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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 9 o o e oew w + oetn esliQe 5lr BEREA PUSLISHINO CO rTheCltlen is crewing Rep f INOORrOBATKIl iTHE CITIZEN g Idly Let Your usiniss 1ITAlLIYJkmfarAetaMPaWDieeaaUercaJftraareoad dwamatlmNkr FROST raaasn g 0 tlslnj Keep Pace With It iy Adver g- n 2 oeoooooooooeo Devoted to the Interests of the Mountain People oIIo otIOeoeoGP IIVol X Five cents a copyBEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY JANUARY 21 1909 One Dollar a year No 30 NEWS OF THE WEEK No War In Balktnt Halnt Declared Not Guilty Tennessee Not In Wat er Wagon Fewer Railroad Accidents Last Yearr NO WAR IN BALKANS Practi I cally all danger of war in the Bal kans and of the general European fight which would likely follow It hoi been averted by the settlement of the dispute between Austria and Turkey In return for the two provinces of Bosnia and Herzegovina which she has soled Austria will pay Turkey i 10800000 for a quit claim deed MAINS ACQUITTED Thornton J Hains who with a drawn revolver I hold oft the crowd while his brother killed a man accused of seducing his wife has been found not guilty of murder or complicity by a New York jury Thero has seldom been a more flagrant case and as all tho people involved seem to have been about I equally bad thero was not even the usual excuse for tho murder This indicates I that Now York had better take a little look Into 1U own lawlessness and failure to enforce tho law Instead ot talking so much about other people that aro fully as law abiding as Its citizens- TENNEESSEE NOT DRYTho state lostslatura of Tennessee has paused thru both houses tho bill to make tho state dry but the governor refused to sign It declaring that It woe contrary to tho wishes of the people FEWER RAILWAY ACCIDENTS Thu recent report ot tho Interstate i Commerce Commission shows that In tho last fiscal year there wero a good many fewer deaths In railroad accldentr than In tho proceeding year Last year thero were 1C5 passen ger killed tbo year before 410 Also there wero 20 per cent less employees killed In tho last year Tho re port shows that during the year tho railroad earned an averago of 10 722 for each mllo operated or a total Of 2424640637I NEW HARVARD HEAD Tho most Important educational happening ot the year so far has town the choice of Irof Abbott Lawrence Lowell an president of Harvard This will put him at the head of tho leading educa tional Instltuton ot this country and give him fair claim to tho honor of being Americas leading educator KERN BEATEN John W Kern who failed to be elected ifcopresl dent has also now failed to got to the senate from Indlna Ho was de feated by Congressman Benjamin F Shively tho Ifquor Interests and some few temperance people uniting against him In favor of tho liquor candidate In hla anger at defeat ho Is charging corruption and treason among men whoso constituents wished them to vote for him Tho row Is promising to mako trouble for the Indiana Democrats ROJES1VENSllDEADAdmiral Rojcstvcnskt who had tho losing end of tho biggest sea fight in history when tho Japanese defeated tho Rus sians In tho straits ot Tau Garu died last week While beaten In battlo ho will rank high as a commander thru being ablo to get a broken down and- y f i 111 equipped fleet as far as ho did and going Into battle with tho miser able ships at all Ho expected defeat when ho started his la entitled to lot of credit for doing as well as ho l did Ho played a poor hand mighty wellCOLLISION KILLS TWENTYA head on collision in Colorado last Saturday caused the death of twenty per- Sons and the injuring of about thirty moreLESS COAL MINED Tho govern ment report for last year shows that thero was less coal mined all over tho country tho total falling off being about 15 to SO per cent loss than of tho production of the year before Kentuckys falling off was 15 and 18 per cent Both the hard times aqd tho fall drouth aro factors In this decreaseBOMB NEAR CHURCH A bomb was exploded Friday ot last week In front of the Trinity M E Church in Louisville No damage was dono and tho reason for setting it off In that place has not been learned Dont Complain Dont complain said Uncle Eben 9f you find dat somebody has au ax to grind Yous lucky deso days If when you guts through turnln do grindstone he doesnt ban you do ax an speck you to do his choppln for 1m Washington Star i Al I WINS AGAIN Third Successive Victory In Inter Society Debate Large and Enthusiastic Audience The Decision a Close One The annual debate between tho College mens literary societies of Borea last Friday night resulted for the third successive time in a victory for Alpha Zetathis time by a voto by tho judges of two to one The contest was exceedingly close the markings of the judges showing that there was only about olxper cent differ ence between tho ranks of tho two contestants This difference too was almost entirely duo loan advantage of appearance delivery and English held by A Z thruout rather than to any superior argument Tho debate was listened to by ono of tho largest and most enthusiastic crowds over gathered for the occasion The lower floor of tho Chapel was filled and there was tho greatest enthusiasm for tho speakers combined with great good feeling Each speak er as ho roso was greeted with loud cheers and tho waving of bright color ed banners by the partisans of his society and was applauded In closing not only by his friends but by his generous opponents led each time by tho opposing debaters themselves As time debate progressed and tho close ness of the contest was seen time tension becamo great and when all had finished and tho result was still in doubt tho strain all over tyro house could almost be seen Tho breaking of thus strain in tho announcement of A Zs victory ret ilttlf its was to be expected In a correspondingly vio lent scene of enthusiasm While tho debate was an exceeding creditable performance to both con testants there were as must always be tho case several points which presented themselves for criticism In tho first place none of the speakers mado enough effort to gain the sym pathy of tho house several of the speeches contained references which only highly educated men could grasp and there was thruout a failure to get In touch with the moss of thn hearers This was shown by the fact that at no time did any of tho speak ers move tho audlenco out