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NoNoNOioNaNONONoNoNoNotlollo 1 BEREA PUBLISHING COI O INOORlORATKOI 5 E ALBERT C03KPhDMiniMr r N 0 kcdAyasaon- doeoSoteoeooloooeoooteos firertdaiIMOIiOft UofI4llIo MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY JULY 18 1007 One Dollar a year No 5 IIX Five cents NEWS OF THE WEEK Terrible Accident on Battleship Geor glaCol Harvey says Roosevelt Is tho Most Popular Man In tho World Attempt Is Made to Kill President of France Japanese Admiral Visits the United By tho explosion of two bags of pow der on the battleship Georgia In Capo Cod bay on July 18th eight mon of tho officers and orow woro killed and thirteen others terribly hurt Col George B Ilnrvey who has beet travelling In Huroi says that undoubtedly Prea Roosevelt lsth most popular man in the world The reasons are summed up somewhat as follows Royalty led by the German Kalw himself like him because they feel that In Roosevelt autocracy has a strong defender the middle com mercial cle admire him for his vigorous attacks on the Kraal industrial corporations and the socialist and anarehWU pralw Wm because he Is the first great ruler to give them open and favorable recognition How l 1r iwwwaHtent these reasons seem Itll compartd with oaeh other 1 f Roowvdl tIt were left to Buropeftns would be unanimously rele ted lW1 president of time United Slate At Paris Frauee July UtU an at tempt waa made to shoat Urosldon Falllenw Leon Maple a man seem unsound fired two ing to bo mentally pistol shots tUreeU a ljte proelden who was alltlng In I r 4rriage The Ireeldcnt seemed to In perfestl cool thruout tile ft Hem nt Tin wouldbe marderer was arrested 01 the spot Admiral Yanwwoto nt the Japanese tI navy Is visiting In tho United States being tile guest of RearAdmiral Robby D Bvama at pmeat The two- officers IM old friends and have been freely dla H ring the tumors of nt- beteen the United Stated and Japan They agree U al the war talks al 1 nonsense and Admiral Yamaraoti says Japan reBwrda the United States as her beat friend Attempts are beingmade to prove- HarryI Orchard insane It is very likely that ho li for evldenoe has been brought up to show that his grand father probably had some slight ton deny to craziness on some subject or other With tho help of a fcw crlralHOlORUti such as fig Ituredshould be but little trouble to prove- Mr Orchards fitness for the asylum Wm D Haywood who Is on trial at Boise Idaho for tho murder of Gov Frank 8teun nburg was under examination for six hours last Friday In the cross examination he was cool and seemingly entirely selfpossessed Senator Borah who Is aiding tho pro ccutlon conducted tho cross examina tion Haywood vigorously denied all the statements made by Harry Or chard In regard to a plot to kill thi governor Tho defendants testimony In his own behalf closes tho work o f the defense The trial will probably be closed before two moro week- sn4n4a4n404n404 tM o4nt04040 IESIDENTS OFF I CE II F HE A KYCr iTHE CITIZEN Devoted to the Interests ofthe Mountain People I j JOHN ADAMS The second president of the United States was the first vice president Ho served as such during Washingtons two terms succeeding the latter ai president In 1707 Ho was a native of Bmlntrce Mass and was sixtytwo years of ago when he became president Ho lived to the grunt ago of ninety dying on the Fourth of July 1820 while his ton John Quincy was president 6f the United States John Adams wns one of the slanchcst of patriots during the Revolution His term as president was marked by a violent quarrel with Alexander Hamilton and bis follower Adams like Hamilton was a Fed eralist nil manner was dictatorial and this made him many personal United States Attorney C MoReynolds is inves affairs of tho American or Tobacco Trust up considerable anxi of the trust officials recently said that criminal be made ot some of tho Among the men in difficulties aro John B ot tho American Cigar B Duke president of Tobacco Co week President noose his hired man make hay Hill farm on Long hired man said the Presl a lively pace pitching hay and put more of hired men handle In mmon Proper NamesI enomlesi1iQ show that tho most names In the world th + same regardless ot where they are found ho form of pronunciation doM sot necessarily mean name In England soil moat common name aro Jones Williams Thy Urown Thomas Evans Wilson Robinson and Thompson In tho In Scotland they are Drown Thompson vart Campbell Wilson tt Miller McKenlle McKay In Ireland wo Kelly Sullivan Walsh Uj nl Connor Doyl McCarthy Gal and Konnudy In the the names differ some different cities but on are VAry yinMar I +O+O 0J0 O Dl O o+ 1 00 i I of- SECURITY 1 ou i 1StockllOlc1orllIta Surplus Is 1000000 additional 0 This gives our depositors a Margin of Security of 11 11000000 0 l Since Its organization nearly flux years ngo tho business 1- o of this bank has steadily showing that It lute that oJ degree of public confidence which comes only from careful 9 and yet liberal management deserve continued lend increasing growth by + service to customer whether or 0 Q runalioI BEREA BANK TRUST CO i 1 BEREA KENTUCKY I I THE COMPLETE BANK I ii J J MOORE President W H PORTER Cashier i 4O011TEREST PAID ON SAYINOS 4ro i- e ted O+e+ee e+o+ +O+O+ + + ++o+ +e+o+ ++o+ + +o+4 THE FOREIGN DEVIL A True Story of tho Chinese Famalne Written from Shanghai China by Ida L Brooks Citizen readers who have contributed to tho Chinese Famine Relief Fund will be very much Interested in this true story of the famine and the many friends of Miss Brooks who was President Frosts secretary for aI number ot years who Is now In Shanghai China will bo especially glad to sea something from her ponEd Leaving tho Celestial Empire In darkness the sun speeding on its way to tho Western world seemed typical of tho lIght ot hopo from tho famine stricken district ot China where indeed despair had fallen Millions wero starving thousands had died and only a few courageous souls were battling with the faminedemon Loyally had the followers of Christ of Buddha of Confucius worked together In an attempt to mitigate the horrors ot the situation but the entire band was pitifully Inadequate to deal with the swarming multitudes Per haps none had been more faithful than a few scattered Taoist priests Of tho noblest of these was Zia Sin Bauk devout ascetic loving his people with a fierce devotionand hating all for eigners with an equally tierce preju diceOt money and food he had given freely until nothing remained but a scant supply of ricethat dwindled with alarming rapidity His household consisted ot himself and servant and the adopted child ot a dead brother a child of unusual promise whom he worshipped to the point of idolatry From lack ot food from the excite ments of tho situation tho child lay mdlng tho native physician had said and the Taoist priest sat watch ing by his bedside a picture ot ab despairForeign devils ah foreign devils A faint volco from tho bed startled him My father oh my father I was not sleeping The boy attempted to sit up but sank back exhausted You frightened me father you aro angry What are they these these foreign devils will they hurt us very much father Alarmed that he had excited the sick child the father bent over tho wasted form and spoke with quick gentleness Little one child of my heart never tear Ah tho boy turned his head uneasily and battled to keep back the tears of weaknessit waS for girls and women to weep never for boys or men ah my father devllo are bad so baddo we not strive to drive them away with many noises And foreign devils are they the worst of all fath er and aro they coming here The child shuddered and tho hand held in tho fathers strong grasp grew cold Drawing tho heavy covers more closely around the boy and rubbing the cold little hand that was so dear to him the reply came tenderly from the aching heart oftho priest Little CoiMtmx4 on Sixth rc DONT DESPISE THE FARM a The little farm among the mountains doesnt make one rich The older men and women who have been there all their lives are content to stay there but the growing girls and boys when they read about the rich peoi in the great cities often think This is a dull old place I can not enjoy life here As soon as I get a chance I will go off to the city and make a fortune there and amount to something Wait a minute Some people do get rich in the cit ies but did you ever stop to think how many hundred poor men it takes to make one man rich The chances are a hundred to one that if you went to the city you would have to help make some one else rich instead of getting rich yourself How many a man has left a comfortable happy healthy home on the farm and gone to the city to live in small dirty rooms with smoky badsmelling air to breathe and unfriendly peo ple all around and has toiled for years hoping to get a start and make a fortime and has finally died there be fore his time longing for the dear old home and friends on the farm But the work is hard and the life is dull and re turns are slow and poor on the farm Thatjis true How shall we make it better First let us make the best of all we have Get the best papers and books in to the home so it will be the happiest place in the world to rest and read and talk with those who love us Then the dullness of the home will be gone Then let us see that the School and Church and Sunday School in our neighborhood are kept up wcij That will help to make the whole neighborhood happier and better collegeWhenneighborhood met a lot of bright people Finally learn the ways to make the farm pay better We are not getting half out of our farms that is in them But the United States Government is working all the time to findout ways of getting bigger and better paying crops and the newspapers are telling how and the colleges are giving everybody The wise farmer will stick to his farm but will take all the help offered him to make it pay far more than it does THE SCHOOL TEACHERS MISSION I By Letcher Gabbard There are many professions from which one may select his life work and In any selection find pleasure and success If ho will give himself and his best efforts to It But speaking from my own standpoint I feel sate In say Ing that there are none which carry such responsibilities AS the profession of teaching I will put it more concisely I believe the mission of the teacher is more important thou any other profession save that of the min istry and even the ministry might be Included The painter may bring forth his masterpieces of art the doctor ma boast of the sick ho has restored to health the lawyer with his eloquence and statecraft may stand preeminent In administering justice to the people but of all theso and many other profee lions that might be named not one de velops trains and brings to light the faculties of the human mind as does the work of teaching The teacher stands In loco parentis and wo might say In loco Del That is he stands In the place of the parent and in a sense in place of God The greatest man that ever lived on earth was a teacherJesus Christ the Son of God Then cau you have a greater or nobler ambition than to be an efficient teacher It Is true that there are great re sponsibilities placed upon the teacher Nor is this all when wo look at teaching from the standpoint of the man whose chief aim Is money getting we see nothing encouraging But teacher I claim that the greater the responsibilities and difficulties that go with the work the greater are the pos sibilities in It It may not be the pos slblltty of getting a surplus of money but it will bo the possibility of doing good And teacher that possibility will not be nil It will animate you and increase your power tox do your work whatever it may be But when we see so many going Into the pro fesslon blindly regardless of the results to be attained It makes us pall and grow sick at heart But on the other hand we become more determined to go into our work with renewed courage and with a will to do the work for which real teaching stands We many tlmefc Ignore the fact that much of our greatness as a nation is duo to the teacher We many times fall to heed the fact that the destiny and stability of our nation rests upon that pivot of civilization education the advancement of which depends mainly upon the teacher The world is asking much of the teacher regardless of its returns to him But we should be Inspired and 1 Continued on Eltigth rage i POWERS TRIAL NEAR July 20th is Date for Trial of Caleb Powers Hargls Trial Moves Slow First Panel Dismissed I Hag r Announces S34O Per Capita for Schools Willsons Campaign Plans The trial of Powers has been set for July 29 at Georgetown Wit nesses aro being summoned for both the defense and tho prosecution One Zack Steele of Bell county Is 1o be brought up by the commonwealth and It is claimed that Important tes timony Is expected from him It Is to be hoped that the poor man who has been languishing in jail so long may at last be either acquitted or sentenced in this trial and relloved from the ag ony of uncertainty The trial of Judge Hargis at Sandy Hook is getting on but slowly as yet The trouble seems to be in getting the witnesses to come Into court Out of a possible 100 onlyabout 20 have yet acknowledged service Attach ments have been Issued by order of the judge It is now thought that John Abner will bo tried first though Judge Moody is anxious to get the Hargls trial over In tho meantime Judge Hargis is taking life pretty eas ily going home to Jackson when be likes Little news has been obtained from Sandy look lately because the wires connecting the place with the rest ot the world have been broken down In recent storms The prosecution in the Hargis trial at Sandy Hook succeeded In Laving aU the men who had been summoned- as possible jurymen dismissed on Monday July 15thas they had not btfcn summoned according to law It seems likely that Judge Moody will have to send out of Elliot county before he can get enough jurymen to try the case State Auditor S W Hager has an nounced that the per capita for the schools will be 340 this year This Is better than ever before and is very encouraging to tho teachers who surely deserve better flay The Republican Ste campaign committee held a meeting In Louisville recently to make plans for the coming campaign Mr Willson can Idate for governor will make his first speech at Maysvllle his native town then will go to the eastern part of the state He will make a series ot speeches thru the mountain region Exgovernor Wm 0 Bradley will also be aleader In the campaign work KV r i I 1 veSopoSoeaeotloSo5DeoteouoSoo i Wouldntitbe worth a quar- terS to say thirty words to 0 g five thousand people tell v Ing what you havo to sell itNeotD IVol a pyBEREA StntesI MARGIN 4conservative a o o o o o o o THINGS TO THINK OF Wise and Striking Words of tho Worlds Greatest Thinkers Speak f ors and Writers Be modest but have a mind of your own Dont borrow leave to be Some heads are too fullof self con celt to have room for anything else Tho world Is full of mall and women who think that whatever Is Is wrong and that they were born to set it rightUseful labor saves from gloomy thoughts The problem of evil press es hardest upon unoccupied minds The world usually gives us what wo expect The dog that sneaks about with his tall tucked always gets kickedA can no more be a Christian without facing evil and conquering It than ho can be a soldier without go ipg to battle facing the cannons mouth and encountering the eqemy In the fioldChapin- The world is a looking glass and gives back to every man tho expres sion of his own face Frown at it and it will In turn look sourly upon you laugh at it and with It and it is a jolly kind companion and so lot all young persons take their choice Thackeray I am only one but still I am one i car ot do everything but still L can do something And because I can not do everything I will not refuse to do the something that I calf do- E E Hale One cannot always be a hero but one can always be a man Goethe The best woman has always somewhat of mans strength the noblest man a womans gentleness Cralk What do we live for It it Is not to make life less difficult for each other George Eliot And yet when a strong brain is weighed against a true heart it seems to me like balancing a bubble against a wedge of pure gold Oliver W Holmes Chief Contents of This Number PAGE ONE News of The weekIThe School Editorial Duut DnpUe lie Farm The Foreign Devil by Ida L Brooks Thine to Think Of Kentucky New 1AQE IWO SerialThe louse of n Thonuind Candles The Sunday School LeonITemperance Note PAGE TIIUUE Here and Vicinity Take Notice College Items A Letter from A J Elder IAOK FOUR Comments American People Becoming Innoculnted with Germ of llonenty Ilr Illllli Vltnl Problem to be notvril OscnrStrnuj Olive OH out of Cotton Seed JInJ Jolih M Kentucky Visited by n Tornado Canon Youths Department PAGE FIVE Cnre of Live Stock 11frum Everywhere PAGE SIX The Home Ilecelpt for Blackberry Jam The School Problem of the DUtrlct School by 1rof IMnimore The Form The llobton Idea Continued Latent Market Iteport rAGE SEVEN The llaywoodTrial- Recent State New PAGE EIGHT En teru Kentucky Correspondence On July 29 the Republicans of Louisville will convene for the purpose of nominating a ticket for the city + election this fall The Idea oia fu sloe ticket has been given up and an entire Republican ticket will be named Judson Harmon who was Attorney General of the United States under President Cleveland recently made a speech at Bowling Green in which he took a rather gloomy view of the Federal activity in commercial affairs He thinks the national government should leave more of the work of reg ulating the railroads and such things to the states themselves Ho declares we had better have no constitution than have each new administration Jri terpret it as the officials please The states rights doctrine he says Is not yet entirely dead The circuit court clerk of Frank fort has found that the records of the grand Jury that indicted W S Tay lor Caleb Powers Jim Howard and others have been lost or stolen Sweeping changes were made In the Louisville Police Department by Mayor Bingham on Monday all police captains being reduced to the ranks and other men promoted NItWSPAPTdR LAWS AIT T riwll tab the ppr nrfIUtp Rem lbe leertole eenrta bays deadd thI reNda to take new f Mr u4 rliidlcl from 110 pat eek r raotHn 1 Isvtnttbsmenes1Idfa lr1IlA codo 140 w UTHTUUTAI FUCB THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Alhir I THE MAIN CHANCE ZELDA DAHESON tic topjrlelit ii1o bj Uobb Merrm Us CHAPTER XVI 1 1 Continued It pleased my fancy to follow him and by the time I had studied your diggings here a trlfio things began to happen below It sounded lIko a St Patricks day celebration In an Irish village and I went down at a gallop to see 1C there was any chance of break ing In Have you seen tho room Wellho gave several turns to his right wrist as though to test Itwoall had a Jolly time there by the fireplace Another chap had got In somewhere so there wore two of them Your manI suppose Its your man was defending himself gallantly with a largo thing of brass that looked like the pipes of a grand organand I sailed In with a chair My presence seemed to surprise the attacking party who evidently thought I was you flattering I must say to me You undoubtedly saved Dates life and prevented the rifling of tho house And after you had poured water on hates hos the servant you came up heroThats the way of it Youre a brick Larry Donovan Theres only one of you and now And now John Glenarm wavo got toget down to business or you must As for me after a few hours of your cnllvening society You dont go a step until we go to gether no by the beard of tho prophet Ive a fight on here and Im going to win If I die In the struggle and youve got to stay with me to the end Hut under the will you dare not take a boarder Of courso 1 dare That wills as though It had never been as far as Im concerned My grandfather never ox pected mo to sit hero alone and bo murdered John Marshall Glonarm wasnt a fool exactly No but a trifle queer I should say I dont have to toll you old man that this situation appeals to me Its my kind of a Job It it werent that tho hounds are at my heels Id like to stay with you but you have enough trouble on hands without opening tho house to C an attack by my enemies Stop talking about It I dont propose to be deserted by tho only friend I have In the world when Im up to my byes In trouble Lots go down and get some coffee We found Bates trying to remove tho evidences of tho nights struggle He had fastened a cold pack about his head and limped slightly otherwise he was tho same silent and Inexplica bloDaylight had not Improved the appearance of the room Sovoral bun tired books lay scattered over the floor and the ehelvos that had hold them wore hacked and broken Dates If you can give us coffco1 Let the roam go for the present Yes sir And hates lie paused and Larrys keen eyes were bont sharply upon him Mr Donovan Is a friend who will be with mo for some time Well fix up his room later In the day- Ho limped out Larrys eyes follow ing blm What do you think of that fellow I asked Larrys face wore a puzzled look What do you call htmDatcsT Hes a plucky fellow Larry pocked up from the hearth tho IllS candelabrum with which Dates had defended himself It was badly bent and twisted and Larry grinned Tho follow who went out through the front door probably Isnt feeling very well today Your man was swing jog this thing like a windmill I cant understand It I muttered I cant for the life of mo see why ho should have given battle to the enemy They all belong to Pickering and Dates Is the biggest rascal of the bunch As we ate breakfast I filled in gaps I had left In my hurried narrative with fllltngJsympathy of an old and trusted friend 1 dismissed Dates as soon as possible that we might talk freely Take It up and down and all around what do you think of all this I asked Larry was silent for a moment he was not given to careless speech In personal matters Thoro8 nioro to It than frightening you off or getting your grandfathers money Its my guess theres some thing in this house that somebody Pickering supposedly IB very anxious io findYes I begin to think so Ho could comp In here legally IfJt wore merely A matter of searching for lost assets M4Yos and whatever It Is It must bo well hidden As I remember your gr ndfat or lied In Juno You got a letter call 8 you home In October It was sent out blindly with not one chance a hundred that It would ever reach hioICertainlyYou were a wanderer on the face of the earth nnd thorn wasI nobody In liferica to look after your interests You may be wee that the Vlatxs was thoroughly ransacked while you wore sailing home Ill wager you tho best dinner you over ato that theres more at stake than your grand fathers money Tho situation Is In spiting I grow Interested Im almost persuaded to linger CHAPTER XIX A Triple Alliance Larry refusod to share my quarters and chose a room for himself which Dates fitted up out of the house stores I did not know what Dates might sur mise about Larry but ho accepted my friend In good part as a guest who would remain Indefinitely Ho seemed to Interest Larry whoso eyes followed the man Inquiringly When wo went down Dates was limp ing about the library endeavoring to restore order Dates I said to him you are a very curious person I have had A thousand and ono opinions about you since I camo hero and still I dont make you out He turned from the shelves a defaced volume In his hands Yes sir It was a good deal that way with your lamented grandfather lie always said I puzzled him Larry safe behind the fellows back made no attempt to conceal a smile I wont to thank you for your heroic efforts to protect tho house last night You acted nobly and I must confess Dates that I didnt think It was in you Im only sorry that there are black pages In your record that I cant recon cite with your manly conduct of last night But weve got to come to an understandingYes The most outrageous attacks have been made on mo since 1 came here I Will John Gldnutml You know what I moan well onou a Mr Glenarm never intended that I should sit down In his house and be killed or robbed Ho was the gentlest being that ever lived and Im going to fight for memory and to protect property from the scoundrels who have plotted against me I hope you follow me Yes Mr Glonarm Ho was regarding me attentively His lips qua vI ered from weakness and he seemed distressed and 111 Now I offer you your choice either to stand loyally by me and my grandfathers house or to Join these scoundrels Arthur Pickering has hired to drive mo out Im not going to bribe you1 dont user you a cent your help but I wont have a traitor In tho house and if you dont like me or my terms I want you to go and go now Ho straightened quickly his eyes lighted and tho color crept into his face I had never before seen hint ap pear so like a human being Mr Glenarm you have been hard on mo there have been times when you have been most unjustJ Unjust unfair my God what do you expect me to take from youl Havent 1 known that you were In league with Pickering Im not as dull as I look and after your interview with Pickering m tho chapel porch you cant convice that you were faith ful to my interests at that time Ho started and gazed at me wonder Ingly I had had no intention of using tho chapel porch Interview at time but it leaped out of mo uncon trollablyI sir ho began brokenly that I can hardly persuade you that I meant no wrong on that occasion You certainly can notand Its safer for you not to try But Im will Ing to let all that go as a reward for your work last night Make your choice now stay here and stop your spying or clear out within nn hour lie took a step toward mo the table was between us and ho drew qulto near but stood clear of it erect until there was something soldierly and commanding In his tall figure Dy God I will stand by you John Glnnarm ho said and struck the table smartly with his clinched hand Ho flushed instantlv and I felt the blood mounting Into my own face as thaisorvantwith the sir of respect that his declaration of fealty spoken with so Bin core and vigorous an air of Independ ence and with tho bold emphasis of tho oath that I stood spellbound star ing at him Tho silence was broken by Larry who sprang forward and grasped Dates hand- I too Dales I said feeling ray heart loop with liking even with ad miration for tho real manhood that seemed to transfigure this hireling this follow whoa I had charged with Infamous conduct this servant who had cared for my needs in so humble a spirit of subjection The knocker on the front door sound ed peremptorily and Hates turned without another word and admitted Stoddard who came in hurriedly Merry Christmas he called heartily In tones hardly consonant with the troubled look on his face I Introduced him to Larry and asked him to sit downPray excuse our disorder we didnt do It for fun It was one of Santa Claus tricks Ho stared about wonderingly So you caught It too did you To be sure You dont mean to say that they raided the chapel Thats exactly what I mean to say When I rent Into tho church for my early service I found that tome ono had ripped off the wainscoting In a half a dozen places and even pried up the altar Its tho most outrageous thing I ever know Youve hoard of tho proverbial poverty of tho church mousewhat do you suppose anybody could want to raid a simple little coun try chapel for And more curious yet By God Stand oy You I his his for me this tho church plate