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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w iLd J t I O rwaa o 1 a vrt 1 ylIrIHES I DENTS OFF I CE I3CREA KY X eeOeeeeoeoeoeoeoeeoeo S BEREA PUBLISHING CO- o INCOIirOUATKII STANLEY FROST Mani f- v 0 O Knttnd at Ite rtutujlet nt Germ Ky at uroiut e HrulmnUnitttT ooeoeoeoeooeoooeooo X Five cents MADISON COUNTY 10 1008 One Dollar year No 24 I 1 j t m i S Au Of Dig Chicago Election FraudsAt lanta Defeats Man Accused of Drinking American Warship Sinks Rebels Win In Haytl DIG CHICAGO IllAUDS A grand Jury which hot beeR Investigating tho ol Kons In Chlonto says that Uiero liar not been nn honest election there in years aaitl iBdloU sixty nine men for frauds In the last one Iltteen KJniin ui tiMUd are tpMirieU and now laws to prevent them are 1ue ted Thin helps show that polities ta dust the same art over title country tmt it Ie worth noticing that In the cities most trawl are done under the form of law aad bribery hiss about topped WAH81III SINKS The U B Cruiser Yankee a email warship which went aahot on the Spindle Iloek at the musses oC UiiaeariU flay several weeka sio WM tlraod oft tart lat unlay but saak coon tier crew of 160 men WM potteu oft safely Me wUI probahly tit raised and repaired I HAITI IN HKBBLY I4AJ4t14Tb rebels In the Island of Haytl have won completely aad the seed preel dut Nerd Alcsts berry eeeaped with his life The rebel army Is In com rand of Ute capital bat anldlore from foreign wamUps hare boon landed and after looting twelve t the vie tortott m idlrrs VliKd looting nad- t iii bred Mr UIhlr loss ot Hfe 1 t nnv Ilkeiy tat tie rebels Will L t linuUnf among theneelree ro oj mall br iro ld nt- iU I NKAUD DliiATEU Robert I ii1ut WAS iMU mayor of V fij ii bur vck over Jars i niuiru eln was the regular Iii I i uIe iiomlIN rauv the hu tr TI njai if ininkonnfiwi Th- erru iiiMiirral r AlUna deeMed n nut nuit a drunkard for J yr 8TFUUK IO rThe eUamor 800 IM was 1 tt near NVwfotiMtlauti In uteri last week with a oiw of 1M v n Over fifty vnssote of vnrlBUa r uero wrecked atone the Allan Mr out In the Moran 1 THINGS TO THINK OF A ono lAmp light another nor grouse IIKStIO nobleness qnklndleth Ho who would wear my light and easy yoke Must also wear loves bridle on hla llipa Do good and you will receive good Start right and start right away said It In tho meadow path I say It on tho Mountain stairs The bOlt things any mortal hath t4Arc thoio which every mortal shares 1 I nm bloat 4 Only In what they sharo with mo In what I share with all the rest 1 Lucy Lnrcom An unseen hand guides An omnipotent power controls s An lufnlto lovo directs The destiny ot your life and mine t I am not bound to win but Iam bound to bo true I am not bound to succeed but I am bound to live up r to wtiat light I havoA Lincoln The habit of looking on tho bright side of things la worth more than a largo fortune I Uo truthful and you will be good When you arc In DoubtDONT tr THE DATE k Winter Term of Berea College Allr Opens Jan 6 f l yips J THE CITIZEN I Devoted to the Interests of the Moirntain People 0 I IVol PlBEREA KENTUCKY DECEMBER I CleanUp Sale of Ladies THE PRIMARY IN THE It lo with grunt rugrttt tho imrdly with surprise that TilE CIT IZEN priiitH in nuothur column tho results of the primary iu tho 27th District Hhowitig tho victory of tho lion William Lewis by about 2 000 majority Hotli tho close or tho campaign niul tho methods used on election day confirmed tho worst fours which this paper bnsoxprw tldllId we do not feel tint either thin people or tho successful onudidnto should be congratulated We beloievo that Judge Faulkner IH the party to tho contest who will in tho long run bo found to have suffered lent fur he lass dada n onmpaigtt clean nnd lionctst to the end nnd junti find tho confiilonco his friends have full in him It is admitted everywhere tlmt his virtues have defeated him null history has long since proven that dofont fur such n run on is neither Instilig nor disgraceful There IH mnoli more disgrace in certain kinds of victory As to Mr Louis tveonn only hope tllllt he will rotnembor a row of thy proiulHrts of good Herrico whloh ho mule early hi the ahmpalgu If spite of the verdict of thu district that thore Is no reward for grad iwrvioa on this hens ho should try to be n good judge we would Iw wily too glad to support him in every effort for n fair and strict eiiforcttnrnt of the law Criticism of the actions ora court is illegal under the lAw of thin Comauonwvstllh but it we hut tint Mr Iwis in any way fails In filh with this people and his outh of of lee we shall print tin reM and allow tho pwple to find their own criticism WH wbh to offer to Mr Clod our hearty congratulation lath on life victory sell his rae whioli wits clean and honorable He will have aptuudk oniKtrUinitlttfl to prove his worth before tho people of tho district said If hw rvtnmhera that his tduulng the race is only tho baffiovUig ol JB work hs wn and trobHbty will teaks a useful l1W suit turn to soeriN our brat wtehes- THB CITIMX w flpolofttw to offer for flsMnlill prt in the rfl 1e Mod is only sorry tIt it was not larger and prone effective It has Uld only tin truth so far at it unsaid Ira ImruMl said has stood not onlirvly fur Faulkner let more Inrgfly for the Rood of this district sett the spirit of good order mid teuiperauoe It will continue to stand for those things Lltioaiiy other Rood R imblianii it oquiwi in the verdict of tins intf ority of the party and will now give Mr Lewis iltt lull support SESSION The short seesknt of Congrewi begun Mouday in Washington This will be the last iimltr the lruid ucy of ItooMivelt and ion last only till midnight of March Sid It is not lifudj thAt graft things will be thea- Protrshrty tits mont important work of th swwion will bu the num I aging of this billion dullsrs or more which this country spends I8rIyasr Ttw hard times hays bro iht n shortage in the Treasury and tin exiieiiHiH keepoil going up There is tired also for reform in several departments the Navy and all these things ooat mnney Altogether it will 10 him for Oougrlvss to innku both tans mist Uuule Sam lass got into tho way of oxpoiiBive louse kmiplng Tlior is somalate that two lawe of valise to tho poople will bn WtiilillFliinp Iwukp nUll one forbidding ohllfl hdwir In fnotortes lint really the olmneeBlof uinali ooiiHtrnative work bring done this nopslnn are small Wo will lair to wntt for Tufts terns and the tacit uuugrces FOR WOMEN There was prlutwl thru nn ovurslght in The Citizen Inst weak most dlHKiistinir article on cigarette pinokinu for women A part of the material printwl in Tim Cilizyn conum from a big uses agency HH in thin case with most iKjuAptipcrt end thin stuff wns furnished by tho agency without tiny hnotvleilH consent or npprovnl of the editor Ivory one IB of course entitled to believe anything ho mind to but there in no runcon for inflicting the idea orII Rnpsinu JOCSH on our roadorn It s iuteruHtiiiK to know thud there are voinun who believe such things hilt the article numt not bll in any way token as express lug the viexvH of The Citizen or its editor Articles on that pugs lire vrltten by people of till Kinds and are intended only to give their own opinions and not Ihone of till paper Tht articles appear of tUII and often disagree with our owu bless An explanation has to bo made once in awhile and this seems to ho u good titan IN HarglsTrlnl Soon Negro Not Hang ed Women at Work Cleaning Up Richmond Judges Primary In the 25th District NEQUO NOT HANGED Gov Will son lost Thursday commuted to life imprisonment tho sentence of death against Robert Hoclter in Lexington for the Killing ot Newton Ditjmmond Veal on the cround that there was no promcdltntlon proven There seems to be general approval ot the commutation of sentence HARmS TRIAL SOON The trial of Beech Hargls for tho killing of his father has boon set for Dec 1G tt Irvlno and It Is understood that both sideD will answer ready Young Harris has already been taken to Irvine and his mother has gong nlong to bo near him CLEANING UP RICHMOND Tho members In Richmond of tho Ken tucky Federation of Womens Club have begun n campaign to clean up expected to lead to tho cleaning Its at every pile ot garbage in the city GEORGETOWN CLOSEDAn out break of typhoid fever at Georgetown has caused tho closing of the school till Jan G when It Is hoped tho epi demic will bo under control There have been 125 cases in the town up to Dec 3 WIIO KILLED GOEBEL LondonI Ky Dec GWUllo Cnpt D D Golden woo spcaldng hero in reply to Caleb Powers a woman sprang to her feet and began to say some cutting things Tbo crowd became excited and Golden tried to proceed when she yelled out that she know who killed Goobel I Continued on fourth the f j IN Cougress Opens but Little Is Ex pected of itRest Tariff Revision Llkelydur Weekly Letter Washington D C Dec 7 1908 I4ssa attention to politics and more actual events this is tho story of tho weflk here- Prosldont Roosevelt gave the cap ital something startling to think about wfien he issued an order last Tu day which takes away from the me nbera of Congress tho right to all olnt fourthclass postmasters in tht states north of the Ohio River aiJ1 east of tho Mississippi Mos- tpikmasters belong to this class and tkee are 15000 of them In tho states 111 itloned Men who want places as fn08troaeten will now have to pats examinations the beet man getting Ui6 Job It is Bald that the order will bo extended to the Southern states If the nlfln works wen This would atfoct Kentucky- It to said that perhaps Mr Rooso vl would have made the order np- jIfIte1IIe S uth It ke bad ndt want ed to kelp tho Republican Congress men titers by leaving them patron age with which to fight the Domo crats In tho North where the Repub licans are In the lead this aid is not needed President Roosevelt believes that all men employed by tho JSfiWrnmeat ought to hold their pos r taftns because they are fit for them Xitil not because thy have been mix ed Uji In email polities Ho wouldr have a system of examinations In which the lest man wins There have bell times during his admlnls ttetton whoa he felt obliged to re sort to tbo use of his power of appointment for political reasons rather than to secure tho boat man for tho Governments service But ho is now showing that he really hopes that for tho future the work ot the Government will be done by men obtained because they are tho ones coat able to do It Con rQ16 is bewildered by such a jlow to its power but the members nave not yet talked themselves into my conclusion as to what to do about t They may take the matter up and cry to defeat tho Presidents Inten lion by passing laws Dut many of them feel glad that they will not have to worry over the question of how to please everyone In their districts by appointing just those men who have tho most Trends and can help thorn Continued on fourth rage Overwhelming Victory for Him in 27th Cloyd Defeats Golden by Even Larger Majority Complete unofficial returns show the following majorities by counties For Judge Counties Lewis Faulkner Laurel 978 Jaokson 476 Olaf 103 Knox 623 For Attorney Counties Cloyd Golden Laurel 1233 Jaokeon 1308 Clay 226 Knox 40b Totals Lewis ovefsFanlkner 2080 Cloyd over Golden 236 London Ky Dee 8IIpn William Lewis of London was nominated for Circuit Judge in the TwottNenth Judleal dlstrlat by the IHpubllean primary today over present Circuit Judge II 0 Faulkner by about 2000 majority Caleb Powers friend JO Cloyd was nomlDiied over his old enemy D U Golden by about the same major ity for Coauncawmltlis Attorney Mr Lewis carried every county in the district and ovary precinct ex I cept two la Clay and two in Knox majoritjr la Laurel county1 will to about eleven hundred fifteen out of I hjtitMn precincts giving him 088 ma jorityIn i Jackson county nino precincts out of eleven give Lows 380 majoritybo Ills majority In that county alert BOO Clay county except two snit precincts give Lewis 116 ma jority The county complete will give him about 200 majority LEWIS CAUIUKS KNOX COUNTY Tw lvo precincts out of eighteen in Knox opunty live Lewis CIS majority awl the county complete will swell hi majority to about 700 J C Cloyds i raajoriUos over Capt D U Golden for County Attorney are ns follows Laurel 1200 Clsy 350 Jackson ISO Captain Golden has only carried his tfomo county of Knox and hIs majority there will bo about 350 Twelve out ot eighteen products give him 292 majority JUDGE MOSS IIENOM1NATED Practically complete returns from the Republican primary In the Twenty Sixth Judleal district held today In sure the renociluatlon of Circuit Judge M J Moss of PInovllle Dell I t 4 f reernQbeua oeneoe b j IheI J Idly Let Your Business WI oIL I Keep Pace With it By Adver 0Iw- r I a a a I a o Childrens Hats GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE Everything Must Go Regardless of Sacrifice Pricer Richmond Street MRS Rr BAKER Berea Kentuckyrz NEWS THE WEEK notlfneMI REMEMBER Departments 27THj CONGRESSIIN nudforstnupeuing JKUWMlflUtt postalsavings CIGARETTES OUR OWN STATE preventI WASHINGTON lore LEWIS WINS I Q- toooeoeoeooeoooeo ft The t HarbingersBy I Tha rustle of the crtmon leaf The froufrou of tae bflMM Tin mjll of burnliut forest laRd The KiUBMec of the tne- AIL mark the Autumn tinM ut red WIen unohy skies arel overbaadtI- D bayou ell the warp rte atlll AM ralu rJ all the treem- Ilrpoa out tile shallows iciittHlatea The lnlaews 1IVry WHHI The sea to rod ass molten nra Above the Autumns ntflldaring pyrel I The WaohWrds tn the maple grove With rswoous mliMtRlcy I Are flfefciBK for the uuthcrn fly Across the ether Ma All Natu ee In the JtAt fltWa tried tory eon i Now noon about the bluing hearth j v Shut In from cold and We deulnna of earth sawN1And bear the North And bleweil be he whose lire hi brlnht When Autumn lade In Winters might nut doubly blessed In he who wes That lowly flraa are lit For thoae whose hearths are cold and bare Where want and worry sltl r Alb eemfort tl a joyous thing When oonteiencQ has no inward sting I county over his opponent HonfWi T Davit ot the same city by about 6SO majority Judge Moss carried BelW county by 400 and Whltloy by 350 Mr Davis carried Harlan by 100 Present Commonwealths Attorney Snyder of Wllllamsburg was renomlnatcd over his old opponent R II Hose of the same city by about 600 majority cat rying every county in the district Lexington Herald Wonderful OfferBETTER THAN I HAVE EVER MADE BEFORE Winter Overcoats Mens and Boys Suits ALL AT A BARGAIN ALL AT A BARGAIN IIfyou need any garment of this kind you cannot afford to overlook this opportunity I have a strong and heavy line of winter overcoats and mens and boys suits to closeout I guarantee to perfectly satisfy you in every way with these garments Special Sale begins Saturday Dec l 2ir AND LASTS ONLY FOR A LIMITED TIME 1 I have also a special uptodate line of ladies coats and furs at low prices My lines of shoes and gents furnishing goods are complete uptodate and full of Big Values for You G M TREADWAY Berea KentuckyrMAIN STREET ry 1 NTcCM1I GTORI1S-j I- YCK95fffOP NtiOYLslND 1 I tl6T LIEPERL unUST IllfnppyJ FAMILY RuroYG come for a trip to Toyland and a peep at the many delightful which Santa Claus pre for enriching the youthful Christmas His enchanted castle brilliantly lighted la filled with an endless variety of toys and as the visitor passes through the main avenues In this wonderful world the opcctaclo becomes more and more entrancing Numberless fairy lamps lead tho way to whero the mechanical and electrical toys are stored and what an imposing array they make Tho place ceems full of motor cars motor omnibuses and motor boats darting here thero and everywhere at tho bidding of their miniature drivers The wireless telegraph Is busy sending messages and the Wlms burst machine with Its glssler tubo Is produc ing tho most beautiful colors as though by lightning Close at hand are scores of different kinds of steam enginesmodels of perfectionto gether with railway carriages stations tunnels signals and all tho rest of it Just like a real rallwar dyer there we catch a glimpse of the Xrays a complete plating machine and hundreds of electrical toys which are going to bo all tho rage this season among those who can be favored with costly playthings Somo of tho engines como to as much as ten guineas but tbo smaller models can be bad for a very trl fling sum An adjoining room wears quite a military aspect with Its thousands of leaden soldiers In full dress looking very fierce and brave No doubt they will bo pleased to receive march- Ing orders and show what they can do with their rifles swords and real cannon You can tell they are like real soldiers because they donX seem to mind a bit being placed In the midst of all sorts of animals such aa elephants lions tigers bears leopards and monkeys The elephants trumpet tho lions and tigers roar tho bears growl the horses neigh tbo donkeys bray tho dogs bark the cats meow and all the rest do their full share towards swelling the uproar but it makes no difference to the soldiers A little further on taxicabs dodgo In and out of miniature garages and skillfully steer their way between London county council electric trams AH the drivers are really very clover InToylandA of spirited rocking horses and prancing geegees marks the way to the dolls palaces This Is essentially the girls domain It Is scarcely possible to conceive anything which Is not here represented Some of the houses are largo enough to bo called mansions They are provided with a complete staff of ser vants au ample larder a thousand and one little com forts and to round off the luxury of it all a smart motor car stands at the front en trance awaiting the appearance of my lord and lady Was there ever such a show of dolls seen before They seem to be everywhere display ing their finery Tho undress doll Is away on a top shelf because the popular dolt must be In the fashion in tho way of dress Tho adult doll with hair done In the latest style is one of the features of the place Baby dolls are apt to be tiresome but the grown ups aro always on their best behavior Of course the universal ambition to soar in the air is represented In Toyland otherwise the place would be incomplete tops which fly up to tho ceiling tops which ring in tho air plums apples pears and other fruit dance about most goyly Swimming men dancing Scotchmen snowballs stuffed with small toys and humptydumpty circuses como in view as you wander along while games galore call aloud for Inspection Toyland certainly never was so full of splendid things for those who can spend dollars and cents Take another turn however and wo como to Tiny Town where the purchasing power of the penny Is best represented Sets of kitchen utensils traction engines gunboats cruisers motor omnibuses railway engines black smiths sawyers county council trams light houses dancing ballet girls dolls furniture sewing sets gold fishes In globes minus tho elaborate mechanism of the more expensive type but all made to work Comical figures magnetic divers shooting galleries skin ani mals and hundreds of musical contrivances are priced at a few cents In the course of a short ramble through Toy land It Is impossible for us to see all that is to be seen but It Is clear that Santa Claus has never had such a busy tlmo In making ar rangements for his Christmas eve visit Tho seasonaccording to tile great toy emporiums whoso wonderful stocks are reviewed above will probably mako a record from the business standpoint Each succeeding year brings a growth In the demand for better class toys and it Is n happy circumstance that the English maker Is awakening to the possibility of big business in this direction Tho German snatched the soldier trade from the French and for years maintained a practical monopoly but In turn tho German has been completely ousted by tbo Englishman- In some of the largest toy places In London this Christmas not a single foreign made uol dler will be sold The same success Is apparently awaiting English enterprise In regard to dolls houses Germany still holds the field as regards dolls A WELL AP RAGED Y but in the course of tlmo even this phase of Toyland may undergo a change Games bid fair to become extremely popular Dlabolo or the devil on two sticks has already captured Paris and tho demand in London suggests the likelihood of Its becoming a great craze there At a moment when tho toy Industry in France is on the wane the famous caricaturist Caran dAche comes to the rescue Being medically forbidden to follow his art ho turned as a hobby to making wooden animals Unable to repress tho humorous strain In his soul ho im parted to his creations a mlrth provoking char actor which has already made them tho rago of Paris and to Judge from the Burlington Arcade they will ere long become quite a craze inLondonFrom cheap mechanical toy which Im pedes our progress through tho streets as dis played tA the pavement by tho enterprising camelot to the wonderful creations which tho Nain Bleu that paradise of French children for nearly a century has provided for tho pampered darlings of the