of its attltudo of cold criticism thero was no enthusiasm and no speaker receiv ed that sympathetic Inspiration which leads to rca oratory Also there was no applause In tho middle of the speechesand to tell the truth no attempt was mado by tho speakers to elicit It It was as If tho men bad decided to appeal to tho judges only and forgot that tho judges were to glvo their decision on tho basis of tho effect of tho speeches on the audience there assembled Greater sim plicity in all tho speeches would have strengthened them and greater adap lion would havo given them weight There was for Instance but ono flash of wit humor or sarcasm In tho vhol debate with the exception of turning back on tho speaker an expression he had himself used and tho one sarcastic onslaught was borrowed ul most word for word from a leading Congressman In other words the debate was dull Tho second point of criticism was tho weakness of the rebutal on both sides Many arguments were advanc ed by each side which tho other made really no attempt to answer and tho result so tar as really convincing ally hearer as to tho justice of the pro position advanced resulted rather lu confusing than In clarifying tho sit uation Each sldo took a strong lino of argument and carried It thru each sldo let tho others argument stand there There woro some attempts mado by tho negative to meet a few of the smaller points advanced but neither sldo really attacked the main position of its opponent Tho only point whero they really met was over the doflnatlon of tho word dan ger and in this case tho effectiveness of what might havo been a good de bato was destroyed by tho affirmative taking a position which all tho judges agreed was untenable In fact it seems likely that tho position of the affirmative on this point lost tho debateIAside from theso two points tho debate was all that could be desired Tho appearance of tho men tho de livery and tho arguments advanced all showed hard work careful pre paration and long reading and study Whllo tho highest point touched was perhaps not so high as at somo pre vious contests tho general average was The best that has yet been presented Continued 01 Fourth Para I DO IT NOW limeMost of us got crowded a little once In a while Things seem to pile up some days especially hard things which we rather hate to do any way and we kind of balk We think we dont quite fuel up to the job and then there will always be plenty of time a little laterprobably tomorrow when we will feel butter If there is any mqn that reads this that has not got some such hard job that he has been putting ofT for weeks and ia no nearer to getting done yet and he will send in his name we will print itaud then his wife or other boss will get after him mighty hard This matter of putting off the hard jobs has an awful name procrastination It also has another nameshorter and not so hRudsomoJllzincfllI They mean the same thing not getting there The man who is afflicted with that habit never quite gets his work done upand he never finds it any easier to do that hard job Usually he findf it hauler for be keeps dreading it more and more and tilt freshness he might have had fa the first few days is all gone Often that job never gets done and the next hard one is missed too andwhen a mon has a little strip of jobs he didut do behind him he is a failure Thou when times get a little hard or anything happens out he goes There is onlone thing that will anvo him and that is if tho boss has the procrastinating habit too And if this is the case the boss will fail pretty roofso he will bo out of a job any Way There is just one way cure that habitdo the hard job now You van and the longer you wait the harder it will be Do it now That job busbeen waiting a long time it will be one step to ward failure if you put it off even another day Suppose some one shouldcall in to close the account and find the job still not done Do it now If there is any one maxim which is absolutely necessary to success if there are any three words that will do more than all the rest of the language to keep a man on the rightroadif there are any three words that are worth pasting in your hAt they are these DO IT NOWI STUDENTS STILL COMMING Already More Are Hero Than During Whole of Last WinterMany Good Times for All Young People Students continuo to crowd Into Be rea College and there are already in school eighteen more students than were registered during the whole win ter term ot a year ago It In conI they are still coming into town ou every train and there are nearly a hundred more here now than there were when lost winter term was two weeks old It la likely that the at tendance this year will be a full hun dred larger than It boa over been be fore In tho history of the college IThe young people seem to be hav- Ing an even netter time than ever Vo foret The Model School socials held Saturday gave an opportunity for enjoyment to the students in them which they were prompt to take hold of All the socials were thronged and all enjoyed greatly the speeches and other entertainment which were of fered The Phi Delta reception Tuesday night was well attended and greatly enjoyed also and the Chapel j was crowded for the InterSociety De bate last Friday Tho addresses de livered by the Rev Dr Allen before the students on Sunday and Monday were also greatly enjoyed and did I much good A now feature of coUege life for tho girls which has been introduced Is tho gymnasium and play room which has been fitted up in tho attic of Ladles Hall Thero are several classes taking gymnastic work under Mrs Cowley and many of the girls make It a point to spend some time thero every day getting great benefit from tho healthful exreclse The Interest In thisd rapidly spreading and It is expected that soon there will bo I a few girls who are getting some gocd out of this now arrangement I News came this week making it almost certain that Dr R A Torrey the only evangelist In the world who can be compared to Dr Chapman who was hero last fall will conduct tho I revival servicec this winter He with a party of trained workers will pro aUdlthothe country KILLED BY TRAIN IA sad accident happened at the station hero Saturday result ling In the death of John Terrell aged about eight yearn a colored boy John had been playing around on tho track and tripped and fell In front of the local freight which was just pulling In Both legs wero crushed They were later