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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 1 u oooouuuJuuu BEREA PUBLISHING CO oo0 QIIc U Bm Xv aarvad o oCI4l4I1111Uwtw 080000000000000 IIVol IX Five cents copyDEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE 27 One Dollar a year No2 1 NEWS OF THE WEEK French Winegrower Are Quieted Russian Revolutionists Make Proc lamation English Liberal Govern mont a Failure Railway Trackmen want National Inspection Tho Winegrowers of Franco are be clemenIceau alllllstopped made preventing tho making of winoII from chemicals and passing It tho real IIrtlcleiThe Social Revolutionists d181aohedment a calling on tho Peopleto organize and l1li1thoThey say that oven tho Czar has betrayed them alter promising that ho would not change the representation In the Douma without 1U consent he has ordered great changes which take away the voleo of the peasants and Increase the power of aristocracy and the rich The British Weekly of June Oth re EOnrnmentfposted of It and having lost tho sup port of tho people The Educational Dill whloh was to make public education In Hngland undenominational WILl defeated last winter In the House of Lord It was largely on account of the need of such a law that the Liberal Government won the strong support of the people when the last parliament was elected The govern ment fllMHjM have lORe ahead then to compel the House ef Leeds to pas the bill or eke to aboltok It altogether Instead It neeepted 1U defeat and turned its attention to other thlR811 l and BO It bM inlwrad 1U MaRCIe and lot Its favor awl the DrlUeh Weekly thinks Sa bound to be defeated at tho next ejection Members of the National Unto of Hallway Trackmen have written to President ltooHvelt ilK some Suite Governor asking that Stat or na tional railway inspector should be appointed They think that it the government should take as Much In tern In making the railroads safe M It does In making otmtml meat sate many lives might be saved I dour railways made as sate M those In Btirop which are carefully Inspect ed by the governments A ease of Virginia against West Virginia Is before the United States Supreme Court It Is claimed that when West Virginia became a sips rate atate she agreed to bear her proportion of the debt of Virginia Now she refutes to do so From twen tyflve to forty million dollars Is at stake In this matter TMr and Mrs Andrew Carnegie and AmtwiMMior aad Mrs Tower ware gueet of tilt Prince and Princess Henry of Germany last Sunday The Bmperor conducted religious services on the yaolit Hohenaollern and then sailed his racing yacht Meteor against the Hamburg and won the race Mr Carnegie was op aU way to the Peace Conference at the Hague A prominent New York manufactur sftjrs that Govornor Hughes of New will be the next President of tho Unit od States The private secretary of Gov Johnson of Minnesota says that he will be offered by the Minnesota Democrats as their candidate for pres Went =1do +oo+0do o+o+o+oo+o+o+0 THE WOMAN + 0 AND J THE BANK I 9 iMany women have a 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SURPLUSIroecooo te+o+e+e4o+e+e+et e+m+eiodoh e+o+oio Fo O+O+o+O+oeo+oh 4 fa f titt- iTue I CITIZEN I i er I 0 CONFESSION AND AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF HARRY ORCHARD In tho July issue of McClures Magazine a most important article la The Confession and Autobiography of HarT Orchard the confessed murderer of eighteen men tueudlng oxGovernor Steunenberg of Colonu doGeorge Klbbo Turner contributing Introductory Notea brletly states tho history of tho situation and gives us his Impressions of Orchard whom he has seen dally for weeks Beginning with his boyhood in Northumberland county Ontario Can ada In the Into sixties Orchard tells of his early life on the farm with little schooling much hay work regular church and Sunday school attend anco the usual life of a farmer boy Ho tolls how ho worked out for near by neighbors and went home on Sun day until he was twentyone when he wont to work In a lumber wood in Saglnaw Michigan He saved n little got married and ho and his wife who Was an expert cheesemaker rented a ch eo factory and started a business career The competition was close and this portion of the confession In which Orchard narrates his first deviations from n straightforward path are very Important as they plcturo forth his first trend toward the awful life ho lived later It Is all simply told and tho gradual steps are clearly marked short Invoices to the people who bought his cheese short weight to the mep he bought milk from and nil the details kept from his wife Ho soon lived beyond his means and finally lost his factory Then follow the steps that finally led him to burn his second factory and run away with another mans wife The woman returned homo and Orchard drifted into tho Coeur dAlene mining district in Idaho where ho first encountered rain Ing conditions and union affairs How he drifted about driving a milk wagon buying part Interest In a mine from his savings purchasing a wood yard In Burke and kept drinking and sporting around are narrated and h tells how be finally lost his business went to work In a mine as a muck er arid was transferred from the Knights of Labor to the Miners Un ion and for the first tlmo became ac quainted with the workings of the union as a member From here on he tells of the labor contests and graplcally describes the blowing up of the Bunker Hill mine and his escape from Burke to avoid arrest by the regulars Gauging the Speed When traveling on a railway you can toll how fast the train Is going by tho following method The telegraph posts along a railway line aro placed 30 to tho mllo So It you multiply the number of posts passed In amlnuto or two the result you the number of miles per hourat wklck the trala in KotaK ow UNPAID WORK THE TEACHER SHOULD DO byfireto have men and women stop doing everything for which they are paid no monqyMany of the best and most important things that are done are never paid for in money Every man and woman has some duties to do for which he can never receive any silver or gold ReadingRitingstops with lessons like these Every school teach SundaySchoolHe is not paid for ithe should be all the more careful to do it day in the week he should be teach ing the children to be kind truthtful neat clean hon est and diligent but the Sunday School is the place to make these things most interesting and helpful The songs about God and goodness will help the children to know that true religion is the best and happi est thing in the world the Bible stories of Mo ses and the heroes and prophets of long ago will help to make the future citizens of our mountains brave and serpentdrinkthan state laws to do away with whiskey and feuds You have your textbooks for geography grammar and arithmetic The Bible is the great text book for goodness and goodness is much more im portant to learn than arithmetic or geography And the time to learn it is when one is a child Very few men Veryfewtwenty years Old The time to learn to read and the time to learn what goodness is and to love to be good is when one is a child How many school teachers will do this unpaid duty How many SundaySchool THE MOUNTAINS fiRST KentuckyThisbo Mado In Kentucky Republican State Convention Names Candidates e Mr Wlllson republican candidate for governor plans to speak all thru tho state commencing In the mountains of eastern Kentucky Ho will speak In every county and in some more than once Ho is a splendid man and is sure to have great crowds to hear him It is said ho will open his campaign In Maysvllle Mason county where ho was born State Agricultural Commlsalonor Hubert Vreoland has arranged with the National Department of Forest Service for a Forest Survey of Ken tucky and have gotten Charles 0 Mutzonberg to go to Switzerland to bring over immigrants to settle In Kentucky and help develop the farms The following ticket was nominated In the Republican State Convention in Louisville June 19th For Governor Augustus E Wilson of Louisville For Lieutenant GovernorW 11 Cox of Mason county For Attorney General Jas Breath Itt of Christian County For Auditor Frank P James of Mercer county For Treasurer Capt Ed Farley of McCracken county For Secretary of StateDr Den L Bruher of Breckenrldgo county For Superintendent of Public In struction J S Crabbe of Boyd countyFor Commissioner of Agriculture N C Rankin of Henry county For Clerk of Court of Appeals Napier Adams of Pulaskl county Wlllson was nominated by acclamation No other candidate was named The convention did not vote to favor any candidate for president Altho a large part of tho delegates wanted to endorse Taft there was a strong op aeresolution approving the administra tion of Roosevelt but not favorin any ono candidate for his successor Judge Wm H Holt made a strong speech for temperance and it was hoped that tho Resolutions Committee would approve a strong temperance plank Tho county unit law was approved but nothing was said about tho closing of saloons on Sunday That was not very good but after all that Is a question of honesty in the candidate rather than of party policy It tho republican candidates are elected they will swear to enforce the law If they aro honest they will keep their oath It they are not they ought not to be elected Let everyman look up the candidates and vote for the best man first and the best party afterwards That Is tho only way to make the parties put up good mel s i 1000000000110000 An 0 advertlsment In The Clt o o i JI Izen would reach five thou 0o sand people 0o JI- U OOOOOOOOOOO 1 a 1007 INTERESTING FACTS Circular No 58 Issued from the ot rice of Public Roads of the United States Department of Agriculture con thins some Interesting statistics about the public roads of Kentucky The circular la based upon data obtained In 1904 It shows that at that time there wero 67137 miles of public roads In this Stato 1408 miles of which were surfaced with gravel and 8078 with stone There was one mile of road to every 37 Inhabitants and one mile of Improved road to every 22C Inhabitants The county containing the greatest total of mileage U Clay with 1600 miles of road with only one mile of gravel and ten miles of stone The second largest mileage of road Is Elli ott with not ono mile of Improved road There are 40 counties without a single mile of Improved road with in their boundaries Tho largest amount expended on roads by any one county is Jeferson which Is credited with 120000 and has a total of 550 miles of Improved roads layette county comes second In amount of annual expenditures with 63000 credit ed and a total of 375 miles of road of which 360 are Improved The smallest mileage credited toany county In the State is 75 miles which Is the total of Martin county none of which are improved LOCAL OPTION WINS The Appellate Court Tuesday nf tinned the judgement of tho Pulas kl Circuit Court In tho case of Syl voeter Newton and others against J C Ogden and others Judge Carroll delivered the opinion In the city of Somerset the local option election was generallelectton was contested on the ground that It was held within thirty days of a pol itical election which Is prohibited by Section 2555 Kentucky statutes The question in the case was whether November 6th should or should not bo included In counting the 30 days The lower court held that tho day Novembergelection was held must be Included in the count thus putting the local op tion election beyond the thirty days limit Print Shop Raided Warsaw Juno 24The police dis covered the secret printing establish ment of the revolutionary headquart ers hero and confiscated thousands of revolutionary proclamations Must Go to the Chair Cleveland 0 June 24 Joseph Boldy murdered of Veronica Vargo aged fifteen years has been sentenced to be electrocuted Oct 7 Two Trainmen Killed It Paul Juno 24Two men were killed and ana seriously injured by the derailment of a work trala near DetrOIt Kin 0 THINGS TO THINK OF Wise and Striking Words of the Worlds Greatest Thinkers Speak ers and Writers Zealous men are ever displaying to you the strength of their belief while Judicious men are showing you the grounds of It Shenstone Girls we love for what they are young men for what they promise to beGoetheTrust the world for It never payeth that it promlseth St Augustine Everybody in this world wants watching but nobody more than ourselvesH W Sham When fortune knocks at the door tho wolf still hangs around to see It you are going to open It 1 A net With Uncle Ram Qhomesteadand to a go about It sought Information from a friend Mike he said youve taken a homestead an I thought ye could tell mo th law concernln how to go about it Well Dennis I dont remember th exact word In of th law but I can give ye th meanln uv it Th meanin of it Is this Th l government is willln to bet ye 100 acres uv land against 14 that ye cant live on it five years wi dolit starvln to death Kansas City Star Chief Contents of This Number POE ONE News of The ekIEditorial Unpaid Work the Teacher Should Do Wlllftou Will Stump the Mountain Things to Think Of- PAGE TWO SrlnlTho house of n Thousand Candles Youths Department PAGE THREE Ilerca tied Vicinity 1 Take Notice College Items PAGE YOUR Comments Violation of the Lnws and The Lnwi- Delnjfc Arthur Wnrreu What the Submarine Should Be Simon Lake Tho IClml of Protiosnl that trlnFrance- o Ingenoll Polltlcql Tnlk- Tempemnc Notes UorUclllturethint about The Sundry School lesson POE SIX The School Problem of the District School bjr Prof Ulnsmorn The FnrmJfcW To Tell If Milk Is Goad Tlie Home Useful Hint from Home and Farm Latest Market Report PAGE SEVEN News from Everywhere Recent stab sew PAGE EIGHT Kniteni Kentucky Correpmlencek ADVANCE PREPARATIONS New Orleans Going to Keep Yellow tJack Out This Summer New Orleans June 24Tho Marinethospital service which Is in chargo of the quarantine against yellow fever announces the completion of an In spection system which Is expected ef fectively to ward off tho danger orI tho fevers entry through the back + door tho term used to describe in fection carried by persons who do not take sick until they have passed out Of the state which admitted them and ire consequently no longer suspected The Texas state authorities have agreed to corporate in watching for levern days after every per ion who enters from a feverdlltrlctJDestinations of incoming passengers who go to another state are immedl tely telegraphed to that state with a description of tho passenger He Took the Hint Washington June 24Tho attor neygeneral has been advised that Clark J Tlsdel master in chancery at Muskogee I T has resigned that position Certain charges that be ail master in chancery sold oil lands to t company of which he was one of the Incorporators were investigated In J April last by a representative of the department of Justice who reported substantially exonerating Tisdel from any charge of improper conduct but also pointed out the undeslrablllty of his continuance as master in chancery In view of certain features of his bust ness relations Wellman Getting at It Again Camp Wellman Spitzbergen via rromsoo June UAfler meeting with some difficulty owing to the pack Ice Walter Wellman tho leader of the Wellman Chicago Record Herald arctic expedition has arrived here The members of the party who had been left behind in Spitzbergen were found to be well and in spite of tho boisterous winter weather nothing was changed The weather during the past week has been good and rapid progress is being mado with tho work Of the expedition Siberian dogs are being brought here from Tromsoe t ji- w NEWSPAPER LAWS be UkM the pear tegalulr from the Ml 1lr11 thM 41ttetd to name or whtlbcf I lYfbW bauwlnglbtmanotlUd for 1aIrimsFedeWac r Ivmnoxu FBACD r THE HOUSE OF A THOUSANDCANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Anlhor it THE MAIN CHANCE ZELDA DAHEEON Etc Copjrisht UM bj BobbtJIerrlll Co CHAPTER XVIContlnued Pray do not trouble about It Sis ter Theresa There are a good many things about my grandfathers affairs that I dont understand but Im not going to see an old friend of his swln died Theres more in all this than appears My grandfather seems to havo mislaid or lost most of his assets before he died And yet ho had tho reputation of being a pretty cautious business man The Impression Is abroad as you must know that your grandfather con cealed his fortune before his death rho people hereabouts believe so and Mr Pickering the executqr has been unable to trace It lies I bolleve Mr Pickering has not been able to solve the problem I said and laughod But of course you and ho will co operate In an effort to find tho lost property Sho bent forward slightly her eyes as they met mine examined me with a keen Interest- Why shouldnt I be frank with you Sister Theresa I havo every reason for believing Arthur Pickering a scoundrel He does not care to Cooperate with mo In searching for this money The fact is that he is very much wishes to eliminate me as a factor In the settlement of the estate I speak carefully I know exactly what 1 am saying ShQ bowed her heal slightly and was silent for a moment Tho silence was the more marked from the fact that the hood of her habit concealed tier fate What you say is very serious Yes and his offense is equally so rioua It may seem odd for me to be saying this to you when I am a strang er when you may bo pardoned for having to very high opinion of me Sho turned her taco to meIt was singularly gentle and refined not a- facto associate with an Idea of self seeking qr duplicity I sent for you Mr Glenarm because I tad a very good opinion of you became for one reason you are tho grandson of your grandfather and tho friendly light in her gray eyes drove away any lingering doubt I may have had as to her sincerity I wished to warn you to havo a care for your own safety I dont warn you against Arthur Pickering alone but against the countryside The Idea of a hidden fortune Is alluring a mys terious house and a lost treasure make a very enticing combination I fancy Mr Glenarm did not realize that ho was creating dangers for the peo pIe he wished to help She was silent again her oyos boat meditatively upon mo Then she spoko abruptlyMr Pickering wishes to marry my ticco Ah I have beou welting to hear that I am exceedingly glad to know that he has so noblo an ambition But Miss Devereiu isnt encouraging him as near asl can make out She refused to go to California with his JartyI happen to know that That whole California episode ffould have been amusing if it had not teen ridiculous Marian never had he slightest idea of going with him but she is sometimes a little shall I say perverse Please do I like the wordand the quality And Mr Pickerings rather elaborate methods of wooing = Hos as heavy as lead I declared =Amuse Marian up to a certain jiplnt then they annoy Her Ho has Implied pretty strongly that the claim Itatarlannever marry him whether she benefits by your grandfathers will or however that may bel I should say not I declared with a warmth that caused Sister Theresa to weep me with those wonderful gray eyes But first he expects to find this fortune and endow Miss Dcvorcux with it That is a part of the scheme And my own interest In the estate must be eliminated before ho can living that condition about But Sister Theresa I am not so easily got rid of as Arthur Pickering Imagines My stayln qualities which were al ways weak in the eyes of my family have been braced up a trifle Yes I thought pleasure and hope wore expressed in the monosyllable and my heart Warmed to her Sister Theresa you and 1 aro un derstanding each other much better tan I Imagined wo should and we b6thlaughed feeling a real sympathy growing between us Yes I believe we areand the smile lighted her face again So I can tell you two things The first Is that Artluir Pickering will Hover find my grandfathers lost for tune assuming that any exists The necond Is that In no tiellt will ho marry your niece- YhuMeak with a good deal of con ildetieoV she Bald and laughed a low murmuring laugh I thought there was relief In it But I didnt suppose Ma rlans affairs interested you They dont Sister Theresa Her affairs aro not of tho slightest import ance but she lslIThere was frank inquiry In her eyes nowBut you dont know hor you have missed your opportunity- To be sure I dont know her but I know Olivia Gladys Armstrong Shos- a particular friend of mine wo have chased rabbits together and sho told mo a great deal I havo formed a very good opinion of Miss Dcvercux In that way Oh that note you wrote about Olivias intrusions beyond the wall I I ought to thank you for It but I really didnt mind A note I never wrote you a note until today Well some ono did I said then shesmiledOh must have been Marian Sho was always Olivias loyal friend and apologist I should say so But you shouldnt have known OliviaIt is unpardonable If she played tricks upon you you should not have taken advantage of thorn to make her acquaintance That wasnt fair to mel I suppose not But I protest against this deportation The land scape hereabouts Is only so much sky snow and lumber without Olivia Wo mIss her too replied Sister Theresa Wo have loss to dot I went homo and studied tho timetable CHAPTER XVII Golden Butterflies If you aro ono of those captious pee pIe who must verify by the calendar I Upon Maple ovary new moon you read of in a book and If you aro pained to discover the historian lifting anchor