wealthy the predominat ing element in tho French toy of today is mechanical Ingeunlty Never has this been more noticeable than in tho novelties which the manufacturers aro preparing for tho coming holidaysThe average French maker of toys scorns to otter tho little ones such simple things as our childhood know and tho wooden doll and woolly baalamb are to bo found only In the poorer districts Dolls made of wood there are but tho wood Is only a casing for wonderful works and tho lamb must bo llfoslie and oblo at least to frisk Among the morc expeuslvo toys and one which will give the small boy with a gun an opportunity to prove himself a crack shot is the pigeon shooting device which is an attrac tive novelty Upon a polo about eight feet In height a crossbar Is amxed much after tho fashion of a parrots perch except that tho crosspiece Is mobile and is made to swing in a circular direction by means of a simple arrangement of weights like thoso of a cuckoo clock At each end of the crossbar is a colored cardboard pigeon with outspread wings The machinery is set in motion and a wo11 directed shot from a toy gun knocks the bird down Miniature afttomobllcs there are In plenty but the latest thing In the toy motorcar JIM Is run by electricity and has If you please a powerful electric headlight and movable hood It Is doubtful however If even so mag nificent a plaything as this can havo tho at traction for The uptodate youngster which was provided by tho little tin automobllo a catastrophe which was tho great novelty of last Christmas and promises to bo popular 11E GIII1R iFTIIE CLtJlJc5 11 mECtJLLYVtC 7u1c YOrHFPBRERrYG Iy7 I n again this year This diminutive car held two doll passengers the chauffeur and his lady You wound It up and It sped along tho floor right merrily for a few yards when suddenly there was a terrible shock the catastrophe The car camo to pieces and the unfortunate oc cupants were hurled Into the air and fell In pitiful heaps beside tho machine Sometimes tbu rcalUm was so Intenr that the luckless motorists fall under tho shattered machine and then their fate was too horrible to dwell upon You picked up tho pieces and put them together and revived tho doll corpses and set tho car going again and so on You could havo tho most exciting accidents alt day long But automobiles are vleux Jon now and even steering balloons of tho Santos Dumont typO no longer find favor with the toy manufacturers This Christmas tho Petit Noelwho Is tho French childs Santa Claus will scatter toy aeroplanes along his path To be sure they have to bo suspended by n string from the chandelier but if tho string Is a black thread It Is hardly visible and the illusion quite successful Apropos of flying things tho top of that denomination which figures among tho novelties Is a most fascinating affair though why top Is not clear A light metal disc mado to represent a bird or a butterfly with wingtips upon a ring Is placed upon the floor What appears to be a wand finished with a rubber cup is pressed against the center of tho disc and briskly withdrawn Tho disc whirls rapidly and rises In tho air flying off In various directions Since tho French caricaturists exhibition this spring when Caran dAcbos wooden toys created a furore and nil the world of fashion flocked to see tho show ant admire his regi ment of General Bourn tut celebrated artists toys have become a crane with grown folk and children alike Tho playthings which Caran dAche has fash toned In wood for tho season of gifts are in tho form of groups representing hunting parties In which European rulers aro the principal figures Thus wo see his majesty King Edward arrayed In kilts accompanied by a brawny Highlander shooting over tho moors Wondering pheas ants like barnyard fowl are grouped at the hunters feet and gaze in astonishment at tho alert dogs which point in most thorough fash Ion Tho tzar In pursuit of native game and tho president of Franco at Ilamboulllot have also inspired Monsieur dAche While children of all nationalities still cling fondly to Teddy bears their elders In Franco are Indulging youthful fancies In tho purchase of Caran dAcuo dogs and many are the Frenchmens desks which this Jour do lAn will see adorned with one of these delightful pups A CHRISTMAS LESSONttSaahy Stool LtMoa for Dec 20 loa Specially Arranged lor rut Paperi LESSON TBXTluke 18 vmra 21- 1UOIJuN TBXTFor unto you U born Hill tiny In the city of David a Saviour which fe LlirUt tho lord Luko ML- Comment and Suggestive Thought Jesus was born In the stable of an Inn or khan nl Bethlehem six miles noulh of Jerusalem Ho was born probably about four years before our Christian era Decent ber h C 5 I o If on December 25 1 only one week inoro than four years nut It Is sufficiently accurate and best to count In accordance with tho dates used In all our histories and almanacs at tho beginning of tho year 1 A D or 1908 years ago M NoteI There was something sm dally fitting In Dethlchom as his birthIplace because It was the city of his royal ancestor 2 This was In accordance with prophecy Mlo C2 3 Noto tho Divine Providence In thus guiding Joseph and Mary to Doth lehem at this limo by n decree beyond their control and without human planning 4 Jesus came to earth In the clr cumstances best fitting him to bo the Saviour of man lie began his Ufo In a humble way and was brought up In humble life and hottest toll that ho might bo tho friend of till then but especially of the poor and suffering I If he was born In December as Is probable the time Was symbolical since the SlUt of December comes when the longest night of the year gives way and the days begin to lengthen Tide Is the greatest gift ever given to this world From his glorious homo ho came to this world as tho highest expression of Owls love to take upon himself our human nature for lke salvation of the world from sin to holiness and heaven The diVine nature of Christ Is not a mere theory far away from human life but N a fact tnwouilal to one who would reveal God to men and bo tho Saviour of men He speaks to us from personal knowledge of God of his lovo hie care his readiness to forgive his BMtriiMs to raea baa Xatherbood Ho tells ttfl about heaven and Immortal life from his own experience Only the Son of God could poaalbly make atonement of dn Only he could havo power to save us at all Unties and In all HBOC to be our everpresent friend our perfect example our In fallible guldo- ChrllfDal OlvlngThe natural re posse to this great gift from God Is for us to make gifts of love to others of help to those whom Jesus came to helpChristmas Riving lg a right expres lIon of this spirit Often Imperfect often too narrow often such that the thought dwells wore on tho receiving than the giving yet there Is no cola bratlon of any holiday that Is no ap propriate as this of giving In the cola bration of tho birth of Jesus All can give There Is no one so lonelybutexpress Gods will to men deeds of klndnosi expressions of sympathy words of love and cheer and bopo and courage Llko the apostles each must act on Peters word Such as I have give I to theo Tho Magnificat of Mary Luke 1 46D5 ills mercy Is on them that genoratlonThe Dencdlctus of Zacharlos Luko 16879 To give light to them that sit In darkness and In tho shadow of death to guide our feet Into tho way of pence AngeloLukehighest and on oarth peace good will toward mon Glory to God Glory Is tho out ward expression tho outshining of greatness and goodness When God ahowod his glory to Moses on tho mount il was GOds goodness that ihono upon hInt thhlghultfullness of his nature his love his good ts whlrti passed before Moses gloryThumil the desire that all should recog nlzo Gods glory In tho highest 11 In tho highest strains Only the moat cxquialto muslo and song are worthy to express this theme 2 in the highest heavens Tho glory shines hiGhesthoavenlthe brightest glory oven there 3 In tho highest degree Tho plan of sal InIInltelyftfllh Gods glory more than all the wonders of creation when all tho ions Of God shouted for Joy For the thebrlghtncssTho coming of Jesus meant peace blllIllngGood will toward men The ex jrcsslon of Gods desire to bless men thebest torCItvground on Thanksgiving day for a now hajel to cost GOOOO the gift of N W SchoolhuMemorialHall LOOTERS ARE SHOT ARMED FORCES SUPPRESS THE PORT AU PRINCE MOB TWELVE MEN ARE KILLED 1Comlttee of Public Safety Organ IzedOen Simon Strongly Fa vored for President of Haytl Port au Prince For many hours during the night following the flight of Nord Alexis riot and pillage pro Tailed In Port nu Prlnco Tho populace maddened by the spirit of rovolt turned from tho skiff that carried their deposed president to tho French training ship Duguay Trouln and gave full vent to their passions They looted stores and residences and L fought among themselves over the t booty and wino only held in check ban armed force hastily gathered tOo by Oon Poldovln which fired jgolhor Into tho mob and drove tho from street to street and final ly Into seclusion In all 12 persons were killed and many wounded before order was re storedSo serious did tho situation becomo that a committee of public safety composed of tho most prominent mill tary leaders was organized Scorns of citizens were placed under arms to AHlst tho loyal troops In patrolling the city and Thursday comparative Iran I qulllty reigned i The American French and German t ministers decided early In the morn i Ing that they could trust to the ar rangements made by tho committee to maintain order but they jointly gave notification that If disorders com t menced again they would land forces from the warships Those already hero wore roenforccd at daybreak by the United Status gunboat Eagle and the British cruller Scylla Tho sentiment of the people Is strongly In favor of Gen Simon and he will probably bo elected president If the chamber can be assembled without delay A delegation com posed of seven prominent citizens has gone to meet tho revolutionary leader and acquaint him with tho fact that Nord Alexis has gone aboard tho Duguay Trouln They will Invite him to come Into the capital at his earliest conveniencePort Prince President Nord Alexis has been deposed and Is now ufo on board the French training ship Duguay Trouln and Port au Prince Is In the bands of tho revolu tionists Gen Antolno Simon tho lead er of the Insurgents Is marching up tbe peninsula with an army of 6000 and a new president OeD Lfgltlrac has Men proclaimed At the last moment President Alexis yielded to tbo urging of those about him and decided to take refuge aboard the French warship At precisely five oclock a salute of 21 guns announced Ids departure from the palace Thou sands had gathered there early In tho day sad they had surged round tho on trances threatening to oar down tho walls to drive out tho president and his loyal followers As the hours passed the great mob became Infuriated shouting for him to leave the country Tbo mob was armed and men and women beside themselves with rago heaped curses on tho hood of the aged man who bad boon deposed from tbo presidency BIGGY8 BODY NOT FOUND Fruitless Search for Drowned Chief of Frisco Police San Frnnclnco Although numerous boats have patrolled and searched the bay since daylight Tuesday morn Ing from tho Golden Gate to Hunters point and the officers of the ferry boats and other craft were asked to keep a sharp lookout the body of Chief of Police William J Biggy who disappeared from the police launch Patrol and Is believed to have tallen overboard shortly before Ie oclock Monday night while returning to this city from Ilelvldcro on t ho north shore has not been recovered It Is feared that tho body has been carried out to sea Waterways League Meets New Orleans That an Inland wa terway extending from tho Mississippi river to tho Rio Granda will benefit not only Louisiana and Texas but the whole Mississippi valley was the Fentlmont of tho several hundred dole gates gathered hero Friday at tho fourth annual convention of tho Inter state Waterways league Lieut Gov O B Davidson of Texas said It was estimated that to complete the work would cost 4000000 Lack of Water Stops Trolley Line Mahnnoy City Pa liccauao of a scarcity of water the Schuylklll Trac tion Company which operates about 40 miles of trolley line In tho Ma hanoy and Bhcnandnah valleys Friday night drew tho fires from under tho boilers of Its big power plant at Glrardvlllo and suspended operations Arrested After Long Chase New YorkA chase from Chicago to Italy and back to Now York ended Friday in tho arrest of Michael Vivo an Italian jeweler who Is charged with the theft of 500 worth of jewelry and three pounds of gold Brlcea Son Is Insane New York Stewart M linen a former councilman and son of the late United States Senator Calvin S Brice of Ohio after a hearing before a cum mission and a sheriffs jury was de Glared intmno Friday SAYS BON SPENT 11000000 PRINCESS DE SAGANS COUNSEL IN SENSATIONAL ADDRES Paris Feasts on Dark Side of Ameri can Womans Married Life While In France Parts Tho suit brought by Count hunt do Castellwno against Princess do Sagan his former wife for tho custody of his three children was continued In this city Wednes day Tbo princess before her marriage to Count do CastelEano was Miss Anna Gould Counsel for the princess raked the count fore and aft when he reached the subject of tho fashion In which he had dissipated his wifes fortune spending at tho rate of 1000000 a year for 11 years M Clemencvau revealed the exact terms of the settlement his client offered to make at the time of her divorce These tho count refused on thf ground that they were Insufficient and In to doing said coup Princess De SaganI lei he proved himself eligible for an Insane asylum Those terms were 200000 cash or an Income of UO 000 a year this Income to be In creased when the estate of his former wire was out of the hands of the trustees she to take over all tho debts then pending M Clomcnccau took up ono by ono the accusations mado against the princess by the count regarding her travels in Italy with do Sagan before their marriage It should bo remem bered the lawyer declared that the princess was not a young girl travel ing with her fiance but a divorced woman In the company of the man she was going to marry Furthermore she Is an American M Clomenceau said Conduct tbat would appear to bo out of tho ordinary In France be said Is perfectly proper on the other side of the ocean Daring Bank Robbery Pepporell Mans Burglars blow open the safo of the First National bank hero Wednesday took 14000 and es caped In an automobile The thoroughness and skill with which the work was performed has convinced the police that the burglars were professionals Three were In the party and although they wero seen escaping In the auto nil trace of them was soon lost and tho authorities were unable to ascertain In what di rection they departed It Is believed however that the burglars went In the direction of Groton Valuable Necklace Recovered Now YorkA chanco remark to Police Inspector McCafferty led to tbo recovery Thursday by Garrett E Lamb of Clinton In of a pearl necklace said to bo worth 15000 which was atolen last February Tom Johnsons Daughter Divorced Cleveland 0Mrs Elizabeth John son Manual daughter of Mayor Tom Johnson was granted a dlvorco Friday from Fredorlco Marlanl of New York Mrs Mnrlanl testified that her bus band had never supported her from tho time she married him Shoot Wife and Himself Granvlllo Mass After fatallj shoaling hln wife Friday John Arten a lodging house keeper fired three bullets Into his head Indicting wounds which will probably kill him RAILROAD TROUBLE ENDED Pennsylvania Road and Engineers Reach an Agreement Washington A successful Issue of the conference between representa lives of the Brotherhood of Locomo tive Engineers and of tho Pennsyl vania railroad lines west of Plttsburu and the board of mediation consist ing of Chairman Kuapp of tho Inter state commerce commission and Dr Charles P Nell commissioner of labor was reached Friday night and an agreement proposed by the board of mediation was accepted by General Manager G Ian Peck of the Pennsyl vania lines and by the board of as sessment of the Brotherhood of Loco motive Engineers Satisfaction was expressed by both sides to the controversy at the settle ment agreed upon and the agreement was exchanged between the parties to the contioveray In writing CLOSE CALL FOR PRESIDENT He Is Nearly Run Down by a Fire Hose Cart Washington It was learned Thursday night that President Roosevelt had a narrow escape from serious Injury while driving Wednesday afternoon Tbo prompt action of LieuL J D Lyons of the local fire department who was driving a heavy fire hose cart and who throw his horses to the ground In order to avoid dashing Into the chief executives carriage alone prevented a bad accident The fire horses were traveling at rant speed when tho driver realizing that the hoso wagon would dash Into tho presidents carriage but for some desperate measure jerked tho ani orals back and threw them on their haunches Their hoofs it is said almost struck tho carriage In front of them as they fell DANK CASHIER IS SHOT Iowan Mistaken for Another Man Wounded In Shoulder Vinton la George Romstend the assistant cashier of the Peoples Savings bank at Vinton Was waylaid and shot through tho shoulder at an early hour Friday morning by an unknown assailant Rarnstcad had been to Cedar Rapids and was returning homo on tho night train When near his residence ho was stopped by a man who exclaimed Ive got you now and fired one shot Ills assailant suddenly discovered be had shot the wrong man and offer Ing nu apology disappeared Ram stead will recover Seventeen Perish In Storm SL Johns N F Seventeen persons have perished In a storm which has lashed the Newfoundland coast for 48 hours In all ten fishing vessels have gone ashore most of them breaking Into fragments on the rocks The victims of tho gale were members of tho crews of three of these craft The fishermen were nil residents of New foundland fishing villages Ward Burllngame la Dead Topeka Kan Ward Burllngame for 27 years chief clerk In tho dead letter office at Washington and pri vote secretary to four Kansas governors and three Kansas senators died at hlu homo hero Thursday night of heart failure aged 72 years Suffocated by Fumes Cincinnati Dee Three men were found dead In an abandoned sheet Iron shaving hopper under the central Theyhadof charcoal fumes New Revolution In Salvador Managua Nicaragua A revolution Las begun In Salvador under the lead ership of former VicePresident Pru denclo Alfaro Tho cities of Ahuacba pan Usutulon and Santana have been captured by the revolutionists Cruiser Yankee Is Floated Newport R ITho United States crulsttr Yankee which has been aground on Hen and chickens shoals In Buzzards bay tor the last ten weeks has been floated and bas start ed for Now Hertford In tow b t WAS THE BISHOP RIGHT Evidence That Restrictive Legislation Is Not Enslavement Somo years ago when there was a strong movement In England in favor of a more strict regulation of the liquor traffic some favoring out and out prohibition one of the bishops de Glared himself opposed to the mo ures advocated because he would rftjj er see England drunk and than en slaved Ills view was that men should not bo forced into sobriety and that any legislation that compelled men to glvo up drink would bo oppressive Men should bo left free to use It or not as they pleased It they were compelled to stop using It you made slaves of them Ho would rather seo a nation of drunkards than a nation of slaves This utterance has often been quot ed and by many people has been re garded as containing great wisdom Is It presumptuous to declare now that It was a most unwise utterance and that It will stand any careful con sideration asks Temperance Let ufe look and see First of all there Is a wide space be tween slavery and drunkenness If the latter is put down it does not fol low that tho nation is to be enslaved for there can bo no restriction of tho liquor traffic severe or mild without the consent of the people The ma jority of the peoplo have to approve or condemn such legislation before It can be mado effective Then restrictive legislation Is not comethlng now for tho state urges the passage of very stringent laws whenever public health and public safety are put In peril If It can be shown that the liquor traffic has become a menace to the welfare of society there can be no question as to the propriety of restrictive legislation It It can bo shown to be so Injuri ous as to Imperil a large number In every community and to add to the expense of government and if a majority ot tho people decide to put It down completely who will question their right to do soT Suppose that the most radical prohibitory measures prevail In any place who are enslaved by such meas urea T Certainly not the majority who favored the law not the minors whom guardians are eager to keep from de basing Influences and not that large Dumber who are indifferent one way or the other la It tho habitual drunkard T Under previously existing