amputated at tho hospital by Dr Davis but in spite of tho best of care the boy died that night The sad accident should bring a lesson to all parents who allow their children to frequent the depot While there Is usually no danger still accidents do happen and a life once snuffed out can never be restored There Is often careless play around the station when trains are coming In and the crowd Is large and It Is really remarkablo that there are not more of these painful Incidents or THREE FINE ADDRESSES Coming of Dr Allen One of the Fea tures of the YearStudents Greatly Benefited Citizens Flock to Hear Him Speak Tho visit here from lost Friday to Tuesday of the Rev Dr Ernest flour ner Allen of Toledo was one of the most notable of tho year and resulted In Inspiration and help to all who were fortunate enough to hear any of tho threo addresses he delivered Ills pleasing personality and forceful remarks mado equal Impressions on Berea and his visit will long be reI numbered Mr Allens first address was a ser mon at Union Church Sunday morn Ing at which the Parish House was more nearly filled than is often the Xaso His sermon on somo of the learons to bo learned from the word Again was an exceedingly helpful one and not only resulted In great gocd but had much to do with the large attendance at the Chapel In the evening The gallery of the Chapel wu nearly filled almost entirely with citizens who by the way are com ing to these Sunday night services yearIsermon Allen spoko of tho appeal there is In Christianity to heroism By num erous examples he showed how tho in stinct of heroism is in every class oC people The reason Jesus gave his disciples hard things to do was be cause ho had confidence jn them Havo the courage said Dr Allen to bo tho kind ot man or woman that God wants you to be He closed by asking tho students tor member tho followingDo the best you can With what you have Where you are TodayFor ChristI At the Upper Chapel lecture Mon day morning he spoke of the great cab of tho world for men REAL MEN Ho said that Man Is defined In terms of his service of his possi bilities of the great capacities of heart and life that are bin He appeal ed to his hearers to live the sun crowned life For this three things arc necessary cheerfulness charac ter and fidelity As the sun gives tho cloud a silver lining so cheerful ness gives to Ute optimism The man who has In him the spirit of conquest Is the man who can laugh The spirit of good cheer that you havo as you theiyou como from It depends on some thing Inside you that shines out dependablenessI IWhen Philosophy Falls Urging unhappy people to think of their mercies says the philosopher of folly Is like trying to persuade a kitten who is unable to get out ot- a bathtub that she Is happy because tho water Isnt turned on Irish Cows Go6d Milkers Irish cows yield trolls uuv Bailor of milk to over 1000 In OC us the yield was 1469 gallons A Chance for All The less a man knows about making love to a woman the more she can do It for hlmNew York Press IIN OUR OWN STATE Breathitt County Hot Again Plan to Lift Y M C A DebtAttack on Judge Burnam In CourtBody Plac ed on R R Track Y M C A DEDTAt the meet Ing of tho Y M C A State Commit tee in Louisville last Thursday Treas urer Green announced that tho debt was 4400 or 500 less than a year ago He also announced that a benefactor who wished his name kept secret had promised that if 2000 could be raised toward paying this by tho time of tho meeting about the middle of March he would pay the restATTACKS JUDGE BURNAM While on trial for his sanity in the court room at Richmond Saturday Bijou White became violent and at tacked his attorney Judge A R Bur nam Quick action by Sheriff Broad duss and his men prevented any thing serious happening bOdyIa on tho C 0 who had been murdered for his money was placed on the track of the Cabin Creek branch of that road last week The body was found too lato to prevent a loco motive striking it ADMITS CRIME AND CLEARS FRIENDIsom Cox a young man from Estill Co returned from Hamil ton Ohio and going to the courthouse at Richmond confessed to having for ged a check on Thos Baker some time ago for 15 at Berea Wade Hurd was arrested a couple of weeks ago for the forgery and his trial was taking place Tuesday afternoon when Cox appeared and cleared him of the charges by saying that he had gone to Hamllon Ohio after cashing the forged check and had fallen in with the Salvation army and been convert ed upon which came back immediately to face the consequences of his crime He was released on 300 bond signed by several business men and allowed to go to his home in Estill Co to await his trial which Is set for Thurs day Jan 28 DRYS WIN GEORGETOWNAf- ter a long fight over the legality of the recent election the drys have won the first step in their campaign at Georgetown The case will probably i be appealed DANGER IN JJREATHITT There is dangerJor another outbreak between an and Deaton factions In Breathltt because of an attack made on Calllhau by some Dcatons Monday Callihan was trying to float somo when the othcrn came along and 111 is said drove him away Both are said to have asked warrantssidesI HARD FOR Largely thru tho effort of the bootIleggersthese days James Arena has been fined 1400 and given 140 days in Jail W J Phillips has been fined 1000 and 100 days Jas Turner W j C Myers Ganey Powell and a tuna named Gibbs have also been sent the hard road Corbin was slow In gett makIIngWlllson who called on tho President in Washington Monday is greatly worried over the preparations for the Lincolns Day celebration which the President is to attend here in this state next month Little work has been done in preparation and it looks as if it would be Impossible to care for the thousands who wero expect ed to come and who would have to be taken three miles over what Is now a mud road Unless the Lincoln Farm Association which is managing the affair moves quickly the Gover nor will probably be forced to issuo a proclamation advising all except official visitors to stay away from tbe celebralon FIREMAN KILLEDEd Lafferty fireman on tho train going north from hero last Thursday morning rt 401 was killed by falling from the engine near Ford The engineer did not miss him till tho train had gone some distance and then backed up and found him Prof flame of Berea was on tho train- DnADLEYRODERTS FIGHT Thero is a great fight going on between Sen Bradley