was untouchui I though the closet whore Its kept was upset as though the miscreants had looked there for something they didnt findStoddard was greatly disturbed and gaxed about the topwturvy library with growing Indignation We drew together for a council ol war Hero was an opportunity to en list a new recruit on my sld9 and after I had told my story fully and con ducted Larry and Stoddard through tho tunnel tho better to provo that I was not romancing thuy declared their purpose to stand by me to tho end DO matter what that conclusion might be Tho next morning Dates placed a letter postmarked Cincinnati at my plato I opened and read it aloud to Larry On Board the Hetotte December 25 1SOL John djcnarm ESQ Olennrm Houio- Annandalo Vabana Co InJIcnal Dear SirI have lust learned fron what 1 believe to te a trustworthy source that you have already violated the terms of the agreement under which you entered Into residence on the prop ertjr near Aimandale known ai CHenarnt House The provision of the will of John Marshall Glenarm aro plain and unequivocal as you undoubtedly under stood when you accepted them and yo ti absence not only from the estate Itself but from Wabana county violate be yond question your right to Inherit I as executor therefore demand that you at once vacate laid property fear- Ing It In as good condition as when rn ccived by you Very truly yours Arthur Ilcksrlng Executor of the Estate of John llarshoj IOIenarm truly the devils growler Larry snapping his cigarette cat viciouslyHow did ho find out I asked lamo ly but my heart sank like lead Had Marian Doyeroux told him I How else could Uo know- Probably from the starstho wholt universe undoubtedly saw you sklf ping off to meet your lady love Baty these womenrTO UE CONTINUED YAIIOI A woman always gets the tt1a JJWYesPoit I tf ITHE GOLDEN CALF Sunday School lesson lor Jaly231907 SpecUiljr Pitp fed lor Ttli Paper LESSON TEXTExodus Ml8 JM5 Memory vro 34 3- 5OOIDrN TKXTIJtll children kpyoursolvrs from idols1 Joint 2L- TIMK Sometlme In July It C 1O1 aerordlnK to the common chronology toward the close of Moses forty days on Mount Sinai six or seven wehs after the giving of the law PLACB The people aro still encamped Wore Mount Sinai In the Valley of Er Rahah SCnUTUnE nEFEIlENCIiS Warn- Ings ncnlnst modern Idolatry Honi ldl X 1 Cor 610 1014 MS 1 John batIlev tiS- Comment and Suggestive Thought After tho commandments had been given by God through Moses and the covenant assented to by tho people Moses again wont up Into tho mount to obtain tho commandments In more permanent form written on tablets of stone and to receive further Instruc lions and also to be prepared by his Intimate communion with God for his long and difficult work of forming the people into a nation that could dwell In the promised land livery quality of mind and of spirit was to bo taxed to tho utmost Every mfnlstor every teacher every believer needs says Joseph Parker periods of solltudo and communing with God away from the fray tho battle tho race but re retying nourishment nutriment In spiration comfort and oven words by which to express tho divine thought And coming back from tho mountain of contemplation ho touches life with a steadier hand and does his duty with a completer obedlonco and more radiant cheerfulness- V 1 Saw that Moses delayed lie was gone 40 days Ex 3518 al most seven weeks It the weok with the leaders In the lower parts of tho mountain Is to be added ax 916 The absence of Moses was a time of testing both the leaden and tho peo ple They had lust taken the oath of allegiance to God and unanimously promised to obey him V I Up make us gods or a sod which shall go before us and bo our leader They could not see God and they wanted some visible expression of God They had several manifesto tlons of lodthe pillar of cloud and fire tho glory on the mountain and the dolly manna bat even thoM be came so common that they did not make them realize the presence of God They bad just come from tho land of idols heathen god everywhere All tim gods ooflM be seen The attractions of Idolatry were of no mesa power They ware familiar with the way In which Ike idols of tho heathen were worshiped with feasting and rioting and unrestrained licea tiousnMS In marked contrast with the parity and selfcontrol required by Jehovah V ti And when Aaron saw It this Saw In whet Itaht the people viewed the Image lie built an altar before It and wlcj tomorrow Is a toast to the Lord God was still to bo worshiped but under tho form of a calf Probably Aaron thought he was vary shrewd lp thus saving for God what ho orald of honor and ravorenac So Jehu boasted of Ills zeal for the Lord of hosts while ho was worship- Ing the Kings 10 10 19IV 7 Go get thee down Moses In the thick aloud which covered tho top of Sinai could not MO or hoar what was going on below nut It was no time for him to remain apart oven In com munlon with God there was work to do below which his mountaintop ex perience fitted hint to do 80 the three disciples who viewed tho Transfigura lion woor not allowed to remain on tho Noun but wore soot down to their dally work where tho others wore In vain trying to euro a demoncon trolled boy To tost him God offered to destroy tho nation and iriako Moses tho second Abraham of a now and viator people Moses stood the test rejected the tempting offer and urged upon God three pleas for mircy Moses hastened down Its mountainside with Joshua who bAd been waiting for him Soon they cawo In sight of the reborn inable Idol and tho frenzied worship ers dancing half naked around It Probably theta was a power not only in his soul but in his appearance some gleams of that glory described In Ex 3435 The breaking of tho tables of tho covenant was enough to cause tho stoutest heart to fear Moses then burned tho golden calf and ground It to powder It U almost Impossible to pulverize puro gold but tho act was mode easily possible probably by alloys present In tho Jewelry from which the idol had been made Patterson Du Dols Then Moses put the question Who Is on tho Lords sldo Who will stand for the right whatever their past mistakes whoever else may re fuse Prawtlcal Points Tho consequences of loving anything more than we lovo God are deadly Tho character deteriorates the conscience destroys pence the allure menttt and attractions fade Into horrors plagues come wo fall of Gods guidance the idol Is destroyed and nothing takes Its place rho soul Is like a curious clamber with elastic wall which can bo ex panded with God aa 1U guest Illmlt Ably but which without God shrinks ami shrivels untU every voMgo of tho llylno is Itonellenry Drummoad fat Natural Law HO CHARGE FOR I- TTThe Laundry Man Gives the Bachelor Man a Little Lesson In Nerve Whim I came to open my bundle of stuff sent homo from the laundry this morning said the bachelor man I found In It sent book washed but not ironed ono shirt that had pinned to It a ticket reading like this Wo are returning this shirt qn ac count of It not being In a condition to withstand ironing This was a now one to me but when I came to open up the shirt and looked It over I didnt wonder that they hadnt tried to Iron Its ono arm was all but torn front Its socket and there was a hole punched through ono cult with a tear extending from this hole for an inch or two up tho sleeve Tho shirt was sure not In condition for Ironing but how did It got so I certainly never sent It to tho laundry In that shape Id have hail hard work tearing the sleeve out of tho shoulder tho way this ono was torn and I couldnt have made that hole In the xuff without some sort of a sharp nail big punch Clearly the shirt had been torn and mangled In that manner by being caught In the laundry machinery and so I wrapped It up In a neat little bundle and took It over to tho laundry office Intending to mako it claim for tho value of It I spread tho shirt out on the counter and called tho clerks attention to It and told him that I couldnt have torn the shirt in that manner It must have bean done In the laundry and how about ItT Well says the clerk wo made no charge for If- As the full slgnlfloanec of this came upon mo they had torn my shirt all to pieces but they didnt make any charge for ittI staggered back and I kept on staggering that way until I had got out of the door- I shall never make any further claim for the shirt I got back far more than its value In that bacon In clear cold none Another Nature Fake In 18S4 says hoary H Warner t met Mr Joseph Mulhattoa a Journal lit of wldo repute and went with him to South Africa where we studied tho habits of Boers and other wild ani male for two yoara Among other things we took with M a pocket piano OH which Mr Muthatton used to make benutlful music to the great dlslroM of our dog whlek howled solos at every perfennnseo We cap tared n monkey an nnthropoldean quadruiMBOu mammal with prehis torte feet and n long tall well known to the natives We trained Mm to wait OR tho table and perform other domestic service One day Mr Mul batten got out his piano and WAS about to pMy Give My Ilegarde to Hroadway wMeb bad not then been written when the monkey stepped up gravely nttehed bite aside sal picked the tune out hIt with both heed both fee and his nose He played rang times for w hat always labored under the disadvantages of not being able to stretch an octave N Y Sun Wife Boat Two fishermen named Smith living near each other had met jrlth mlsfer tUBe the one having loet his wife and the other his boat A lady visitor called on the one who had lost isle boat thinking t was the Ill who bad lost lilt wife Good morning jfr Smith I am sorry to hoar of your sad loss Oh It aint much matter mum SRO xrarnt up to much Donr me you dont my se Aye she was n rickety old crock When I wont out with her I was al ways in danger of my life Indeed I offerod hpr to my mate only last week but ho wouldnt have her I hqvo had my oyo on another for some time now But the old lady could stand no moro of tho old mans denunciations of tbo weaker sex and hurriedly took her departure London Tldlllts Missouri Mystery Cleared Up Thousands of hogs In soulhoait Missouri aro fattening on a crop that was planted 17 years agoJ crop of 17year locusts Since early spring tho hogs of the farmers In this section have been gilt big fat on something they found In tho woods and each farmer secretly wondered whoso corn crib his pigs hail found for they camo homo each night not squealing for their food but only to sleep and every day they brought homo a layer of bacon and lard added to their onco lean and hungry bodies Tho rail splitters of South Mis souri and Arkansas were fast being turned into prize Berkshire and Poland by what or whom tho farmer did not know until a tow days ago when tho wood were filled with tho song of the 17year locusts Kansas City Journal Its Particular Effect The leader of fashion was strick en with pneumonia Madam bald the doctor your lownecked dress U responsible for thisI knew that costumo would bo of cctlvc murmured tHe patient weakly but with a satisfied smile What He Feared Miss Passay asked Charlie Dunno It I had any engagement Thursday night And Charlie without thinking iahllto was sure Ilindnt What do you fear I feel almost certain antinvite me to one of those whero they tiny alleged v ABSINTHE DRINKING Attempts to Stem Curse of the French Nation Abslnthodrlnklng hiss frequently been characterized as the curse of modern Franca Absinthe which Is distilled from alcohol In which worn wood loaves have boon crushed la n peculiarly destructive drink Its of feels are so much worse than those of any other alcoholic beverage that a commission was appointed some time ago to recommend some way of cheek ing tho ravages of The habit Tho committee has recommended that tho manufacture of absinthe shall cease In a year and that alter two years Its sale shall bo forbidden This report has been adopted by the committee on hygiene of tho chamber of depu ties and retorted to the ohambor It does not yet appear whether the tui lion Is sufncloiitly roused to the evil to make certain the passage of tho necessary law Tho absinthe habit has n curious origin Tho French soldiers In Algiers during the war of 18447 were advised to mix wormwood with their wino to prevent or cure tho fevers to which they wore liable la northern Africa On their return to Franco they continued to put the wormwood In their wino and Introduced tho drink to their friends and soon the distillers put on tho market what U now known as ablntho with the bitter taste of the wormwood dU gulacd by anise DEVIL AN EXPENSIVE MASTI Cost of Crime and Us Cure In the United States Compared H1IRItIk1tThe chaplain of the Prison society of New York nOT John J Monrn MM compiled sore t astonishing figure as to the cost of crime In the United Mmes sad pub Babes UHMU In Harpers Weekly Ho calculates that In the whole country the total annual expense of maintain lag police forces crlmteal ecru sail prisons to enprextmetely ITMeMOM The yearly toss oeeMtoeed by crimes MAlMt property appears to be above ltM900OM If to this Is added the toM of wages stdhrsd by person one fined In prison the greed total of crime east every year In America wo M reeh the uteyndoes tea of- iiosooe000 WMleh to a tx ef more than one per e nt upon the ax jiwgMte wealth of the MtUon Con tasted with rids all the Total nntIlive agencies in the country including churches schools hospitals sad htt maoltariaa MNdsl work con PMM a year From the haJcalculating material standpoint omy would appear to demand a rIoutlay for reJIgtoiM and soclntas4eal reform work IB order to abridge UOa crime waste Manufacturers and the Drink Evil Aa added evidence of the handel fa- guce of driak go BiRutacturtni In tereels has recently been gives la a t protest from tho glass maeufsetu ln of Alexandria Ind against drinking- resorts In the neighborhood or their plants Two enterprises fttvtng em ployment te more than 1000 people and ropreeocttliip the Industrial mainestart Of the city have notified the council that they will make no further 4 extensions or Improvements unless the saloons aro taken totally out of the tao j tory district and tholr territory lint ited strictly to Ute business portion of the city ThreeSIgnlflcant Statements Dr MoAdam Heclefl n London pkytil clan nplod for his wide life assurance experience lays down till three sug gestive propositions 1 Prom the universal experience of OHUrnnee of flees the excessive uses of alcohol un doubtedly shortens life 2 An In creating number of statistics over an Increasing number of years phow that even a moderate amount of alcohol habitually taken tends to shorten life 3 Total abstainers show a distinctly greater longevity than any other class of tho community PostponeTheire ConventionS The Christian Endoavorers aro no lively planning for a great assembly at Sonttlo In July but the board of control of the Epworth league has Just decided that It would bo better not to try to hold tho convention of their societies which would In the rog ular order fall this year The vote of tho board Is to hold national con ventlons quadrennially hereafter therefore the leagues next gathering will occur In 1909 Total Abstinence In Denmark In Denmark there aro at present 14 total abstinence associations rep resenting a membership of 122307 persons The growth of tho temperance sentiment throughout tho land Is shown In tho Increase of 21757 mom hors in thcso societies during the past two years No less than 38881 members aro enrolled In ono of tho orders alone Drink In the United States Recent statistics show that the tso of wlno and spirits In tho United States IB on tho decrease whllo bqcr Is becoming morq popular There are tower retail liquor dealers now than IhoYd WerO Tear ago while tho num ber of places where boor Is sold U Increasing rapidly PgICwsPAPitlli LAWS Arlvnoe wit tale the Hftt riolttly torn the tme r Ib dlrtcttd Ie hll Dom of ehtb- tiI a ubwtlbr er not If rrtiMitf Ibl tec the r- jh mvu hire dwdd that r UEa u J nfe remfoteaII lVTMT10Ill Faa 1l THE HOUSE OF A THOUSANDCANDLES Dy MEREDITH NICHOLSON eatbr1TlE MAIN CHANCE ZELDA DAHEKON Elc lopjrlglit tall DI BobtnMtnlll Co CHAPTER XVIII Continued It pleased my fancy to follow him and by the time I had studied your diggings here a trifle things began to happen below It sounded like a St Patricks day celebration in an Irish village and I wont down at a gallop to seo If there was any chance of break Ing In Have you seen tho roo- mVellhe gave several turns to his right wrist as though to test ILwo- all had a jolly time there by the fire place Another chap had got in somewhere so there wore two of them Your manI suppose its your man was defending himself gallantly with a largo thing of brass that looked like the pipes of a grand organand I sailed in with a chair My presence seemed to surprise the attacking party who evidently thought I was you flattering I must say to me You undoubtedly saved Dates life and prevented the rifling of the house And after you bah poured water on Hates hes the servant you came up herc Thats the way of It Youre a brick Larry Donovan Theres only one of you and now And now John Glenarm weve got to get down to business or you must As for me after a few hours of your enllvening society You dont go a step until we go tt gethor no by the beard of the prophet Ive a fight on here and Im going to win If I duo In the struggle and youve got to stay with me to the endBut under the will you dare not take a boarder Of course I dare That wills as though it had never boon as far as Im concerned My grandfather never ox pooled mo to sit hero alone and be murdered John Marshall Glouarr wasnt a fool exactly No but a trifle queer I should say I dont have to tell you old man that this situation appeals to me Its my kind of a Job If it werent that the hounds are at my heels Id like to stay with you but you have enough trouble on hands without opening the house to an attack by my enemies Stop talking about It I dont pro pose to be deserted by tho only friend I have In the world when Im up to my oyes in trouble Lots go down and get some coffee We found Dates trying to remove the evidences of the nights struggle Ho had fastened a cold pack about his head and limped slightly otherwIse he was tho same silent and Inexpllca bleDaylight had not Improved the appearance of tho room Sovoral hun slred books lay scattered over the floor and the shelves that had held thom were hacked and broken Hates if you can give us cotfcc1 Let the roam go for the present Yes sir And Dates Ho paused and Larrys keen eyes were bent sharply upon him Mr Donovan Is a friend who will be with mo for some time Woll fix up his room later in the day He llmpud cut Larrys eyes follow Ing him What do you think of that fellow I asked Larrys face woro a puzzled look What do you call him Dales Hoe a plucky fellow Larry picked np from the hearth the big candelabrum with which Bates had defended himself It was badly bent and twisted and Larry grinned The follow who went out through the front door probably Isnt feeling very well today Your man was swing ing this thing like a windmill I cant understand it I muttered I cant for the life of me see why he should have given battle to the enemy They all belong to Pickering and Bates Is the biggest rascal of the tiunehIAs we ate breakfast I filled In gaps I had left in my hurried narrative with relief that I can not describe filling thy heart as I leaned again upon tho sympathy of an old and trusted friend 1 dismissed Bates as soon as posslblo that we might talk freely Take it up and down and all around what do you think of all this I asked Larry was silent for a moment ha WitS not given to careless speech In personal matters Theres moro to it than frightening you off or getting your grandfathers money Its my guess theres some thing in this house that somebody Pickering supposedly Is very anxious 4o fln- dvYes 1 begin to think so Ho could come hors legally IfJt were merely a matter of searching for lost assets rYea and whatever It Is It must be well hidden As I remember your grandfather died in Juno You got a letter calling you homo in October- It was sent out blindly with not one chan lQ1a hundred that It would meCertainlyYou were a wanderer on the face pf the earth and there was nobody In America to look after your Interests You may be pure that the place was thoroughly ransacked while you woro sailing home Ill wager you tho beet dlnnor you over ate that theres more at stnHo than your grand fathers money Tho situation Is in spiring I grow interested Im almost persuaded to linger CHAPTER XIX A Triple Alliance Larry refused to share my quarters and chose a room for himself which Bates fitted up out of tho house stores I did not know what Bates might sur mise about Larry but he accepted my friend in good part as a guest who would remain Indefinitely Ho seemed to interest Larry whose eyes followed tho man Inquiringly When wo went down Bates was limp- Ing about tho library endeavoring to restore tinier Dates I said to him you are a very curious person I have had a thousand and one opinions about you since I camo here and still I dont make you out He turned from the shelves a de faced volume in his hands Yes sir It was a good deal that way with your lamented grandfather He always said I puzzled him Larry safe behind tho fellows back made no attempt to conceal a smile I wtfnt to thank you for your heroic efforts to protect tho house last night You acted nobly and I must confess Dates that I didnt think It was In you Im only sorry that there aro black pages In your record that I cant recon cile with your manly conduct of last night But weve got to come to an understandingYes The most outrageous attacks have been made on mo since I camo hero God You Glanstml You know what I moan well enough Mr Glonarm never intended that should sit down In his house and be killed or robbed Ho was the gentlest being that over lived and Im going to fight for his memory and to protect his property from the scoundrels who havo plotted against me I hope you follow me Yes Mr Glenarm Ho Was re garding me attentively His lips quavered tram weakness and ho seemed distressed and Ill Now I offer you your choice either to stand loyally by mo and my grandfathers house or to Join these scoundrels Arthur Pickering has hired to drive mo out Im not going to bribe youI dont offer you a cent for your help but wont a traitor In tho house and if you dont like roe or my terms I want you to go and go now Ho straightened quickly bis eyes lighted and tho color crept Into his lace I had never before seen him appear so like a human being Mr Glenarm you have been hard on moo there have been times when you havo been most unJustJ Unjust unfair my God what do you expect mo to take from youl Havent known that you were In league with Pickering Im not as dull as I look and after your interview with Pickering in the chapel porch you cant convlco me that you were faithful to my Interests at that time Ho started and gazed at mo wonder Ingly I had had no intention of using the chapel porch interview at this time but It leaped out of mo uncon trollably suppose sir ho began brokenly that I can hardly persuade you that I meant no wrong on that occasion You certainly can notlInd Its safer for you not to try But Im will lug to let all that go as a reward for your work last night Make your choice now stay hero and stop your spying or clear out within an hour He took a step toward me tho table was between us and bo drew quito near but stood clear of It erect until there was something soldierly and commanding in his tall figure By God I will stand by you Olenarm ho said and struck the table smartly with his clinched band Ho flushed Instantly and I felt tho blood mounting Into my own face as we gazed at each other ho Dates tba servant and I his master Ho had al ways addressed mo so punctiliously with tho sir of respect that his dec laratlon of fealty spoken with so sin core and vigorous an air of Independence and with tho bold emphasis of the oath that I stood spellbound star- Ing at him The silence was broken by Larry who sprang forward and grasped Hates hand I too Bates I said fooling rqy heart leap with liking oven with ad miration for tho real manhood that seemed to transfigure this hireling this follow whom I had charged with infamous conduct this servant who had cared for my needs In so humblo a spirit of subjection Tho knocker on the front door sound ed peremptorily and Bates turned without another word and admitted Stoddard who came In hurriedly Merry Christmas he called heart ily In tones hardly consonant with the troubled look on his face I Introduced him to Larry and asked him to sit downPray excuse our disorder we didnt do It for fun It was one of Santa Claus tncks Ho stared about wonderingly So you caught It too did you To bo sure You dont mean to say that they raided tho chapel Thats exactly what I mean to say Whe I pent Into tho church for my early service I found that some one had ripped off the wainscoting In n half a dozen places and oven pried up the altar Its tho most outrageous thing I over know Youve heard oi the proverbial poverty of tho church mousewhat do you suppose anybody could want to raid a simple little coun try chapel forT And more curious yet I By I Will Stand oy John 1 I have 1 I John I tho church plate was untouched though the olosot whore Its kept was upset as though the miscreants had looked there for something they dfdnl findStoddard was greatly disturbed and gazed about tho topsyturvy library wfth growing Indignation Wo drew together for a council of war Here was an opportunity to en list a new recruit on my side and after I bad told my story fully and con ducted Larry and Stoddnrd through tho tunnel the better to Provo that I was not romancing thuy declared tbolr puposo to stand by me to the end nn matter what that conclusion might be The next morning Bates placed a letter postmarked Cincinnati at my plate I opened and read it aloud to Larry On Hoard the Hololie- December K 1901 John djenarm Esq Glenarm Houso- Annandnlo Wabana Co Indlnal Dear SirI have Jut learned Iron what I believe to fro a trustworthy source that you have already violated the terms of the agreement under which you entered Into residence on the property near Aimandale known ai ai narm house The provision of the will ot John Marihall Glenarm are plain and unequivocal as you undoubtedly understood when you accepted them and rout absence not only from the estate Itself but from Wabana county vlolattt be yond question your right to Inherit- I an executor therefore demand thM lenYIcclved by you Very truly yours Arthur Pickering Executor or the Estate of John Marshall Glenarm Very truly the devils growlft Larry snapping his cigarette cats viciouslyHow dirt ho find ouU I naked Jamu ly but my heart sank like lead Had Marian Doyoreiix told him How eln could ho know- Probably from the tarstho whae universe undoubtedly saw you skIt ping off to meet your lady love Baba these womenTO CONTINUED Alto the WonteA wpmaii always gets thebe tft1 a man In on argument i Yes and In a marriage Foui4f PostJ yN THEGOLDENCALF Sunday School Lesson lorJuly28 1907- Cpcclt Prepared for Tills Piper LKSSON TEXTExodus K1S aMemory verses 31 36 OOIDKN TKXTLlttle children keep yourarlvei from Idols1 John 14- 1TlMRSometlme In July U C U11 according to the common chronology toward the close of Moses forty days on Mount Sinai six or seven weeks after the giving of the law- PLACWThe people are itlll encamped before Mount SinaI In the Valley of Er TUhah SCRIPTURE nBFErtBNCKS Warnings QBulnst modern Idolatry