Clings to His Story The defense endeavored in various ways to throw the shadow of doubt and Improbability around the whole Vindicator story and the alleged con nation of W F Davis and William Easterly with this affair and tho clr cumstances under which Orchard tes tilted he met Mayor and Haywood and was paid for tho commission of the crime and to discredit Orchards story that he was sent back to Cripple Crook with unlimited credit and orders to commit any act of violence that ho cared to They confronted Orchard with Easterly and One Barnes and paved the way for the contradiction by them of the story told by Orchard and several times during the day paved tho way for tho controverting of his t testimony on material pqlnts I HARRY ORCHARD Confessed Murderer of Gov Iteunen berg and Many Others UNlVERSAL PEACE CRUSADE IS LED BY AMERICA AMONG HEADSTRONG POWERSI r DELEGATES WILL TAKE ADVANCED Position In the Discussion and Treat ment of the Second Article In Hague Program Washington June lOrOn the eve ol the second Hague conference which as lembles next Saturday the part played by America In bringing about the great International gathering and the nature of instructions under which our delegates are to participate in the congress becomes matters of great Interest Frequent postponements of the sec ond meeting and prolonged diplomatic wrangles over the subjects to be includ od In the program under which the conference will be conducted have in n measure obscured the beginnings ol the movement for the reassembling ol the conference BO that there Is not perhaps general appreciation of tho Important part played by the Washing ton government initiating too movement For tho fact Is that America really caused the Invitation to the second Hague conference to bo extended to the world though tho document was actu ally issued later by the Russian gov ernment Tho germ of tho Idea was found In the meeting of the interparliamentary union at St Louis two years ago The resolution adopted all urging an ex tension ot the principle of settling In ternational disputes by arbitration were laid before President Roosevelt who prepared a note addressed to our principal representatives abroad di rooting them to sound the government to which they were accredited as to the desirability of reconvening the interna tional conference at The Hague Tho first order of Importance according to the American view is the proposal that Improvements bo made In the provisions of the existing con vention relative to a peaceful settle ment of international disputes as regards tbe court of arbitration and tho International commission of inquiry Instruction of the American delegates on this point are known to be explicit They are to do everything in their power to Influence the conference to enlarge the powers of the permanent Hague tribunal In dealing with arbi trntlon oases above all the effort Is to be made to bring more business be Zero the tribunal American delegates will also take advanced position in the discussion Aud treatment of tho second article in tho Hague program namely tho additions to the laws and customs of war on land Details of these proposl tions relate to the opening of hostili ties the rights of neutrals on land etc The necessity for making these addi tlons to tho rules of war was made plainly manifest by tho Boor war and tho RuRBOJabaneao war Certain of our experiences in thoPhlIIpplne Insurrec tion have also had some Influence to support liberal additions to the exist lug code WOMEN AND MEN IN SMASHUP Which Causes Death of One and Injury of Ten Others 40Ithe ocean parkway near Coney an automobile with seven racetrack men aboard struck the back of a toria carrying two men and two women when all hands were youngI turning to tho attar a at the shoreIa complete somersault ono man was crushed to death and another fatally Injured The remaining five tossed in all directions were maimed and cut Of the Victoria party every one likewise way hurled Into the road and hurt The women whoso names were kept secret had to be carried Into B nearby house and worked over for an hour before they wore revived They are said to be prominent socially one being described as tho fiancee of Her lth11Englishof the nobility Negro Lynched by Mob Rudovllle Miss Juno 10Charged Rcrlnoldswas lynched by a mob of about 50 men near ludlanola Reynolds was shot aa ho was leaving a hall where II is stated gambling was In progress Fox was captured end after confessing was banged to a nearby tree Injured By Cyclone Des Moines la June lQA dozer families arc homeless several person Injured and property is damaged to the extent of 25000 as a result of a tor undo which passed through