laws he can bo shut up In jail now for intern peranco and deprived of his liberty for weeks and months It Is no more like slavery to prevent his having the drink than to shut him up for making bad uso of It later on The parties who are likely to cry out slavery aro those who are In the liquor business and also that por ion of tho community who claim the right to use Intoxicants as they please In large or In smalt quantities Tho former regard legislation generally as interfering with their bust ness and the latter think their personal liberty Is abridged The whole matter comes back to the starting point that the majority must rule If tho majority believe It Is for the best Interests of the community to restrict or to abolish tho liquor traffic that then becomes tho law and all must obey There Is no slavery In obeying law If one does not like a law let hint labor to have It repealed but while It Is the law ho Is expected to keep It It is simply absurd to raise the cry of slavery just because laws may be enacted which some do not like Liquor Drinkers and Life Insurance Lira Insurance companies are adopt tag stronger measures for tho examina tion of moderate drinkers One of the largest companies now declares that no saloonkeeper or brewer Is rich enough to got a policy with them while even those who drink with mod oration aro considered poor risks What Is true of this company Is con sidered true of all others Somo now require an agreement that If death results rem drink their policy becomes void In thin connection It will be remembered that Sir Thomas Whit taken who Is a medical examiner for A life Insurance company that has separate classes for abstainers and so called moderate drinkers says states tics compiled for many years past show that teetotalers lire from 25 to 30 per cent longer than drinkers Drink the Greatest National Menace I have been made a teetotaler said a United States senator not long ago by the sight of the hangerson of the average saloon Every average class saloon has a clientele of poor wretcheu whore appetite for drink has got tho better of them Many of these unfortunates have still more unfor tunate families dependent upon them The total aggregate of those human wrecks Is much greater than the na tons standing array This Is too great x price to pay for tho privilege ot what Is known as personal liberty If I had ray way I would abolish the liquor traffic root and branch It Is tile nations greatest curse nnd no amount of specious reasoning can overturn the oldDcetl truth of such un I1JIIIllrtlon 1855 Berea College 1908 1r FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINSP- laces the BEST EDUCATION in reach of niL y44 Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states J Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONSt A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith others Ilk himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for these least advanced Same lecture library and general advantages as for more advanced Students Arithmetic SinglnBtbigilandworlcbooks TRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork iNursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who havo Jargcly finished common branches The most practical and interesting etudlca to fit a young person for an honorable and useful lifeaCHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course so that a young man tmay secure a diploma in Agriculture rind a young lady In Homo Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as tall and winter terms Is very profitable Small f extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Geri man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with uso of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to Sth grade Model Schools enables ono to get a flrefcelasa certificate Following years winter and spring terms glvo the Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces sary for 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 tho money re ceived from students Is paid out for their benefit and tho School expends non an averago upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than ho pays In This great deficit Is mado up by the gilts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea In order that It may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students como from tho best families and are earnest to do well and improve For any who maybe sick the cOllego provides doctor and nurso 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 training and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In winter It is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn more may by writing to tho Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents tome dollar a week- 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 ore necessary The Co opera tlve Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES aro really below cost Tho College asks no rent for tbo 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 In the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash- Ing of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring 50 cents 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 departs 1 Second on Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build lags hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services ai- teachersall our Instruction is a freo gift Tho Incidental Feo for most students Is 300 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 tho term board by tho halt term Installments aro as follows WINTER12 weeks 29ooln ono payment 2850 Installment plan first day 2100 Including 100 deposit middle 0 term IOO- SPRIN 10 weeks 52250in one payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1070 Including 100 deposit middle ot term 676- SPRING4 weeks term for those who must leave for farm work 5940 SPRING 7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers ex umlnatlons 1645 Winter and Spring terms together one payment 4900 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of n term receive back for money advanced as tonowsjOn board In full except that no allowance Is made for any traction ot n week I uneapinedOn Incidental feefT certificate allowing the student to apply tore ay+eenl 1 re++ red for+tem bills when he returns provided Jt Is within tots termsibUt IIahgn l1nun fnp r rM I 1rIftMo IT PAYS TO STAYWhen you have mado your Journey and aie well started In school It pays to stay as long as posalble The first day of Winter term Is January 6 1909 The first day of Spring term Is March 25th 1909 For Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLEBEREA That Premium Knife takes the eyes of tho men and boys who see it The mountain people like a good thing when they see it and to get a 76 cent knife with two blades of razor steel and n dollar paper that is worth more to the moan 4 tain people than any other dollar paper in the world The Knife and The Citizen for 125 1 lJ That brings iu subscriptions 1 the time If you have not got it you ought to have r 1 f r- I rrTHf MESSIAH The Second Annual Messiah Con cert will be given In the College Chapel Dec 21 at 7 p m Sharp Admission 15 Cents Description of this great masterpiece When some great Bible atory Is set to music It Is called an oratorio Christ was tho Messiah and so tho Star of Christ set to music was called The Oratorio of The Messiah The music was written one hundred and sixtyseven years ago by George Fredrick Handel who lived In the an clout town of Hallo Germany Ho was a great musician and wrote a great deal of splendid music but by this work he Is best known There are two reasons why the Messiah has become the most univer sally known and appreciated of all o atorios and why It lives and Is being sung so ninny years after the man who wrote It died The first reason Is the greatnosa of the theme For In all ages wherever men and women may be found who feel tho burdens of sorrow and sin nnd who Hunger and thirst after righteousness there Is this massage ot Christ tho 1lo the molt vital the most Important and tie most uplifting of all messages iron God to mon And It Is because all men every whore though sinful In their motives have a deep desire for righteousness that there Is such universal Interest In the story of The Lamb of God that taketh away the sins of the world Handels flint great success In this work was tho selection ot the theme The words are taken front those yer i1 soil of the Bible which foretell th coming ot Christ and tell of his birth Ills sorrowful but triumphant life and his glorious resurrection The second reason for the success and long life of this work Is tho beauty and grauduro of the music wtilch In turn no doubt Is largely due to the first reason for Its success Ig the greatness of the theme For it s certain that In no other work ot this author does he so nearly roach the sublime as he does In such choruses as Behold the lamb of God an Tho Hallelujah chorus and ale III lu solos like He Shall Feed Flock and lie Was re plsed and Rejected of Men- The human side ot Handel is shpwn r In the tact that some of his music Is light and rather meaningless In char after being florid and showy This characteristic II doubtless duo to the Influence upon him ot the Italian school of music which wrote to please + the light shallow taste of the people of that time This tendency Is Illustrated In such h putts of tine Messiah as the Jlrst part of the chorus All We Like Sheep Have Gone stray But hero he is nU at his best and It is in such previouslyldemand of his time for mere show and proves himself a great genius Perhaps thorn is no other oratorio so often given or so thoroughly enjoy ed by all classes ot people whether i educated musically or not as Is the Messiah Not only every city r many towns and villages have theirI oratorio societies which at q time will bo elnglng this story ot the coming of Christ I The word of the opening lenor are taken from Islah 401 and soloI Ing could be more restful more j Ing or more expressive of sympathy for the weary soul than this mess i age Comfort Ye Comfort Ye My F People followsfI over peace love and harmony to come with the I promised Messiah L Following this Is a grand chorus i 1 In which all break forth singing And I 1theglory of the Lord shall be reveal and all flesh shall see it together itorthe mouth of the Lord hath spoken L Its would be Impossible to consider each number of this great work in f detail but some parts aro so sublime omissiontThe first part of the work Is taken up with the prophecies telling ot f the coming of Christ the story of his I andtvmY j earthVI e2lstt work of Christ Then shall the eyes i of the blind be opened nnd the carsII of the deaf unstopped Following this Is that most beauti ful ot soloo He shall feed his flock tike a shepherd Here we see Handel z at Ills beast nil perhaps In no other part of this work 1 The second part opens with Be I Y hold the Lamb of God that taketh away the sins of tho world Hero r begins tho sadness ot tho story and t this and grows until JJnnltejlath03oti I V I rt J f f h i 5 k D c t borno our griefs and carried our sorrows lint in the last lialt ot this part Christ bursts the bonds of the tomb and arises triumphant over death and the grave And we hear his praises sung In the most Inspiring of chorus os Hallelujah for the Lord God om nipotent rolgneth Then follows the third part that sweet assuring solo I know that my Redeemer LIvoth and the oratorio nieces with a grand chorus Worthy- Is the Lamb that was slain Amon THE EDUCATIONAL CAMPAIGN Tho Whirlwind Campaign for bet jter cducattaa la Kentucky has developed Into n rent cyolono tend tho reports roaoUud from over on hun drt counties In the State give cv cry Indication that It will bo oxcoed lugly destructive to Illiteracy and to onthurahum throughout the Stato has BUr passed all expectations and the camp alga bids fair to surpass any of tho campaigns recently hold In say of tho Southern atatse A statement sent out by State Supt Crabbe on the1 campaign rays PeeIpie at Kentucky la an of our otUMHshlp This can only be dono through bone schools and more churches t Wo have taken relatively too much IntoTMt In nmtUrc of national con earn such as the tariff trusts etc and too little interest in matters e t homo concern suck H good echools I Rood roads and tho enforcement of our lows which really are of vital con cern anti touch cveiy citizen alike I tiroepublic some realization of the de ploioble condition of our common schools in Kentucky and of our 11 literacy and some undorsUndlng of the purpose atd scope of tho laws I liaised by the last General AMorimly J and also tho fact that slay dofeete in thane taws by axpertenee will IbeTIc most Important questions be j fore the OII1cIoC Kentucky today are the enforcement of the law the bet torment of the schools the Improve I meat of the roads and the change In j our system of taxation These quee tton are of much more Immediate I concern to the cillicne ot Kentucky than say queetions relating to the I tariff to the national banking JawI or the trust Kenueky MIl live under any tariff under which any other State ran iirotper Kentucky un crednct her basinew with any banking mytum UD der whlsh any other State can can duct Ita business Ktntueklans exUt and make r livelihood under an system of trusts or aggregation tf capital no matter how much they may rob under the domination it which the eitUens of other States can earn a living But Kentucky must enforce Its own laws improve Its own school system build Its own roads create Its own tax laws and they are the questions which are the must vital to Kentuckys prosperity and growth Public education has is come an immense business problem In every community and In every Commonwealth More money Is paid out to support oar public school system than in necessary for the maintenance of the State Government In nil its other departments Including too salaries of judges and ot State officers prosecution ot criminals and the supporting of the unfortunates confined In our penal and charitable Institutions The ad vclorom tax for State pur posos In Kentucky la SOc on every 100 of taxable property and more than onehalf of this is expended yearly for the support of the torn man school system and educational Institutions We are now expending annually the large sum of nearly 3 000000 In Kentucky for this purpose alone Kentucky as a State stands near the head of the list In the per capita paid out of the State Treasury for the education of her children but In actual returns for this large expenditure of money she stands near the bottom The federal census shows and there Is no reason to doubt its accuracy j that of the 52 States and Territories now constituting tho American UnI Ion on the basis of the number ofI Illiterate white voters of native white parentage KentuckyIa 40 leaving tlfo white of NOrth C rollnn Louta tuna and New Mexico alone lower In the scale of education than tho white people of Kentucky There are more white native Il literates in Kentucky In proportion to population than any of the Southern States except those mentioned not withstanding the fact that most of thorn lost more In life and property I proportionately In tho Civil War than Kentucky and In addition millions of dollars ot debts were saddled upon perlcdtand age oJ iIS1 ono halt or only 4C per cent are on rolled In schools There Is ono coun ty In the State whom more than one third of tho white population can neither rend nor write Tills condl tlon Is not confined entirely to tho mountains There are more untie whlto Illiterates In the Blue Grass counties than In the entire State o- Massachusetts t or Mains The for oign born citizen in Kentucky Is be- tIter educated than the native born So considering the amount ot money expended and the fact hal more than onohalt of the taxes every taxpayer payH the Sheriff goes for school purposes our common school system In Kentucky has been a bus Inoei failure 1The intention ot the last General Assembly was to provide a system un j dur whiff our school money would not be wasted and for which we would get some adequate result It alas desired to remove from our State the black blot of illiteracy and to tnk Kentucky front near the bottom c tho American Commonwealths cd ucatlonnlly end place her where sno boI recloved tho support o majority of Democrats and Kotiubllcana In both Houses and wore signed by the Governor j All tune Keatueklnns desire that peace prosperity and respect for law j and for Ute right of person and prop ort stiall prevail throughout borders Better schools anti Inc churches aro the mlglitest facto- excepting God alonewhich can air us In ladling this desired cud IIN OUR OWN STATE Conttmird froai ant pep and that he Is now a free man in this part of the country Many present un derstood that the reference was to a Laurel Co man who has never been publicly charged with complicity In tno assosslnatron of Gocbol but upon whores suspicion has rested strongly TIlts mat la a trong admirer of Pow sn and was hare yesterday IoulB vale Times J8TH JUDICAL IUCB ThlBRfl are- bsglonlag to be warmed up In circuit lodges race In this dllUteI Judge aton and his opitoinmt Smith Hays of Winchester met in I delete In RlekmoBd on Monday and both of them let their tempers get away from them f0 RBDBBM HIlBATHrTT At the Meontl meeting of the Clu1League of Ureathltt County organisation which hopes to be able l eoIIaltto do was te follow the Use laU down by Judge Faulkner In the Ztth liquorydrive the liquor men from the county Work will begin at once and the or ganlialion will back the work ot the courts as has never lees does before cUWASHINGTON trow flrt Pagei most In being reelected j Last winter and spring because of the panic Unite was much talk ot I changing our currency and monetary system and a commlMlon of nine SenI atora and nine lUpresenUtlym wags I appointed This commission has bEoni at work all summer This I has met In Washington The members cannot agree and are being told I hUVeitlotthe country could stand any changes tin Its financial regulations ThoreroreI Congress will probably I pass a law for more thorough and frequent inspection of national banks by This tho GovernmentI Congress which opens today Dec 7 will have 226 Republican members In tile House and 1C8 Democrats a Republican majority of 57 Tho GIst i Congress opening otter Taft becomes President in March will have a Re 47Isettled by present Congress Is how to spend I tunII more mOlt The United States has not been so poor for many years In gloIj year The Congressmen want to have the right to appoint their friends to do this work but the President henditho places be filled by competlvo examination There will be n lively dispute on this point and the man who- i will have greatest influence In IlecldIIng It is Crumpacker of Chairman of the Census of the House CommItteeI Then Congress will have LItI1provldlJg olio two years ago carried eightyfour millions This bill Is known as thoI porkbarrel bill because It Is peeled that each Representative vlll be given mono to lia spent on the improvement ot rivers in his neigh I borhood While this Is true wo must also noto that now tho money la spent much more wisely than n tow years ago because the man who makes It Theodore R Burton of Ohio Is tin honest and capable man Two other ways of spending the national revenue will bo pressed upon Congress reorganization of the Post Office Service and reorganization ot Ilropesedicharge of the Postal Department who shall be Independent of party polities and shall remain In his place which over party is In power It Is shown 1thllt no big business firm could do changed1ovoryseven Postmaster Generals in the last flight years It tile change Is made there will be a reform ot postal methods from top to bottom and tits Iwill cost money Similar betterments are urged lot sconcefreforms will not be made until Mr Tot has boon Itmgumtsd and tho Otst metst numbers ot the HOUEO met Saturday acid ulotod Chomp Clark of Missouri as minor ty leader In the place of John Sharp Willlnnw of MlMltalpnl who Ie going to Uio Senate utter next March and eaoerorrOllaIMpt innseelIwas by any other Democratic candidate The work of the minority leader constate In presiding over dlwuwlons ns to what attitude jLho Democrats shall tako towmd bills ami also In i advising the Republican leaders what Democrats ought to be put on the dlf I fsrent committees Representativ Ollle James seconded the Domination of Clark The present Senate has Cl Rdpublt sans and Si Democrats The Senate In likely to estate nx ltsmtnt during the short session The older RofHib Henna like Swator AMrtcit of Rhodo Island are lornr control of the hotheaded and rnulttal younger ruin Sea ator Bevorldge will press hki child labor law which wotild prohibit rail roads sARagsd In Interstate commerce trot currying anything mad by obit dreg This l to prevent the socell ed ehlMslnvery which exists In some factory regions Other youaor mcmbm are la Kollsltt of Wlseo In ttorah of Idaho and Brown of Nebraska These met will liw ailed after nest Marsh hy Dristow of Ken ass Cuaimlim of