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IoeoeoeoBEREA PUBLISHING CO INCOKlORATKlH 1 STANLEY FROST Minaftr I- e t lowed ol Ife PottoffM at Herta Kit 01 frond I IitleMr tw- t4tScoioooooaooooosoc X Five cents a MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY 12 1908 One Dollar a year No 20 NEWS OF THE WEEK Senator Oarmack Killed Threat Against Tennessee GovernorAt tack by Labor on Qompert Pret Elliott of Harvard Resigns Chins I Angry at U S SENATOR KILLED Senator Car mack of Tennessee was shot ti death In tho streets of Nashville Mon day by Robin Cooper the son of hli pclltlclal enemy because he Would e not stop attacking the elder Cooper in his newspaper The whole state has been steeled up by the tragedy Young Cooper who was slightly wound cd hat been held without ball THREATEN GOVERNOR Night ageous official who It after the Red fcot Lako lynchera Ho has received many threatening nfesiugrii but the pocecutlon will go on just the- pine AFTER GOMPERSi The annual meeting of the American Federation of Labor of which Gotnpers It presi dent opened la Denver Monday A violent tttack has been made oa him by members of the Federatloa who were opposed to taking labor lato pot lUcc and it looks u if he might be beaten for CHINA plaint about the American fleet now talllBB around tho world cones from China The complaint It that the fleet did not volt her A few ships wore cent tc Amoy bat China feels Intuited that the whole fleet did not stop there PRES ELIOT RESIGNS Pre Charles W Kllot of Harvard the leading educator In tia continent hat resigned because ot hit ago and to Indulge In a needed rest He has been receiving from all sides mcMagcs oxpranhig regret at tie action and tributes of which any liv lag man might well be proud There have boon many reports that Pres Roosevelt woctt rna his place and they have now been revived but there it really no Indication as to who will have the place MAY ANNEX CANADA There U a lot of talk In the English new papers Just now about th chances that the United States will annex Canada tome time won JMlho wo do not hear much about it In this country It is admitted by all the English papers and by most of Canadians that this will take place noon Nobody seems to have considered whether the United States Wants Canada or not but pro baMy we would be willing to take It BANKERS SENT TO JAIL Chas W Morse tho banker who was worth twenty million dollars a year ago but failed when hit dangerous and Illegal operations teem discovered has been found guflfy of breaking the United States banking low and sentenced to fifteen years- BALKANS STILL HOTTheto is still a lltllo danger of trouble In the Balkan states where war has been threatening tar two months It Is m said that Servla has made an alliance with two other powers Dud will soon declare war on Austria TOUACCO TRUST IIITA decision of the U S Circuit Court of Appeals has held that tho American Tobacco Company is Illegal and must bo die solved The case will be taken to the Supreme Court MANY MISSIONARIES After a remarkable missionary sermon In Chi cage 100 young men and women arose and otfeitd to go as missionaries Twentyfive of them win be sent to China in Jaruary Not one had ex pected to go before attending the meetingN POSTMASTER SHOT Post master Morgan of Now York was shot In a street of that city last Saturday by an Insane tuna who had trouble getting bin mall regularly Morgan was saved from death by his daughter who struck the man Tho assailant finally killed himself KILTS AT CASTRO Holland which hot had trouble with Venzeula has mado Its first movov against Castro and hit him hard Curacou a email I Island belonging to Hoi and is near Venezuela and for years It was the custom for any ono that wanted to start a revolution In Venzeula to ship arms from Curacoa Then a treaty Will drawn preventing this so It has been hard to start a revolution ajalnst Castro Now Holland has revoked the treaty no that It will be edgy for Castros home enemies to beat him t f PRESIDENTS OFFICE I3EREA IY- X j 14 1rrHE CITIZEN Devoted to the Interests of the Mountain People wpJBEREA NOVEMBER threatenIInr reelectlunI LOOKING AHEAD Political Forecast Plant for Tariff Revision Under Way President at Work on Hit Message Ttft Prom IMS Law Enforcement Without needle Injury to Business REVISION OF TARIFFrThe ticst great work of tho new administrate will be the carrying out of the pro mise to revise the tariff Pros Tats will at once call a special session ti meet about March 16 1909 and the toIMeans has called a meeting of the I committee to begin work on a tariff revision act A lot of material haa been gotten together already and popular opinion In the matter la belni closely watched PRB8ID2NTS MESSAGE The PresMeat la tt work oa the raeas g to Cofigrcaa which will be the Wit Important work of hit term AHto Congress will be In seaMen only thr + months this wlatar ha will urge ala- the reforms kt feu beea werklag ter- I and will outll the general reform which ho belkvts saouM be it1a4e he will la a way suggest many thing that will be left ter Taft to do tm at the two men will consult a good dra about the mezsage It la pretty cer tain that there It no dictation on either tide Among the things he will uk for are commleslon which will supervise IA corporations as the later state Commerce Comralulon saw supervises railroads An Increase la the power of the lat named cozmnlnsion ao that It earl prevent an increased rate from taking effect till It has examined the reason for the increase I Increase of the navy four battleships a year for some tine I Establishment of a forest reserve I In the Appalachian mountains Kentucky will be ono of the states which will benefit whea this U dose I Federal control of all water powers aa It now controls all navigable waterways Internal waterways Improvement Campaign land publicity x There may be a discussion of swol len fortunes with a recommendation for an Income or Inheritance tax There will be no remarks about the tariff which will be left for the next I suasionAKTI5K RAILROADS Anothc thing which Taft win begin soon Is a campaign to bring railroad speculator to time A great den of the trouble with the roods has boon the t01- lnJOf stock by which worthless stock has been Issued and the money pocketed toy speculators who happen ed to be In control of the road Paying Interest on this has helped keep railroad rates hlgk and the stock has been a good deal of a swindle an thoI Innocent public who bought It Now these Issaos cannot be recalled without harm to Innocent people so Taft believes that the llama to do Is to let bygonc3 bo fcygonca except la such I cases as tho money can be recovered from the speculators but to prevent anybody from h cuing Any moro watered stock lie will urge Congress ito pass a law providing for this And tho pledget oC the Republican platform mako It almost certain that the law will p thru TRUSTS LEADER TO QUIT9en ator Nclsou W Aldrich who has for years been tho leader of the Republican Bonotcro has announced that lie will retire at the end of his term three years from now There Is no public man that could be better spared Ills Influence has always been favorable to tho trusts and special interests and he together with lien Gorman has managed to see that tho people were pretty much left out Lately the better claw of Republicans have rondo this hard for him to do and have beaten him several times and he has evidently decided to step I out before he is kicked out AND BUSINESS President ITAliT In a speech before the Cin cinnati Commercial Club has defined his attltudo toward business In this country and repeated many things which ho said before the election Ho says that benefit business will have nothing to fear from him but that all Inwbroakoro will be In danger and that tho work done by Roosevelt in tho last four years will bo continued to the full power of his office In other words lio will do hls duty to the country hurting no one who does sot dcservo It and not allowing any guilty man to escapeI LEWIS A DANGER Since The Citizen took sides In the FaulknerLewis race In tbe 27th District there have been a good many criticisms made against both the paper and Its editor Some of these may bo justltd80m8 certainly urn not and the men who make them know they art not true There is really only one that is worth answering and that is the BtatHmeiit that The Citizen has no business to say anything about affairs in the 27th District because Its office happens to be located outside that District Any man knows that the iutereMsof uny bKot new lie in the place where it does business A large part of The Cit izens business is in the 27thif whiskey r killings and hard times come there it will lose heavily But chiefly any paper is valuable to its readers just in proportion as it prints things they are interested in No one CUD deny that most of the readers of The Citizen are inter tiled in the judges raceso it becomes the business of the paper to give them what information it can upon tho subject Every effort has been made to get at the truth and there has been no influence which has in any way affected the printing of the best that could be learned AUo no one can deny that the paper stands and has stood for tho best in the Itepublican party and that whore it has opposed any individual Republican K has been because that man was injuring the whole party That la its stand in this questionIt wishes only the heat good of the party and the people of the district and wljl not permit itself to be either bought or scared out of telling the truth IB the first editoral on this subject it was shown that Mr Lewis lUll failed to prove either that Mr Faulkner has done anything that ahold lose him the confidence of the people or that Lewis Is in anyway better able to care for their interests We wish now to speak of the position IN the race of that lawless element which Is to be found IB every community and which had such power in the 27th District prevtoua to the election of Judge Faulkner The support of these men not k sure proof of dishonesty on the part of the men they are far but tbe facts in the cane ought to be faced anti considered When Judge Faulkner first took office there was a general opinion among this lawless element that they could safely sell whiskey carry pistols shoot and fight They found their mistake but only after a long period of suffering for the community andone In which much daMage was done and several lives lost When he finally quieted that element it turned on Faulkner with a double htredandwill BOW go to any length to defeat him Therefore this element Is BUix tltg Lewis as it would support any one else in the same place There are many good mea for Lewis too but in all the district practicallyall the whiskey men ate for him Why is this Besides the resom already gives some of Lewiss friends whisper that he will set be such shard judge for lawbreakers to deal with us Faulkner is Mr Lewfaby tome carders things he has said sad by failing to say asything against whiskey in the districts where the whiskey vote hi ntrotig has helped the whiskey men to believe this Besides It M recognized that he eonld not hope to win if it were sot for thin whiskey vote and be will naturally be expected to be thnnkfnl to the mos that put him ia office For nil these reasons this lawless element believes that if Lewis is elected it will have that chanco ode evil which it lost in Fa lknera election Mr Lewis himself has admitted that there will be an otitbwak of lawlessness if tie 74 elected Of course hesays that Jjd will slop it soon that tbe new laws etc made it easy to provost crime mud that in a year or two the district will bo as quiet u nice Even if title is soif Lewis does his best and does stop crime in a year or two let Mr Lewis answer these queationsWlHit good will TLcwfodo for the people oTthw district which will make it worth their While to pay for his electron with a year or two of lawbreaking And who will bring to life themes killed meanwhile or who will re pair the damage done by whrsVey before he can again stop its sale r Anti why Is it that some Lewis wren who expect that he wTll lie on thnbencb to try them are already indulging in violations df many kinds f And has be said a word in public to condemn their crimes f If Mr Lewis will 0ead fits nnswersto them questions 1o The Cit Izon it will print them m the first page so that every reader can know them POLITICAL NOTES afts Final Vote 321 MarfUntl Vote Split Because of Democratic Tick tt Missouri Seems to be In Re publican Column for Good rAFTS VOTE 321Ph figures from all states show that TaWs vote in tho olcctorlal colleges will bo 321 instead of 327 as wo said last week This to because Bryan will by a trick get six of Marylands votes Other wise the table printed last week stands Missouri Is RopubllcaJTby 3 172GOOD TIMES BEGIN Tho elco itioa has been followed as expected by a considerable improvement in U times Thousands of men have been put to work In factories and mines which have opened up aU over tho country and all kinds of individual enterprises have been started All algna point to a period of good times sytch as wo are accustomed to under Republican rule- REPUBLICAN FUND Chairman Hitchcock says that preparations are being made to publish tho list of contributors to the BepubIcan cam paign CunsJii apd that the list will be out In a tow days A now feature has been tried this year which makes tho fund look largo Instead of having the state committees manage their own funds nil funds have boon sent Ito the National Committee and then dlctrlbued back to the otates This has mado It possible to be more sure that tho money was going where it was most needed and also will shown the Republican statement ALL the money that was used to help elect Taft whether It was handled by the National or state committees The Democratic fund shows only for tho National Committee and leaves it possible for any amount of corruption tq havo been carried on under cover of the state committees which hue made no report I j MARYLAND SPLTT For the second time MarjlnnaB vote has beer split as a result of the trick ballot which are used by the Democrats who control the election machinery of the state On this ballot It Is Impossible for an lgnoraatrcantovote a straight Republican ticket and he will probab ly vote for only iono or two of UN leading electors Also many ballot are spoiled The count shows that while Taft has a majority of nearly a thousand on the leading electors there are so many Republican ballot which can be counted for only om or two mca that ho will get only two electors while Dryan will get the rest Besides this there are about 1500 Republican ballots thrown out I SOUTl GROWS JIESTIVE One tJ the signs which politicians aro read ing from the election Is that the Solid South Is growing tired of being a kitetall to a discredited northern democracy Democratic majorities wer reduced In most southern states Many of the new Republican votes came from men of the highest standing and reputation And finally Clark Ho well tho Democratic National Committeeman from Georgia and editor of the Atlanta Constitution In a long editorial congratulates the men who have broken from the Democratic ranks It looks as It oven old men might live to see the day when the South would once more take Its old place as a leader In national affairs BRYAN STICKS TO ITIlere Is au Item to remember when Bryan tho next time he runs for president tries to net away from his long record of foolish policies Ho Issued n statement after the election In Which he declared that tho policies which ho stood for and which havo been repudiated by a largo majority of tho American people na all of his other policies have are right He has never repudiated any of his previous mis takes and he does not do so now Ills record Is getting worse as It iota longer Continued on ro trth rage More than five hundred farmers In Madison and surrounding counties are t depositors with the Berea I Dank C Trust Co Are I you one of the number I If not It will be our pleas dation consistent with sound banking t Pay your bills by check- A cashed check is an in disputable receipt no oth er so good legally Your check book U useless to a t burglar you can carry 1your capital without loa ing ItIr you only carry + your check book with out andyour money here J 4e ae ei + r Broken at Last Great Done by Forest Fires WORST record of the weather bureau In Lex ington shows that the drouth Just broken was the worst since there has been any record kept Only once has there been like It and that was in J881 wore be costing more and more and la spite of the increase in the flow of springs which always comes with the first cocl weather It was dif ficult In many places to get water even tot stock and purposes Forest tires In many parts of the state added greatly to the loss and thousands of acres of grass have been There In no pas ture OIL IN A strike ol oil In what seem to be paying quan tities was made on the T H Bernie place at Jackson Breathltt In drilling a well last week The flow was BO largo as to prevent further work HOW IS movement hat been started by oar friend the Dan ville Advocate to have Bryan move to and go to the Senate from this state Hadnt the Advocate better make sure that the next Sen ator will be a The last lone was not ROW OVER FUND There Is a healthy row going over the nse of 5000 collected from the at the Ken tucky Pen by the State Tho charge Is that one of the officials has devoted part of tho money to paying debts for which he was liable It is Inter eating to chiefly because it throws a strong light on some of the men that have been making the loudest charges that the I used funds HAS TO TAKE of tho loudest in making these charges has been a per which began two weeks before the elccMon to charge that the Repub licans were to spend millions to carry the country This paper now says that the cause of the partys defeat was Bryan It does not mention No comment on these is needed I GREET of the t largest crows a which ever In was at the station a few days ago to welcome home Caleb Powers and to hear him speak on the Issues of the day When he arose to speak continued for several minutes MANY CASES Ftdcral Court convened In I last Monday Most of the caws to be were those for ling and there were tf I BODY headless body found In the near Middles boro Tenn Is to be that ofa New Jersey and It Is that hq was for his money I 4 t aulrr nnuo 0- o The is Idly Let Your IoII o O IVol If BEREA BANK TRUST CO iAI everyI t t t We beg to call your attention to our Savings We pay iir t four per cent interest on savings I account and Interest to the twice each p You can start an account in with one dollar ff with as large amount as you de t t sire i s j i day of your life brings you td the time when your for earning decreases and finally ceas 1 es What are you doing towards a a fund that will become your and comfort In old age Better start a strings ac count and create a rind for your 9 years r t rIJ MOORE President J W STEPHENS Cashier e tyIN OUR OWN STATE Drought Damage DROUTH EVERThe anything Conditions alarming drinking destroyed practically BREATHITT TIHSA Kentucky Democrat DEMOCRATIC Democratic employes Democratic Committee personally Republicans Republicans corruption IT DACKone Lexington Democratic pa planning thatILexington POWERSone gathered Barbourvlllo applause MOONSHINE Richmond considered moonahin thirtytwo FOUNDA mountains supposed prospector thought murdered Citizen Growing Rapo Businesst tising ooooooooooo Department department principal compound Inl tYounearert capacity providing mainstay declining 4BEREAThe following account has appeared in the dally papers of the decision of the U 8 Supreme Court against the suit of Borea College to have the Day law forcing tho separation tf white and colored students declared unconstitutional and void In the absence of Pres Frost the college authorities did not wish to make any comment on the decision Following Is the account of theide j clsloa J Washington D C Nov 9ln deciding the case of Berea College vs jstateed states today held that the states union may constitutionally leg IIslate to prevent on ol and black racesiI The case was instituted to test 1 the validity of the state law of 190- 4prohibiting S I white and black children f front attending the same schools