Pleasant Valley Fighting the PlagueiPort of Spain Trinidad June 10I The government has taken iStorgetlt measures to stamp out the bubonic plague and has cabled to Now York for large supplied of propbylatlc serum The two persons who succumbed to thi disease were negro children Said to Have Played the Ponies New Orleans La June 1QMrs Ada Mears 25 cashier and bookkeeper of the local agency of the Rem ingtos Typewriter Co has decamped with her husband and the companys auditor rh dared her accounts 2200 short STATE DEWS PltUPS ij J OUSTED BY APPEALS COURT Suit Against Governor to Force Pay For Maysville Militia Frankfort KyThe court ot appeal affirmed the cases ot Gen Haley YI Cochran and others and Cochran vf Beckham governor Involving the quei tlon of paying the Taylor soldiers for the time they served after Gov Oot bel was assassinated The suit usked that the governor Ie compelled to approve the payrolls and that If al 1as adjutant general be oompelled to certify the payrolls to the governor The court dismissed the suit against the governor but says When the payrolls are certified by the adjutant general In obedience to the judgment we have no doubt that the governor will approve them Haley is directed to certify to the payrolls and If the governor should dAcllue to approve them another suIt vill likely be filed asking that he be compelled to approve thorn so the Maysville mllllla company can draw its pay LIFE OF ADVENTURE Led By Former Kentuckian Who Is Heard From After Ten Years Owensboro KyTho whereabouts of Howard Banford who disappears from here ten years ago has been bytaptwhich wia written by Sanford at Tal al Chile March 4 rod was tour ttonths in reaching tin destination llnnford tells of hla experiences In the West Indies In darkest Africa In the Transvaal during tho Boer war In hunting gold In Australia and ivory In Siberia ot a trip up the Himalayan mountains and such stories as rival the tale of Robinson Crusoe lie is now Inspector In chief of traffic and trains on the Chilean Central rail road Miners Have Protested Lexington KyIn a letter receIved hero from James S Pate of Midway who is In the Plttsburg coal districts the Information is given out that 36 000 coal minors in that district have threatened to go on a strike It the mine operators adopt a patent steam dump The minors through their or ganlxbttoos have made a protest to the operators against the use of the dump which does the work of many men Deluge In Kentucky Lexington KrA waterspout In Eastern Kentucky did great damage Rowan Carter Menlfee and Math coun tins were deluged Plowed ground was washed off small bridges swept way and crops ruined Trlplett SoltllcV and other creeks are high out of their banks Poolroom Case Goes Up Newport KyThe case of George Huber who was fined 10000 for rent ing lily place for poolroom purposes was appealed Attorney Burkamj prayed an appeal from the decision of Judge Berry of the circuit court sot ting aside the verdict and granting anew trial N Represents Emperor William Lexington KyDr Arnold Frank a representative of Emperor William of Germany has leased the stock farm of Wm M Fields near here He will con vert tho place Into a training farm where horses will be trained and prepared for the use of officers of time Ger man army Trial May Be Postponed Lexington KyThe trial of B Ful ton French John Abnor and Join Smith charged with the murder ot James B Marcum may be postponed when called at BeaUyvllIe June 17 as Commonwealths Attorney Jamey P Adams Is ill of throat trouble 13134 For An Arm Catlettaburg KyA verdict of 13 134 for the loss of an arm was award ed to John T Hazelrlgs In the federal court hero against the Norfolk II Western railroad Ho lost his arm when coupling cars for tho company For Killing Her Bab London Kylha trial of Mrs Mur phy widow of Elmer Murphy resulted In a verdict of a life sentence The woman was Indicted for murder being charged with the killing of her infant child Long Service Ends Danvlile ICyDr L H Blanton who hal been vice president of the Central University of Kcutuck forum past GO years resigned Though 7i years of age ho has actively attendee to the duties of his once In Ksnnsrs Stead Frankfort KyGov Beckham ap pointed Proctor 1C Malln of Ashland a3 special judge of Greenup circuit court to serve during the regular term Judge S G Spencer being sick Growers Are Desperate Mayfield Ky Dismayed by outrages tho night raiders have perpetrated tobacco grow era ore stationing guards nightly nt their plant beds It Is cut mated that thO tobacco crop will tie only half the usual size due to thi damage wrought Will Try Day Frankfort KyGov Beckham ap pointed James S Mdrrli of Frankfort