and spreading sail contrary to tile reckonings of tho nautical almanac I bog to call your at tention to those Items from the time table of tho MidWestern and Southern Railway for Dccom6or 1901 The southbound express passed Arinandalo at exactly 53 minutes after four p in It was scheduled to reach Cincinnati at 11 oclock sharp This I trust is sufficiently explicit To the student of morals and motives I will say a further word had resolved to practice deception In run ning away from Glenarm House to keep my promise to Marian Dcveroux By leaving I should forfeit my right to any part of my grandfathers es tate but of more Immediate Import ante was my absence from Glenarm House at this juncture when the at tacks of Morgan and the strange ways of Bates made it clearly my duty to remain Pickering and were engaged in a sharp contest and was beginning to enjoy It to the full but did not falter In my determination to visit Cincinnati hoping to return without my absence being discovered so the next afternoon began prepar- Ing for my journey Bates fear that taking a se vere cold and Im wining to dose myself with whisky and quinine and go to bed I shant want any dinner noth ing until you see me again I yawned and stretched myself with a groan rim very sorry sir Shant call a doctor Not a bit of It Ill sleep It off and be as lively as a cricket in the morn Ing At four oclock I told him to carry hot water and lemons to my rooms bado him an emphatic good night and locked the door aa he loft Then I packed my evening clothes In a suitcase threw tho bag and heavy ulster from a window swung myself out upon the limb of a big ma plo and let It bond mo to Its sharpest and then dropped lightly to the groundI the gate and struck oft toward the village with a joyful sense of freedom reached tho station without Incident and waited in the freight shed to k wp out of sight of the station loafers until my train drew up then quietly jumped aboard I bought a seat in the Washington sleeper and after suppo In tho dliflng car made myself comfortable and dozed and dreamed as tho train plunged through tho dark Tho through passengers about me wont to bed and was loft sprawled out In my open section lurking on tho shadowy frontier between tho known world and dreamland Were runnnlng Into Cincinnati ten minutes late said the porters voice and In n moment 1 was In tho vcstl hula and out hurrying to a hotel At tho St Botolph I ordered a carriage and broke all records changing my clothes The timetable Informed mo that the Chicago express left at half post one There was no reason why I should not be safo at Glcnarm Houa by my usual breakfast hour In tho morning If all went well To avoid loss of time In returning to tho sta lion I paid the hotel chargo and car nod my bag away with ma Doctor Armstrongs residence Yes sir Ivo already taken two loads thereTho carriage was soon climbing what semed to be a mountalnto tho heights above Cincinnati To this day associate Ohios most interesting city with a lonely carriage ride that was as strange to me as a trackless jungle in tho wilds df Africa And my heart hogan to perform strange tattoos on my ribs was going to the house of a gentleman who did not know of my existence to see a girl who was his guest to whom I had never as the conventions go been presented It did not scorn halfso easy now that I was well launched upon tho adven ture stopped tho oobman just as ho was about to enter an Iron gatpway whose posts boro two groat lamps r I Swung Myself Out the Limb of a Big I I I I I I Im I some I I I I I I Thats all right sir I oan drive right In- But you neednt I said Jumping out Walt right hnro Doctor Armstrongs residence was brilliantly lighted and the strains of waltz stole across tho lawn chebrlly IIa made a detour and studied tho house seeking n door by which I could enter without passing the unfriendly Gib raltar of a host and hostess on guard to welcome belated guests A long conservatory tilled with trop ical plants gave ma an opportunity Prom mailers wera passing idly through It and out Into another part of the houso by an exit I could not see A handsome spectacled gentleman opened a glass door within a yard of where I stood sniffed the air and said to his companion as ho turn ed back with a shrug Into tho conser vatory Theres no sign of snow It tvat Christmas weather nt all Ho strolled away through thp palms and I Instantly threw off my ulster and pap cast them behind some bushes and boldly opened the door and entered Tho ball room wan on tho third floor but the guests wero straggling down to supper and I took my stand at the foot of the broad stairway and glanced up carelessly as though waiting tot some one It was a large and brll llant company and many a lovuly fact passed me as I stood waiting The very size of the gathering gave me security and I smoothed my gloves complacentlyThe gentleman whose in terest In the weather had given me a valued hint of the open conservatory door canto nosy and stood beside mo He even put his hand on my arm with Intimate friendlinessTO May Find Market In Sudan A British officer In the Sudan sug gests that the educating of the natives the matter of wearing apparel will Iin a work of time Their purchas thanInn Arab owns 200 head ofcattlo and only ono shirt In Massachusints tho IllcjMl salt of street railway transfers made punlfitiablo by a fine not excecdlnj 50 or imprisonment for ut wait than 30 days HAYOODLETTER TO MRS ORCHARD IS PUT IN EVIDENCE THE PROSECUTION SECURES Admission of Several Missives Over Strenuous Protests of the Defense Boise Ida Juno 19Tho proscocu lion In tho Stcunonbcrg murder trial offered ono of its roost Important pieces of evidence against William D Haywood when recalling Harry Or chard for redirect examination It In troduced and secured tho admission of four letters tending to show that Haywood during the fall of 1005 when Orchard swears ho was engaged on various crimes for the federation lead ers had participated In a plan to do cclvo Mrs Orchard the second of Cripple Creek as to tho whereabouts of hoe husband Over a variety of protests from tho defense Orchard was allowed to testi fy that early In tho summer of 1005 Haywood told him that Mrs Orchard was writing him for Information as to Orchards whereabouts Orchard swore that ho proposed that ho should write his wile a sorlos of leUors that were tobo falsely dated and delivered to Mrs Orchard by agents of the fed oration Ho said that ho wrote two letters which lw doted at San Francisco end had them delivered through Paddy Mullen ear who represented tho fedora lion at Cripple Crock Orchard Identi tied the two letters and overruling all objections of the defense Judge Wool admlU thom text Orchard swore that ho wrotn i third letter purporting to come from Vane Alaska sad that under the general arrnnjcwoiit he had made wtefc the f iitlon officials Marian Moore earth the Niter to Noun where he went u organiser of the fed tratlcn and ported It This letter beariBK the dato of NVxue Augatt I 1MB WH produced MenHied and admltUid as evidence Orchard then Identified the leUet whtcb Haywood wrote to Mrs Orchard and that too was admitted In evl dence and kaaded to the Jury It was es follows Denver November IS 1004- Mm IL Orchard Dear Madam and Sieter T have oat heard a word inco I saw you The Jut taforntaUoii I got was from Alaska I thick Falrchlld ws the sane of the place I see that awful Dominions prerall among the law nail orderelemsnt fears very truly to WILLIAM D HAYWOOD Tho three leUen wrtUen by Orchard wero commonplace and contained prac tically nothing bearing OR the ease or Orchards testimony except references to tho arrangement which Orchard says ho made with the federation offi cials for the care of lite wife wblie ha win absent The detente attacked these letters And Orchard story sheet them when it got a chance to crowwuramlne tho wlneM but Orchard held to tho story he told about thorn MATRON SEIZED REVOLVER And Called the Police When Negro Sought the Girls Lynchburg Va June 10 Following olosely upon an attempted criminal aault Jn practically tile same neighborhood George Ham leU ooloreil was caught In the Van dyke League homo whore 20 pretty working girls wero sleeping Ho was heard by the matron who armed her photicforofficer In the hour tried to escape but was caught by two other policemen as be was rushing from the hack door Tho police declare the man was trying to find the slooplng quarters of tho girlsAt practically tho some tlmo tho ir rest of Hamlett was cffectod 50 men and boys presented themsolvos at the city jail and demanded the custody of John Robinson a negro who was caught In tho act of attempting to assault Mrs 0 W GatHer The moh while seemingly determined lacked leadership Sergt Johnson convinced It that tho man had been removed from the Jail although such was not the case The mab was then dispersed by the police These two Instances ono following close upon the heels of the other have caused Intonso feeling against tho blacks In tho neighborhood Convicts Defy Officers Richmond Va Juno 19Threo ne gro convicts who escaped from a camp near Drewerya Bluff Saturday have been located in Chesterfield county where armod to tho teeth they havo barricaded themselves In a doserted cabin Officers with Instructions to press Intb their service all men on their way aro on their way there A battle to death ij expected ISaved From Suicide Appleton WIs June hM J Lover of Cincinnati was saved from suicide by tho sunstroke which felled him to tho ground when ho was on his way to blow out his brains Lack ot succors made him despondent IIo stole tho revolver Mrs Davis Injured Des Moines la Juno 19Mrs Da via wife of Wm Davis known profes sionally as ono of Mlnorva sister who courts death twice dally In John Robin sons cltcus fol front the demo of the tent and it hi thought eke wil Idle GOOD FOR EVIL How Micky Won the Game for the Qoycevllle Nine Follows wovo Just got to win tho gamo tomorrow Those Jonosvlllo chaps havo been strutting around In a way thats unbearable over since they beat us last year Wove got to lake tho prldo out of them and that In a hurryCaptain Jack Dunsmores delivery ot this speech made a profound Impres slop on his hearers among whom wore the entire noycevlllo nine and throe or four of their loyal supporters Well Jim Warners arm Is entirely veil again and If ho takes care of himself until tomorrow I dont see how we can help winning said Catch or Dob and tho rest of tho group murmured assent Bet Ill reach the swlmmln hole OMIt yelled BUI Wolf sprinting down the dusty road at a mad pace as tho clump of trees that marked their fa vorite bathing placo camo Into view Every bby there accepted the chal lengo and away they dashed raising such a cloud of dust as would have done credit to a herd of cattle Bill Wolf dived down tho long slope that led to the edge of tho creek but boforo ho had gone halt way ho ro appeared from among tho trees hoarsely calling Hold up follows that nervy Micky OToolo U down there swlramln Lets teach him and his gang to stay whore they belong at tho other end of the town Arming themselves with pinecones and sticks and clods of earth tho party nt a signal from mil swept down tho bank like an avalanche and discharged their missiles as ono nun at the unoffending Micky The sud denness of the onslaught staggered Micky but he quickly recovered him self and hurriedly made for tho op posUp shore whore from tho shelter of a tree ho answered their screams of laughter with words of defiance Soon ho disappeared with a final taunt for any follow to come over If he wanted a licking The next minute all wore disporting themselves in the water having a They Were Having a Jolly Good Time jolly good tlmo If one might judge from the roars of merriment that arose on every stile All at once a sharp cry of pain rant out followed by a sliding and rattling and Kouflllng as something crashed down tho steep bank just by the bend Whistling fishes exclaimed Pete Hamilton as ho arrived on the scene If It aint Jim Warner and some things wrong with his arm tool Ho was right Jim had slipped at the top of tho slope had fallen heavily on his arm and then rolled down the bankWhen Captain Dunsmoro mustered his men on tho ballground the follow Ing day any ono could see with halt an eye that tho noycevlllo team had lout all hope although suit prepared to fight their hardest nut Will Brant couldnt pitch worth a cent and ho was tho best they had rho game was just about ready to begin whoa Captain Jack felt soma body tap him on tho shoulder Look ing around he saw Micky QTooIo his freckled faco adornod with a broad friendly grin Say ho said I hear you fellows aro hard up for a pitcher I can pitch a little myself and It I can help you outwhy Im wlllln Youre n trump Mlckyl cried Jack shaking him heartily by the hand Its downright splendid of you after the way the fellows treated you yesterdayAs had modestly suggested ho could pitch a littleIndeed It was said that ho was a shado hotter than Jim Warner tho star noycevlllo of cpurso won the game and yqu may rest assured that Micky went swimming In tho Old Swimming Hole whenever ho pleased thereafter Los Angeles Times CONUNDRUMS Why cannot a butcher bo an honest man Because ho steels his Knives What is tho difference between a soldier and a bomb shell One goes to war and tho other goes to pieces i What letter IB most useful to a deaf woman A ecause It makes her arwDetrolt Free Press r THE MAGIC LADDER Have you scon nstrong man do tricks Hero Is a trick you can do on a small scale which will make a very pretty little paper ladder Take a strip of vapor about 24 Inches long by six wide Roll It loosely but evenly so that your thumb If you are n little chap or your forefinger If you area grownup wilt slip easily Into tho roll Prow tho roll tint and with sharp scissors cut out a piece as marked by dotted lines which will make the roll look boatshupod Then press tho center of the bottom of tho little boat below U up and A anti C down and nmko a sharp croaso at II as In figure How It Is Made 2 Then holding tho ends A and 0Ilightly in the left band grasp ono fold of the paper at Jl out of the broken roll and keep on pulling see figure 3 gentry and firmly until the ladder IIIjcomplete The sides of the laddersshould be oven says Good HO that It may be shut up again like a telescope A little practice will make perfect In this und amuse little peoplo and big The strung man does this with an onormoH roll of paper which he tears with his fingers Instead of uviug seta corn CAN YOU DO ITT How to Pierce a Nickel with a Needle To ploroe a nickel with a needle especially if the needle be a very flao ono seems a dim cult It not an Insoluble prablom It ill aovertkelees- a very fttrapl feat To succeed In sert a needle IB a I eerie M that UM point be jest apparent awl If the needle project at the oUter sad II1II111off the remainder of It with a pity of sheen Now place your nickel on a cawplo of wooden blocks se In UM Ulwtra lion and strike a sharp Wow with a heavy hemmer on the prepared oork that you have placed above it or It will do If the nickel la simply laid upon a single Mock ef soft wood The needle being unable to bond either way thanks to the friendly suit port of the pork Is forced to go OM way aad will plane the shekel or even a quarter with this greatest eve for as rre know the steel ot the I needle Is harder than the bronze or the silver of the eoieJIgteal Us I perimeata j 8 CUT WITH A PENKNIFE A Chain Carved Out of a Solid Piece ol Oak Tho chain shows la the aeoeMpmy Ing photograph represent a predlgkxu example of Industry and skill having been cut oat of a solid piece of oak by a Suffolk Hueland man seine 60 rears ago the only tool used being The Wooden Chain ran ordinary pocketknIfe Mcasurlni about three and onehalf foot In lengthy the chain itself contains 35 links with a swivel In the center which latter must have been the most difficult part ot the carvers handiwork Jn spite of title however the wholo was couplet ed without a flaw or join and it It probable that this It the longest piece of carved chainwork of Its kind px tant None Lost Sand Bar ferry near Augusta Ga Is a flatboat affair frail and rickety Two timid ladles hesitating to cross plied the negro boatman with ques lions about it says Youths Compan ion And are you perfectly suro no ono has ever been lost hero they lIe manded No missus replied tho ferryman No one aint over been los hero I Marco JOHO Brlstow done got spilled dOYfoundnever los nobody no maam Undo JaclcI suppose you ride om your donkey when you want toT JohnnYOh n6J j rlda when tbs donkey wants mo to I afar l It Pays to Paint There is nothing that adds to to the selling value or the renting value of a house like good paint there is nothing that makes home more homelike than good paint It pays to paint The better the paint the better it pays THE SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINT FOR PAINTING BUILDINGS1 OUTSIDE AND INSIDE pays in the beginning because it goes so far pays in end because it lasts so long and looks so well as longas it lasts There is no paint like it for beauty and durability for economy andsatisfaction SEE vs TOR COLOR CARDS I The Porter Drug Co Ii iNCORrORiTKD 1 o0000000000O0 Oso OlO OSOSOSO OSO Olo ONO e I Vicinitys I 0 0 o 0 o GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OP SOURCES ioooloeololololololololololololololololololoeol0 1b Take Notice Next Sunday is observed In many churches thruout the country na Stainless Flag Sunday and at the Union Church Dr Thomson Will preach on The Relation of the Gov eminent to tho Liquor Traffic The Conversation Club will meet this week Friday at Dr Thomson heuM The subject for discussion la Hureal Preserves and by special request the leader Is Mr Will Flanorj who Is managing the local experiment rtntlen of tho United States Forestry Deportment 1 In order to accommodate those Who thru the summer oannot come to the College Library on evenings during the I week It will bo open at night from OtIO to 8 ooloek on Wednesdays And I Saturdays and Sunday evenings from 110 to 400 until further notice On I Sundays the Library is open only for reading and not for tho drawing ot leeks MlH lira Dunn of Winchester is spending her vacation In Berea While hero she will be tho guest ot her sisters Laura Lou and Blue Dunean of Urdapvct street Mr R Harris formerly of the firm of Harris Ilhodus Company has purchatcd Mr Jerry Richardson stock of goods and will continue In that business In the MOle location next to the Central Hotel on Mali streetMr Q M Oreen Is occupying the store on tho corner of Main and Center streets recently occupied by Mrs 8 n Dakor Mr Mark Splnk and wife who have boon attending tho Kentucky frees Association at Irvine returned homo Thursday U A Fcttls who has been lit S E Welchs drug store for several reare- f has accepted a position at Somerset Ky If you expect to build you will save time und money by seeing mo Joe SI Early Jr BerenKy Practical Draftsman Houses and Sardens for Rent Call on Q D Holliday at the Boron Bank and Trust Company Is It Your OwnHair Do you pin your hat to your own hair Cant do it Havent en ugh hair It must be you do not know Ayers J Hair Vigor I Heres an Intro duction I May the acquaint ance result in a heavy growth of ofrlchthlcfcRlossyhaIrl And we know youll never betray II I llilnV thtt Artrt heir Vigor It the moil 1 ruixltifiil iKtmrower lhtiwM svermd 1 IIHTO nurrt It for come time nd I tan truth u OT that I em petty pbeuA with It I I prepiJJT J o Ayer 00 Lowll MM Alto otauteoturtrl or AWe SASSAPARILUDI i l Ir James 1C Chaney and family wore suddenly called to Berea Juno 8th to attend tbo funeral of his sis terJnlaw Mrs Joe Smith and whip s hero ho spent Sunday and Sunday night very pleasantly with his slater Mrs Fannie C Demmon Mr Chancy has given up his Position as sectloi foreman on the Is A n R And joined his father In general raerohan dlso and produce business at Spears Josaamlne county lion L D Lewis of Leslie county seems to be a loading republican can didate for Circuit Judge In tho 33rd district Tho Kentucky Register announces that the Oarneglo Foundation for tin Advancement of Teaching has grant ed Dr 1 II Blanton of Central Unl varsity an annuity of = 1000 as a special recognition of his long valuable services A statement that he Is the first Kentuckian thus fav ored however Is a mistake Prof L V Dodge of DorM College wa granted a similar annuity about a year ago Oscar Hayoa and wife arc moving Into tho property on Center street recently occupied by Mrs R D Cook Green 11111 left Monday morning fot Hopkins county where ha will bo em ployed some time In hauling logs foi Mr Pences saw mill Mrs Pence and little grandson hav gone to Indiana for a months visit before going to her homo in Madison vlllo Ky- Berea people are proud ofthe new concrete walk which Is being laid on Main street Miss Gertrude Powell of Louisville was hero Friday and Saturday as the guest of Miss Bertha Settle Mrs C Co Blauton visited her daughter Mrs Q H Gabbard last week Mrs Burltt Van Wlnklo has been very 111 for several days Mrs Cook of Falmouth Ky h been hero several days as tho gues of her daughter Mrs W H Bower Supt J A Burgess and daughter loft Friday to tako their vacation with friends In the North Mr and Mrs T J Scrlvner have turned homo from Plnevtlle after weeks visit with their son John Welch returned home last week from Morgantown W Va I Jaa A Anderson Bold to J W