n1 i higher state court took the poaltlri t that tho white and black races are naturally antagonistic and that the I I enforced separation of the children of the two Is In line of the preservation peaceI of the Supreme court v was handed down by Justice Brewjfrt and affirmed the finding of both tho CourtiI J dissented IJustice Brewers opinion dealt en tlrely with the corporations as affected by the Kentucky statue and did not consider the question of its applicability to individuals Proceeding up on the theory that a state has com plete conrol over corporations as its own creations he then constructed the law of 1904 as In effect an amend j mont to the character of flares CollegeijHe said It la settled that a power tito tho legislature to atr V amend or repeal a charter authorizes s+ It to make any alteration or assondoi r nlent of a charter granted subject to f ItyDissent of Justice Harlan i Justice Harlan in his dissenting op inion said Have we become so in r oculated with prejudice of race that an American government professedly based on the principles of freedom and charged with the prutcntlon of all t citizens alike can mako distinction I between such citizens f a It the lower court be right then I a state may malts it a crime for white and colored persons to frequent 10isame market or appear In an assem blage of citizens convened toieider questions of public cr polloal nature la which all citizens without regard to mco ate equally Interested IA380clated Press Telegram Philadelphia Nov 11 President Win Goodell Frost of heron Collegetwas In this city today decision of tho United States Supremo Court upholding the socalled Jim Crow lav for private schools In Kentucky ho said A rabnpprohsnslou exists aa to our position and hoef- fect of the decision on Berea Collet We are surprised and disappointed Continued on fourth J lteJ71 1 I MIND OVER MATTER S By DON MARK LEMON Copyright by ShorUtory Pub Co Why dont you go to tho dentist and have the tooth attended tot John Fisher held his hand to his mouth and groaned Thats just like a man exclaimed John Fishers motherinlaw Rather have the toothache than go to the den t tiltStill John Fisher said nothing When ono has a bad case of toothache even talk Isnt cheap Pooh dont make such a long face About it Besides a toothache Is all In the mind John Fisher glared All In the mind reaffirmed the lady calmly and exasperatingly John Fisher arose to his feet Madam he demanded do you mean to stand there and tell mo that this raging toothache Is all In my mlndr- I do- And that If I only Imagined it didnt hurt It wouldnt hurt ExactlyThis adding contempt to insult and John Fisher said as much Now now keep your temper John cautioned tho lady You know very well that If you hadnt any mind at all you couldnt bo con ecjous of having tho toothache So if you will but withdraw your mind from the rain It will be tho same thing You will be unconscious of It John Fisher sat down In disgust f Ill tell you what I will do contin ued tho resourceful mother In law If you will go with me to the dentist and have that tooth attended to I will have two of wino pulled and the nerves killed In four others I should have had them attended to before thisJohn Fisher looked surprised then ashamed Had his motherinlaw the toothacheAnd wont take gas either Ill depend wholly on tho power of mind over matter John Fisher reached for his bat Very well he said Its a bargain It Isnt Very Pleasant I Know Remarked the Dentist Ho smiled grimly Two hours or soon tho torturous dental chair would make his mother In law change her opinion about pain being all in the mindThe lady also smiled but her smile was all sweetness and guilelessness The dentist lowered the dental chair to accommodate his patients height and after spreading a nice fresh towel over John Fishers shoulder filled his t mouth with a sheet of rubber to keep him quiet and began his several acts oftortureWith screwwedge device ho pried John Fishers decayed and aching eye tooth from against its neighbor screwing the wedge tighter and tighter then with a sharp crooked pick he busied himself for awhile cut ting and gouging Into the aching tooth This done he sorted over his drills calmly proceeded to sharpen the cruelest looking one that be could find placed the same In the dental en gine put his toot to the power and began to bore for the nerve It was agony and John Fishers body grow cold and hot by turns and ho began to squirm In his chair and groan aloud It Isnt very pleasant I know remarked the dentist With a shiver John Fisher looked crosswise into the attentive eyes of Jits ruolhcrlnlaw Now John said that lady remember that pain Is all In the mind and if you will only Imagine It doesnt hurt why It wont Oooh What did I say All In the mind Ooooh InsJohn tfbher had endured all that flesh and blood could bear lie Drought up his hand and with one jerk tore the wedge from between his teeth and the rubber from his mouth Mr Fisher expostulated the den list Why John exclaimed the mother In law Didnt you hear mo saying tbat pain Is all In the mind l John Fisher turned upon the lady Madam while I am letting this tooth cool just have those two teeth of youra yanked out Why certainly Mrs Meadow brook seated herself In tho dental chairJohn Fisher stood closely by Now was his turn to advise and be fairly smiled with vindictive pleasure But not for long for when the dentist bad succeded in breaking oft one and crushing another of his patients teeth in a futile attempt at extraction that lady looked up with a beatific smile and remarked After all pain Is wholly In tho mind Dont you think so doctor I am satisfied ot that said the dentistJohn Fishers jaw fell mutely Tho dentist now dug out the spUn ters of the two teeth he had broken off and proceeded to bore great cavl ties Into four other teeth In the mouth of Mrs Meadowbrook that lady not uttering a single complaint tho while nor once so much as wincing but throughout the operation bearing her self as easily as It at a play- I cannot give you any more time this morning stated the dentist Mrs Meadowbrook arose and smiled on her son in law Now John remember that physical pain Is all In the mind and If you will believe that your tooth doesnt hurtwhy as I said before It wont Again John Fisher seated himself In the dental chair and again the cur geon began boring with that fine pointed drilL Getting pretty near the nerve remarked the latter by way of Informa lion John Flaher made no reply but like the parrot that couldnt talk he thought a great deal Bracing himself In the chair ho sought to conceal his squlrmings from his argue eyed mo ther 1n law for after the wonderful example of the power of mind over matter set by that lady he was deter mined that his conduct should be above the reproach ofa Spartan All in the mind he thought Great jumping frogs What kind of a mind has she Even tho hour In the dental chair has its ending This too shall pas- sawayand at last John Fishers tooth could have nothing more dono for H for the time being and he arose quit the dentists office and walked home with his mother In law Occasionally ho would glance side ways at her out of admiring eyes What a mind that woman must have he thought Ho took her Into a store and bought her an expensive hat and sunshade Nothings too good for a woman llko thatiwal his secret reflection An hour later ho got into dispute with a friend who maintained that the mind has no power whatever over physical pain What cried John Fisher Tho mind has no power over pain 1 You dont know what youre talking about You should have seen my motherin raw at the dentists this forenoon Great Scott you should have seen her She had two teeth pulled and the nerves killed In four others and she didnt take any gas but just believed It didnt hurt andwhy It didnt Are you speaking of Mrs Meadow brook Inquired the friend Yes my motherinlaw Tho friend smiled nut I say hasnt Mrs Meadowbrook false teethFalse teeth Why yes arent all of her teeth falseJohn Iflahcr suddenly slapped his friend on the back and laughed loud ly Ha ha 1 was just seeing If you would bite Used Mud Telegraph pales What a writer calls the most ori ginal telegraph line in tho world once extended between the city of La Paz the capital of Bolivia and the town of Oruro In this part of Bolivia there are no growing trees and wood Is so difficult to procure that oven the ordinary household furniture of tho natives Is Invariably made not of wood but of dried mud or adobe as It Is called When the war broke out In 1880 between Chllo and Bolivia this material was used to construct pillars to take the place of ordinary posts for supporting telegraph wire with the addl tion of old bottles as insulators These pillars were subsequently built on stone foundations and measured about five feet squire at the base with a height of about 15 feet They were placed at Intervals of about 301 feet and thus held tho wire at a height suf ficient to clear the only animals of the country the lama and donkey The total length of tho line was 166 miles and it rendered useful service for some ten years before being replaced by a wooden telograph polo line Perpetual Motion Mrs Blldad says that she talks In bar sleep That Isnt tho worst of it either Sho talks when she Is IlwakeLlfo A Fresh f tart Dyer Well I seo Fulling Is on his teet agai- nByerYea he waa obliged to sell his auto Life 1T THE NEW CHAMPIONS NEXT fIGHT MAY WEAR PlATTS TOGA TALK OF ROOSEVELTS ELECTION TO THE SENATE President Said to Have Intimated That He Would Accept If Taft Were In White House Washington President Roosevelt nay be the successor of Senator Platt n the senate after he returns from his hunting trip In Africa Those who regard this as possible declare that they have assurance from tho president himself that bo would not be averse to tho acceptance it the senatorial office under condi tions as they will be after March 4 So far as Is known he has not ex pressed himself on the subject recent y but ho has said within a year that with Mr Taft as president he would not feel the same hesitancy about entering the senate as ho would feel with some ono in tho White house with whom his relations were not as Intimate as they are with Mr TaftHis general attitude has been adverse to entering the senate he has felt that as a member of that body he would be called upon to criti rise hIs successor In the presidency sad this he would feel a delicacy about doing Ho has said however that snowing Mr Taft as bo does know aim and agreeing with him In all es jenUals as he does bo Is confident hat there would not bo any occasion or antagonism He has not gone to the extent at any time of Indicating that he would desire the office even with Taft as president but merely has said that with him In that position his chief reason for not desiring the sen atonal position would disappear Even this much has not been said since thero has been any certainty of Mr Tafts entering the White House out the presidents outline of his at titude Is now recalled as offering a possible solution of the senatorial en tanglement In New York and as mak ing an opening for the continuance of Mr Roosevelts public career It Is oven suggested that the ah senco of tho president on his proposed African hunting expedition need not necessarily stand In the way of his election but rather that such absence might relieve the situation of embar rassment to him In case his friends should desire to press his name i PHONE COMPANY IN TROUBLE Receivers for Concern at Rock Island Moline and Davenport Rock Island IIITho Union Telephone Telegraph Company having a telephone system In Rock Island and Moline III and Davenport la and capitalized At 1550000 went Into tho hauds of a receiver Thursday on an application filed by the American Trust and Savings Bank of Chicago IL H Bratt general zassaser of the company and Leroy J Wolfe of Davenport wero named as joint receivers The bill flied In the circuit court al loges that tho company has not kept up Interest on 400000 of bonds and has otherwise failed to meet Its obliga tions The chief officers are Harris burg Pa men George B Stuker of that city being president Gives Up to Detroit Police Detroit MlchA westerner giving tho name ot Robert Taylor surren dcred himself at detective headquarters here Thursday saying that he was wanted at Tahleqimb Okla on tho cbage of killing Robert Ivens Foreign Missions to Get 1060578 St Louis The general committee of foreign missions of tho Methodist Episcopal church at Its session here Friday afternoon began tho work of Itemizing the appropriations for tho year 1909 after voting to appropriate i total of 1060578 o Kentucky Town a In Danger Mayfleld KyMllos of creek bottom lands near lions north of here aro on flro and a large posse of citi Jens Is fighting to keep tho flames tram entering that town COSTA RICAN BOY A HERO Saves Fellow Students from Burning School Near Washington Washington Thrilling escapes and heroic work by a Costa Rican student Rubena Herrera marked a fire which early Friday burned to the ground the Bliss Electric school In North Takoma a suburb of this city at a loss of 130000 partially Insured More than 150 students In the dorm hones wero awakened to find the building In flames and escaped In their night clothes mapy jumping from sec ondstory windows while others who wore headed off by smoke and fire In the corridors slid down ropes to safe ty That there was no fatality was miraculousHorrora distinguished himself for bravery by rushing through tho burn Ing building and arousing his follow students rescuing amopg others his roommate Evan Mlckle of Reading Mich Both young men beaten back by the flames and smoke made a spectacular descent down flro rope that dangled from tho cupola six stories from the ground Many stu dents lost all their effects Prof S T Cole ono of the Instructors was badly burned FREIGHT STEAMER IS SUNK Strikes Rock In East River and Gee to Bottom New York Tho freight steamer B M Whitney of the Metropolitan Steamship line was sunk Thursday night In tho East river while on her way to Boston The vessel valued at 500000 Is a total loss and It Is not believed that any of her cargo valued at 300000 can bo recovered The steamer In trying to avoid col lision with n tow collided with Steep Rock A great hole was made below the water line Tho inrush or tho water was so rapid that In less than a minute the fires were put out and nine stokers who wero In tho en gins room had to flee for their lives An effort was made to beach the steamer but this plan had to bo abandoned The crow escaped In their life boats As they were rowing away the freighter went down In ton fathoms of water- SWINDLERS ARE SENTENCED Nlcollet Creamery Company Men Con victed at Minneapolis Minneapolis Minn James T Mul hall was sentenced to 1C months at the federal prison at Leavcnworth Kan Edgar McConkoy to one year and one day at Leavcnworth and Felix Nathanson to six months In the county jail by Judge Milton Purdy FridayAfter nearly sir hours deliberation the federal jury Thursday night re turned a verdict of guilty against the three men charged with conspiracy to defraud by the use of the malls Alleged fraudulent operation of the Nlcollet Creamery Company In Minne apolis last fall was the specific charge In the Indictment upon which the men wore convicted Farmers throughout the northwest are said to have lost heavily by shipping produce which was never paid for Gets After Arkansas Railroads Little Rook ArkTbo state rail road commission on advice of tho attorney general Wednesday voted to Issue an order to tho railroads against their charging threecent passenger tale All 4ho railroads are now charg ing this rate and heavy penalty suits will follow on the part of the state Mills Long Closed to Reopen New Hartford Connit was stated hero Friday that tho cotton mills of the Mount Vernon and Wqodbury col- ton duck syndicate located here would be started again as soon as now machinery Is Installed These mills were closed a decade ago Many Women Hunters In New York Albany N YSCoros of women throughout the state have taken out applications for hunting licenses according to reports rondo to the state forest and game commission i Round About the State What Is Going On in Different Orb Sections of KentuckyIIIQUARREL BETWEEN PARTNERS Over An Employe Results In One Be Ing Killed Louisville iyAs the result of a quarrel concerning business matters V F Hockersmlth shot and killed B C Moore a prominent lied Man of Louisville and a partner In tbo Kentucky Salvage Co In tho affray an employe named Frank Johnson ilgurcd prominently Moore attacking John son who had him arrested for It Hockersmlth defended tho employe Matters reached a climax when Moore kicked Johnson out of tho store and barring It went up to Hacker smiths room According to Hoeker smiths story Moore threatened his life and he shot him with a double barreled gun which he Intended to use on a hunting trip Mooro Is tho mnn who gave out the charges that the National Lodge of Red Men had grafted 1600 from Kentucky In connection with the al leged building of the Log House here KENTUCKY FEUD And Eight Barrels of Election Whisky Result In Killing Lexington lyAs a result of a feudal war at Campon Junction about SO milts west of Jackson Islow Allen aped 20 years was shot and killed Alvin Garver aged 22 years was badly injured and Clarence Sherman wile did the shooting was ahot In the head but escaped to the mountains Eight barrels of whisky shipped Into town for election brought on tho trouble although family troubles of long stand big played a prominent part Judge Hargis Will Jackson KyTho will of Judge James Margin was probated In the Ilreathltt county court Tho witnesses are Floyd Day now administrator fo tbo Hargln estate and Judge O J C- Rack the attorney who prepared It The will Is dated Juno E 1906 and bits y provisions bequcathoa all of the properly of Judge Hargis of Ovary kind to his widow leach Hargis ifce youthful slayer of his father receive nothing whatever from the Hargta as tats Bryans Majority Frankfort KyTho county board of election commissioners hold their uN da canvass of the voto of Frankli- county which gave Bryan a majority of 1001 the largest ever given In Its history J Campbell Cant rills maJor- Ity over Brlstow fell behind that of Bryans over Taft The canvas shows Bryan 3233 Tuft 1C32 Can trill 3162 Brlstow lGSO Chafln Si Debs 9 Hlsgen So Watson 1 KentuckyTownsEndangered Mayflold liylIIel of crook Dot tom near Boa north of here are on fire Every available man Is fighting to keep the flames from entering that town which has a population of more than 300 persons The flro Is only a short distance away and the town U In gravo danger Fires aro also sweep ing over Clark river bottom and the town of Kalcr is In Its pathway Sentenced Covlngton Ky Butler Mullen mouutalnccr and moonshiner of Floyd county Ky was sentenced to tho pen itentiary In Atlanta Un for three years by Judge Cochran Mullen wlih his brother who Is still at large and I another who was killed In tho raid tired upon tho Ulcers Mullen at j first denied tho allegations but Jar on pleaded guilty Reversal of Award of Damages Frankfort Ky Tho court of ap peals reversed tho caso of the Louts vlllo Railway Co vs H K Bucknors administrator and ordered a no trial becauso the judge gavo an onto neous Instruction to the jury Buck ner was a street swecper in Louis yule and was run over and killed by a street car Judgment for 2600 was awarded Night Rider Suit Closes Suddenly Newport Ky Attorneys for W 8 Henderson suing John Jctt and oth era In the federal court at Newport for 15000 damages claimed because of injuries to person property and business resulting from a night rider raid at Augusta Ky caused tho no tlon to be dismissed without prejudice before Judge Cocbran A Costly Spark Lexington Ky Sparks from a loco motive Ignited grass on the farm of John F Price on tho Lccstown road and before men could beat out the flames with gunny sacks 25 acres ot grass on the Price farm and 15 acres on tho farm of Z T Smiley had been burned over Big Damage Suit Flied Lexington KySuit was filed here against the Chesapeake Ohio Railway Co for 25000 damages because of tho death of Ernest Bailey who was run over by an eiiglnu here November 7 1907 Crushed To Death Lexington Ky Whllo switching cars at tho Loudon avenue power