Iowa Jones of Wash tugton Hoarse of Ors mi Uspvetally noticeable will lee the attitude of Ellhn Root who will be Independent ol the slow movlag and prejudiced oidtlmers Mr Taft will have a Hood csanee to control things through thee progressive younger own The Ohio Senator not yet selected will undoubt edly be a friend of Taft too Daring the earning short mission Koraker will bring up UK Brownsvills affray again and also try to explain tile ekargss of graft against him In the lest Ohio campaign The Senato s stirred up by the action of the President and Secretary Root In mak lag what amounts to a treaty of ally ance with Japan without the atlrtee and consent of the Senate As a matter of fast for the last tew years the Senate uses been so cranky and jealous of the executive branch of tho Government that part oC which Roosevelt presides that It Inns not allowed any treaties to bo made to that Ute nation has mlimod some good oreIlgn liar have taken matters Into their agreementI Is excited over this action and Sen ator Cullum of Illinois Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee called on Secretary Root this week and It Is supposed that tho two bad a lot discussion and that the Senate will take action Another Important mat Senateappointment In the Senate which will bo of vital importance to tho country Is that of Senator Halo of Maine ns head of the Appropriations Committee The head of this committee which Is 11isteering measures thropgh the Senate and In Rtccrln1Senator to vote right with ja one of the most Influential Iti Congress It was whoIdledThe tariff fight which Mr Taft liar been making against tine House lead ore under Undo Joe Cannon was won this week and the country will bo given n honest revision Mr Taft stated that ho would veto any bill which did not meet his approval It I Is a rare thing for a President to veto n bill since It puts him wrong with I his party find splits tho party up Tho socalled Cannon crowd had not be lIoved that Taft would dare do It But since It Is plain that ho means bust flew they have gracefully knuckled unhor They will probably ittlll have n fight on the question of the rules under which the speaker gets Iris tyrannical power There la another Uncle in the House Undo Pete Hepburn of Iowa and ho is Chairman of tho Republican caucus which the rules Ho favors a 01111011ent through But unfortunately he was defeated for reelection and will be hero only until March I Tho big International event hero this week vim the coming of an Km harry from China to thank the Unit ed States for giving back to China tine 114000000 ot Boxer indemnity last year Tang Shao YI with n prince of the royal blood and n rev tlnuo of fifty proininent Chinese Is now the guest of the Government lie came last Monday and has called on both Secretary Rot and tho President His party are lodged In n largo man sion rented by lire Government for the purpose and will remain for some months Their queer costumes and manners have Interested the whole city- Governor Mngoon ot Cuba la In town to ten tho President that the American troops can heave Cuba ut any time since conditions are quiet and peaceable there now Magoon may be In rafts Cabinet Cuba will be evacuated on January AS lOOt it Is said that David Jayne Hill may be Tafts Secretary of State He Is now Ambassador to Germany Mr Burton of Ohio Is talked of as sure of a Cabinet place It he does not b come Stator from Ohio Us may IM either Secretary of State or of the Treasury Mr Naglo Attorney of 8C Louis nwy to Secretary of the In ORtJelion Martin A Knapp will be rev appointed as Head of the Ttitemtate Coamisfte COMM BOH Ha hiss dose esssltrat work In regard to the mptr rttng of railways by the Gaverament President Roosevelt will be in charge ot an expedition seat out by the Smithsonian Institute to explore Africa next year Ills hunting part will take a scientific turn thus HP will pay his own expenses and give the government the benefit of his i tripTh Ovnrral r C trrllilberbo growing tasty due in the fast that times lace been herd and UHHtar herder te make In ctvii life Nuts for the Health One my great advMta c whlet nuts possess over nets food Is tnlr absolute frMdom frost Multcratton When yon buy nets you alvat ksjw what you f M netting Of course l1 rebossy s the shell are viao ahsulufy oJo i ted what a beautiful ennui they eon from How beasttgl to picture the Ireett upon wblt they grow on the outermost branches dancing In the unbeam Ixjndoo Good Halth mace Tots Tv Celt or ti kind of man onr Irtforanc call Cat has shows bJIself wore than any of his brlhr othur nines doggd ID foUowlor hi- sNosewhether i tn politic In rertgion or li oeclal ristome4cgd and j 4nutlf fl beaten oftm but never firlag In serer ehmBKlng his dsmaud f 111cticsIondoa THE MARKET Berea Prices Potatoes Irish per bu LOO Cabbage 3o per Ib Apples 36 and 40c per pk Hfigs per dozen 30c Butter per Ib 20c Bacon per lb 12Via Ham per lb ICo Lard per lb 12o Chickens on foot per Ib Cc liana on foot tar lb Cc Feathers per Ib 3Bc Oats CUc Corn 7G- cWheat per bu 100 Live Stock LoulbVille Dec 8 190S CATTLE steers 4 25 GG Beet steers 2 75 425 Pat heifers and cows 2 76 3 S5 75iHulls 2 00 3cO feeders 276 425- Stoetconi 2 00 3 C5 Choice milch cows 35 00 45 00 Common to fair 10 00 30 K- CAMUftliMt 8 50 7 CO Medlulllc 00 C 00 Common 250 400 IIOO 180 Iba and up C P6 110 to 100 life 6 35 Pip 4 CO Naught C 10 down SI1BH1 Best lambs 4 00 C CO Culls 2 CO 4 00 Pat sheep 3 00 down Mats pork 12 SO HAMS Qholw sugar cured light and speelai outer 13olXHc hoary to medium 12W- aUmkfsst baton IV4e Sldae lie IMIlM He Drtod beet 12c Shoulder 9- e1480Pure tlrrnee lie tub 11U pure leaf tierce IJe firkins UiaQl tabs i2- WIlIATNo 2 rod 1 OS OATS w No I white Mtye No 3 mixed lIYa- oCOltNNo S white OCo No 2 mixed Ota lifoho r M of L yrt AtniMlin i i rW iriiii li j vrEftypt ale ui hi nc u nil Won br n st lr KIII I li of desert Ii t 11 Ih werlfl TII if wtU Is kaos fcx the Twill Fails Mniiiij 111 UM ins of Mali The ultima1 HMHI tied iiriRafimi agree the v ores TIn PMi pnijfc tnahate lMoc i rm1ro Ml wUI he lri M acre IlreWwkly Dignity of te Bngilfth Vf er The Kimliah tte1 saller IK i to A err hid Ig vjpwly but u OJ ne eotuliiK rxinii ILd carts iinn I llio milHiiiii nrun of tin 11Ktr hiiiliiiii M a Hrlnl HKI 1t In him at II the lunkiii f a dukm burly i glliui f or T are mere the 1vfai C of hu 11111Ul BUIIIMTrnul n at the labs In t1 dMCfnili to aVpi your van t i I with oiotiUaif of an air of a JIB crowBMt king Sketch Snake In a BecrBsrrel A party of forrlgiwm M i a 1 IOf fcfiM al lake AIr Ia tit tos11 rot pt the fluid tir h M eptxo InvMtlisitea dpi ho fed that the bmiikob was soppL sp- by a aaakc TIle rpitta must hive crawled late the tie while It WM tying empty nn tbo jpumrt Mt wows drowned when the keg was filed Dally Thought hope la a lovers staff walk IJMMM with that and menage It aghast lit airinie thotiKhta 8bakM ra THE Berea National Bank Notunn Krixirtiiftlif tollilllliili of the ll rrn Awllonal lUnknt llrrrnln thelnleof iretnaky At the drliu lnr Norrinlirr 117 lees RKSOUBCU3 Loans and Discounts S71Ol0 71IOverdrafts secured anti unsecured 83 24 U S Bonds to secure circulation 25000 00 t Premiums on U S Bonds 112500 Banking house furniture and fixtures 0 40L 08 Other real estate owned 8100 00 Duo from approved reserve agcntsI 18208 77 Checks and other cash items 1031 Notes of other National Banks 144 iJ 00 1 Fractional paper currency nickels and cents 871 20 LAWTOL MOVKT RESERVE w BANK viz Specie F500370- LegaUeuder t notes 22in 00 7330 75 t Redemption luau with US Treasurer 0 par cent of circulation 125000lTOTAL 0 135854 10 LuniLrriES I Capital stock paid Iii r i i 20000 OISurplus fundnrnedn 370000 Undivided profits less espouses and taxes paid 1870 J GI National Bank notes outstanding 2lt20 00 fI Individual deposits subject to cluck 80884 05 t Certified checks 450 00rTOTAL 13588410 State of Kentucky County of Madison as 1 J L Gay Cashier of the above named hank do solemnly swear that the above nlatetneut is true to tho best of my knowledge and belief J L OAT Cashier Correct Attest S E Welch W A Hammond J W Fowler Directors Subscribed andsworn to before mq this 2nd day of Dec lOS G D llolliday Notary Public R ojL VVVV VVVVV t e ea e The Porter Drug Co IrcoaronsYn 4 PHONE 12 BEREA KY I lo+ +eee +o + e 0000000000040080800800000080000o 0 Vicinityn I o a a o- s GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OH SOURCES o- iosoeososoaosososoeooosonsososawo9csoeoeoeoaososoe DR BEST DENTIST CITY 1IIONK 133 OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE Harry Khu and Is visiting homo folk again He report business looking up Rinse the election Miss Lilian Maupln was In town over Sunday flit Parker a cartoonist will giro the last number on the Lyeoum Lea ture pracrtm for the Pall Turin on tho night of Friday Dec IS Ills re putation II wide and good and all wilo attend may oxpec t a molt enjoy tijjle evening Judge Cofle writes from Lowlmrg Fla that lM Is enjoying delightful weather w Hit oranges grape fruit plresppJi and all garden vaiOtaWM la aniiBditu The Prisollte Clubs Ilasear nt Mrs Bakers otoio Dee lllw ISth and 10th will dN i flue olwnoe to buy Ttteful and tunrr ChrteUios gifts Homo made candles will alto be on sale All the money revived will be uNd to give tba itMt jtWe Ut to poor children limber than carry over any hats I have re luicHl the prices on all that are left The are the very newst nt le omc and see what a nlee hat ou M r sjfi for a very allllUI1 Mrs a R Baker The ruonti loop here will held it annul lection the nlfkl of Dee 2 I OU M lotlRwi will eledt officers ur about the Mtn time Word ifl Ixou reoeivwt here that the ken of J M Moody at Klsp rna Wee t irnrd to the lJIBd Monday The beii c aught tire asiwiltvy bet the flair nail shtl tMiJ Id raMar with worM a et os MondayJno r t PlatlslHirx Mo kas- rant Mi fithr at Ialnt Leak a barrel cinUUiJtiK rive different varicose ot fine alfU P McWhorter ties filed suit against the town of Beroa to vacate the reeoii ordinance providing for tho inspection of stock to bo killed In this town He claims that the ordl nnnre Is sot only beyond the ixiwers given the town In 118 charter but that it Is useleiM falling to give the titUrns itroteetlon while Imposing an utiuectsMry and burdensome tax upon him lite attorney 18A P Settle The rmittor has boon brought bo ton thu council but no action has boon taker Miss May Brldguman who has boon In tho hospital for several weeks with phooplng cough Is out again and nblo to resume her school duties The Rev W 0 Berakman tho now A M superintendent of mountain church work will be in Baron on Mon day flea Hth and will spunk at the Congregational church at 230 and 700 p m H R Prather was in Lexington on tuiBlnose part of last week 1 it Early was at homo for a short Ulna tho latter part ot last week John Dean went to Clover Bottom Saturday returning Sunday Wm Clark of MoKco was In town MondayMr Hayes was hero from WI1 do last week visiting his son W O Hayes Ixwls W Johnson and Tolto Lako with their families expect to have this week for Nebraska where they will make their future homo leo Sparks mado a short stop In Beroa last WednosdaIMr J L Baker and family were via lUng at Brassfleld tho first of the weak Miss Jean Cameron who has been away slnco last June returned laat week to resume her duties as Matron of Ladles Hull 1 450Buys a good set of teeth DR HOBSON Richmond Kentucky Jl III Una Oabbard was very sick at tho first of the week W H 1ortar wus in Louisville a tow days of this week Iron SAI B- Ono nlco six room dwelling located In 1anola Madison County on the L A IU IL second lot from church In a nice neighborhood near good school Largo lot fronting Main St Lot II 100 feet front by 300 feet In length Good spring and house Fair barn unitall IICC out An Ideal homo for a pensioner doctor or any one olse Irlco 100 Please write nt ease or come ami see for yourself as thus will sell Fred Cox FOR SALE twoIIKIIOIIII 1C HIcbardeon Borca Ky NOTICE J B Dalton will return to his old andishoeing repair work and nil kinds ofI blacksmlthlng PUBLICfj for sale lying 2VI miles northeast ot Uersa on tko waters of Sliver Creek Contains IM acres be the same morn or less about U acres In timber and theIfenoIGoal comfortable dwelling house and good out buildings Apply to S B Davidson n K D 1 Ksroa Ky FARM FOR RENT Good farm at Braastteld For sale or rent Possession given at once Apply to W D Logsdon IJerea Ky or J P Logsdon Pauola Ky I FOR RUNT 40 acres of ooni mild on Bruiliy f Ktork ot Sliver Creek J W Herndon or J W Dinsmore IWANTDDTo bear from Sydney 0rlftlth or Sydney Olllltead or his I helm tail heard of In Virginia W F Champ Executor of W P Griffiths estate PUBLIC SALliT I will on Saturday Dee 10 lOGS toll Boveral valuablo building late In Paint Lick Ky K to 10 Test front 110 foot deep Sale to begin at one oslook on tie premises Terms lib I oral and mndo known on day of Q A 1111011 PUBLIC SALOn account of ling health I will on Tuesday Dec 29 at my rnnlilcnco at Vallacclon ICy and on Paint Llok and Berea Pike sell to thu highest bidder my tract of land lying on Paint Lick and Wallnceton Pike Vt mile from resi denco containing 22 acres 7 acresI In wheat sowed hi llmotliy test jnI meadow Good building alto Part of land made near 20 barrels of corn this year Good tobacco land 1GO barrels of corn C or 0 tons of hay 100 shocks of fodder 1 pair twos your old mare mules well broko 1 throe year old filly broke 1 aged brood- mareI 17 year old brood mare In foal flno driver perfectly safo and good nnywhoro known as Todd 1 7 year old harness and work horso reliable 1 good milk cow a bunch of hogs 2 buggies 1 now Studobaker wagon 1 mower take wheat drill corn drill with fertilizer attachment binder 1 wagonhnrlluilother farming Implements Household praelrtlltichickens fine stock Tiiuro will bo tlmo given Terms undo known on day of sale Salo to login i romptly at ten oclock Thos M Smith IdiocyAnoUJerburg of two vulgar fool who sentt- srough a mock morrlaRo cTjranny niij are now consternationstricken to find it legally binding It they would spendingthelr JusIIc Naw York Tribune UZPFUse And do not fail to visit our store when in need ofsomething good to cat We curry a complete line ofstaple and fancy groceries fruits and vegetables THE CLEAN STORE M 1R IpvatbeuSu- cccoaor to GolDcn Grocers Company ipfoone 184 flDnin Street opposite Gtt3ct orncc inasosososososososotosososue o 0 I College Items i o 0 o HERE AND THERE 0 0 000000l0e000000000300000000hill Monday noon to spend a week or ten days The Monday lecturo In tho Upper Chapel was given by Miss Robinson and In tho Lower Chapel by James Combs Friends of plea Douglass are re gretting that she will be unable to resume her work hero this winter Her health has failed to Improve rapidly enough to that It will bo solo for her to undertake her usual duties 1res Frost returned Wcdneiday after a couple of weeks In Louisville Supt Bdwardo Is Improving rapidly In health and 1 = now expecting to be able to bo book at his place when tho winter term opens Prof Faulkner has returned to town after a week spcnH In and around Ilarbourvlllo Prof Cftlfce has also returned after a week In lectures In the Bducatlonal Mioimlgn Tho lectures woro most successful till Manchester was reached where tho election excitement prevent td the meeting The Athletic Association mot Tuesday night and elected Marshall Vaughn manager of tho football team next fall and Charles Flanery man seer of the baseball team next spring William Swope has been reelected football captain for next year The association voted to ask tho faulty for a change In the athletic resjMVtttons for next year U wishes to abtiBdon tho baseball schedule hay lag JnstsiMl the eight Intercollegiate eofltests as following Seven football games IN the fall and a track meet In the spring Tho reason for this Is the reorganization of the Kentucky InuraoIIegtato League to Include two new schools making seven In all with a rule that oath member must play each of the other members well year In addition as it would not to worth cblls to get up a baseball team tor a single game It Is hoped to arrange an annual game with Miami HOWARD HALL FIRE sorlos10fa blaze was discovered Howard Hall Fortunately little damage was done The fire ocoma to have started from the hotter In the bath room and got under tho floor There it smoldered Iin the sawdust and was not found till tho whole building had been to filled with Bjuoko that It awakened tome of tho boys An alarm was rung Iin and help was soon at hand Smoke made It hard for tho boys to get out but ladders ware soon put up at each end and tho danger was over Several boys smashed up some of their tilings In throwing them out of the windows thelup that ho went back lo bed Tho smoulder was put out In a short time stud nil went back to bod There vras another little blaze a couple of days later from an overturn cd lamp Next BEREA AHEAD AS USUAL Boroa la the leading town In the state In helping out the lied Cross I Tuberculosis Fund by the purchase of Christmas stamps This was the first town In tho state to send for a sup ply of these stamps and also the first to send for a second lot Koreas ro cord In charitable things Is still tho bOlt CAPT HUDSONS WRECK Baton papers bring the story of tho torrrlklo suffering and heroism early In November of Copt and Mrs Herbert Hudson brother and sister inlaw of the Hov Howard Hudson of hares Herbert Hudson was the captain of the schooner Henry Clausen Jr which was wrecked In the West Indies early In November The vessel had hard luck nlmiwt from the first In her trip and was i struck by storm after storm and to i Injured that she became unmanageable Finally she sprung a leak I tho storm on Nov 5 carried away Ute watts so that she could not beI Kent had o tho SBOB and tho groat waves begin washing over bor For a while time steam pump was kept going and the water kept out ot her so that she did not sink much but Anally the cabin was washed overboard and tho pump Mopped Then puml1llIto keep frost bdiac washed overboard land drowned tbo cAbin washed over ho- I door to Mrs Hudsons room was drlv I en In by the big waves and her bus limd rescued hor when the water there WM waist deep Sho had en only a klraona and so soaked to the skin she acd the mon of tho crow spent a night In the awful storm with oat light almost without food and almost without hope In the morning however a steamer rescued thorn and took them safo to land Mrs Hudson showed the greatest bravery thru her i terrible experience One harrowing feature of tho trip was the death of I a sailor who was burled at sea in a I storm Good campaign stories are beginn ing to come out and one fells of how the Republican National Committee I turned the tables on a humorous Southern gentleman A letter had been sent him asking for a contrl j button toward the fund on Use groun I that Tafts election would be good business The gentleman sent lor n funny letter and i federate bill But the ltopubllCRnsI sold tho old bill and the letter for a curiosity to some follqw In New York and got 50 In real money It vaa sure a good joke Out sf His Reach At last exulted the oxbleyllst as I ho soared aloft In his aeroplane Ive found a public highway now whore there Is no sprinkling cart domon to como along and turn It Into a sea of mud I Bible In Native Dialect A missionary dcaconoss In Liberia has edited In native dialect a book containing tho ton commandments the apostles creed tho doxology and a number of the best known hymns The book is not only the first published In till dialect but mho first successful attctiipt to make it a written language WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF THE FOLLOWING LINE OF GOODS Ladies and Childrens HATS COATS SKIRTS Queen Quality and R J R Shoes Underwear Hosiery Corsets Dress Goods and Trimmings Everything in Ladies and Childrens Wearing Apparel MRS S R BAKER Phone 123 Richmbnd Street r Berea Kentucky I eeawMtlaetet 1qa I 1tJ w 7eigdrl = I ABOUT ADVERTISING NO GA0JcIf It Fits You Wear This Cap By Herbert Kaufman Advertising isnt a crucible with which lazy bigoted and incapable merchants can turn incornpetency into success but one into which brains and tenacity and courage can be pouredand changed into dollars It is only a short cut across the fields not a moving platform You cantUget there without gOIng somtl r Its a game in which the workernot the shirker gets rich By its measurement every man stands for what he is and for what he does not forwlVat he was and what he did Every day in the advertising world isanother- day and hasto be taken careof with the same energy as its yesterday I pluggcfhas i Advertising doesnt take the place of busi ness talent or business management It simply t managedThe 1 content to live on what was handed to himticant standup against the man who must build for himself 1 trtoWhy should as many people come to yourtstore as patronize a shop that makes an endeavor to get their trade and shows them that it isIworth while to come to Its doors 4 Why should newspaper send as many cus tomers to you in half the time