Ballard n tine mulo colt for 125 Forest Hill and wife are mov IlugMr Into the houso on Center street recently occupied by Mr Pence Mr Irvine Scrivner and little of Georgetown spoilt a few days las Ii week with T J Scrivner and tam fly Mr J J Brannaman was on the sick list last week The Childrens Day exercises atthe Disciples Church given Sunday nigh- were good and the children showe- that they had been carefully trainedl- IIr Lewis Sandlln of Kingston was lit Berea Saturday Miss Martha Spurlock Is visiting friends In Paint Lick this week Rev Z Ball will conduct specia services In tho Glado Disciples Church commencing August 11th The Voice of Conscience Never yet was tho voice of com iclcuco silenced without retribution tuna Jameson loooolooeooloo6olooS c- i College Items i o oHERE AND THERE aoooooS0S0S0S0S0S0S0SMr wishes to all their Borea friends from COB College Pl Valparaiso Ind whore they are spending their vacation Dr Thomson with an auburn load of College workers went to Farris town Sunday night Miss Cameron left on her vacation Tuesday morning Miss Morrow together with Cleveland and Edith Frost will leave for Yonkers New York Thursday of this week The delegates to the YlIl C A Con foronco at Danville Ky returned Frl day and report a most profitable time Mr Howard Hudson add Mr Carl Kirk left Boroa Saturday for a months trip thru the mountains Rev C 8 Mason of Cincinnati con ducted tho services at Narrow Gap Church Sunday night Mrs Dlnsmoro made a trip to Frankfort Ky last week returning Saturday night Mr Gilbert Combs writes of a von pleasant trip to Evansvllle Indiana whoM his summer work Is to be Ills address there Is 321 Upper First streo Boron Iloy Win nt hurtle The Berea boys at tho Danvlll conference who had so much success In baseball tied the score with the Congregational school at Williams burg at the fieldday contest held last Thursday Fortyeight point wore made by each school Tho high est score made by any of the other In stltutlons represented was clover points Thomson won the hundred yard dash Fellmy the halfmile and Combs the high Jump shot put and pole vault In the mile relay our boys had It all to themselves for the others were so far behind they were forced to quit without finishing the race Yaqul Village Wiped Out Ouaymas Mos Juno 24Word tins reached Col Alberto adjutant mill tary chief that troops of the national guard under Francisco Cats Wednes day attacked and wiped out a TillageII of fifty Indians north of Ortiz Corro de Las Lajas Six Yaqula were onedman wore taken and various supplies con fiscated It Is understood all prison ers will be deported to Qulntanarro tho Mexican territory In tho extreme southern part of tho republic Follows Play Hartford City Ind Juno 24De cauio he renlgged In a sevenup tame George Lines a Montpelier man was stabbed In the taco by John Vin cent and because he wielded a knife Vincent was charged with assault and battery with Intent to kill and was sent to the penitentiary for two to suingeIn tho a They Turned Him Down Washington Juno 24 Falling to secure any recognition at the hands of the state department Senor Ugarte representing the provisional govern ment of President Davllla of Hondu ran will seek an Interview with Pres ident Roosevelt to explain conditions In Honduras and endeavor to obtain recognition ca tho minister to Wash ington Principal Grievances Removed Paris June 4Tho WInogrowers iltuatlon In southern Franco la expect ed to assume a more peaceful phase this week as tho principal grievances removedtby which passed the chamber of deputies practically unanimously last week Horses Rescued Now York Juno 24Flre destroyed Metropolitanaraco moro horses wero In the buildings when the blaze was discovered In the teed room of the Bovcrwyck stable All were taken out without having suffered harm Production of Lumber Washington Juno 24Tho census bureau announces the production of lumber In the United States in 1906 3802tthe lumber over 13000000 feet was made from yellow pine Mays Internal Revenue Washington Juno 24The monthly statement of tho collections of Inter monthded to J22635761 which Is an Increase over May 1900 of 2039078 Hr System Maria what on earth Is tho use of your telling the girl to bo sure and wako you at 0 oclock Sho docs it every morning and you never get up at that time John I dont want you to Interfere with my way of running tho house I- know just what I am doing When that girl calls me at 0 oclock I know shell up and that It what I want Chicago Tribune NEWS OF KENTUCKY Twcfey told Information Ceeeerehi Matters of Curreni lnUrMt to Kentuckian DIE STATE NEWS IN A KUTSXiLL ltor Are Found Accurately tIedMM Happenings of the targast Im port Which Arc Attracting Atten tion Throughout Kentucky Lexington Ky Juno 24Drlg Gen Henry T Allen chief of the Philip pine constabulary of tho United States inny has left hero for Washington Fhero he will tender his formal res ignation as bead of the department to take the position as head of tho fellowstono Park service Gen Allen organized the Philippine ionstabulary and has been In charge tor seven years He Is a naUvo of lath County Kentucky KENTUCKY REPUBtrCANS Augustus E Wlllson Nominated for Governor Without Opposition Iioulsrlllo Ky June 20Atter ru more of contests on the floor over the endorsement of a presidential candi date and the local option question tho Republicans of Kentucky In state con vention last night selected Augustus E Willson of Louisville as their can didate for governor and adopted their platform without a dissenting rolco The contest between the adherents of Vice President Fairbanks and Seem tary of War Taft In committee was warm but there was but one report naming no candidate and merely ox pressing a preference for a candidate who would faithfully carry out President Roosevelts policy The word came from the committee room that even this was opposed by Fairbanks men as calculated to create an Inferential endorsement of Taft Indeed this was the manner in which It was generally received and vaunted by the Taft men W H Cox of Maysville who like Mr Willson had no opposition was nominated for lieutenant governor The remainder of the ticket follows For auditor 8 P James Harrods burg treasurer Chapman S Farley Paducah attorney general Judge James Breathltt Hopklnsvllle super tntendent of public Instruction J D Crabbe Ashland secretary of state Benjamin Bruner Munfordvlllo clerk of the court of appeals N A Adams London commissioner of agriculture N T Rankin Jackson POOLROOM ON MISSISSIPPI Plan to Operate on Barge Away From Law Memphis Tenn Juno 18 Propri etors of the poolroooms at Hopefleld Ark across the river plan to circum vent tho antiracehorse gambling bills recently passed by Tennessee and Ark mans by establishing a floating pool room on the order of the City of Traverse which operates out of Chicago It Is now stated that the promoters will operate In a barge towed by the Charles H Ordean which will be anchored in the middle of tho river Weights entries jockeys and odds followed by results will bo received by wire by a telephone company which It Is said will telephone them to tho barge cables being strung from the shore Charles C Vogts Suicide Louisville Ky June 20 Charles C Vogt one of the resident managers of the American Tobacco company in Kentucky vicepresident of the Ger man Insurance bank an officer of the Selbach Hotel company and Identified with many other enterprises com mitted suicide hero by snooting Mr Vogts health began tailing two years ago following the death of his wife and although ho has not been confined to his bod he has been unable to give his accustomed time to business matters Mr Vogt was one of tho most prominent masons of the state He was a Scottish Rite mason and has been commander of tho Knights of Kadosh for thirty years Sappers Mutiny St Petersburg Juno 20Tho vows of the dissolution of the douma result ed in mutinous acts among privates In a battalion of sappers at Kiev Other battalions were summoned to quell the mutiny and the entire mu tinous battalion wore 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lost 30 I 000000 and 30 pounds A pound for 1eachdeparted million Is not so much how light ho would bo now had he lost 260000000 The Chicago lady who told her husband that she hated him with the hissing hate of hell was apparently designed by nature for a headliner on one of the Chicago papers says Boston Globe I Alabama has five former governors still living They are Rufus W Cobb srelected In 1878 and 1880 Thomas G elected in 1890 and 1892 Wil liam C Coates elected in 1894 Jo T oeph F Johnson elected In 189G and J 1E98 and William D Jelks who succeeded to the office on the death of William F Stamford and was elected to a full term in 1902 It isnt necessary lor a person to go to Europe nowadays to get the name of being a globetrotter An enter prising New Yorker will for five d- olSlam plaster your baggage with red white and yellow labels of European hotels steamship lines and railroads each label bearing a date stamped on c it that will defy detection from the genuine says the ExpressGazette The labels are sold in lots of 40 aud Include different itineraries Each set however is sold at the same price I and the dealer at whose little store t can be purchased European novelties is enjoying a large and Increasing patronage Renewed interest in the preserva tion of the Alhambra has manifested Itself in Spain The governor of Gran ails has had building export and influential citizens meet to discuss plans for preventing the palace from going t lug into complete decay The struc ture was begun in tho thirteenth cen tury and has passed through various vicissitudes When the French evacuated it in 1812 they blew up some of the towers to destroy its value as a fortress and in 1821 it was damaged by an earthquake Queen Isabella in terested herself in it in 1862 and began the work of restoring it to its original condition so far as that could be ascertained to the latest returns from census the empire has a fAccordingot fully 400000000 per certainly to have con on tho future of the world if they all becomo enlight ened It Is tho possibility of depreda tion that lies In these hundreds of mil lions of Asiatics that keeps the mill tary students of tho world awake European civilization must be pro served and although the prospect of an Asiatic Invasion of the western g countries is remote so conservative 1andsane an observer as Admiral M- abanahas warned Europe of the peril of neglecting to prepare against it Man liveson medals alone That Is tho reason that so many of Carnegie badges of heroic distinc fItion find their way into the shops the three golden balls proclaim that there is money to lend on largo or small collateralI t If the auto is going to put the horse out of business It ought to hurry up and put the horse out of suspense At present the latter is rejoicing In the fact that ho commands about fE40 more In the market right now than he ever did before 4 Bfataitmt nf tl1t 1JjU1Ui nut tllt Slams ilrluYi By ARTHUR WARREN Author Journalist and Business Mm Boston aE art the moot lawabiding lairloving selfrespecting people in the world said an orator the other day in Now York If he rend his morning paper as ho probably did ho must have seen in the column noxt to tho report of his speech an account of moblaw at tho polo grounds in Gotham after a baseball match Ten thousand persons rushed upon the field to attack tho umpires who escaped violence only because of Pinkerton men Pinkerton mon bo it observed drew revolT ers on the crowd fired in tho air and so attracted tho atten tion and support of tho city police outside tho grounds This pleasing incident attracted but littlo comment because it is not novel One of the most temperate newspapers in Now York said Ex perience has taught the umpires to expect this treatment whenever the home dub lows a close game The crowd was in no temper to accept decisions counter to its wishes no matter what tho merits of tho case It dons not appear Unit tho orator was present onthis charming omi sion It is not reported that the 10000 ebulliont persons woo comprised half the crowd of tho day were immigrants newly landed Immigrants have no yearnings for baseball It is barely possible of course that the noisy and violent gentleman may bo assimilated citiwiis o the sort we hoar eo much about but there are reasons for doubting tlus Whoever they were they would probably cheer oratory andapplaud a reform OlIn didate and cliuckl contentedly at all references to tho American love of fair play about wider we also hear a great deal Aro wo more lawabiding than tho English the Scottish the Irish the French tIle German the Dane the Swede the Finn aye or tho Japanese More selfrespecting Let not tho tongues of orators boat Uio air to this vain purpose Nor let us twiddlo our thumbs around abstractions The great bulk of our people share in common with tho great bulk of all civilised peoples the lawabiding habit tho respect for law and for self lint for nil that we do not share in common with aliens tho lu bit of enforcing our laws in the quiet and ordinary course of the days doings We manufacture more laws than anybody else anal have very effectually manufactured some law which skillfully prevent us from carrying out others The right of appeal should be sacred and sacredly guarded but as commonly employed it is a trick to defeat justice Mid it commonly happens that Ute greater the scoundrelism tho greater is tho delay in awarding its proper penalties These things are not EO because the people have so willed iL We love theory and we love practice but practice is more troublesome titan theory And above all we dislike being reminded of those weebit truths tis unueighborly worse tis unpatriotic Wbat tijc thntavin- cijottIbC By SIMON LAKE WellKnown Marine Engineer and Inventor Recent experiments have proved the practic ability of sending sub- mArines of the ing type unseen through narrow tortuous pas sages right up to the docks of fortified basin while lookouts were bo ing maintained The submarine may carry mines and plant them right under the guns of the most powerful forts or ships The latest method of applying the sighting instrument makes it possible to run the vessel below the surface so that not a ripple is seen even in smooth water The sighting instrument without changing the level and depths of the boat may bo extended above the surface and quickly withdrawn for tho purpose of taking an observa tion This may be accomplished in less than two seconds It would probably not be necessary to expose tho sighting instrument more than once or twice for a few seconds duration while making a submerged attack x- The standard of requirements set up by tho government in 1803 for guidance of submarine experiments was as follows First safety second facility and certainty of action when submerged third speed when submerged fifth endurance both fiubmargftd and on tho surface sixth offensive power seventh stability and eighth visibility of object to attackedThere official records of ds accidents to submarine vessels seven of which have been attended with fatal rcswtsJ 17 lives having been lost In looking over tho list of accidents it is plain that tho greatest number of lives have been sacrificed by reason of four causes and taking these in the order of their fatal responsibility wo have First lack of longitudinal stability second carelessness third explosions and fourth collisionsOn looking over the list of accidents it will be seen that the lives of the crows of at least three French boats have probably been saved by the prompt release of their dropkeels and it is said that the French have generally opted this feature in all their modern underwatcr craft tCiie JLinb of ropo aIijat Wine By FRANCES G INGERSOLL nondiv A shallow sentimentalist would want him to go down upon his knees if he ruined his last pair of trousers tell her she is an angel even if her glass shows her squint eyed and freckled j anti expect him to suggest a diet of honey andmoon shine even if she knows there will be on1n buttcrless crust If site be coldblooded and calculating any proposal less formal than a certified bank statement would be turned down But when a man really gets down to business and is ready to tako specIafter the original Adam for whom there exists one Eve Thats the kind real girls like a fellow who mounts his steed and leaps the highest hedge in pursuit of his quarry who cannot be bowled put so often but that he will be up and again ready for another try who knows the girl ho wants uud does pot fritter away his ammunition on any feminine decoys who goes iqjo the affair so well fortified on his one specials feminine requirements in a prospective husband that he leaves her no loophole for a negative to crawl through It is not because they havent been proposed to that there ore so many old maids its because there are so few men worth saying yes to TARIFF IS NULLIFIED DISTANCE NO LONGER AN ELE MENT OF PROTECTION American Railroads Systematically Favor Foreign Producers by Delivering Goods to Interior Points Cheaper Than Our Own Domestli Manufacturers Can Ship Them Washington Juno 4An opportunity is presented through the medium of a case pending before tho Interstate commerce commission for another test of tho Question whether under the Interstate commerce law exporters of commodities from foreign countries shall have an advantage over domestic producers on rates ot transportation from seaboard points to tho interior ot the United States Attention has been called to the fact that under n decision by the United States supreme court made some years ago such advantage has been given foreign producers There are intimations that tho interstate commerce commission an at present constituted not only disagrees with tho former supremo court decision but also entertains tho belief that abundant opportunity is presented In the existing law for protecting the In terests of American producers or if that shall be impossible to have the question differently decided if it shall again be presented to that court of last resort A question Is again before the com mission whether products sent Into tho United States from a foreign coun try shall be entitled to a lower through transportation rate from the foreign port of shipment through to an Inland point of destination In this country than is granted American producers or consumers for a much shorter distance of carriage wholly within the United States This case it brought by manufacturers of plate glass in PIttsburg They allege that In Instances which they cite plate glass obtains n rate ot transportation from Antwerp through to Cincinnati or Chicago a distance of more than L000 miles of 32 cents per 100 pound whereas a rate is charged from Pitta burg to Cincinnati a distance ot only 313 mules of 26 cents per 100 pounds A rato of 32 vents per 100 pounds Is also made from Antwerp to points further into the interior of the United States and also through Quit ports to Chicago from Antwerp of 12 cents per 100 pounds whereas the rate from Pittaburg to Chicago is SO cents per 100 pounds The question raised in this ace by the American producers is whether they may bo discriminated against by such rates on foreign plate glass laid down in the American markets As an economic question It was brought out In this hearing that the plate glass Industry of the United States originated in 1S09 whereas It had been In existence in Europe for more than 200 years Thirty years ago American plate glass production amounted to about 600000 square foot whereas tho importations of plate glass at that time aggregated CSOO 000 square feet annually This gave an annual consumption at that time of a little more than C000000 square feet of plato glass in the Unit ed States At this time tho consume tion of plate glass amounts to more than 21000000 square feet annually In 1ST6 the price per square foot of plate glass averaged about 250 Today the average Is from 30 to 36 cents The reduction In price has been In large part brought about by tho development of the domestic plato glass industry It was also shown that the cost of production of plate glass In this country is threefold greater than It Is in Europe Reciprocity with South America The sound principle In reciprocity 1a that wo shall otter a tree market for things we do not produce In return for a free market In lands which have prod ucts different from ours and southern America auppllri the neecary condi lion for thl Philadelphia North Amer icanIs not that precisely what we arc now giving them Can the North American name a single article which wo do not ourselves produce that Is not already on the free list Our Im ports from all South America in 1906 amounted to 140422876 Of this sum coffee and crude rubber made up fully threequarters We levy no tariff on either coffee or crude rubber What then Is to b6 the basis of reciprocity dickers with tho South American republics There is practically no basis unless it be the willingness of those countries to glvo our exports a preference In return for our free adImission of their coffee and rubber could of course establish a basis by placlngJa tariff on those non competl tive products but that would violate a cardinal principle of protection Protection tariffs competitive articles only It would seem that South America is provided with tho necessary conditions for sound reciprocity but is not disposed to supply