honso D II llowlott a motormnn 88 In tho employ of tho Lexington Kail way Co was crushed to death b twocn a motor car and a freight ctrj ONE YEAR FOR SIX CENTS Mall Collector Heavily Sentenced Dy United States Judge t Newport ICyOno year In Jail was tho sentence imposed upon former Mall Collector James Taylor of Now port by federal Judge A M J Coch ran Taylor stole six cents from a malt box which had been left In the receptacle by some person who did not have the stamps handy for his lotterj and who trusted the carrier to jur chase the necessary stamps Tho atautory penalty for any of tense against the postal regulation U very severe and while Judge Coch Arana sentence of a year in tho New tort jail seems like a hoary dose In reality It Is light aa compared with what might have boon Imposed As It is Taylor will have to servo CO days In jail for each cent ho stole from the mall box- OUTWITTED BY PATROLMAN Whose Vote He Contested Challenger Stained Him With a Knife Lexington Ky Patrolman Adolph Meyers was attacked with a knife by J Ira Bright a ward politician and was seriously wounded in the neck Moynrs Is a native of Germany who haa been a resident of Lexington for more than a quarter of n century Bright U a comparatively recent com or to this city At tho election Bright challenged Meyers vote Tho oleo lion oITlcon who know Meyers were satisfied to let him rote but Bright persisted and Meyers produced his papers He then told Bright never to speak to him again Later Bright saw Meyers and brought up the election day affair Mayan told him to go away where inrtho a pocket Bright waj arrtMUtl Womans Plea Louisville Kylollee Judge J Wheeler UcGee received a plan from Amy Vhallen arrested as a suspected Colon te release her that she might earn enough to buy winter clothing MM MM that she was so thinly dad that silo could not live through the winter and that her Sen tense wonM ordinarily end so late that thenstreets In rags Republicans Carry Ninth and Tenth Louisville KyIato returns from tilt state would Indicate that the dom ensile majority In tho Third district It not In excess of 600 while It appears that tho Ninth ls republican by 501 and tho Tenth by 1000 lien John sons majority In tho Fourth win not bo as large aa at tint reported ono an estimate of 10000 oit tbo snare state le now conceded to the demo cats Democrats Carried Paducah Padttcah KyTho entire demo cradle municipal ticket won easily The Interest In this ticket centered In the offices of Jailer and treasurer Tho election of a democratic treas urer moans a lawsuit to oust the pros ant treasurer John J Dorian a repub lican Defeat of tho 100000 nchocl bond Issue probably means the odor ing of the schools by the first of Iho year Governor To Entertain Justice Harlan Frankfort Ky Justice John 1L Harlan and wife of Washington U C will be the guests of Qov and Mrs Wlllson Thanksgiving and for tho first time since Clov Wlllson became chief executive tho mansion wilt bo the scene of a social function Jus wereaMr Kehoe Lost Maysvllle Ky Great interval was shown in tho election In the Ninth Congressional district because of con nection of James W Kchoo of this Jlty with the tobacco growers move ment In the state Returns received show tho reelection of X II Bennett the republican candidate Forests Ablaze Columbia KyA serious forest fire In raging 10 mites east of hero lit a section of Miller field The Ore Is sweeping everything before It and otaves to tho amount of several t non sand racked In tho woods will be burn ed unless flames aro soon checked To Secure Foreign Help For Farmers Lexington KyE J Green ntate Immigration clerk of Kentucky undor Commissioner of Agriculture Ilankln was hero to open an office from which farmers throughout Kentucky will be supplied with main and female help front foreign countries Fred C Rlddell Dies Mt Sterling KyFrdd 0 Hidden exconfederate and widely known con tractor Is dead at his homo In this city Ho was 73 years old and served as captain of Company D Eighth Ken tucky cavalry under Jon Morgan Dwelling Burned occuplecJbynurned The loss Is about 11000 This Is the third fire that hap visited here In tho peat month live lives fee ling lost In ono i SQMESMJON GPEEH MOUNTUN STAVE SILD3 AT TJJE DlIP IITWO JOWl STATE COLLEGE A Tim silo may be mado an ornament to any group of farm buildings Its form Is such that It may be made to add to tho appearance of any style of con Ntructlon One or more conical sllb roofs when viewed from n distance or tho full height of tbo curved walls at a closer range gives a very pleas ing effect when placed Ina setting of rectangular buildings This impres sion Is entirely Independent of the great value of allago an a feed and Is pleasing to such a degree that a prospective purchaser In making n closo decision would bo Influenced to a far greater extent than the origi hal cost of the silo In our Illustration Is a view of tho now dairy barn at Iowa State college showing two stave shoe and the man tIer in which they add to the appear unco ot the adjoining buildings Of the silos reported by their own era or visited 135 wore located out aide of the barn and 26 Inside Those located Inside of a building wore largely ot a typo not woll adapted to bo placed outside Those reports Indl cato that a location of tho silo outside of all buildings meets with greater favor among those using silos There are good reasons for thus First the Kilo with tho exception of a few types is of such a construction that it duce not need tho protection ot a covered building Second It Is not economical to place a silo in a building where It will occupy spaco which may be put to other use Third a silo located In side of a building Is often unhandy to fill Tho forage cannot bo deity ered to tho cutter conveniently Fourth by locating a silo outside of the building and only connecting It thereto with a passage provided with doors the objectionable odor of tho silage may be kept out ot the build ing fly arranging the slla se an to bo connected to tho feeding room with a teed way It should be na convenient for feeding as when located In tho building Itself A very common arrangement Is to so locate the silo that J Fig 1 Plan of the Silos Showing a Convenient Arrangement the passage way from silo to barn la a continuation of tho feed way In the barn In general It seems that there aro tow advantages In building a silo inside of a building and many In building it outside There are types of barns tho largo round barn for Instance which aro of a form mnklng- It Impossible for a silo to bo con venlently located nt tho center Tho fundamental principle In tho preservation of green forage when placed In a silo is tho exclusion of air It Is the purpose of any silo regardlessI of Its construction to exclude air as far as possible from tto sllago and In this way prevent decay To prevent tho air from reaching the sllago all silos must have air tight walls Theso must be rigid enough not to be sprung out of sbapo by tho pressure of the allege permitting air to enter next to tho wall Not only tho walls but the doors also must bo perfectly air tight To accomplish this they should bo well fitted and tho Joints made moro perfect by felt pads or gaskets Il la good practice where the silo door sets against a shoulder to place clny worked Into the consistency of putty In tho Joint Tho clay Is placed un the bearing surface and tho door placed over It and when tho pressure of tho silage comes against the door an air tight Joint Is obtained Tar paper Is successfully used by some silo owners either in strips to cover tho cracks around tho doors or In widths sufllclcnt to cover the entire door and lap a few Inches on tho alto wallsNot only should tho walls bo tight and rigid but they should be perfectly Fig 2 Correct and Incorrect Methods of Constructing Silo FoUnditlons smooth on tho Inside to permit the sllago to settle without forming air pockets which cause a certain amount of the adjoining sllago to rot Several foundation walls woro found con structed as shown at tho left of Fig 2 and In each case a considerable amount ot spoiled sllago was found at the shoulder made by tho wall Tho foundation wall and In fact the walls of tho entire silo should be as smooth as possible If duo caro Is used in tramping tho sllago during the filling doors which extend Into the silo are not a serious objection though per teeny flush doors are certainly an ad vantage A vertical wall Is the only satisfactory wall to use as a wall In cllned outward will support tho silage to a certain extent and prevent Its settling satisfactorily thus creating air pockets When tho wall Is In dined Inward the sllago will settle away tram It In tho Cilia of con crete silos with tapered walls those should be vortical on the Inside pest results aro obtained where the sllago Is uniformly distributed throughout the silo and Is carefully packed near tho walls and around tho doors by tramping Care should be taken that tho heavy and light por lions shall be uniformly mixed Some silo owners are of tho opinion that a great amount of tramping la unneces nary but tho Investigations of the writers would Indicate that where tramping was not followed There was always a certain amount of spoiled silage and that the money spent for labor used In thoroughly tramping tho sllago In tho silo when filled brought good returns- It Is deslrablo to prevent the freez ing ot silage In the silo during cold weather as far as possible and the silo of n construction to prevent fryez Ing to tho largest degree Is tho prefer able ono other things being equal It is difficult to make a comparison Be tween tho merits of tho various types of silos In this respect owing to the Innblllty to find them under like con ditions Freezing of sllago is duo to loss of heat first through the silo wall and second to tho air in contact with the feeding surface Tho first loss rimy be reduced by using a non conducting wall In tho silo and the second by preventing the circulation of air above tho sllagu In tho silo Ii An Automatic Cheese Press b- I This form of cheese press malntalnsoverhead The 140poUnd weight Is t a constant pressure for any detlrediufflclent to keep the screw pressed length of time by means of a ropeup to the cheese A close cheese Is 1 Wrapped around a pulley at the cndobtalned free from any mechanical and over a small pulley on a beamcpenlngi Solomon Anointed King Sunday Sdiool area for Nov 22 IMS Specially Arrant d for Thlf Paper LESSON TEXT1 Kln i 1S240 oUMemory verses 39 40 GOLDEN TEXTKnow thou the God of thy father and serve him with a per feet heart and with a willing mind 1 Chron 239 TtMR Bolomon began to reIgn D C 1022 or according to the Amyrlan record D C 971 He reigned 40 years PI ACB The city of Jerusalem Salomon was crowned at Glhonldentlned ai the modern fountain of the virgin Comment and Suggestive Thought Solomons Early Life and Training 1 Ho was the first ion of David and Bathsheba after their legal mar rlage 2 Ills name Solomon means tho Peaceful one whoa reign was fore told to be a reign of peaco and quiet ness 1 Chron 229 It may have also expressed tho fact that David himself had found the peaco of for giveness Nathan called him Jedl dlah Ueloved of Jehovah 3 Ills parental Inheritance was ro markably strong In several directions His father David was In tho maturity of his age and his mother Bathshcba was tho granddaughter of tho wlno Ahlthopbol whoso advice was as If a man had Inquired at the oracle of God 4 His early environment had soy oral advantages over that of Absalom the son of a heathen mother Solomon was placed under tho care and training of the prophet Nathan a faithful pure and wise teacher Ho would bo brought up thus in the religion and learning of the Jews lie developed a great taste for science and literature U Kings 43234 Ho had the advantages of being the child of Davlds later years and of being under tho Influence of tho subdued piety which characterized those years His mother too doubtless joined with David In his penitential piety for she had groat Influence over him to tbu lastOn the other hand he was born to the purple he was brought up in luxury and wealth and knew nothing of tho hardships which developed much of the character of his father The Influences of tho court were often bad Ho come in contact with other princes and he bad to resist all tho temptations of a beautiful and fiat lered youth 5 Ho was probably 19 or 20 years old when ho began to reign Thero are some very wholesome les sons from this picture of Solomon U Almost every child born Into a Christian family has greater opportu nities and blessings than even Solomon had All Solomons wisdom and wealth could not bring him so many advantages and comforts and bless- Ings as a poor child may have In this ago hoarmuch God and your parents expect of you Many a hope and joy depends on you for fruition 2 It Is a great advantage in many ways not to bo born and brought up in the luxury of riches The other ex treme of deep poverty Is as llttlo to bo desired Out that condition of neither poverty nor riches whore the child roust learn to work learn self denial learn to do his part In tho family and sees that only work and energy can give him real success ta tho best for all t3 It is wisdom to put ourselves under the best and strongest religious Influences No one can escape temp tation Evryono must make a choice of the Influences around him And the Influences he chooses out of all those which are around him will largo Iy determine his future life Compare Uurbaiks Training of the Hu man Plant V 39 And all tho people said God save King Solomon They accepted him as their king with shouts that rent tho earth with the sound thereof Tho attempt of Adonljah was thus nipped In the bud The kingdom was a limited monarchy perhaps the first in history In 1 Chronicles 28 and 29 there la an account of a great assembly of the princes the army of ficers the statesmen and the Jewish leaders called by David To them ho told his plans for the temple pro sented Solomon to them as their king and entreated both him and the people to keep all his commandments with a perfect heart and a willing mind that ye may possess this good land nnd leave It for an inheritance for your children after you forever And David said to Solomon his son Uo strong and of good courage and do It fear not nor be dismayed for the Lord God oven my God will be with thee ho will not fall thee nor forsake thee until thou hast finished all the work for tho service of the house of the Lord 1 Chron 2820 The leaders accepted Solomon asking proved that they were In sym pathy with his great work by Immense contributions given with great joy and confirmed their allegiance by religious services and a great feast of thanksgivingGod each of us a kingdom to gala Three Influences brought Solomon to the throne 1 Ills Inheritance as thfe son of David and grandson of Ablthophel 2 Ills Illness for the place and work 3 ills choice fty the peoplo These three influences have to do with the success of the young people o today There is an element of lluaio Providence In every life beyond tho Individuals control But his use ot it and his choice ot those things which fit him for use fulness will largely determine Ills career though lie must also have those quallllea which lead tho people Jo Ircvly choose him fr bIll placo DOLLARS AND DRINK Continuing Saloons Robs the Labors ing Man N Venice township in a prosperous middle west coun ty and state the enormous cost of trafficIthe comprehension thehuman mind Here on this little strip ot land aver aging less than two miles wide U and six miles long were found tho first of this year 137 dramshops licensed to do business In this same territory there are of all denominations 14 churches and the entire population according to the best Information obtainable is 14000 Patriotic American citizens look at this plcturel Ono church for every 1000 people one dramshop for every 102 14 places dedicated to God for tho uplifting of mankind and teaching the way of life 137 places licensed to sin to lead men and women down to eternal death 14 doors open to point the young people to Heaven 137 doors open to pull them down to hell You may travel from Maine to California and from Pensacoln to Manitoba and there Is only one other spot that you will find to compare with this and that is Benbow City anew town with 20 voters and 20 dramshopsBut for a moment look at tho cost of these dramshops According to the dramshop keepers themselves they must take In an average of 25 a day or they cannot pay expenses Now It wo only allow a profit of 5 a day wo have each ono of the 137 saloons costing tho peoplo every day 25 or a total of 3425 a day Con trary to the laws ot tho state they keep open 365 days in the year mak ing a total cost for the year of Jl 2 501 i5 For convenience and so that we can remember the amount drop tho 125 and call it ono and onefourth million dollars In a pile Nino silver dollars make a little more than one Inch but counting nine to the Inch we find that this pile will reach up two and onefifth miles It is so high that we still have very little conception of tbo amount Eight dollars laid side by side will make a foot let us take this one and onequarter of a mil lion dollars and lay them down begin ning at tho Venice ferry landing and wo find that we have enough dollars to lay a path ten rows wide from the for ry landing to the Granite City hospital at the other end of tho township and have a thousand dollars left to pay the man for laying them down There Is still another way that wo might measure this enormous cost so that the people can grasp the mean Ing still better Of the 14000 popula lion there are about SSOO families Now If we call up the heady of each family and ask them to carry ort this big pile of silver dollars each man will have to carry 445 If this could bo realized think for a moment what it could mean to the butcher the baker tho grocer and tho merchant But they say Look at tho revenue wo get out of the dramshops Yes let us look at that also 137 dram shops pay 500 each making a total of IC8GOO a year Tho bureau holds tho dramshop bag and we the peoplo put In 1250000 and out of the great kindness ot his heart ho gives back 68500 How Idng will It take Venice township to get rich paying Into the dramshop bag every year 1182000 more than Its Inhabitants receive from It But let us call back these pSOO heads of families who are carrying the 445 each and have them hand over the license money Every man will have to give up 2450 and he can still go homo with 410 This is just what tho laboring men are doing exclaims J G Reynolds In Home Herald where they have voted out tho dramshop They carry the money homo instead of dropping it In to the brewers big bags Unique Total Abstinence Society- A unique total abstinence society exists at Sheffield England being constituted entirely of deafmutes The tocle was organized by the Order of Good Templers In the deaf muto Institute In that city and Is the first society ot Its kind to be organized by that body Tbu members are stated to be especially active temperance workers and during Its brief exist ence the society has attained remark able growth Branch work chiefly by the lecture method has been extended among this largo class of society In Iondon under tho auspices ot the C E Temperance society and recently a branch organization was formed with an Initial membership of 100 Show Dig Growth Tho Swedish Society for Student Total Abstainers now has a membership ot 11652 an increase from last year of more than 15 per cent A strong body of student abstain ers has also been formed in Norway whore temperance Is progressing rap idly among all classes In the new Norwegian ministry the minister ol commerce M Abrahamsen is a total abstainer and was previously leader of tho abstainers group of the strrUi tog 1855 Berea College 1908 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progreu Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for these least advanced Same lecture library and general advantages as for more advanced students ArltlmicUo and the common branches taught in the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons In Farm and Household Management ate Free text booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and EarneACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches Toe most practical and interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course eo that a young man nay secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady In Homo Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Gear mon Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4 year courses fit for the profession ot teaculng First yer parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information culture and training necessary for a truo teacher and cover branches neces vary fur State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra in connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a moneymaking Institution All the money re celved from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays In This great deficit Is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Dorea In order that It may train young mon and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students come from the best families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who maybe sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All 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 winter It Is expected that all will have a chance to earn aa much as 35 cents a week Some wire need to earn moro may by writing to tho Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to One dollar a weok- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate Is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather warm wrapa and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes aro necessary The Cooperative Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For tablo board without coffee or extras 135 a week la the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash lag of bedding 40 cents a week in fall and spring 50 coats in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This is paid but once and is returned when tho student departsISecond an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build ings hospital library etc Students par nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our Instruction is a free gift The Incidental Fee for moat students is 500 a term 400 in lower Model Schools 600 in courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE incidental fee and room rent by the term board by tho half term Installments are as follows SPRING10 weeks 2250In one payment 2200lInstallment plan first day 1675 including 100 deposit middle of lerm C75 SPRING4 weeks term for those who must leave for farm work 940 SPRING7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers examU s nations 1645 FALL 190814 weeks 2950In one payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2105 Including 100 deposit middle ofrterm 945 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of alterm receive back tor money advanced as follows On board In full except that no allowance is made for any traction ot a week L On room or on any special expenses no allowance for any unu plred traction of a month and In any case a forfeiture ot fifty cents On Incidental tee a certificate allowing the student to apply the amount advanced for term bills when he returns provided it is within four terms but making no allowance for any fraction of a month IT PAYS TO STAY When you have made your Journey and are well V started In school It pays to stay as long as possible i Tio flrtt 4II y P t Winter term is January 6 1909 V r The first day ot Fall term Is September 16 1908 + For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary y WILL C GAMBLEr i BEREA KENTUCKY v That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the men and boys who see it Tho mountain people like a good thing when they see it and to get a 75 cent knife with two blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the mountain people than any other dollar paper in tho world IIThe Knife and The Citizentor 125 That brings in subscriptions all the time If you have notgot it you aught to have r ITHE SCHOOL I KEEPING UP THE INTEREST Kcptlnted by rnjuwt from Prof Ulnitnore1 Teaching a District School 41 IbipROVINO YOUR TEACHING Keep out of RutsU la a lnrse part of every teachers duty to look to his own growth This is partlcul ly true of beginners It Is very ensy to get Into ruts and go on about tho same day after day but the habit Is a deadly one and must bo fought with vigor Without discouragement or selfabasement the young tcncher should sharply crltloe his every act He should keep constantly In mind that his teaching could be and ougllt to be Improved Ho should study new ways of presenting knowledge so ns to make It more attractive new ways of arousing Interect and keeping the pupils in good heart A new way la better than the old if it takes the teacher out of a rut It Is well to try new methods occas Ipnally for tho sake oC being able to do so Many teachers have followe so long tho paths thclr fathers trod that It is almost impossible for them to venture upon untried ways Everyone should blaze some new path should venture Into fields that afar 0 e as ho knows hove never been ex plored Ho should feel the exhlla ration of discovery the fatlsfactlo of having done something that his predecessors never did It will dd strength to his character and in terest to his work Caution and EnthdslasmThid- oes not mean that we should be running after every new fad that come along There are many enthusiasts who for tho sake ot notoriety or gain are urging upon others their latest devices or method It Is not wise to bite too quickly at these baits If anew thing commend Itself and fs Indorsed by trustworthy people ant Is not too costly vie need not hesitate to glvo it a trial But too many ec called time savers are merely money making devices of little real value and It is usually better to wait and let time determine their true stand- Ing A tuba long ago laid down by II famous rhetorician Trill apply In such casesBe not tho first by which the new is tried Nor yet the last to lay the old aside- Necessity ot Dally StudyIn striv lug to Improve our teaching wo must not forget thai dally study Is a ne cessity to growth No brilliancy oi mint nor device nor oven exper fence can take the place of It Knowl edge to bo interesting must bo trash No matter how oton we have taught a subject unless wo study It anew each time we shall fail of the best results The mind like the body can not feed upon Itfclf and grow It must havo new material dally Realiz- Ing this we should set apart some hours every day to tho study of our lessons both as to the matter ci them and the way in which they should ba presented The young teacher who does this conscientiously will find it the moat delightful period of the day Its tho time for adding to and enriching his stores of learn ing and he will have more to give and will glvo It better If he will keep this study period sacred Acquiring Pedagogical lIelpslt will not bo sufficient to study tho textbooks and ways of presenting the lesson The teacher must be provided with the best literature the profession affords On his study table should be the latest numbers of two or three of the lAnding educational journals and theta should be carefully read and digested as soon as possible after they arrive Ho should also have a few good works on pedagogy To acquire there be may write to schoolbook publishing companies asking them for their best work on teaching Nearly every publishing company has at least ono excellent work of thlll class Such helps should bo carefully read with special attention given to the parts that seem particularly applic able In this way will be gleaned many Ideas that will make tho work ot teaching moro Interesting and far mere helpful to tho pupils and will keep tho teacher growing A Final Word on SelfImprovement Tho abovo are the common and ordinary means for selfimprovement If used diligently they are certain to produce satisfactory results It omitted the opposite is just ns cer talnj profeosloiml stagnation decay anti dpathl Some teachers will say that they cannot afford all those things journals magazines books an teachers associations Tho truth is no ono can afford to go without them Money invested In ecuImprovement rued be returned many fold Tho teacher who will not Invest lu any of these thlnpi will grow rusty and care less be looked upon as a back number and Instead of being sought for ri and promoted will be seeking for the poorest positions and will finally lose out altogether Sclflmproveme is necessary for selfprotection G RESERVE FORCES The wise general docs not keep all his forces actively engaged lie has some In reserve against the tmo oj need In come desperate situation ths strong reserve force which the enemy knows nothing about will save him from defeat Likewise tho teacher who is looking out against tho day of trouble has his reserve force When tho school has been going on for some weeks and the dull grind at monotony begins to settle down when the little faces grow long and sigh ot discouragement appear a part c tho extra forces may be brought Into play Tho following list Is offered as having done valiant duty on many a hard fought field A New Songoc a dull afternoon when the energy Is at a low ebb have a new song ready a school songo If possible one with action In It Wrlto the verses on tho blackboard one at a time until all are learned See that it is sung with vim and goodwill If it Is a marching song all the better Get somo boy who is Bklllfu with the mouth organ to play an ac companiment and have all the school march arourd the room Five or six minutes of thin will take away tho dullness and work may be resumed to much greater profit New Ways of Hearing the Lessons There are a dozen ways ot hearIng a spelling class recite Hold back your latest invention until the interci lags then spring it Drawing offers a fine field for interesting novelties A new object to draw with Interest- Ing details of shading and measurements cannot fall to charm away lethargy The geography Is a store house ot good things Make a map showing tho various products of the United States with pictures of objects in grazing countries cut out small pictures of cattle horse and sheep and ran onto the map To show the corn belt grains of corn may be pasted on white in the south yellow in the north wheat grains to show the wheat states bits of cotton to show whim that Is raised wood for timber and so on This plan Is an excellent thing in Itself but may well be kept until It Is needed to revive Interest A Ciphering MatchTbis has of ten helped to revive flagging energies The pupils choose sides as n a spelling match Tho one last cho sen goes to tho board and selects rn opponent from the opposite side The latter chooses the kind ot work ns adding subtracting or multiplying When both are ready the teacher gives a problem and they go at it with might and main The figures fairly fly The first one through reads his answer It It Is right he has won Tho loser goes to his seat the winner selects his successor who again chooses the kind of work and so the gAme goes on until one sIde or the other ll vanquished Thero is plenty of oxoltowent la it and stimulates to rapidity and accuracy Bird DayIn some parts of the country a day has been set apart for the study of birds and is called Bird Day Itla rather the culmin ation of a series of studies on birds Country children have a fine oppor tunity for this study and ought o lrow much mote about it than they cdlnarlly do Thoy may first roughly classify all as song birds useful birds and harmful birds These branches may be studied separately com paring different kinds of one class as the robin and the wren Bird Day gathers together the knowledge acquired In several weeks or months and makes as great a show JJR tu i wllilp The children havo earned t u tluxw pitlure ot tho var- Ious kinds of birds thoy havo studied to describe their appearance and habits to Intimate or describe their note or song to tell whore and how they mild their nests number of eggs appearance of young ones and so on A ollcctlon of ncgtc may be made be- Ing careful to take only those that lave been abandoned The literary tart of the program may consist f songs poems stories and written de ifrlptlons of birds Bird games maybe played and tho small children may bo taught to act birds In such ways as hopping and flying Doth tho preparation and tho day itself will bring mt much that is Interesting and use ful History Day This Is mother equally profitable and perhaps more entertaining occasion It has an advantage over Bird Day in that all tho people of tho district may take part Llko the other it requires considerable pre paratlon on tho pat of the teachcr and pupils It need not be confined to the history classall may have somo part Tho children should bo mad6 familiar with a considerable number of historical events so that they tan tell about them rcadty in their own words They should collect plctur of Important people places and things They should make drawings of Buch objects as Lincolns birthplace th cabin where Betsy Ross made the- lag the Bunker 11111 Monument thoi Liberty Dell etc All tho relics of the neighborhood may be borrowed for tho occasion and be so placed as to make the best display New Games Field DayTho play ground must not bo despised nor neglected It may be made a power Jful factor in keeping up tho Intere In the school High schools and colleges all over the land make a great deal of athletics keeping in school by means of their interest In games I hundreds of young race who could otherwise bo Induced to remain Somo condemn the mate games of football baseball and row Ing because of the loss of time ald other attendant evils but all are In favor of good healthy clean athletics All children and most grown pcopl like to play and It Is right that thoy I should Indulge their liking It is apart of their development If pro perely directed it may be an Important factor in their education When tho Interest In play is on the wane and the old games become tiresome have a new ono ready to pro pose Enter Into It with zest yourself and see It it will not bring new life into tho school Outdoor games are the best but there should be a fat Indoor ogles for bad weather Conun drums riddles Charades are all good If rightly conducted Much depend upon the way the teacher does his part Ho should never play in a halfhearted manner All look to the teacher as tho leading spirit anti uny signs of being bored will ba catch Ing and the game will be spoiled Somo of the larger district school might well have a Field Day This would give every boy a chance to take part and to choose the particular sport In which he excels Bach claN should have Its events such as rom nlng jumping throwing the IlRmm1r and putting the shot Running ma ooniut of sixty and one hundred yon dashes Young boys should not attempt long runs Jumping may consist of several varieties an andJump standing hOPIterandJumr1 running broad jump standing broad Jump and running and standing high Jump The only prizes that need to given are ribbons that indicate first and second place a record should be kept from year to year Where this could bo worked successfully It would be a powerful incentive to keep tlieI larger boys In school and It is a perfectly Justifiable method to ua Mental Exorcise K must not be Forgotten that mental exercise whet rightly adapted to tho pupils is ai fascinating as physical When mind and body are In good condition here Is nothing more exhilarating than study provided it Is fresh and suited to the pupils development and needs They should bo constantly moving Into new work using the old In acquir ing It It It Is done vigorously and lioroughlr but little review that la ping over the same ground again will bo needed When In pursuit of tho now it Is discovered that certain points have not been thoroughly learned take up hose particular parts and dwell upon thom until they are understood It does not pay to go over old straw to long as there IB moro wheat in front of you than you can over got thresh ed but It does pay to do It thoroughly as you go Study hard until the mind Is weary then play or rest G SCHOOL VISITORS Give Special Invitations There is- no doubt but that the presence ofn Isltor who Is a friend of tho school Is a stimulus to good work It Is- not necessary to wait until some one appuns to come neither will it answer to extend a gonoral invitation suob as Como and see us some tlmo Think over your patrons and rlonds and make a list of those who would bo an advantage to tho school Call on number ono and ask him or ber to come at an appointed time The dato having been agreed to send a reminder the day before It 10 proper to suggest to tho visitor tho particular points you would like to havo noticed In which tho pupils need encouragement and to ask foil private suggestions to yourself Profit by DxparionceWhon tho vlalt Is over reflect upon its success or failure If it was not what you hoped discover tho causo and try all1ln Decide what course to follow with number two and have him call I a week or oo later and thus continue through tho list You will find it will materially benefit tho scho All patrons should be cordially Invited to drop In at any tlmo and should be made welcome and re celvo attention when they cow Those who cannot do tho school any good will receive benefit to them selves Thoy will bo more In toUCll and In sympathy with tho teacher and pupils and have a greater interest In what Is being done for tho chl dren Summarizing wo observe that So this chapter six things have been suggested for keeping up the Interest each going sufficiently Into details to be a guide to tho teacher Upon hlm or her everything depends A Jay or indifferent teacher may read It over and decide that these things are too difficult or require too much exertion and drift along as bofor But ono who Is alive to his own growl and to the advancement of his cchoo will welcome suggestions from what over source and will seek to put Into execntlon every plan that comment Itself to his judgement I POLITICAL NOTES Continued from Pint lal1 PEOPLE AND CONGRESS By a series of pieces of good fortune under which tho Republican party eeourc several Congressmen in places whore I they did not expect them there will I bo a Republican majority of 41 In tho next Congress North Carolln gave three Republicans and Oklahoma four or tho majority would have colQe down to about twenty Many a long time member lisa been beaten for roo cletlon and several of tho leaders who have been most strongly ludentltle with Cannon will not bo back tho Cannon himself won by a good majority Mony a Republican who geca back has a much smaller majority In his district and In several other way tho growing dlsMtlifactlon of tho people with Congress was shown This with the overwhelming eadorsomon which was given Taft and Roosevelt shows that the President far more than Congress has represented the desire of the pcoplo and that tho next Congress ought to enact many o the laws which Roosevelt bas demant ed and which it has refused to give EUROPE PLEASED All the Kurt peon countries are expressing grea pleasure at the defeat of Bryan sad there has been a decided revival of credit In those countries which will make It possible for us to borrow money there for American enlerprk Those countries are feeling better about their relation wltk us as users was always danger that a headstrati president might make a mtentei that would lead to bard feelings SOMK NOW SBNATOUS It h likely that Kern will bo wet to the United State Senate from Indians which will send up some Democrat Folk has boon beaten In his race In Missouri Ohio width is surely Rep ubllcan will probably not return Foraker and Burton and Herrlek an tho men most talked of There is sons talk that Urynn will be Sent to the senate from Nebraska two years from now- LABOR LEGIStATIONA confer once to consider legislation In the In torotJI at tho laboring man has been nailed by tho President to meet ot the White House Nov IT Gompera less not been invited CANNON TOO STRONG There seems to bo no chance to detent Cannon for tile speakershlp of the DQxt Congroiw Several Republican Congressmen arc under pledge to vote against him but there Is no probabi lity that they will get enough sup port to defeat him Tho last campaign bomb carne when John D Rockefeller announced bat ho was for Taft Bryan at once