as special Judge of tho Wolfe circuit court to try Walter R Day formerly republican state treasurer for obtnla tag money under false pretenses SURROUNDED IS THE DESPERADO And His Wealth It Is Claimed Can Not Save Him From the Gallows Fulton Ky With an Incentive of 500 reward which amount private friends of the Strong family of ihls place have placed In the City National bank for tho arrest dead or alive of Wm Sawyers the young farmer who murdered Miss Winnie Strong In cold blood several weeks since the hunted man Is pursued and apparently sur rounded about three miles from Fultoa and his capture seems but a matter of a few days more Almost as dneperate as the famous Tracy Sawyers has time and again slipped through the meshes ot carefully laid nets to capture him but the posse now upon hie trail are determin ed criminal hunters and his Ittseems Impossible Feeling against the murderer hsnever allayed In the least and If caught Sawyers considerable wealth will avail him little to escape the gallows DESPONDENT STUDENT Failed In Examinations and It Is Feared He Ended His Life Louisville Ky Despondent because hI tailed to pass hIs examinations J W Ramsey 3C and a fourth year stu dent at the University of Louisville medical department has disappeared and it is teared that he may have com milted suicide To support his wife while studying ho worked as a sodafountain clerk Three weeks ago a eon was born to them and the worry of his wifes illness and dwindling finances so proyed upon his mind that ho failed In his examinations The faculty has recon sidered his case and It has been de- cIded to give him a chance to take the examinations ot Kentucky university within the next few days and thereby secure his diploma If he returns la time ho will be allowed to take the tests RAN A RACE AND WON Old Confederate Soldier Gains Liberty By Defeating Mourned Policeman Lexington KyTo escape a workhouse sentence Frank Tatman 65 aa old confederate soldier ran a race with a mounted policeman and won Tatman returned from the confeder ate reunion In Richmond Va and bo came intoxicated He was arrested and brought before Police Judge Riley He pleaded so hard for mercy that Riley told him If he could win a race from a mounted policeman he could goTatman ran three blocks with an of fleer on a horse and won by three feet and was released Several hundred persons saw the race Noted Judge Expires Danville KRced S Nichols count ty judge of Boyle master commission er under Circuit Judge Doll and one of the most prominent politicians in the Eighth congressional district while in conference with a few intimate friends at the courthouse dropped dead of acuto apoplexy Fixes Franchise Values Frankfort KyThe state board of valuation fixed the franchise value of the Cumberland Telephone Co at G10 000 and the East Tennessee Telephone Co at 260000 The franchises ot n number ot small companies wero also valued Brothers Wed Sisters Mayklng JCA double wedding was solemnized at Boonos Fork when Wiley Bentley 16 and James Bentley 18 brothers schoolboys were married to Misses txiretla Isaacs and Mary Isaacs sisters 13 and 15 respectively Rev Mr Johnson officiating Mangled By a Dog Paducah Ky Venice HendrIckson 10 living near Mayfield was attacked by a mad shepherd dog nnd horribly mangled Time bone of the left hip was flared and her legs in places were chewed into shreds The girl Is In a precarious condition His Doom Sealed Frankfort KyThe court of appeals affirmed the death sentence giv en to Clarence Sturgeon for killing three men during homecoming week in Louisville a year ago- ExSenator Dead Jamestown KyDr W D Wool folk former senator prominent physi- cIan and Mason of this place Is dead A widow two sons and a daughter sur vive him Contract For Warehouse Georgetown KyThe Society ot Equity gave out a contract for a warehouse to cost 9346 It will be located In the northeastern part ot the cUr near tho Indian refinery To Inspect Camp Site Frankfort KyAdjt Con li wrenc and his assistant Col Parrent will leave for Jamestown Va to Inspect the proposed Bile fop the encampment of the state guard as It Is almost sure the companies will Vote to go to lames town Receiver Asked For Paducah KySult was filed hers asking for a receiver of tho Rex Manu facturing Co capitalized at 100000 on the grounds that It ti now Itxwlv eat Tho company manufactures pte Lure frames sad melding C t I ljoEast oeoeoeolloeoeaeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo Kentucky Correspondence aeoeoeo oso l i News You Get Nowhere Else I o Ho cotniponienc publiihM amen dined IB tan by tee writer The name ll not for publication bat fie All tvlieac ol COO4 tith Writ pUinly Su- o