those conditions byWorkingmen British workingmen have always been assured by tree trade orators that they wqre much bettor off than their German brethren who wero represented alt being doomed by the pro tective tariff to live on black bread and horseflesh Finally a deputation of workingmen was sent to Investigate They have returned and reported that under the tariff the German workmen arc more prosperous and contented than ever before In tho history of that country The black bread is admitted but it is brown instead of Mack and It suits the German taste better than- white bread Minneapolis Journal CHANCE TO SETTLE QUESTION Free Trade Platform This Year Would Shed Light on 1902 Aftor 12 years of unexampled pros perity under tho Dinghy law which emphasises in its schedules the policy Jf protection a platform which should declare protection not only unlawful but a snare would make mighty In teresting readingand give us a text for n stirring campaign And then tho result might afford an answer to a question which has long engaged tho politicians What Influ once secured the Democratic triumph In 1892 Who killed Cook Robin that year I said tho free trader I did It with my little deliverance against protection Grover said tho ardent Clevelandlte Mr Cleveland did it with tho force of his personality He was tho platform The homestead strike said tho disgusted Ho publicans nut for that Gen liar rison would have had a walkover And so the contention has continued to this tiny and still continues Now If It was the tariff plank In tho Democratic platform which did the work then why not ask history to re post Itself Why not next year again challenge protection to another battle to tho death Vho protectionists would ask nothing Bettor They would rush to take up such a challenge and then wo should all enjoy tho campaign hugely Tho tariff would make n lovely IHUO and especially ia the light of what happened to the Democratic party after It carried tho country in 1S9S on n free trade nlilform Wash Ington Star THE ORIGINAL DRAIN STORM The TARIFF V MUSTBERl Hard to Wreck Now that tho railroad magnates have had time to sit down and think it over thoy stem to agree that tho country is to be ooBgnuutoteU upon the existence of conditions which pro vested the recent flurry In Wall street from traveling far outside of the strictly speculative belt Melville B Ingells chairman of the board of di rectors of the Cincinnati Chicago A St Louis railroad Is quoted as say Ing on the twentysecond of March- It is true of course that tho country Is going through a form of crisis which may turn out all right or which may prove hurtful Hut one thing should strike ono forcibly while stocks have shrunk billions you havo hoard of no failures or business catastrophes havo you That would seem to Indicate solidity and a substantial prosperity which will be a hard to wreckUnder normal conditions Mr Ingslls Is a strenuous friend of tariff reform nut circumstances alter cases Wo dont bellevd the gentleman was thinking much about ripping up the tariff during those two Black Fri days In which stock values wont tumbling down at the rate of hundreds ot millions a day About that time wo venture to guess Mr Inglla was mighty glad that tariff agitation and the dread of tariff changes did not occur In tho tendency toward a de structive panic and that tariff stabil ity and business solidity produced a substantial prosperity that was hard to wreck Some Other Tariff We are told by the Boston Advrr tiger that tho Republican party in Massachusetts Is led by Republicans who nro as strong protectionists as any standpat leader at Washington but who ore not so possessed of a fetish that they must consider it polit ically as a crime to alter a tariff which has outlived its bolt period of useful ness What tariff Is It that has outlived its best period of usefulness If we thought that the Advertiser could by any possibility mean the DIngley tarI- ff which has proved and is still prov ing Itself to bs by far tho greatest prosperity IJroducerlnmong oil tho tariffs should greatly doubt that sort of standpat ism It must bo that the Advertiser means some other tariff Well Said Everyone who favors recjprocltr or the lowering of any particular duty Is headed in the direction which leads to free trade That Is the truth It was not a protectionist who said it though ever well grounded protectionist knows It to be true It was said by Harvey N Shepard who presided at the annual dinner of the American Freo Trade league in poston on the 30th of last month Boston was the best possible place to say It in In no part of the country are there so many persons who without knowing It are headed in the direction of free trade Thanks Mr Shepard for raying the right thing at the right time and in the right place L SCIENCE VS LIQUOR The Former Placing the Latter In Disc reputable Light rTnylor 15heldnote for American temperance ro form Dr Taylor spoke on tho sus Ject Science versus Liquor and said In IuartSAccording to conservative oslt mate 180000 people aro deatrOydt every year In this country directly or Indirectly for lack of very little and vory simple knowledge touohluR tho nature of alcohol and IU prlnollKil effects upon tho living human body Vo have temperance sentiment enough In this country such as It ft Tho brower distiller drinker ant drunkard all nllko believe In tentpof once nono of them believe In Intern rranco and that Is temperance senti ment The trouble Is that it Is not or tdenUfla sentimenttTho question with scientific men Is not distinctively one of beer or whli ky bat the question of aleahol whop ever alcohol may be found What Is tthis thing we call alcohol Is It goad or bad In Its nature DOM IU efcar aoter not Its abuse ao08lled ado quotely Recount for the badness of JIll fruitage Let mo refer to a notable a fact In Europe they have an Intar national temperance con gram 1C 1thocently that congress chanted lift Haute to the International AnllAteottel OBH gross which Is now dlacuwlas the IH heroat badnOM of nloohol bow to dispose of IU use for beverage per poIN Matt M long as the peeptoMftc maftftOOolhlor liquor at good Ml sits nature and IU aboM etily Uadj will UMT go on drtNklBff It U alUi hlaroraI traffic IcgtstaUvtly I wwrtil MM kate a whit lest of prohoMtory kgVMalfeH II thotwam toW nor et fHM4o Ibut edttcnttoMl work ky wbllh to I sustain seek l iitNtloa Dr HatJtey preoMeal of Yale uni versity recently MM Ac nooa to tho common people get trio Uwlr lies s Mion the principal fasts uwthlifff the nature of alcohol uwill drire every saloon wit of the country To iMpart that necesenry knowledge to consequently the first duty of the hour not the last lint each a procoes Implies odncaUon eelentlAa education and that of a mority ef voters Such education Is only poe slble ultimately thnmcii the medium of the ptiWIo school system where scientific Instruction eaR be adequately given and whore the majority of the future voters are to be found Tho Inexorable toile of Dr Hitil boys statement then is that the faith ful systematic progressive aalcntlflc teaching concerning tho nature and consequent effects of alcohol begin ning with the primary grades and continuing through tho habit forming pOP iod of tho Intermediate to the high school Is essential to the ultimate and permanent overthrow of the drink habit and traffic Iu this country i A New German Temperance Feature In Berlin Germany a system or hand oarts has recently been estab lished In the streets in tile Interests supplyInmilk tea coffee mineral drinks and If light eatables ut very low tirlcos An especially good business is dono In tthe neighborhood of cabstands rail waystations and factories and as a means of combating alcohol tho carts are found to bo most successful dr iTemperanceA number or Danish physician have recently become alarmed at the tl I t7andof temperance campaign In causing 1wayof most of tho Insanity and crimes iiitDenmark 7F i v fSwiss Against Absinthe heenasked i V r abaintlitin spirit Is held responsible for muchJiiii1 t- 1 man wretchedness wherever It is freeVly used so this wholesale prohibition f f clawhuloW I kTheignorance and vice In tho wholeEng 7 4fllshspeaklug world at least Its worsu acombinabtionprT r has the power to Impoverish and clc 2 r grade the Nk ySpalding iland Capital t i r Prosperity and ProhibitionP I PasadenaCal q 1 Ibltlon In that noted Pacific coast vpeopledena than any other one thin 11 r HORTICULTURE THE APPLE APHIS Approved Remedies for Spring and Summer Treatment Tlio primonco of aphides la Indicated by tbo curled distorted condition of the more terminal Jenves and It a plant showing thoso symptoms bo closely examined small oral or pear shaped sort bodied aphldos greenish or pink In color nccprdlng to species will bo found on tho undorsurface ot tho leaves along the tender atom or f Aphis Mall TvrmiMtt diSM ftt awto tateted with 1M 8 la teaAsMawlnr- eIsowkrvq cenmsi Tiwvw eftm practically cowing these jjafs Soo rot A L qualntmev furtkor saya In roRanl r i rinK ami summer treat meat t hit i nVcUv work In control lag U1rF iiiMPots may b dend In Uw spring f ar after they have hatched from rKK and have eolkwUd on tho 4 xpMin K foliage Tree seen to bo badly infested at this time should be thoraedrayed UklHK palm to wet nq milMely M poMlMo all parts of the UWVM twig and bruaelfI however UtwwHfclily tho work may be done MMM at the lice are aiimcxr sure to eratpo dostruo tlon owing in the dlfHraltjT of foreleg Ute iia between the unfolding WaIlcr or lees eevwed with lair where mo of the I Meet will hire penccahtMI A ubMqtioat treat ment in fhf ronrM of a week should IK mad aluetally if Uh first aJ1ttlI- AUOR 12 s wn to have bm unsatts factorAfter the follac Is well out and more t i brae UitortMl from the prw enc of the aphldM offMil v sprnylnK Is quite dimwit rinco many of the In sects on the lowor surface of the curled learus will not be lilt by tho pray Repented appllootlons must bo wade therefore as necessary to keep the insects under control It will often be found praotlcablo to bend over and Immereo tho terminal nhooU ef badly lnf stcd young trees In a bueknt of this spray solution and this treatment will bo very effective For spraying after the trees are In foliage a strong tobacco decoction 1C or 20 per cent knrosono emulsion 16 per cent crude petroleum emulsion or whalo oil soap at tho rate of one pound for each four gallons of water are approved remedies since aphides secure their food by sucking up sap from within the plant none of tho arsenical poisons would be effective IMPORTANCE Of UNIFORMITY Prof L C Corbett of Department of ShipmenttTho fact that tho eastern fruit growers and truck growers aro not as well organised as aro the western veryltho advantage of lower express rates and that the merchants will handle their goods In small consignments Uy this method of small Individual shipments tho product upon tho mar kct In less uniform In character both as regards grade and method and callottho exchange and In carload lots In order to handle carload shipments MUcccsBfiilly vegetables must be unl fcrtn In character and aim and the adCby distant shippers and which have In a great measure been forced upon them by tho necessity of shipping In carload lots Use of Black Walnut Mush baa been said ax to tho vast possibilities of commorclal black wal nut culture but the proOtn from such projects often have been prospective rather than real Tho fact remains howovor that tho black walnut Is a most Valuable tree and possesses many characteristics which commend It for general planting For roadside planting It Is often a desirable tree but Its habit of coming Into fun leaf lato and dropping Its leaves early and by tho fact that In tho cast U Is often disfigured by tho fall web worm As a forest tree in commercial plantations its use Is to bo encouraged wherever t conditions of soil and site are adapted 01to its needs United States Bureau 4 cf Forestry r r I FIGHTING PESTSr A Word sf Explanation About FunQl tides and Insecticides There are two general classes of In scotlcldes fv ys a communication from tho Oklahoma station Tho first class of mixtures contains some poisonous substance that kill the luswts when It Is oaten with the follago or fruit on wli oh It Is lodged Parlsgreon Lon din purple and whlto hollobore arc the poisonous nJatorlals moss com monly used in those mixtures These mixtures aro effectual in destroying only those Insects that eat tho follago or fruit of tho plants and aro harm less to the Insects that suck tho juice of tho plant The other class of Insecticides kills tin Insect by coming In contact with tho body Kerosene emulsion whale oil soap and pyrethrum powdor aro tho most common materials used In these mixtures Mixtures of tills class aro Used chiefly to destroy those In Mots that suck tho juice of the plant and cannot be destroyed with poisons Tlio poisonous Insecticide may bo mixed with fungicides and applied all In ono spraying but other Insecticides must bo applied separately Tho fungicides and Insecticides It properly prepared and applied havo no offset upon this plant If the mix tutee aro not property prepared and applied they do not form tile desired protection to the plants und may damage tho foliage and fruit There to never enough poison on tho well sprajod fruits and plants to alter their value for food Most frulu aro pared before eating and all sediment of tho spraying material removed In Un cage of fruits that aro not pared before eating as grapes a person would have to eat from 300 to COO pounds to got a small dose of poison It will always Injure the sole of such fruits however If there aro any signs of a spraying material on thorn when placed on tho market AN ORCHARDISTS OPINION Tho Grass Method of Orcharding Good Under Some Conditions A good doal of discussion IB going on about the grass mulch method Of orcharding I believe It Is all right under some conditions but though It It suM Mfuly iiroetleed on our farm- I do not like to adO Ufo method In nubile Most farmers have too much gross already with their trees for their awn or their owners good writes Oeprge C Hill In Farmer Ha view Tho orchard Is mowed or pas tured the Ucoa are sodbound atunt ed starved drought sick unproduc live I am acquainted with one pro dilative orchard in Wisconsin that Is In KTBM It oontalas about 100 trees many of them 10 years old About use tldrd of the number are Fomeuse The orchard was In cultivation 12 or II yeses The trees were heeded low and cultivation became dlflloulL Then It was seeded to clover After scale year Juno grass took posses aloe of the ground Tho grass mulch method would cut tho grass and pile It under the trees to keep the soil moist and make fertility Our pray lice Is to take up one crop of grass and top dress liberally with stable manure No pasturing Is allowed The second crop of grass makes a cover crop for Winter protection Any small trees liable to be girdled are banked with earth or coal ashea Tho low habit of the trees makes It too shady under tho branches for grass to flourish The tough sod II not found there Fruit that falls to the ground meets a clean comfortable reception Tho trees have been longer lived than those planted on neighboring farina with different treatment No trees were lost or ap parently Injured during tho destruc tive winter of 1898 and 1899 SIMPLE TEST FOR SMALL SEEDS Gravity Method Which Will Give Very Satisfactory Results The gravity method of seed separa lion hero illustrated Is the oldtlmo practice of brining wheat barley lWA B I Seed Separation oats etc before sowing but applied to seeds of much smaller size such as tomato and eggplant seeds As used at the Now Jersey experiment motion tho bottle at A In ho cut con tains pure water upon which many seeds nro seen as floating and a larger number at tho bottom These light floating seeds are to bo rejected In the bottle at B IB a 20 per cent solu tlon of common salt a very thin sirup would have done an well In which eggplant seeds that sank lit pure water woro placed with tho result that many remain at the top and thereby may bo ecslly separated and t rowr1 away- Spraying for rust on tho Kletfer pear should be continued to Vie latter part of July t God Feeds Israel in the Wilderness Sunday School Lesson tor July 7 1907 Speedily Prepared forThli Paper LK8SON TKXTBxodua 1GMS Mem ory v r I- OOLliKN TKXTI am the living bread which came down from heaven John Ml Tim According to the common chronology the croMlnff of the llnl Sea was about the drat of April 11 C 1491 Pro femur Itercher regards this early date as probably the correct one near the beginning of the fifteenth century U C Many scholars regard tho date as about 13M B C and some RS lato DM 1300 U C Them Is grant uncertainty ai to the ex act time This lesson belongs about a month nfler tho last regular lesson PIACKThe northern part of the Wl harness of Sin a long plain bordering the Quit of Hues on the east Comment and suggestive Thought Six hundred thousand men beside children and a mixed multitude had escaped from Egypt and Its slavery crossed tho Red sea and were now beginning their Journey to Palestine It took them 40 yours although it could as easily have been accomplished in 40 weeks Three routes were possible 1 Tho Ihlllstla road tho northern road around tho Mediterranean This they avoided because It would load them through tho warlike tribe of Palestine I Tho Way of Slmr directly east They rejected this because It tray ersed tho worst of tho desert 31 Therefore they wore guided to take tho lower road running southeasterly along the eastern shore of the Red seaV 3 Would to God wo had died In the land of Egypt like tho first born ot tho Egyptians The contrast aa to fertility between the wilderness end Egypt was very great But they forgot their sufferings from slavery there and the wonderful deliverances from God They did not appreciate their freedom tbolr spiritual training und privilege and nil that would lead to a higher life Noto 1 that they might have been sure that God would provide them with food Would he have done such wonders on the field of Zoan and at tho Red son If be meant thorn to die In tho wilderness They only needed to look up to Ood and on what he had done to strengthen their faith Thoy were like Christian in Doubting Can tie who forgot that be bad In his bosom the key of deliverance NA friend of mine was onco wonder Ing In a thick fog He could not see a step behind or before and his soul was filled with gloomy thoughts Of a sudden ho looked upward and lol tho sky was visible full of stars lie was walking through a thick fog that reached only a few feet above his heed So In all our troubles we have only to look up and we can see Gods kindness through themNAmol U Wells Note 2 God was only waiting till they had learned their lesson of faith They put material comfort boforo spir itual life Gods way was to have them seek first the character which would prepare thorn for their Promised Land V 12 At even yo shall ent flesh tho flesh of v 13 quails which came up from the Arabian gulf of tho Red son across which they fly In the spring in great numbors and are often BO fatigued after their passage and fly so low as to become an easy prey wherever they n1lghtDulh I have myself found the ground In Al geria in tho month of April covered with quails for an extent of many acres at daybreak where on the preceding afternoon there had not been one Tristram The quails as appears by the subsequent narrative were supplied not regularly but only on rare occasions in fact so far as appears only here In the wilderness of Sin and at KlbrothHattaavah In tho wilderness of Paran Num 1131 34 The gift of the quails came through natural means like most of their food and ours All our dally food Is the gift of God however much wd may work fbr It ourselves It forever points us to God and claims our thanks This kind of miracle we believe our Father is constantly working for his children God has made nature like a vast machine and gone away and left It Ho lives In all his works tho sun rain wind tho very birds of the air and continually uses nature to bless those who honor him V 15 They said ono to another What Is It R V Manna IB sold to own Its name to this question Man bu1 What Is ItT Prof Mc luster In Hastings Bible DlcUonury What was the manna U was v 31 like coriander seed white add the taste of It was like wafers made with honey The taste of It Num 118 was as the taste of fresh oil It was ground In mills beaten in mor tars seethed in pots and used to mako cakes Ujfcll with the dow In Pea 782425 It Is called the corn of heaven the bread of tho mighty and It sustained the Israelites through much toll but It did not pamper their sensesSymbol of the True Bread of Heaven It la Impossible now to read this narrative without connecting It with tho Saviours discourse to the Jews John 02708 and wo should make the same use of It In teaching our scholars that Jesus did in teaching the Jews Wo all are In tho wilderness Wo all need bread from heaven Out ROUI all have hunger and thirst No ono truly lives whose body feedr but whose soul starves And Jesus is the true Dread from heaven This manna was designed like the blazing serpent to prefigure and prophesy tttO coming I of tbo Christ SH3TS FIRED IN BROWNSVIIT DID NOT COME FROM NEGROES SAY THE INVESTIGATORS Indisputable Proof It Claimed Gj ThemProbe Was Conducted at Risk of Their Lives Little Rock Ark Juno ISKlf Christ Stewart and