and Editor Sam Roberts of The Lexington Leader It Is of little importance except that it shows Bradleys Intention of going after all the men that fought for Taft Bradley Is denying most of the things that his friends gave him credit for at that time He even says that he never opposed Taftlll 10 The Wonderful Land Jy Byron IVilli1ll1l1I A wonderful wonderful land I know II hidden away In the sunset Rlowt With turrets and oiblei amt pillar while It stands In thE sky at the hour of nIght Alt many and many a time have I Fared forth to tills wondertul land on Iilfilii Oh many a time I have watched It bloom From out of the dusk of the twilight gloomtAnd many a time I ImvB seen the spires Rise up like the flames of celestial Ah golden and dazzling the city stands A crimson resort In the sunset lands I And there In the gardens are fragrant flowers With Love and the Graces beneath the bowers I And ever the fountains of deware spilled In streams that are limpid and silver Ailed And ever the butterfly sails the air Off there In the land of the sunset fair V wonderful land Is the crimson West That lies like a gem on the evenings hrenst- Maroons and Venetians and purples too ire blended and fused with the twilight hue Mi fitful the glow of the place Is spread And uftenlt flames Ikea prairie reds i Oh wonderful land of the sunseLsky Poise here with your car R8 It hurries by tad let me aboard for a cruise to you A cruee through the clouds and the tur fjuolse blue Ind oft to the wonderful land ofdreams The rose colored land where the sunset gleams l f i THINGS TO THINKOFiEducate the hearts of the people It Give in your schools rewards to the good boys not to tho smart ones ItGod gives tho intellectthe boy should not be rewarded for that- I The great danger of our country Is from its smart men Educate the heart Hiram Powers Diligence is the mother of good luck Benjamin Franklin The heights by great men reached and kept Wero not attained by sudden flight But they while their companions sleptWere tolling up ward In the night Longfellow Success does not so much depend on eternal help as on self reliance Lincoln It Is the trying not the result of trying that counts I If you faint In the day of adver sity thy strength is small Solomon Tomorrows burdens always prove too much for todays back am only one II I am one cannot do everything but I can do somethinGIWhat I can do I ought to do And what I ought to do by the grace of God I will do No man Is born In this world whoso work Is not bornwith him James Russell Lowell Seek to do your work In your day Benson t Never trouble another for what you can do for yourself j i Is It rainy little flower Be glad of rain Too much sun would wither thee Twill shine again The clouds are very thick tis true But just behind them smiles the blue Art thou weary tender heart Be glad of pain In sorrow sweetest things will grow As flowers In rain God watches and thou wilt have sun When clouds their perfect work have done wrir + v+ vArt H t j The Versatile Roguei t By George Barton Frank Macy Born in Freeport Ill Is Doubtful Hero of One of Superintendent Froests Investigations j 1 d rn rrtnlm1C11tf pf a versatile rogue a man whoso ad venturous careerLeaps At a bound from Chicago to Capo Town and ivhose criminal his t tory 13 a part of tho polloo archives of Now York Chicago London Paris Vienna and Ilcrlln Beginning as a prototype of the Artful Dodger he has Bono from pocket plcking to bunco steering and h then run tho entire gamut of crime topping only providentially perhaps at murder Frank Mncy tho doubtful hero of this queer story was born at Freeport 111 There are many old residents in that place who Bllll recall him as a precocious babY a smart boy and a clover youth Froeport soon proved to be too small to satisfy his bulging genius but oven before ho left his birthplace fao mado little excursions from tho paths of virtue which in the boy aro so often prophetic of tho mans carper Wbon he reached mans bstato ho was tall and as straight as an Indian He had coalblack hair and a sallow complexion which lighted up brightly whenever ho was In a humor to be affable with his feUow man It was in Chicago that Frank Macy first distinguished himself In crime A llltlo morO than a dozen years ago an advertisement appeared in the Chica GO papers stating that a wealthy widow about to tako a long trip abroad was willing to soil her favor Ito horse Dobbin After the money had been paid and within 24 hours Dobbin began to undergo a most curious transforma ion What had boon a magnificent specimen of horseflesh began to show strange signs df decrepitude Ho surly eled up as It wore It scorns almost impossible to properly describe this marvelous transformation in moro words Tho scene now shifts from Chicago Traalgarb1 London correspondent of an paper standing of this hostelry ho was 1Amcrlcan to eollrs old Umo Gyp Racy enter and place on the bot register Macy t t r e HlJEPOSUOP dTf21lO2- Pro ozlWazMOF mFLJESBi4NP lGN XHEJ2E 1915 HE D looked prosperous lie was dressed in swagger style wore a long coat car Lied a heavy cane and bad a sunburst of diamonds reposing amidst the folds of a bloodred cravat in fact he looked too vulgarly rich to bo true Wilkie consulted tho hotel register and found that his erstwhile criminal friend had registered as Frank Lacy Tho change of attire and the assumed name were suspicious and the Ameri can lost no time in going to the telo phone and calling up Frank Freest one of the brightest detectives in Scotland Yard Wllklo told Freest that it might be worth his while to como up to Lows and have a look at the latest addition to the American invasion of London Not long after tho meeting in Lows Exchange nil London became excited over whnt was called tho Cutlass Mystery It began when a well dressed elderly gentleman of consid arable wealth was found on the side walk with his head badly cut and the blood flowing from several saber wounds He said ho had no recollec lion of how bo camo to bo in such a plight and resolutely declined to give the police any information upon the subject Two days later another man was found similarly wounded and in tho same condition Ho was not as closemouthed as the first individual and wont so far as to say that his misfortune was tho result of a card party In which ho had participated the previous night lie was unable however to give tbo locality of the house having been taken thoro by an