OOOooooooOOOOvvuuvvtJACKSON COUNTYI ANNVItIJ3 Juno Bnosa Powell and mother tire vlDltlng the lattera son at ML Vernon this week Miss Sarah John son of Moores Creek Is in Ueren vis lUng her slater tits Nath Welch She attended Commencement thereAunt Martha Lewis of near this place died Monday last of canoed She was very old and a good Christian woman Miss Llzale Johnson has been very t Elok but is now bettor Messrs Wm ISftoS and Walter Medloclc nttendod Beroa Commencement last Wednesday and report a good time Otoar Ha der Is back from trip to Louie villa Lexington and Corbln MlMos Jessie Rader tieorgle Akeman Mol lie v Johnson and Dona Medlnck Salted Mla Licsle Johnson Monday evening Last Monday was the regular examining day for pensioners at Welehburg The full board was pre r sent with seven applicants for nn In crease Dr Goodman sold n flue- S saddle horse to a drummer for 16000 Naoma Akeman visited Miss 1Miak Medlock yesterday Ray Ako man has returned from Hamilton 0 Saturday nnd Sunday Is our regu lar monthly meeting at the Baptist ChurchMoue Edwards bought Tom Medloeks place and conUmplatea go c Ing into the goods business hero t Tom Medlock bought a house and lot from Wm Isaacs and Will Moors June let Joe Eversole of South Fork called on friends here Friday evening Rev J N Culton ot Rich f r mond filled hla appointment at Flat I Llok Saturday and Sunday Dr nad Mrs A T Neal visited Mr and Mrs W R Jones Friday liveningBob Johnson is back from a drumming trip thru the mountains and West Virginia nlrULBY 1June 7Dr O B Sandlln and brother Louis of Oneida were in trlendllJ1 grandfather Wesley Oabbnrd of Hoot 11enCreek who is so very poorly with- Y paralysisIMaggie Sparks of Waneta t is visiting her friend Sitha Angel of this place this week She will return home Sunday Bradley and Na MeColluraI Berea Wednesday They report a 1 large crowd and a nice time Died June 3rd Mr Susan J Johnson after an Illness of nearly two years She was lmrn September fltd iRd4 The only daughter of Mr and Mrs Jaoob H Gabbard She was married to Milton Johnson October 89th 1886 To them were born seven children four girls and three boys When in girlhood she united with Birch Lick Baptist Church and on removing to Indhfh Creek placed her membership with the Baptist Cbutth tboro of which she was a faithful member She was a consistent Christian a kind and loving wife and a good neighbor who was loved and respected by all who knew her She leaves a husband seven children fatter and mother and a host of friends and relatives to mourn her loss The golden gates were opened wide A gentle voice paid come And angels from tha other side Welcomed our loved one home JIIDDLK ronic Julie 7 Mr Ben Tussey attend WednesdtynlghtQulte folks was entertained at Mr Wes Angels Sunday Robert and Den I Tussey made a flying trip to Livings toli Monday Rev Jas Baker fill ed his regular appointment at this i place Sunday Thero was quite a lArge crowd in attendance Eliza Tus sey visited at J W Angels Wednes day Mr Bill Carpenter of Dango attended church at this place Sunday Green Parker bought n tine cow of Bill Leadbeater for 2500lure- Edna Tussejr has been on the sick list for several days Mr Isaac Leon says ho has got thru planting earlier this year than commonD1r withhIsOldUnionternEvelbody Intothothloweekllrof guinea eggs setting ElEItUnFEN Juno 8 F C Jones Ben DrewT GreenJaketheir wagons and brought 1005 buoh els of cprnBorn to James Morris nlghtMrEd otJI4blIclerked In the grain store for P Scott of Climax Wednesday evening Stuitford Isaac has gone to Hamilton OMr Thomas E Jones was offered 1600 for his mule last Saturday Ho offered to take 1760 T J Lake was on Little Clover tills week and bought a cow of Isabel Drew for 40QpMr Job Lake Is preparing to go to see hU folks In London tho last of this week Thero will be a new preacher Rev Isaac Claus ot Laurel county at Lone Oak the 10th of Juna Everybody come out and here him OMSf Juno 8 Hauling staves is an Important business In this community Qalto a large crowd attended church at Blooming drove where meetings aro being conducted by Rev George Johnson of Annvllle Mr and 31ra Willie Medtoak of this place will at I tend church at Aanville Sunday next Mrs Susan Gabbanl visited her daughter Mru George King Wed nesday Mr Harry Moore Morgan Simpson Misses Ida and Racket King- were entertained by Miss Com King at her home Sunday evening Mlse os Alice Baker and Btta Medlock took dinner with Milts Bttas sister brotherIn law Mr and Mm aJM1I I Moore SnafWy Miss Ida 10 2111hoeslOHing and to return home Sunday af terhooilIn1 Sarah Oabbanl visited at Geo Klng Thursday evening Mr Morgan Mrapaon and Ms sister Dora visited Miss