Napoleon 13 Mar shall respectively of Now York and Washington D C commissioner ol tho Constitution League of the United States and attorneys for the negro sol diets discharged becaujfo of the Urownsvlllo affray passed through the city en routo to Washington from Brownsville and Matamoras Mexico whore they have been for two week working up now evidence of the shooting up of Brownsville In a long statement In reference to the case of the negro soldiers they said Wo have obtained evidence at the risk of our lives for wo had to KO Into Brownavlllo In the guise of brakemen and when wo wero discovered escaped with difficulty to Mexico Even after wo had crossed Into Matamonw threats wore made against our lives Wo have secured indisputable evidence that the shooting up of Brownsvlllti was not done by the negro sol diets We have five now witnesses ono an eye witness to Uit fact that the dis turbers wore men dressed like sol diets Wo know come evidence that can not bo contradicted also that the shooting was rat done by the soldiers or the Twoutylirth Infantry A cltlron of Brownsville came over to our hotel In Matamoras and warned us of a plot against us which com polled us to detour and return via Monterey Tho shooting up of Browns Vlllo originate In the conception ol a conspiracy intended to do a HUla shooting to scare the soldiers and by tho blame upon them It finally degen crated Into paying off some feuds and old scores and If you Investigate the houses shot Into you will find them all of qne faction Witnesses at Brownsville have con Rented to tell the truth concerning the affair which will convince oven the president that his action wan unwarranted WITHOUT BAIL Husband and Wife Are Held Charged With Murder Raleigh N C JunoISIt almost took tho breath of this town when the coroners Jury rendJred a verdict charging Dr D S Rowland and his wife with the murder of Charles R Strange Into husband of Mrs Row land Strange died two months ago under circumstance indicating poison ing but an examination of his stomach failed to detect the presence of poison After hearing evidence of crimi nal relliuRs between Dr Rowland and Mrs Strango In the totttimony of her husband the Jury said tho death ot Strange was caused by Rowland his wife being an accessory thereto Both are held without ball FIVE DEATHS Resulted From the Sudden Rise In Temperature In New York New York Juno lBNew York six tied Monday Midday found It BO hot that the sweltering multitude yelped for a dash of the wintry winds which swept the city up to Saturday Five deaths and several prostrations duo to the decided change were reported Street thermometers Indicated a torn perature as high as 90 and at 9 oclock Monday night t was 80 A lively breeze later brought relief Fair Ground Nearly Wrecked New Vim Minn Juno 18A severe storm In tho nature of a tornado did much damage in this city and vicinity The Brown County Agricultural so clety suffered the greatest loss Its exposition building was entirely de molished the grand stand was unroof- ed tho reservoir wrecked and numerous other buildings badly damaged So far aa known no lives have been lost She Gave Up 20000 Paris June 18A woman giving the name of Mrs Blackscn and described as tho wife of the proprietor of the largest hotels in New York made the acquaintance In Paris of a person named Porte1 who sho claims ob tamed J20000 from her on false pretext The public prosecutor will open an Inquiry Into tho matter Mrs Black Km says she Is separated from hor tiusband Accept Arbitration Chicago Juno ISTho packing house teamsters accepted the offer ol arbitration mndo by the packers and tho men will remain at work until the board of arbitration has been selected and done Its work Automobiles Burn Boston June ISA fire which foj n time threatened Bostons automobile district consumed 40 automobiles and caused a loss estimated at 100000 Eight Men Hurt Chattanooga Tenn June 18 Eight men were hurt by the partial falling of- a bridge under construction on thE Stevenson extension of the Southern system The structure was to spat Battle creek near South Pitts burg Tenn Enlarging Army Post Honolulu Juno IS Orders rave boon received hero from the quarter master general office at Washlngtoi to double the capacity of the army post Bear Honolulu and to build a genera storehouse with offices In this city 5 I I 1855 Berea College I FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEG PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION In reach of all Over 50 fnstructers 1017 students from 27 states Largest college library In Kentucky NO SALOiNS A special teacher for each grade and for each maim subject S I many classes that each student can be placed with others like laiaeU where he can make most rapid progress I Which Department Will You EnterRTHE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced S1ectweIlibrary and general advantages as for more advanced MeteR Aritk metic and the common branches taught in the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons is Farm and Household Manage ment etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade frHo tions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management PrimtIing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household faaagemeat l Learn and Earn- ACADEMY If REGULAR COURSE a years for those who kav largely finished common branches The most practical and interest ing studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life Choice of Studies is offered in this course BO that a ysaaj man may secure a diploma ia Agriculture and a young lady ia Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL a years to fit for busiaes Eve part of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY two three and four year courses with Latin German Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE four years Literary Scientific and Classical coura es with use of laboratories scientific apparatus aad all modem meth ods The highest educational standards NORMAL three and fouryear courses fit for the profession ol teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables oue to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information culture and training necessary Los a true teacher and cover branches necessary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piaao Theory Bandmay be taken as aa extra in connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a moneymaking institution All the moae received from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he in This great deficit is made up by ingifts ol Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students come from 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 oftheir 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 as to earn from 50 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books ate vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of thi a weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes ar necessary The Cooperative Store furnishes books toilet articles umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost Living Expenses are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week ia the fall and 150 in winter Fpr room furnished fuel lights washiing of bedding 40 cents a fall and spring 50 cents in winter Scbeal Fees are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library is returnedwhen the student departsISecond on Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school buildings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift The Incidental Fee for tnost students is 500 a term 400 in lower Model 000 in courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate cotirsea SchoolsIPayment MBit be ia advance incidental fee and room term board by the month Installments are as follows Fer Winter Tern 12 weeksFirst day 1700 besides 1 deposit 28th day 600 56th day 600 total 29 U paid all ia advance 28 For Spriag Tern 10 weeksFirst day 1440 28th day 540 rtSGth day 270 total 2250 If paid all in advance 8200 The two terms tefetber paid for in advance ata reduction oft250 making only 4900 Loafer W4 r tm 16 weeksFirst day 2060 28th day 600 56th day 600 84th day 540 total 3800 If paid all in advance 3700- RefwdMff I Students excused to leav b fore end of term back all they have advanced on board and room except that no receiveJance is made for any fraction of a week and a fee of fifty charged for leaving the boarding hall and fift r cents for leaving a room in term time There is BO refunding of incidental fee It Pays te Stay When you hays made your journey and are well started in school it pays to stay as long as possible 1For information or friendly advice write to the f WILL C GAMBLEf l BEREA KENTUCKY I ffa c v e That Premium Knife takes th4 eyes of the men and boys who see It The raouataia people like a good thug when thy see it and to get a 75 cent knife TMtu two umwa of razor steel and a dollar paper tlla iiworth aoreto the mountain people than any olher dollar leper Is the 1TIIllal OQ page 7 i IC J 1 ITHE HOME 1 I Useful Items from Home and Farm Chloride of LimeIf used freely will keep nay flies Sprinkle it over any damp shaded corners in the yard in the cellar chicken house and yard If you live in the country sprinkle it about the barn heaps closest whore you empty slops in garbage and slop buckets Use in j closet bowls In addition to all this every ono knows it is n disin fectant and gives everything clean sweet smell Chickens do noteat it and it is cheap Begin early its use before the flies have arrived Hot Ham LontBoil R two and R hall or three pound ham sbank- until tender Strain the liquor and use it for cooking cabbage or other greens Cut the ham from the bone and mince it flue Add ten table spoonfuls of cracker crumbs one beaten egg one cupful of sweet milk one tablespoon of soft butter and a dash of pepper Knead into a loaf Pour n cupful of hot water around it and bake one hour basting with melted butter Serve hot with horseradish sauce How to Cure Warts on the HandGet from your druggist n small bottle of sulphuric acid Sharpen the end of a match that has been burnt or use a toothpick Dip this into the acid and then put on the wart Be careful not to get any on the hand as it will take the skin off Do this two or three days in succession when the core of the wart will come out It will make a sore place but that will soon heal if you keep it greased and are careful to keep it perfectly clean ITHE SCHOOL I Problems of the District School lljr 1rof IHnftmorv Part 3Praetleal Teaching 6 Reviewing Since all knowledge in order to be useful must be properly classified tagged and put where it belongs that is with other knowledge of like kind it follows that every lesson must be linkedwith j those that have gone before That is the principles and facts previously learned must be brought before the mind so that the new may be seen in its relation to the old For this if for no other reason there should in every lesson be some review of yesterdays work and frequently of the whole subject so far as it has progressed But there are other reasons for reviewing Whether the subject be arithmetic grammar geography history or what not the assignment of daily lessons tends to chop it up into sepa rate bits When it is completed it should be in the mind as one connected whole and this cannot be unless we attend to the daily reviews Some mom ber of the class should be called upon to state in a few words the prin cipal features of the last lesson If the lesson is upon a topic that hOB been running for some time as the Verb in grammar or an Epoch in history or a Continent in geography let some one give the principal heads from the beginning up to the present lesson This will preserve the unity of the subject which is important Again review is necessary in order to ascertain the degree of profi ciency attained by the class Each member should have his turn for indi vidual testing If this is done as it should be there will be no occasion for going over this particular book or subject again As a rule it is poor economy to spend days or as often happens weeks in going over a series of lessons a second time All the freshness which is the main stimulus to effort is gone Besides if the pupils know they are to have a second trial they are likely to slight their work thinking they will get it in review and thus fall into slovenly habits It is often wise to study a given subject a second or even a third time but it should always be a different treatment introducing new and more difficult features Written reviews should not be omitted nor neglectedFrom tho Fourth Reader class upward written tests should be given for every ten lessons By this plan a leading or test question can be asked on each lesson The advantages to be gained will amply repay the time and trouble It enables the teacher to measure more accurately than he otherwise can the distinctness and thoroughness of the pupils knowledge it causes him to look for the most searching questions and to state them clearlyand f concisely Knowing that these questions are coming his instruction will be sharper in seeing that difficult points are made clear the questions will serve as nails to fasten thoughts and principles in the minds of the pupils the wise questions of the teacher will assist the pupils in forming right judgments as to the chief points in the lossons On the part of the pupils the knowledge that an examination is com ing will cause them to take a deeper interest in their work to make sure of their grasp of every subject it is a relief from the monotony of the daily routine it furnishes a key for the pupils to their own standing in the light of the teachers questions the things that he considers important I I it shows the amount gained in the last ten lessons whether much or little and is a spur to greater effort if the amount seems small almost in variably pupils look up the questions they have failed to answer and there by make important gains In addition to all these written tests give strength to both teacher and pupils it puts them on an understanding and furnishes a basis forgoing over again in the light of their failures the difficult parts of the I lessons Lastly for the clear Accurate and concise expression of thought there is nothing that will take the place of writing Too little of it is done in tho schools Unless pupils have frequent practice they dread written examinations and from fright and nervousness often fail to do themselves justice but when given frequently and regularly they are looked forward to pleasure and eagerness Such has been the writers ex 1 perience Continued Xext Week ITHE FARM I IIHowto Tell If Milk Is Good t DairyDots The inhabitants of the Island of Jersey from whence came the celebrated Jersey cattle have a very simple way of testing milk to tell puro from impure They simply boil the milk in an enameled sauce pan If it boils without curdling it is said to be fit for use If it curdles before it begins to boil they consider it impure and it is not used ns food by the people or their most valuable calves The cause of curdling is said to be filth acidity age and contamination If the milk has been kept in vessels in a room where there is a great deal of dirt or if it contains a little dirt that came from the bands of the milker or from the udder of the cow at milking time it will curdle when it is being boiled If it has been kept in a room where the temperature has been too high the milk becomes tainted nnd will curdle when boiled If it has stood a long time even in a temperature which is low enough to hinder it from becoming sour it willslightly curdle when boiled Milk coming from diseased udders or from cows that have just freshened will also cur dle before it will boil The test is a very simple one and should be em ployed by every housekeeper The most economical food ia that which gives the best results Fod der which was left in the field last fall will not compare favorably with that which was protected in the barn The value of the food depends up on its ogre and preparation and economy is practiced by judicious manage ment of the stock and the feeding of food that has not lost its nutritive qualities by exposure Even straw may be made valuable by good care and especially if fed in connection with concentrated food A good cow is one irrespective of breed that pays her owner a net profit The cow that produces a profit can not always be distinguished frogs one that does not by external appearance Signs of good cows many times fail Looks in a cow at least are sometimes deceiving The value of a cow is is not told simply by the amount of milk she gives for a given period or the richness of that milk We must know the cost of keeping as well as the production of the cow to determine her value If butter is a speciality on the farm the pigs are necessary to insure a profit The winter season the feeding of skim milk and buttermilk vto is the best and cheapest mode of making pork With a clover patch 4Iforthe pica to occupy in the summer and a moss of bran and buttermilk skim milk at night they will grow rapily without any other food If pigs are confined in pens they should have grass cut aud thrown into the pens as they should have some kind of bulky food The American Farmer L HUW WARS BEGIN ra Tried to Explain to His Son but Was Interrupted Papa bow do nations got Into war with each other asked Harry Sometimes ono way sometimes an other said tho father Now there are Germany and Spain They camo near getting Into war because a Span ish mob took down tho German flag No my dear put in Harrys moth er That wasnt tho reason But my darling said Mr M dont you suppose 1 know That was thoreasonNo you aro mistaken It Was because tho Germans tried Mrs M I say it was becauso tho Pelogf you know better You are only trying to Madam I dont understand that your opinion was asked In this matter anywayWell n I dont want my boy instruct ed by an old Ignoramus Seo hero you impudent Put down your old cane you bruto Dont you dare bristle up to mo or Ill Never mind Interrupted Harry I think I know now how wars begin Llpplucotts Magazine The Truthful Child Auntlo upon her return to somewhat pessimistic nephew Did Tommy play with you whllo I was out darling Ho didnt make you cry Nephew Ho mado me cry a little bitTommyOh1h1Up I made you laugh nearly all tho tlmo mother was outs Nephow Well I laughed till I cried An Eventful Return An old negro in a small Georgia town had helped himself to some of a white neighbors chickens The owner traced the theft to hIm however and brought him to task Look here Undo Moso he said 1 dont mind the chickens so muchI would have given you ono If you had asked for itbut I dont like to see an old man commit a sin like that What are you going to do at tho judgment day when we appear before tbo Lord and those chickens are brought up as evidence against you Yo low dem chickens gwlno be dar Marso Will tho old man asked They certajnly will was tho an ewer given with great Impressiveness Den Uncle Mose said Ah gwlno soy Is dose hyah yo chickens Marse wlllr ant yoll say Yas an AbU soy All right sah yo take emr Harpers Weekly An Inference Tho Study club were reading about ConstanUno and had come to the circumstance of hIs having a thousand cooksWill Mrs UltryMural said tho leader of tho day kindly tell us what she Infers from thlsT Why replied Mrs UltryMural It would seem that the emperor must have lived in a very remote suburb or else ho didnt possess the despotic power we havo sometimes supposed Puck Out West Why cant I get my number de manded tho man Linos busy replied tho telephone girl I dont bellevo It Its so just the same Some cow boys have borrowed it to hang a horse thief with Washington Herald Too Short What do you think of that speech of minor asked the new member of con gressIt was too short was tho answer You wero interested No I was just fairly settled for a nap when the applause at the conclu scan woke mo up Colliers At the Concert How do you know that is not n classical composition- By tho tact answered Mr Cumrox that I could pronounce the composers name as soon as I saw It on the pro gramme Washington Star He Has the Floor No matter who the rpeakcr U the moment I appear He stops the conversation short that ho my word can hear And though I do not really claim that I am overwtxe How people yield the floor to me oft causes much surprise Uy words may not be eloquent my ways not polished be And so within I often smile when foUua give WilY to me If I meet two men on the street and pee pie round us come However much they talked before that moment they are dumb It U not always what X say but Its my way and tone that cause those who know me best tor power oer them to own to while you wonder who I am Ill pus to you my card tad though I may have other ceases say true same U Blowhard Boatoa Globe WORLDS WORKSHOP To Gain This Proud Title Pittsburg Pays an Awful Toll In Precious Human Lives AN INDUSTRIAL JUGGERNAUT Human Lives Sacrificed Upon the Al tar of Industry a Suggestion of What It Costs Besides Money to Maintain Manufacturing Supremacy Pittsburg Juno 24lIumap lives sacrificed upon tho altar of industry might well be the title of tho blotter In the office of the coroner of Alle Phony county a volume that mutely proclaims upon Its pages what It costs besides money for Pittsburg and its district of smoky mills and grldlronod territory to maintain its presUgo in the milling mining and