began attacking Taft because of RoelofeII ors support Republican lenders spurned tho offer of aid how iver and It is protty generally be loved that Rooktell r had come out for Taft because ho bgliuved this rould hurt tho Republican candidate 110 has cut his oyo teeth long ago and knows very well that the support of the Standard Oil Co doc a man sore harm than good When a splinter has been driven deop Into too hand it can be extract ed without pain by steam Nearly fill a widemouthed bottlo with hot water Taco the injured part over the mouth Ir tho bottlo and prose tightly The suction will draw tho flesh down and in a mlnuto or two tho steam will extract the splinter and tho Iflammatloii wUl dlrappcar Novera her Womans Homo Companion The reply of Lawrence Barrett to Jio young nctress who naked him why Dine actresses sucoeoil wbllo others vltli more talent fall applies to other ailing than that of tho HtiiRo My hltil said hu buMlnoM tact push Ilulil Influence will reach tho goal wlillo liuplo genius will faint by the way I COST OF FOREST FIRES I Forest fires sweeping ever tho woodlands of MizUiKuii WlHConili MluncscU Now York Icruisylvanl and other state have causal cnormo looses ot humor life and of timber Figures to show tho extent of tho damage for Use current year have not been compiled but tlo destructlo wrought by forest flies in oUter year I so far u It has boon posilblo to oat mate It mxo the stoat ot piotcctlv notionAccordbig i to tho figures obtalne tho loss ot life In forest fires In tLo Unit Stetes In the lost thirty year sot including 1908 hiui been 19M persons or nu average ot slxtytlvo B year The nirubor of lived report to have teen lest In tho United States and CannM th year Is more than on hundred nnd fifty Otflilnl census returns for 880 showed an area of timber lands of 10000000 acres burned yearly wIth the value of destroyed timber placed at I3COOOOOO to I500000CO and al though the nerewKO ot tarots burnt In later year I + much lore the Joss la not fcr tho reason that the timber l much more valuable Experts Mtlnulo that tho damag done to now forest growth by torest flees amounts to 90000000 yenrlj figured upon a basis of an additions growth averaging twenty cubic feet a aero n year This fcr a forwt area of 500000000 sates would be 10000 000000 cubic feet Another Incidental loss tbo rosin of forest tiro IB the dwtruotlen of Boll fertility The humus or cwwn tlal vegetable mold In the soil Is tie voured by tho flame What is lOIt in this manner can not be roeovcrei for a score ot years or moro Then there ll the danmgo to riven and adjacent farm oountry the cease ijawce of floods and dreufbt rthlc follow the destruction of crests b fire or otharwUo Thn cost to the nation SL ounU to millions of JoUans Depredation In forest wooly and In the value of Uu land visited lo flroa also endangers the prosierlt ot the territories alfetted and Is A hindrance to commercial enterprise Upon the baste of the Forest Sarvtc of Ute national government In its ex perleaeo with the forest reservations tlll ntlre eott of aamlnlHraUoa H which iBdudlaic a tire petrol amevaU only to OM east an aeon Uw ww forest aroa of UM United Stales eoMh bo well pntrotlod anti 11ICJCet d tron laatatlnr ttow fcr leas Urea SMO M a year This vookl mean a artravtng In timber losses atone ol IW MtM regardtaos of the oUter whys tatDy Its flro patrol UM tomtiineat lbrest ftwrl r4WICIOII Use bunted ior area frog atStt sere in 11 to 8M10 in 1007 During the mme period Uta Botloaal fKsU were Iccreased Ia- HnlRWO rom 18000060 to IQSoO- Ort i The qtHMIon of protection rom forest fires will Ue dlaeuaoii in the IlUnlMirg meeting ot te Amnrleaa 3lvle AMrctatlDn watch UM been an alive supporter of niftont Placket hlef of the United Slatve nnratu of forestry In his effort tor forcet ron orvalion The Pttsbert meeting will Iw held Ncretntor 1710 The need fer Car ratrol Is Mlnr nraoUy ejaptitilaeil by the tires lust are dsraitatlng the timber lands rhofo Mvlcent aUtamMn who voted nlntt the Pre+btesthi tw ger a h lily now roallw how little wisdom an ww iBicL soltlaliBoae Utaro was in heir ootsrasThe Omaha Bco TUB MAN WHO WINS Br Charles R Barrett he man who wins Is an average man Not built on any peculiar plan Not blosV with city peculiar luck Jut steady tuui earnest aad full of pluck lion asked a Question he doos not guota lie knows and unaware no or yes then st n WIt that tho rest cant do JIo buckles down till bos put It through Threo things hos learned that tho tuna who tries Finds favor in his employers eyes Tllnt it pays to know moro than ono thing we31 That It dooflht pay all he knows to toll So ho works anti waits till ono flno day heros a beUor1 ob with bigger pay And tho I11cnI6 vBo shirked whonover thoy could f Aro bossed by tho man whoso work madogood For tho man who wins Is tho man who works Who neither labor nor trouble shirks Who uses his hands his head his eyes Thorn who wino is tho man who i tries i o THE MARKET Boroa Prices Potatoes IrIsh per bu LOO Cabbage 3o per lb Apples per bu 1 65 200IButter per Bacon per lb 12yte lIam per lb 16a Lard per Ib 12 0 Chickens on foot per lo 7e liens on foot per Ib 7c I Feathers per lb SOc 3 Corn 760 4 Wheat per bu 900IiOats 60c 1 Live Stooky t I IxwIivlllOjr Nov 10 1908 CATTLE Shipping steers 00 K55 Jeer steers 2 60 426 Fat heifers and cows 2 60 375 Cutters 2 00 2SCO Canners 1 00 1 75 Bulls 1 75 300 Feeders 250400St- ockers 1 7C 3 60 Choice milch cows 35 00 45 00 Common to fair 10 00 30 00- CALVBS Best 0 25 C 75 Medium 4 00 5 00 Common 2 60 4 00 HdOS 100 lbe and lip 5 00 130 to ICO lbe C 45 Pigs 4 30 Roughs I 96 dow- nSHHEPBost lambs 4 00 6 00 Culls 2 60 400 Fat sheep 3 00 don llAM5CbollC sugar cured light and special cure 12 O Ho heavy to medium 12e9- 110ULDRRS9c BACONSldea 12c bellies He breakfast bacon 16V4c LARD Pure tierces UUcj tub 11H cents pure leaf tlarccs 12V4c firkins 12ft c tubs 12Xc DRiED t1E EhUeE- GOSCase count 18c per dot BUTTER lC30c per lb POULTRY Spring chickens 0llc hens 7He dusks old Bo turkeys 1012C ducks young 9c Vf HATNo 2 red lihL CORNNo 2 whit 713sO 2 nixed 7e- OATSNew No S white llfto No mixed lips- COMMENT0N MR BRYAN The best aad perhaps the fairest deseripUon of Bryan Inaloamo to our Hollee during tie heat of the Damp sign wee br William Allen White In OaJHWi for Ooiotw 17 Moro Is a part of it In the years that have pallid slaoa that day of triumph twvJve year ago In Cbkane the thee et the young men bas grows wore nifgad TIle Mar tae wont from his forehead Litton of ain bare marked kto kindly rc Maturity has sped hits in MIWy Bet his skin still U altar and eme to refloat In sense ooeult vra an boiisat soul his mouth Is the mouth of at truthful teats + Ihit at tile core be la atlll an agitates whose mlaalon Is to arouse the people not to rule over them He te Indomitable but WH Just He te strong but net wise His heart Is right bat hU bond lacks training And the times demand jtwtlc now not enthvala m Mr Itryans eteetton would stop the clock of reform became of his leek of I teDeetual strength Over this bock nations have atHmlil d In the pas When they have faewl tho onnteat Mtweon the weak and the strong be wlon thovo who have and those wbr save not no leader has born focctnl wIle ran mark the lino of fairness In trusting the dlftereneox So civllt Uon attar nivlllwtlen has fallen Our ivlllintlnn will survive only as It k jl1t And he who errs on the side ot tho weak errs Jut as fatally to the teal settlement of his contest nil ho fcottira for the strong Mr Tall hits been a good Judge It- IIOCKI aoviraor of the Philippines aNIlAgoad Secretary of War Ho 1 use a gr ort President- BEREA LOSES SUIT CMtlHwil lotm ltr t rise lollcvjnf with JiuticetHarlan nndDay hat tho upholding of tho unnecessary aw weakens the bulwarks of llbirty for the whites and blanks alike Jt loos not however greatly affect lilt- lit this time The law In lOOt forced us to exclude colored students after we had oaoJved them without collision cr candnl for forty years We then aid- a them to attend other schools and set apart 200000 towad founding a colored school for Kentucky This was n great hardship with nllollr urgent work for alto mountain em but wo already haye pledges for a largo part ot an adjustment fund to reimburse Boron Collonj and to nowIthe colored people of Kentucky arc ubscrlblnrr very liberally hoping to have n school of Own ntian tcarly The Porter Drug Co INOOBFOBATID PHONE 12 BEREA KY OMOh + M Oh he- oeoAoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo soeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeaeaeoes 0 0- g Berea and Vicinity i8- o 0 8o e e GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURC- ESeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeaeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe 0 0- I DR BEST DENTISTCITY e OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE Mr Dan Brock the Insurance mar of Richmond was a Dorea vlilto MondayMr Mrs Oscar Qabbard ot Will Inceton were tho guests of Mr J L Uabbard and family tho first of the I weekMrs John Fowler has been quite 111 for tho past week- I have a tow very choice coats for ladles and children left over from my special salt of last week I will sell those coats at a gnat reduction In price until Nov llth Mrs S U Baker Mr and Mrs 8 L Isaacs who iMO been making a short visit with their daughter Mrs J 1C Baker loft Mon day for their homo at Valley View Mr Will Haley has purchased U IU Harris stock of grooerlos on Main St and will continuo to do business there MlM Anna Iowoll of Kerby Knob WM tho guest of Mr and Mm J 1C Baker from Friday till Sunday Jules Oraee Adams was quite III the first of Ute week Quito a large crowd from Berea slit Sunday at Big 11111 Spring Rev sad Mrs Henry Derthlck who were BO cordially welcomed by their many frlsnds bore during their short r alt returned to their homo at HaxoJ OrIon Monday Whllo hero Rev IterthUk J111 tMAtlRgs at the Christ i hrvleh wtere be was once pastor I r a few years- I bas liaise of UM MW stylish Mht fltttac teats In broadcloth whleh I will sail very swap until Nov llth Mrs S R linker About otte hundred UdlM were urea nt at the Motlesra and Matrons moot- tag hold at Ladle Hall last Saturday aftMaoon Tho very interesting program Uml was given and tho light ro frottmonts served ooutlstlng of dough nuts and eoffM made a very enjoyable afternoon for those present I The member of Mr B B CartraoHt Sunday school clue tboroly a class social held in the onJoldI Dulldtog from t till 8 oclock evening All the good limos known to young people were enjoyed and the delightful spread formed duo rf thr Inset mtmornnle events of the evening Prot T A Mdwnrds who lias boon 111 with nsrvo troubles this fall went Tuesday noon to visit roatlves in Northwestern Ohio He expects to put in bis whole time resting and toI bo able to take up his work this winter Alwin D Todd was luawasfully op orated upon lait Saturday for nppsn djoltla till oow bad gone very far and tho operation was barely In time to prevent serious complications 0Mrs Cuddybank and Mlaa Tristram w at Lornln 0 are visiting Mrs A K Thomson nil Mm Cowloy respect ively It you taut bolt quality latest etlee and the most becoming hat nt a bargain vlilt our millinery dspart mufti Mrs S II Maker Wins Thomson who has llctn visit lilY hor slater Mrs A B Thomson has returned to her homo In northern Ohio Tho Conversation Club will meet Friday nlpU with Mr end Mrs StanlOy I 1rost TUo subject will bo The Newspaper of Today nnd Tomorrow j Mrs Frost went met week to Knox ville to attend tho UlStnto conferen ce bf tho Y W C A She 18 a mom bet ot tho UlStato Board of Control James W Williams the only colored licensed real estate nant in Louis vlllo was In town this week on bull ness with tho college Miss Edith Hughes of Parkevlllo Mo traveling secretary of tho Pres byterian Home Missionary Society of thu Southwest spoke In Chapel IrlIday on tho work among thq r Mrs A E Richards who will 00 remembered hero as Miss Mary Jan McClellau now A missionary In the East Central Africlan M E Mission will reach hero soon and tell of tin work there There was a good deal of excitement enrly this week over the find- Ing near tho Cemetery ot tho body rr a new born quadroon child Murder was suspected for some time but ar official Investigation showed that th child bolonged to a girl who returned a couple of months ago after a year absence and that It wan born doad Miss Lucy Jones of London spoke to the young peoples societies and at tho Chapel Sunday night on mis sion work In China from which sbel had recently returned Dr Spencer of tho Eastern Ken lucky Normal gave a very address on the Mission of brilliantI thf members ot tho Clio ollla clubs and their friends last Thursday afternoon In upper chapel In the evening at the homo nr Mrs W II Porter the clubs hold a reception In honor of Dr Spencer at which she spoke on Club Federation Mrs LIvengood s readings from Dunba and alloy Added greatly to tho en joyment of the evening Refreshments consisting of fruit salad marguerites chocolates and almonds were served CENTRAL RECORD SOLD LanIHonloy Bastln of this city at a good figure Is making tho transfer today It was found that some tceuBloalltlee misted In the mortnxos on the paaes and to make matterc clear Mr Lan dram tiled a deed of assignment to lien D Herndon Ono of tho mortngeu had boon made by tho late James R Marr when ho published tho paper The plant will continue to run with Mr landmm in charge until the msttsr hi adjusted Mr Landram has lit view sownpnpcr work at another point PUBLIC SALE On Saturday Nov 38 there will be sold at public nuetlon my farm ot 3S acres on Muddy Crook road about 100 yards from the Monotoso plko near Crooksvlllo Also three stacks of hay Terms on day of sale E C Lamb Kingston ICy FOR RENT 40 acres of corn land on Brushy Fork of Silver Creek J W Herndon or J W Dlnsmore FARM FOR RENT Good farnrat Brasstleld For sale or- rent Possession given at once Apply to W D Logsdon Berea Ky or J P ogsdon Panola Ky WA TEDTo hear from Sydney rlfflth or Sydney Qllllland or his lalra last heard of In Virginia W F Cliamp Executor of W P Griffiths estate Public Sale Wo tho holrs of Thomas P Hulctt Icconsed will on Saturday Nov 14 1908 on thu promises two miles from Jerca on tho Wallaceton pike in iladlson County Ky sell to tho high ot and boot bidder two tracts of land is follows TRACT NO 1 contains 42 acres ilos upon it a tour room box house barn good spring water good garden tad small orchard TRACT NO 3 contains 97 acres 8 acres In meadow land 25 acres timber land remainder in pasture Has ipon it a six room double log house with all necessary out buildings and argo barn also an orchard and well vatcred land Will offer the tWQ farms separately hen as a whole and whichever way hey bring the most money that ild will bo accepted J E Hulott J N Hulett E T lIuletv W P Prowltt Auctioneer I UZPFUse And do not fail to visit our store when inneed something good to eat We carry a complete line ofstaple and fancy groceries fruits and vegetables THE CLEAN STORE 511 1R Ipratber d Successor to Golden Grocers Company pbone 184 matt Street Opposite Cfttscn Office oneoeososoeoeoeoeosoeoeoe 8 o 0 I o College Items i o 0 HERE AND THERE- oeneoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoi S Dont forget the football game next Saturday It ought tt be as good as the last one for Georgetown player T U n 5G game last Saturday and Bsrca tied T U That means a clod hard game and one that will bo worth seeingWork on the Adjustment Fund has begun In earnest and almost the full staff of college workers Is In the field Prof Dlnsmoro left last west and Is working In the Western part of the state while Dr Thomson went Monday neon to begin work around Covington Miss Nora Wilson a student of last year writes that she Is teaching school at Jamestown N D at a very comfortable salary William Hopkins 06 writes that he Is principal of the high school at Dubooh La having five teachers un der him and enjoying his work great ly lie sands greetings to all lila Bores friendsA of about ten Derea workers and urday teachers went to Richmond Sat The PIg Roast Friday night no1 so largo as some have been VnI most enjoyable and some of the speeches and poems were unusually good The crowd took particular pleasure in watching one young man who proved that he la not nearly eo wise as ho thinks he Is Ho forgot If he over knew that It is much ender to look away from a tire than towards It and acted as If no one could see him and his glrljlst because they were on the outside edge lie ought to study the habits of that famous bird the ostrich te It at least has sense enough to hide IU tend Tho Rev Mr Wood of Mayflvlllo was a college visitor last weekI JA Diplomatic Encounter Original I will not dwell on how I a woman got Into the foreign secret service Fa ther tiled Insolvent Mother find I were reduced from affluence to positive want 1 applied to a friend lu tho for eign ofllce fur a clerkship It happened that nt the time the Americans wot aiming at a treaty with Japan that would be projuillelnl to our Interests Aft emissary of she state department at Washington was on his way via the Mediterranean with the treaty The vessel he traveled lu was to stop at Marseilles I confess I was shocked at the proposition that was made tueI who bad never done a mean thing In my lite to wheedle a knowledge of the drift of the treaty out of the American nut the reward wns great enough to keep mother and mo la comparative comfort In social life I had been considered what the Americans call a flirt but I way never dishonorable I would never attack a man unless he was In clined that way himself Now I was axpoctcd to win one simply for pay The temptation was too great for me I yielded I boarded the ship nt Marseilles Roger Sutherland whom I was to snare was a modest look ing quiet man I soon made his ac quaintance and he seemed to take to moot once Ho said thnt If It were not for my accent he would not be lieve me to be English that I had all the sprightliness of an American girl the game 1 was playing was natural to mo I didnt have to try to win him If I had possibly 1 might have tailed Hut ns to stealing the Information I illdnt know where to begin We hud passed through the canal before I von tured to make a move In thnt direc lon 1 began by asking Lila occupa Ion Ho prevaricated I teased him He told me that he had a government position and that was nil that 1 cpuld got out of him for a long while Then suddenly ho told me evcrytulqg I wonilbrotl why he who had BO long loop reticent should hove changed BO quickly nil nnswbml my every ques lion Jiml truthfully The treaty wuo In his tnmk luhls stateroom Did he not rear It would bo stolen No There wns a lock on the trunk that had been mndc for It The key was of n peculiar kind The next time we hero on deck together feigning to be moved by a natural feminine curiosity I teased him to let me sec the key He took It out of his pocket and banded It to me Feigning nn Inten ion to frighten him I rnn to the side of the ship and held It In my fist over the water Ho didnt even follow me So I took It back and gave It to him I bait provided myself with n bit of wax and had squeezed nn Impression of the key- PretendingI that I tied lost the key of my own trunk I called for one of the ships mechanics to make me an other from the wax Impression My victim Invariably spent an hour or more utter dinner In the smoking room I took a great risk I entered bU stateroom and with the key mode from the Impression opened the trunk found the treaty took it to my stateroom copied ItIt was In cipher and got It back to the trunk In plenty of I time to avoid getting caught With success came the pricking of conscience I told my victim of my i circumstances the loss of my father my effort to obtain employment and ended by falsely telling him that I was going out to India to be a governess From that moment his manner changed toward me I had consid Bred before that my success was due to having won his heart Now I was sure of It Then he asked me to be his wife Now tor tho first time I realized that If I had won him I had been won In winning him Whatever was good In my nature rebelled nt my trickery I longed to confess It and throw myself upon his mercy nut I dared not From loving me he would despise inc I told him hint I could never be his