nom 121 ffl 1 Cor 610 1014 JOS 1 John 511 Rev 818- Comment and Suggestive Thought After tho commandments had been given by God through Moses and the covenant assented to by tho people Moses again went up into tho mount to obtain tho commandments In moro permanent form written on tablets of stone and to receive further Instruc tions and also to be prepared by his Intimate communion with God for his long and difficult work of forming the people Into a nation that could dwell In the promised land Every quality of mind and of spirit was to bo taxed to tho utmost Every minister every teacher every believer needs says Joseph Parker periods of solitude and communing with God away from the fray tho battle tho race but re retying nourishment nutriment In spiratlon comfort and even words by which to express tho divine thought And coming back from the mountain of contemplation ho touches life with a steadier hand and does his duty with a completer obedience and moro radiant cheorfulnoss V 1 Saw that Moses delayed He was gone 40 days Ex 3618 al most seven weeks If the week with tho leaders In tho lower parts of the mountain la to be added Kx 240 1C The absence of Moses was A time of testing both tho leaders and the people They had Just taken the oath of allegiance to God and unanImously promised to obey him V 1 Up make us gods or a god which shall go before us and bo our loader Tkey could not see God and thoy wanted some vtslWa expression of God Thoy had several inaBlfesU lions of GolIthe pillar of cloud and fire the glory on the mountain and the dally manna bet even these became w common that they did not make them reatlie Ute proeenco of God They bad Jwet eotae from the land of idols heathen gods every where All these lOde ooHltl bo seen The attractions of Idolatry were of no mean power Tilejr were familiar with the way In which tile Idols of 010 heathen were worshiped with Mating and rioting and unrestrained Ilea tlousnees IB marked contrast with the purity and selfcontrol required by Jehovah V t And whoa Aaron saw It thte Saw In whist light UM pea pIe viewed the Image II twin an altar boforo It and said tetao row Is a fIt to the Lord God was still to be worshiped but under the forn of a calf Probably Aaron thought he was very ahrewjj ip thus saving for God what ho could of honor and reverence So Jku boasted of bis zeal for the Lord of hosts while ho was worship ing tho golden calvfes bt Jeroboam t Kings 1016 29 I V 7 The Lord said unto Motel Go get thee down Moses in the thick aloud which covered tho top of SinaI could not ceo or hoar what was going on below But It way no time for him to remain apart oven In com munlon with God there was work to do bolow which his mountaintop ox pcrlenco fitted him to do So the three dleclplws who viewed the Transfigure tlon woor not allowed to remain on the Mount but woro soot down to tholr dally work where tho others wore In vain trying to euro a demoncon trolled boy To test him God offered to destroy the nation and niako Moses the second Abraham of a now and vroater people Moses stood the test rejected the tempting offer and urged upon God three pleas for mercy Moses hasten nd down tie mountainside with Joshua who tad been waiting for hIm soon they caiuo in sight of tho about finable Idol and the frenzied worship era dancing half naked around It Probably theta was a power not only In his soul but in his appearance some gleams of that glory described In Ex 3435 The breaking of the tables of the covenant was enough to cause the stoutest heart to fear Moses then burned the golden calf and ground It to powder It Is almost impossible to pulverize pure gold but tho act was mndo easily possible probably by alloys present in tho Jewelry from which tho Idol had been made Patterson Du Bois Then Moses put the question Who Is on tho Lords aide Who will stand for the right whatever their past mistakes whoover else may refuse Practical Points Tho consequences of loving anything more than we love God are deadly The character deteriorates the conscience destroys peace the allurements and attractions facto Into her ors plagues come wo fall cf Gods guidance the Idol is destroyed and lotlllng takes its place The soul Is like a curious cHamber vih elastic wally which can ho ex landed with God as Its guest UHmlt Jfly but which without God shrinks and shrivels until every vestige of tho ifvino is gonellenry Drumtaond hi Natural Law NO CHARGE FOR IT The Laundry Man Gives the Bachelo Man a Little Lesson In Nerve When I came to open tily bundl of stuff sent home from the laundry this morning said the bachelor man I found in It sent book washed but not Ironed ono shirt that had pinned to It a ticket rending like this Wo are returning this shirt fin no count of It not being In a condition to withstand Ironing This was a new one to but when I camo to open up the shirt and looked It over I didnt wonder that they hadnt tried to Iron itt ono nun was all but torn from Its socket and there was a hole punched through ono cuff with a tear extending from this hole for an Inch or two up tho sleeve Tho shirt was sure not In condition for Ironing but how did It got loT I certainly never sent it to the laundry In that shape Id have hall hard work tearing the sleeve out of tho shoulder tho way this ono was torn and I couldnt have made that hole In the Ruff without some sort of a sharp and big punch Clearly the shirt had boon torn and mangled In that manner by being caught In the laundry machinery and so I wrapped- It up In a neat little bundle and tool It ovor to tho laundry office intending to make a claim for the value of It I spread tho shirt out on tho counter and called tho clerks attention to It and told him that I couldnt have torn tho shirt In that manner It must have been done In tho laundry and how about it- 1Voll says the clerk wo made no charge for IfAs the full significance Of this camo upon methey had torn my shirt all to pieces but they dldnt make any charge for ItI staggered back and I kept on staggering that way until I had got out of tho door- I shall never make any further claim for tho shirt I got back far more than Its value In that lesson In clear cold nerve Another Nature Fake In 1SS4 says Henry Ii Warner I mot Mr Joseph Mulhatton a journal lit of wide repute and went with him to South Africa whore wo studied the habits of Boers and ether wild ant mils for two years Among other things we took with Ifl a pocket piano on whlh Mr Mullmtton used to make beautiful meek to tie great distress of our dog which howled solos at every perfornwMc We captured a monkey an antbropoldoar quftdramuMMM mmma with prehls tome ft awl a long tall well known to the natives We trained him to wait on the table and perform other domMtlo sendee One day Mr Mul batten got oat his piano and was shoot to play Give My Regards to Broadway which had Mt then been written whoa tile monky stepped HP gravely ptwfced him aside and pleketl the Was mil klMMlf with both hands bath feet and Mi nose lie played zany liaise for ua but always labored under tie disadvantages of not being able to stretch an octave N Y Sun Wife Boat Two flakermea named Smith living near eac i other bad met jrllh misfortune tho one having lost hit wife and the othor his boat A lady visitor called on tho one who bad lost his boat thinking twas who bad Igtt bit wife Good morning Mr Smith I am sorry to I hoar of your sad Una- Oh it aint much matter mum She ivrnl tip to much Dear roe you dont say so HAye she was a rickety old crook When I wont out with her 1 WM aim ways In danger of my life Indeed I offered her to niT mnto only last week but he wouldnt have her I hero had my oyo on another for seine time now But tho old lady could stand no more of tho old mans denunciations of tho weaker sex and hurriedly took hot departure tondon Tld Bite Missouri Mystery Cleared Up Thousands of hogs In southeast Missouri are fattening on a crop that wits planted 17 years gOA crop of 17 year locusts Since early spring tho hog of the farmers in this section havo been g ting fat on something they found in the woods and each farmer secretly wondered whose corn crib his pigs had found for they came homo each night not squealing for their food but only to sleep and every day they brought home a layer of bacon and lard added to their onco lean and hungry bodies Tho rail splitters of South Mis sourl and Arkansas wore last being turned Into prize Borkshlrcs and Polands by what or whom the farmer did not know until a few days ago when tho woods were filled with tho song of tho 17year locusts Kansas City JournalIts Particular Effect The leader of fashion was strick en with pneumonia Madam Jlaldtho doctor your lownecked dress Is responsible for this 1 knew thnt costume would bo ef fective murmured the patient weak ly but with a satisfied smile What yc Feared Miss Paaaay asked Charlie Dunno If I had any engagement Thursday night And Charlie without thinking said ho was sure Ihadnt any What do you fearI feel almost certain isTio meant to Invite me to one of thoeecard parties where they slay alleged bridge p VV ABSINTHE DRINKING Attempts to Stem Curse of the French Nation- Absinthedrinking has frcquuntly been characterized as the curse of modern Prance Absinthe whloh Is distilled from in which worm wood loaves have been crushed IH n peculiarly destructive drink Its ef feels lire so much worse than those of any othor alcoholic bovorano thnt a commlanlon was appointed some time ago to recommend some way of chock ing the ravages of tho habit Tho + committee has recommended that tho manufacture of abnlntho shall cease In a year and that after two yearn Its sale shall bo forbidden This report has boon adopted by the committee on hyfilono of the chamber of depu ties and retorted to the chamber It does not yet appear whether the AIILion Is sufficiently roused to the vll to make certain the passage of the necessary law The absinthe habit has a curious origin The French solder In Algiers during the war of 18147 were advised to mix wormwood with tholr wino to prevent or cure the fevers to which they woro liable In northern Africa On their return to Franco they continued to put the wormwood In their wino and Introduced the drink to their friends and sown the dlttlllora put on the market what is now known as absinthe with the bitter taMe of the wormwood dis guised by anise DEVIL AN EXPENSIVE MAST t I Cost of Crime and IU Cure In the I 1Iastonishing figures as to the coat of crlin InCIte Unlknl states cad Plbo Bikes Uwm In Harpers Weekly Ho calculates that In the whole country the total sftniMl expense of Maintain lag police forces crimtaal rourU sad prltoo Is ftppnurlMMtcfr S1090IThe yearly loss eeeato4Nl by cruses agatMt property appears to lie above llef4WO09e If to Skis Is added toe low of wages wiy red by poraona COB Heed In prows the grand hU of crime eat every year In America would reach Ute siupemkHi sea of flmMO909 whisk Is a tax of wore than ose per soot upon the as regale wealth of the naUoo Con treated with this all the IDOL al raItin agencies In Ue country Including churckea school hospitals cud kwmmaaltariaH social work wee only i f44090ee09 R year Prom tho Bros- tcakalsUag I material standpoint sew f umy would appear to demand a larger outlay for reHgwna and eaci MfUal reform work Ira order to abridge tktt crime waste Manufacturers and the Drink Evil An added evidence of the baneful in queues ut drink 9K tuinufacturtug in terftxts leas recently been given la a 1 protest from the glass tnanufacte in of Alexandria 1m against drloklas reeorta In the neighbor hood of their plants Two enterprises giving em rleymout to more times 1000 peple and roproteatlng the industrial mainestay Of the city have notified tM council that they will make no further ejtenilOBaor improvements unless saloons are taken totally ml of the tlIejlory district and their territory ited strictly to tho business jtertkm 01 the city ThreeSlgnlflcant Statements Dr MoAdnm Kcclcs a London pkysl clan nptod for his wide life aeeuranca exporlonoe lays down the three sug gestive propositions 1 Prom the universal experience of aseuranra of fleas the excessive uad of alcohol UQ doubtedly shortens life 2 An increasing number of statistic over an Increasing number of years show that even a moderate amount of alcohol habitually taken tends to shorten life 3 Total abstainers show a distinctly greater longevity than any other class of the community Postpone Their Convention The Christian Kndoavorers are no lively planning for a great assembly at Seattle In July but tho board of control of the Epworth tongue has just decided that It would bo bettor not to try to hold tho convention orItheir societies which would In tho reg ular order fall this year Tho vote of tho board Is to hold national con ventlons quadrennlnlly hereafter therefore tho leagues next gathorln will occur in 1909 Total Abstinence In Denmark In Denmark there aro at present 14 total abstinence associations representing a membership of 122207 per sons Tho growth of the temperance sentiment throughout tho land la shown in the Increase of 21757 mom born In these societies durlus tho past two years No less than 33831 members nro enrolled In one of tho orders alone Drink In the United States Recent statistics show that tho tiso of wIno and splrlu In tho United States Is on the decrease white blJr 10 becoming more popular There are fewer retail liquor dealers now than lkoriiworbeAP ago while tho riiim her of places where bear Is sold Is Increasing rapidly BROWN SEAL CHOCOLATESMade ARE GREAT TRY THEM POUNDS 50 Cents HALVES 25 Cents The Porter Drug Co iNconroiUTEn oso o ososo osoeoeoso osososososososoeososososososoo ierea and Vicinity i eo0a GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCESs 0 o ososasososososososososososQgg uuuuuwwww- Mr Lawrence J holly of Princeton t Yxavehlty lectured at the Dleolpl Sunday evening In tho Interest of tho Student Volunteer Mil MtOBBry movement Mr Kelly la n native of Harlan county Ky and woe formerly a itudent ot Kentucky tnlyentltl Minn Etta Gay was the gueet ot her stater Mrs Pearl Kltehen In Oor LID Ky last week The Berea PuWIe School will begin i Monday July 21 A large attendance Is expected I Mr J K Baker was In town last v ekMss LeeV Hayes ot Dig Hill was In tows Saturday on baslneM Caytj 1 Mm Freiik HnisandtlaoRktersnes sad Grace were In RtahiMm NtI Tveo J y- Frank Mvetigood is spending a few weeks with friends In the North J C Powell of Kingston WM In Be rea on buelneM one day list week SI lea Onto CariMiliM left let week for an extended visit with MM 0 T Spencer at Cumberland Oap Tenn Mm Lou Trultt was shopping In RlefcmoHd last Wedaasday Dr Frank Brady formerly of Kings ton left Saturday for New Mexleo whore he goes to Improve hit health ulnae coming to Uerrn Dr Brady has I made many friend who regret lilt departure Mrs llrady and batty will renaln In heron until fan J Ourdetto and family have boer enjoying tome of the hot days at their summer horns on the mountain Mrs 8 R Baker hue recently added A 5 and 10 tent department to her stock ot goods Call and see the many ImrealtiH Richmond street If you expect to build you will fcnro limo and monoy by seeing ino Oorrtwpoudonct solicited Jua M Early Jr Boron Ky Practical Draftsman Houses and Gardens for Rent Onllon G D Holiidny nt the K Boron Bank and Trust Company iG I My Hair Ran Away Dont have a falling out with your hair It might leave you I Then what That would mean thin scraggly uneven rough hair Keep your hair at home I Fasten it tightly to your scalp 1 You cnn easily do it with Aycrs Hair Vigor It Is something more than a simple hair dress ing It is a hair medicine a hair tonic a hair food The boat kind of n testimonial Bold for over laty years rz aside by J O Ayfr Co Lowell UM L1OtUtr of l Jers SABSAPARILU rutsClICKRY PECTORAL MlM Elon Jackson won in tho pop ularity contest of the lllehmond CII max and so la entitled to a trip to the Jamestown Bxpoaltlon She anther mother will join tho llarrovsburt party which goes In tho latter part ot JulyMrs Molllo Wyatt and Nina King wero In Richmond Friday Mr n B Mayo was a business oall or In Richmond on Monday A J adder Writ totheCUUcm- Redlanda Cal July 8 1007 I am living in the little olty of Redlands amid tho orango groves In San Bernardino county It is a town of about ISVWO Inhabitants Tho oil mate could bono better and tho flow en grow In profusion The town Is a winter resort and contains many mansions belonging to eastern people who own property to the amount ot S4Q0MQ The view of tho orange groves look- Ing down from Smiley Heights la ono ot tho finest tIlls of scenery I have ever found I have been visiting Los Angeles Long Belch San Pedro and San Diego but none of these places compares for beauty with the fair city of Redland I formerly lived In Baron tho town of John 0 Foe and J 11 Rogers and my heart goes out to llama for I loved the placo and the people I know Bona when It was nothing but a group of log cabins Tho people should sUck to Pros Frost for ho Is a great benefactor ot the mountain people Borea will edu onto your children and Improve you homes The orange groves the roses and the mountains of California aro beau tlful but none of them can compare with Joes Lick Cow Bell Hollow and tho other beautiful scenery ot my childhood In my noxt letter I will glvo you something about tho culture of fruits t A J Bldor Origin of Word Canteen A stnnn tyraDlartesJ blutory la tbat powwaaod by the word eantuan which baa caused so much talk In lserperanee and army ofrales If Its origin is correctly assigned to the old LaUn qnlauuia wlildli literally means of the fifth rank or nttli in order The qutotana via was a atTMt in tim Romaa tamp so called because It came betWeen tho llfth roanlplt or company and tho sixth lieN all the business and marketing of Ow camp was done and quIttUua eventually came to mean a market Open to Grave Doubt Richard Harding Davis was talking In Now York about tho life of a Ill potter A hard life It Is saId he It Is n life that taxes all the ones lee I dont oars how great n genius a man might be how resourceful how qualImany a good story ho would sun fall down at thatReporters are often snubbed Thoro HJcoaIpresident onco tried to snub my friend Jimmy Patterson The bank had gono up through a defalcation and Jimmy wont to In wasIHo took Jimmy by tho arm and led him toward the door Young man ho said I always make It a rule to mind my own busl nose IWore you doing that said Jimmy when tbo cashier mado his haul1 008080000000000-o 0- i College Items I o 0 HERE AND THERE o 0 0000000000000Dr Cedar Rapids Ia where ho preaches Sunday The next five Sundays he preaches In tho Central church of Galosburg Iii Dr Cook will supply the Union church for two more Sundays In Dr Thomsons absence and Prpf Ralnc tho last three Sundays Mr Pennlman loft this morning to make a tour through the mountains May fleece received a visit from her mother and father of Bealc W Va over Sunday Miss Corwin ontertolnted the stu dents who are in town at tho Library Saturday night Miss Viola Click returned from hot vacation this week Sho has been al her homo at Kerby Knob Ky Mr and MlMBurgem are expected homo this week- President Frost led tho Christian Endeavor meeting at the Union church Sunday nlghL- Protoeaors flame and DInsmoro wont to MIddlesboro Ky last week to at tend the Institute there Mr Carlos Lozada loaves this week to accept a position at Frankfort Ky Ho plans to bo In school again In the tall Mr C W Johnston so well known as a former resident on tile Scaffold Cane pike and his wife formerly Mis Mary G Settles who graduated from our Nursing Course In 1000 aro living at Bast Clarldon Ohio whore they enjoy roodlng The Citizen and would be glad to welcomo any Berea friends Claud DoBaun was In Berea on business last week Ho is working for his uncle Prof Roark ot tho Normal School in Richmond Mr Wesley Frost A B President Frosts second son who will be ro membered as teaching in Owsley county a few years ago la now Secretary to Congressman Burton In Vnihington where life address Is 103 Second St NH AFTER TOBACCO TRUST Government Takes Action Against Dig Trade Combination New York July nThe govern ment has lIed In the United States circuit court In this city a pUtijii against the American Tobacco company the Imperial Tobacco company the Untish American Tobacco compa ny the American Snuff company the American Cigar company the United Cigar Stores company tho American Stoglo company tho MacAndrows Forbes company tho Corloy Foil com pany and fiftysix other corporations and twentynlno Individuals connected with tho named companies These corporations and individuals constitute what Is generally known as tho tobacco trust and tho petition directed against them sots forth tho purpose of the government to dissolve this trust by breaking up the agreements under which the consolidated concerns are working In showing the growth of tho trust since its organ ration in 1S90 tho conclusion Is reach ed that at an early day unless pro vented It would completelY monopo llro tho enUre Another Glaring Violator Chicago July ItFacts showing that tho International Harvester trust Is tho most glaring violator of tho Sherman law in the United States havo como into possession of tho United States government and upon thorn tho government baa entered upon further Investigation with a view to wiping tho trust out of exist enco THE BOWIESACQUITTCD- Unwritten Law Is Upheld by a Maryland Jury La Plata Aid July 13It toik the Jury In the Bowie murder trial but five minutes to decide that In south ern Maryland at least the saw itlan law la the law to wkioh the sednoer must hold himself amwerable And while there was no marked demon stration when the verdict became known there was sufficient evidence that the verdict of to Jury was the I verdiut of the people of this section ot the country Both jury and people aoajilt Mrs Mary IS Bowie and her son Henry of all blame far their no knowledged slaying last Janmrr of Hubert Poeey the seducer ot their daughter and slater PriteUla Dowle who with her fMh xle child has made a mot pathetic picture in the courtroom during tho progress of the trial I More Unwritten Law St Joseph Mo July 18 llnjrmpnd Toon pleaded Insanity and the un written law as a defense for tbo kil ling dt George Mayhan cud was ao quitted by a jury here He klllod MAyhan In n grocery store last Oct ober Tho Jury decided that Toson was Insane when ho shot Mayhntt and is still of unsound mind The slayer will Ito committed to the state Insane asylum until his reason Is restored It was proved that Mayhan was Intl nato with Mrs Teson i AN INTERESTING CASE TO Kentucky Negroes Desire to Become Elks Being Resisted Frankfort Ky July 16 Attorneys representing tho secreary of state of Kentucky the grand lodge Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of the United States and Frankfort lodge of that order havo flied in stato fiscal court hero an answer to a petition recently filed by the Falls City lodge No 44 ot tho Improved Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of the World an organization of negroes who are seeking to compel tho sec rotary of stato to issue tq thojr organi zation a charter under the Kentucky laws For answer to tho petition tho secretary of state sots out that ho has no Interest in tho matter and that the real parties at Interest are the Grand lodge and Frankfort lodgo of tho D P O B of tho United States and ho asks that they be made de fendants with him Ho urges that the order of Elks was long established when tho plaintiffs sought to Incorporate their lodgo that tho words Fall City Lodgo No 44 is indicative merely of locality tho essential and distinctive namo of the order sought I to bo incorporated by plaintiff being tho name Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks Tho secretary of state further says that the promoters and I organizers of tho plaintiff lodge had full knowledge of the existence of the grand lodge and Frankfort lodge of B P O E and adopted the name set out in Its articles wltu the design to imitate tho name of said grand lodges and did so fraudulently wrongfully and illegally For further answer ho says that tho work of tho grand lodgo of Elks and tho sub ordinate lodges II largely social and tho plaintiff composed ot negroes do not in tho nature of things afflll ate socially with tho white race and cannot become subordinate lodges under the grand lodge He prays that tho writ sued for against him bo denied by the court This case whiph will como to trial in September next year attracted at tention In Elks circles all over the United States It will likely be dealt with by the grand lodge of the order in tho annual session next week at Philadelphia OVERCAPITALIZATION EVIL tEdward M Shepard Suggests Remedy to Illinois Bankers Galesburg III July 15Thoaboll tion of the purely nominal money cap tallzatlon of business corporations as a cure for tho evils of overcapitaliza lion was set forth by Edward M Sbopard of New York in an address before tho Illinois State Bar Assocla tion The removal of tho dollar mark from capital stock will ho believes go far toward solving tho problem- It is the falsity of the present plan of corporate capitalization which should condemn It ho said For the very reason that It facilitates de coil tho delusion ot investors and Insincere dealing with public senti went or public officers It should bo ended If there be a bettor plan I think there is I propose that the share of stock shall have no dollarI mark that its only essential feature I shall be the truthful certification that Itls ono of a given total number of equal shares Into which the enterprise is dividedMr also spoko of the com mon Idea that the profits of tho rail roads and oUter public service corporations should bo restricted to 8 per cent This in his opinion is a fallacy and If so restricted would prevent Industrial advancement Private capital will not go Into new and untried enterprises unless I on a promise that In case of success tho profits shall exceed tho rate of Interest which could ba earned on assured investments ho said TAGGED TO BRIDEGROOM Young Woman Came from Russia to be Married In Kentucky Lexington Ky July 15Evn So Pronz of Bearsdoff Russia traveled 5000 miles Into a strange country and ran tho gauntlet ot immigration officers at Now York to join her first lovo II Routenborg nt Danville whoro thor wore married yesterday But two words of English could tho maiden speak and they wore Dan ville Kentucky From her neck was suspended a card addressed to II Routenborg Danville Ky Sho made the trip without Incident anti was married in less than an hour alter the arrived at her destination Kentucky Feudist Killed Jaekfion Ky July UCurt Smith brother ot John Smith the notedfoud lit ins shot and killed last plght by Slgol Turner In a duel over a card game Smith Is alleged to have firM twice af1 Turner before tho latter killed him Smith was an Important witness for tho commonwealth against Judge James Hargls and his associ ates in tho mountain feud cases Tur- r surrendered to tho officers hero Sixteen Men Hurt In Wreck Somerset Ky July 14Sixteen mon wero hurt In a wreck on the Queen and Crescent road when a local freight crashed Into a work train near the Tennessee lino A re lief train brought the victims to a sanatorium hero Tho wreck was caused by the wprk train falling to send out a flagman whllo taking water w1to o o+o+ +o+o+ Io+o+o+ooJoo +o+o+o+o+o+ooo+o+o+o+o o + I THE WEALTH OF AI 0 + 0 TIONIo+ 0 rto + J NATIONAL BANK lo + DepositoryI+ t o 0o INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS t o i ro + =THEQ I Berea National Bank- S i 0 0 o E WELCH President J L GAY Cashier c t+o+o+o+o+O +o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+oJoo +o+o+o+ot o 010 +0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0 0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0+00 oo+ + Bargains+ +o 0 t You must Not Pass This Store 00+o 0 t A nice line of Dry Goods Ladies Collars Gloves to etc at Bargain Prices 9 In Mens Goods We have the best lino of Dress and Work + o Shirts Overhalls Gloves Suspenders Underwear Half hose Hats 9 u Collars Ties etc o Also some Extra values in 0 I Suits + 0 o o tl9 Yours for 0 i Moyes Cash Store 1 o 0- I t Berea Kyt 00t+o+o+o+o+o +o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+o+oo+oototo+o+ot ENFORCING THE LAW Members of Trust Sent to the Work house at Cleveland Toledo July 13In the circuit court Judge Morris sentenced Cleve land and Hammond the two men accused of forming a bridge trust to six months In the workhouse Four teen members of the lumber trust Including all the prominent local deal ers received the same sentence Members of the Toledo Brick Supply company who pleaded guilty to pooling under tho Valentino law were lined 1000 and costs each The sec tion of tho law under which they pleaded provides that no prison sen tence shall bo Imposed Sentences were suspended for ten days to give the men time to arrango their affairs before going to tho workhouse Tho only hope of the men to avoid prlspn is to obtain paroles from the board of public service It Woke the Sultan Up Tangier July 12It is declared here that tho Sultan of Morocco is deeply incensed at the recent capture by tho bandit Ralsuli of Cald Sir Harry MacLean tho commandant of his body guard to whom he was greatly attached The sultan la preparing to march personally against Ralsufl and In view ot this proposed expedition extensive forces have boon assembled at Fez- Alleged Spy Arrested reportIwasI aneso had been arrested dt Fort Rose trans In tho act of making drawings of Use tort The arrest it Is Bald was made two evenings ago but where the npalos Is now and wbq he is Is not publicly known Mojbr Ootohell will gtye no Information QreVcd With Applause San FroQiteco July t Mayor Eu gene E SchffltU who WM recently odnvloted of extortion WM sentenced to flvo yours in the penitentiary Vhs the t iWAs pronounced thero wsa a remarkable outburst of applause from the hundreds of per eons who crowded Judge Donnas oourtroom Christian Endeavorers Meet Seattle Wash July 11 Delegates from very state are here attending t the twentythird annual international convention of the Christian Budeavor society Tho convention is being held in ah immense tent A rumor from Seoul has Itthat the emperor of Korea has abdicatedr SURELY WAS THE BEST MAN BrideIthe able editor of the Polkvllle Ark Weekly Clarion Well I reckon all things consld ered the groom was replied Mr Lab Juckett from out at Possum Trot who had percolated into tho sanctum with the news of a wedding which bad been solemnized in his bailiwick upon tho previous evening The groom replied the scribe ta somo surprise Eryahl or tennyrate thats tho way he peared to mo Ho got the brides father so drunk before the ceremony that tho old gentleman bad to stay hid In the haymow all night and was seeing green dogs and such like when I came by this morning Tho groom also throwed the brides I two brothers out of tho window for objecting to their sisters flinging her self away on him and talked her mother to a gasping standstill when sho sorter started In to remonstrate with him and shes never been what youd call an unable lady that away herself Yep looking tho gent upon ono sldo and down the other I shorely reckon tho groom was the best man present upon that interesting occa slonPuck Horseshoe Superstition In the latter half of the seventeenth century a writer mentions that most of the bouses In the west end of Lon don were pro eotod against witches by horseshoes nailed in them As late as 1813 there were 17 horseshoes nailed up in ono Lomlon street but In 1841 only Bo remained Eat Crickets If Too rat Wo poke fun at the Chinese Ideals of medicine but events in Sacramento prove that the Mongolians know more than we give them credit for says the San Francisco News Lotter For cen tunes the Chinese have used crocker stow powederetl crickets essence ot cricket and plain raw crickets for the I reduction of obesity as they use frog soap for stomach troubles Well In Sacramento It has been noticed that the cats have grown won dorfully thin and had uo appetites TV fusing to be tempted by cream and other dainties It baa been discovered that they Have been feasting on crickets The Insects bate satisfied their appetites but havo reduced them toT skeletons Tho next thing to be put en the market will bo a new patent Cricketi t BROWN SEAL CHOCOLATESMade 1 ARE GREAT TRY THEM i POUNDS 50 Cents HALVES 25 Cents The Porter Drug Co lSCOnrOBATED 000000000000000000000000000 i Berea and Vicinity II 0o o 0 GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES 0 ioooooooooooooMr Lawroneo J Kelly of Princeton I University lectured at the Dleolploe 4 lhwrob last Sunday evening In the In tort of tko Student Volunteer Alta sionary movement Mr Kelly In a native of Harlan county Ky and VU formerly a student of Kentucky Inivenltr Mm Etta Gay was the gueet of her sister Mrs Pearl Kltehen In Cor bin Ky lut week The B rea Public School will begin Monday JulY 31 A large attendance I Is cxpectsdMr Baker Wilt In town mat ukMint Lwejt Ha ee ot Dig 1I1H was In town Saturday on buslneea- Ml e Mtui Moore and Etta Oar are attending the Teachers Institute in seaIon at Ri hniond thus week I 1 Mrs Fruit Hay and daughter Bam and Grace were In Richmond tort l Tuesday Freak Llveagood to spending a few weeks with friend In the North J C Powell of KiNfeton was In De rea M btwlneM one day last week Miss bee Coraellt left last week fr as extended vtalt witH Mrs G T ifeater at Cumberland Gap Tonn Mrs Lou Truitt was shopping in niehmond lut Wednesday Dr Frank Brady formerly of Kings ton loft Saturday for New Mexico where he goes to Improve his health Since earning to Derea Dr Brady has I made many friends who regret Ma departure Mrs llrady and baby will remain In Derea until fall J Uurdetto and family have been f enjoying tome of the hot days at their aumraor homo on the mountain I Mrs a IU Baker has recently added a B and 10 cent department to her stoek of goods Call and see tho many bargains Richmond street Ihyou expect to build you will wave time and money by seeing inc Gorrespomlouoo Bollolteu Jas M Burly Jr Boron Ky Practical Drntsmnu r Housos and Gardens for Ront olin on G D Holiidny nttbo1 CompnnyO = s i My Hair Ran AwayIP r I Dont have a falling out with your hair It might leave you I Then what That would mean thin scraggly uneven rough hair Keep your hair at home I Fasten it tightly to your scalp I You can easily do it with Ayers Hair Vigor It is something more than n simple hair dress ing It is a hair medicine a hair tonic a hair food The Lest kind ot n testimonial II Sold for over txty yenta o124 J 0 Ayer o Lowtll a1I- Alo auauiMturcn of JersmLt 3 SARSAFAIILU rillS tuErRY PeCTORAL omomomomomomomomomomomomom IMIMI Eton Jackson won In tho pop contest of the Richmond CII max and so is entitled to a trip to tile Jamestown Exposition She aUt- hor mother will Join tho Harrovsburg party whloh goes in tho latter part oi JulyMrs Molllo Wyatt and Nina King wore in Hlohmond Friday Mr 11 E Mayo was a business call er In RUhmond on Monday A J Writthft Clllirm- Iledlands Cal July 8 1UOT I am living In tho little olty ot Rcdlands amid tho orango groves In San Bernardino county It Is a town of about 1000 Inhabitants Tho oil mate could bono better and the flow ers grow In profusion The town Is a winter resort and contains many mansions belonging to eastern people who own property to the amount of 94t11g09D The view of tho orange groves look ing dewn from Smiley Heights is ono of tho finest bits of eeenery I have ever found I have bean visiting Lots Angeles Long Beach San Pedro and San Diego but none of these places compares for beauty with tho fair city of Redlands I formerly lived In llama tho town of John O Fee and J R Rogers and my heart goes out to Derea for I loved the place and tho people I knew Borea when it was nothing but a group of log cabins The people should sllek to Pros Frost for ho Is a great benefactor ot tho mountain people Borea will edu onto your children and Improve your homes Tho orange groves the roses and tho mountains ot California aro beau tiful but none of thou can compare with Joes LI k Cow Bell Hollow and tho other beautiful scenery ot my childhood- In my next letter I Tvlll glvo you something about tho culture of fruits f A J Elder Origin of Word Canteen- A strong tywoloRlca history la that possessed by tho word oohtoen which haa ctiwoil no much talk In temperance and Army alrojes If Its origin la correctly assigned to tho old Latin quIaUflt which lltetally aDHot the fifth rank or ntUi In order The qulntaaa via was a- tret In tile Jtoman camp so callad tamiiM it came between tbo fifth maniple or company and tho sixth Here all the business and marketing of the camp wac done and quInUua evootnally cam to mean a market Open to Grave Doubt Richard herding Davis was talking m New York about tho llfo of a ro porter Y life It Is sold ho It is a life that taxes all tho energies I dont oars how great a genius a man might be hew resourceful how qualjman turned reporter and on many a good story ho would still fall down at that Reporters are often snubbed There Is a stupid typo at man that likes Ito snub thorn Such a man a bank myItrlendTho bank had gone up through a defalcation and Jimmy wont to In terview its head But Its head was crusty Ho refused to bo Interviewed Ho took Jimmy by tho arm and led shim toward tho door I1lwa8Iwhen tbo cashier made his haulf 0000000000000-o o College Items io 0- w HERE AND THERE o 0 0000000000000Dr Thomson left on Friday for Cedar Rapids la where ho preaches Sunday The next five Sundays he preaches In tho Central church of GnlOburg 111 Dr Cook will supply the Union church for two moro Sundays in Dr Thomsons absence and Prpf Maine the last three Sundays Mr Penniman left this morning to mako a tour through the mountains May fleece received a visit from her mother and father of Bonier W Va over Sunday Miss Corwin entertalnted the students who are in town at the Library Saturday night bits Viola Click returned from her vacation this week Sho has been at hor homo at Kathy Knob Ky Mr and Mlse Burgees aro expected homo this week I President Frost led tho Christian Endeavor meeting at the Union church Sunday night- Professors Ralno and Dlnsmoro went to Mlddleeboro Ky last woelt to at tend tho Institute there Mr Carlos Lozada leaves this week to accept a poslUon at Frankfort Ky lIe plans to be in school again In the tall Mr C W Johnston so well known as a former resident on the Scaffold Cane pike and his wife formerly Mis Mary C Settles who graduated from our Nursing Course In 1000 are living at Bast Clarldon Ohio where they enjoy readlngTho Citizen and would bo glad to welcome any Borea friends Claud DoBaun was In Berea on business moat week Ho Is working for his uncle Prof Roark of tho Normal School in Richmond Mr Wesley Frost A B President Frosts second son whd will be ro mombered as teaching In Owsloy coun ty a few years ago Is now Secretary to Congressman Burton In Washington whero his address is 100 Second St NE AFTER TOBACCO TRUST Government Take Action Against Big Trade Combination New York July ItThe govern moot has tiled In the United States circuit court In this city n petlUja against the American Tobacco com pany the Imperial Tobacco company tho BritishAmerican Tobacco compa ny the American Snuff company the American Cigar company tile United Cigar Stores company the American Stogie company tho MaoAndrews Forbes company the Corley Foil com pany and flftysix other corporations and twentynine Individuals connected with tho named companies Those corporations and Individuals constitute what is generally known as tho tobacco trust and tho petition directed against them sets forth tho purpose of the government to dissolve this trust by breaking up the agree ments under which the consolidated concerns aro working In showing the growth of tho trust since Its organ ization in 1S90 the conclusion Is roach ed that at an early day unless pro vented It would completely monopo lize tho entire tobacco Industry Another Glaring Violator Chicago July llFncts showing that tho International Harvester trust is tho most glaring violator of the Sherman law in tho United States have como into possession of the United States government and upon them tho government has entered upon further Investigation with a view to wiping tho trust out of oxlst enco THE BOWIES ACQUITTED Unwritten Law It Upheld by a Maryland Jury La Plata Md July 13It toik the Jury In tho Bowls murder trlnl but five minutes to decide that In south ern Maryland at least the unwilttsn law Is the law to which the sadnoer must hold himself answerable And whllo there was no marked demon straUon when the verdict became known there was sufficient evidence that the verdict of the jury was the j verdict of the people ot thla section of the country Both jury and peoplo aOQult lire tart m Bowlo and hor son Harry of all blame far their ac knowledged ojayrhff fast January of Hubert Poesy the stducer of their daughter and sister Prlacllla Bowie who with her fathvlesa ohlld baa made a most pathetic picture In the courtroom durleg the progress of the trial More Unwritten Law St Joseph Mo July 13 Raymond Tenon pleaded Insanity and tho un written law as a defense for the kil ling ot George Mayban and was ao quitted by a jury here He killed Mayhan In a grocery store last Oct ober Tho Jury decided that Teeon was Insane when ho shot Mayhari and Is still of unsound mind The slayer will bo committed to the state insane asylum until his reason Is restored It was proved that Mayhan was lutl nato with Mrs Teson Y AN INTERESTING CASK Kentucky Negroes Desire to Become Elks Being Resisted Frankfort Ky July IB Attorneys represenUng tho secreary of state of Kentucky tho grand lodge Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of the United States and Frankfort lodge of that order havo filed in stato fiscal court hero an answer to a petition recently filed by tho Falls City lodgo No 44 of tho Improved Benevolent and Protectlvo Order of Elks of the World an organization of negroes who aro seeking to compel the secretary of stato to issue tQth organi zation a charter under the Kentucky laws For answer to tho petition tho secretary of state sots out that ho has no Interest in the matter and that the real parties at Interest are tho Orand lodgo and Frankfort lodgo of the D P O B of tho United States and ho asks that they be made de fondants with him Ho urges that the order of Elks was long established when tho plaintiffs sought to Incor porate their lodgo that tho words Fall City Lodgo No 44 Is Indicative merely of locality tho essential and distinctive namo of tho order sought to bo incorporated by plaintiff being the name Benevolent and Protectlvo Order of Elks Tho secretary of state further says that the promoters and organizers of the plaintiff lodgo had full knowledgo of the existence of the grand lodge and Frankfort lodgo of B P O E and adopted the name set out in Its articles wltu the design to imitate the namo of said grand lodges and did so fraudulently wrongfully and Illegally For further answer ho says that tho work of tho grand lodgo of Elks and tho sub ordinate lodges Is largely social and the plaintiff composed of negroes do not in tho nature of things affili ate socially with tile whlto race and cannot becomo subordinate lodges under the grand lodge Ho prays that the writ sued for against him be denied by tho court This case which will come to trial in September next year attracted at tention In Elks circles all over tho United States It will likely bo dealt with by the grand lodge of the order In tho annual session noxt week at Philadelphia OVERCAPITALIZATION EVIL t Edward M Shepard Suggests Remedy to Illinois Bankers Oalesburg Ill July 15Thoaboll tion ot the purely nominal money cap tallzatlon of business corporations as a cure for tho evils of overcapitaliza tion was sot forth by Edward M Shepard of New York in an address before tho Illinois State Dar Associa tion Tho removal of tho dollar mark from capital stock will ho believes go far toward solving tho problem- It is the falsity of the present plan of corporate capitalization which should condemn it ho said For the very reason that it facilitates de colt tho delusion of Investors and insincere dealing with public sentiment or public officers it should be ended If there bo a bettor plan I think there is I propose that tho share of stock shall havo no dollar mark that its only essential feature shall bo the truthful certification that itIs ono of a given total number of equal shares Into wjilcb the enterprise is dividedMr also spoke of the com mon Idea that tho profits of the rail roads and other public service cor 61perfallacy and If so restricted would prevent Industrial advancement Private capital will not go Into new and untried enterprises unless on a promise that In case of success the profits shall exceed tho rate of Interest which could bo earned on assured Investments he said TAGGED TO BRIDEGROOM Young Woman Came from Russia to be Married In Kentucky Lexington Ky July 16Evn S Pronz of Boarsdoff Russia traveled CjOQO miles Into a strange country and ran tho gauntlet of Immigration officers at Now York to Join her first love H Routenborg at Danville whore they wore married yesterday But two words of English could tho maiden speak and they woro Dan ville Kentuoky From her neck was suspended a card addressed to IT Routenborg Danvlllo Ky She made the trip without Incident and was married In less than ar hour after tho arrived at her destination l Kentucky Feudist Killed Jackson Ky July liCurt Smith brother ot John Smith the noted feud 1st was shot and killed last night by Slgol Turner in a duel over a card game Smith Is alleged to have fired twice af Turner before tbo latter killed him Smith was an Important witness for the commonwealth against Judge James Hnrgls and his associ ates in the mountain foud oases Tur nor surrendered to the officers hero Sixteen Men Hurt In Wreck Somerset Ky July 15Sixteen men were hurt In a wreck on the Queen nnd Crescent road when a local freight crashed Into a work train near tho Tennessee line A ro Hot train brought tho victims to a sanatorium here Tho wreck was caused by tho work train railing to send out a flagman while taking water rI o+o + +o+o+o+o +o+o+o +o+o+0di al o+o+o+o+o+o+o4 o+o+o+o+o- o + I THE WEALTH OP At fi0o ++ NATIONAL BANKt+ 1oi for That Wealtho+ +o 0 t INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS to + +o 0+ + =THE I Berea National Bank i 0 o ot+0 +0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0 o+o+o +o+o+o +o+o+o+o+o+o+0+o 0+ + You Are Looking For t+ +o t Bargains+ +o 0 ro+ +o 0 A nice line of Dry Goods Ladies Collars Cloves tetc at Bargain Prices IInMens Goods We have the best line of Dress and Work + t Qverballs Gloves Suspenders Underwear Halfhose Hate o Collars Ties etc t Also some Extra values in l F I oSuits 0 o 0 oWesell Groceries Tinware and Queensware and t9 pay top prices for Produce tYours for Business t i Moves Cash Store l o I Berea Kyf I o o+OTO +O+O+O+O+OO+O+O+O+O+O+O+O+O+O+O+O+Ooto+O+O+b ENFORCING THE LAW I Members of Trust Sent to the Work house at Cleveland Toledo July 13In tho circuit court Judge Morris sentenced Clove land and Hammond the two men ac cused of forming a bridge trust to six months in the workhouse Fourteen members ot the lumber trust including all the prominent local deal ers received the same sentence Members of tho Toledo Brick Supply company who pleaded guilty to pooling under tho Valentino law were lined 1000 and costs each Tho sec tion ot the law under which they pleaded provides that no prison son tence shall be imposed Sentences were suspended for ten days to glvo the men time to arrange their affairs before going to the workhouse Tho only hope of the men to avoid prison is to obtain paroles from the board of public service It Woke the Sultan Up Tangier July 12It is declared hero that the Sultan of Morocco is deeply incensed at tho recent capture by tho bandit Ralsull of Cald Sir Harry MacLean the commandant of his body guard to whom ho was greatly attached The sultan is pro I paring to march personally against Rnlsull and In view ot this proposed expedition extensive forces have boon assembled at Fez- Alleged Spy Arrested San Diego Cal July lA report was in circulation today that a Japanese had been arrested at Fort Rose crans in tho act of making drawings of lhofartr Tho arrest it IH told was made two evenings ago lint where the Japanese is now and wUq lie is la not publicly known MaJ6r Oetcholl will give no information i i Greeted With Applause San Era leca July eMayor Eugene K SohtuIU Who was recently I odnvioted of extortion was sentenced- I to five years in tho penitentiary slonncodthereapplause from tho hundreds or persons who crowded Judge Dunnes courtroom Christian Cndeavorers Meet Seattle Wash July 11 Dftlegntas from ovary state are hero attending the twentythird annual international convention of the Christian Endeavor society The convention Is being hold In an Immense tent A rumor from Seoul has it that the emperor of Korea has abdicated SURELY WAS THE BEST MAN Not Much Doubt II to the Bridegroom Superiority Who was the best man Inquired tho able editor of tho Polkvlllo Ark Weekly Clarion Well I reckon alt things consid ered tho groom was replied Mr Lab Juckett from out at Possum TrotIwho had percolated into tho with the news of a wedding which had been solemnized in his bailiwick upon tho previous evening The groom T replied the scrlbo In some surpris- eEryahior tennyrate thats tho way he peared to me Ho cot tho brides father so drunk before the ceremony that tho old gentleman had to stay hid in the haymow all night and was seeing green dogs and such like when I camo by this morning Tho groom also throwed the brides two brothers out of tho window for objecting to tholr sisters flinging her self away on him and talked her b mother to a gasping standstill when sho sorter started in to romonstrato with him and shos never been what youd call an unable lady thataway herself Yep looking tho gent up on one sldo and down the other I shorely rockon the groom was the boat man present upon that interesting occa slonPuckiIn tho Horseshoe lattor halt century a writer SuperltltlonIof the houses in don were by horseshoes tate as 1813 there wero 17 horseshoes k nailed up in One London street but In 1841 only five remained 1Eat Crickets If Too rat tJfun at the Chlnaee Idealsfbut events In prove that the Mongolians knew more than we give them credit for My theISan Francisco News Letter For eee tl1ol11 Ute CMneee have ueed creeket stew powedered crickets owehco ofJcricket and plain raw crfokets for the 9 nxlcctlon of obesity as they use frog I soup for stomach troublesI Woll In Sacramento It has boon otUced that the cats have grown wonderfully thin and had no appetites re fusing to be tempted by cream and other dainties It has been discovered that they have boon feasting on crick ets The Insects bade satisfied their appetites but hays reduced them toIskeletons The noxt thing to be put en tho market will bo a new patent ticdlclno under thagiamo Ol CricketiWt The Citizen ft family newspaper for all that Is right true and Interesting Fubllihed every Thursday at Beret JeT BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated E Albert Cook Ph D Editor and Mgr Subscription Ratos PAYABLE IN ADVANCE One Year itSix Month a6r Three Months u stoneyOrderant stamp- Tbedaleafteryourname on label show ta what your tubacrlptlon la paid If it Is not changed three weeu alter renewal notify us- MIstlnR numbers will be gladly supplied if we are Fine ITemlumt siren for new and prompt renewals Send for Premium tilt Liberal termi given to toy who obtains new ubtcriptfout for u Any one tending ui tour yearly aubscrlptlon can receive The Citlita free yearAdvertising MEMBER or KEXTVCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION A Washington scienunc snarp now says that It Is healthful to eat green fruit All boys know that Kaiser Wllhelm will be glad to got the Carnegie library It will be a good place to store ammunition in Chief Wiley means well but he really ought to have leatned that the tntlple Joke antedates his admlnls ration Thread has Increased In price but man has grown used to using shingle nails and paper fasteners Instead of having buttons sewn on John Jacob Astor of the Automobile Club of America Is a moving spirit in the organization of the American High way Improvement association which is now being effected Few Yale graduates get married before thoy aro nearly 30 By that time they discover that they cannot matte the world over so they are content to settle down and enjoy themselves You should handle your best friends like your cash says the Baltimore American which loads the Chicago RecordHerald to ask Can one havo best friends In addition to onos cash Tho Japanese are reported to bo in creasing in stature measurements showing that they have gained moro than an inch during the latest genera tion Heavens Ic addition to the other things they are doing are the Japs going to become giants The example of the Decatur county Illinois farmers in organizing a game protective association Is worthy of be- Ing followed elsewhere It has been pretty clearly demonstrated by Investigators that the quail Is worth a good deal more as a crop protector than as an article of food British Ambassador Bryce Is not one of those who believe the great republic a failure He has traveled about a bit among our people and has studied our Institutions with pains taking care and he says The Amer ican people have shown ability for self government greater than any pee ple on earth And as that is the opin ion of an expert in governments It may be taken as an exceptionally slg I nlficant tribute Beggars In Persia ride on donkeys and often make long Journeys How they manage to obtain these useful animals or even to exist themselves is beyond European comprehension The Persian tramp astride his donkey will Journey as far as Meshed or Mecca when be returns with the proud title of Hadji Useful as the donkey Is to his mendicant master the latter often treats him In a most brutal fashion When the unfor tunate animal needs encouragement a piece of chain is a frequent substitute for a whip Judge Uriah M Rose of Arkansas one of tho American delegates to The Hague conference Is regarded as one of the most scholarly lawyers In America His writings speeches and public orations dealing with the sub ject of Jurisprudence in general but particularly with international rela tlons havo marked him as a man most eminently fitted to uphold American dignity and Interests at the conference He is a Kentuckian by birth and for the past quarter of a century he has been In the foremost rank of the Arkansas bar- Enforcement of the Imperial decree against the use of opium has begun In China All opium decs in Peking have been closed and the viceroy of the province of Pechlli has ordered all tho local magistrates to establish hos pitals for the reception of poor persons who will be maintained free of charge and