mercantile marts of tho country and retain its title of Workshop of the world This volume an official record do manded by the laws of tho common wealth shows that almost 60 per cent of tho deaths by violence are tho re sult directly and indirectly of tho un ceasing rush and grind of the Indus tries in the Pittsburg district Deaths from natural causes contagious dis eases suicides murders and accidents met in tho ordinary walks of life are not considered in this percentage attributed to tho Industrial jugger nautTwentysix hundred and sixty deaths were reported to the coroner In tho year 1908 919 of which wore the result of accidents in mills mines or on railroads Some of the victims wero burned by molten metal a bloat furnace burst or a huge ladlo was upset In tho steel mills others were caught in the rollers In a plate mall and some crushed in the machinery of tho rail millsMany wore Wiled In mines by falling slate some by gas explosions and others by falls from derricks scaffolds and like structures Not a few mot their death while working about tho numerous electric cranes The aver ago number of deaths reported to the coroner is about 280 a month For the first five months of tho present year there wero 1095 deaths 944 of which may be classed as sacrifices For the same period in the preceding year there were 1015 deaths of which 360 may bo put in the same category WORK TRAIN WRECKED Eight Men Were Killed and More Than a Score Badly Injured Hartford Conn Juno 24Elght workmen were killed and thirtyfive In jured when a passenger train on tho Highland division of tho New York New Haven k Hartford railroad crashed into the rear of a work train that was backing into tho city from New Britain Of tho injured two prob ably will die What caused tho wreck is not definitely known The engine men of tho passenger train jumped and escaped Injury The passengers however were badly shaken up and somo were cut by flying glass At St Francis hospital there pro thirtyone victims today Tho doctors say that two of them cannot live John D Was In a Hurry Now York Juno 21John D Rock efellers automobile In which Mr Rockefeller was being rather hurried ly driven to his country home was stopped by a constable at Elms Ford and the chauffeur was subsequently fined 25 for exceeding tho speed lim it Mr Rockefeller paid tho fine According to the constable the machine was making thirty miles an hour when he caught Its speed over a measured course Mr Rockefeller explained that ho was in a hurry to get home Conviction of Mrs Kaufman Flandreau S D June 21Mrs Emma Kaufman wife of Moses Kauf man for years a wealthy Sioux Falls brewer on trial in tho circuit court hero for tho past ton days charged with tho murder of Agnes Polrcis her sixteenyearold servant was last night found guilty of manslaughter in the first degree THE MARKETS Current Quotations on Grain and Live stock at Leading Points Indianapolis Grain and Livestock WheatWagon 90c No 2 red Sic ComNo2 53c Oats No 2 mixed 4H c Hay Clover 1700 2000 timothy 19002200 millet 1300 1500 Cattlo250 665 Hogs 5000626 Sheep 3000475 Lambs J5500COO w At Cincinnati Wheat No 2 red 02o CornNo 2 CiGYc OatsNo2 46Yac Cattle 4750590 1I0gaU4500626 Sheep 225500 Lambs500760 At Chicago Wheat No 2 red 92c CornNo 263VC OatsNo2 43c Cattle Steers 450700 stockers and feed ers 3000600 Hogs560617i- Sho3p600660 Lambs 5500 775 Livestock at New Yor- kClttleU60805 Hogs 5500 675 Sheep 4000525 Lambs 660 0700 At East Buffalo Cattle400680 lIogsU60 660 Sheep 3000575 Lambs 600 6675 Wheat at Toledo Defi97Uc July 93yc cash 93 ye 11 WILL WELLMAN FLY TO POLEI JulylMcClures Pole which he expects to make in a month In this article which he calls Will the America FJy to the PolO he describes his marvellous airship America and tells of dozens of In genius Inventions embodied in it that have never before boon used by aerial navigators Some idea of what a gigantic ship tho America is may bo gained from a few of the many proportions and figures he gives Its length is 183 foot and its greatest diameter Is 525 feet Tho steel oar un derneath it is 115 feet long and from tho bottom of this car to tho top of I the gna reservoir tho distance Is 06 feet tho height of a fourstory house Tho surface of tho gas roservoir or balloon is 24000 square feet or more than half an acre and tho weight of tho cotton silk and rubber Is 2 tons When tho ship sets out upon 1U voy ago It will embrace more than twenty thousand pounds ten tons of material and cargo There aro a crew of four men twelve dogs with sledges instruments of all sorts sleep lug and cooking gear boat oars skces guns ammunition etc which weigh moro than a ton Thoro are also in I tho cargo more than a ton of provi slaps and three tons of gasolene How they will sail when they can keeping In touch with the earth by a trailing guiderope stuffed with a reserve supply of food and anchor when they must by means of a ro tarder which will be lowered from the forepart of the car Wcllman gra phically depicts He tells of the Arc tic advantages to airship navigation of peculiar Arctic difficulties and of the almost Incredible Inventions btI which they hopo to overcome them i of their chances for fair winds worked out from scientific observa donsof the busy life during their voyage when each man of tho crew must be on duty eighteen hours each day and of the four strings to their bow or four plans of action the first being to sail to the Pole and back to headquarters or no other land and I three alternatives which will prob ably yield them partial successes at any rate One oannot imagine a more fascinating subject for speculation than this Wellman artiste of adven turo in the making The Poor and the Rich Not long ngo A Ionjon preacher In dulged In a little bit of sarcasm over a small collection lie did It very neatly In a preface to his sermon on tho following Sunday Uretbran bo said our collection last Sunday was a very small one When I look at this congregation I say to myself Where lire the poor Rut as I looked at the collection when wo counted It I exclaimed Where lire the rlehf Come Out of Your Shell Do you allow yourself to become absentminded wrapped up In a brown study Look about you Speek to those that you have boon In tho habit of Ignoring Make friends with every one Strive to touch life everywhere you can You will accomplish your tasks better by so doing than by going forward blindly absorbed In meditation or engrossed by Internal musings Then lie Got lad Husband Impatiently If the fool killer would strike this town ho would find plenty of work to do Wife Is there such a person dear Husband Of Course there is Wife with anxiety Well I do hope John that you will be very careful Returned TlionRhti Do thoughts that came to you In the long ago ever return asked tho originator of silly questions Not unless I Inclose stamps an swered the literary party Chicago News Adrantngrn of Travel All travel has Its advantage If the passenger visits better countries ho may kern to Improve his own and If fortune carries him to worse her may learn to enjoy his own Johnson Free will is not tho liberty to do whatever one likes but the power of doing whatever ono sees ought to bo tone even In tho face of otherwise overwhelming Impulse Thero lies freedom Indeed IMPROVING MAIL DELIVERY Rural Carrier to Examine Only Box Ulnplnrlnit SlKuali In view of the great loss of time necessarily involved by requiring rural carriers to examine every mall box on their routes each tiny an exhaustive Inquiry covering a period of several months has been conducted by tho postoiHco department to determine whether or not a change In tho rogula tlon Is advisable says a Washington special dispatch to the St Louis Globe Democrat This Inquiry has brought out tho fact that for the purposo of do livering and collecting mall at thoso boxes with which they have uotual business carriers would only bo re quired to make dally visits to about onehalf of tho total number of boxes on their routes e Figuring tho average number of boxes on a standard route at eighty and the tlmo taken to servo each box as two minutes It Is shown that by tho present system of polling at and examining every box on each route a total of about two and thrcofourtha hours Is consumed per route whereas It carrion are required o call at and examine none except those boxes with Ii which they have business to transact tho service of each average route will bo expedited more than one hours tlmo In other words tho people liv lug at tho farther end of a route will receive their mall that much earlier in tho day It has therefore been decided that after July 1 woo carriers when mak ing their trips will visit and examine It only thoso boxes for which they tiara tIDal for delivery and those on which tho signals Are displayed to Indicate that there Is mall for dispatch By Itho now ruling patrons will need to display tho signals on their boxes whoalthey deposit mall therein for to collect and tho carriers will be re quired to raise tho signals on patrons boxes when they deliver mall Thoso patrons who are now mainS taming mail boxes on which there axe no signals will need to fix up or pro euro some sort of device which willIservo as a signal to carrlenI f SKIM MILK AS FERTILIZER I r rmcr Pied Flo Id Mor Uffectlr Than Other Kinds Skim milk as a fertilizer for crops is interesting the farmers In the vicinity of Haltcy N J and several declare that astonishing results hove come from Its uo Several weeks ago a creamery of that place had n lot of skim milk that could not be used says a special dispatch from Mlddletowu to tho Now York World W Clark Mains and John A Sogler farmers took the milk and poured It on their lands as an experiment Mains emptied seventy five cans on a timothy sod lot Seglor emptied ICO cans on a piece of meadowland Remarkable results bavo been obtainedTheir Is now seven tines as vigorous as on adjoining fields where tho milk was not used but which recovered with comraoroial fertllttors The farmers predict that milk will bo used henceforth The Dream Sloe John Crawford bad a peculiar dream a faw nights ago which resulted In the discovery of a grubbing hoo which was stolen from him recently says the Wheeling Intelligencer Mr Crawford entertained suspicion against a person who later proved to be entirely Inno cent of having any connection what over with the case Mr Crawford states that In tho dream bo salt a per son In possession of tho boo but of whom he always bad tho greatest respect owing to his close connection with tho church and his seemingly high Ideals The dream Impressed Itself so forcibly upon Mr Crawfords mind that bo determined to Investigate the matter with the result that every do tall Of tho dream camo true Night Test For Sabmnitne Tho French naval authorities at Ton Ion lire making preparations for put ting submarines to a now test says the London Globe llccent experiments havo been so successful that practical experience Is to be sought as to tho suitability of submarines for night at tacks A night will bo chosen when tho sea is calm and tho tint object sought will be to ascertain whether It Is possible for submarines with just the kiosk abovo water to approach nn enemys ships ontXldo tho harbor near enough to fix tbo striking point sub merging tho boat as soon as this is do tcrmlned I Four nnd a halt persons io each 1000 of tho worlds Inhabitants are either deaf nnd dumb blind or mentally af dieted I 1 6 tsNyltl Nt kaNSetstkkk K tKGrrrrrSketrKetttltsttt KkkkkKstt4eGtw i I tic WHO SAID GROCERIES e IIIShe ought to have sajd it through the telephone No 33 S or have called in person and talked on the subject to XK W D LOGSDON 3 When you want good things at tow prices hes the man 5 to talk with Ik 20 pounds Granulated Sugar Jioo I a Sack of Eureka Flour Best on Earth 55- WhiteRose 4 2 Flour perSackr 50 r5snoon IAll orders takes between xo and 3 will be delivered afternoon II Logsdons UptoDatc Grocery Store t QStsSmteleteNt NtsN4lJtKstrNtiSlhsitlitettistaisitefeMi isitlstrMei tklklj1 tDEAD IN A SWAMP KIDNAPED DOY 18 FOUND WITH HIS HEAD OFF BODY FIVE PERSONS SENT TO JAIL Cxtra Details of Police and Deputle On Guard tb Avert a Lynching Now Orleans La Juno 21Two miles Into tho Interior ot a big swamp noar thin tolly tho hoodloss body oI Walter LQtimns an Italian olilld between 7 and 8 yeare who wa kidnap d and hdld for 0000 nmeoni twu wi eka RIo was found by tmlloe and vfgiluntuslie been strangled to Ueatii uc cording to the oonfos ion of one of Kcveral Italians held by tho police The boya neck U sui poid to have ben broken when he wui Btran leJ au lng tho head to beoomo suvered ifromthe body when daoonnwsUlcn set in The hoad was found u short dli tance frc tt tho body Five llallnug two of thorn women ore under arrest chAm l with bean ncxoravUco to the murder and extra l doiatu f police aitd dot uMea are main talnlng rra 4 in ttio oxoltud Italian Qiinrtw of the coy Seven armed dopoUas hays beets I placed on guaid at tho Orlaana Paristt lrtMti iiiw eiTOBgoat In the MAto where Uirto of the prlMnera are hold nud eorup approheneton line ban felt cner the safety of two other prison c- raItho we it taUra to an Mdjolnlng parUh eldiM filree the Mafia lynchlrur elxteee acs ago has Now Orleons bitm suv 4 with Wreath of vlolonje As today and iwmo of thwe threat ore maJct by those who partlolIata- dh the oloordeni at that Imo t11i1The mBitlerad boy was fomd neat twenty mMoa trent New On r Jpam- I SwMttoe IITOMMM wring a coatee r Btoa ht n Tto of the sutjiccU who wu itak4tlt n hie home lii St Rooo and carried ino too woods by a comblaed force or officiate and vigltaiuet who have hii ihanted UM warrii This nn Imtaalon fantpixclano was ki t la the wowls an htiui when lie cot MJ MIlling four Ii llaai with tl murlcr- II pJ that about the time ot a tnaY EovtinK in New Orlt4I more lhan a w rkago held for IU puri i ie of profuiinK eeareh f r the brp- these a n who were la a vacant hiuM ia St It bream fri Wrtn i sad cunmlt i iKmt what to do with Ui child Toe i v WM orylac tllmlIg to betakes himo to hi jiaronti said Cam plxotan acid ow of the qimrttt oft Inp r 1ralhed the atilt IIIIj ua- gird Ma 11 dtiath to MOl tiii rolO lat two of the kidop rs h sJd- rsma fo blm enrrylBg tI tlll1 In n iiinnke and afjw thr wtnlne him with d iih If je told took Use Jxxl tuft the ewnpEIGHT KILLED 35 INJURED When Passenger Train Crashed Into Cars Filled With Laborers HartfiV Ct Jtat 21 BU1 workn u were killed and a Injured whet u zhvngcr train on tln HUh land D iMin of the New Yilc New HAY It llarifond fallS 1 rruhd- nlo tk IT of a work train txit WM l rkn into the city front Kw DrUaJo Of the injured two probably Vlll db- Wha aascd the wreck la not itch mtelr 1t wti Engineer Wilson of Uw PAL nn Jumpod In time to ocmw In jr The paMWAKffra howev r wr bails shaken up and eomn were cut by tyhnz glue Soon after the wreck no man undarnomih aercral tons of th brli wa4tOa wvlng a niflag t mo ono roacliod himwltb a bottle of whisky and gativ lint a draught Ho remnriced The first drink In IS yeots aatl OoJ knows I need ItH Both Drowned St Louie Mo Juno 24ln an atr tempt to rc ouo his 21yoarold brother August who boiamo overpowered by l lido current whllo swimming from Smiths hay on tho Illinois stda oft Mississippi to the Missouri shore Fred Adler aged 18 was also caught by tho cwlftlyrushlnR river and both I roUters were drowned ta HeadOn Collision l noohc tw N Y Juno HFour POI I sons aro known to have boon killed throe moro are thought to ha dead and eight wcro badly Injured in a wreck about R mllo east of PJttoford on the Auburn branch of the New York Central railroad Tho train was No 210 going east It met ft freight head on I I Quarantined AgainstTuberculosis j Austin Tex Juno H1t was an j nounced by Dr W H Brumby state health officer that ho will lactic a proc lainaUon In a few days qtraratltlnmi V ngaliiBl nil persons who are afflicted with tuberculosis In advanced stase DiedSuddenly V Now York Juno ItEmory Foster a wellknown newspaper man dial sud V Ionly of acute kidney thoublo Ho had held newspaper pojIUons In Phlladol phla Chicago and WasljIngioR and aJ tho time of hla death was a member ol tho editorial forco of tho World Constable Killed Memphis Toxin Juno 24 Carctablc r J H Goad Is dead and horn Steed s3 lasuffering from wounds whtel are ctmaidoredfatalas a result ItI i pistol hue botweea the constalilo to negro iTh THE CHILDS GRAVE WAS DUG IN STEPFATHERS YARD BEFORE SHE WAS MURDERED- I Lewis Paled When Accused of the Crime But Insisted That He Was Innocent Avondale Pa Juno 22The body ot little Mnry Kewlin was found burled in the yard of liar stepfathers home two miloa from this place Irwlu AI Lowls the stepfather Is under arrest accused of the murder of the 5 yoar old child The child had boon strangled to loath with a pleoe of tarred rope such as Is used by farmers In tying wheat Title had been doubly knotted nnd was sunk Into the flesh of the little girls nock when her body was found Over her hood a burlap bag had been drawn The accused man compelled to stand besldo the grave In which ho is nccueiAl of having burled the child stood tho ordoal without flinching although bo completely broke down when District AUorne Maeolosr accused him of the crime Near one of the little girls hands was her mouth organ This she had apparently clutched tightly in her hand up to the last and the fact that it lay In tilt grave beside her Is taken ni proof that the child was murdered beside the hole her murderer had dug In the yard of his home or perhaps hag been placed in tho hole before she was quite dead and while she still had etrenffth to hold the plaything When Mr Jiacaloer several hours before was Informed by two members ot the searching party that the little girls buddy had been found he turned upon the stepfather and accused him of tho crime The mane face grew the shade ot chalk Ho tiled to oontrol his blood leas Bte amt finally utaramerod Oh no ray God nol I didnt do- m George Tlmanus a local constable pissed Lewii under arrest sad taking him In a wagon led the way at a smart Illh to the scene of the crime the pretty little farm house of Irwla Lewis which lies a quarter of A mile ocroM fields from his ratters home There lwls wtss again confronted with the floiwe accusations uf the Ill nrticase wbJca tile stpfatfaer of tile child bad so earnestly advOCAted as the dlaeppamrszscelest TOOK HIS OWN LIFE As the Culmination of a Series of Domestic Difficulties Maduan III Jam IS Ber Jamln WIt rs a loran iwtrobont eoaunlttod SHirilf as Ute culmination of n strto of l niotic dlftkuUU the climax bu INK the act of his wife In dlsohanrlac the family cook Ira Ammtda Dais pin In the rook cays that Ie m4n Ul before Walter shot himself be beared Hr to dUregard his wifes authority and rrtuln her position In bin household Overhearing a quarrel between Mr and Mrs Walter she rooonddtr od her Intention to ylold to Mr Walters reqcwot pock 4 hot belong lain and left the plait Thinks Tbey Took Their Lives Chicago Jaae uTho body of Em ma PoBtlM 10 WM taken from lake ia Lincoln pork and hor ehlor slater Clara II S MINIng The parenta of the children think one af the sjtrli tell Into tM water and Umt the other was drowned In a lieroio effort to save hei ulster Mrs Patrick Pontlu grand mother of the girls told the police thud ah believed they had committed sul eWe because aa sho thought they had ben Hltroaled Kidnapers Sentenced New York Juno 88 =It wore tar bettor foi parents to know that thou children Hero dead than to feel the have fallen Into the hands ot sued criminals as these said Judge OSul llvnn of tho court ot general sessions in sentencing Iganolo Do Leonardo and PIetro Iamplnella to servo 14 years end 10 months in Sing Sing prison for tho abduction of llttlo Salvatorp SinUs from his homo last January Million of Roses Portland Ore Juno 22PorUl1nd first rose carnival pail fiesta Is In full swing The famous forestry building the largest In the world was decorated with not less than a million roses Tho program had us Its feature a parade of hundreds of rosodecoratod automobiles and floats Three Were Cremated St Johns N B Juno 22The steamer Crystal Stream was burned to the waters odgo in Wnsharomonk lake and threo members of the crow wore cremated Tho dead aro Wlllard Lo plan Allan Logan and Fred Smith Children Fatally Hurt Coffoyvllie Kan Juno 22Atornado at Seminole demolished tho It on so ot A Q Lett n farmer and fatally Injured two of his young children Seaman Couldnt Swim Norfolk Va Juno 22 Apprentice Naval Seaman Hammo who recently arrived at tho naval training station at St Helena from ix recruiting sta tion at St Louis toll ovurboard In the Klbnboth rlvor and bolng unablo c swim was drowned Women Assumption III Juno 22Six women wore arroated on tho charge that they were Implicate In Ulon tempt tc lynch Alfred Do land n mlnorniMonday night Bouland wasaccusp ot bolns a btgamlai CABINET TOTTERING CITUATION WORSE THAN HAC BEEN SUPPOSED REVOLT IS LIKELY TO INCREASES r Report is Current That Leader of the Disturbing Element Is On His Way to Park Paris Juno 21Tho rebellious ox cusses and rioting in the Midi Ire causing tho greatest oxcltontent and apprehension in Park All afternoon nowsjKipors issued editions every huui which wfro snatched from the hands of the vendors by tho anger public Tho general Impreaalon hero seems to bo that thu situation Is even worst than had been supposed and that the revolt Is likely to Increase ettpeclall in view of the somewhat violent dls