obliging cabby whom be bad sought with a request to bo conveyed to some place where ho could satisfy his de sires to daIly with tho goddess of chance In less than 24 hours from this tlmo still another man was found with two saber cuts about his head and then the Cutlass Mystery became the reigning sensation of Lon donThe next chapter in the history of this curious rogue occurred at the lit tie watering place of Margate A mu steal instrument dealer of London was taking his holiday at this resort and was enjoying himself in a manner such as la possible only to a London tradesman As be was strolling along tho strand ho camo face to face with Lacy who was then a fugitive from Justice Ho grasped him by the coati y i Mr Lacy he exclaimed I am so glad to see YOU Why asked Lacy Why retorted the other because now you will pay mo for the mandolin you bought from me about a month agoLacy laughed You will pay me wont you cried the dealer hysterically You wouldnt rob a poor man would you Fade away said the versatile rogue Im bavin mo holiday now and I cant be disturbed by vulgar tradesmenLacy realized tho mis tako he bad made and learning the character of the telegram that had been sent to Scotland Yard made quick preparations for shortening his vacation at the cozy seashore resort Ho acted with characteristic disregard of conventionalities He summoned a fisherman and hired him to take him out In a small boat and hailed a Cu- tie liner which was bound for South Africa By the aid of a clever cock and bull story ho induced tho cap tain to tako him aboard and boforo tho Scotland Yard man reached Mar gate Lacy was calmly sailing the sea on his way to Cape Town Superintendent Freest immediately telegraphed to tho authorities at Capo Town describing Lacy and instruct- Ing them to apprehend the man on his arrival at that port Lacy managed to get ashore and strolled about tho Af rican city admiring tho botanic gar- dena and the astronomical observatory with tho enthusiasm of a tourist whose only desire is to profitably while away an Idle hour Ho was in spcctlng the flue new docks of the place when tho agent of Scotland Yard clapped his hand on bin shoulder and placed him under arrest Lacy submitted with perfect good grace and was formally lodged in Jail at Cape Town Arrangements were made to have him returned to England the tot lowing day But alas his satisfaction was pre mature for the daring Lacy Jumped off tho train while it was in motion and disappeared in the depths of a South African forest Tho officer had the train stopped at the next station and with the assistance of several other men made a search of the woodsThey finally located their man In an empty house a few miles from tho point where ho had Jumped from k d c How the Bulging Genius of This Lad Became Too Large for His Homo Town How He Spread It Out and His Ultimate Down fallThis Is a True Story the train Ho was arrested for keeps this tlmo taken back to Lon don tried sentenced and Imprisoned After ho had served his time he started on a tour of the continent ac companied by a mysterious blondo woman who passed as his wife Ho played cards engaged In tho pastime of bunco steering and varied these performances occasionally by assum tag the part of tho wronged husband Ho had a schemo by which the bank could be broken and offered to show the man how be could take a thou sand dollars and come out with a profit of ton thousand Tho man ac cepted this glowing offer but Instead of going to tho house that was deslg nated ho notified the District police and the versatile rogue WM once more arrested this time under the name of Frank Tracy He was re leased on ball however and soon after again sought tho historic atmosphere of London His latest exploit Is really deserve lag of a chapter In itself but because of lack of space must be condensed into a few paragraphs Superintend eat Freest who was always on the lookout for queer characters learned that Tracy as he now called himself was la London 21 hours after be had sot his feet on English soil He In structed his aabordlnatcs to bo on the lookout for Tracy but otherwise did TO gtvo much thought to the man One morning tho telephone bell at Scotland Yard rang and the votco of an excited Individual who proved to be a clerk In a banking bouse near Loadenhall street Informed the ai thortUea that a thief bad entered the Institution that morning and robbed one of Its depositors of l200 Thereon much excitement a crowd had gathered In tho corridors and In the confusion the thief bad escaped with thomoneyPardon me said tho stranger but you have dropped ono of your notpsTho depositor glanced at tho floor on the other sido of the desk and sure enough there was a bank note Thaak you be replied gratefully and stooped down to pick up the odd note The act only consumed two or three seconds but when tho depositor straightened np and was about to add tho missing note to his pile bo found to his amazement that the original package of money had gone and with It the stranger He gave the alarm and rushed out of the bank but when bo reached tho street the crowd was so groat that it was Impossible to find manWhen Superintendent Freest received nows of tho theft he immedi ately dlspttched ono of his men to tho bank but not satisfied with this ho resolved to go there in person as soon as he bad finished tho work In his private office at Scotland Yard That only consumed a few minutes and at Its completion Mr Freest pulled down tho top of his rolldesk and hurtled towards Leadenball street At Oldgate where CornhUI and Leadenball street converge bo saw a tall welldressed man hurrying along amidst the crowd It did not tako him many seconds to recognize the mo as his old friend the versa tile rogue who had lived successively under the titles of Frank Mncy Frank Lacy and Frank Tracy Instinctively tho superintendent associated the fel low with the theft of tho bonk In Leadenhall street Ho walked up and took Tracy by tho arm My dear friend he saidUI would like you to go down to the office with mo and have a talk over old times Tracy made no resistanceIndeed- this was characteristic of tho man Tho moment an officer of tho law touched him be surrendered without a struggle The two men proceeded to Scotland Yard and Tracy when searched was found to possess the 4Z200 which had been stolon from the depositor In tho bank that morning Ho was tried for that offense convict ed and nerved