wife that there was n barrier between us that I wns unworthy of him He soothingly reassured me said my con science was abnormally sensitive that he was sure one so lovely could not do anything very wrong The night before we reached Bombay wo were on deck together under thief starry heavens Sweetheart ho said we part tomorrow It rests with you whether our parting shall be forever or 1 shall call on you on my return You are not cut out for n diplomat but you will make n good wlfo for one A diplomat I n diplomat He took my hand I suspected you the moment you began to piny your game and I played mine to trop you I gave you my key on purpose and know how you used It by traces of wax adhering to It Certain pages of the mnnuscrlpt you stole were loosely tucked together and I found them de tuchetl I was disappointed to learn nil this but when afterward you told me how you hind been tempted I pitied you You are a lady nnd out of your element I would bo sorry for you losing your pay If I wished you lp earn pay In thnt way And my copy of the cipher Ills patch I faltered I will give It to you nt once Dont hurry It is no cipher but n Jumble Intended to deceive you lad do you mean that yon can love one who has made Jlhls abject at tempt It we only loved thoso who were perfect there would be no marriage You here simply been parted for a srlcf time by circumstances from your aatural self OWUNDOLIN ADAMS As t Courage Trainers Wife to her husband Coward Come out of there and meet mo face to face It you have a drop of blood In your veins IWhat Shed Had it wns discovered that the milk lint turned sour little Jimmy gravely remarked I guess some one must have given the cow a lombnsPetrolt Free Press- 6chppdnhauer Ad J on Innocence Innocence Is la Its Very nature stu lId The lint criminal and murderer Cato who acquired nv knowledge or gnllt and through guilt acquired n kn6wledgo of virtue by repentnuce nnd ft i amo to understand tbo meaning ot life la a tragical figure moro slpnlfl rant and almost niQnKrefpectablo than all tho Innocent toolslntho worl111lllf together f ABOUT ADVERTISINGNO S- How to Write Retail Advertising Copy By Herbert Kaufman A skilled layer of mosaics works with small fragments ofstonethey fit into more places than the larger chunks The skilled advertiser works with small wordsthey fit into more minds than big phrases 1 he simpler the language the greater cer tainty that it will be understood by the least intelligent reader r The construction engineer plans his road bed where there is a minimum of gradehe works along the lines of least resistance The advertisement which runs into moun tainous style is badly surveyedallminds are t not built for high level thinking Advertising must be simple When it is tricked out with the jewelry and silks of literary expression it looks as much out of place as a ball dress at the breakfast table The buying public is only interested in facts People read advertisements to findout what you have to sell The advertiser who can fire the most facts in the shortest time gets the most returns Blankcartridges make noise but they do not hit blank talk however clever is only wastedI spaceYou force your salesmen to keep to solid factsyou dont allow then to sell muslin with quotations from Omar or trousers with excerpts from Marie Corelli You must not tolerate in your printed selling talkanything that you are not willing to countenance in personalsalesmanship Cut out clever phrases if they are inserted to the sacrifice of clear explanations write copy as you talk Only be more brief Publicity is costlier than conversationranging in price downward from 600 a line talk is not cheap Then but IdollketchI will not have time to bother about the gew j gaws of writing Afterwards take the typeIwritten manuscript and cut out every and every line that can be erased withoutomitating an important detail What remains in theI end is all that really counted in the beginning Cultivate brevity and simplicity Savon Francais may look smarter but more people will understand French Soap Sir Isaac Newtons explanation of gravitation coverssit pages but the schoolboys terse and Jiprnely What goes up must come down clinches the whole thing in six words 1v Copyright 190S by Tribune Company Chicago 450Buys a good 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MMcrtptloa It paid If It U ot Hanged wtlhU Utet weekj attic TCMW otllf ut- MlHli umber will W gtdlyuppned If we are tiled Fine prrralami cheap with taw inb eripttani and prompt renewvli Sand for Premium LIlt Liberal terms fi en toy whoabut aew kKTlptloai fr ui Any one nendln m fen- pearl bcriptloa too recleYt The cwc Its e blmI for oar ar AdTertlilnc rate oa ippllolUm YILI or CBNTUCXY PRESS AkSOCIATTOII h ma 11 London gas companies sup ply among them 46403852000 cubic feet of gas to 1101896 consumers King Edward Is not as deeply Interested In advancing the cause of demon racy as some of his radical friends TIf the Florida had any personal feel Ings tho couldnt help wondering now what the navy department has against her Taking chargo of him so late in life It Is hard for the American woman to train the continental husband to her liking worldcircling automobilists are making the discovery that repair shops do not line the way through the wilds of Siberia Still some persons might think that after o man had been fed on sonr milk for a month be would be mad enough to fight anybody It will cost cents to send a letter to Great Britain In the tan People about to collect English ances tral estates will save money by wait Ing It Is said that the primeval oyster was a foot long It is to be hoped that the presentday etiquette as to his consumption did not prevail at that time A Youngstown 0 man says hell san an airship from Hammondsport N Y home In eight tours lIes tak- Ing on a heavier cargo of faith than of gasoline Girls in Denmark take out Insurance against becoming old maids Dacha Lora In this country would welcome something of tho sort as a protection against matrimony The yearold prince royal ot Spain has been enlisted as a private soldier In the kings regiment Promotion from the ranks will not bo difficult 1o arrange In his case Blueblooded Americans who find the modern gamo of politics a little beneath them will be by tho transatlantic accommoQatedI panies at the usual King Edward refuses the job of re forming Russia and giving it a consti tutional government during his talk with the czar on the Gulf of Finland Edward recognizes his limitations The duke of Abruzzl thinks a years wait will Inform him whether ho truly and sureenough loves Kath erlne ElkIns This must be some ot that overpowering passion for whltih the Italians are noted In threo years England has pate nearly 250000000 of the national debt and proposes an ojd ago pension to cost 30000000 a year This looks as If financial panics were sidestepping tho right little tight little Isle They say tho women golfers are showing greater progress In the gam than the men this season Are they destined to outshine the men on the links Some day perhaps Then the champiqnshlp games will be coedu rational According to the opinion of a certain physician people who aro tall and fair are predisposed toward rheumatism and those who are short and dark are predisposed toward nervous disorders What about the women who are disposed to change their hair and com plexions to harmonize with each sea sons fashionable color Australia Is preparing to show honor to the visiting American battle- shIp fleet while that great aggrega tion of fighting craft Is stilt a long way oft The British squadron on duty In that section of tho world will meet the United States vessels at the FIJI Islands and escort them to Aus trallan waters and great will be the Jollification at the antipodes Americans are not tho only oneil who are carrying i on exciting experi ments with flying machines A French aeronaut has made a trip with an aeroplane skimming along for several thousands of feet not more than six or seven feet from the ground There Is at least one advantage in flying as low as that The smashup In not likely to be so treat when the collapse comes t Auto Racing Makes for and Better Roads IIByJOHN JACOB ASTOR II facing is sure to ndvnnce the automobile It tends to produce the best material to induce men to study out better machinery to build better tires to workout every technical problem Then there is another side to tho question fine ing tends to better roads and better roads are ono of tho best examples of advance in civilization Without good roads a country cannot progress They arc the means of promoting trade and intercourse between far distant communiitcs And automobile racing helps to bring this about Unlike the aeroplane the automobile seems today well nigh perfect up to a certain point It is at this moment far ahead of the roads especially in our country We need bettor roads here in the United States I dont mean for tho sako of tho automobiles alone but for the sake of those who must necessarily use thorn to bring their products to market whether it be the farmer or the manufacturer A farmer can move his crops at much less cost for transportation on a good road than he must spend on ft bad one The automobilists dont ask for good roads for themselves alone but for all their countrymen whether they be farmers manufacturers or simply travelers A good automobile has come down very much in price since the intro duction of selfpropelled vehicles It will come down moreen price I think as its use becomes more general and popular I doubt however the prediction of those optimists who say that the time will come when an automobile will become as cheap as the ordinary vehicle because it contains its own motive power which is a fact to be considered Coat of ArmsEasy to Get By JAMES GRANT Students theFaculty By II d Bet cr- Machines That John D Rockefeller was satisfied to be shown to be the descendant of a me diocre mediaeval French baron called lloquefeuil is a point for his modwsty The pedigreeBeckers of the British museum the Astor or Boston libraries or the Biblio theque Xationale would have made him out the rejeton of the Capets the Ilapsburgs or the Hohenzollcrns for a less sum of mon ey than the great oil magnate probably earns in half a day Nor could these pedi greemongers have been very well gainsaid For if 0 ancestorhunter calculate that you had two parents who were in their turn possessed of four who acknowledged eight who owned 16 who must have had 32 who boasted of 64 parentsif you travel along on this ratio for 10 or 20 generations you will find that the people of France let us say who aro alive and active today must necessarily have been related to all those French people who existed six or eight or ten hundred years ago One thing is incontrovertible on the simple figures of the matter And that is that every white man now alive in the world can show a rotation ship with every white man who existed 2500 years ago On other words no European could be held to be untruthful who should say that he was descended from say the first Brutus for after a certain number of genera tions of blood admixtures it matters very little in the descendant whether his claim be direct or collateral as far as any of the characteristics or even blood of the original ancestor is concerne- dIt is safe to say that direct ancestry cannot be traced in European families much beyond 15 generations or roughly 500 years The fable that King Edward isa lineal descendant of Ilongist and Horsa is about as ridiculous as the statement that the Hapsburgs arc directly sprung from Octavian the nephew of Julius Caesar Evolution has clearly enough shown that animals plants cease to propagate after having done so for a certain number of generation This would he all the more so in generations of nobility or gentry which are almost invariably inbred or exclusive So it is clear that Mr Rockefeller who is far too wise probably to care one way or the other may have a coatofarme of the lioqucfouil family but it is certain that lie has derived neither blood nor characteristics from that highly respectable house The Greeks made few mistakes in their choice of words They called the best man arietos without reference to birthand the best people aristoi It is pleasant to reflect that one may trace a close relationship to an arietos four or five generations back and BO construct a kind of nobility of blood end breeding upon the fact that he is transmitting his blood to us To claim this over a score of generations is however a hist- oriCAl absurdity and an evolutionary impossibility a and PRESIDENT VAN HISE Ut ItolrtriUr VbcmtUa you and The ideal relation between faculty and students should be that of comrades work ing together for a common purpose older and younger comrades it is true each with their own privileges but still comrades The mutual sentiments of students and faculty should be those of warm cordiality I hope that within this university the relation of elder and younger comrades which already exists between many profes rors and students may become universal At various times there has been more or less antagonism between a considerable portion of the students and the faculty When one investigates tIle causes of this antagonism he usually finds that it has grown up in connection with misunderstandings and differences of opinion upon matters which arc accessory to the real purposes of tho university such as athletics and society affairs Aa is often the case lack of harmony with reference to minor things has led to partial estrangement in major things The students are young men and women young therefore thoughtless and careless frequently headstrong They are young and they have not yet been sobered by responsibility and seasoned by ex perience j but they ore generous enthusiastic likable and hopeful with tho faith of youth With few exceptions they intend to do the right thing if they know what the right thing 19 It is the duty of the faculty to point the way to the students with calm reasonableness Never yet have I known a body of representative students who failed to give fair weight to the ideas presented to them if presented for their consideration with the appeal to do thethin that is for tho best interests of themselves the university nnd tho state f GOVERNORS AGAIN TO MEET INVITATIONS AGAIN SENT OUT DY CONSERVATION COMMITTEE Will Discuss Work Which National Commission Has Been Carrying on During Summer and Fall Washington Nov 9 Invitations to a second meeting In Washington of the governors or their representatives have been sent out by the national conservation committee The date an nounced Is December 1 the first general meeting of tho commission illicit for organization Both these meetings are the out growth of the white house conference of governors last May at which the conservation movement was launched At he forthcoming meeting tho gov ernors will discuss tho work which tho national conservation commission has been carrying on during the sum mer and fall Tho outcome of this work Is the first thorough inventory of tho nn dons natural resources the federal government has over made Tho In ventory Is now practically complete and most of tho summaries on the waters forests lands and minerals ol tho United States have been handed in by the experts who have been stead fly at work on them for nearly live monthsOn Inventory which the con servation commission expects to lay before the governors tho report which President Roosevelt line requested the commission to make to him not later than January 1 will be based From present Indications the Decum ber conference will be second In in porlanco only to the conference last May Governors who can not attend In person will send representative and the executives aro Invited to bring advisers along as they did last spring The governors of more than hall tho states have appointed commission and these commissions now are at work along tho same tines In their states that tho national commission Is following The governors of most of tho other states have announced their Intention to appoint commix sions Tho week beginning December G will be a conservation week In Wash lag bringing together may representa tive men from all parts of tho coun try There will bo at least four Im portant bodies In session here WhOM purposes aro connected with the con servation movement Besides tho meeting of tho govern ors with the national conservation commission tho country life commis slon will hold a meeting after having completed tho first part of Its swing around the country Tho southern commercial congress whose chief purpose Is tho awakening of the people of the 14 southern states to tho value of their natural resources will be in session on December 7 and S and will then merge with the na tonal river and harbors congress which will hold Its annual meeting Do cember 9 to 11- NOTORIOUS DIVORCE MILL Of South Dakota Has Been Completely Wiped Out By Vote Sioux Falls S D Nov 9la the referendum of last Tuesday tho people of South Dakota havo voted over whelmingly to end South Dakotas famous divorce mill After tile state canvassing board moots at Pierre tilt first week of next month and nn nounces officially that the now law has been approved It will be no log er possible for tho discontented wives and husbands of the whole world to conic to South Dakota and by spend ing six months dbtaln a secret hear tag freedom and tho right to engage In more marriages The 12 largest counties In the state on tho law stands yes 1D805 no 10189The new law provides that the plain tiff in on action for divorce must nave been an actual resident in good faith of this state for one year and of the county where an action is commenced for three months preceding the suit Thugs Were Busy Chattanooga Tenn Nov 9 During Saturday night four persons were found unconscious in the streets of this city having been knocked in tho head by thugs Ono of tho victims Charles Baggett a negro died B Lu Owens a white farmer had his head cut open lie said a negro struck him and robbed him Tho last victim was a negro women who was found on East Ninth street with a ghastly cut In the center of her forehead Sentenced To Eight Years In Prison Denver Col Nov 9John E Good ing president ot the defunct State Bank of Rockyford Col was sen tenced to serve eight to ten years lu state prison Ho had been convicted on charges of making unlawful use ol the banks funds and receiving do pcslts after ho knew tho bank to b Insolvent Killed the Shipwrecked Amoy Nov 9Tbo bodies of 78 ol the 200 victims of the wreck of the small steamer which occurred neat Tungan havo been brought here Some of them worn killed while in the water by piratical boatmen Intent on robbery I Wrights Luck Paris Nov DTho nomination ol Wilbur Wright the American nero pianist will go before tho grand coun cil of the Legion of Honor Monday Iciho A THRILLER How to Give an Electric Shock While Shaking Hands To receive an electric shock while shaking hands Is quite a mystery to your friends This may bo accomplished with the aid of a small Induction coil that can bo constructed at home The core A Fig 1 Is con structed In the usual manner with small soft Iron wire to make a bundle about three aixteenths of an Inch In diameter and about two Inches long The coil ends are made from card board about one inch In diameter with three slzteenths Incb hole In tho center When cutting tho hole cut It as shown In Fig 2 so as to leave four small pieces that can bo bent out leaving the projections as shown After wrapping three or four turns of paper around the bundle of wires the cardboard ends are put on with the projections Inside so the coils of wlro will hold them in place About 70 turns of No 34 doublecovered mag net wire Is first placed on the coro for tho primary and then 1500 turns of No 33 or 34 double wire It wrapped on top ot the primary for tho secondary Sufficient length of wlro mutt be left outside front each end of both windings to make connections The vibrator B Fig 1 and tho up port C are made from thin spring steel about onoclgth Inch wide bent as shown and securely fastened to the cardboard end of the coil Tho anna Lure Is made from n soft piece of Jron about thrcoslxtcenlbslnch In diameter and three slxteenths Inoh thick which It soldered to tho end of the vibrator directly opposite tile end of