it took to fUlan establishment which advertised twice as longs i and paid tWIce as much for Its publicity A r This is the day when the best man winsxxt after he proves that he is the best man y the best store wins when it has shown that it is the best storewhen the best goods win after theyve been demonstrated to be the best goods If you want the plum you cant get it by lying waitingforto climb out on the limb and risk their necks in their eagerness to get it away from you It is a mans gamethis advertisingjustlhanging on and tugging and strainingall the time to get and keep It IS ex pression of the law competition which sits in blindfolded justice over the markets of the world 1 Copyright 1908 by Tribune Company Chicago v 4 We Bu- yFURS slides and Wool Feather Tallow Beetwu Ctiuenc Golden SeaUYcDowRoot May Apple Wild Ginger etc Wae dcalern nulCiSnl io 18Sc Oref half acecluiria Loiihta agcou or manimea nxrchinti Rcfmocr airy Bnl in Ltuinib Writ tat wrtUy price lUt end lUppiuf Usi M Sabel Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY J r 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE F TRADE MARKSI Anyone tending a tkelrh end OeicrlPttnn 11 froo weather ao- Inrentlnnlprobablypatedah tJcairnunlcn on l tenu patens1atentaeyeear nuke without charge W 1t ScfentiHc jnneiican AhandomelUintratedwektr TaraeetMr of anyetentlao Term 13 a tiewadmleraSUNN M Union 1rrratter ono CM LockPoultryFencoItar mall for all The Citizen ft fatally newspaper for ill that li rlfM true and Intrtlnl r blUhtd CTtry ThutxliT Bereaty BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated Unity Frost Editor and hUnaft Subscription Raton rXYABLK IN ADVAtlCH Ors Year h i- tix Months M Three Monlhi M stud money b rolloffice or KiprcM Moat Order Draft UefUiered Letter or oae e d lw eattmpsTheenn Terr same se libel ibowi t- Yhat date yourntbcrlptloo 10 paid lilt la so- tAnaed withU thrte to situ rtewl- salty ui- Mlxlic amber will to jUdlj lupptlrd It N Ire Bollfied Fins pmalarai cheap with new itsbscrlptloni and prompt rentwtU Band for rremlum Lit Liberal arms given to any who obtalwe- bcdptloa for ui Any one lending ui four rly iub cr ptloBi c n teclen Ire foe hfmxlf for OK yeir- AdTcrtliln rat on ippllcitlon iriM or KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION p It Is proposed to build a medical col lege at Lucknow as a memorial of the Tlslt of the prince of Wales In 1905 at a cost of 1250000 1One point In favor of the dlrectolre grown Is the tact that It could not possibly bo as bad as some of the Imag inative artists picture It Sweden Is sending to the United States for some of her sons who have forsaken her and have made a success of careers In this country In order to keep up the supply of billiard balls several hundred elephants have to be killed every year DUllards Is an expensive game Japans new prime minister says his one aim will be to preserve the worlds peace but thus far ho has not ordered the Japanese navy to sink Itself Mr and Mrs John D Rockefeller Jr have a second son The outlook for that youngster Is Lrlghter than It Is for the second son of the king of Spain The Pan American Idea continues to find favor The president has ape pointed nine delegates to the Pan American scientific congress to be held In Santiago Chile In December A Wilkesbarre Judge has an nounced that debts for sheath gowns are uncollectable In his court It Is a poor stylo that cannot chronicle its own peculiar foolishness at the startoff Wu Ting Fang has eight ancient rules which assuro a person that he can live for 200 years The rules must be the limit of unbearableness or somebody would havo tested them by this time A coeducational college In Ohio Is reported to have been responsible for 10000 weddings during Its career of 50 Years This looks as if the coeduca tlonal system Is not as bad as some persons say It Is Tests of reinforced concrete barges t and pontoons have been conducted by the Italian government since 1897 and tho results have been so gratifying that several more of the strange con tractions have been ordered The English papers have combined to boycott the word suffragette They discovered that 1U use was no assure ance that a circulation solicitor wouldnt get a panful of dishwater where he had been counting on a kindly welcome John Ruskin proposed oldage pen sions more than 50 years ago In his lectures at Manchester In 1857 on The Political Economy of Art he pleaded for pensions to soldiers of the plowshare as well as soldiers of the sword A Chicago professor predicts that English will be among tho dead Ian guages In tho year 4000 However when 4t is considered that the Ian guage has been pretty well used and abused without showing the wear most persons are sanguine enough to hope that It will live a little longer Who denies that the world Is grow tag better asks the Omaha Bee A r man has keen sentenced to seven years In prison at Goldfield Nov for selling fake mining stock Life is so los to low some of Its attractiveness fa Oho west If it Is made a crime to fleece a tenderfoot by the mining e stock game One want begets bother The r harvest is uncommonly big this year and the demand for agricultural Implo menU is on a corresponding scale In some quarters the announcement is that all records have been broken Such activity means busy times and iota of work in the manufactories of mowers and reapers and other upto fifi date machinery for farmers h Vodka bottles la UunU carry the imperial eagle on tho labels the vodka trade Is a government mo nopolybut a commission of the Duma appointed to consider the drink evil has lately recommended that tbo eagle be removed from the label and a skull and croll bones be put In its place with appropriate warnings against the use of the poison 1 Railway Problems on Hy GEORGE A POST Prelilcnl Railway mils Asiorlailon rTl I HE railroad problems of the future are radically different from those of the past Xot the of the wilderness j not the of the cast and west but the of a vastly system which shall concentrate every device of modern science to the increase of celerity in movement of traffic We must have more tracks j freight tracks of passenger tracks devices of at junction points mechanism at terminals and more and better It is upon these great of that the American people and their should concentrate their attention the problems born of pique or which have made recent railroad discussion at once tragic The crying need of the hour is that officials and the public in railroad shall show not their power but their wisdom It is for railroads ns Americas most potent moans to national prosperity and growth that I am on advocate railroads with Herculean financial strength to cope with the problems of the future Our mission is to clarify the so that the people will look upon railroads as tre mendous agencies of civilization which have n record of glorious achieve ment with their mental vision undimmed by too much of mere human error in their Railroads must of course be operated by men men with and genius intermixed with human frailties But men come and they pass adding their mental mite to the great work while railroads must go on forever growing greater and greater and doing greater things as years go by If Americans are wise to their own selfish interests they will foster they will guard them with the jealous care of and see that no harm shall como to them Prolong AllottedSpan By Dr Carl A 11 Anderson Young America Dainty Future Prosperityj Sane Solution conquering connecting development improved independent acceleration timesaving equipment problems transportation representatives dismissing phantom prejudice andridiculous government generally considering problems atmosphere contemplation administration knowledge patriotism Your Whatever with life die has so far in human experience been an im mutablo law We old and pass leaving room for others and they taking the places we once occupied No more need there be Mid of that but human life be made to a longer space between the cradle and tho grave The answer is Yes From what we know of the earliest statis tics at the time of Button ICO years ago the average of the duration of life were as follows At 20 years of age 33 years and five mouths nt 30 28 at 40 22 years and one month at 50 16 and seven months j at 00 11 years and one month Xow it is at 20 years of age 41 years and seven months at 30 34 ears and six months at 40 27 years and four months at 50 20 years and two months at 60 13 years and nine months Front this it will be seen that At least in the United States we arc doing well for this good showing are mainly better care of children formerly better sanitation better understanding of the destructive germs and bettor taro bestowed on the sick by physicians and nurses Little or nothing has so far been done for combating ailments peculiar to old age not diseases properly so called but a a senile change which to a considerable degree it capable of shortening human life It is a wellknown fact that the atrophy of the nerve endings and the hardening of the walls of the blood vesselsarteries veins and capil laries caused to not a small extent by calcareous infiltration and other senile changes are the greatest factors in shortening life in old age Thosa senile changes commence destnictivo work at about tho ago of 50 conic earlier some Tho deposit of limesalt in the walk of the blood vessels is often associated with atrophy and fatty increasing the rigidity interfering to not a small extent with tho proper function of vesselsWe at our command some very simple moans by which to com bat these senile changes that life may be prolonged in persons of 50 or so 5 to 20 years namely Massage proscribed movements exorcise and proper feeding Massage should be had ovary or every other day but not less than every fourth day and this can be selfadministered a little practice Too By PROP FRITZ KOCH M tit kwullnt Sdnl hSmlni born must grow away can span probabilities years years The causes than degeneration their later degeneration from day with Not least among tho detriments to a natural development of children is fashion n forced culture of vanity and extrava gance Not only do the parents but also the teachers set the example To follow slavishly all the extravagances of fashion appears to be a far stronger tendency than the desire to be refined and simple It is so utterly common to be fashionable nowadays that I should think teachers at least would refuse to imitate the great mass of human ity unless tho fashion happens to be adapt able to the particular personality of the wearer For the benefit of the children I would recommend that aUsel crippled exponents of vanity be banished from the school room Dressing fashionably dressing elaborately is often so strongly impressed even upon the youngest children that it prevents them from concerning themselves about things of much greater value to them Cleanliness is a virtue not demanded from the factory hand while at work but children while at play ore constantly reprimanded because of their dirty hands spots on their clothes etc So frequently are they called away from their real life because of this and so dressed up arc many of them because the father can afford it and the mother tikes it that natural intense wild play is gradually replaced by occupations of lesser value or by systematic games liko tennis basketball and baseball Spontaneous action and natural growth take place when children are left unincumbered by critical adult supervision during their free play hours They are naturally digger of the dirt waddlers inpuddles climbers of trees and fences and balustrades Real boys and girls arc rovers in field and foist in alleys and dangerous places Jcal boys and girls are fascinated by the most grewsomo ghost stories and they listen to the most impossible fairy tales with breathless attention and keenly enjoy the inner battle between fear and courage t t RUIN OF FOREST RESERVES BY FUMES FROM SMELTERS MUS BE STOPPED President Decides To Begin a Lena Suit Against Owners of the Ana conda Properties Washington Doe 7 Proslden + Roosevelt has decided that the rich of the government to protect Its owi property gives him sulllclent authority to proceed against tho Anaconda prop ortles or tho smelting trust and inon much as thousands of acres of forest reserves are alleged to be In danger of destruction from tho polsonoui fumes of tho smelters ho has the proper ofllclitlA actively at work on plans to end tho nuisance Tho attorney general had advised that a bill In equity bo med In the United States courts In Montana U this end The president after con sultatlon with department officials In eluding Solicitor General Hoyt agreed that tho plan of a bill In equity win tho best which had been presented but ho was anxious that thoru ahouli bo a certainty of results If tho bill wore med and tho suits begun lie therefore gave Instructions that ni agent of the department of Justlo should proceed to tho mines nnd make a thorough report as to tho actual damage done and whether it was likely to Increase This step of tho president had the effect of Increasing tho alarm of the trust people who oxpoctdl to dispose of the whole matter at tho conference with the president Saturday Department olllclals who talked on the subject Sunday said that tho coat was a very plain one and that no court could fall to sustain a bill In equity The authority under which the president acts said ono of the om dale Sunday comes through the do partmont of justice It has always been recognized that the government has aright to protect Its own property Till way that Is dono is to introduce at In this curse a bill In equity and whore damage to property Is shown to exist an Immediate injunction will bo Issued We expect to stop the destruction ol FuveriiHient property by Injunction owe of the simplest processes known to the department It Is obvious too that If thE government should Issue an Injunction It will be to the advan age of all concerned private Interests and Ml Mine owners and smellers art afraid that an Injunction will either cause expensive changes In their In duatry which would tin ut Into UK millions and a tight Is expected me ability of the trust to gilt the govern agent le only measured by Its money which Is practically unlimited If the molten aro actually closed UowJ from 12000 to 16000 men will bi thrown out of work- STEAMER D M CLEMSEN With Entire Crew of 14 Hands Reported Lost Duluth Minn Doe 7Loe of the steamer D M Clemsen with her on tire crew of 14 hands to reported She was last heard of at Sauk Ste Marie Mich a week ago whon she entered Lake Superior Vessels downward bound oarly last week reported sighting floating debris of a wrecked steamer A pilot house said to be of wood was seen by the crews of several steamers who made report of tho same at tho Soo Canal office Tho steamer D M Clemson is ol steel construction 17000 tons ourdon and was making her last trip of the season with a cargo of coal for Duluth She is owned by the A D Wolvln ciao of Duluth S IL Chamberlain of this city Is her captain Ho hears a repu talon of being a careful navigator Tho Wohln ofUdals after being un successful In locating tho steamer by telegraph started out a vessel Sunday to search for her At Capt Chamberlains home the idea of the vessels loss with all nand in scoffed at nnd his family express every confidence of his ability to bring the boat and crew safely to port Four Skaters Drowned Janeavlllo VVls Dee 7Earl Coop er Harvey Richardson Violet nilveni and Fannie Ullvens broke through the Ico Sunday while skating on Lake Koshkonong and all were drowned Mabel Drown who was one of the skating party was rescued but It li feared that she will dlo of exposure In the Icy water Schoolgirl Diet Under Train Wheels Ilttsburg Pa Dec 7When trying to save life of her llttlo school mate and paJa visitor at her fathers birthday party Alberta Deere aged 11 years of East Pittsburg was ground to bits by a Pennsylvania railroad train In front of her homo Sunday aft ernoon Elsie Dyers the child whose lIfo she saved for tho time Is dying at the Allegheny general hospital One Hunderd Thousand Dollar Blaze Kingston Ont Dec 7Flro Sunday destroyed tho building occu pied by tine Wormwlth Ilnno Co and W a Craig Co wholesale Grocers The loss is 100000 Insurance partial Planter Shot and Killed By Negro Natchez Miss Dec 7James Mc Cormick a planter of Concordia par Ish Ln was called to his door by twc negroes and assassinated ono of their ohootlng him with a gun loaded will buckshot ROUND ABOUT THE STATE What Is Colnd on In Different d Sections of Kentucky DEAL ON FOR COAL LANDS Covering Two Hundred Square Miles and Worth 25000000 Frankfort Ky Within tho next thirty day It Is probablo that the argest land deal over put through In Kentucky will bo consummated and it vast tract of land containing 131 000 acres in Pike county between tho waters of the Tug river and Louisa fork of the lug Sandy rlvor will pass from Smith CorUy Co to Harry A Locho Co bankers and brokers of Philadelphia This tract Is the homo of tho noted feudists tho Halflelds and contains several small cRles It la ono of tho richest spots on the face of the earth In timber and of deal aI1recelvodmake a map and copy of survey Tho survey contains about 2500 calls which Indicates tbo also of tho traot Tho plat has been made by T S Orr and Fant Johnson who have charge of the land office Tho patent was made to Smith Corloy In September 1871 It Is estimated that the lauds worth 116000000 OHIO SYSTEM Of State BYIKentucky II Thatcher Is studying tho systems of accounting In Ohio New York till j nols Arizona Wyoming and Oklaho i ma with a view of recommending to Coy Wlllson a new system of account ing for Kentucky In the meantime he has suggested to the governor that i I state cbockIone that will not only cover the stole oounltrditors office during the term of Au I ditor linger and the time that Judge Uooo was a clerk In tho olllcc t Will Request Lower Assessment Frankfort KyIEfforts are being made by the dMIllers of tfcta state to qet the Stato Hoard of Valuation sad ANImentthe old uwpiment of IS A barrel Arguments will be heard by the bound from the whisky men during the week Secretary of State limner saW that It may be several weeks before the matter la acted on flnaly 1200 Paid For Dog TaxesiFrankfort Ky Sheriff W D camp bell of Ilullltt county paid to Auditor James 1100 for dogs assessed In Dui lilt county establishing a record tnr i collecting dog tax Ilullltt county Is the homo of the dog tax law The fleet sheriff to pay In full WM J A Dun can of Robertson eounty who re calved his quietus for 4905 A 11 Durbin sheriff of Kellll county re calved his quietus for CS64 Judge Humphreys Argues CaseI Frankfort KyTho full court with the exception of Judge Settle who re tired from tho case because of bong an Interested party heard Judge Hum I phrey nrguo for the Northern Presby terian church in the case Involving tho union between that church and tho Cumberland Presbyterian church Will Hear the Contests Louisville KyA S Dennett chairman has called tho republican state central committee Jo moot next Fri day at 10 I m at the OaR House for the purpose of hearing tho protests concerning the personnel of Campbell and Kenton county committees Sentence CommutedIFrankfort Ky muted to life Imprisonment the death I of Robert Hockersentence a negro convicted at Lexington for the mur I der of Newton D Veal n former The history of tho killing was review ed beforo extending clemency Robbed By Footpads Frankfort KyJames Flynn 65 n farmer was assaulted and robber by mashed bandits at Ftzgoralds Bend on tho liwrcncoburg pike The highwaymen took 47 belonging to Flynw after they bad beaten him with clu salmon into Insensibility Big Price For Racer Lexington Ky Announcement was made of tho sale of Robert C the speedy twoycaroM son of Peter Great and Cocoon ytho theI Wilkes stock farm to 0 C Moore St ClaIr Mich for 12000 I County Judge Frankfort Ky AppointedI pointed A O Sloane of Clinton county Ho also appointed Hugh D Jones of Central City asslur ant nine Inspector Many applications were In for the latter position State Militia Removed Hlekniun lylho soldiers who have been stationed hero for tho pauL two months under Ilcut Ualloy wore called In and have returned to lion klnsvlllo Ky where they were lor mcrly stationed GRAIN MEN t Up In Arms Against the Milling In Transit Ruling Louisville KyDiscussion of means of procedure against enforcement ot the recent ruling of tho Interstate com merco commission providing against the substitution of lonnnso of grain under the milling In transit clause was made whon grain men gathered from all the principal cities of the Ohio and Mississippi valleys lu a con forrnct that lasted several hours Declaring that gross Injury had been done tho grain shipping interest through enforcement ot tho ruling grain men are up In arms and haveEsummoned railroad olllclals to In the fight that will be made While nothing definite will be tinted by tho oillcor s concerning their plans It was stated that the work so far ac complished was a