treated for the cure of the opium habit This is In accordance with the plan outlined last November by the dowager empress In other provinces tho results ore not so satis factory but there has been a percepti ble decrease In the vse of tile drug Dom Carlos king of Portugal Is said to be genial sunnytempered kind hearted and generous lIe is a man of exceedingly broadminded and liberal Ideas on the subjects of government and of religion kind Is happy In bla do mestic relations j amerfem people jJecommjj 3fnnoc= ttlateti Wit c erm of ouestj By DR NEWELL DWIGHT HILLIS The geologist tells us that tho White mountains were the first peaks to emerge from the sea then lit tle by little the whole continent appeared rising above the hot waters of either ocean That was a grunt moment when Mount Washington first cleared itself of water steam and mud and stood forth crowned with sun light the forerunner of a new continent But moro wonderful still the sudden entrance of conscience and ethics into tho industrial and corpora tive life of the republic For years doubtless the preparatory processes have been going on but tho ethical movement has published itself only in the last few weeks and months Today the railroads are posting their rates and withdrawing secret rebates Alarmed politicians no longer hawk franchises in the lobbies of the city hall Moro striking still the ethical note in the rcalni of public murals afar wants moneybut when n man is hungry he must not oat coals of fire And when alnnn is avaricious he must not soak satisfaction by get ting money through crime and fraud The whole nation is rising up to shake off its former lios vices nnd sins In politics if a youth wants position and preferment ho must plead the cause of tho poor In literature nnd fiction if the novelist wants to succeed ho must portray the triumph of honor and tho defeat of shunt and humbug If a magazine wants to increase its circulation it takes up somo cause and becomes a voice for tho public conscience On every sido aro young men of ability and large mental acquirements who have tried to get on by adopting tho low ethical ideals of the politicians of tho old school with the result that those am bitions young mon are now utterly discredited and without any hope of future preferment Honesty is becoming a contagion It is an auspicious hour for our people It is the golden ago for which the fathers longed Ltd this now note of conscience in public life prophesies a raw era of happiness and progress for tho people of the republic j1itat11aruh1rutto i By OSCAR S STRAUSS Secretary of Department of Commerce and Labor Court Xo greater more portant and vital ques tion has ever come for ward solution that the capital and labor It is today agitating the parliaments of nations and is receiving tko thoughtful attention of statesmen and legislators who recognize that the Plano of solution lies high above the narrow pathways of selfish interest The effect of combination of either capital or labor is not in itself an evil The methods by which such combination is arrived at or by which it is maintained or operated if those methods are inequitable or unfair should not only be exposed but should be drastically dealt with A cor poration desiring to perpetuate its domination may use its combination power to give better service that is a public goodbut when that power is used to prevent any ono else from giving a like service of the Lest serv ice it can then its combination power is being used as an encroachment unon rishta of others and asidnst the public welfare It is not within tho power or proper sphere of government to equalize competitors but it is within the power and proper sphere of government to equalize opportun ities of competitors It is sphere of government to keep open equally to all men the avenues of commercial development to maintain the opportunity for competition and to prevent the use of unfair means that dimin ish or destroy such equal opportunity j wrrati6run IDrrrapitt By JUDGE J UPSHUR DENNIS of Supreme of Maryland of creation and I think and made on sixth day The odd time filled in field Plenty of it I like them served in shell you cant make them bad Thoy slioujd hive merest suggestion of sherry and be seasoned with butter popper and suit If thin a good deal of cream should be put with them The test kind are fresh caught mud Vhcn is best month to torrapinIAny time you can get them After they lay food and get They should be boiled until thoroughly done and then stowed Celery and Maryland biscuit belong to then and champagne is piece de as but good burgimdy is right at any time darkey named Aaron Lloyd down in on Eastern Shore used to have a song that appealed to me vary much It began this way When the honeysuckle bloo me and the dogwoods white the terrapin and the red drums bite ID1iur Oil out at otfou ttb By MAJ JOHN M CARSON oC the Government Bureau of im for relation between all enlightened tho tho the Terrapin is the acme terrapin not man was the was up making mushroomsWhat the essentials for terrapin the but the terrapin the eat November up fat the resistance the beverage old all An old my Country the Then lays Chief Manufacturer The cottonseed industry presents greater at tractions and oTcrs greater possibilities in tho immediate future for enlargement in foreign markets than many others of our principal industries If it wero more generally known in the United States tluit tho best cottonseed oil is equal in purity anti healthfulness to olive oil tho demand for cotton oil at home would expand to a point that would seriously interfere with the profits of those manu facturers of olive oil in France Italy and Spain who find cotton oil so profitable in the conduct of their business Our manufacturers of cotton oil might profitably direct their efforts to bringing their product to time attention of the American people If our own people were made familiar with the real qualities of cottonseed oil very much of the olive oil now imported would be permanently and very much of tho animal fate note sIextcnsivelyusc in the preparation of food would be expelled from American kitchens 1 J KENTUCKY VISITED BY TORNADO QUARTER OF A MILLION THE TOLl TAXED TO LOUISVILLE Debris Kills Workman Finishing a Cot finfabe flown To the Streef Breaking Its Neck Louisville Ky July toIo5 of life big property damage and the tying ul of traffic on several car lines acctxi panted a terrific storm which broke over Loulsvllla Tbo wind traveled a the rate of OS miles an hour for tout minutes and then for 15 minutes bl tho weather bureau records kept ut a steady blow at the rate of GO mile an hour Tho loss Is estimated at s Quarter of a million The dead Prank Lehman a COm finisher killed by debris at Nation Casket Cos plant The fatally Injured Little Edward Lyons aged 3 years daughter of Charles Lyons Nineteenth and Uuncai etreota blown out a secondstory window skull fractured and log broken Mrs D Cohen head and bacU Injured Moses Cohen hood gashed and bad wrenched D Bernstein head Injured Building wore unroofed trees leveled on all sides chimneys blown down and various other damage done within a period of 20 minutes In addition to the toss of human lifo It Is estimated that hilly a score of horses were killed by trees blown down or by dangling eleotrlc wires At tho plant of the National Casket Co Eleventh and Magazine streets t brick cornice was blown from the front of the building through the fifth floor of an oil some of the bricks striking Frank lohmann a finisher as ho was working on a coflln on the fourth floor lie was killed outright It took several hours work on the part of firemen to recover tho body from the debris It took an hour to got Lohmanni body out of the ruins In one of the cominB ha had helped to make his body was taKen to an undortahln establishment A peculiar freak of tho storm Oo curred at the wholesale grocery house of 11 Wedeklnd Co Seventh street near Market A steel roof was blown ort a fouratory wing end landed OB the other part of tho building The enUro stock of groceries down to the first floor was soaked by water The dam age Is estimated at 000- Watfaons distillery Twentyalxth and Broadway pas unroofed ad the damage hare will be considerable A fourstory frame elevator shaft temporarily In use at tho Seelbach hotel annex was blown down The threery roatdeneo at 410 But Walnut was unroofed Mm D Cohen her eon Moses and tether D Bern stein 84 years of ago Were seated In a room on the second floor and were showurod with plastering They were severely hurt Bernstein was rendered unconscious by fright Numerous other reports of damage come from al sections of tho city Damage which can not be ostimotM in dollars was done to shade trees of the city Patriarchs that had stood Mnce primeval times wero leveled or shattered Quthrlo street from Second to Third was almost completely choked by two monarchs which were blown down One foil upon and killed a horse Throe wagons were also smashed to pieces there and the street looked like the scene of a battle BRAVELY PARENTS FOUGHT But FourjLittle dren of Mr and Mrs Charles 1 Campbell of Sulsun Valley lost their lives In tho burnjng of their home The parents barely esonped Wben Mr and Mrs Campbell awoke the house was a mass of flames They made frantic efforts to save their chil dren and were badly burned Tho vic time ranged In age from 12 years to 18 months The origin of the fire Is not positively known but It Is believed to have been caused by the ex plosion of a coal oil lamp which was kept burning all night Goat Capsized Six Were Drowned Danger Me July 10Slx young men of a party of Sven were drowned in Penobscot bay by the capsizing of the sloop Ruth E Comnock of Brooks vllle The six Bangor youths recently went to Herxey Retreat at Sandy Point to spend tho summer They were Invited by William D Vague of South Brookavlllc to take a sail In his boat to Islesboro The sloop had reacbedI the point oft Castine when truck sized by a sudden squall and cap Four Children Cremated I Fond du Lac WIs July toFourFieldl fromlhereplosion of a gasoline stove Died In Commons London July 10 During a division In tho house of commons Sir Alfred Blllson membor for the Northwest dl vision of Staffordshire died suddenly 01 apoplexy Two Die In Wreck Valdosta Ga July toTwo extra freights on the Atlantic Coast line col- lIded near Blue Springs Flagman Junes and a negro named George Everett were lulled and three trainmen so rlously Injured Twenty cars of water melons were wrecked She Must Die Moscow July toMme Fromonkl who in March last attempted to assas sinate Gen Rhelnbot the exprefect ol police and who on May 13 made an attempt to murder the Inspector of the political prlsm was sentenced o death e A HUMBLE HERO Story of the Man Who Did a Slave Deed and Then Forgot It lie Is the bravest man I over know said Mr F Hopklneon Smith of Copt Thomas A Scott whoso death occurred a few weeks ago and whom tho author has made famous In some of his stories and novels But no act attributed by the pen of fiction to this submarine engineer and diver can equal the real facts of his courage and selfsacrifice The Now York Tribune quotes from Mr Smith tho tale of one of Capt Scotts deeds which lifts the man into the ranks of true heroes Tile captain was In the employ of the OffShore Wrecking company whoa ono morning In January an accident happened to a Hoboken forry boat The Ico in the river was unusually henry and tho boat slowly crunched her way through tho floating floes un til tho pack choked her paddles In mid rlver The weather was bitterly cold and a keen wind was blowing It was an early morning trip and the decks wero crowded with laboring man tho driveways were full of teams and women and children stood Inside the cabins a solid mass up to the swinging doors While the boat struggled to gala headway an ocean tug crashed Into her side cutting a great Vshaped gash below tier waterline Shrieks went up from n hundred throats Men women and children wore crazed with fear The disabled boat careened and fell over on Us beam Tho water poured In like n torrent Sinking seemed only a question of seconds Capt Scott on the wrecking tug Re liance saw tho situation Bringing his boat alongside ho sprang to the deck of tho ferry Qulokly he forced the crowd to tho starboard side and thus righted the boat which regained a nearly oven keel With a threat to throw any man overboard who stirred ho dragged mattresses blankets dollies anything and crammed them into tile hole It was useless oven tho oil rags had been used and still tko water poured In Capt Seett stood for a moment as It undecided then deliberately forced his own hotly into the gap with his arm outside level with the floating IceAn hour later the disabled ferry boat with every soul silo was towed Into the Hoboken slip When they lifted tho oaptfiln he was unconscious and barely alive The water bad frozen his blood and tho toe bad torn much ot tho flesh from his arm from shoulder to wrist Whoa ha opened his eyes he sold feebly to the doctor Was any of thorn babies hurt T Weeks pawed before bo regained his strength Then he wont baek to his work on the Reliance In the meantime the wrecking company had presented a bill to the ferry company for salvages which had been refused Captain said the president of the wrecking company to Scott tho first time tho latter appeared at the office wore going to have some trouble getting our pay for that ferry job Heres an affidavit for you to swear to Tho captain took tho paper read It laid It down and walked toward tho doorDid you sign Jtr No and I alnt going to Whyr M Cause I alnt so mean as you be Look at this anal Do you think Id have got into that hole It It hadnt been for thorn women and babies And you want em to pay for 111 Then ho walked straight to the cashier demanded his pay resigned his position and walked out Some time after some one asked the captain to tell the story ot how he stopped the leak Oh them aint nothing to tell re plied the captain She got foul of a tug and listed some and I sorter plugged her up Been so long I night forgot about it New Zealands White Population Tho white population of Now Zealand Is now 890000 having increased 117000 in the lost flvo years t I MYSTERY OF THE DEANS Trick fox Which You Can Make and Have Lots of Fun With l vory boy likes to do tricks Mil when ho can easily make bit own trick his joy is doubled Hero Iaa neat ono and Is made thus Oct somo thin plno strips and whit tie out two sldos the shape of those shown In an Illustration cutting grooves for the covers at tho top and bottom as tho box has a cover above ad below Next whittle out the find pieces which ore square just like tho ends of any box Nail the sides and ends together and fit in the coven The Box and the Two Covers which slide in the grooves Ono or tho covers has the comer slightly dell lowed out so that a anwll bean mar bo glued In tho hollow wed slip over the end when the cover It drawn oa without catching Now explains tho Philadelphia Ledger put three beans loosely In the and shut tho lids bofora displaying thejbox to your friends Hold tho box loosely In your band so that either side may bo turned Hfl and oak ono of your friends to guess Odd or lives If he says ovtm turn tho box so that tho cover with the liMn glued to the undo side Is uppermost and side It off when three boons will be seen In tho hex It the box is turned tho other side up aatl the cover slId off four beans will bo seen in the bottom and tier you eta mystify your friends by wftfetotg tho boas odd or oven at will THE WANDt It Can Be Made to Do a Puzzling Trick r A stick about a yard JOUR two 4M two pipes and another Kick MB told out on the table by Ute perforjow Then he requests two of u spools tore to BUok the pins In atUwr essil of one stick Tills done be ratmtU two of tho others to take up the pipes those balng of cloy and MtnraBy very fragile TIteR Ute sUek with the Bins In Ute end Is to be laid awM the pipes the ptM sloe toochUg the hawk In this position while the spectators are holding the pipe sap porting the tlok the performer olelto freaking the Stick book and with an extra slick or wand strikes the first slick a hard blow exactly In the center breaking It neatly in halt without shattering the pipes a surprising feat ns every ono well knows how easily olay pipe break even In tho gentle process or bubble blowing Tho explanation of this seeming bit of magic says Good Literature lies In the fact that the blow is given so suddenly that time litheInstinct Perhaps Small and hungry Julia climbed to her seat at the tea table the other evening and exclaimed in eager delighted caressing tones Oh Jolly Wo are going to have jolly1 Just love Jolly but mamma what makes it so nervous Royat Magazine A Great Favorite 4 Tho German ambassador Speck TOn Sternberg hoe won tho hearts of tbe+ Roosevelt boys by teaching tbera horseback riding and Jumping The FranceGelman Can You Get Through the Shamrock Maze Inli Your Way to Each ii f the Three Centers In Turn Without Crowlna Your Path f CEMENT DIPPING TANK Can 6e Cheaply Built and It Better Than One of Planking An excellent dipping tank can be rondo of cement It can be built as cheap or cheaper than with boards and la much more durable Wo would advise all who are contemplating mak ing any articles of coinont whether it ho tanks posts afdownlks or anything nlso to sued to tho secretary of agrl culture Washington for farmers but iotln No 236 Dig tho hole for the cement dip ping tank eight Inches longer and wider than the Interior of tho tank Is to be The end of tho tank from which the animals will mako their exit should bo slanting as shown At A In tho drawing Aflor tho holo has boon dug mix the mortar at the rtto of ono part cement to throo parts sand Fill in the bottom of the hole with a smooth layer four Inches thick Leave this till It has dried sufficiently to hoW up a man Then make a box out of Inch lumber that Is eight Inohee narrower and four Inches shorter than the Interior of tho holo This box Sectional View of DIppIng Tank should be used In making the three pentetidthiter sides of the tank but the slanting title should IHt loll open to be Imilr after the other threw wall have JriPd WhM tble Lox Is set Into tile Utif it will leave roar inehos on either stir f tho aides sad four Inehe on UK i Tp ndlciitar ead of tho bat and thr walls nil In the mortar In this UfOinK and lenv till It has ml flctoBiiy drlI1 to rctaoTO tie box Then b floor on the slant should IM made stnrt err the bottom and pat m a lajrr f anent four inches tltldk allow si to roach eft laches epwanl on tl Iflln At Use top al Ibis layer m truhes wklo glees n leee of 2x1 s ifat It will oitead one lack nbovt in surface of UM content Theo tar Another layer of eemenl ah lashes raids above lids In Ute slant flnlshtng with another 1x3 Coatlmii this till the entire iitellM has beep QUilted H la neeeasNry to havo 110 2xSs Imbedded In the oetamt to af ford a toothed for the animal when It attempts to como out of the tAnk ere cement Is vary slippery In some of tho weetorn states where tho sole is naturally dry and vary hard n great many make dipping tanks by Imply ptastorlog tho intoner walls ef dirt with two or three coats of Dement Such a method of con itruotlafl will answer tho purpose whon none but hogs and sheep are to bo dipped but for tbo larger animals bolnetrollenmush moro durable and a great deal cheaper In tho end to make fourInch walls as suggested above Tho tank should bo to located that It can be easily fenced Usually by placing It at ono lido of tho hog pens but one side need be fenced tho hog fence serving fOr the qlhor side WEANING RIOS How to Handle Them During the Most Critical Period of Their Growth Tho weaning porlod Is tho most critical porlod In tho plga life Hog rsleors make two mistakes In weaning pigs First In weaning altogether too young and second In not getting them used to eating before weaning A pig IB not In condition tq depend altogeth or on feed from the trough before It Is ter at least ten weeks old Although It may seem previous to this time that they art not getting much sustenance from their mother that little helps wonderfully therefore feed tho moth ers so they will keep up n good flow of milk until the pigs can hilly depend on themselvesAll have a weak stomach or putting it in bettor words all young animals stomachs are deranged very easily hence tIll necessity of feeding thntn on feeds that aro not fill ed with hulls such as aro found In barley or oatmeal says Northwestern Agriculturist All grains rondo Into stop should first have these hulls rev moved and then bo soaked but not al owed to sour before bolng fed There hould always be a aldo trough pro vided for thovltttlo pigs while they are running with their mothers where they can learn to eat and then they will do much better at weaning time At weaning time if It can be BO arranged that tho mothers can be removed and tho pigs loft In their old runs and sleeping and feeding places they will feel more lit homo and will not worry nearly so much ns whoa tho pigs aro taken away and put In strange quarters It will also pay to glvo particular attention to their beds at this critical time U SCRATCHES IN HORSES Simple Abrasions of Skin may Result In Permanent Detect Wo see groano heels nnd Itohy legs In very many stables especially where draft horses are being raised When a Jiorne gets a grease log ho Is at once pronounced an unsound horse simply from tho fact that this log cannot In most cases bo reduced to Its normal alto Groaso legs usually begin with scratches which Is caused by a bad condition of tho lioraort blood Some horses aro much moro subject to this than others In fact it has been claimed that horses with a round bone aro moro subject to these detects than the flatter boned breeds I have found that the horses most subject to these disorders are those that have either been Improperly fed or have been worked too heavily and become run down in condition Frequently a maro that has been nursing a colt during the summer and then put Into heavy work during the tall months and during this tlmo fed on now grain An the maro loses her flesh some swelling of the legs Is noticed and some Itching Tho maro is continued at hard work until tbo work stops oft suddenly her blood then Is overheat ed and getting Impoverished causes the logs to swell Bllll moro causing tho skin to bo feverish and by the rub- bIng that follows soon brooks the skin and with tho swelling breaks open the flesh Just at tho Joints then the trouble begins an open wound constantly Irritated and subject to In fuctlon besides the animal having bad blood such a wound It Is almost impassible to heal unless tho oautq is removed horses that got poor In flesh are subject to many ailments and soratehes Is ono of tho most objoo tlonablo of these When a horse shows any signs of swollen togs his case should bo taken In hand at onto Tho trouble then IB not hard to overcome Very frequent Iy a change of grain with a boiled feed once a day or bran mash with lighter work giving the online system a bhang and rest a light physio such as a pint of raw linseed oil given on an empty stomach followed by light food and a rest will often restore the normal condition How much sailor this treatment Is than to allow the ease to continue until the horse gets all out of coadlUon Good and proper feeding Is the cure for such troubles and In nine calo lIt of every ten eases Is preventive means nays Farm Life If tho ease has reach ed the advanced stage first thorough ly wash tho lop with an antiseptic so lution and rttduoe the swelling by rag liar exercise apply a oooMag liniment and give UM swollen limbs a aloe rub bing which will exercise the circula tlon Do not expect the trouble to en Urely dlmppear In a week It perhaps took month to get tho horse In this condition and It will naturally take time to throw this off Thick legs are usually the result of neglect In walt oases while tho boric may be able to do plenty of work after getting a thick log he Is certainly un sound SMALL COLONY HOG HOUSE One with Full Length Door and Two Windows Proves Satisfactory Tho sketch shown herewith Is of a colony hog house used by an Illinois farmer It dims not differ materially from others that have been published except for the fact that it has a door extending from tho base to the top Pond OIIi L r Small Colony Hoghouse two windows on each side It la built Gt4 foot high In front and four feet high in the rear Bottom Is 8x8 The advantage of having a door says Prai rie Farmer Is that a man flay enter without putting himself to a great deal of Inconvenience Believing that tho hogs need plenty or light windows have been placed on either side of the door STOCK NOTES Your horse will servo you better it he Isnt afraid of you Tumor should bo opened when rlpo and washed with a carbolic acid solutionCaro nnd feed of the pig from birth to maturity are tho secret of success nnd profit nine vitriol rod lead and nitrio acid equal parts by weight Is an effectual dressing for footrot A well brod pig In tho hands of a poor feeder will soon bo a sorry sight Not a bit of profit In him Put bells on the town It they run In tho woods or brush pastured It will save time In looking for them Experienced shepherds say that sore teats and sore udders are often trace ablo to rations of a too nitrogenous nature No ration has over boon found that will beat clover pasture nud corn for fattening hogs The wise stockman Is working tile combination I for all it is t worth HYE YEARSENTENCE IMPOSED UPON 8CHMITZ THE GRAFTING MAYOR ROARS OF THE MIGHTY THRONG Proclaimed Its Approval of Sentence Lawyer Metson Threatened With County Jail San Francisco Cal July 9Eugene E Schmitz was sentenced to servo five years In the San Quentin state prison for extortion and the great throng packing the courtroom roared its ap proval in one of tho most astonishing outbursts ever hoard In a California court Schmltz fought against his sentence In n way to render the scene as pain ful as that of an execution Ho pr- oto against the words that Judge Dunno was using words that burned worse than the sentence itself He kept Interrupting protesting his rights as an American citizen and declaimed against a lecture that humiliated him Attorney William Matson also broko In to protest against what he called oruel and inhumane punish moat and Judge Duane threatened him with Jail Ho retorted with a counter throat and tho expression of a willingness to meet tho judge In court or nowhere And so things were at tho ticklish point when tho actual words of son tense woro pronounced It had been thought that a majority of tho tiptoeing crowd that overspread Into tho neato of tho lawyers had a sneaking friendliness for tho mayor but once tho flvo year penalty was inflicted there was a revolution Thats bully shouted a voice and a roar of approval wont up that made the stout building tremble Thats the stuff shouted another and there was a great clapping of bands and stamping of tooL Sand DInan along with him roared one and Chief Jerry Dlnan turned in his place and asked savagely Whos thattSchmltz turned to taco the mob evidently astounded by the demonstra hon Ho saw that practically all pros ont were against him Tho prosecutors were OB much scar prised as any Otto They had no idea that their work had met with such gon oral approval until that shout same from the crowd mado up of all kinds and conditions of men with a sprink ling of curious women And yet on top of that Schmltz reiterated In a statement dictated to the press his intention to run for mayor of San