Alice Baker Wed nesday evening Mrs Margaret Farmer visited at this place Thurs day evening We are glad to hear from the new correspondent at Ann vllleIMADiSOn IltIirlUS CounTY June 7 We are having tine weather and the farmers are very busy with their crops Miss Myrtle i Click has been visiting her uncle Mr verallldaJaAborhood attended Berea Commence meat Wednesday Mr M P Walton and wife went to Brassfield on last TuesdayMuN Mina Jones has not been an well as usual for several days but Is somewhat better today There I is to be a box supper at the Uiucl I plea Church Saturday night the tiloII GeojHardof this place attended the Reece sate of Jackson yesterday and purchased I a fine lot of boards and shingles ROCKCASTLE COUNTY 110001 Juno 10Miss Leonie BIUt li lUng relatives at this place The litI tollbeourIneariito have shot and killed a poor and Inoffensive Italian a traveling sales man Ho compelled the poor fellow to board a freight train and as he ran towards the train It Is alleged shot him three times in the back Chas teen is said to be In hiding some where in tho hills not far from here M M LEAVITT OWSLEY COUNTY TKAVIIIXEIIS nEST Juno C Weather has been very disagreeable for tho past three weeks and high waters have been greater in Little Sturgeon than for several years Two people were nearly drowned In Lltttle Sturgeon Creek last Saturday Jess Kldd who was one of them would have floated down the stream but John Blcknell saved him Perry Begley rescued a small girl who while she was crossing tho footlug fell in the creek Mr Nathan Martin of Lcavltt closed church at New Hope Sunday Pearl Hacker of Moores Creek Is our moderator Mr M V Barker and Nettle are visiting Berea this weekJ G Rowlett while work ing his corn Tuesday killed a cow snake 4 ft 8 In longVo hope for some dry weather so that wo can get over our corn for the people are pret ty far behind with their cropsEI der J B Rowlett Is quite poorly thisI week Ho is not able to do any thing this summer Nora Rowlett has been very sick for sometime butI Is better Dr J A Mahaffey passed thru here going to Buck Creek Harvey and Brack Price are working at Banford this weekMr Perry Beg ley went on business to p G Wilsons Monday GARRARD COUNTY CAllTGRSVILU Juno 10The oats will be a failure around hero this year Perhaps the late frost has damaged them Wheat looks fine Gardens are look j ing well where they havo bcen well cultivated A good number from this vicinity attended Berea Commence ment last Wednesday Strawberries are rlpo and sell at 40 cents a gal Ion Most other fruit Is killed Just a tow apples are on the treesTho Misses Addle Dora and Pearl Boaln leave today to visit relatives In Es still county for ft couple of weeks Mrs George Allen nnd children have returned from Rowland whore she has been visiting her father Mr J C Napier News has oome lore that Mrs W L Allen of Anderson 1ml Is very low with consumption She used to live hi Cartorsyjllo Rev Rash ot Winchester preached at Pair View Juno tad Ho is n good preacher The members of that church organised a Bible school thero with Mrs J A Arnold as superintendent and Mrs Belle Henderson nsstotanL They will meet at Q oclock ovary Sun day We hope it will bo successful Mrs tfaiinle Keohltr lee returned from Texas and will teach they Wood View School this summer Point Lick people have their new church house about ready and it will be dedicated very soon The new dairy at Paint Lick is doing good business and Milk cows will be more popular In the fu ture than they have been In the past ESTILL COUNTY JtA1rr TOl June 8 Clarence Coppage of wil more Ky Is here organising a Sunday school and hello prayer meetings every Wednesday ulghLMrs Lydia Logsdon Is visiting her daughter In Hamilton OhloMr and Mrs Mer Ill MeGee are visiting Mend and relatives at this place Mesdames Mlllas Marcum and James Harrison of Ifamlltcn Ohio are visiting here Mr Orger Rice of Happy Top attended Commencement at Berea last Wednesday and reports an enjoyable time Mr Clarene Caere was the guest of Mr ant am Farthing Sunday nlf ir YI rml Edgar Richardson w e i i Miss Talitha Logsd M v 1 Perry visited her dac i r Coleman Wednesda i Talitha Lcgadcn wa i i r Sirs Coleman Farthi v y Miss Laura Hale vi i an ny Hale Saturday nig t IWOltnSItLItJune flThe heavy rain on last Saturday did a great deal of damaxn to some of the farmera Mr J P Richardson bad a fine mule die last wttkMr Jeff Wagers Is on the sick lintMiss Ben Wavers who has been attending school at Richmond fo some time will spend her vacation hereMrs 8 M Warford and children are visiting the formers par ents Mr and Mrs Jeff Wagers this week Mrs J E Uroddus died at bri home on Doe Creek