positions of tho inhabitants of the southern provinces As tho nows spreads It is though that further disturbances will take place The outbreaks In Narbouni Porpignan Montt eHor and other planes are rogarded of ominous cliarax terAll sorts of rumors were afloat but owing to numerous wlro Interruption definite nnd detailed Information was dlflloult to obtain Ono report that gained currency was that Marcolli Albert tho leodor of the dlsturbini element was on tho way to Paris In dirguise and would appear In tho cbara bor of deputies- Premier Clemenoeau and many other government officiate will remain at the ministry of tho Interior throughout the night M Clemencoau stated that ho had the greatest difficulty In communlcatng with the authorities nt Narbonno Orders wero wired to the 13th Chas sours at Beaters to proceed to Nan bonneGovernment Put On Its Defense The government was put OB Its de f nso lii tho chamber of doiKitiea when It was naked to Justify the repressive meaenros adopted ageiaet the tube llous wine growers of the eoutJi but After subjecting Prenieler Cletnenoeoi to a hot fire tho dt utle deckled to postpone a fonnal Interpellation on the rubjeot on which the fate of the min tatty hangs Seldom bag the okmber bn so full of excited depots The abeeaoe of rollaMo news made them nervous and immediately after the seealon was opened there were noisy demands for fall Information Cleuwnceoui was willing to answer questions but had litho to Impart beyond what was al ready known- After confirming Ute reports of the Mftlnarrnbt at Narbonna and Montpellor for w4steh he blamed tko local rooiks too premier declared IUs Intention to repel the attacks on public buildings until driven from his post by the chamber He added that hIs orders to tho troops wore not to lire except M a last retort bat ho declared that the use of rifles was necaseary to uphold taw and the united republic SUSPECTING HIS WIFE Barton Shot the Woman Their Three Children and Himself Jasper FJa June ZIW U Burton ot this place shot Ms wife three oWl dren and MtoMef All wore killed ex cept ono olilld aged I years who was able to tell the horrible tale Shots wore hoard lot no attention was paid to thorn Barly Thursday morning they noticed Battens body In a pool of blood on the front porch nnd that of his wife on tho book porch Silo brut been choked and then shot thrice through the body Two children woro found In A room with bullet holes through their holds Baoh had been shot In tho mouth nnH the pistol huM so closely that tho face of each was scorched Tho third child may live There had boon trouble at Bartons home owing to his jealousy of Mrs Barton Sho was a beautiful woman nnd admired but Barton had no cause for jealousy relatives say Automobile Ran Into a Rock Naples Juno 21A most npallias automobile accident occurred at Cat nanello about 10 miles distant from Naples In which five men woro killed Tho motor car which was going at a high ruto of speed ran Into a rock and wad demolished Among tho Milled was Prince Poscara a member of tho Italian nobility and related to the Spanish royal house on account ot whose death Ulo aristocracy of the whole of lower Italy will bo In mourn- Ing Brewers Wife Convicted FUmdoroau S DOl Juno lMrMoses Kaufman wife of a wealthy Sioux Falm browcr was found guilty of man adb jter In tho first dejrroo the charge being that sho tortured to death Agnew Polrels n 10 year old servant girl In her employ Attempted to Murder His Family WI1n1I ton Dot June 21John Zmne 38 shot his daughter Rose 2 his son John G months attempted to kill his wife and then turned tho revolver on liliusetf biting tint hj brains Thi two children tho phy sicians say will not recover Fasted Twenty Day Belleville 111 Juno 21Dr I J Dales who a fast of 20 days to test Ms tboorrOOt his health would 1 bo boiUod icompUrtodlhe stipulated illtuq The 1ollIc hUWjlght frouly0 poimdsjGj 170 FIRST BLOW OF TELEORAPHER EXPECTED TO BE A SURPRISE TO THE COMPANIES Clx Small Town Have Already Vote to Strike at Call of the Inter national President Chicago Juno 20 Presidents Clow ry and Mockay can easily avert the proposed strike All wo ask Is that they agree to meot the union officer to consider the grievances Intel vlow with International Secretary Woe Icy Russoll of the Telegraphers War between tho telegraphers and Western Union and Postal Telegraph Cos la threatened within 24 hours II will not bo along tho lines expected by the companies but wit bo tho first blow in a carefully devised plan to force tho hands of tho company offl clals International Ircsldont S J Small Is now secretly at work preparing for tho coup dot t Ho Is visiting several cities on a mysterious mission and is oapectod to return to New York bo fort Friday night Tho first move of tho telegraphers It is said Is to find out If the Postal and Western Union have entered Into a compact to destroy the Commercial Telegraphers union In order to avoid paying an advance In wages This will not bo dono by calling a strike In BOOK big city That will not bo necessary tho telegraphers say A small town whore both companies have offices will accomplish tho same purpose Six email towns have already voted to strlko at the call of International President S J Small The Intelnation Hi executive board has given President Small full power to call a strike when over It Is shown that tho officials will not meet tho tccgraphors to dlcuss their grievances As soon as President Small Is antis lied that Commissioner of Labor Nell and the business men of tile countrj have failed In tliolr efforts at media tion an ultimatum will bo presented- to Ute company officials in ono of the trix towns referred to A certain number of hours will be given the companies to grant an audl once This will permit the companys officials time to telegraph Presidents dowry and Mackay for Instructions If neither company grants the con forenccs the telegraphers will consider this sufficient evidence that tho twc companies are in collusion and then when the big strike Is called both com panies wll bo affected HOPELESS LOVE Mentioned in Notes Left Qy Youth and Maid Who Were Found Dead Belleville 111 Juno 2DLying clasp oU In death ombracO on tho shore of Triangle lake a mllo northeast of BeHovlIlo the bodies of James Bullock and Cora Miller wore found In tho forehead of cock was a bullet and the position ot a revolver with two empty shells bowteen tho bodies Indicated that Bullock had killed tho young woman and ended his own life Notes besides tho bodies told of a hopeless love Miss Millers right arm lay partly under her Bweothoarts body Silo was clad in rod dross and a red rose adorned her dark hair Bullock was 23 and Miss Miller 22 The notes signed by both Bullock and Miss Miller said briefly that they loved ono another and hud found it best to seek death Miser Nearly Beheaded Hattlesburg Miss June 20His head nearly severed from his neck his oyos gouged out and deep wounds In his body which bad been Inflicted with thE bloody ax resting In a corner of his humblo hut Awtrlo Reed 45 miser aud hermit was found Rood was reported to have had 1000 in gold so creW In his hut The police are hunting for a negro who has boon missing since Sunday and who It is said was seen with a large sums of money Cat Died In a Few Minutes St Louis June 2OA capsule con taming strychnine sent through the malls to Lord Frederick Seymour Harrington confined in the Clayton jail awaiting execution on July 25 as the convicted slayer of Jamos P Me Oann was intercepted by Sheriff liar nel A small portion of tho capsule was given to a cat and tho animal died within a few minutes Dye Works Destroyed Meiui hls Tenn Juno 20 Charles Miller colored was burned to death Robert Garland seriously burned George Rodgers colored slightly burn ed and Mrs Louise Fabuln cut and bruised as the result of an explosion of a tank of gasoline used in renovat- Ing at L Rlegci Cos dyo works tho fire which followed practically de stroying thY plant One Hundred Perlthea Athens Juno 20nc hundred per oons were drowned In tho flood caused oy tho overflowing ot tho Llthogos riv er which inundated tho town of Trlk kola in Thosaly Pleaded Guilty M w York Juno 20Oliver M Den nls tho broker who was arrested In connection with tho theft of mor6 than halt a mllllrn dollars In bonds from the Trust Company of America plead ed guilty to a charge of criminally re cclvlng stolen goods 5000 Reward Offered dew York Juno20EA reward ot 55000 was offered for tho arrest and conviction of the two men who mur dered Julius T Rcwonholmer president of the London Needle 1IIlt his homi inPelbasf 1 i WILLSON FOR With W H Cox of Maysvllle as Run nlng Mate Louisville Ky After a bitter wran gle which lasted for hours in the room of tho resolutions committee the republicans of Kentucky in state convention adopted a platform commend Ing the of President Itoosevolt and his policies but refused point blank to Indorse Secretary ct War W II Taft for tho presidency It did however commit the republic ans of tho stato to the support of a man for president In sympathy with the presidents policies Tho delegates voted to accept this as well as the oth er planks on tho platform without n dissenting voice and Immediately aft onward nominated Augustus E Will son of Louisville for governor by ac clamatlon every delegate from tho IK counties voting for the Fifth district man The nomination of Stato Senator W H Cox of Mnysville lor lieutenant governor was made by acclamation every delegate voting for tho Ninth district man Judge James E Broathltt of Hop klnsvlllo Christian county was nominated for attorney general over John F Lockett of Henderson Frank P James of Harrod burg was named for auditor on tho second ballot Opposing him wero C M Barnett of Hartford formerly collector oi customs W W Byrley of tho Eleventh district and Stanley M Mllwood ot Lexington the latter a dark horse Capt Ed Farley of Paducah was named for treasurer by acclamation Additional nominations wore as follows For secretary of state Dr Bra L B Brewer of Munfordville for su of public Instruction J J Crabbe of Ashland for clerk of the court of appeals N Adams of London for commissioner of agriculture N T Rankin of Jackson END OF THE FEUD In Breathitt County Is Predicted By a Kinsman of Judge Hargis Louisville Ky According to a wealthy and influential relative of Judge James Ilnrgls tho feud disturb ances in Breathkt county will soon boot an end and ho predicts that the county which for so long has been the seat of troubles bordering on civil war will become as quiet and peaceful as any in the state This Kentuckian who is also a resident ot the mountains predicts that Judge Hargis who Is to be tried shortly at Sandy Hook for the murder of Dr Cox will be as quitted This will be the last charge to which tho judge will havo to answer and ho says Hargis will then leave Breathltt county forovor and will make his homo either at Lexington or at Winchester perhaps the former place lie declares that Judge Hargh would have loft tho county long ago but ho did not desire to leave under fire but that ho will pull up stakes just as quickly as ho can do so honor nbly By leaving tho county it Is claim ed that Judge Hargis will show that the strife so far as he Is concerned Is at an end Denies Right to Collect Frankfort KyTho court of appeals decided in the case of the city of Owcnsboro vs Fields that no action can bu maintained by the city or state to collect the license fee for operating a saloon Fields had conducted a sa loonfor several years within a mllo ol tho city limits but had paid the city no license and the city sued for live years foes Gen Allen to Resign Lexington KyBrig Gen Henry T Allen chief of the Philippines constabulary United States army left hero for Washington whero ho will tender his formal resignation as head of that department to take the post tlon as head of Yellowstone Park serv Ice He Is a native of Bath county Ky Motormar Disabled Lexington KyWhile driving a car on the interurban line William Keofe motorman was hit in tho right arm by a stray bullet The coolness of the other employe on tho car prevented a smash up The bullet paralyzed the arm and Kecfo could not work the brake as the oar started down a steep Incline Third Trip For Both Lexington KMrs Frances Knox and William Cline wero married at Owlngsvlllo Tho brido had been dl vorced from her two previous husbands and the bridegroom was divorced from two previous wives Son Lives In Cincinnati Lexington Ky While being giver a dose of medicine Richard Darnaby 50 a convalescent patient at St Jo eophs hospital dropped dead of heart disease Ono of his sons Taylor Dar naby resides in Cincinnati Wreck Victims File Suit Lexington KyFour damage suits wore flied In Fleming circuit court at agalast the Cincinnati Southwestern Railway Co and the Louisville Nashville Railway Co by vlctlms of tho wreck of May 10 Inspecting Route Lexington Ky John Blair McAfee of Judge A E Richards of LOuisville and Judge J R Morton of Lexington loft to Inspect a route for an electric road from Richmond to Beattyvlllo and BetUI Springs L h Ti1STATE ITEMS 4F INTEREST GOVERNOR administration perlntendent Flemlngsburg Flemlngsburg Philadelphia GOVERNMENT SURVEY Will Be Made of Kentucky Forest Lands Blue Grass Fair Aided Lexington KyAt a meeting ot tho state board of agriculture forestry and immigration held hero It was decided by the board to enter Jnto a contract with tho federal government to make a survey oc tho forest lands of Ken tacky The cost of this survey has been fixed at 0000 and onehalf of the cost will be paid by tho government and tho other half by the state The object Is to secure a map of Kentucky 1 giving tho area and distribution of the timber lands tho types ot Urn ber In the forest the estimate of the amount of timber In the state a study of the methods of logging a study for the prevention of forest fires and the best markets and commercial value of the timber Those attending the meeting wore Hubert Vreeland com missioner of agriculture Senator JW Newman of Wood ford county Prof M A ScoveU of the state experiment etatlon Deaba Brcckenridgc of Lex and J C C of Johnson countynThe matter of selecting suitable im migrants for Kentucky was also d s cussed and a representative for Ken tucky will bo placed at tho Immigrant receiving station In New York The board donated 500 to the Blue Grass Fair association BETTER QUALITY Promised In Kentucky Wheat Though the Quantity Is Less Hopklnsvllle Ky Farmers of this county aro literally gloating over the rich prospect of the wheat crop the cutting ot which will begin right away Reports from the country Indicate that the yield this year will probably not be over 75 per cent of the average but that tho quality will bo better than usual and nono is expected to grads below No 2 The cold weather which prevailed until so late caused the wheat to look very sickly and serious apprehension was felt that many fields would not bo Wbrth the harvesting but the sunshine brought It out and none of It will be lost Many fields were overrun with army worms but Instead of this Injuring the yield it really I helped for the worms ate the bares off the stalks without attacking thjS head and tho strength which would have gone to tho leaves all went to tho head thus causing It to flit out moro fully and tho groins to bo larger and fatter SISTER CHARGES That Sexton Beat His Wife to Death and Is Held For Grand JurysWarsaw Ky Leonard Sexton 37 a farmer woo arrested and tried bore for the alleged murder of his wife on May 15 The arrest was rondo on a warrant sworn out by the sister of the murdered woman Miss Nancy Bishop who alleges that Sexton beat his wife to death tho bruises still being on tho body when It was examined MISt Bishop says Sexton had threatened to murder his wlfo on previous occasions At tho preliminary trial Sexton was remanded to jail in default of 1000 bond to await tho action of the grand jury which convenes In July Trust Funds Taxable Frankfort KyTho court ot ap peals decided a caso ot vital Impor tance to nonresidents who have property in trust in this state Tho court says where a nonrasldent has notes stocks and bonds in tho hands of a fiduciary or agent in any city or coun ty of this state the property must be assessed for taxation In tho city ot county where tho fiduciary or agent re sides On herTrail Lancaster KyA posse of officer from this city came upon and exchanged shots with Robert Hocker who about a month ago killed D N Veal near here Hocker was wounded and as he fled len a trail of blood The officers came up with him along the Kentucky river chits near hero It h stated that his brothers have been shielding and feeding him since the shooting ot Vea- lPostmasters Appointed Washinstcn Postmasters for Ken tacky have been appointed as follows Braxton Meteor county William T Talbot Brownsville Edmonson coun ty Edgar B Lindsay Ftshervllle Jet ferson county Charles I Dale Got lion Ietcher county Dr D Holcomb Minerva Mason county Benjamin B Chandler Schoolflold Campbell coun ty Mary J Brown Stole a Show Ticket Lexington Ky Henry Williams liwas sent to tho reform school fot seven years on the charge of houso breaking Ho was accused of stealing t a ticket to a moving picture showSYearlings Shipped Paris KyCol E F Cloy of Run nymeado stock farm shipped to Now York 16 yearling colts the product ot Runnymoade stock farm to bo sold at the spring sale of thoroughbreds Gatesby Woodford shipped 22 hooIthe product ot Raceland stud Cincinnati Man Held Lexington Ky Charles Bailey ol Cincinnati and Archie Morton and SI Trimble accused rf stealing 1000 worth of goodsfrom the Parley Trans fer Co ot this city were held to the r a grand Jury f t F Ii ii t 11 fAOfofofofofofofofofosofofofofofofofofofofofofofofota I I East Kentucky Correspondence J 8 News You Get Nowhere Else Io fII o Ho comiponienc publlthed amen lined In full by the writer Tae names Q 0 I 1 not for pnbliction bit at a irUtac of good fAith Writ pWo1le as fofo oofofofofofofofofofofofofAdrerliemenha We often receive letters which we are asked to print In The Cltlze as news which tell about Stock Food or Farms or Tomato Plants or other things which want to sell We never print these notices unless the are paid for They are advertisement not news But It does not cost mud to have them printed So that our mountain people may see how It work we will give them a very low price for having such notices printed In Tho Citizen We will for a shot time print a notice of twenty word In The Citizen for any one week for only ten cents No charge less than ten cents If you want more than twenty words In your notice send om cent extra for every two words more than twenty For small amount postage stamps may be sent This price is made only for the people whose news Is on the eighth page and for a short time- JACKSON COUNTY SAND GA1V June 28 China Johnson who has spinal trouble Is not any betterMrs Moses Campbell Is also very sick C S Durham of Bachelors Rest vis ited home folks Sunday night Mlsa arena Kerby of Kerby Knob visited relatives here Saturday night and attended church Sunday Sherman Dur harry and wife visited relatives at t Noahs Ark and Jamestown Saturday and Sunday last Misses Anna 0 Powell and Laura Hatfleld took the McKee Friday teachers examination at and Saturday J F Dean and J a Durham attended the convention at Louisville last week Rev William Powell daughter Anna and J J Ik Dur F Dean took dinner with I ham and family unday Jno F Dean has announced himself a cand idate for representative of the 71st legislative district of Kentucky com I posed of Clay Owsley and Jackson counties nls not altogether for the honor that Mr Dean wishes to rep resent his district but for the good that he may do and if elected his constltuonts may expect great things of him KVKnClKEEX June 2A new Sunday school was w c organized at Pine Grove with Jim Rose superintendent John Ross sea a retary and Ella Rose teacher The Sunday school at Lone Oak Is pro gressing nicely W M Campbell will give a temperance lecture there next Sunday Louisa Griffon from Lon don Ky Is visiting friends on Little and Big Clover MIDDLE FOUK r June 21our Sunday school Is get ting along nicely with a good attend ance Rev JamS Baker preached an Interesting sermon Wednesday night Quite a large crowd was present Str Robert Baker and wife left here last week fop Hamilton Ohio where they expect to make their homeDana Angel visited her friend Minnie An gel Wednesday night Robert Tussey and wife attended church at Letter Box Sunday Cap Wilson who has been In Hamilton Ohio for the past 1 two months returned to his home on last Monday Will Calo and wife of Plttsburg Visited friends here Friday and Saturday- tNSYILLE June 21 Messrs Walter Medlock 1 and Oscar Rader both drummers left here Tuesday to visit merchants of their territory Mr Lee Webb vis- Ited the Sunday school at Green Hill lastSunday R A Johnson is attend- Ingt the Republican convention held in Louisville as a delegate from this place Miss Alpha Dolling of Ter rells Creek visited Misses Jessie Ra der and Mattie Medlock Saturday night and Sunday Mr Enoch John son of Hamilton Ohio is visiting at the homo of his grandfather Bob Johnson of Moores Creek MrsMaud Neal visited Miss Mattie Medlock on Sunday Married June 18th at the home of the bride youngestdaughter Major Jones of Near London Rev James Brewer of Corbin officiated I John Dyche and wife of London at ted the NantzJones wedding on Juno