mopping of a vigorous campaign against the ruling COMPANIES Will Have to Pay For Watchman Negligence Frankfort Ky Hecanse the watch TwNfthi toIwhen a train approached tie U = N UallrMKl Co wlH have to try Philip Roth 1000 and the Cevtngion I Cln dnnll Klovated Railroad and Trans far anil Ilrldco Co will nave to pay Mr Roth 110 damagm for Injuring him nail 1000 oxownUiry damages Altogether the negligence of the watchman will cost the eoinfMnlM 1000 for the court of appeals anirm ed tho judgment of the Kenton oircnlt court In the ease of the U k N Rail road Co against Roth MaUlitag the verdict Riving him this amount ot damages TMan Hunters Scour Hills Lexington KrA sheriffs posse Is searching the mountains of Laurel county for WttlUni Tyree and Robert Unrnwi charged with killing William llarncM and Mm Kwrna Taylor as a- result ef a family feed The feud km- i been under way 40 years anti many people have been sliln en both skIM In the Mst 10 years however the Heroes and Taylor farsUtes have left oft killing each other waft title latest outbrktlNo Change In Tax Rate Lontarltle KJTIHI city udmtetaira than estimates that In IBM It will re lkttMtajJIon tho 1M valuation The autobercr applicants will likely exceed 708 U K Hughes a local reprearataitve ot foreign breweries Will arrested oa the charge ef having IOkI malt kfom I without first itaflng tho government tax Chillis Heroic Deed Frankfort KyDaring the abaeace ot Patrick Murphy and his wife from their home In Thorn IIIL hi wMcb thou two children aged 4 and ware left playing the house caught flee Katie tho Oldest saved the life si liar little slater by rushing back Into the house and dragging the chill put of the dory furnace IShtlby Medallion Returned Frankfort KyGov Wlllson re ceived a letter from Bdward 6 x lBh private secretary to former GoV Deck ham In which LolRh says that tho photographer who took the lost Shelby medallion for the purpose of making a photograph of It returned It to tho de jmrtmcnt It is now learned that the medallion was bronze and not gold Governors Conference Ky Although there IB a IFrankfort bolwcen St Louis for tho next meeting of tho governors conference It Is more than probable that the conference will bo hold In Washington Gov cornIof meeting Woman To Defend Hargls Lexington llt was announced hero that both sides will announce ready when tho trial of Roach Hargli for murdering his father Judgn James I Margin of Uroathltt county Is called at Irvine Estill county December 5 t A woman will defend tho Hu Quit D murdertrfFrankfort KyA i hero by State Insurjinc nell from Jos McCloskoy president of the Metropolitan Surety Co of New York stated that tho company had quit business In this stato Twenty Dismissals Forecasted Covlngton Ky Nearly a score of tho members ot tho Covington vollro and fire departments will lose their places Rumors have been current tar the past two weeks that about HO could bo droppedfMagistrate a Lunatic lieattyvlllo KyJohn N SmithImagistrate of Proctor precinct this county w a adjudged a lunatic rent to the asylum at Lexington antiIWilliams Loo countys oldest tiled aged 04 yours t t PRESIDENTTO Message Read to Both Houses of National Assembly LEGISLATION CALLED FOR Financial Standing of the Nation Do clared Excellent Control of Cor porations the President Thinks Should Be Left to the National Government Labor Leader Come In for Criticism Respect for Law e Vital to the WcllBelng of Country Washington Tho message of Presi dent Hooscvrll was rend In both houses of congress Tuesday In sub Mapco tho document was na follows ncprullnUllv nation at the present time Is excellent and the financial management of the na durIne most alfaclory results Hut our cur e7 system U Imported and it Is ear neatly to be hoped tbut the currency neramlMton will be able to propose a Ihorawcflly good system which will do away wtth the existing defer to8eptenIn the amount ef monay In circulation of eapUdut1netime there were several occasions when It was neeeary for the treasury de partment te coma to the relief of the redemplone ing deposit In nation banks by stim ulating addtttenal liwue of national banknote and by facilitating Importations Tram abroad of geld Our Imperfect our runty system has mad these proceedings necasaary and they were effective until tM HMfratury disturbance In the fall of lib immensely Increased the difficulty of ordinary meUia4 of rUf fly the mid worklnlbCINnehMt try had lam oat1c 1 ta resort to tins expedient of ItIwIIIC ctaaring bottsa ear tlAcalat to tsj used as mooay In this amergency It was d trmlBad to Invite MtMCftpUam far poee0N0 Panama canal Maui and IMAttafei three rr sent oarUOralM of IndaktMlnasa authartsad by proposedtopraaaea ef theta teaua and to penult their use as a basts for additional circu lating nets of national banks The literal affect af Pile procedure was so onlytsNLfN4MM4 af the rerUAMlM at ImUMediM- sDurtmrI Ute ported from July 1 wn to fivptember Jft JM8 the balance between the net ordinary receipt and the pet ordinary espeaaes of the government chewed a surplus In the teatt years IMC Mm WVI am WH awl A denell In the partfwas a surplus of IMlttIUil The finan del operation of the government during tills ported based upon these differences between receipts and expenditures re mitted In a net reduction of the Interest hearing debt of the United States from iOTlllWO to t37JN990 notwithstanding that there had been two sales of Panama canal bonds amounting In the aggregate to J04S31JM and an Issue of three per cent certificates of Indebtedness under the act of June IX ties amounting to J1SWWOO Refunding operations of the treasury department under the act of March li 1900 resulted In the conver lion Into two per tent consols of 1930 of t3OaC0I09 bonds bearing higher rates of interest A decrease of tSC87K4 In the annual Interest charge resulted from these operations I In short during the seven years and three months there has been a net sur plus of nearly on hundred millions of receipts over expenditures a reduction of tho Interestbearing debt by ninety millions In spite of the extraordinary ex pense of the Panama canal and a saving of nearly nine millions on the annual Interest charge Control of Corporations As regards the great corporations engaged In Interstate business and nape dally the lallroods I can only repeat what I have already again and again said In my messages to the congress I be lieve that under the Interstate clause of the constitution the United States has complete and paramount right to control all agencies of Interstate commerce and I believe that the national government alone can exercise this right with wisdom and effectiveness so as both to secure justice from and to do justice to the great corporation which are the most Important fedora In modern bUll ness I believe that It Is worse than folly lo Mtrnipt to prohibit all com lnallor ns Is dono by the Sherman antitrust law because such a law can be enforced only Imperfectly and unequally and Its enforcement works al most as much hardship as good I strongly advocate that Instead of an un wise effort to prohibit nil combinations there shall be substituted a law which shall expressly permit combinations which are In the lntrr bt of the public but shall at hlomo time give to aome agency In government full rower of control and supervision over thisIlies a right to know and furthermore the power not by judicial but by execu tive action to prevent or put a stop to f every form of Improper favoritism or other wrongdoing The railways of the country should be put completely under the Interstate commerce commission and removed from the domain of the antitrust law Tho power of the commission should be made thoroughgoing so that It could exercise complete supervision and control over the Issue of securities as welt as over the raising and lowering of rates As regards rates at least this power should be summary Rates must be monde propI road from the highest to tho lowest and proper returns to the shareholders L but they mutt not for Instance be ro r ducud In such fathlon as to necessitate a cut In the wages of the employes or the abolition of tha proper and legitimate I profits of honest shareholders Telegraph and telephone companies en I gaged In Interstate business should ba I Interyvery our people through their preentatlve should act In this matter It U to the Interest of all of us that there should be a put upon In I dlvldutl UlUlMXt fI Jt4Idua1 ra jL r parity and nn ample reward for tho great directing Intelligences alone com petent to manage the great business op erations of today It Is well to keep In mind that exactly as the anarchist Is the wornt enemy of liberty and the reaction ary the worst enemy of order eo the propertyhenof great wealth and the men who are championing popular rights have most to fear from the demagogues who In the name of popular rights would do wrong to and oppress honest business men honest men of wealth for the success of either type of wrongdoer necessarily In vibes a violent reaction against the cause the wrongdoer nominally upholds Need of Centralization The proposal to make the na tional government supreme over and therefore to give It complete control over the railroads and other Instruments of Interstate commerce II merely a propo al to carry out to the letter one of the prime purposes If not the prime purpose for which tho constitution was founded It docs not represent centralization It represents merely the acknowledgment of the patent fact that centralization has already come lr business It this Irre sponsible outside business power Is to be controlled In the Interest of the general public It can only be controlled In one way by Hiving adequate power of con trol to the one sovereignty capable of ex ercising such power the national govern ment To abandon the effort for nations control means to abandon the effort for all adequate control and yet to render like ly continual bursts of action by state leg islatures which cannot achieve the pur pose sought for but which can do a great deal of damage to the corporation without conferring any real honest on the public There should be regulation by the na tional government of the great Interstate corporations Including a simple method of account keeping publicity supervision of the Issue of securities abolition of relate and of special privileges There should be sbortUrnn franchises for all corporations engaged In public business Including the corporation which get power from wither rllthts There should IMI national as well as state guardianship of mines and forests The labor leglala tion hereinafter referred to should concurrently be enacted Into law To accomplish this means a certain In crease In the use ornot the creation of power by the central government The power already exists It does not have to be created the only question Is whether It hill be used or left Idle antI meanwhile the corporations over which the power ought to exercised will not remain Idle The danger to Amer- Ican democracy lies not In the least In the concentration of administrative power In responsible and accountable hands It UM In having the power Insufficiently eonc Qtratad so that no one can be held r wfxH 1IIe to time paepla for Its use Concentrated power Is palpable lelblt responsible easily reached quickly held to account Democracy Is In peril poitticel a variety of men who work In socret whoso very names are un known to the common people It U not In peril tram any man who derive au thority from the people who exercises It In sight of the people and who Is from time to time compelled to give an account of Its exercise to the people Legislation for Wageworker There are many matters affecting labor and the Mains of the wageworker to which I should Hlee to draw your atten lien dot an exhaustive dtocuaton at the problem In all Its aspects Is net new nee weary I believe In a steady ef fort ar perhaps It would be more accurate to say In steady efforts In many different directions to bring about a condition of affairs under which the men who work with hand or with brain th laborers the superintendents the men who produce the market and the men wio nnd a market for time articles produced shall own a far greater share than at present of the wealth they pro dun and ba enabled to Invest It In the tools and Instruments by which all work Is carried on As far as possible I lope to see a frank recognition of the advantages conferred by machinery organisa acwrnpanledbIn the ownership by wageworker ot railway mill and factory Postal Savng banks will make It easy for the poorest to keep their caving ts absolute safety The regulation of the national highways must be such that they shall servo all people with equal justice Corporate finances must be supervised so as to make It far safer than at present for the man of small means to Invest his money In stocks There must be prohibition of child la bor mlnutlon of women labor short ening of hour ut all mechanical labor stock watering should be prohibited poaal14mia progressive Inheritance tax on large fortunes Industrial education should be encouraged As far as possible we should lighten the burden of taxation on the small man We should put a premium upon thrift hard work and business energy but these qualities cease to be the main factors In accu mulating a fortune long before that fortune reaches a point where It would be torlously affected by any Inherl tance tax such all I propose It Is emi nently right that tho nation should fix the terms upon which the great for tunes are Inherited They rarely do good and they often do harm to those who Inherit them In thrlr entirety palterlog the wageworkcr who under our pres ent Industrial system becomo killed crippled or worn out as part of the regular Incident of n given business As far ns concerns those who have been worn out I call your attention to the fact that definite steps toward providing oldage pen lions have been taken In many of our private Industries These may bo In definitely extended through voluntary association and contributory schemes or through the agency of savings banks as under tho Massachusetts plan Urgent Njed cf Reform Our present nytlcm or rather no ays tern works dreadful wrong and Is ot benefit to only one class of reoplo tho lawyers When n workman Is Injured what he needs Is not an expensive and doubtful lawsuit but the certainty ot relief through Immediate administra live action No rtcJiteiiilc theory about freedom of contract or consti tutional liberty to contract should be permitted to Interfere with this and similar movements Pending a thoroughgoing Investigation and action there Is certain legla lation which should be cmicted at onco The law passed at the list session of the congress granting compensation to certain classes of employes of tha gay ernment should be extended to Include all employes of tho government and should be made more liberal in Its terms There Is no good ground for the distinction iiiade In the law be tween those engaged In hazardous oc cupations and those not so en gaged Time terms of the act pro viding compensation shiuld be made more liberal than In the present act A years compensation Is not ade quato for a wageearners family In the event of his death fay accident In the course of his employment And In the event ot death occurring say ten or eleven months after tho accident the family would only receive as compen allen Uta aaulvalant al ana or two months earnings In this respect the generosity of the United States towards unfAvorablY rope even tho poorest I renew my recommendation made In a previous message that halfholiday be granted during summer to all wage workers In government employ I also renew my recommendation that the principle of the eighthour day should as rapidly and as far na practi cable be extended to the ontlro work being carried on by the government the present law should be amended to embrace contract on those publlo works which tho present wording of tho act seems to exclude Would Double Salaries of Judges I most earnestly urge upon the con nrens tho duty of Increasing the totally Inadequate salaries now gIven to our judges On the whole there ii no body of public servants who do as valuable work nor whose moneyed reward Is so Inadequate compared to their work Beginning with the supreme court the judges should have their salaries dou bled It Is not befitting the dignity of the nation that Its most honored publlo servants should be paid sums so small compared to what they would earn In private life that the performance of publlo service by them Implies an ex ceedingly heavy pecuniary sacrifice It Is earnestly to be desired that some method should be devised for doing away with thc lpng delays which now obtain In the administration of Justice and which operate with peculiar sever ity against persons of small mean and favor only the very criminals whom It Is most desirable to punish These long delays In the final decisions of oases make In the aggregate a crying evil and a remedy slioma be devised Much of this Intolerable delay Is due to Improper regard paid to technicalities which are a mere hlnderance to justice In some noted recent cases this overregard for technicalities has resulted In a striking denial of justice and flagrant wrong to the body politic Labor Leaders Criticised At the last election certain leaders of organized tabor made a violent and sweeping attack upon the entire Judi ciary of the country an attack couched In such terms as to Include the most upright honest and broadminded Judges no lees than those of narrower mind and more restricted outlook I ast year before the house com mittee on judiciary these same labor leaders formulated their de mands specifying the bill that contained them refusing all compro raise elating they wished tho principle of that bill or nothing They Insisted on a provision that In a labor dispute no Injunction should Issue except to protect a property right and specifical ly provided that the right to carry on business should not be construed as a property right and In a second provis ion their bill made legal In a labor dis pute any act or agreement by or be tween Iwo or more persona that would not have been unlawful If done by a single person in other words this bill leiralliad blacklisting and boycotting In every form legalizing for Instance those forma of the secondary boycott which the anthracite coal strike com mission so unreservedly condemned while the right to carry on a business was explicitly taken out from under that protection whloh the law throws over property The demand was made that there should be trial by jury In contempt cases thereby most seriously Impairing the authority of the courts All this represented a course of policy which It carried out would mean tho enthronement of class privilege In Ita sole t and most brutal form and the destruction of one of the toast essen tial functions of the judllcary In all clv HUed lands The violence of the crusade for this legislation and its complete failure Illustrate two truths which It Is essen tial our people should learn In the first place they ought to teach the workingman tho laborer tho wage worker that by demanding what Is Im proper and Impossible he plays Into the hands of his foes Such a crude and vlolous attack upon the courts even If It were successful would Inevitably In the end cause a violent reaction and would band the great mass of citizens together forcing them to stand by nil the judges competent and Incompetent alike rather than to see the wheels of Justice stopped The wngeworkers the workingmen the laboring men of the country by the way In which they repudiated the ef fort to get them to cast their votes In response to an appeal to class hatred have emphasized their sound patriotism and Americanism Such nn attitude Is an object lesson In good citizenship to the entire nation Judicial System Sound Our judicial system is sound and effective at core and It remains and must ever be maintained as the safeguard of those principles of liberty and Justice which stand at the foundation of American Institutions for as Burke finely said when liberty and justice are separated neither Is safe There are however some members of the judicial body who have lagged behind In their understanding ot these great and vital changes In the body politic whoso minds have never been opened to the new applications of the old principles made necessary by the new conditions Judges of this stamp lo lasting harm by their decisions because they convince poor men In need of protection that the courts of the land are profoundly Ignorant of and out of sympathy with their Rib and profoundly Ignorant or hostile to any proposed remedy To such men It seems a cruel mockery to have any court decide against them on the ground that It desires to preserve liberty In a purely technical form by withholding liberty In any real and con structive sense There are certain decisions by various courts which have been exceedingly det rimental to the tights of wageworkers This is true of all decisions that decide that men are by the constitution guaranteed