Frnnefeco and submit his ease to the decision of popular vote Of all those present he was tile only ono who did not know at epee that his day was done that the people were overwhelm Ingly against him Judge Dunno ohlded Sheriff ONeil tor not suppressing tho demonstration but Sheriff ONolla plea was that ho could not suppress that with an em phasta on the word was entirely wall taken ONell and his deputies had thought that the crowd was for Schmltz Instead of aginst him and they had ho notion that such an out burst was poslble Schmltz says tho people are always right but that whoop demonstrated that they aro not right for him BOMB AGNATES HOME Residence of John Condon In Chicago Badly Damaged by Explosion Chicago July 9An otempt was made to blow up the house of John Condon the race track magnate and leader in the recent fight between the Woiteru Jockey club and the American Turf association Either dynamite or some other powerful explosive was used by the person or persons who sought to harm the owner of the place and his family As a result of tho explosion a hole seven feet In diameter was made in tho building several windows in the house wer shattered costly bricabrac and three largo oil paintings were badly damaged None of the occupants suffered any injury At the time of the explosion the street In front of the house was crowded with automobile and tar rlages but no one saw any one in the vicinity of Mr Condons residence when the explosion occurred Heat Crazed Mun Runs Amuck New York July 9Armed with a hatchet and cnizc1 by tho heat a workman on a Wall street building ran amuck among his fellows fatally In juring one and dangerously wounding two others Ho was then attacked by tho crowd which had gathered and narrowly escaped death himself Two Uri Drowned Redwood Falls Minn July 9SIWo Hughes of Echo and Margaret Yackel of this city war drowned In Lake nod wood Tho girls were about 13 years old and wero In bathing Heat Overcomes MIlitia Norfolk Va July DTen members of the First Kentucky regiment durlnj tho closing 4rlll at the exposition were overcome b heat and the hospital was kept boo The regimental surgeons had to call m other physicians to assist In handling the cases Mother and Son Dead Galveston Tex July 9Sirs Louts Herbert and little son of Beaumont wore killed by a train here They jumped from an automobile trying to escapi the cars but were caught beneath the i wheels The automobile was uninjured GOT THROUGH WITH WINGS They Could Be Transferred to the Rival Company You may have read said the trav cling agent of an oil company to tho Kocheslor Democrat you may have read that at an Investigation by In terstato commorco commissioners wit nesses said even ministers of tho gospel were bribed to help the oil of a certain company along That may bo pretty strong but let me tell you about a certain deacon In a certain town on myroute After I had taken orders In tho town for a time I found him opposed to me He was getting a gallon of kerosene free each week and tho way ho did talk up the other company was blissful to hear My buyers found that he was hurting the sale of my oil and wanted me to strug gle with him I was delaying the matter and wondering how best to approach the deacon when I ran across him at the depot one day on my ar rival I know he did not drink and did not smoke and it was embarrass ing to toll Just how to approach him While I was hanging around li friend whispered to me that the other com pany had gone back on the deacon nnd was no longer supplying him free With this knowledge In my possession I braced up to him and said Well deacon I hopo to convince you yet that my kerosene will give more light than any other made Um ho replied as ho twiddled his thumbs I should like to give Perkins the grocer orders to leave a gallon nt your house every week free of cost to you WellIdontmlnd he slowly replied You can see how It compares with the other companys you know I have hoard you say that the president of the othor concern deserved angels wings Yes I bellevo I have said some thing to that effect And his kerosene still continues to give the best of satisfaction does i- tWellerI couldnt say that I am not burning any of it now Indeed And trouble No particular trouble except that President Ulank seemed to get tired of wearing the angel wings I fastened on to him and now It you wont then you can tell Perkins to send around tho gallon weekly Family Reunion In China No people on earth observe family ties so closely and hold no many family reunions as the Chinese Tho Scottish clans have no closer bonds of union than the families In China In America It Is the Individual but In China It Is tho family No Im portant stop Is taken without a fam Iy caucus If one member goes wrong tho disgrace rests upon tho whole family to the remotest degree of relationship The disgrace often Is folt so keenly In case of a heinous crime that the offender Is takon away by permission of the courts and the death penalty Inflicted by members of the family Thats the way tho family purges limit The feature In the family life In China Is the big reunion onco every two years One member of the fam ily acts as secretary and enters In a big book the new additions to the family In this way Is kept a com plete biography of every person In China Kansas City Star Down on the Farm Tho unsophisticated chap from the city had passed his first night In tho old farmhouse Wall neighbor drawled the farmer at breakfast how did you sleep last night Sleep blurted the city chap In disgust Why man Jwas turning and turning all night Tim old man laughed uproariously Kept turning did you neIghbor Wall I told you that you would sleep like a top- Funny eh Well do you know there was so much loose straw in the mattress It kept getting In my ears and noao all night Just so stranger When you asked about the bed didnt I say It would tickle you to death And then the old farmer passed over the leftover pie and black coffee Indian Princes Jewels When tho steamship Arabia arrived at Tilbury England recently tour cases of undistinguished appearance wore handed over to four men em ployed by tourist agents Each man guarded his case with particular care never releasing his hold upon It dur- Ing the train Journey to town On arrival at Liverpool Street eta tion the four men each hugging his charge entered a van sat on their cases and wero driven to Ludgato circus where the cases were immediately consigned to the sates The mysterious boxes contained the hereditary Jewels of the Maharajah of Blkancer who arrived in London a short time ago The Jewels which are valued at about 5000 were guarded in India by an armed escort Taking No Chances An old woman was ill in a tenement and a kindly neighbor took a bottle of whisky to her The neigh bor said she would glvo the old wom an n glass of the whisky then and an other In tho morning The old woman received the first glass About ten minutes elapsed and then she sud denly exclaimedeYoud better lets boy the other coo ye heer o so sony sudden deetljs ooadays 1855 Berea College 19078 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all Over SO initmlers 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library is Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for ucla grade and for each saps JNt S- tmy classes that each student eau be placed witJa otkars kkueli where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter TO MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Saaae UcrcM library and general advantages as for sore advanced ttvdeats Arks metic and the common branches taufht ia the right way DrawN Singing Bible Headwork Lessons Is Farm and Houeefiald Kaatj ment etc Free text books TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade frac tions and compound numbers Brickwork Para Management Priafc ing Woodwork Nursing Dressaaaking Household Haaag a etLearn and Eara- ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE a years fer those wke kw largely finished common brastches The most practical and mt re fr ing studies to fit a young person for aa life Choice of Studies is offered H this course a that a man may secure a diploma ia Agriculture aad a youag laiy it Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL years to fit far bueiaeas Eves l part of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY two three sad fear you coarse with Latin German Algebra History Scieace etc itt8CIec caDefe COLLEGIATE four years Literary Scientific and Classical costa es with use of laboratories eciemtific apparatus and all modern met ods The highest educational standaraa INORMAL three and four jear courses fit for the profession eJ teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools eaablei one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter amd spring terms give the information culture aid framing necessary feta true teacher and cover branches necessary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Plane Theory Bandmay be takes aa aa extra la connection with aay course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a moneymaking institution AU the money received from Students is paid out for their benefit tad the ScheeJ expends oa an average upon each student about fifty dollars a yeas more than he pays in This great deficit is made up by the gifts ol Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea ia order thaw it may train young men and women fer lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to- protect the character and reputation 0 the young people Our students come from the best Tamilies and are earnest to do well and improve For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra chargeAll except those with parents in Berea live in College buildings and assist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except in winfter it is expected that all will have a ohance 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 tarn from CO cents to one dollar a week- IERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing Iwndry postage books ales vary with different people Berea favors pkia dotaiag Our climate is the best but as students mutt attend theses regardless of ta weather warm wraps and anderclothiagnabrella tad cverahees art necessary The Ce opsratlvo Stare famishes books toilet articles umbrellas aaA ether meceseary articles at cat Living Exveues are really below cost The College sake mo rest for the fine buildings in which ftvieats live charging oalysaougbroer- ent to pay for cleaning repairs tel lights as y and towels For table board wit seat cfee or extras 136 a week ia the fall and 150 in winter Fer room tarnished fail lights wua ing of bedding 40 cents a week ia fall tad spring 60 cents ia water School Fees are two lint a Dollar Diftrii as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This ii paid but oace aad is returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Ftu to help oa expenses for care of school buildings hospital library etc Stud pay nothing for tuition er services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift The laeideatal Fee for most students is 500 a term 400 in lower Kedel Sehoola ftOO in courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate course Pat crest be a advance incidental fee and room teat by UM term board by the month lantallatsata are as tenors Fer Water Tern 13 weeksPint day 1700 betide 1 tIe posit 28th day 600 j COth day 100 total oU If paid all ia advance 28 Fer Sprfeg Tern 10 yeebJint day 1440 Ut day 540 BStb day 270 total 2350 If paid all in adnaee 200 The two terms tKetlfer paid for a advaact it a reductiea et 250 making only 4990- Leacsr Wirier Tew l6 weeksyFirst day M60 Mtk day 900 Beth day 600 j 84th day 540 total 2900 If jaiell m advance 3700- Refattdiag Studeata esewd te leave fefore ead ef term receive back all they UTe advanced oa beard sad room west that BO aBew aace k made fer ay fraction ef a week sad a tfrr cects ia charged for leaviag the boarding ball sad illy coats for leavfag a eeta- ha term time There it ao refsadlag of ineldeatal fee H rays to Stay Whea yea Have made year jeuraey tad us well started in school it pas to stay M fete as poesftla The Pint Day of fall term U September n 1907 rot iaforaaati er mllldIylance write te tIm Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY I That Premium Knife takes Ull of the rasa ad boys who see It The ssoaatam people 11ka thug whoa they see it and to get a 75 peal knife with two bade of rases steel saida dollar paper bat I worth saers to the meuaUla people than any otter d papas la the world The Knife and The Citlzw for One Dollar t That briin in MBMrlatfeM all is tins fee full psaltwaF JMta pelt LV THE HOME I Recipe for Blackberry Jam lljr Mm J O Clark A good way to make blackberry jam is to tako early harvest apples peal slice and stew and then mash up as for pies To ono half gallon of blackberries tako one half gallon of mashed apples and sugar to taste Boil all together until thick whichwill not tako long This gives the jam a good flavor and is quicker than the old way I THESCHOOL 1 Problems of the District School Ily Prof Dlnimore Part 5Practical Teaching In both manners and morals the best instruction is tho example of the teacher Precept is valuable when it is backed up by example but precept without example is practically worthless The teacher stands in the eyes of the pupils as the embodiment of all that is wiso and good His every permitshiriisolfhim ns thoir example In conduct and manners the teacher should never do anything ho would disapprove in his pupils 9 Good Order The school room is a study room Quietness is quietnessllutstoutly going forward Those necessitate noise How shall we make the two ideas compatible In this way During most of th day the majority quietThbsedesk and thus removed from the immediate presence of those who are en gaged in study The noise of the recitation being a regular thing and a part of the school is but little disturbing The calling and dismissing of possibleOrdershould be or as agreed upon Any irregularity that is unnecessary or not done forth good of the school is disorder Any disturbance that is necessary must be endured such as attending to the Fire or adjusting the windows Allunnecessary disturbances must be avoided That is the rule The most common sources of disorder are whispering running to the teacher for information getting drinks awl leaving the room Scores of other annoyances are liable to happen but the above constitute three fourths of the disorder in the average schools So a few words about each with some general principles must suffice for all Many prefer not to forbid whispering entirely The trouble ut carrying out such a rule and the inconvenience it entails upon the pupils seem to be sufficient reason for this But it must be curtailed by some means There is nothing more annoying than constant whispering Con versation should be absolutely prohibited and if two or more pupils engage in any considerable amount of whispering they must be gently but firmly made to understand that it cannot be Separation may be sufficient but if it is not something more drastic must bo used The main thing is that the teacher should be determined but should not use any harsher means than are necessary to keep down the evil In visiting scores of country schools the writer has observed a prevail ing habit that almost ruins many otherwise good schools It is that of running to the teacher to have a word pronounced While ho is hearing a class a string of children extending from tho seats to his elbow keep up n constant interruption A child comes up with her finger pointing to a word that she perhaps knows very well or could early find out and while she teachertto her seat often not knowing what the teacher said The next child with finger pointed extends her book and so the procession continues When the last one has had her turn the first is ready to bpgiu the next round The class reciting gets but little of he teachers attention They must either wait or go on as best they may- Continued Next Week I THE FARM I Tho Hobson Idea Plan of Hero of Merrlmac to Improve His Congressional Dlstrlct From the New York Tribune Hy J A llontteel Yh n Bureau of Soil IVnililneton D O Mr Hall who is to have charge of the investigations lending to the much needed Appalachian Forest Reserve next talks on forests He calls attention to tho bad forestry seen every day to the little forest fires which like Herod slaughter the baby forest trees to wasteful logging and to the marvellous opportunities everywhere presented in the Sixth district for cutting timber when it is ripe securing the steady annual income and sav ing the forest His talk is always followed by regrets on the part of some that they have sold their birthright to an alien timber company for a mess of pottage an by rejoicings on the part of others that they have been saved thousands of dollars through a twentyminute talk by a man who knows Many timber buyers have told Captain Hobson with what good grace they could muster Well you have raised the price of timber on us all over your district- S C Lancaster who made the roads of Madison County Tenn thereby doubling land values and building an eternal monument to himself speaks liext on road building He does not talk of stone roads and boule varda but of how to mate good dirt road with ft tight roof and n dry cell Jar He shows how the King splitlog drag furnishes the roof ami a little ditching fixes the cellar He brings in a bucket to illustrate his point on road location that the bail of a bucket is as long standing up as lying dowel calling forth applause and creating an interest which will reduce many a bud grade by relocating roaUs around instead of over a hill He calls attention to thu gravel deposits available for home use In his evening talks ho uses nn acetylene lantern and SrlOnS splendid views of nncieut nnd modern roods md of foreign and home roodbuilding lie shows four I Tell fl sseo mules bogged two milk cans nnd tho sumo rood with two mules hauling twelve hales of cotton of six thousand pounds This is his bfforu and after picture Engineer Lancaster onrno from Seattle loj Washington and thence to Tuscaloosa Ala to make this trip He has ien t1mrto for the maiu talk utthe MemJlhl roods and drainage conferences and he is to return to taxpnyfng WAshington to finish his York there of building good roads in that northwest sUiteIl Oonlinuni Nod Week Old Universities Oxford and Cambridge bold an un disputed primacy among English unt Uea Toe moet sUattom and- enlightened Modern effort cap produce not lIbj to rival the dUeatfled tra dition of oratories of learning let amid quiet town mediaeval build iiiKt and beautiful muglo tJnlTernUy ltavteW- t Herolnea Who Wear Well The uptodato heroine my tear her soul to shreds and tatters may suffer 1agony from an uneasy conscience be plunged Into the depths of poverty and distress or Indulge In a career of dissipation that would ruin tho constitution of a Hercules but aba still retains her beauty and her grace and at 30 or 40 outshines awoataad r twenty Book Monthly r L Nor In the Same Flat 1 HnprlTiPss and suplclon cannot dwell under the same root I u H WitchesIdoors sad windows to keep away witches and their maMgti Influence had great vogue la the days when belief In witchcraft was preValeat The I ancient Romans drove nails In the walls of houses as a protection tbeyjwould have nailed them up Fared Uri nd Cjilcfj S How strong It the Influence of the brigand In Bleily Is shown In recent I proceedings at the CoHanlMetla as Iwhere four of the baud of tbo notorious Chief Fallla MoJono were wftiI tOjbo The Foreign Devil Continued from tInt regal one father says never fear think you little one that father would let any harm come to youl No no not for a moment Growing quiet but slowly with n sigh of relief the boy repeated Aro foreign devils worst of all father and what does foreign mean Well for tho little ono that deep shadows around his bed hid from him tho quick flash of anger and hatred In the priests evoe Controlling him self quickly however tho reply came In a hard volco that bo strove In vain to soften Yos they nro tho worst of all and foreign means they do not belong here they have no right 110ro he stopped abruptly finding that ho could not trust himself to speak calmly of the hated Invaders There little one father promises that it they do como here as there Is some rumor they may they shall not harm us Bitterly to himself he thought Havo they not harmed us enough already Was it not because multitudes of the people throughout the land had forsaken the belief of their fathom and bowed down to a new God Iho God of the hatod foreign de- vilswas it not as punishment for this that tho terrible famine had come upon the land and lllnoes and per haps death to tho one being in life that ho loved and needed A tap at tho door startled him for It was put midnight lIe glanced at tho boy sleeping again and wont soft ly to the door To his low question Who la there came back the answer It Is Holy Fathor a doctor from a tar country who thinks ho can cure your boy He Is a good man rather and has brought much food and medicine for our starv Ing people Ho has saved many who were sick many who wore dying Will you not let him In The Taolnla Itlllo boy that wo all know was dying Is now well again The florae conflict going on In the Priests heart yielded and the door flew open A Chinese writer or literary man entered followed by a flaehandblood foreign deviL Without a word the Priest motioned the Doctor to the bedside and offered a seat to the Chinese writer though neither exchanged a word but sat with eyos Intent upon the physician a he bent over the child Health and good cheer seemed to radiate from tho kindly physician and a ray of comfort stolo Into the weary heart of tho Priest The Doctor from la far country bad hastened to the rescue when news came of tho terrible famine and with provisions and med icine he had brought life and hope In to hundreds of homo where despair and in many oases death had preced ed him Hagprly the Priest watched and when he turned to the writer who was evidently noting oa his Interpreter the questions regarding the child were willingly answered Their conversation awakened the boy and when thoy turned at his cry they found him gazing with adoration upon the face of the physician who touched by his look of love and won der bent over him and spoke sooth ingly A little wasted hand crept timidly out from under the bedclothes and touched tho Doctors ruddy check tenderly wonderingly See said the writer ho loves him already It Is always so Wher ever he gore tho children love him Turning from potting the child the physician poured out a draught for him to drink With unquestioning obedience the boy allowed himself to bo lifted up and drank tho contents of the glare As ho lay down again with a smile of content upon his face he murmured Give tome of the good tiling to father Tho physician not uudenUndlng what he said gathered from the ab rupt gesture of the Prloat an inkling of a feeling of hostility Leaving some medicine and food for the chill he gave Instructions to the writer who translated them to the Priest- and with inany bows on both side the vUltors left father and son to gether the boy lnking Into a deep chop There WM no sleep that night how VisUAlUlltlt mlsalODalJjdared within the famine district where ref ugees had MQftecated because of the insistence at the starving multi tude rettaulr roaming the streets I lagging beggK hopelessly begging i In the night when the exhausted anfterert were for the mot part sleep lag or sunk in a stupor mlHlonarlee tunnyhomesdrove them into the shelter of their own homes again During the day they kept within doors and dealt KB beat they could with the mobs that InoMeantly boeleged their doors and windows Tho heart of tho kindly Doctor familiar as he was with scones or ant overcome and tears rallied down hIs cheeks as ho dispensed his stores ferine and misery was many times hero a little and there a lllllo alas how lllllo On ono occasion as he nnd the writer were going their rounds at night they stumbled over an object by the roadside Their Jan terns revealed a skeleton in chllds clothing Shuddering the Doctor asked about it and was told rather Indltfor enlly Alas it died of starvation and tile family being too poor to give it a burial left It out by the road side aud tho dogs have done the rest Again in passing a wretched hovel a cry from within arrested their at tention In tho darkness an emaciat ed man tottered from tho doorway an foil on his knees at their feet begging not for himself ho was willing to diebut for his children at least hip boy lhat they might havo enough to keep thom alive Being assured that the children should havo food he attempted to rlso and show them Into tho homo but so weak was ho from starvation that It was with groat difficulty thoy assisted htm to his feet Tho Doctor looking for pallenta as he entered the hut of misery no tired on tho floor a bundle of humanity apparently about three feet long that he supposed was one of the children re forrcd to Approaching ho could not repress a startled exclamation as nn old womans head poked Itself out of the bundle Drawn with rheumatism wasted by starvation sho had shrlvoled to the small bundle that had eeomod to Indlonto a child SIlo was not concerned for herself nor tho man for her and neither seemed to care much about tho two daughters who were probably dying all Interest and hope centered in the ono boy of the household Important It was that ho should live and keep tho ancestral incense burning In the midst of many horrors how over ono thing had cheered the phyel clans heart greatly In many very many cases where ho had dispensed food ho had found fathers and moth ors giving It out to tho children and tbelmoroIt was the succumbed first and many were the homes of elderly people left desolate where a short time before the sound of merry voices had been the cheer of the household A few midnight visits to Ue home of the Priest brought a quick Improve meat In tho oondlllon of the sick child nnd the fathom gratitude was beautiful to see as he dumbly watched the physicians ministrations As hope Increased In his heart ho gathered courage to ask through the interpreter the trembling question Will ho live IHHIkapefathers hearL Unable to repress and rej1I0fAre you BO happy fBtllerr mur mured tho little follow who hall not hoard their oonvwsallon so far had he been on his way to the land of nod So very happy falherr Then aa he nestled In his fathers embrace his glance rested on the face of the Doctor to whom he motioned eagerly Father said the child n the Doctor took his hand its tho for olgn man who has made us happy isnt U Patting his fathers cheek caressingly and smiling up Into the faco of the physician he said as his eyes closed sleepily Not foreign devil falher but foreign angel PR ONE LONELY VOTER Remarkable Election Held In a Dis trlct In France A curious election took phase at Los Sables in the department of the Var recently whon a single cheater drew up the whole list of candidate and was the only ono to vote Ho naturally voted for his whole list hiraeei Included The commune oontalM about BOO Inhabitants Some time ago the municipal council resigned Elections were held on Novr iber 28 last when only four men came to voto There was to be a second election last Sunday TiM whole day passed and not a solitary voter appeared A quarter of an hour before the legal limit of time elapsed a benevolent citi zen at last appeared drew