ISthOur efficient post mistress Miss Mattie Medlock Is onn two weeks vacation visiting friends and relatives in Somerset3llsses Naoma GeorgiaAkemanand guest last Tuesday Misses Pearl dinInerHannah Wells Sallle Johnson of Moores Creek1 Sand last week Bob nevi and wife vis ited the latters brother Steve Cast t eal and wife last SaturdayLeonardt Medlock attended church at Oak Grove last Sunday Mlss Lizzie John Bjji visited Miss Cleo Taylor on last tiS ofofofofofofofofuu e Sunday Mrs Minnie Pennlngton Is very sick There is a good deal of sickness In this community now Miss Clarinda Roark spent the even with Georgia Akeman SaturdnyI HUIILKV Juno 20 Oat and Irish pots crops are fine In this pectlon Corn crops are not so good and bean crop are almost a failure Quito a crowd from this ocmmunlty attended church at Bethel Sunday Mrs Louisa Gab bard Sltha Angel Minnie and Eva Johnson visited friends on Hootei Creek Sunday Mr and Mrs Perry McCollum returned Saturday morning after an extended visit with their daughter Mrs Ollie Callaham of near Doublellclc Mr and Mrs James Seals of near Isaacs visited Mrs Seals fa ther Wesley Gabbard of Hooten Creel He aws quite sick last week Nan nle Gabbard was the welcome guest of Sltha Angel Monday Ned Lake nnd lobo Morris found a bee tree Saturday They said they got nearly thre gallons of nice honey KKllllY ICN01I June 20Mlss Clnda Reece spent Thursday with Miss Nora Johnson Little Lonnie Williams has had a se vero spell with his leg He bruised It while riding but it is somewhat bet terMr George Johnson spent Sat urday night with his aunt Mrs Mary Combs and family Miss Martha Deal and sister were the guests of Myrtle Click Saturday night and Sunday Mr and Mrs Walter Williams spent last Thursday night with Mr Lafi Williams and family CLOVER IIOTTO3I June l1Lewls McGuire who has been on the sick list for some time Is able to out again The little two yearold son of Mr and Mrs Palestine flosklns died May 30th Born to Mr end Mrs Henry Crank a fine girl Mr and Mrs Charlie Azblll visltec the latters parents Mr and Mrs Yes Bicknell Saturday night Miss Anna Powell entertained quite a number of Friends and former pupils one even- Ing last week Music and games ware the special features All report a good Llruow Drummers Medlock and Johnson were here last week taking or tarsMrs James Isaacs Is on the jick list 3ICKEE June 17County Court convened today with a very small attendance Farmers In this section are very busy in their cropsThe republicans of this county met in convention In the Court House at McKee last Saturday to appoint delegates to the State Convention The delegates were instruct ed to cost Jacksons sixteen votes ton Hon A J2 Willson of Louisville for governor Quite a number of our townsmen will depart for Louisville to bo on hand for he convention Wed losday Judge J F Engle who hat been very poorly for some time is abl to attend to business again Travel ng salesmen constituted a large part- of the crowd In town today Mr Ver roy the new missionary conducted Sunday school at Smiths Schoolhous MlnterlandagMre Mattie Carpenter attended church at Oak Grove Sunday The an mal county Sunday school convention vlll be held at Birch Lick Church louse on the 26th Inst Mrs Fannie filler visited her parents at Green Sail last week Mrs Sallie Collier Is visiting her son D G Collier thi- sweekJ F Dean and W A Cope jandldates for representatives were hands with the In town today shaking voters MADISOK COUNTY- llIIETFUS June 2lMost everybody Is busy Rowing cornWe had good meetings Saturday night and Sunday Rev lames Lundsford filling his regular ippotntmeut Mr Willie O Todd of Dreyfus and Miss Sallie F Tharp of 3rooksvllle were married last Sunday Mrs Lula Barnes of Jackson 3reathltt county has been visiting her father Rev James Voung and family Mrs Louise Rlddo of this place Is Tanning to visit her son Mr P Riddle of Fayette county very soon Mrs Owen Rose who has been sick for two or three weeks Is much better Mrs W B Baker and daughter Mrs tones have returned after a weeks visit in Boyle county Mrs Nellie 3gg visited Mrs Sarah Walton last Sunday ROCKCASTLE COUNTY THSPCTANTA June 180 V Owens got something In his eye while sowing millet and went to Berea Tuesday to a doctor The infant child of Mr and Mrs J McGuire died last weekJ W Anglln of Climax was here on business this weekThe little child of Mr and Mrs Davis NorthanT Is very slck G T Payne has bought a span of i yearling mules Mrs J E HammondI visited home folks from Monday Miss Ethel fling her grandmother Sirs liar mond Born On the 18th to Mr nnd Mrs Frank Seals a boy on thelOt a boy to Mr and Mrs Sill Sherei and a girl to Mrs and Mrs George Cope on the same dayMre A T Abney and sons attended church at New Hope last Saturday and Sundaj Sam Sherer who cut his eyebal some time ago while trying to pr some cartridge hulls from n pistol Is better but has lost an eye OARRARD COUNTY tivtLLACLTON June 23one of Dock Boullns boy had his shoulder broken last Satur day Lucian Cado purchased a nIce rubber lire buggy at Paint Lick II few days ago News reaches here that Mr Newton Todd has married We join In congratulating Mr Tod and his bride Joe Wyllo Is very low with throat trouble Miss Sara Lawson and the Misses Mary an Fannie Todd were were driving down a hill below Wallaceton when the horse fell hurting Miss Lawson bad but she is recovering The other were unhurt Mrs Sue Holcomb and Mrs Ruth Davis attended church lit Cartcrsville last SundayLucian Cad Will and Taylor Botklns returned fror Illinois a few days ago the latter huv Ing his eye hurt very badly Mr Guyn Is doing a rushing business In dry goods in Wallaceton nowfr Will Guyn who moved to Bares llltt fall to send his children to school hai moved back onto the farm near Wal IncetonS W Wylie was the guest of his nephew Joe Wylle last Sunday CAUTnilSVILIK June 21Misses Dora Addle and Pearl Boaln who have been visiting trineds and relatives in Bstlll count have returned The property of fr- Ed Ballard was sold at auction lad Thursday at the homo near Palm Lick The home was bought by Mr W M Fish It is a beautiful place about a mile from Paint Lick The people of Lancaster are building a dairy of a capacity oi six hundred milk cows Home churning will soot be a thing of the past around hero Miss Lude Rothwell who has heel In Florida has returned She will soon go to Anderson Indiana to visit her sister Mrs Ike Arnold Fried chickens are getting ripe and some one stole about three dozen from Mrs J G Clarke Mrs George Allen and children Mrs J B Carter ors J G Clarke and Miss Mamie Carter went fishing last Thursday They did not catch many fish but they report a fine time Mr and Mrs Jan Conn of Lancaster were In Carters vlllo last Sunday Mrs Dr Snowden of Paint Lick has been visiting relatives In Winchester a couplo of weeks ESTILL COUNTY- sTtTIOY CAMP June 2lRev Hudson of Borer College assisted by Mr Kirk of Inez Ky gave a very interesting lecture it this place Saturday night and Sunday night Mr Chester Amyx went to Paris on business last week Mr say Park of Central America and Miss Jesse Miller of Missouri visited Capt and Mrs James Moorep last weekUss Etta and Lizzie Wagers if Madison county are vliltlng rela tives here Mlsa Sophia WlUon en tertalned a number of friends Sun Lay Those present wore Misses Kat Mooros Anna Gum Ida Rice Messrs Carl Kirk and H C Wagers Mrs J F Scrivner is expecting hersjster Mrs J P Strother nnd Miss Carrie Cook of Paris Ky Tuesday Sits Nette Wagers and Mr William Wilson were guests of the Misses Moores on Sunday afternoon OHIO NEWS HAMILTON Juno 22A very refreshing ralu Tel Friday evening after having had several days of hot sunshine Beecher Henderson of Irvine Ky came to Hamilton this week and is working at the C C Paper mlllA J Moores rom Maulden Jackson county Ky who has been working here this spring left last week for his home Mr Moores will teach school at Sands I Branch Jackson countyThe plcnl of the First Baptist Church and Sunday school was held Thursday at Me ICees GroveThirty girls employe it the Beckett Paper Company struck recently for Increase In wages which was granted Mr Arthur Flan ry and some other young people visited Oxford Ohio last Sunday and attended the baccalaureate services held at Ml awl University The Rev DwIght Hlllls of Brooklyn N Y did not preach the baccalaureate sermon as reported but gave a lecture Thurs dayoeorg4 Roberts a former grad uate of Berea College and Miss Carrie Proll of Hamilton also Mr Frank Durham and Miss Effie M Roberts both former Berea students were married Friday the 21st The annual outing of the Retail Grocers and Butchers Association was held Wednesday at Lindenwald Park All grocery and meat stores were closed at sight oclock and a big parade was glvenSome of the property owners of the different suburbs in Hamilton which are being annexed to the city are opposed to the annexation on tho grounds that there is not nufflclon assurance of water gas and fire protection A goodly sum has been ap proprlated by the town In order that the fire fighting forces and equipment may be made stronger According to the terms of the franchise which Is to run for a term of twentyfive year then Columbia Gas and Electric Co of Cincinnati Is to furnish nnturn gas In Hamilton at 40 cents a thou sand feet but with 10 cents off on all bills paid before the 10th of the month and should the company find Itself unable to furnish the city with natural gas then It may furnish nr tltlclal gas at 70 cents n thousand feet with 10 cents off on all bill paid before tho 10th of the mouth In consideration of this grant Iho company is to pay the city JS7C1 a year for ten years which will pay the interest upon the bonds out standing against the municipal gas plant tho company is to furnish the city with natural gas at a spools rate for the operation of the municipal electric light and water plant It Is not to transfer Its franchises to another company without tho consent of the city and there is to be a read justment of the rates charged for gas at the end ot ten years We real our old friend T P Gabbards letter In last weeks Issue of Tho CItizen with much Interest and hope that he can find time to write oftenor aailya Comruhlp- Wlitlo on a secret mission to Paris in 16S3 Rosny had fallen In love with the daughter of the president St Mcs mln The young lady was handsome and kind but while paying her hit ad dresses bo heard of a Mlle do Courte nay who was reported to bu beautiful well born and wealthy besides Pru hence suggested that ho should make her tho Baroness do Uosny but be was already half committed to the outer While he was pondering the subject ho arrived one day at an Inn lnNoget and found to his dismay tbat by an unlucky chance both ladles wIre lodged in It Mlle do St Mtaiu In the left wing and Mlle de Courteoay In the right Both wore ready to marry Win and bo was ready to marry one of them but could not decide which It was a very awkward position for the wavering lover and at first be thought of saving himself by Instant flight While be hesitated Mlle de St MM tains younger sister MW him and ox prowcd her surprise that bo had boon halt an hour In the house without vis lUng them The decisive moment had evidently come Turn to the right whispered the friend who was with him Ho dkl so and Anne de Court nay became his wifeIL O Macdowcll In Maomlllaaa Magazine A Vcrintllv 1nrUU Clerk The ancient parish clerk in England mad many functions Letters were not io common In tboso days as today and the clerk was the learned man of the community One of the functions was writing epitaphs but this was not the sum of his aecompIUhmonU as maybe seen from the advertisement ot Jobu Hopkins clerk of Salisbury in the eighteenth century John clerk and undertaker se1N eplliphi of all sorts and prtofl Snares neat and plays the bM lOOn Teeth drawn and the Baltitwrx Journal read grail every Sunday morn lag at 1 A Mboel for pMUmody ever Fburiday evening when my son born Mind will play on the addle 8peeknoa epitaph on my wife Mr wife ten years not much to my eltH Dot now she is dead In oaoto aides beat variety to be Men within Teur bumble servant JOHN IIOPJUN3 lie Stopped the Couuhlns1 One Sunday morning a clergyman vas greatly annoyed by the unusual mount of coughing among his congrc- tlon Ho had not a strong voice and- could only be distinctly heard When tho people were still and attentive At the oughlng went on and oven grow worse bo suddenly stopped right In tho middle or the sermon All eyes were nstantly turned to tho pulpit every cough was bushed and there was perfect silence My friends said tho minister with i smile It seems you stop when I topThis gentle rebuke had the desired effect The pcoplo found that their aughln could be kept down when they liked to a great extent and the sinister proceeded with his sermon Index tdr more favorable conditions Ether and Matter The densest matter Is more or lose iotous Gold will absorb mercury as a lump of sugar will absorb water show Ins there must tie Interstices or Inter tombs spaces In it but time ether shows no such property It a drop of water ould be magnified sufficiently one would ultimately ECO the different tome of hydrogen and oxygen that institute the molecules of water It- a small volume of ether could bo thus ncgnlfled the Indications are that the ultimate part would look like the first which la the same as saying that It Is not made up of discrete particles but ere space completely This Is expressed by saying that the ether Is a con Inuous medium and la hence Incom parable with matter An Odd Bird Net Tho oddest of all birds nests Is the one built by the tontobane a South African songster It Is built of cotton and always upon the tree produc- Ing the material In constructing the domicile the female works Inside and bo male outside where he builds a sentinel box for his own special use lIe site In the box and keeps watch or sings nearly all the time and when longer comes In the form of a hawk or a snake be warns the family but never enters the main nest THE CITIZEN Berea Ky TO Nlilr PUIENfS The Olllrao wants rOil for a subcrlber Jr you had been readlllill a few month you would not be willing to be without IL nut we are so sure that after you hue hetIa rear you will on Inking It that we will glue It to you the Ant almost for nothing hat is we Wlllaife you as ieadld7dvent Trepprtwoblakrlraaonaeeipocket knlteandIii- paper one year for 1100 Or it you will UA 1160 wo will lend you the boot The louolatllltople ot Kentucky by Illaney And the Citizen for one year The of trunk algae Is Jr we wlll send the Uo olCbrlA atlsel Jruunf NnenretI- ibyPrWin Imdhl book whh overM 110IU1o which wuuldnntyou4toata- ny boot store tlds Large beuttfully bound boot we I mall to any new subwrluer 0- Tho CIUJtn anullend The CIIiRU oneyear or oolyllTI Trio tawtegeatonoonthis book costs w ee cent TO OLD Kit UN DS We expect you to keep on taking The Clllieu because you like It 10 llbtoniie you cant do Uhou IL Hut M tome ol our oMfrleniUur have never luiiUnrof those Sue premium you are giving to new iut crlUr ought tnlet HI have a chance at them so we give oldsubrlerswhopayforayear ahniil nny llmebrforsth Iretdtsrrlpllon- nun out or nut mont throe cue month niter It runt out ono copy thefleweepeolaslfWilUTbenow TOY FOIL Til It CITJZJN entafgrwaysItWIIHX YOUR TIJIi IIUN8 OUT floll will look At the lteell or on the paper In which It ta tiSTifaiKrwnipp wilt tee below a 1 JULY 97 lawhenthat hit time It put and save him time in cndMiit us his men for the next year nut no one Utelta to thin After you hare wetueaeyforanethtt year 111 the date on- yatr per er It ehanges 101 year ahead If III that means we hat money and marked you paid for another year If It Ii Sot ehaaged please write ut alter two or three weeks tone van AEH out what It tile matter AOKI HOLDS ON Japanese Ambassador at Washington Will Not Be Recalled Washington June 22Tho formal announcement by Viscount Haynshl the Japanese minister for foreign at fairs In a Toklo dispatch published today that Ambassador Aokl Is to bo retained at Washington Is regarded hero as clearly establishing tho fact that the present Japanese ministry headed by Marquis BolonlJ has ttHur ed Itself of tho support of both tho Unionist and Conservative parties lt its present attitude toward America Tho announcement made from Toklo relative to Ambassador Aokls tenure la regarded as convincing evidence that Count Okumas onslaught has failed and that the settled policy ot Japan from now on will bo to dis countenance Jingo agitation as dl rected against America and to en denver to strengthen the friendly rela tions between the two countries GENEROUS UNCLE SAM The President Offers to Scale Amount of Boxer Indemnity Washington June 10 President Roosevelt has Just made tho most stir pendous gift to China that the United States or any other government baa over made to a foreign nation Through Secretary Root he has notified Sir Chontung Liang Chem the Chinese minister that with the approval of congress the United States voluntarily would relinquish the differ ences between the total of OXDAMMC and claims Incurred In the supprewlw of the Dozer revolt of 1900 and the amount which China agreed to pay to this country In satisfaction thereof Tho difference la fixed offlolally ct the enormous figure of JI7000090 ON PROBATION Missouris TwoCent Fare Law Must Work Out Its Own Salvation Kansas City June tBTho Missouri twocent passenger taro act will RO into effect at 6 a m tomorrow and will be given a three months trial It nt the end of that time It is found to bo tinremuneratlvo Its enforcement can then ne fought In the courts by tho railroads Tire state officials nro temporarily enjoined from enforcing the maximum rate law and this case will be argued through the federal court Trial Must Go On Boise Ida Juno SZiWhon the state closed its case against William D Haywood charged with tho murder of Frank Stounonberg the defense made ad unsuccessful attempt to secure from the court an order directing the Jury to acquit tho prisoner Judge Woods ruling which requires tho do feme to meet with evidence the case that the state has presented was mado after 5 oclock last evening and it was then arranged that Haywoods counsel should make their opening statement and present their first tell simony on Monday next Revolutionary Movement Failed Managua Nicaragua June lBTho revolution started in Salvador In which Nicaraguans aided tho revolu tionists resulting in the capture on Juno 11 of tho important towns of Acajutla and Sonsonato has gone to pieces Tho expeditionary chief Oen eral Alfaro did not continue the ad mace because his numerous partisans did not concur with him that tho time for such advance was opportune thus resulting In the failure of the movement Whitecaps Reappear Nashville hut June if Eight masked teen wont to tkit bnm of Thomas Vennera near South Bethany this Brown county nt 1 oclock Sun day morning drugged the defettirlr as man tram life bed spirited him away to n wood and flogged him unmerci fully No reason Is given for the out rue Vonners is said to be a law abiding oitizw and says bat so far as he knows hs has no ntnles City Court Clerk Went Wrong MllwftukM June t1Mdnk B WOl ter for ellhtMa yelire dork of the nynleiiMl cart of title city waa last evening brought Into court of which he had been an official so long pleaded guilty Wore his bosom frtoml Judge Unto of emb ssl ment of IJOooo on wblea charge be was arrested Thursday and WAS srnteue d to three ywtre at bard labor In the Milwaukee eoonty horn of correction Murderers Singular Defense Goofttand iUn Jaws t9John IMto an Malian wlra killed a man lid wounded two women pauengr Ta oa a Rock Island train east of Here Saturday told through aa Interpreter the story of Ute shooting Hello as eeated that be oomwlUsd the murder la his stM us the malt of a dream Oed knows be sold 1 did not mean to kill anyone It was all a terrible dream The Tragedy Grows IrtHitoa 0 June IIMrs George Tkaekor died toddy roaklRR the fourth death tram the tragedy of June aMrs Tstaekor wits abet toy her sonin law Charlie Shafer who also klilH his wife and young son whose body ho tried to burn and then commit d suicide rather than be caught flhaf ors act followed the filing of a divorce suit by his wife r Ce F HANSON LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B llHobiuaon All all prsmpiljr attended ta night sod day Telriliann No 4 llrrro Kjr Dr W G BEST mlDENTISTI ICITY IRONg loo OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE s R BAKER DENTIST OrrlCKI IOnrPdeflagOAlceOfltrv hours from 8 to 4 I City 1lioiifi Loa Teeth extracted without xila Somnoforrae HENRY LENGFELLNER TINNER Office over rOIL Office Ihnnn IBS AVnrelioiun weal of Drjxit Steel Roofing Cheaper Than Evor Saves Trough ft loss than Old Price i II OHIO COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERY I Central Avenue and Court Street Clnrlnnntl Ohio college was organized in 1845 and tho 02nd Annual IIbis October 1st 1007 This is tho first Dental Col in tbo West It is co educational and has a corps of twenty instructors Its buildings aro modern and adapted to the requirements of modern dental education and its clinics are unsurpassed Optional Spring and Fall Courses in clinical instruction are also given For information and an I nouncemebt address H A Smith D D S Dean I 110 Garfield Place Cincinnati Ohio II HIIIIII till 11111 11111 II 4IH- d 11111 111I11 JoIIIIIII1