his time The versatile roguo Isatllborty onco again and for the tlmo being Ir honoring the United States with his presence This brief sketch is not offered as a story of his life It li what It purports to beit fragment from tho life of a versatile rogue Copyright U08 by TV 0 Chapman 1 OLD MAN REFLECTS SOME PERTINENT OBSERVATIONS BY MR GROUCH In This Case He Takes Note of Thirds Women Say About Their Hus bands Liver Tonic About What He Needs Although oho knows perfectly well that you can bo tbo wooziest kind of a sentimentalist oven on occasions when you Bro unfed sho will per sistently work in that frazzled moss covered promldlom Tho WRY to a mans heart lies through his stomach Let hor Theyd die If doprlyod of their favorite wheezes ot which this Is a sample She tells you that before you woro married you were only too eager to stoop down and Uo her shoos lace when It became untied on tho street Now however youoryouWell prisoner at tho bar what have you to say to that Guilty as Indicted Re manded for sentence She Is fond of quoting the somewhat pulpy tremolo music observations of tho emotional typo of famous men about how much they owe of their greatness to their mothers Beware this deadfall She wants you to pay a llltlo tribute to your mother so that she can ray But mercy sakes alive you dont call yourself great do you She Insist upon telling you every word of what Mrs Gltapp said and what she herself said In reply And you rest your book In your lap and pretend to bo profoundly Immersed In her somewhat plffly and pointless oar ratlvoDut begin to tell her something In which you yourself arc peculiarly In created and observe how quickly shell got Into an unhearing trance or stare out of tho window or start to play with the kitten or something Sho never forgets to remind sou particularly when youre In a blfiho chirpy humor about how that gloom creating bald spot of yours seems to bo spreading every day But Just you happen to mention thooo telltale hot lows that are beginning to appear at tho sides of her chin nnd see what happens thats nil Merely mention by way of making talk that hor Justdeparted callor ape geared to possess n somewhat high pitched mucus voice and shell Instantly declare that Its a perfect shame and degradation the way you positively loathe and despise all of her friends and that pretty soon Itll got so that everybody I know will be afraid to como near me Drop downtown Just ono evening by yourself and at breakfast the next morning youll have an ovenmoney chance of hearing that old old plaint I must bo becoming perfectly hldeows or something for you never tako mo anywhere any moro Shell sit In a bad light of an evening and embroider a shirtwaist un ill her eyes are all bnt dropping out of her head But ask her to sow a but ton on your pajamas and shell toll thlbuttonsEver notice how sho positively de lights In telling tho prettiest women that como to your homo how terrifically you snore Chicago Journal Fact and Fiction Well Well Is this Uncle Charlie Soavcr greeted tho city visitor Im glad to see you and hopo to have a very ploasant ride out to the farm In your old buckboard behind the bay team If there Is anything I have counted on It is tho pleasure of a rldo over these mountain roads on tbo farm buckboard behind tho old team Erryes this Is Undo Charllo Scaver though I aint nowlso an undo yet drawled Undo Charlie as ho crushed the city visitors fingers In his horny hand Glad you como Youll have a good time Im sorry though to disappoint yo fust oft about that buckboard but I think youll nnd this 40horsepower car pretty comfortable The old buckboard followed tho mort gage five years ago como these good prices for crops Bohemian A Mean Trick I understand that there was trouble over at your houso last night There certainly was Anything secret about IU goesITennessee wears trousers which con mytUorWell Well my wire wrestled with them In the dark for an hour then she examlnlfdthemby laughedlbFn Quite Marvelous choerfulIdiottho world to tell whether n man is bythoI never thought of that said tho diCCerencoIt Irt Just this way ho went on carrlcshisstation and when ho Is comnlg back he carries It in tho other direction His Course coursedoThe Savage Chief Oh tho ordinary one youll follow the flab Sketch v 144 nnHp p TODACCO HURTS THE BODY JThe Nicotine Attacks the Vital Organs as Does Alcohol t Tho effect of tobacco oa the human frame Is hardly different from that produced by alcohol says a writer In La Lcttura Like alcohol nicotine has Its object of attack In tho vitalyparts of the body alcohol Invariably attacking tho liver and tho kidneys nnd through them the heart nlcollno proceeding on entering the system to affect directly the action of tho heartfti feel firIndulgenceIt a sensible acceleration In tho lation of tho blood Indicated by the beating of the heart and the throbbing r of the pulse In addition to these symptoms tho excessive smoker id conscious of a general sweat upon tbo forehead and tho moro senstltlve portions of theXbody accompanied by enervation t oral languor and Irritability All these are sure signs that the nervous system Is suffering from nicotine poisoning 7 and a continuance of tbo habit after these conditions have declared them selves cannot but lead to such phys teal and mental prostrations as aro symptomatic of drugtaking In many cases the hardening or calcification of the arteries pipestem arteries is to bo traced to the fact that nice tine destroys the natural lubricating fpowers of the gastric Jttloo or saliva and precipitates In contact therewith the mineral properties in the blood which consequently gives the arterial 11 IlngThough clans that half tho dyspeptic troublesIkcommon among men proceed from an I Indulgence In oversmoking It in note 11 denied that moderation In tho may have a beneficial effect upon the e system even as certain members of 5 the faculty declare that a moderate allowance of alcohol In Rood for the i I system As CrlchtonBrown the Eng p lish neurologist declares however 4 advice as to smoking may very prop erly be taken by any person who wish es to drop or continuo the habit There are certain systems which do not easily throw off tbe effects of nice tine and the enjoyment derived from a quiet smoke Is no criterion of Its bcneflclallty upon the body wha eerxgood may bo wrought temporarily I upon the mind The same Is to be said of alcohol for says tbo earns eminent