the core A small screw It fitted In the end of the support C for adjustment which should bo tipped with platinum placed where tho screw will touch tho vibra tor B- One of the primary wires Is con nected to the screw support The vi brator Is connected to a flash lamp bat cry D Tho other primary wire It Dettils of Induction Coil connected to a switch S which In turn is connected to tho other terminal of the battery The switch S may be made from a three etghthrlnch cork with the wires put through about thrtoulxlcenths inch apart and allow them to project about one halt Inch The plate E Is cut about one batt Inch square tOm a piece of copper and It fastened to tho heel ot one shoe and connected with a wire from tho sec ondary coil which must be concealed inside of the trouser leg Tho other secondary wire Is connected through tho coat sleeve to a finger ring F rho vibrator screw must be properly adjusted When the vibrator Is not working the armature should be about one lxteenlhinch from the core and directly opposite The coil when complete says Popu lar Mechanics will be about 2V4 Inches long and one Inch In diameter The coil can be placed in an old box that has been used for talcum powder or shaving stick Tho space around the coil In the box can bo filled with paper to keep It tight Tho coil and battery are carried lathe pockets and the cork button put lathe outside coat pocket where It can bfr pressed without attracting atten tion Seeing Oxford An Oxford student was showing two fair cousins through Clulstchurch collegeThat he explained Is tho picture gallery that the library and that tower contains tho famous bell Great Tom of Oxford Stooping qulckl he picked up a atono and sent It crashing through a secondstory Ivyframed window whore there immediately appeared a face purple with rage And that added tho young man helpfully Is tho dean Thus It was that be came to leave one seat of learning for another Success Magazine Still Useful A small girl lost at Coney Island was kindly cared for at tho pollcq sta tion until her parents should be found Tho matron endeavoring to keep the child contented had given hot a candy cat wiht which she played happily all dayAt night the cat had disappeared and tho matron Inquired if it had been lostNo saId thu little maid I kep It most all day But then It got so dirty I was shamed to look at It to I cult Protest Against Open Pulpit Thirty widelyknown clergymen and 1300 communicants of tho Protestant Episcopal church have petitioned Bishop Ozl W Whitaker against the open pulpit but ho refused to act saying that Iw Is fully persuaded that tho amendment Ji in no sense an Inv frlngometit upon the fundamental law uf the church A PEST SEAL It Was the Mans Solt Companlen and Meant of Support Most people are accustomed to thInk of a seal merely as an amphibious creature from which scabkln cloaks caps etc aro obtained but few are aware that It Is an animal of great In telligence and as capable of being do mesticated and mode a pet of IIIIL dog or cat The small slat frequenting the coasts of Great Britain though Interior In value to Its cousin of the South seat surpasses It In this Intel licence and tractablllty It Is easily tamed and can even bo trained to tol Itt Head Snuggled Into His Neck low Its muter like n dorot course In Us own awkward legless fashion At I was walking along tho beach at Scarboro England one day I observed a little crowd of people gath Bred around a nondescript vehicle half cart halt tank Beside the vehicle toed a man and on It a small seal was amusing the crowd by plunging Into the water at the word of command from its mat ter catching slicks and bringing them to him In lit mouth and performing sundry other tricks after which a ragged cap was patted around and a few pennies and half pennies col looted I patted on and had gone a contld erablo distance along tho sands whoa 1 suddenly became aware that every body except myself the pedestrians tho donkeys on which children were getting penny rides the old women selling curious shells tho hucksters peddling early pears gingerbread and other edibles the peepshow men ovary one In short wu butenluc In the other direction Tho tide was coming In Not wishing to bo caught In the rapid waves that chased each other up the beach I turned aluo and tab lowed the multitude town ward for I saw that the high wator line clearly defined on the sea wall by a dark heavy growth of seaweed was decidedly above my head When I reached tho place where the teal wan exhibiting I found the throng all gone and the man standing alone by hit cart with the tired creature clinging to his breast lit paws retting on hit shoulders and Its head snug glad Into his neck Just like a kitten or a little child while the man gently stroked Its wet glistening bACk with hit hand I stood a moment much Interested looking at tho pair 91o seems to know you said J Oh ho knows me said tho man with the ring of affectionate convlc ion In hit voice Ho knows me and loves me dearly and understand every word I say to him And his hand 7 th a yet tenderer touch pressed still closer to his old faded red waistcoat the wet dripping form of his bumble friend It was a clear case of mutual at tachment EXPERIMENT IN DYNAMICS Odd Movements of a Spool of Thread and Pencil A halfunrolled spool of thread III placed on a table and the thr ait or u The Experiment pulled horizontally from the under sIde of it the spool contrary to gen oral expectation will roll towards the band In connection with this It let f cylinderIsaround which the thread It wound than It Is at the points on which It rolls It will roll away from the handt when the thread Is pulled This ox porlment can bo tried by panting a pencil through a spool nnd retting the ends of It on two books as In too Jr lustration Also if tho thread bet drawn from the under sldo of n tulle spool resting oa a flat surface Limo spool will not move In either direction The Presbyterian mission board of Dallas Tex Is to conduct ajrgetnight school this wlntor I TAFT AND SHERMAN BY A BIG MAJORITY THE ELECTION AT A GLANCE President William Howard Taft Vice President Jntncs SclTuolcrnft Sherman Republican electoral vote 31 vols15INumberNumber states carried by Ilryan IG Marylands eight votes split Now York Ohio and Indiana go for Taft Now Congress Republican Majority In house 41 Majority In senate 17 Winning Governors Illinois Charles S Denccn Hep i 111ura11ty23000In- diana Thomas n Marshall Dora plurality 10000 Wisconsin J 0 Davidson Hop plurality In doubt Michigan Fred M Warner Reps plurality 7000 loa H F CarrcU Rep plurality GOOOO Ohio JmUon Harmon ham plurality In doubt Col Shufrolli Dem HopDc1JoaAlbert W OlIchrlBl Dom HepMansMtnn John A Johnson Dem HopMonUNob A C Sbnllenborger Dem RepNN 03w W Kitchen vm Repk1Arent3 OM K Ansel Dem RepUtah Repst nirIlman osnpfi Q Cannon wins by ma jority of 8000 Ihalrmnn Payne of ways and means committee Is rorlectod Chairman Hepburn of Interstate and foreign oommorco ooramlttee Is de feated JeuKrewman Dalzell of 1enu hands Identified with tariff legislation U- rooloctotl Ity Q vote which ellt everything tsforo It In New York New Jrs y tnd asMekuieUs but by crcaUy ro duced pluralities throughout the rest of the country William Howard Tart was elected president of the United States He will have In tho electoral tollogo 319 votes while William leanings Bryan will receive 116 This gives the Republican nominee G7 none than Is accessary to secure nU ilootlon and A majority over his Dem cratlu opponent of 136 In addition the electoral vote of Maryland will be split Twentynine states will cast their electoral votes for him leaving but A states votes for Dryan At tho same time the Republicans lave Increased their supremacy In ho national house of representatives vhljo In the United States senate they rave retained their present majority Hpeaker Cannon and Hopresentatlva Payne of New York and Dalzell of Pennsylvania have all been reelected 10 that the lower house will continue order Its former regime While In the end the results born lut the predictions which had been nado by the Republican managers hero were n host ot surprises In Now York the most hopeful ex pectations of the Republican cam salgn managers woro surpassed and tho Empire stale swept Into the Taft column and overwhelmed his opposi don with a veritable avalanche of votes rolling up A colossal plurality of 218000 In Massachusetts the Democrats woro snowed under by the stupendous plurality of 120000 while tn Now Jersey they had a margin of 35000 a gain of more than 6000 In excess of tho vote for President Uoosovolt tour years ago Hut after this has been said the re turns reveal a merciless slaughter of thq vote piled up by Roosevelt And Fairbanks In the last campaign Pennsylvania Michigan IlllnoU Kansas Wisconsin Minnesota Ohio and Indiana each contributed Its share to tho onslaught on tho Repub lican total of four years ago so that While the party has succeeded In giv ing Its candidate a comfortable ma jority In the electoral college the popular solo has boon whittled down in amazing proportions Indiana Won by Narrow Margin The only place where tho Demo crate made a strong bid for A doubtful state was Indlann whero they suc ceeded In holding tho Republican margin down to 3000 At the same time tho Democrats elected tho state ticket thus revealing the bitter hand to hand character of tho fight which was waged In the Hooslor common II oalth during tho last GO days of the campaignNow and Ohio the other so called pivotal states swept Into the Republican column by pluralities that wero surprising to all tho latter showing Its loyalty to Ito native son by giving him a plurality of 30000 votelIest changes In net results cnmo In tho Now England states Maine Now Hampshire Vermont Rhode Island and Connecticut contributing plural ides to Taft which do not differ matt rlnlly from those given Roosevelt mad Fairbanks In 1004 The greatest slump In the Republic an column carl with tho returns from iN eIWL 2441 f Tfrr Jr1Mksef J14N Republican Candidates Sweep the Country in National Race Contests for Governor Are Close in Several StatesDeneen Wins in Illinois and Hughes in New York by Reduced MajoritiesRe suits in Other StatesCongress Republican Pennsylvania tho banner U O P state which gave Taft a plurality of 400000 as compared with 605000 cast for tho Republican ticket In the last presidential campaign Illinois Vote Is Cut Down Illinois cut her vote down from 300 000 to 200000 Michigan from 217000 to 100000 Ohio from 365000 to 30000 Mlnnniota from 161000 to 0000 In dlana from 93000 to 3000 Iowa from 116000 to 60000 Kansas from 126000 to 20000 Colorado from 34000 to iOOO California from 116000 to 60 000 South Dakota from 60000 to 15 000 and North Dakota from 3SOOO to 10000 CONORESS IS REPUBLICAN Returns Indicate Gains In the Lower House William Howard Taft will have a ute Republican majority In the house of representatives to carry on his poll Iles Incomplete returns Indlcato that tho majority will bo slightly Increased unless some unexpected changes arc mado by later returns from districts supposed to be safely Republican In tbo last congress the Republicans had a majority of 57 Tho Democrats lost the Eleventh Pennsylvania district to tho Republi can jioinlnee Henry W Palmer who defeated John Ulgolox and thus be comes the successor to Mr Lonahan tho present Democratic member Tho Republicans also regained tho Third Wisconsin district which was lost to Joseph W Babcock two years ago Mr Babcock was defeated by James W Murphy and Mr Murphy now ap pears to have gone down before Ar thur J Kopp the Republican noml nncc Tho principal close districts which definite returns have been tromI ceived are In Pennsylvania and these except the Eleventh both parties seem to have held their own Ono ex ception Is In Nebraska where Mr Hitchcock vllo now represents the Second district on n very small Demo cratic vote has been returned and the Indications are that he will con tlnue to be the only representative In tho house of his party from Mr Dry anB state Old Faces teen Again There will be many familiar faces In the next congress including Speak er Cannon and his chief lieutenants Messrs Payne Dalzoll Tawnoy fur ton of Ohio McCall of Massachusctto and Hartholdt of Missouri Thoro was especially vigorous opposition to Messrs Cannon Tawney and Dalzoll but they aro all reported as victori Otis On the Democratic side Champ Clark and Mr Do Armoml of Missouri Clayton of Alabama Ralncy of Illinois Ohio James of Kentucky Rnnsdell of Louisiana and Francis Uurton Har neon nnd Fitzgerald of Now York are all certainly returned Delaware will send A now Republican Mr Ilcald In place of Representative Burton Geor gin A now Democrat In tho person of Mr HugbS In tho place of Mr Lewis Mid minols James M Oraham Dom ocrat In place of Mr Cnltl wall Democrat Francis Dodge Republican comes from Michigan In place of Mr Harrugh whllo Clarence H Miller Republican will occupy the sent of Adam tho first time for 10 years the IIUohe Mississippi district will bo rep bf aaotbi than John Sharp Williams for several years past the Democratic leader on the floor of tho house Ho failed to seek A renomlna lion on account of his election to the senate and It Is presumed that he will bo succeeded In leadership by Mr Clark of Missouri Likewise Dourko Cockran gives way to Michael F Conry who Is also a Democrat Charles S Mllllngton Republican will succeed Mr Tafts run ning mate Mr Sherman as represCn tatlvo of the Twenty sorenth New York district John Wesley Gaines of Tennessee will be succeeded by Jon eph W Byrne another Democrat South Dakota sends two new men both Republicans INTERESTING STATE ELECTIONS Close Contests In Several of the Can tral States New YorkTho Republicans won a sweeping victory in this state for na tonal and elate tickets and more sur pricing than anything else Taft carried tho Democratic stronghold of Greater New York by a plurality of about 6600 Ho also carried Erie county another normally Democratic territory by 7000 but this Is 6000 lose than tho Roosevelt plurality there Tafts plurality In tho whole state Is 188392 and that for Hughes la 72820 The legislature Is again overwhelmingly Republican Springfield III Charles S Denoen was elected governor of Illinois for a second time despite widespread cut ting by his enemies In the Republican party Ills plurality ovor Adlai Jol Stevenson was estimated at 30000 whllo Taft carried the state by about 175000 plurality The entire Repub lican ticket was elected by a normal voteIllinois Republicans elected 19 mom I bets ot the national house of repre sedatives the Democrats being sue cessful in only six districts Tho state legislature Is safely Republican with 41 Republican senators to 10 Democrats and In tho lower house 88 Republicans C3 Democrats and two Prohibitionists This gives tho Repub Means a majority of 64 on joint ballot Lincoln Neb Incomplete returns Indicate that A C Shallenberger and the entire Democratic ticket have been elected In Nebraska by A small majority Mr Bryan carried the stale by not loss than 8000 Bryans greatest gain was In Lincoln which he carried overcoming a normal Repub lican plurality of 1600 Eighteen out of 21 precincts In Lincoln gave Bryan 3883 and Tnft 3244 a plurality for Bryan of C39 The remaining three precincts will not greatly change those figures Bryan carried Ms home precinct by 111 to 64 Des Moines B F CATTO nnd tho entire Republican slate ticket has been elected In Iowa by a plurality of approximately COOOO as against Roose volts plurality of 156000 four years ago The Indications are that the entire delegation In congress will bo Repub liMn A gain of ono over two years ago Thnro IB a close raco in tho Sixth district between Hamilton present congressman Dora and Kendall Rep KadUoa lVlsGv J 0 Davidson Rep has been reelected but his vote Is far behind that of the head of tho ticket owing chiefly to the fact that he was not Indorsed by Senator La Follette for whose seat he is expected to make a contest In two years Eight Republican con gressmen havo been elected two are Iq doubt and one Democrat is elected O H Weisse carried the Sixth district Indianapolis IndWith the vote so close that It will probably require the official count to decide it looks as though Marshall had been elected governor and also the entire state ticket The Democrats have secured control of the legislature on joint bal lot thus Insuring the election of a Democratic United States senator to succeed James A Hemenway Detroit Mich With Incomplete re turns It seems certain that Oov Warner has defeated his opponent Lawton T Hemans Democrat Sweep Nebraska Lincoln Neb Returns on Tues days election while far from complete are sufficiently definite to confirm and eropbaslze tho first report that the Democrats have made a swooping victory in Nebraska While tho pluralities for the victorious party are not phenomenally large they are complete the state ticket and candi dates for congress In most Instances running parallel with Bryan who was expected to ead the ticket Montana Is Republican Butte Mont Advices from throughout Montana Indlcato tbat Tart has carried the state by a majority close to 3000 Charles N Pray of Fort Denton is reelected to congress uuu STATES HOW NEXT CONGRESSWILL UP States Alabama 9 9 9 Arkansas 7 7 7 California 8 8 8 Colorado 3 3 1 3 Connecticut 6 5 6 Delaware 1 1 1 Florida 3 3 3 Georgia 1t 11 11 Idaho 1 1 1 Illinois 26 25 19 6 Indiana V 13 2 11 Iowa 1111 1Q 1 Kansas 8 8 8 Kentucky 11 11 3 8 Louisiana 7 7 7 Maine 4 4 4 Maryland R 6 3 3 Massachusetts 14 14 11 3 Michigan l2 12 12 Minnesota 9 9 8 1 Mississippi 8 8 8 Missouri 16 16 6 10 Montana 1 1 1 Nebraska 6 6 1 6 Nevada 1 1 1 New Hampshire 2 2 I New Jersey 10 10 7 3 New York 37 37 26 11 North Carolina 10 10 3 7 North Dakota 2 32Ohio 21 21 12 9 Oklahoma 6 5 3 2 Oregon 2 2 3 Pennsylvania 32 32 27 6 Rhode Island 2 2 7 South Carolina 7 7 7 South Dakota 2 22Tennessee 10 10 2 8 Texas 16 16 16 Utah 1 11Vermont 2 2 2 Virginia 10 10 1 9 Washington 3 33West Virginia 5 55Wisconsin 11 11 10 1 Wyoming 1 11 Total 391 391 216 170 Elected In September Elected In June by about 4000 The governorship is still In doubt with Dolan Rep run ning about 1600 behind Norris Dem Contributions to Be Published In a statement given to the press Mr Hitchcock announced that a com plete list of all the contributions made to the Republican campaign fund would be made public in tho near fu ture work already having been begun on the tabulation of the list The list Is a very long one Mr Hitchcock laM- a d will give every contribution made It will be Issued In minted form Dalzell Wins Out Plttsburg Pa Nov 4Tbo reelec lion of Congressman John Dalzell In the Thirteenth district by A greatly reduced plurality is conceded Edward F Duty Dem made a hard light against him cutting Into his usual vote in Industrial precincts Bryan Congratulates Taft Cincinnati Nov 6Please accept congratulations and best wishes for the success of your administrationW I thank you sincerely for your cor dial and courteous telegram ot con gratulation and good wishes WILLIAM II TAFT These messages wero Thursday ox changed between Lincoln Neb and Cincinnati Tho message from 11r Bryan came whllo Judge Taft was ad dressing the general conference ot the Womens Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist Episcopal church He received the message on his return to his residence and answered it at onco THE ELECTORAL AND POPULAR VOTE ON PRESIDENT PLURALITIES 1906 1904 1908 1m Alabama 11 11 60000 11333 California Arkanvir r 10 8 10 9GO 000 =000 1135 1T6U Colorado 6 II x000 3M Connecticut T T 20oe 38180 Delaware a S 5000 458 Kloiida I 3 0000 Ilm Georgia 12 12 3000 9glho S s Unl 29309 11118017 27 1O00 305039 imllnna U 1000 93944 Iowa 13 13 60000 16166 Kentucky Kama 10 12 10 12 3400 1300 18091 11811 rLouisiana 6 II 40000t CoW Maine r 73d0 61 iauachantte 18 II 10ooo0 Scr8 MichlKan U It 106000 m115 It l 10000 1S1461 Minnesota 10- 1t 10 6oouc 60192 AlII IP l 3111Missouri 1 roo a 3 2 000 13169 2aC6NevadaNew New 60558y672NorthNorU 23 23 110000 S ClOho 7 33000 OHaiioma n 1 4 20710 12934 JnlllYIllnla 31 SI 10000 6O9 llhoila 4 4 18000 16766 Buutli Carolina 9 9 63400 60 OIlS Houth Dakota 4 4 5000 60114 Tennessee 12 12 1000 26IM T IS 18 106000 116090 803M 331191 Virginia Wunhlncton 6 6 MOo 5441 Meat Virginia 7 7 coo 3175 