last Sunday ening June 2nd of pneumonia eII remains were brought to the her parents Mr and Mrs A Q Wil son Monday evening and taken to the family burying ground at Mr A M Serivners for burial She leaves a bejoved husband two little IOU a faUfsr and mother four sisters and four brothers aad a host of friends to mourn her toss Misses Kathryn Nettle and Fan Wagers entertained quite a number of friends Sunday Those present were Misses Ellen And Maude Park Lena Edwards Meeere J a Wagers and Willie Wilson Misses Nettle and Kate Wagers vis- Ited Miss Grace Wagers a few days lust weokIt J Serlvner and daugh ter Kannle are visiting In Richmond and Berea this week Misses Nettie and Kathryn Wagers and Maude Park were the guests of Mr aqd Mrs Hor ace Warford Monday lasL Salesman A C Wilson passed thru hero Thurs day on his way to Drip Rook CLAY COUNTY SIDELL June 8 Farmers in this vicinity are all hoeing corn Tho cold weather of the last few days has stunted crops considerably in this vicinity John A Gibson returned from Frank fort a few days ago where he had gone for a short visIL Married on tho 29th Inst Miss Alza Hornsby a former student of Berea to Mr Ezekiel Hubbard of Burning Springs Miss Olllo Hornsby and Beverley Hub bard Rev John F Jones conducted the ceremony James flied formerly of this place but now of Manchester Is seriously sick Miss Lucy flied is still on the sick list A READER OHIO NEWS HAMILTON June GPrices on vegetables are diminishing slowly but advancing on flour and all dry goods Several cases of scarlet fever are reported and cases of measles are numerous John Reynolds son ot I M Reynolds is visiting In Berea ICy and attended CommencementJ B Woolery who has been wqrklng at the C C Paper Co is attending Berca Commencement and visiting home folks at Pa nola Ky Meredith Gabbard was in Cincinnati Saturday on business Mr md Mrs P M Reynolds and Miss rcnnlo Wilson have been on the sick list but are convalescing Mr Robt Young who moved hero a few years ago from California Ky Is having a now dwelling erected on Cleveland avenue Tho As of the Charles Wesley Sunday School Club of the First M E Church gave n banquet Tuesday night In honor of tho Ds ot tho same club This Is ono ot the largest Bible classes in Hamilton tho mem bership being about CLMrs Mary Fa Fowlor aged sixtyeight years livI- ng with her eons Charles and James Fowler was killed by a C 11 D freight train Monday afternoon Mrs Fowler it Is wild walked oft of abridge across tho onnnl In front of the train Albert arid Frank Mooro who were in Hamilton during tho Winter and Spring havo gone to CM Itornla Tho girls employed at the- O C Paper Co struck this week for higher wages and resolved oh In crease of 100 pet week The roam progtmon packers nailers and truck ors received an Increase of 00 cents tMf week Tho company has suffered more from strikes during the post month Uittu within tho lint ten years of Its history Tho Hamilton Van Laundry at No 2 High street suffer ed a rather severe loss from tire Sun day afternoon Flat was discovered In the front part of the laundry originating I In a btu of clothing The I names spread te the printing cab Itsluaenl of Drown ft WhIUker Lou to the laundry exceeded over MOO while the loss to Drown 4 Whltaker la about 500 fully covered by Insur I1nooWo were glad to welcome C B Moons letter from Idaho in last weeks Cttlwn Oar beet wishes aN wltk him sad his family In starting a happy home In the west RESISTING NEW LAW Heads Doing BuelneM In Minnesota Take TwoCent Rate te Court St Paul June 4 Another salt seek ing to annul the new Minnesota two oent passenger rate law and the oom modity freight law has been flied In the federal court against the Chicago Rack Island A Paclfle railroad John J Carle a Rock Island stock holder te the plaintiff In the action trblch Is Identical with those begun sit week by stockholders of tight her railroads doing Interstate busi ness la Minnesota The hearing on the temporary injunction granted In the Rock Island suit will be held on June 12 at the same time the other oases are heard by Judge Lochrcn ANOTHER REIGN OF TERROR Lodz Onoe More tne Scene of Many Secret Murders Lodi Juno 7There has been an other reign of terror and violent In this city since June L Eleven jnmoniiI have been killed Including two mill owners and thlrtyeeven have been wounded The workmen have formed a seeret vigilance committee which every nlRht executes one or more I bandits or terrorists The corpsm are left In the street and to the lips of i the dead men are pinned pieces paper setting forth the exact ofI for the execution President Put In a Full Day Norfolk Va June 16 President Roosevelt was at the Jamestown