their liberty to contract to enter occupation or to work an undesirable or Improper number of hours or to work In unhealthy surroundings and therefore cannot recover damages when maimed In that occupation and cannot be forbidden to work what tho legislature decides Is an excessive number of to carry on the work under conditions which the legislature decides to be unhealthy Decisions such as those nullity the legislative effort to protect the wageworkers who most need protection from those employers who take advantage of their grind- Ing need They halt or hamper tho move ment for securing better and more equi table conditions of labor There is alu I think ground for the belief that substantial Injustice Is often suffered by employes In consequence of the custom of courts Issuing temporary Injunctions without notice to them and punishing them for contempt of court In Instances whore as a matter of fact they have no knowledge of any proceed- Ing Organized labor Is chafing under the unjust irilralnt which comes from repealed resort to this plan of procedure Its discontent has been unwisely expresd and often Improperly expressed but there Is a sound basis for It and the orderly and lawabiding people of a com munity would be In a far stronger post lion for upholding the courts If the un doubtedly existing abuses couU be pro- vIded against Injunction Must R ritnThe power of Injunction li a great equUablr remedy whlh should on no uuvmnt ba destroyed But safeguards should be erected against Itl abuse In substance provision should be made that no Injunction or temporary restraining order issue otherwise than on notice except where irreparable Injury would otherwise result and In such case a hearing on tho merits of the order should be had within a short fixed pe riod and if not then continued after hearing It should forthwith lapse Decisions should bo rendered Immediately and the chance of delay minimized In every way Moreover I believe that the procedure should bo sharply defined and the judge required minutely to state the particulars both of his action and of his reasons therefor so that the congress can If It deslrcj examine and investigate the same For many of the of Justice In our country our people as a whole are themselves to blame and the judges and Juries merely bear their share together with the publlo as a whole It Is discreditable to us all a people that there should be difficulty In convicting murderers or In bringlig to justice men who ns pUblic servants have been guilty of corruption or who have profited by the corruption of publIc servants The result Is equally unfortunate whether due to hairsplit ting technicalities In the Interpretation of law by judge to sentimentality and class consciousness on the part Of Juries or to hysteria and sensational- Ism In the daily press For much of this failure of justice no responsibility whatever ties on rich men as such We who make up the mass of the people cannot shift the responsibility from our own shoulders nut there Is an Impor tant part of the failure w ich has ape claly to do with Inability to hold to proper account men of wealth who behave badly The Modem Corporation The huge wealth that has been accu mulated by a few Individuals of recent years In what has amounted to a so cial and Industrial revolution has been as regards some of these Individuals made possible only by the Improper use of the modern corporation A certain type of modern corporation with its officers and agents Its many Issues of securities and Its constant consolidation with allied undertakings finally becomes an Instrument so complex as to contain a greater number of cle meats that under various judicial decisions lend themselves to fraud and oppression than any device yet evolved In tho human brain Corporations are necessary Instruments of modern bust ness They have been permitted to become a menace largely because the governmental representatives of the people have worked slowly In providing for adequate control over them Our great clusters of corpora tions huge trusts and fabulously wealthy multimillionaire employ the very but lawyers they can obtain to pick flaws in statutes after their passage but they also employ a class of secret agents who seek under tho advice of experts to render hostile Ittglslnlon Innocuous by making It un constitutional often through the Insertion of what appear on their face to bo drastic and sweeping provisions against the Interests of tho parties Inspiring them while the demagogues the cor rupt creatures who Introduce black mailing schemes to strike corpora tions and all wlo demand extreme and undesirably radical measures show themselves to be the worst ene mies of the very public whose loud mouthed champions they profess to be Real damage has been done by the manifold and conflicting Interpretations 01 the interstate commerce law Con trol over the great corporations doing Interstate business can be effective only If It Is vested with fUll power In an administrative department a branch of tho federal executive carrying out a federal law It can never be effective If a divided responsibility Is left In both the states and the nation It can never be effective If left in the hands of the courts to be decided by lawsuits Respect for Law Must Be Upheld The courts hold a place of peculiar and deserved sanctity under our form of gov ernment Respect for the law Is essen tial to the permanence of our Institu tions and respect for tho law Is largely conditioned upon respect for the courts It is an offense against the republic to say anything which can weaken this respect save for the gravest reason and In the most carefully guarded manner In no other nation In the world do the courts wield such vast and farreaching power as In the United States All that Is necessary Is that tho courts as a whole should exercise this power with the far sighted wisdom already shown by those judges who scan the future while they act In the present ltrthem exercise this great power not only honestly and bravely but with wise Insight Into the needs and fixed purposes of the people so that they may do Justice and work equltrso that they may protect all per rights and yet break down the barriers of privilege which Is the foe of right Forest Preservation If there Is cny one duty which more than another we owe It to our children to perform at once It Is to save the for eta of this country for they constitute tho first and most Important element In tho conservation of tho natural resources of the country Just as a farmer after nil his life making his living from his farm will If he Is an ex pert farmer leave it as an asset of In creased value to his eon so we should leave our national domain to our children Increased In value and not worn out There era small sections of our own county In the eat and In the west In the Adirondack the White mountains and the Appalachians and In the Rocky mountains where we can already see for ourselves the damage In the shape of permanent Injury to the soil and tho river systems which comes from reckless deforestation It matters not whether this deforestation Is due to the actual reckless cutting of timber to the fire that Inevitably follow such reckless cutting of timber or to reckless and uncon trolled grazing especially by tho great migratory bands of sheep the un checked wandering of which over the country means destruction to forests and disaster to the small homemakers the settlers of limited means Thanks to our own recklessness In tho use of our splendid forests wo have Already crossed the verge of a timber famine In this country and no measures that we now take can at least for many years undo the mischief that has already been done nut we can pre vent further mischief being done and It would be In the highest degree reprehen sible to let any consideration of tem porary convenience or temporary cost Interfere with such action especially as regards the national forests which the nation can now at this very moment controlTho lesson of deforestation In China Is a lesson which mankind should have learned many times already front what has occurred In other places Denuda tion leaves naked soil then gullying cuts down to the bare rock and mean while the rockwaste buries the bottom lands When the soil Is gone men must go and the process does not take long Plea for Inland Waterways Action should ba begun forthwith due lug the present session of the congress for the improvement of our Inland water ways action which will result In giving us not only navigable but navigated riversUntil the irork of river Improvement is undertaken In a modern way U can not have results that will meet time needs ot this modern nation The plan which promise the best and quick 9- r eel results Is that of a per manent commission Authorized to coor dinate the work of all the government departments relating to waterways and to frame and supervise the execution of a comprehensive plan Under such a commission the actual work of construe lion might be entrusted to the reclamation service or to the military engineers acting with a sufficient number of civilian to continue the work In time of war or It might be divided between the rec lamation service and tho corps of engineers Funds should be provided from current revenues If It Is deemed wise therwlse from the sate of bonds The issentlal thing Is that tho work should go forward under the best possible plan and with tho least possible delay The time for playing with our waterways Is past Tho country demands results Tho president urges that national parks adjacent to national forests be placed under the control of tho forest servlco of tho agricultural depart moat fae also points out tho benefits derived from pure food legislation Tho mossap r continues Need of the Secret Service lAst year an amendment was Incor porated In the measure pro fig for the secret service which provided thaV there should be no detail from the secret serv ice and no transfer therefrom The amentnent In question was of benefit to no one excepting to criminals and It seriously hampers the government In the detection of crime and the securing of justice The chief argument In favor of the provision was that the congressmen did not them selves wish to be investigated by the secret service men Very little of such Investigation has been done In the past but It Is true that the work of the secret service agents was partly responsible for the Indictment and conviction of a sea aloe and a congressman for land frauds In Oregon I do not believe that It Is In the public interest to protect criminals In any branch of the public service and exactly as we have again and again dur ing the past seven years prosecuted and convicted such criminals who were in the executive branch of the government so In my belief we should be given ample means to prosecute them If found In the legislative branch But If this Is not considered desirable a special exception could be made In the law prohibiting the use of the secret service force In inves tigating members of the congress Postal Savings Banks I again renew my recommendation for postal savings banks for deposit ing savings with the security of the government behind them The object In to encourage thrift and economy In time wageearner and person of mod erate mean It Is believed that In the aggregate vast sums of money would be brought Into circulation through the Instrumentality of the postal savings banks Parcel Post In my last annual message I com mended the postmastergenerals recommendation for an extension of the parcel post on the rural routes The establishment of a local parcel post on rural routes would be to tho mutual benefit of the farmer and the country storekeeper and It Is desirable that the routes serving more than 15000000 people should be utilized to the fullest practicable extentEducation proI gress has neglected to adequately supply the bureau with means to meet the educational growth of the country I earnestly recommend that this un fortunate state of affairs as regards the national educational office be reme died by adequate appropriations This recommendation Is urged by the repre sentatives of our common schools and great state universities and the leading educators who all unite In requesting favorable consideration and action by the congress upon this subject The president polnta out the necessity of better organization of tho vari ous bureaus responsible for the public health and urges the placing of all soldiers homes under tho jurisdiction of the war departmentStatehood On the question of statehood tho president says- I advocate the Immediate admission of New Mexico and Arizona as states This should be done at the present session ot the congress The people of the two territories have made It evident by their votes that they will not come in as one state The only alternative is to admit them as two and I trust that this will be done without delay- Interstate Fisheries I call the attention of the congress to the importance of the problem of the fisheries In the Interstate waters On the Great Lakes we are now under the very wise treaty of April 11 of this en deavoring to come to an International agreement for the preservation and satisfactory use of the fisheries of these waters which can not otherwise be achieved Lake Erie for example has the richest fresh water fisheries In the world but It Is now controlled by the statutes of two nations four states and one province and this province by two different ordl nances In different counties All these political divisions work at cross pur poses and In no case chit they achieve protection to the fisheries on the one hand and justice to tho localities and In dividuals on the other Foreign Affairs This nations foreign policy Is based on the theory that right must be done between nations precisely as between Individuals and in our actions for the last ten years we have In this matter proven our faith by our deeds Wo have behaved and are behaving to wards other nations as In private life an honorable man would behave to wards his fellows LatinAmerican Republics The commercial and material prog ress of the 20 LatinAmerican republics is worthy of tnn careful attention of the congress The International Bureau of the American Republics Is doing a useful work In making these nations and their resources better known to us and in acquainting them not only with us ns a people and with our pur poses towards them but with what we bave to exchange for their goods Panama Canal The work on the Panama canal Is be- Ing done with a speed efficiency and entire devotion to duty which make It a model for all work of the kind The men on the Isthmus from Col Qoethals and his fellow commissioners through the entire list ot employee who are faithfully doing their duty have won their right to the ungrudging respect and gratitude of the American people Ocean Mall Lines I again recommend the extension of the ocean mall act of 1891 so that satin factory American ocean mall lines to South America Asia the Phlllpplnus and Australasia may be established Hawaii I call particular attention to the Territory of liawill The Importance of those Islands Is apparent and the need of Improving their condition and de velopfng their mOurcei Is urgent The Philippines heal progress toward selfgovernment la being made In the Philippine Islands I trust that within a generation the time will arrive when tho Philippines can dicldi tot themselves whether It U wet for them to become Independent er to continue under the protection l a strong and disinterested power able to guarantee to the Islands order at horn I and protection from foreign invasion Porto Rico- I again recommend that American cit izenship be conferred upon the people of Porto Rico Cuba In Cuba our occupancy will cease in about two months time tho Cubans have In orderly manner elected their own governmental authorities and the Island will be turned over to them Our occu pation on this occasion hall lasted a lit tle over two years and Cuba hoe thriv en and prospered under It Our earnest hope and one desire is that the people of the IsUnd shall now govern them selves with justice so that peace and or der may bo secure Japanese Exposition The Japanese government has post greatInternatlona1ing taken so as to Insure ample time In which to prepare to make the expo sition all that It should be made The American commissioners have visited Japan and tho postponement will mere ly give ampler opportunity for Ameri ca to be represented at the exposition Not since the first international expo sition has f here been one of greater Importance than this will be marking as it does the fiftieth anniversary of the ascension tci the throne of the em peror of Japan The extraordinary leap to the foremost place among the nations of the world made by Japan during this half century Is something unparalleled In all previous history I take this opportunity publicly to state my appreciation of tho way In which In Japan In Australia In New Zealand and In all the states of South America the battle fleet has been re ceived on Its practice voyage around the world The American government can not too strongly express its appre ciation of the abounding and generous hospitality shown our ships In every port they visitedThe Army As regards the army I call attention to the fact that while our junior offi cers and enlisted men stand very high the present system of promotion by tenlorlty results in bringing Into the higher grades many men of mediocre capacity who have but a short time to serve No man should regard It as his vested right to rise to the highest rank In the army any more than In any other profession It Is a curious and by no means creditable fact that there should bo so often a fallUre on the part of the public and its representatives to understand the great need from the standpoint of the service and the nation of refusing to promote re spectable elderly Incompetents The higher places should be given to the most deserving men without regard to seniority at least seniority should be treated as only one consideration In the stress of modern Industrial com petition no business firm could succeed If those responsible for Its management were chosen simply on the ground that they were tho oldest people In Its em ployment yet this Is the course advo cated as regards the army and re quired by law for all grades except those of general officer As a matter of fact all of the best officers In tho highest ranks of the army are those who have attained their present posi tion wholly or In part by a process of selection sl1ol1ldbealder general unfitness to command for any cause In order to secure a far more rigid enforcement than at present In the elimination of officers for mental physical or temperamental disabilities Out this plan Is recommended only 1C the congress does not see fit to provide what in my judgment Is far better that Is for selection in promotion and I for elimination for age Officers who fall to attain a certain rank by a certain age should be retired for In stance If a man should not attain field rank by the time he 114G he should of course be placed on the re tired list General officers should be selected as at present and onethird of the other promotions should be made by selection the selection to be made by the president or secretary of war from a list of at least two candi dates proposed for each vacancy by a board of officers from the arm of the service from which the promotion la to be made A bill Is now before the congress having for its object to se cure the promotion of officers to van ous grades at reasonable ages through a process of selection by boards of of ficers of the least efficient for retire ment with a percentage of their laydepending upon length of service The bill although not accomplishing all that should be done Is a long step In the right direction and I earnestly recommend Its passage or that of a more completely effective measure National Guard Now that the organized militia the National Guard has been Incorporated with the army us a part of the national forces It behooves the government to do every reasonable thing In Its power to perfect its efficiency It should be assisted in its instruction and other wise aided more liberally than hereto fpre The continuous services of many welltrained regular officers will be essential In this connection A bill Is now pending before the congress creating a number of extra officers In the army which If passed as it ought to be will enable more omcers to be trained as Instructors of National Guard and assigned to that duty In caso ot war It will be of the utmost Importance to have a large number of trained officers to use for turning raw levies into good troops The Navy I approve the recommendations ot the general board for the In crease of the navy calling especial attention to the need of addi tional destroyers and colliers and above all of the four battleships It is desir able to complete as soon as possible a squadron of eight battleships of the best existing type I most earnestly recommend that the general