ut a list of ten candidates including himself and voted A quarter of an hour later the election woe declared legally valid end the other nine candidate were duly notified of their eleotkw They have since declined la a body to be alected by a stogie vote The mood natured cltlMo therefore who alone voted now constitutes by himself the town council of Lee Sables What Ii stranger still is that be may Invoke a precedent In fact on a previous Oc eanian another olUzen was also the Solo voter at an election nnd yotsd for hlawelf remaining legally In office for ten years This would Indicate that political activity Is at n low obb In tho Var and yot the French prime minister M Clemonceau is senator for that department Perhaps his energy makes up for the negligence of the rest Sea Water Drawn Into Clouds Tho layer pf time sea taken up In clouds each year IB now estimated at 14 feet in Ihlcknooa NEWS OF KENTUCKY Twslay Told Information Ctnotmtaf Matters of Current InUrtei to Kontucklana TILE STATE NEWS IN A NUTSMLLL Mere Are Found Accurately KeteMeri the Happenings of the Larfeet Im port Which Are Attracting Attn tion Throughout Kentucky Lexington Ky July 13The grand Jury at Freatonburg has found indictments against James FlUpatrlck and j four cousins Bob William T Jolter i son and John charging them with participating in the feud which re suited In the murder of Andy Coburn few days since The FlUpatrloVa In at their home flftcon miles book the knobs and say they will not surrender to the law and BO far noI officer has been found to undertake their arrest Coburn wai seated In tho courtoom listening to former Con gressman Frank HopkliB argue a case when tho older FlUpalriak It Is charged walked up behind him and shot him three times to the back making his escape from tho room un molested STRING OF INDICTMENTS A Kentucky County Stirred by Report of Grand Jury Owen ton Ky July DTho grand jury of Owen county for the Juno term has Just made a report to CIr- cuit Judge n F Menefce The report is tho culmination of investigations Into the fiscal affair of tho county which havo boon In progress for rev eral months Tho Indictments Include malfeasance in omce obtaining mon ey under false pretenses and false swearingCounty Judge W P Yanoey Is In dicted twice for malfeasance In of Ace T P Prather magistrate and member of the fiscal court is Indicted throe times for like offenses Magis trite J C Jones Is called upon to answer one Indictment for roaliea sauce one for fake swearing and one for obtaining money under false pre tenses Jacob Boll and W B long of the fiscal body County Clerk R J Walker former County Superinten dent of Schools M II Bourse and ox County Clerk W P Swopo are among tho others Indicted THE HARQI8 CASE Prosecution Promises to Spring Some Surprises Sandybook Ky July 10 Special Judge W D Moody last night decided to oooUnue the ease of ledge James Hargt charged with killing Dr D D Cox at Jackson four years ago until next Monday and Instructed tho com monwealth to have their witnesses present and ready for tho trial The most important witnesses lor tho com monwealth are scattered over four or five states in tho West but ovary effort will be made by the prosecution to get the witnesses on tho ground in tlrao for the opening of court Mon day From Attorney Floyd Byrd It was learned today that the prosecu tion would have many surprises to spring during thin trial It Is reported that another eyewitnoas would bo In troduced to prove the confession of John Smith which caused tho Indictment of Judge Hnrgift and others for tho assassination of Dr Cox Kentucky Oar Association howling Green Ky July 1lheKentucky State liar association eon voned hero yesterday with a large attendance of the most prominent law- Ton of the state President ttvmn nf Covington presided John M Galla way delivered the welcoming address which was followed by tho nnnual address of tho president lIon Judson Harmon of Cincinnati addressed the convention last night In the Hands of a Receiver Louisville Ky July 9 O 0 Jail bas been appointed receiver for tho Starr Dry Goods company a Fourth street retail establishment by tho federal court in response to time poU tlon of creditors who instituted bank ruptcy proceedings Tho petition al loges tho liabilities of tho firm are 130000 with assets of about 75000 Four Drown In Creek BprIngflH Ky July IB111sa Nel lit Noe Wise Mary Coroelcwk and Jacob Pnrrlew of tills place wore drowned together with a negro boy on Little Beech fork Creak Tho young people were out In a row boat which was awamped by tJh high wind I Handsome Home Burned PaduoftD Ky July 11 BJIwley the country home of George a Wallace a capitalist Pt Arcadia near Paduoah burned to the ground The place is said to be the handsomest In the Purchase Loss 60000 partially in cured WallIa wind storm here seven oarpenlors were Injured by the falling walls of the new dormitory building at tho reform school Three aro seriously Injured Hanged Self In Jail Lexington Ky July 11Aaron McCabo colored under death Rent cnco for the murder of Martin ranged himself In the county Jail WRITE IT DOWN v This Is the Word Dorno to the Ears of All tho Presidents Mhd Summer Callers i SUCCESS OF HIS VACATIONI Depends Upon the ruptlon and This Mr Loeb Is Ef fectively Seeing ToMust State Your Business In Writing Oyster Boy N Y July IGPros 1 ident Roosevelt is more fully rook I ing his desire for freedom from oil i politicalI a hopedFor a month Secretary Loeb hasI made effectual use of the two words to which be has trimmed his Bummer I vocabulary Write IL No mat tor how Important one may think he Is how praising may be the business or whether one applies In person by letter or telephone to Mr range for an Interview at SaplDOreIHill in every Instance one ply in the summer vocabulary of tho secretory Write It And It is Mr Loebs most important business to I mean these words every time ho seys them It a visitor should belong to the numerous and common variety of band shakon he loaves tho blockaded portals of Oyster Day repealing to everyone that the president really wanted to see me but Loeb wouldInot let him If a pollllolaa a pull calls ho usually takes ono of tho seventeen dally trains book to Now York and denies with all the positiveness which tho lecrotary has C1used to him that he over was In Oya tor flay In his UteIThis years plans which are to per mit tho presidents governing land to control with ever so light a touch until September has departed have solved practically all of the difficult problems of giving the president of tho United States a real v zatlos With tho exception of an hour or so a day with the routine of official mat tent he is completely free to recreate or meditate When several matters accumulate which require the presence of II tIMId of a Roveraeatal department a con sultation with a political leader over a federal appointment or the eaten ston of omelet courtesies to a for elgn visitor a luneh la arranged and all the persons desired or neeeesary to be aeon are requested to arrive together They all come en the 1119 train and they all go away on the liM train and no matter how varied the nature of the business each guest has the personal and Individual attention of the president Borao tine during the s two hours Caught Oenenth HnplnoF- ort Wayne Ind July 13Jn a cotillion between a passenger train on the Grand Kaplds k Indiana and n switching train at Kalamazoo Mich last night Bngtnoer Thomas W Ha pan of this cUr was instantly killed i Hasans train was backed Into a switch to wait for tho passenger train and failed to dear before the latter was upon It llngnn Jumped from his 1 cab and fell under tho tender Just IIItthe engines struck and his head and both legs were out off Ifagan was formerly deputy clerk of Allen county and leaves a wife and family In this city Gives Burglars a Chance to Escape Fulnsount Ind July 13 When a citizen discover a burglar he Is In Blruatod to telephone tho waterworks where two sharp whlsUes will notify tho town marshal that ho Is wanted Tho whistle also serves to wars tho burglar to escape Collna Onto July 16John Lynch of Dayton who shot and killed Harry Martin hero June IS last was found guilty of second degree murder Tho Jury was out twentyseven hours Baron Speck Von Slornburg tho Gorman ambassador has Just return ed toAraorloa from n visit to Dorlln I and his estates In Germany THE MARKETS 0Current Quotations on Grain and Live stock at Leading Points GrainIndianapolis and Livestock Wheat WakTO We No 2 red BTttc CornNo2 s6 rye Oatslie 2 mixed 4WO Itey Clover 1600 01UO timothy 1U001UO millet 1200 O 1400 Qattie260 ft fl75 UopIOOOIOL Sheep 300Q500 Lambs J6WOCOO I At Cincinnati WheatTNo 2 red I5o Corn No 2 Cc OaU Ko I 47He Cattle 470600 loge460y6AL Sheep 285 Hec Lambe600070 At Chicago Wheat No 2 rod Me Cara No 2 Vse OatsNo2 41o Cat Mo 4JIO 74P stockers and feeders 300BOO UO8SUOO 810 Sheep 4004fOOO Innlll5500715 Livestock at New York Cattle 4500718 ItoseUOO CSO Sheep 380650 Lambs 700 Q975 At East Buffal- oCattle40007OO J Hogs 5600 640 3hct p 3jDO575 Lambs 600 oiBpWheat at Toledo I Sept 94Hc Doe 97c cash 92VJo DEtNiD BY MOYE ARE ALL THE CHIMES IMPUTEC BY ORCHARD OF THE FEDERATlON IPRESIDENT Explain Organizations U solicited Defense of Selt Con teased Assassin I Boise Ida Jjrly 11 Charka H iloyor went to tho stand aa a wltni1 for his folow defoadcnt William D linywood and bosldos making a po l Uvo dental of all too crimes attrilmi to him Md tho other fed mton leLd cm by Harry Orchard offered an ox i filanatlon of tho unsolicited appoarat of Western Federation of Minors as the defender of Harry Orchard Immedlato ly attar hla arrest at Cnldwvll for thw murder of Stwunenborg Moyor swore that It was Jack SImp kins who entactd Attorney Fred lIIhl at Spokane to go to Caldwoll to vtip retetit Orchard then known as Tbomlll liogea sad that It was at the rwjm ofslmpkHis that tie witness and litj wood MifeMquently advanced 1GOO from the funds of the federation to snout tho oxpufuo ot defending Or- chardI tor saM that ho and Haywo Oonfanroa with AUornoys Murphy and Hitter awl sulxoaiionUy gave MUiur 1400At various stages ot tho recital U defense offered In evidence a numbor of document Inctudlug a heretofp undisclosed Hw telegram whloh Slmpklns seat to tho federation heed quarters aad tho union at Sliver Cll Lila covering the move to protect UII federation which waa charged with tho crime within a few days attar It 00 currcdMoyvr began by saying that ho got lib first knowlwlgo of tho crime rrom tho Denver newspapers and that 011 tho evening oC January 4 nvo days atter tho crime a telegram In the fader tkHis cipher a code In which aertnln numeral represented tho alpfaalMi and pttMteaed In tkn ritual of tho or onntaatlon was used to transmit tho iwemvori to Ute local unloaacan to Harwaed flow Spokane U waa tong and the traaaaotlon wa difficult sad uaoectaln but he and Itaywood Apsred the next day that 1- Vas alciwd SUopWns and read Carl act get lawyer to defend 110 gap Aiwww Moyer imnM that he US last ions o iwii1 the weaeaga tbe n8W papal niig already cfaarsvd lecrlnx up 10 the frderatkK and that he decM 1 rn romwit John Murphy po viralfar tao federation ItetoN Lte K lll C PJ Mo iit hn left for Ohteaajo tltat Tttrr n hut that Harwood took tbe t lhattt asp nerd ofMMioil ooHNnaalcath with I Vo union at Saver Cab aad made an arnsRtnMtU to enkace Alto flay JiTu N iscnt to look after the In teraais f the federation and defer Oreltanl if nocuary The difcnig prwUued copies of tIlt ionsand all of It waa read i Into tie record BURSIED INDEBRIS Walls of Building Collapsed 1When Three Killed 19 Hurt Philadelphia July l1Tluee mea aro known to kayo btu killed onl t fatally hurt and 18 others were tn jurfe In the collapse of a new eonorot Imlldlng at the plant ot Brldgman Brw q Co About 10 men were at work on 0 tho able which gavo way end thy wor onrrlotl down In the debris Too body of M Hopklm and the bodlos of twu maWentinad colored men halo boo taken roan tko ruins It Is ballove there Aro uthera buried under the lioavy mass of concrete A jjtrlke ot laborers probably Raved tho live of many more men The men refused 40 hoist bricks alter work Ing hours unless they wore put douhlo wages Tho brloldaylng con tractor offered them limo and a hall lout thor roused to continuo work Consequently when tho bricklayers re ported for work they found no briul holated for them and they return 4umre Looted the Castle Dublin July 11 Another theft In Dublin castle Is reported Jewelry vat ued at J700 belonging to the Gusto dlan of the crown jewels Sir Arthur Vicars were taken It Is stated ut tin eame time the Jewels of the Order of St Patrick valued at 1250000 won fitolon Thus tar there III no clew tQ the thieves For Land Frauds Atlanta Oa July nW W Halpi charged with being Implicated In government land frauds 4n Golorado war arrested here by the United State authoritlesBolt Killed the Coy Carml ILL July ll ChrUtophor C llrowln ton agod 10 wua Instarfrtj killed by lightning west of this city I 30000 For an Arm Memphis Tunn July 11A vcrdlc of 30OOQ damage was awarded lAw tone a I Cronshaw against the Mum yhls Street Hallway Ca In tho ctrcul court here Cronshuw sued for 50001 for tho loss tvt his loft arm as tho ro cult of a street car Accident Death From Heat St touts July ILAn unldcntlflec main dropped dead on Poplar street Wednesday afternoon because of hit heat and throo proatratiuns woro re ported The raaxtou temporaUin wwae 03 degrees BLAMED ON TROUBLE HUNTERS IS THE WAR TALK DY MIKADOS AMBASSADOR tot the Slightest Cause for Anx let In tho Jnpanesonmerlcan Situation Now York July 1Moount Aok Japanrao ambassador to tho Unttud Statos addod his rbloo to that of Adm Yamamoto In proainlinlng tho hielUU fooling ot Japan for Ute United Stntca and the Americans and ridiculing the Idea ot war between tho two nations V eount AoUla opinion was glvon in tho form of a written statement J awed through tho secretary of tho Ja noose embassy In tho Hotel Astor reading I havo only to repeat what I hllv said tlmo and tlmo again that thor Is no JapaneseAmerican altualltul1 There exists between tho two govo moats no dlfforcnco of 411 fooling 01 whatever sort All this talk of possl bio trouble between the two natlo to devoted to each other Is a mere phantom creation of wild Imaglnlltlou that over sennit to haunt tho mind Irresponslblo story J13tonannd trou lIe hunters Thoro Is not tho slightest cause tor anxiety In the AmerlcanJopanese to latlons and It there Is any It Is 110t booauso tho actual oxlatcnco ot any dlC Jloulty between the two countries bllt because at tho detnaogc Influenco 01 Dorao unwarranted press talk tbat often tends to drlvo oven tho cnlmost tcmpor of tho publto into a whirl nl tempestuous rago At a luncheon which tho Japan Society ot America eavo at noon to Ills Excellency Adm Baron Yomantot In tho Hotel Astor sincere frlondsh and good will between Japan and the United States was oxprosscd and Rr Adm Coghlan Ambassador Aokl IInd Thomas J OUreln tho nowly nppolt cd United States ambaawidor to Japan gavo their hearty approval to tho 01 jecte of tbe Japan society In promoUi jileaaant relations between the Iwo countries Adm Yamamoto In replying to tho nJriroea ot wvloomo and folloltallo eakl It Is a great honor to see you hull and g NUeruen bore It U acv over M years alnee thl United State first ripened Intercourse with Japan and Introduced us to tho iinttoM of the west As I was born about that Ume I was taught In mt early days of existence of tko United Stale ainwet M lOOn aa my own coun try 1 have oafy elted my own oxpoo rtcfioe tat the same tMag can be ald with regard to a very large number oC my oosapatrtoU Wo all know what we owe to the CIn etl States for Uae aereloamseat of our IndUBtrleo and com ieree Mid ache for the education of 1 aamber of our eoantrymen We aIM PotaUy appreciate the smpeUty ikown us by tho Aaerloan during Ute ate war Our boat taterets eoMaterolal and itherwISA are so Intimately interwo cn anti the oordlal rotaetoa betwn UIJ for W years standlag are of 10 firm a nature that I eon confident affirm that they will never bo ilastro ot1 by mere trilling Incidents VETERAN SHOOTS HIMSELF After Saluting the Statue of His Old Commender Cliioace 111 July 12 Salutlns the iretize statue of his old oommftndei an unltlontinod man trtlT d to tray eon a member of Uic fighting arm It the Potomac klHd Umscit at 011 root of Grants monument In Lincol park by shooting himself In tho nottth The man was apparently iO year Od and wore r Urund Army button on the lapel ot his coat He had been eon walking restlessly about tho mor mont for wne time before he com iltted suicide lark Policeman Hays noticed bin nl he walked a little way oft from tile ronio figure A moment later thll policeman heard a shot and turnln Jlaw tho old man atfitrgerlag lily fnce iirned up toward the Image of th Ictorlous leader Officer Killed While Raiding Resort Plttsburg July 1ln a fight be wren negroes and policemen at Ens Mttsburg one policeman was 1ll1ell nnll another was probably fatull wounded The dead man was Patrick iulllvun It had been decided to raid 1 negro resort In tho rear of a plan In Linden avenue Officer Sullivan tel With a bullet in his head and died 0 tow minutes later Another omcer vhose name could not be learned wa lea struck by a bullet and WAS hut rlell to the hospital Killed By an Explosion Birmingham July 12C T Chad wick was killed and five others were bidly injured by an explosion In the mine of the Palace Coal and Coke Co Ice Plant Gone Las Vegas N M July 12The Ar mOllr Packing CoM f125000 Ice plant vlth 100 tons ot Ice Vas totally de roved by fire- ramous Wharves Imperiled nifwcostor Mass July 1zMacy of 0111 Jloiiccstera famous haft wharves torchoiiHua and ships were tiorlousl tiroatoned with destruction by fire hlch broke out In Uio plant of ton jloucostor Cohl Storage Co Noarl 76000 was tho damage done Killed Seeking Shelter Carml UI July JFreil Weir ago 17 a faro laborer drove hU teM under a largo troo to seek shelter frOUl 811 approaching storm Thtrcow truck by lightning and Volr and tears uUntiy killed INTO THHIRLP t WAS THE GACOLINE COAT DRAa OED BY MIGHTY CURRENT SIX MERRYMAKERS PERISHED atslityAt Point Where Occurred the Conewango la 175 Wide and Dam 15 Feet High Jamestown N Y July 13Agao lino boat containing nine people wenl ovor a dam in the Conewango creek near hare and six wore drowned The other threo had a narrow escape The dead are Mr and Mrs John Boat IInd their daughter Violet Mra Hilda Knox Mrs George Uakor all ot Warren nnd O p Uutts of Philadelphia Tho oth era In tho boat woro Joseph Cross 01 Cleveland and George Baker nnd Elizabeth Furiow of Warren Another gasoline boat ownod by W D Stewart and containing W D Stow urt Miss Mona Bernoy and Mrs 101119 Lath of Warren and Miss Edltli nick Inger of Uraddook Mrs Edith Niels or Chicago and Miss Dolan of ShcIHol Pa struck on somo plies abovo tho dam and did not go over Mr Beet was a wealthy found Mrs Knox and Mrs Baker wcro tore women In the department store ot C H Smith In Warren and Mr DutlS was a salesman for Strawbrldgo Clothier of Philadelphia In the ntter noon the girls of the second floor of Smiths department storo started up tho river for a picnic at the homo or Mr and Mrs Best of Bdgowater Just above Hussoll At Russets part ot them boarded Stowarts boat which lartld around tho dam by the way of the mm race but was caught on some pile Tho other nine wont up to l Edgowati und embarked in Mr Bests boat nnri wont to soo what had happened to StewartSeeing him fast on tho piles DOlt shut oft the power and floated with tho current expecting to catch a rope and pull him off Best failed to catlic tl- rope Stewart threw and Boats boati lashed toward thu brink of tho dam In the grasp of the powerful current The boat tipped over and all went over tllll dam anti Into the whirlpool bolos Six wore swept under tire apron laker Craw and Miss Furlow floato- loMn stream and reached shore Stflv art managod to leave his boat anl wlm to tho shore for help and thor whlll were with Mm were saved At the point whore tho fatality occurred the ConBrwanejoLls 475 foot w lci tad tile dam Is IS feet lilsh Rowboat lave tons ovor la safety but the Ine boat wets tipped over by UaknrI boat hook It to tho WOrAt aenldcn mat ever hipitened In Warron col1n y None of tho OdIn haw yet been rcII Covered but gangs ot men aro ding with long hooks under the nprnr The dam will soon tie emptied so tha 1111 can be recovered HIS MONEY GONE HII Wife Dead the Water Walke Took a Dose of Poison Moraphls Tenn July 13C W Old love of Cincinnati who walked romI he Queen City to New Orleans Inter committed suicide drinking everal ounces ot ohloroform His wlfo vas tatdlr burned July 4 at Green wood Miss whore they were giving at txhIWtion on the river by the prcma ure explosion of fireworks and die Sunday morning He returned hers iftor burying hot and began to drink cavity then purchased thrao bottle of chloroform with what rcmnlncd It bls pitne bldrleve has been glvlnf ixhlbltlons up and down the Missis Ippl nUll Its trH ut rilos his wife b4 ng a copartner In his feats He was Ii hard drinker and whenever he wont- on the water in his cedar shoes sin allowed In a row boat Soldier Arrested For Murder Atlanta Oa July ISrHnrry Hale n sergeant In tho 17th Unltc States ifantry stationed at Ft McPherson was arrested charged with tho m r- din of J E Davis In Johnson City Ionn last December It Is alleged that tire soldiers name is Roy Hale n brother ot A C K Halo who Is tinier arrest walling trial for tho murder cf Miss Llllle Davis In a graveyard near Johnson City Convicted Sank Robber Escapes Marquotte Mich July JJWlthlnli- D feet of tho prison and about to bo urncd over to that Institution Albert everotto ono of the Rlchland banl robbers and members of tho notorious aka Shore gang escaped from tw0 guard While they wore entering the prison driveway Pevorottc leaped from tho carriage having slipped the tackles from both hands and foot Dank Messenger Arrested Now York July 13Henry J Wll 60n fortricr messenger of tho First No lonol bank who said be was robbed of 1715 In cash while collecting for tho bank July 1 was arrested and held 111 15000 for examination I Emperor Abdicates Tokyo Jiily 13A press correspond cnt in Seoul says a rumor is In clrcu lotion that the emperor of Korea bail bdlcatcd following the receipt ot news of tho failure of tho mission or- The Hague bnvoys The rumor cant be confirmed McKinley Day at Buffalo Buffalo July 1LTho dedication ol tho McKlnley monument It was an ounccd will take place on Thursday optembcr 5 and that day e111 bo observed an McKinley day of Old Monte week TWO SNOTS FIRED AT FALLIER1 ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE THE FRENCH PRESIDENT While In a Carriage on Way to tho Palace Naval Reserve Guilty of ithe Crime Paris July IGTbo national teto was marred by a dastardly attempt on the life ot President Palllorcs by lcco Mallle a naval reservist of Havro who It Is bellevcO Is suffering rrom the mania of persecution Mallle fired two shots at the president but did not lilt him Ho was at onco placod under orrost On account of the activity of the anti milltarlsts who tried to orgmlzo a demonstration against tho arm1 throughout Franco exceptional precautions worn taken to safeguard Prosl dent Fallloros Tho attempt on his life occurred on Avenue DOS C1tlmps Elysces whim the president was returning to the palace from Lot champs whoro ho had reviewed tho garrison of Paris In the presence of 2IJOOOO enthusiastic people Premier Clomoncoau and M Lanes tiro presidents secretary woro wlth tho president In his landau which wu escorted by a squadron of cuIrassiers The carriage had safely emerged rrom tho Bode do Boulogne whore tho anti militarists had stationed themselves with the Intention of hooting the sol tilers and was descending tho brood Champs Elysees amid tho acclamations of tho crowds thronging the Mdowalk who woro shouting Vivo Falllorors Vivo 1Armce when at the corner of Tasueur streets Mallle from tho curb fired two shots point blank I1t the president In quick succession Miraculously no one was hit Pros dent Falllercfl was cool and collect when tho cortege stopped Tho diplomats who wore following the presl dents landau alighted from their car rlages and hurried to tho side ot 111 Falllerea Finding that nobody had Goon injured by the presidents orders the cortege moved on In the meantime two policemen seized Mallle who made no resistance but tho pollco wIth difficulty prevented tho irate crowd from lynching the prisoner until a cordon of reserves came ip and conducted lilm to the station There Malllo re used to give any reasons for ills act raying The revelations I have are so grave md serious that I will only make thom jofore a magistrate for transmlsslo to tho chief of state It is a matter be wean tho government and me I am Uie victim of vlllanlos Some of the witnesses of tho shoo Ins Mid that Malllo tired In tho air It is believed that tho man panic tied In the recent seamens strike and that his mind had been unhinged by ancletl grievances It is believed nltO hat he aided In the revolutionary ag iatlon ot the gonernl federation ot labor and the antlmlHtarlsts Ther Is no reason to suspect a plot as Maill mly arrived here from Rouse Saturda light six KILLED TWENTY HURT Fast Passenger Train Crashes Into Switch Engine Johnson City Tenn July 16SIx lorsons met instant death and 20 wen njured when eastbound vestibule Nc 42 on the Southern railway collide rtth n switch engine ono mile west ot ohnson City Tms switch onglno was In charge or 11 hostler who when ho saw tho tea passenger train coming toward him everscd his engine and jumped to afety Scarcely had be done so before tho lascengor crashed Into the light en sino with fearful force The engine cf the passenger train batgnge rot and mall car and second lass coach were derailed and overturned but the switch engine was not Iftod from the rails and with a ful lead of steam started on tl wild run rhCch was not ended until a switch fas was thrown for It and It was de riled at Carnegie Murderer Found In Barrel Del Rio Tex July 15Frod Wilson egro shot and killed Early Smart Smart Interfered to protect some boys wi01 whom tho negro had trouble ant waR shot In the head Posses were im ledlately formed and after about I1n bour and a halt later the negro was found secreted In an empty barrel un dlOr the warehouse and on showln figbt was Immediately fired on by the insse and killed Head Decapitated Bessemer Ala July 15 James Har dt well known in many cities of the state and at the University of Ala ama was found with his head crush lod beyond recognition and decapl ted from the body- Bookkeepers Suicide Plttsburg Pa July 15 Chariei rasa aged 28 who In 1904 was book eeper for the SmithPremier Typewriter Co In Cincinnati commltttd auf- cdG by Bhootlns at his home In Allo tenet Mysteriously Shot Amerlcus Ga July 16Thos Dlx an a prominent young merchant o- iCrosse six miles from here was sl10t and Instantly killed by unknown parties Ho was In the vicinity of D negro picnic and it la believed some osro reveler killed him Mangled By an Explosion Johnstown Pa July IGHaro rafter a machinist was killed and Jacob Habnor was horribly mangled by an explosion of an ohslno piston 11- 1the Oautler mills oC tho Cambria Stee Co I ATEN W HAPPENINGS PER CAPITA 340 Will Ee Spent By Kentucky to Educa the States Children Frankfort KyThp school outlay por capita tor tho state of KentuckY for the coming year will bo 340 the largest In the history ot the state State Superintendent E A Fuqua