exposition again today He delivered two addresses and took part In the celebration of Georgia day After reviewing the fleet ot American and for eign war vessels he delivered his first address from the grandstand A military and naval parade followed after whloh the president visited the negro exhibit and the Georgia build fag where he was given n reception by the women commissioners He then addressed the National Editorial Association and late in tho afternoon roturnod to Washington New Law Being Enforced Plttabure June 4Tho first arrest made in Pittsburg under tho new anti bucket shop bill passed by tho recent legislature nnd signed by Governor Stuart Saturday was made last oven ing when H A Elkins a broker al leged to bo connected with a New York concern was locked up The new law alms to completely abolish bucket shops In Pennsylvania Twelve Condemned to Death City of Mexico Juno C According to a telegram received in this city twelve of the nineteen men condemn ed to death by courtmartlal proceed ings because ot an alleged attempt on tbt life of President Cabrera of Gua temala will bo executed The dispatch characterizes the condemned men as honorable and Innocent victims War Feeling High In Mexico El Paso Tex Juno IActing Gov onion Sanchez of Chihuahua telegraph ed President Diaz offering troops from Chihuahua to protect the national hon or against Guatemala Ho says every man in tho state Is anxious for sari ice The governors of Guerrero Jalis co Tobasco and Motela have also telegraphed similar messages Taken After Six Years Chicago Juno 8Armed with all the nccoKsary documents Detective Loftus left here last night for Mobile Ala to bring Dan Coughlin back to Chicago Coughlin wasIndicted here six years ago on a charge of Jury bribing but jumped his bond Washington June 10The British ambassador James Bryco hI loft for Chicago where on next Wednesday ho will deliver an address at Urbana before tho student body of tho Unlver city of Illinois The second Hague peace conference will assemble next Saturday 1 LOOKING INTO IT Postoffico Inspectors Investigating an Alleged Hugo Grafting Conspiracy SECRET INQUIRY BEING MADE From Cincinnati Comes Story of Collu lIon for Gain Detween Certain Rail roads and Potts Dopairtment Man ner of Payment for Handling Malls Cincinnati Juno aAn Invostlga tlon of tho rotations of the railroads and the postofllce department by or dar of President Roosevelt which has already caused a saving to the gov ernment of moro than two million dollar is declared to bo now under way in nn article In a local newspaper The article 1IB7- S7hlrtJotwo postomao inspectors of the Visited States the shrewdest In the service of Uncle Semi are at work on a ease of alleged conspiracy of certain of the railroads with the department of the United paltollI Four of those inspectors Cincinnati Thanday They are not all still here aad In faot none of them may be here at this moment but they are likely to reappear any day and to be reinforced when they do return OetiWhat railroads an Involved In the allegations to not stated In brief the facts an known but the evidence to not at band The order to investigate to said to have got out from the tVidte Howe direst Thus far the search for evidence has not yielded Much fruit It to be lag conducted with great secrecy and the least misstep might oause as upheaval to see who was responsible The inquiry has been going OK for mouth in fact since last Decetaber- One poetofflce dirtakm has charge of tIN disbursement of ftOoooOOO sane ally and enough line been learned In the Investigation to tare the felted States 1000000 a yw Tho money gone to all the sources of mall re ceipt but the sJlvsrd conspiracy from whatever department U said toIhave been with certain rallrondi Is la connection with the pajr url for the handling vt the rrntls CRITICAL MOMENT Life of the Russian Deems Hangs In the Balance Bt Peterstiirg Juno IThf Brit teal momrut lu the life of the coalllaI has arrived and Frroilrr the ConMliitnnsl Democrat are flRbtlng In save the Tun parliament The baton within the cabinet between 8 to y pin + hackers and tbo traction arks Is proceeding rigorously and each Pardon Is maneuvering for sup port at IVtnnhof No decision has been reached but the latest ladles tines are that the premier Is winning The ramtltutlanaJ Democrats are bending all their might to SMUTC a majority Territorial DtflWigs Quaking Muskogee I T Jane 10A new territory scandal Is on the tapir Cad will develop next week when It to said suits charging IUd treads will be flied here by an agent of the In terror department against many per son prominent In the political life of the two territories The salts will U flied