board bo by law turned Into a general staff There is literally no ex cuse whatever for continuing the pres ent bureau organization of the navy The navy should be treated as a purely mili tary organization and everything should bo subordinated to the one object of securing military efficiency A system of promotion by merit either b tlon or by exclusion or by both processes should be Introduced It is out of the question It the present principle of promotion by mere seniority Is kept to expect to get the beat results from the higher officers Our men come too old and stay for too short a time In the high command positions Nothing better for the navy from every standpoint has ever occurred than the cruise of the battle fleet around the world The Improvement of the ships la every way hay been extraordinary and they have gained far more experience In battle tactics than they would hays gained If they had stayed In the Atlantic waters Tho American people have cause for profound gratification both In view of the excellent condition of the fleet aa shown by this cruise and In view of themImprovement tho cruise has worked this already high condition I do not believe that there Is any other service lathe world In which the average ot character arid emclency In the enlisted man Is as high as U now the case In our own TJIEODOIIB NOOSEVELT The WiilU llsust Tuesday December I 1 y r 1Ituo eoeoeooeoeoeoeo Iro I East Kentucky Correspondence I News You Get Nowhere seIHo correspondence pit liibt4 onleit egged in till bjr the wtttet the fume U not tti publication bat u u trtdinet of rood ruth Write plumy aoauuuuuuuuuuvv REMEMBER THE DATE Winter Term of Berea College AllDepartmentsOpens JACKSON COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENT FOR COUNTY JUDGE We are authorized to announce J W Mullins of Egypt Ky a can didates for County Judge of Jackson County subject to the action of the Republican party ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce So- S Wolfe of Maulden Ky a candidate for Assessor of Jackson County sub ject to the acton of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W- It Crepflh of Egypt Jackson County Ky a candidate for Assessor of Jack son County subject to the action of the Republican party AXXTILIK- Annvllle Dec 7Mrs Jennie Pen nington Is very sick Miss Sarah Johnson and Mr O M Rader were quietly married at the home of the I bride November 23 by the Rev Pearl Hacker Miss Laura Isaacs who IsI teaching school at Carico visited Mrs Mould Webb Saturday evening dir Chas Davidson of Peoples called here yesterday Stave hauling is in full blast We are glad the primary j Is over as everybody Is tired of election talkMr William Isaacs and Miss Della Bevens of Louisville were married in that city December 1 and contemplate making their home In Berea Miss Maggie Bowling and Mr A S Johnson were married Dec I 4 at the home of the bride on Ter rell CreekMr Walter Medlock went to East Bernstadt yesterday on busl ness j rtltmoT Parrot Dee 7We are having plenty of rain The Rev Wiley Baker Reacted at Shiloah Sunday with a laise crowd present Mr Ltephen Gabbard who bus been In Hamilton for the past week returned home i Uednisdnj lastA three weeks meeting closed here last Sunday with eight additions to the church Mr R 0 C rnelluss school will close on New limas dnyMr Wiley Baker purchased a fine horse lost week from Joe Williams for 5140Mr Phee Hellard who Is traveling for the Cox Hat Co Is doing a good business owing to the wet weather Mr J II Hundley has lost six head of catI lie in the past week with some unknown I disease Mr Wesley Davis I delivered cloth In this part last week i Mr John Muncy of Clay County has been visiting his daughter at this ptaceJolr James Lake of Loam vis ted Mr Phee Hellard last Satur day night and Sunday j CIOVKK IIOTTOM Clover Bottom Dec 7Mrs Isaac Trent is very sick with cancer at this writing Miss Bertha Hurst who has been very sick for the past three weeks Is Improving rapidly Satur day was election day Sir Lewis got sixtyfive votes In this while- Mr Faulkner received one hundred which speaks well for this commu nityOur school had a box supper last Saturday night which was largely attended Thirteen boxes were told bringing 1200 This money will boIused for a Christmas tree Sarah Powell and daughter and son Lawrence spent Sunday with Mm Lewis McQulre The school fit this place will close In two weeks with an entertainment and a Chrlst mas tree Every body invited Profes sors Ellis and Calfee of Berea visited our school one night last week There was a large crowd present to bear them speakA good many changes are to be made in adjoining schools Enough pupils have been taken from Clover Bottom Sand Gap Kerhy Knob and Long Branch to make a new district on Durham Ridge It will be built in time for next term1- Ot111LgLiCK Doublollck Nov 23 The remains of Mrs Frank Slorrls of Hamilton 0 were brought homo to Clover Bottom last Wednesday and laid to rest in Q the cemetery She leaves a iJhusband and two children Mr Ceo Cook of Doublcllnlt and Miss Etta Sparks of Eglcn wore quietly married INov 12th Martha Click visited Mrs Joel Lake last night Corn In this r part wu hotter than expected It still stays dry with little tock water o UUVUUUUUV IA letter from Mrs Lewis Morris Florida says she Is slowly im proving In health Sho went there last March Mim Li roiiit Mlddlefork Dec 5Ilss Mattio Summers who has been staying with John Farmer of McKee Is visiting homo folksMra Eliza Tussby has had grip for a few daysMrs Edna Tuaeey la planning to have an enter tainment the lost day of her school which is to be Christmas dayJ W Angel has made a business trip to Bat Bornatadt this week Misses Ollie Angel and Rebecca Wilson were the guests of Myrtle Angel Monday night Joe and Robert Tussey made a business trip to AltamontCap Wilson traded mules with Jack Lakes art got 5 and a cwo lamt to boot Mrs Sis Angel visited Malvlna Ange- l1VediiosdayOllto Angel is selling bangle rings SIlss Lizzie Summers who has been at Bernstadt for some time has returned Flora Settles and Sarah Prlvctt visfted Ollle Angel Sun dayIROCKCASTLE noovn COUNTYI Boone Dec 7J II Lambert Is attending court at Sit Vernon this week Born to Mr and Mrs Jas Owens on the 3rd a borTalltha Coyle vis- Ited friends at Snider Sunday Sir and Mrs D Bolcn were the guests of Sir and Mrs B B Chasteon Sun dl1yNoxt Saturday and Sunday are regular church days at Fairview Mrs Dave Martin who has been Quito sick Is some better Sir and Sirs Jcs Wren are visiting the Jailors sister Mrs Daisy Lambert Sir and Sirs John Wren made a business trip to Berea Monday Sir and Mrs Sparkman of Borea made a business trip here last weekMr James Cope was In Jackson County last weokThe Sunday School U prepar ing a treat for some time soon ESTILL COUNTY FOX Fox Dee 7The Rev Jns How ard filled his appointment at Bethel today A largo congregation listened to an interesting sermon James Field from Clark County attended church at Bethel todayArthur Endue from Logllck Clark County was In our neighborhood last Thursday buy ing hogsW Black and W Isaacs were in town Saturday Wanting lo buy ttrti Squire Levi Sletcalf died last Thursday Heart trouble was thought to be the cause of hit death lie was burled In Flat Woods cemetery lie was a good and use ful citizen and will be greatly miss ed by nil who knew him John Rho dus of Waco is putting tho roof on a dwelling house for Wm Rose Willie Click who Is doing the carpenter work on Wm Roses house will be at Kirby Knob this week Mrs Sallie Moberly visited Mrs Anne Click Saturday Sir and Mrs Frank Shearer of Ford NIEhave returned from Ford Ky where they visited Mrs Curtis daughter Sirs Llllla Shearer Several people from this place will be at Richmond todayN E Curtis and Sirs F a writIIngTurnerwas in our town last TuesdayJoo Wlnburn is preparing to build a dwelling soon Willie Jones Is work Ing for F C Click Tom Walters formerly or Irvine Ky Is now a res ident of our town- 0WSLEY COUNTY TIIAVKXIIK8 11KST Travelers Rest Dee 5Tho Rev Dan Drown Is conducting a successful revival meeting hero Doctors Mc Donald Smith Treadway Judge Ad ams Capt Joe lards and Monroe McGuire of Bcattyvllle were here hunting last weokMr and Sirs R W Creech left hero Thursday cti route to Spencer W Va where they expect to visit Mrs Creechc parents for a fow months The Infant child of C T Gabbard died near here Sat urday Nov 8thTho schools of Owsley County ore nearing an tad Reports show their success better Maln10UB cervlcec Thursday was drummer day for our town and it was largely attended VINCENT Vincent Dcc GWe are having nice winter weather Sir Holllday of Jackson town Breathltt Co has been in our midst for the last few days examining tho Sturgeon coal in view of purchasing =Died Nov 30 T B Warren a resident of Vincent Ho was the father of Mra J 0 Bot nor Ho succumbed to old ago and was quietly laid to rest in the homo cemetery Clay Harvey and Arch Brandenburg passed thru hero Thursday wits ninetyfive cattle on their way to Richmond markets The Rev Dan Brown Is Conducting a series of meetings at Travelers Rest WH Vcnablo was at Unonevllle Saturday on buslnoio Andy Thomas and Blain Burch of make wore at Vincent I Thursday on business Elisha Peters of the Wild Dog Country was at Vincent Tuesday and Wcdnecday W F Peters of Crooked Creek Rockcastle County was tho guest of Brown Bow man Saturday end Sunday Harvey Slarcum is In Kstlll County in tho In threat of his brother Alfreds race for County olork The Thanksgiving social at Uncle Bon Botncrs was one note Our community was repre 10f by Drs McDonald Trendvay and Monroe and Henry McGulrc of Bcattyvllle and a host of coun try friends After the turkey least and other goodies to suit tho occas ion they all gave way to the fine music and tripped tho light fantastic too to their hearts content CLAY COUNTY imtOIITIIAIIKB- HghlHhade Dec 2Mr and Mrs Lloyd Smith are tho proud parents of twin boys that wore born Sunday Nov 29 Gilbert Stills visited Man chester Thanksgiving SI H Fred erick was in Manchester Saturday Mrs Sjrlvanla Smith had a house raising last weak Matthew Smith will attend the State Normal Suhool at Richmond during the coming win tor Lincoln Smallwood expects to enter school at Wllllamtbur William Lowls and James Marcum were hem Thanksgiving Day trying to gain votes for the fcrmor Anderson War ore la bullJIng a stone chimney for Oliver Wagers Schools In this vicinity will scot close Tho term hat ben the tucK racaMful in the history of the neighborhood both In retard to attendance and good works nuuMvn sruiNfi Burning Springs Dec 7Few peo plo receive such a warm reception asI was tendered Caleb Powers last Saturday Eleven years ago Sir Powers married Slits Laura Rawlins one of Burning Springs best school teachers While here ho was the guest of the parents of his deceased wife Many of our host citizens are regretting the defeat of our excellent Judge In the primary on Saturday The rom munity was shocked to learn of tile accidental burning of Joseph Rowlings lust week The child died soon afterwards and was burled In Macedonia cemetery An Infant son of Nelson Brays died last week of dlptheria Sirs Shell is still very sick Several of her friends met at Stephen Rlecs to sew for tho family last Saturday A small child of Wr Mllwma of Mal colm rolled Into the fire and had Its head badly burned last week Silssos Rebecca Polly and Susie Smith have gone to Laurel County to live with their father Alexander who mov ed ttioro last surlng James II Jarret has returned to his homo over on Laurel after living with his father Cora few years Sam SIcQuary and fam fly are visiting at his fathersMrs Bob Thompson of Manchester hat been visiting at the home of her lr- ents J L Rawllngs Prof Calfe one of the educational campaigners pave us an excellent address last Thursday night D G O Slaggord cnmo homo from his work in Hyden to vote ExJudge Morgan of Loilto County spent last week with his many friends about here Slary Rico has returned from a pleasant visit with her sister Sirs Hornsby Lincoln Howard one of our successful mer chants will soouIoeatu In Oklahoma Jesse Slaggard who went to Califor nia n year ago writes encouraging reports of his late invention of a knife for cutting grapes from vlnosDr R Webb spent Thanksgiving with his parents here Hamilton 0 Letter Hamilton 0 Dec 7Tho mer chants of Hamilton and Cincinnati report the Christmas trade about as good as that of last yearLee Fran cis Lybarger stoke to the men of Hamilton at the Y SI C A Sunday afternoon Tho annual show of the Hamilton Poultry Association was held during the past week and drew large crowdsRev S B BUoy pas tor of the First Baptist Church ad dressed the Brotherhood of the Westminster Presbyterian Church last Thursday evening The I 0 O F lodges of Hamilton elected their of floors during the past week Also the Daughters of Rebekah and the Wjtzel Compton Post No 90 tl A- RTile postoftlco receipts In Hamil ton during November wero J5C5441 A loss of 5500 from the same month last year Sixtyseven now flroplug were placed in various portions of the newly annexed territory of the city the past weeleDr A B Camliron of the Flrot Baptist church of Cincinnati occupied the pulpit of the First Baptist Church in this city last e Sunday morning The Jury trying Urn case of Ruck Cottongamc a Kentuckian for the murder of Farrlsh Arnctt last Labor Day gavo a verdict of guilty of murder In the first degree with a recommendation of mercy The defense gave notice of tho filing ot a motion for a now trial Tho annual reunion of the Hamil ton High School Class of 1905 will bo held Tuesday evening December 29 at the St Charles Hotel HOW TO PLANT A TREE 1 Select first the taco best suited for your purpose be that sVndc orna ment fruit production of lumber wind break or fence posts 2 Door In mind that tho trees you are pUtutUff It of proper spicloa may be a shelter for amid a pride of future generations or It wrongly celtctcd It may last but for a decade 3 Tho one advantage that of ra hid growths should not decide what tree to plant Innumerable Insects fungoid dlioftgea and tho neec city for frequent pruning betides a brief ported cf oxUtoBoo may characterize the tree of your choice and it should bi discarded 4 Whers thorn H slight opportunity for frequent vnUi Ing tree vpoelw demanding large quantities of water should be discarded They trllPba die appointing 5 Kims cottonwood and swamp maples are among the claw requiring much water Tho auks aslu sugar maple Norway mapl walnut onfalpa eta sue cod with a moderate quantity of mois- tIIre 6 Good toots lu ample quantity are of vital Importance to tho trees sue coMful growth In tinging spare Hot the labor but swture all the roots possible without mutilation 7 The top of a two should sot bo mutilated CutDC oft the leading shoots Is extremely bad predict only to br tcl rated with cottonwood and scf swamp maples I 8 Too largo a tree should bo avoid ed 9 Keep the roots frock and moist by wrapping In wet burlap whllo con groundIbo kept moist Whoa the resinous sap hardens from a few moments ex posure to the sun and wind the tree la dead I U Tho larger tho bole more thoroughly prepared the soil the greater the care In planting so muoh more I satisfactory will be the growth and future development of tho tree I 12 Grass sod Is tho deadly enemy of a newly sot trco No grape should I bo permitted within two feet of the trunk Tbj grow secures the first water whisk falls and lu dry weather tho trees suffer for want of molsturo IS Digging tho holes A philosoph er of the pout century told the ground should bo prepared the full oxtout of tho fluid which assertion has never bern disputed The hole should never be lees than four feet square and eighteen lushes deep Tho soil It not a good quality should be j removal and good loam brought to fill the cavity It of less size tho now roots strike the hard side ot the excavation which they cannot i pcnetnM soil am thus UIUIM back coiling about ni In a flower pot It thus requires several seasons for tho trees to secure a thrifty growth No trash manuro should bo placed near the roots but well rotted com post well mixed with a friable fertile soil will produce n surprising growth I of tree 14 Planting tho tree The roots should be epreai out Iq natural poel ttoft without say crowding sad tlno ewtlr stftod In from tile shovel by a Making motion unit all the roots I pre covered till tint Interstices welt filled When half filled a buekot of water may be slowly iKHircd In and the hole filled If tlHt soil le dry and the drainage rood the surface may be loincwkat dcprewtctl to maintain Bowman Eo llippflop ATNril Bll Bottom UcKte tho water In dry season If on the contrary drainage Is not good and Inclined to bo wet then tho surface about tho tree bettor bo raised trifle tho roots bo not In too much water Arboriculture WHAT CONSTITUTES A STATE highIThick walU or moated ante not cities proud with spires and turrets rNot crowned bays broadarmed ports where laughing at tho storm rich rijoj Not starred and spangled court whore lowbrowed baseness watts per to pride Nonice hlgh taitidcd men with Jhr above dull brute endued In foroet brake or den as oxMl cold rocks anti brambles ruder- Monwho their dutlw know Lilt know IlnroIPro IIt Urn Iwtralmod blow and crush Uio tyrant they road I ohnlnj These oomtiiuto State nud nvor elun law that States collected will Oer throw mad globes elate sits empress erownlBK good rajirna lnB 1- 19tr William Jones SubttltMe for ConfMl Tbr hut may bt oppori i for in appeal to tnvwiton to coimirr seed tlww Is for eoun nUt- ulo for ooafolll To admit that rte was Ia MM to sake th ihatiriti any brttrr It le oomihiralv ly IJBD les when thrown but ilia inI re ImpnMlbllltjr of remvvlnx ttftn clothe or carpets plMaK by individual particles bfo oaouKh of Itself to eoadeieui It la the ey of all reasonable people i THE BEST PAPER FOR YOU IS THE CITIZENI TilE CITIZEN gives you more than the worth of your money and is growing LtIUtlf all the time Just coinpnro it with newspapers you sec You eau get others as chcnp hut pJllmr tlioy are not an good or art not the nioiiutuiiior they do not Rita BB much Just look at H rofthe things we nre giving you now NEWS nil Iho news of the world of this country 1111 1or thin tutu test is worth runiliug All the uewn of the iiKxitiluitiN Ilidt wo can gut and moro than nay otlnr paper giros All the news of dozons of inoiinlHin lowim where correojiondBUiK write to ua every Jill It while CATTLE A 11 the JuloHt wittle priers also the prices on Ilis and tiintwrk and spokes etc FARM HINTS A good column and Hiniftiincn inort of lilntH thiit will help in work oi the farm HOME HINTSGood hints on housekwpiiig by nn export SCHOOLA riiiininp arlirlw on how to leHch to nmko your nhool one of the bust in the stale one of ihclnBt ItHclitTH in lue Hinte THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON A full column every ww k STORIES A One good interesting exciting Nloryall the tunw and ohn goodshttt story H wiik TEMPERANCE A column of good rending nlwnt timHTauce AND OTHER THINGS You nil how ninny other good thing you got in TilE CITWBN manyof the things that yon cant get in nay other paper And nil for 5100 the prieD of lute of poorer iMkre Till Is our host bnrgnin miss it Send iu your dollar for another your if your subscription is out ALL FORe 100 Lots of poorer papers charge as muchother papers as good charge more In order to muko our other still more attractive wo arrange to give Hiihhorihrrft bargains with their proper Wo used to give BOHIO of these thingH suvity1111 we have uittdo this pspor HO iniiuli better that we winnot afford to do thut any more You can get nil Ihufo things with TUB CITIZW cheaper than any where also and besides get n butter puner than you cun get anywhuru else These are the opera No IThat Cltbcn Knife Most of you know it It in tho fluent iroinluni thnt wMovor uttered with any paper It wilt cost you 76 cnlll at u store hut you can get It with 1HR ClJIZEN for 20 runts extra The knife 76 cents thu C1TIXHN both worth 176 for 126 No 2rh Farmers Rapid Calculator thirty five cent hook thud la Movoral dolhu it any up to 11uq fanner It lolls what you want to now about nlimittt anything on the farm HIM gooil hook on dimiBOB of IIOISOH cattle sleep and hugs tells you how to know what In till mailer am what to do It giros flRunH tolls you how to reckon Interest if 011 have borrowed or loaned money or how many bushels of corn there are In load that no much or how to imamiro corn In crib or In pile and how much seed It takes to plant nnncreorhow many brick to build chimney and lots of thlulH of that kind And it has places for you to keep account of your exii iiKi K and earnings and of bought and Bold and any thing else you want torcmimher If you art arm or It In Just the thing you want Tho Calculator 80 cunts The Citizen 1100 lloth worth SIH5 for 110 No 3The Natlonol Handy Package Just tho thing our wife ban boon looking for Needles anti plus of Ill kinds Moro than quarters worth but It usually sells for quarter W sell 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