tlxed the per capita after tho following report for the fiscal year ending Juno ao 1908 from State Auditor linger Interest on bonds = 13375080 dlvl domls on bank stocks 6384 Jlconse taxes 250000 railroad taxes 227 000 state banks 50000 miscellaneous corporations 50000 distilled splr its 35000 fines and forfeitures 2 0 000 miscellaneous receipts 10000 national banks 20500 insurance do partment 7000 sheriffs revenue 1050000 total 247433980 balance to credit of school fund now 1202602 total net amount for school purpose 259160007 The per capita last year was 330 The number of children as shown by the school census Is about 700000 BOAT CAPSIZED And Four of a Party of Excursionists Met Death By Drowning Springfield Ky Four persons were drowned In Beech Fork creek near here The fatality befell a party or prominent people from the city who went for an outing and fishing excursion there Jacob Parduo and a balf dozen friends were in a small rowboa when it was capsized All were dumped Into the river Mr Pardue Miss Nellie Noe 18 Miss Mary Comstock 17 and Ed Brown a 14 year old colors boy wore drowned Two young men saved themselves by swimming Only two bodies have been recovered thor of Miss Comstock and the negro boy They were found a anile below tho scene of the tragedy Parduo leave a wife and several snail children Missouris Big Claim Lexington Ky Attorney C C Cn Noun of this city has been employe by tho state ot Missouri to rolls claims from the government amour lag to 1000000 The money roller ed will go to individual soldiers but the claim will be flied In the name of ho state Capt Calhoun canto herprom Washington to pay a claIm of 3762911 which ho collected for the Fourth Kentucky infantry Spanish American veterans Beat His MotherlnLaw Sergeant Ky With his closed tlst ames McCoy 38 relative of tho lItc Coy feudists of Pike county is allege to have beaten his motherinlaw Mrs Martha White 62 until she was unconscious and she can live but a raw hours It Is said Mrs White was 1 lOlpless Invqlld McCoy disappears nto the Cumberland mountains but was later arrested Noted Feudist Killed Jackson KyCurt Smith brothe of John Smith noted feudist was sho ami killed by Slgol Turner In a due over a card game Smith It waq al 1 egad fired twice at Turner before the alter was killed Smith was en 1m tortnat witness for the commonwealtl igalnat Judgo JAmes Hargls anti asso later In the mcnntain feud cases Turner surrendered His Fear Justified Lancaster KyDaring a thunder itorm hero M J ParUn 30 was Instantly killed by lightning Partln hat just returned from the hay field and topping upon his front porch remarked to his father that he was always ifrald of lightning The next Instant he was struck and fell dead In his fa hera arms Gov Beckham Invites Typos Lexington Ky4kr J C W Beck ham wrote to Maj F C Learning or his city that ihe has extended to the International Typographical union an Invitation to hold their convention In this city in 1908 James M Lynch ot Indianapolis president of the Interna lonal Typographical union arrived bere on his annual Inspection tour Leading Witness Absent Lexington KyWilliam Culton one or the important witnesses for the ommonwealth against Calob Powers can not be located After the last trial Powers Culton went west to locate a gold mine In Nevada and It Is reported here that he starved to death whllo respecting In the Sierra Nevada mountains Dr Thomas Honored Hlckman KyDr D Y Thomas of this city has been tendered a profes orahlp in the medical branch ot Ar moans university Fire Destroyed Old Wine Mayfield KyTbo wine warehouse of V H logate near here was de rayed by fire Thirty barrels of old wine were burned LOss about 2000 Teamster Killed Paducah KyGuy Lawrence IS aY Instantly killed and four others badly shocked by a bolt of lightning at Oakll Station a few miles south of Pa ucah Lawrence bad just driven up to his party when the bolt came Law roncu falling from his seat dead A Stabbing Affray Sergent KyIn a saloon fight noor Flat Gap above hero Jake Rlcp- aced 40 stabbed Robert Wright aged ao his nephew perhaps fatally Rice was arrested Wright recently returned from Cincinnati CUMBERLAND FALLS May Be Harnessed to Furnish Powtl and Light Somerset KyTo secure power rO- an aluminum plant to bo erected here by New York capitalists It Is proposed to harness the famous SOfoot Cumborv land Falls 20 miles east of this city The Commercial dub has completed negotiations with the syndicate and the engineer Is expected to arrive hers to look over the territory and inaki an estimate on cost It Is believed that 100000 will bo enough for the workThe syndicate will construct a large dam 40 feet above the falls giving the water a drop of 120 feet Power for electric roads Into Whitely county will be furnished from tho falls TRAVELED 5000 MILES Into a Strange Country to Join Her First Love Lexington KyEva S Prom ol Boarodoff Russia travoled 5000 mllw into a strange country and nm the ganlct of Immigration officers at Now York to join her first love H Routen berg of Danville where they were married But two words of English could the maiden speak and thoy were Danville Ky From hor neck was suspended a card addressed to H Rou tenborg Danville Ky Sho made trio trip without inoldent and was married In less than an hour after sho arrived at her destination Record Tobacco Maysvllle KyAdam Pabst n Mason county farmer raised three acres of tobacco last year and delivered it to ho Equity warehouse here where It was appraised at 2148 per hundred tho highest average at which any crop Yet delivered has been appraised It was raised from seed from tobacco which took too first premium at the Inysvtlle tobacco fair and the three ores netted him 73352 Want the Name Changed Lexington Ky Committees from the state college and Kentucky univer City met In this city to discuss the Bug etlon made to change the name oi ho state college to the state university At tho next meeting cf the board ot trustees of state college a resolu Ion will be passed requesting the leg slature to change the name Beat His LifeLong Friend to DeathIAshland Ky Daniel McKnight fio- was beaten to death with a pick has dlo by Wm Darby a young husband Inspired by jealousy They had boar rlends for years The crime was com anted In the presence of a crowd often but no effort was made to aav- iIcKnlght from tho fury of his assalk ant To Testify In Powers Case Newport KySubpoenas for a nunv ber of Campbell county citizens to tea try at the trial of Caleb Powers set tor July 29 have been received hera by Sheriff Nagel The witnesses want td are R W Nelson Col Crawford Irs lull widow of exCounty Judge lilt and Mrs Straw of Alexandria her daughter Sue Peppers Estate Lexington KySuit was fileJ against the estate of the late James El epper turfman and distiller to ro cover back taxes on life Insurance poll cles amounting to 75000 and whisky In bond amounting to IOOOOD I lardesty state revenue agent tiled the suit Says She Needed It Berea Ky Aftor beating his wlrtl- Into unconsciousness Wm White col ortd poured carbolic acid over her back and sides until the woman was u mlLSs ot blisters Whites only excuse III that his wife needed a good beating He was arrested on the charge of as sault and battery Sixteen Men Hurt Somerset Ky Sixteen men were hurt In a wreck on the Queen Ores cent road when a local freight crashed Into a work train near tho Tennessee Jlne Caleb Owens of this city was Bong tha injured A relief train ought the victims to a sanitarium here Out For Dollar Wheat Russ lvlllc KyA large number ot resentatlvo wheat growers of L0- gan county met here and formed an organization to demand 1 per bushel for wheat Ninety cents is now offered but the farmers determined not to soll- for less than 1 Forlorn Mother Kills Babes Lexington KylIor husband gone and finding It impossible to support 11er three small children Mrs Silas button of Lusby Owen county com mltted sulcldo by taking strychnine lIer children were found dead in the- bod by her side Barn Destroyed Glasgow KyLightning struck the Inrge grain and stock barn of William AI1tn and destroyed the building anll- Its contents Loss 2000 A boy 110- wall In tho barn was rendered union sclolls for some time and a mute was killed Haager Louisvilles Chief Loulavllle Ky After a service In- Ute department extending over 3715 yenrs Sebastian Gunther handed In his slgnatlon as chief ot police and was cceoded by Jacob P Haajor former head of tho force oaoaoaoaoeoaoaoeoaoeoaoeoeoeoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoa- oi I East Kentucky Correspondence f i News You Get Nowhere Else IO 0toeorreipondenct pabllibed anlMi tinned la fen by the writer The nameo o Is not for pablicatioa but n as nt4e11ct ot rood faith Write plainly o oomomomomomomomomomomomom MADISON COUNT DRKTFDS July 12Wo are having some rain now which wo were very much In need ofMr Wm Jones and fam fly visited Mr Jeff Hale and famil near Collier Sunday Mrs Louisa Rid die Is spending this week with her sol Mr Pal Riddle of Fayette county Mrs Sarah Ames of Crooksvllle spent the day with Mrs Sarah Walton and j Mrs Nellie OggMr and Mrs Wm Jones have gone to Jackson county to visit their daughter Mrs Ethel Williams and family Miss Georgli Walton of Brassfleld visited at her uncles M P Walton Saturday and Sunday Mr Jeffle Ogg and slate S Sallie spent the night Saturday night with Mrs Nellie Ogg and Sunda with their uncle Mr Clifton Bange Mrs Lucy Sandlin of Klngstoi spent Thursday evening with Sarah Walton Mrs Nan Jones visited Mrs Tom Baker Monday Evening She has been sick for some time Mr Lincoln Lamb and M Jones went to Richmond one day this week t School began last Monday with Mr Owen Yates as teacher All seem to be pleased with their choice IANOLA July 13Mrs Mary Reeves of Richmond was called here Wednesday to see her mother Mrs W It Smith who Is quite sick Miss Kate Logsdoi i of Barea Is visiting friends In this J community Mr Simp Winkler was In Richmond Wednesday night Mr Milt Branton of Brassfleld visited friends at this place Thursday evening Carne the Infant son of Mr Art Winkler has been very sick for the past week Drummer Frank Weld was here this weekour Sunda school Is progressing very nlcely Mr Jeff Oarreth and Miss Etta Ogles bly of Noland were married at Rich mond Monday the SthRev James Parsons will preach here the third Saturday and Sunday In July JACKSON COUNTY MCKEK i July 11Qulte a number of th citizens of McKeo attended the eel ebrntlon on the Fourth at Birch Lick The exercises consisted of singing pat f riotic songs and speeches appropriate to the occasion The orators of the day were Messrs John Dean M A Cope and Dr J M Morris Republican candidates for Representative Mrs J H Reynolds who died at Be rea on July the Fourth was brought here and after the funeral services at the church conducted by brother J N Van Winkle her remains were laid to rest In the McKeo cemetery on July the Bth Mr and Mrs Rey nolds formerly resided at McKee The bereaved husband and relatives of the deceased have the sympathy ol many friends hereC P Moore will begin the public school at this place next Monday the 15th The Trustees have already swept out the school house put on a new bell rope supplied water buckets and brooms arid Invited all the patrons of the District to come out and witness the opening of school They seem to realize the magnitude of the Interest they hold In trust Mr Verwey preached a very Interesting sermon at the McKee Academy last Sunday the J4th The Jack son county Teachers Institute will convene at McKee Aug 5th with Prof II II Harris of the Beatty vllle Grade School Instructor Dr W T Amyx has purchased the Welch Hotel Mr S HollandswortK has purchased the Doctor Amyx property and the Welch store house GIIAYHAIVK July 13Four oxen belonging to Mr David Hellard were killed by lightning last Tuesday Farmers are very busy cutting oats and finishing the corn1 Miss Click from Berea Is visiting W R Engle today Mr O A Hellard Is employed by E R Spots wood and Son In the log woods at Danford Lee countyMr J H Begley and family entertained a large crowd of young folks from Tyn er todayW F Tincher Is In our town In the Interests of a singing school which is to be taught at the Judd school houseour school No 44 begins Monday July IBth with Mr George Roder as teacher Mrs Maggie Spence and son passed through here Thursday last They were on their way to Owsley county to see the old friends of her old neigh borhood Quite a number of tho Gray Hawk boys are called to attend court next Monday at McKee FOXTOWN July HMr E P Baker and wife visited Mr W M Lakes Saturday and Sunday Mr O W Fox and wife vis ited Mr Thomas Lakes last Sunday Mrs Susan Shepard and family ofI Drip Rock visited her brother Mrs I 10000000000000Joseph Cox of this place Saturday and SundayMr Robert Fox of this place went to church at Wind Cave SundayMr Thomas Lakes has purchased a fine lot of pine and poplfl timber of J R Rose on Cavanaugh Creek Crops are fine in our neighborhood Most of the people have fit Ished working their eornlIr Ruby Haynes a foreman of the Clnclnna Cooperage Co has been removed from his work hero to Bell county Ky where he will take the same work Messrs Godfrey and Paul Isaacs have sold to Lee Houghton about 1000 worth of white oak Umberi- LUKLEY July 11oat harvesting Is the prIn- cipal occupation of most of the farmers In this community Miss Adol Fox of Narrow Gap and Miss Laura Click of near Kerby Knob were in thi vicinity Saturday and Sunday They stayed over night Saturday night with Mr and Mrs Jacob H Gabbard 111111 held Sunday school on Sunday Everybody enjoyed the good talk given by Miss FoxMrs Susan Gabbard Tas sent to the insanft asylum Tuesda J W and Lewis Marcum of War eta and W M Gabbard have gone to Pond Creek to buy sheepUavld Hellard of Laurel Fork had five head of cattle killed by lightning Tuesday evening Mrs Dave Gabbard is visit- Ing her father Jack Lake of near Horse Lick this week Mrs Carllst Seals of near Parrot is visiting friends and relatives hero this week Sbe will return to her home Sunday Mr and Mrs W M Hurley and daughter Clara visited Mr and Mrs Crt Roberts Sunday Drummer Jot Lear called on our merchant W M Burley Saturday night Mr and Mr T L Morris visited Mr Morriss parents Mr and Mrs John Morris 01 near Middle Fork Saturday and Sun dayJacob H Gabbard Sr is hav- Ing his houses repaired this week Blll Bennett passed thru here Wednesday with a load of goods for J F Engle of McKee SAND OAP July 16Most of the sick in this vicinity are convalescing Corn Is about all laid by and crops are look ing nicely School began at this plat the 15th inst with J R Durham as teacher Several of this place attend ed church and baptizing at Kerb Knob Sunday Services were conduct ed by Rev G V Clemmons of this place and Rev Joseph Jones of Beres The Gabbard brothers left Sunday on a drumming expedition Shermai Durham lost a nice swine a few day agolfr and Mrs Harvey Reece of Dog Trot visited friends at Fort RId- dle Sunday Miss Maggie Garln of Sand Lick passed here Monday en route from White Spring where she had been visiting relatives and friends John Johnson and family ol Wart id recently visited relatives at Crooked LaneW A Cope candidate fOI Representative passed thru here last week en route to Madison county OD an electioneering tour Mr Cope Is well thought of wherever he Is know and as he is really a Blue Grass felloi will likely win a majority of votes ID Madison LESLIE COUNTY Leslie county Is wide awake in the Interest of 1 D Lewis as candidate for Judge in the 33rd Judicial dls trlct Certainly here Is a candidate who Is well supported by his neb neighbors The Leslie and Clay ounty Institute was well enjoyed and our Clay county neighbors treated us well Nevertheless it Is better to Save an institute lu each county Whet 50 many teachers are together the teachers themselves do not get mud chance to take part LEE COUNTY John Robinson the log nun has sold out his Job on Millers Creek and after a short rest bought the 300C acres of the Beattyvtlle Mineral and Timber Co Sheriff Sizemore reminds us that taxes are overdueThe log tugging steamboats are rejoicing over the completion of Lock No 11Leo ounty Institute IB over Now teachers it is up to you to start our children right POWELL COUNTY The 13th District convention of the lisclple church meets at Clay City July 1819 embracing the Bible school Lssoclatlon and the Womans Board of Missions ROCKCASTLE COUNTY UISIUTANTA July 14I J Wild of Jackson runty was here this week on business Morris Hammond was visiting his cousin Howard Payne SundayMrs retltla Oath wife of John Gadded on the 10th She leaves twins Juat ten days oldMiss Mattis blcl i I IOIIN F 1I1AN Cahillilnte for Ilptuliltrnn Nomination fur Stnt Hrprrtritlntlvr In Jnckton County Gulro visited Vlrglo Payne Sunday J C Wood and wife of Conway pal- M V Swlnford a visit lait Saturday Tho farmers were all glad to SlO the rain last week They say it laid their crops by for thorn J10n NE July 16 Regular services were held at Fnlrvlew Sunday and Sunda night Miss Lonle Smith lion the sick list Mrs Marian Smith Is slow ly recovering from an attuek of the measlosMr and Mrs Lanes Lam her and Mrs Lanes Richmond wee guests of Mrs Mattle Coyle Sunda Eden Wren who was badly burned Is improving slowly Mr Lewis Lam visited friends at Dreyfus Friday A L Leavitt Is visiting friends at Mote Our school commenced Monda last Miss Hallle Poynter formerly of Berea is teaching OWSLEY COUNTY- TKAIELLE1IS IUIST July 15 Farmers are all look Ling pleased over their crops They are almost through their farmlng Tho lightning struck Harvey Price chimney the other night It is to ported that it ran through on the phone and seriously Injured his boy The Sunday School at Elk Lick Is progressing It Is under the manage ment of Henry Issacs and Cordal Roberts Sunday school Is one of the bee Institutions in the country and we wish we might have one in tach church house In eastern Kentucky W are glad to see so many of the youni men and boys in our neighborhood taking so much interest in iL311 and Mrs James Moore paid Wilson Blcknells family a visit Saturday and Sunday Sophia Wilson paid her fa ther and mother a visit Sunday While mowing John Cecils mules ran away with him and broke up his machine pretty badly- OARRARD COUNTY CAUTEIISVILLE July SOn July 1st Mr Jem Alter commenced teaching our school Mrs l Fannie Koehler at Woodsvlew and Miss Jennie Haggan at Manse Mrs Tlllle Green and Mrs Gertrude Merry man visited Mrs J G Clark last l Thursday Mr and Mrs George Allot visited the tatters sister Mrs Robert Rollyns of near Spoonvllle last Sun day Quite a number from this vicinity attended services at the Baptist church at Wallaceton last Sunday ESTILL COUNTY ZVAOEItSYILLF July 13School will begin at this place Monday with Miss Pattie Moore as teacher Mesdames Jeff Wagon and Nan Cox and Mr A B Kel ley were called Wednesday to the bedside of Mrs James Wagers nt Berea who was dangerously 111 Miss Grace Wagers came home Tues day after several days visit with friends and relatives in Richmond and Klrksvllle R J Scrlvner Is still very sickJ L Scrlvner returned from Richmond Thursday Ho went to consult Dr Gibson Mr Anderson Wagers of Red Lick visited here the first of the week Miss Lena Ed wards entertained friends Thursday night Vernon Scrlvner and Beverly Wagers were in Irvine Thursday on business Miss Nellie Scrlvner was the guest of Miss Bess Wagers Sun day last Mrs Joe Kidwell is visiting her father Mr Commie Rogers on Doe Creek Miss Ella Park who has been In Frankfort for the past three saturdayIMrguests of Mr Kellys parents Mr and Mrs John P Kelly Saturday night and Sunday Death ef Sarah Jane Montgomery Sarah Jane Montgomery daughter of J W and Marget Montgomery died June 23rd 1907 aged twentyone years two months and sixteen days She was burled In the graveyard at Liber ty Church The funeral services Were conducted by Rev AS Smith She was III for seven weeks Her parents used every means In their power to help her After she had taken medicine for three weeks she told her father that the Savior came to her and told her not to take any more medi I clue After that she took no more medicine and trusted the Lord for all her help asking Him to help her bee nIl her suffering In her last hour she prayed the Lord to take her and brotherllandwell everybody I want all my frlendi and relations to meet mo in It is so sad to say proaioUB one from us has gone IA voice wo loved Is stilled place is vnoant in our home That never wan boftl1ltlIWritten by her mother Tho School Teachers Mission CmHInaed front Pint ruget encouraged by the goodness of our work placing a firm trust In the Su promo Being In whoeo hands reels tho power to help us to do oven bettor things Tis not worth while to sit and whine When the fish alnt gettln on JOUr line Bait your hookand keep on train So many people make a failure In lire because they consider themcelvei HILS grasshoppers and their work as a giant Many people make fallurei because they watt for chances to turn up and bring a shower of sue cess If we want occasions to tun up we must get about the turning of themOpportunity has been pictured as II beautiful horse without any tall but having a beautiful foretop From this we may readily conclude that we mus take advantage of our opportunities 01 soon as they come In sight for aftei the opportunity has passed there Is nc place to catch on We should bo prepared If for nc other reason because wo oan demand a bettor salary giVo better satisfaction and raise the standard of out profession I repeat there are many teachers that enter their profession blindly that is they enter it before cbnslderln the greatness of their duties Why not study your profession Thoroarc many Who hope to Instruct train and develop the minds of the young before they themselves have gained the very simplest principles of psychology Is It possible that a man can handle safely and successfully a complex piece of machinery and the mind Is more complex than any piece of ma chinery without giving it a thorough study and learning something of Its construction and general makeup Now reasoning from this standpoint are we not Justified In saying that he must study the mind if he expects to act as its engineer Else ho will be one of the many who are failing tc bring about the best results But after gaining the required knowledge that teaching implies he should have something more He anould possess a strong and healthy body because a child is an imitative being and It has been said Good health is catching Furthermore he should be strong in character and morals If we possess all the book knowledgo that it Is possible tb gain still our education Is lacking and many times leads to evil if not built on a noble character As teachers it behooves us to give much attention to conditions Which exist in our country and strive to raise tho standard of human life which means making better all condi tons As Daniel Webster has wisely said Let our object bo our country our whole country and nothing but our country and by the blessings of God may our country Itself become a monument not of oppression and terror but of wisdom of peace and at liberty upon which the world may gaze with admiration forever To the above argument I wish to add one more thought before concluding There is much to bo derived from contentment and faith in our work as teachers As Van Dyke has said Wo should be glad of life be- caUse it gives us a chance to love nnlf to work to pray and to look up it the stars to be satisfied with our elves but not content with our possessions till we have made the best of hem Why are so many people climbing tip the ladder of success while others are making sad failures EASTERN KENTUCKY DiRECTORY If you have any interests In the Mountains these are the people you will find fair and friendly LETCHES COUNTY Citizens Bank ofWhitesburg 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tier tki as 3 r Iet U It k u reentyor waa y- and wtwrjw W 101 1tOUIw rur If a I ea shaped perils wiSe eta her two three work JIG we ran aw out wMt ta DM tattler It U beoauso they are not content They will not give a position a fair trial before deserting it There la tOIyourwo bering Gods promise Bo thou faithful unto the end and I will glvo thee a crown of life Originality Tho merit of originality is not nov elty it is sincerity The believing man Is tho original man whatsoever he bellores ho believes It for him self not for another Carlylo YES THE DRAWER OPENED Jones Knew It But Explanations Wero Not In Order Jones was going away And as usual In such cases It was up to Jones to put on a clean collar and shirt and incidentally catch a train lie bad no Umo to spare Maria ho shouted downstairs where are my things In your bureau drawer of course floated up from tho basement Jones then tackled the drawer Stuck of course They always do stick when you are In a burry Ho pulled and heaved and said things unmentionable with a perversity for which bureau drawers are noted it new open with n rush and Jones with a deathcrip on the handles shot clear across tho room The drawer couldnt go through tho door but Jones could and did land ing at tho foot of tho stairs with a crash that Jarred things mightily Just in time to hear the partner of his bosom ask Did you get It open Henry That was adding insult to injury and Henry stalked upstairs with fire in his eye and said novor a word Seventy Years Old In ono of the Jersey courts of justice a prisoner was about to be pal on trial for a serious offense Five Jurors had been accepted The clerk called out Dennis RIordan A old Irishman responde Here Tho counsel for the dofensa looked at him and said Challenged Wily On account of ago How old are you T the attorney asked Sly onty replied Dennis in a wheezy squeaky voice The venerable jUdge asked My good man when wore you 70T Three years ago yes honor shouted Dennis In a voice thai I could bo heard blocks away Excused torapfor LESLIE COUNTY HYDEN KY Prompt Savings J L LAND KY Sure Make Neighbors SCHULL All Clothing Family SuppUri etc BEST and CHEAPEST Strictly Cult IhHlkMtk baskNnWr MbtortW wdnbapqeoM lIbIIUM- an uutjlre wbealbrsd MUrl 1b44t Suddenly shriveled Boundaries It Must Dt- MM Qusblofch says It ls Just lovely to bo married to a nice old gentleman who U willing to pay dressmakers and milliners and sit back in a corner when younger and handsomer men want to talk about art and music and such things Women Cant Cut Diamonds A let of women scorn to be pos ceased these days of an ambition to loarn the trade of diamond cutting said a wo11 known Jowoler Every little whllo applicants for situations as apprentices call But we cant af ford to give thorn a trial They can never master the art In othor branches of the Jowolry trade wom en have mado nomo unqualified sue ceases There is not one of Eyes daughter from royalty down I should say that Isnt an artist in tho wearing of diamonds Many are well versed In tho art of buying and sell fog thorn while others give excellent satisfaction in polishing and repairing them for the market Out when it comes to tho real cutting ot tho stones they lack the patience Judgment and steadiness of nona which constitute the exports stock in trade C F HANSON LICENSED EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER Successor to B R Robinson All call promptly attended to night and day Telephone No 4 DereaKy DrW G BEST DENTIST CITY 1IIONE 113 OFFICE OJERPOST OFFICE S R BAKER DENTIST OPTICS Over rlatlnrOMcre BEREAKY IOMe hauia from S to A City rhone lea Teeth extracted without fiomnoforme