authority thorn aro systems which cannot throw off the poisons of alcohol and tobacco or either no m tItter how little they appear to show effects There Is no donut says the neurologist that there aro ablebodied r and strongminded mon whose moods and irritabilities aro solely referable to the fact that they Indulge oven with extreme moderation In alcohol or tobacco If they avoided thom altogeth er they could boast of perfect health both of mind and body In tho case of habitual smokers of the weed It Is h Interesting to note that tho Italian writer Is of opinion that should they wish to cease the habit and decide to do so suddenly and abruptly tho of fect Is as bad upon tho system ns Is tho sudden cessation of all alcoholic tonics by those accustomed to con sumo them Tho process of no Menial must bo n graduated one or there Is rdanger In store for tho solfabnegant HURTS BUSINESS 1 The Connection Between Drink and Trade Depression Presiding recently at a bazar held TyneSir i shipbuilder said that ns ho travelOdIthere by motor car through villages ho was struck by tho largerlamount of brewers traffic there was on the toad That suggested that trade was not iu such a depressed state as many of thorn Imagined Ho had never before seen BO many brow ers drays on the same road Drink was a serious stumbling block In tho progress of tho country As a business l- man ho said It was Impossible to amongtheworld with such a heavy national drink bill Such a statement presents n strong w contrast to the official reports recent M brewingtradowngrade The exports from Scot land appear to have been practically stationary amounting during tbu first threequarters of the year to 121857 I barrels as compared with 124113 barrels In 1007 To Prohibit Drinking Among Students Tho faculty of Michigan univer sity has adopted resolutions aimed at time different drinking clubs This Is cojloges Ia most dangerous usage Many groat IegislntIng students and tho general woii being of lames under their control Shows Big Increase Last year tho prohibition vote IB Connecticut was 5113 out of a total vote of 189003 2000 raoto than this nollconso elements havq nor polled In that state 7 t7 nQy jKYGOOD SHEEP BARN WHERE I AND HOW TO BUILD IT 7I L Select High Dry Location Mistake of Keeping Sheep Too w p Warm Must Be Avoided w v The Darn Complete When lu poaUire sheep will always tion and if set on posts they shouli fttcp on Uio highest and driest parts be heavier Doors aro all four tee 1 the field This should bo kept in wide and those that are used by the mind in selecting tho Bite for a sheep sheep should be sliding Windows art shod Warm close sheds ore likely to The Grand Young Mon of the sen bo Injurious to tho health of tho sheop 3 feet wide and 4 feet high In tht- aa tho temperature of their blood Is center of tbo sheep apartment there 4high and tbo fleece kocps in the body aro douhlo doors 10 feet wide When Crowding U to bo avoided cspc both are opened and the center post duly at the feeding rack Tho ac removed a wagon can bo driven cominnylnij plan which Is from the through to removo manure Tho feed booklet Practical Farm Buildings rocks are all permanent ns thero IE by r W herd ei Sou Hamilton OntI no necessity for their removal and 1II rqt raq r sl4no onlto N MIIH4III IoftlII t I u RotK I Q i1JIi RCIIi paMuadno I rt 0 i Hood I PtIb roq gt fKM AT O LAMM lIix I The Ground Plan 47S thowo A building 40 feet wide and GO they form a wall for the pnumgo way feet long It Is In two stories tho which runs through the center Tho 1 Ural being DiGit feet high and tho see loft will give storage space sufficient i w for fodder for the sheep I Light for Hgs Darkness and i health in the hog business aro novel i found In the same place Tho mortal enemy of all disease germs U tho Ii tbright sunlight and tblfl nt some Umo 11 or other should have access to every tJf Icornerof tho foal lot and breeding pens Darkness brings dampness dampness brings on bad health nnd I isthelosses sustained from this source are hard to estimate The Frame PlanSecond Crop CloverSecond crop clover hay ted alone to western sheep and six feet from tho floor to Ibo has given bettor results at lambing paves Tho sills ore C Inches by 8 Inch time than any of tho other feeds tried rr resting preferably on atono founJa oven clover hay and grain included 1Vherkc 1abloto lore the hogs fattened and for market at about fivo and one halt or six months of age desiredifmost profitable age to market In order to meet tho requirements ot the The ago at which hogs should bo market would bo about eight to ton fattened will depend more or less months Hogs of this ago should upon tho market demands and the weigh in tho neighborhood of 300 to locality In some countries and In SCO pounds As a general rule how silffurcnt sections of tho same countryover It may bo stated that the great we find that there nro differences In and especially tho most oconom the market demands As a general Ipitl gains nm made on fhn younger i rulo In this country tho fat animals This Is ono point In favor hog hue been the most popularor tho bacon hog I When auoh Is the case it Is better to Tho season of the year at which market hogs nt the weight of from the fattening should bo done will de T i 300 to 400 pounds These seem to pond upon various conditions In a moot with the most popular favor of great many Instances hogs are tat tho buyers toned during the fall and early winter In other sections of tho country In other Instances they are fattened and1 In other markets whore tho bacon during the spring and early summer V type of hog is preferred over the fat Generally speaking the most econom or lard hog they must bo marketed atcal gains can bo made during the Thothopounds Titer do not reQulro to be wormIn tact about right for thenearly us rut as the tat or lard hog still ou the other hand a bacon bog best gains In real cold weather n Is by no means a thin animal They considerable amount ot the feed is should have a covering of about one used for tbo production of heat to sup Inch of tnt over tho back They ply the heat required for the main should bo deep sided and long sided tenance of tho animal body A Good Portable Feed Rack r a 4r y E Observe That This Long Feed Rack U Constructed on Wheels Thus Making i it Easy to Place Anywhere In the Feed Lot It Also Avoids tho Neces sity of Unloading the Hay as the Rack Can Bb Hauled to the Hay Stack Filled and Then