IVReeonslu U U 80000 1SIi3I Wyoming 3- Totnl 3 Oooc lIW lu 1M c 140 C4673 613460 rG7i5i 66713 itnrvlnml I volts oroiabtr split PRISON fOR MORSE l ICE TRUST MAGNATE SENTENCED TO FIFTEEN YEARS I A H CURTIS is RELEASED I Wives of the Two Convicted New York Financiers Collapse as the Court Pronounces Judgment New YorkFrom a cell in the Tombs prison Charles W Morse now directs the efforts of his counsel to secure his freedom he having beer sentenced Friday to serve 15 years In the federal prison at Atlanta Qa tor oftkelNationalmaking false entries in the books of the bank Alfred H Curtis former president of the defunct bank who was Jointly trle1 and convicted with Morse was given his liberty on a suspended len tenceWhile Morses lawyers Immediately applied for and secured a stay of execution for ten days after sentence hadl been Imposed still It Is probable that Morse will remain A prisoner In th Tombs until Mondayaa Judge Hougli- has refused to admit the financier to ball The Morse lawyers late Friday applied to the United States circuit court of appeals for a writ to show cause why their client should not be admitted to ball and tho writ was granted but It is not returnable until Monday hence it appears that Morse must remain a prisoner until the ques tion of ball Is settled on that day May Not Get New Trial Whether a now trial will be granted Morse Is problematical Judge La e granted a writ of error to thovc Morse lawyers This writ U return able December 3 and Is based on that usual grounds exceptions taken by the defense during the trial and ex ceptions to the indictment Itself This CdRLD JrIIaR step had to be taken before appllca + tlon for ball could bo made and It also leads to the argument for a new trial The Morse lawyers say their client has Instructed them to fight to the lest ditch The scene In the courtroom when sentence was pronounced by Judge Hough was a most dramatic ono The wives ot the two prisoners who had been constant attendants at court durI- ng the entire trial wero present early Friday as Jf anxious to cheor their husbands by their presence In the trying ordeal which confronted them Husbands Are Comforters When the real test came however It wns the husbands and not the wives who proved tho comforters Morse sat like a stoic when ho hoard tho words which condemned him to prison There was scarcely the tremor of an eyelldand to thoso who watched there was no longer even the shadow of a doubt that the little man was Indeed a man of Iron nervo Curtis too accepted the news which came to him good nows In his case with the samo lack ot emotion that character Ized his former chief But the strata had been too great for the women As the truth of what Judge Houghs words meant flashed through their mind Mrs Morse who through all the trying day of the trial had preserved an unruffled demeanor collapsed in her seat burled her face In her hands and began to sob convul sively Still weeping she was led away to an anteroom where a moment later her husband held her In his arms and sought to console her Seven Die In Burning House Swan Lake Man The homo of Eo W Carey a farmer living ae few miles south of here was destroyed by fire and Mrs Carey five children and a Miss Qlllesple a young school teacher who was staying over night with the family perished in the flames Mr Carey was so badly injured that ho cannot recover injuries Kill Football Player Charlotte N CJohn Cooper a student at the University ot North Carolina and a member ot the varsity football eleven who was injured dur- Ing the preliminary practice ot the team In Septomber while tackling a dummy died at Clinton Steamer Sinks 150 Drown Tokyo News has reached hereof the loss ot the steamer Tatsh Maru which was sunk during a storm ort Etoro Island Ono hundred and fifty Dorsons were drowned I oee80e0eeeoeoeoeoeeI1 eo i t i East Kentucky Correspondence i f News You Get Nowhere Else I 7 No cormpondtic pibUihtd oiltu ttfttt U tau by the wntei Tie umeU lot lot iklic tlct kit u u ertteiee of good Ultk Writ pUiilr c I OoGIoOOOOOOO otof JACKSON COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENT FOR COUNT JUDGE We are authorized to announce J W Mulllns of Egypt ICy a can didate for County Judge ol Jackso County subject to the action of the Republican party ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce S S Wolfe of Maulden Ky a candldat for Assessor of Jackson County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce R Creech of Egypt Jackson County ICya candidate for Assessor of Jack son County subject to the action If the Republican party McKEE McKee Nov 9Rev Isaac Messier father and aunt Mrs Buckley from New Jersey are vlcltlng at Mr Mes Biers Miss Hannah G Hoekje teach er In the Academy was called away suddenly tact week by the serious illness of her father at Holland Mlchl ganMrs TeKolste also Is away on vacation and Miss Schermerhorn d Gray Hawk Is doing her work at the AcademyProf Faulkner of Bere gave an Interesting lecture at the Court house last Thursday night on the life of Christ Illustrated with sterop tlcan vlewsThero was preaching a the Academy last night The tall now is that the Circuit Judge race Is going to be the warmest of any we have had for several years and that Faulkner is steadily gaining on Lewis in this county This seems to V verified by Lewis making arrange ments to come back into the county to speak at ceveral placesold uncle Jack Farmer died last Friday evening and was hurried Saturday at the family burying ground near Maulden He was in his 9Cth year He had served as County Court clerk 24 years but had been confined to his most of the time for the past UtreeI years on account of weakness caused by his extreme age His mind seem ed to be perfectly clear till wltl ina short time of his death PARROT Parrot Nov GDIY weather still continues in this part Quite a num I her of young folks from this place attended the picnic at Mrs Edna Tusseys school All reported a nice fiffW Messrs Eldridge and Shiplet fcepj IQ bo having quite a suc ssI In the pffi7flon of their lodge pioderr Woodraca of AalcrlcaMr- and j Mrs T M Lakes of Loam visit I ed relatives at Parrot on the third Saturday pad Sunday lg last JUonthj Mr Fred Corflellua and brother Ka than wore in this putt Saturday an- duhdayJ D Parsley C C Nelson and Fred CorneSiua of Laurel address ed the people at Letter Box Satur day night in behalf of the Republi can party Their opponenta were H J Gabbard and D C NelsonMr W F Cole Is a candidate for maglstrate The Infant child of Mr J H Hundley Is very 111 OH AY HAWK dray Hawk Nov 7The people are gathering a light crop of corn this yearJ B ntngham has almost the only well not gone dry All the farm I ers round about water their stock at this placeour Sunday school Is I progressing finely with Miss Schenner horn tia teacher The Rev Isaac Messier preached at Gray Hawk last i Sunday evening an the life of John I The Judges race Is In full swing here The county Is about equally divided between Faulkner and Lewis Dan I Ward traded a fine mare to IUles Spurlock for a mule and got 15 to I boot U- MirI UKU I Mildred Nov 7Dled Nov 3 Miss Maggie Welch of lung trouble She had teen a sufferer for a long time but bore It patiently She was a bright j girl loved and respected by nil who y knew herJ J Dunlgan la drilling at McKee this weekRobert Welch Jr made a business trip to George Moores Friday Stephen Farmer the stone mason Is building a chimney for W It JonesCorn gathering is all i the go at present James H Moore I r has gone to East Dernstadt with his showMr Nenl Moore Is gathering corn this weekMr and Mrs Tom I Morris of Olin visited the formers i mother Mrs James Morris from Saturday to Monday AJJNVIIIK Annvllle Nov i7A now girl arriv ed at the home of Mr and Mrs Sam L ooooowooon INelson Nov 7The Revs Jame of Corbin and Able Gabbard of Parrot closed a very successful meeting here yesterday with elgh additions to the churchMr and Mrs Corbinlareone nesday was the regular examination day for pensioners at Welchburg The full board was present with several applicants to be examined Mli Pearl Goodman of Welchburg visited I Miss Pearl Medlock Sunday Corn Is selling In this part for seventyfive cents and a dollar per busheLMrI Jerome Hellard and wife of Parrot at tended church hero yesterday There hls a good deal of sickness in this part of the countyMr Morse Edwards has sold his stock of goods to Mr Frank Cornelius of Parrot Messrs Walter Medlock and William Isaacs are on a months drumming trip to terrltoryMrsIJosle dayDr A T Neal made a profes sional call at Letter Box Saturday night nounrKLicK Doublellck Nov 8Ir Sam Isaacs and family of Valley View have been visiting relatives in Jackson County the past weekPeople In this neigh borhood are gathering corn Misses Myrtle Edwards and Betty Tate of Ford visited Henry Cooks the past week Mrs Joel Lake has Just jr turned from Speedwell where she has been visiting her father Levi KimberI latnThe teacher of Clover Bottom school Is planning to have an ex hibition Born Oct 19 to the wife of Samuel Callahan a fine girtMrs Edward Lunaford will move to McKee tomorrow to stay with her mother this winter ROOKCASTIE COUIdlsputanta Nov 9We are having some very dry weather nowFarmers- are busy gathering cornRev J W Lambert filled his regular appoint ment at Clear Creek Saturday and Sunday Born to the wife of IrI Harvey Ramey Nov 1st a fine boy The prayer meeting at Clear Creek Is progressing nicely with W A Row lett as leader Rev L R Rowlett went to Mt Vernon on business Mon dayMrs Daisy Swinford fell frcm the platform one evening last week and was badly hurt H C Rowlett Is adding a new addition to his dwel IIngDorn to the wife of Walter Cad a fine glrlRov Floyd Taylor why bas been holding a protracted meetingI it Clear Creek has returned home In Whitley County Mr M V I Swinford has announced himself a republican candidate for Jailor JIOONH Baon Nov 1Ance Oldham son oC Mr Charles Oldham is sltkFlre said to have been started from the train caused some excitement In his vicinity Saturday eveningMrs 1 B Coyle wrs the guest of Mrs Smith last Sunday Mr Holt ofI Climax waa in this vicinity last week Jees Wren and wife Were the guests of J H Lambert and wife last- SundayMrS U B Chasteen of this jllitfd la Visiting her daughter near Jtralt Creek Miss Mary Croutcher was the guest of Miss Jennie Chas een on SundayT S Wren is hav ng his hduse repaired Next Gun lay is our regular meeting day A- ncoVcVe are having some rain at present A D Levett Js working near iVallaceton ESTILL COUNTY i LOCCST xUANCrr Locust Branch Nov 9The boys ire selling their cross ties at Panola Forest fires have been raging on Locust Branch and near Combs P 0 atIat the Garrett eightH G Btcknell was in Rich mond Monday on business Jno A I Dlcknell attended court at Irvine Mon IayMr Jas Edwards wife and daughter with Dr Edwards made a I flying trip to Berea Sunday The Thanksgiving entertainment by Ills Elys school will be held In the Deaver Pond church on Thursday Nov 2Cth at 10 a m Everybody invited and good order expected Mr and Vrs Orby Henderson of Louisville have I been on a two weeks vlMt with hr parents at Jinks Miss Nannle Rich ardson gave a birthday party to tho young folks last Friday night FOX Fox Nov IWe are still having very dry weather in our locality Stephen DanIel and Robert Garrott two candidates for Sheriff of Ealln County have announced that they aro off the track This leaves tho race to G W Powell and Sherman Robins Rev Lowery of Winchester preached at Bethel Saturday night and Sunda and Sunday night D M Click was in our town Wednesday and Thurs day Willie Click is building a house for Wm II RoseWm II Rose N E Curtis and Jas Warners IHto child are on the sick listWalt Bush and wife were the guests t f Jecs Wllcon SundayReuben Pucks and family were the guests of N E Curtis Sunday Dlllard Hal has mod ed back In our town again He ha been at work on the lock at Irvine The J R Armstrong steamer Is expected to be back up the river soar The packet boat Walton of Pitts burg Pa and the Gazette of Park ereburg W Va are doing a stead business on the Kentucky river now Mr and Mrs Frank Shearer of Ford visited N E Curtis and family Wed nesday and Thursday John Hunt of Ford alms to move in our town soon IOWSLEY COUNTY 6owsley Co votes something over a hundred more fci Taft than has been voted for any other Republican The small chid of H T Phillips was burned to deatt last Saturday while Its mother was absent for a load of wood It was burled last Monday in the Gabbard cemetery The ball game last Sun day between Travelers Rest and New Hope reaultd 34 for Travelers Rest and 10 for New HopeMr L M Garrett of South Boonevllle passed thru here Thursday Wednesday was general moving day Charles Branden burg moved to his old home on Duck Creek J B Scott of Buck Creek moved to tho farm he bought from Isaac Botner of this place Isaac Bother moved to the home of his son John near Travelers Rest Dries Burns moved to the property vacated by J B Scott W A Botuer of Travel ers Rest moved to the property V- Acated by IitiM Burns DLARE Blake Nov 6on account of the Irouth corn is short In Owsley Coun ty It Is selling for 75 cents per busheL W J Short and son have lust finished drilling a well for W D Roberts W B Roberts has an nounced himself a candidate for Republican nomination for Assessor tf Dwsley Countyo C Roberta was at Boonevllle today on business W D Roberts has gone to Wolfe and Menl fee Counties on business E Neetey has been very poorly for the past few lays but Is improving W W Wilson of Sturgeon has been spending a few lays at Drip Rock for his health Mss Minnie Becknell was the guest of Mrs Vesta Roberts last Sunday Margaret McGregor has returned from flay County where she has been via ting friends and relativesT- UAVELLEfM IlKST Travelers Rest Nov 7rlhe big eat game ot the season was played hotel Saturday Oct 31st between Travelers Rest and New Hope base ball teams The game resulted In a core of 34 to 10 In favor of Travelers RestJcsse Wilson moved Into town esterday where he expects to make his homeP Begley moved out e f town to his farm one mile east cf here today John Cecil also moved Into his property here today CLAY COUNTY vINE Vine Nov 6Corn gathering It all ha go now The little son of Nathan Jrewster Is very ill with feverMrs Combs of DIg Sexton fell and broke her hip a few days ago She la 1m roving slowly Misses Mad mad 2thel Parker visited Misses Julia and mizzle Ferguson last Saturday night and reported a nice tlmeMr3 M 1 Ferguson had a corn shucking Saturday night and got a good pile cf orn husked Mr Moses Matthews undo a flying trip to Island Creek Ihureday Mr Bradley Baldwin and wile visited relatives near here this wtekMrs Morgan Is no better Has Vlncle Durham and Gilbert Fer Tison are both very sick Sunday Is meting time at Mt Olive with Haa able Morgan as preacher ASKING TOO MUCH I believe theres a story told of lark Twain that In youthful days being sent out by his mother to weld a certain flower ted and finding more weeds than flowers ho came back In and asked If ho might not flower the weed bed Our Htlo Alfred probably has cs great an aversion to work as had the outhful Clemens Admonished to pill ome rather largo weeds In tho back ard after a fainthearted lift on one of them he shouted Mamma how do you think Im gong to pull these weeds when the whole world Is hitched onto them November Womans Home Companion C ITI1e Three Professors I Copyright loo by T C UcOureJ It used to tuke u Rood deal in uur prlso a towu in till fur wont such as Cheyenne or Dcmlwood One of these towns was surprised ut the iirrlvul ol Professor Henry Thorn botunljt Ynt college and ten days inter by the lOW ing of another professor who regln toted hltnwiir at the same hotel as Professor Charles Wltbeck Crluilnot ogl8tIInrvnrd College Kor nu hour or two his nuuie on tht register excited some little comment That was because those who road It dljut know whether his profession rclutttl to claim jumping or railroad englufvrlng The landlord Cnnlly ezplalued that a crtui Inologtst was a fellow who hud bud to Jump out of Texas for shooting a man and had arrived in Dakota to open n taro game and make a new start In life That satisfied public curiosity and accounted for the professor stroll lug around the town day and night lie also took in all the line points and particularsThe professors under one root fought shy of each other for a couple- o days Professors have their jeal ousies as well 83 dime museum freaks though greater efforts are made to conceal them At length however they Introduced themselves and shook hands and begun to aspect each other Some professors of botany cant be led to sdmlt that there li anything Inter rating In anything but their own spe clad hobby So with professors of criminology These two profexMoro Were different however They de erred to each other They made ad m Unions They permitted each other to talk without Interruption The botanist held up a half withered vI6let that he hud culled on the prairie and delivered an Interesting lecture on Its routs and stem and petals and the criminologist described the head and rave of the rlnilnul with such cleanness that bad there been an audience present none could have failed to se j cure a mental photograph Thc points he rondo were first a Blunting fore bend second a heRd thai ran down bill on the back side third the nor row space between the eyes fourth a bulging over the eyebrows and fifth a cruel QlllfIIslon about the mouth In addition to particularizing these points he was good enough to say that Professor rhorn didnt betray a single one of the cnaractcrlstlcs On time contrary an Infant had only to take one look at him to kuow that ho was as gentle and innocent ni n woman Professor Thorn couldnt do loss than return the compliment He returned It by saying that nil flowers represent ed human characters For Instance the Canadian thistle represented a chuckle headed man the burdock n man full of envy and Jealousy the pig weed n wcakralnded person the holly hock a conceited ass and so on What typified the character of Profess or Wltbeck was the Illy That stood for purity of soul and thought A man that represented the lily was always subscribing to orphan asylums and buying up old horses to turn out to pasture for the rest of their lives Just what the professors said of each other when atone Is n private matter The OMIt occasion they had to distrust each other was when they met at night in the vicinity of a clothing store One of them hind been examining the fns tcnlnp of n rear window and time other the fastening of n door Professor Wltbeck observed that he thought the study of botany required daylight and Professor Thorn replied that he tolled to see how the study of criminology could be pursued without the aU of n lantern There was a second meeting on n second night and from thence on the relations between the two great Institutions of learning seemed to tx strainedIt not to last long however One night after the botanist hind spent n whole hour to tarot an entrance to a store by way of n skylight and pho tographers parlors It was to come upon the criminologist who hud got In by a door and was just preparing to bore the safe fly the aid of two dark lanterns and the English language some very sarcastic remarks were passed ns to hypocrisy and false pretenses and then they sensibly agreed 1- 1Idll I i H n J Pant to divide the Inlwir and the were working with this aim nnd object view when n third party out from his hiding place and In terfered lie by handling his gun In n manner and Introduc- Ing himself Professor Twister of Columbia lIe had been dis patched to the great plains of the west to gather specimens of the bygone days when alligators thirty feet long and elephants twentyfour feet high used to paddle up and down the river and oer the mendowa He finally found a couple of choice specimens and he bade them come with him didnt want to but o they had to It was a late hour but the enterprising and patriotic citizens were ready to turn out and build n big bonfire and throw ropes over the limbs of trees wasnt much to be said There was no particular novelty In It for the and two men stand ing the heads of barrels seemed to figure that they had better their wind the uphill journey No one remembered 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