on the part of the federal goy ornament acting for the Creek nation charging with oeneiriraey to defraud n score or more of persons prominent In Muskogeo Tulsa and Wagoner and also against two national banks Trial II In Progress San Francisco Juno ItTbo jury was completed yesterday afternoon In- tho trial ot Mayor Eugene Sohmltz- on the first of tho flvo Indictments returned agalnsf hfrn by the Oliver grand jury by which ho is accused Jointly with Abraham Huof of having extorted from Joseph Malfantl 1175- aa the first Installment of a f5000 an anal bribe to secure to the French restaurant keepers of San Francisco their licenses to sell liquor Logs Are Too Cheap Vancouver D C Juno 0 Seventy nine logging camps will close Juno 30 for an Indefinite period Over thrco thousand men with wages aggregat- Ing 300000 per month will bo Idle Thu loggers association decided that logs are too cheap and that there aro too many on the market Tho Wreck Took Fire Erie Pa June OA freight train on tho Nickel Plato railroad was wrecked- at Harbor Creek six miles cast of here The wreck took lire and three cars of naphtha exploded m ICAD DRIVER RELEASED He Was Charged With Murder of Man Who Has Since Reappeared Coffoyrllle Kan Juno 10IleV- alle Burgee the dentist who disap peared on tho night of March 3 and was believed to have boon murdered is on the way to tho Philippines as n member of Company F Twentysixth regiment Ho enlisted at Oklahoma City March S was sent to Fort Sam Houston Tex nnd departed thrwo with ids regiment The recmlflnn of fleer at Oklahoma wino Identified tho recruit as Dr Uurgco will probably resolve the reward offered for hlA ds covory Tho oab driver In Jail hero charged with murdering Dr Burgoo has been released Mr Conger Left Little Ixxi Angeles Cal Juno 1 A pe titian for letters of administration for l tbo estate of B H Connor late Vaifd States ambaeeftder to Mexico has been filed by Sarah J Conger hIs widtw- rho petition states that the d0 linn died Intestate and plnois the vain of his estate at 1100 It cones cf 1000 standing to his credit tmu e suite department at Mtshlnrt anil personal jwupprty to th alIf S l unite Is urged as tht appropriate from which the halunre Is duO f n the government isfn alile will ipso 1 June 30a Had Never Worked Before Knnnas City inn lieMite- Devis YI3 aged twentgnr year T ed to be a inirtiiT i f a prnr t famflv ut PrtietO 110 Taro stllcM1 at the Veltlivtna ill I by t klrR poison M H UivU r tenvt g the hrtrI a f a layti a r nry rfttrwiiil TKI Ilh p e- meat illit tb lal ii ntY i1 I pC d fur work tti I l1 v r Ill- Kea r to ioycd IM a n1 to t ci s i lsneti leftitttr 11nrarc- d tatr It i nt k iun 1Ih 0 commit I ink Will Carry Vs Fi1 t Up Anstlii Tex int I1 Lodge p Of lllf 2 th dl r rurL DVI rr the modoO Of tin 0 ftv to r mw Irfnl to tie 1t ulnPlT t r mpati eonvli1 f it Keck lating lice attic rut lnw p of th and a jvUfment ff j r from r stnte wit I the i nvni nt cf henry p i altlu r tfretl 1OIIut II Notc r appeal T s given- Fatal Pit In PhiTtlphl Phllal Mia Inn 1 lanll r r baum 111 tt 0 A n kill hta tlirv dep cli hr i Ht- and JIillIlMo G I ti v ere lrby JUn1IIII from a iltr1 Dry w i during Il tire In their f me K QiiMnloln agrl 1 yrarr In II t Ifom cinraaslon of IIIIln 11IInjitrlf and may tI In Rele of Ptxcor htr Paris Juno luTL itcrnvi jeatonska which RUIN t In fJtaliU rout nt the ronilnic liirn XK hrnce create the ilUUm s lniir r here that at even crnelal m America free of K irojian si Is likely to be turned to as i i maker C F HANSONLIC- ENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R Robluson AU Mite tOTMfllr eeHeenled M nlcbl aDd day Tcloplionn Xn t llvrra Ky DrWGBEST DENTIST CITY rnoNi 103 OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE S R BAKER DENTISTOmen Over Printing Office BEREAKY IIOnlre boon front H to 4 city riione lea Teeth extracted without ptlu Somnoforroe HENRY LENGFELLNER TINNERiOnicn over 1ot Onlre Ilionn 1113IMnroliouoe wet of Depott-N Steel Hoofing Cheaper Than Eiivoa Trough h less thou Old EverI I tHIM I11I I 11IIII+I+lo 1F91FI11HI111IIh11iHHi1 1 OHIO COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERYte- ntrat iAvenue dad CnurtSlr t Cincinnati Ohio Session 1Thillbegins October 1st 1007 This is the first Dental Col I logo established In the West It Is coeducational and has n touching corps of twenty Instructors Its buildings are modern a and adapted to the requirements of modern denial education and its clinics are unsurpassed Optional Spring and Full Courses in clinical instruction are also given For Information and announcement I address H A Smith D D S Dean 110 Garfield Place Cincinnati Ohio rHI11 HIlIII H lIllIIII I 31HiIHII+Hi 7