Left In the Feed Lot Wherever Dcilrcd 1- wn 1 DEAL LIGHTLY WITH THE DUNCE Reasons Why Some Children Simply Cannot Learn A small cater ot French doctors Is at present studying school children and has at the moment under its es pedal observation that infantile phe nomenon known as the dunce The existence of tho dunco is frequently to bo attributed they declare to faulty hygienic environment unsuitable food or tactless treatment Incidentally they assert that a disposition for mathematical studies is no criterion of a capacity for original or vigorous thought and that the ability to deal with numbers is often observable in tho very weak of mind says the New York World Tho dunce they say Is often anything but a dunce Tho poor child may suffer from weakness of sight or Incipient deafness and his teachers tall to note tho fact Morbid shyness and selfconsciousness often charac teristic In children are tho socalled dullards inability to learn All chll drop do not progress with the same alertness The phenomenon of grownups who are ten years behind their ago in regard to mentality haD been noted by all physicians Corvlsart Napoleons doctor declaring that these minds often prove tho finest when they reach their maturity and that the fact of their backwardness la Invariably a sign that a rlpo old ago will bo reached The personal character of children say these French doctors requires to bo trained In respect to pluck initia tive nnd interest beforo tho purely mental attributes can bo expected to Can Into play Children who evince a dislike to play should be taught that success In play and kindred matters is tho surest guaranty ot success in the great game of life later on Par titular taro must bo taken In the selection of schcxilo and schoolsur roundings for children who are un usually fat or overgrown or who show a tendency to be what is known ns old fashioued When children are likely to becomo the butts of their companions parents cannot bo too careful In deciding as to how they snail bo trained Observation nnd tho advice of physical attributes aro tho safest guides If tho rearing of whole somo men and women be aa it should bo tho end of early education Old Cy Loves the Maxuma Cy Young tho grand old Trojan among baseball men is said to be one of the most economical men in the business Unglaub the new player that Washington recently secured from Boston tells this story on YoungIt that when tho Boston club was in Cleveland which is not very many miles from Cy Youngs big farm Cy wished to telephone somo instruc tions to his farm manager and be jc sorted to the long distance telephone as a means of quick communication While Cy was telephoning Unglaub and McConnell happened to stroll up to tho telephone booth When Young had ceased talking and was getting tho necessary change out of his pocket to pay for his message McConnell who is a youngster just fresh from col lego said to Young Consider tho long distance tele phono Yes broke ta Young with a wry expression on his countenance as ho began counting hIs change and see how quickly It makes you short dentsHow Pre Death came to presidents and former presidents ot tho United States in tho following ways Washingtons death was duo to acute laryngitis Adams Madison and Monroe practically to old age Jefferson chronic diarrhea John Quincy Adams paraly sis Jackson dropsy Van Burcn catarrhal affections of tho throat and lungs William Henry Harrison pleurisy Tyler cause of death not given by biographers Polk cholera Tay lor cholera morbus combined with a severe cold Fillmore paralysis Pierce dropsy Buchanan rheumatic gout Lincoln Garfield and McKInley assassinated Johnson paralysis Grant cancer at the root of tho tongue Hayes neuralgia of tho heart Arthur heart trouble Benjamin liar rison pneumonia and Grover Cleve land heart failure following a complication of diseases Honored by the Mikado Prof Abby Leach was presented by tho mikado with a golden cup a mark of great honor Miss Loach Is a mem bet of the fellowship committee ot the American school at Athens and vice president of tho school and college organization of the middle states She was the first Raddllffo student then Harvard annex but took her degrees as Vassar later studying at the Uni versity of Lclpsic Tho cup is the first sent by tho Japanese emperor to a w man and Is in recognition of bur service to education HeHaa One Youd feel flattered if I were to tell you what Miss Pert said about you at the ball last night What was IU Shu said you looked as if you had something on your mind Stayed Away Did you 30 to the theater last weekNo Nobody told mo there was any thing I ought not to see Washington Star Good Advice What would you ndvlBi a man to do when ho loses his hair Quit thinking about It f The Trialof I Peter and John Saaday School Lesion for Jta 31 1909 Spsdallj Arranged for This Paper LRBSON TEXT Acta 452 Memory yeses 11 1- OOIDEN TEXT Tlioy were vll flllod with the Holy Qhoit and they spake the word of God with boldness TIME Tho same afternoon aa the last lellon nnd the following morning A few weeks or months possibly a year or moro after Pentecos- tPLACESSolomons porch In tho tem pIe court a prison the hall of the san hedrim near the temple a private room In tho city- Comment and Suggestive Thought Tlu miracle of healing the well known lame beggar Peters sermon proclaiming Jesus as tho expected Aleslab and charging the Jews espe cially their rulers with the crime ot murdering him but calling on them to repent and be saved and the fact that thousands became the disciples ot Jesus and joined the new enthusiastic community all this aroused the lead ers to put a stop to this religion which was turning the world upside down 1 Tho Jewish authorities found that tho new religious movement was tho Installation of a new station fo the distribution of currents of mile cntial opinion and they determined to cut the wires and stop the flow oi the current but tho only results wore a shock to themselves and more power and more lights 2 Fools they thought If they could but wring the neck of the crowing cock it would never bp day While these 5000 wero all Jews they were something more a new stamp was on them Stlfler a new perfume a new atmosphere wa around them a new light shone in their characters They became now forces In the world There was som- such change In them as transforms Peter and John the fishermen intc apostles who changed the taco of worldThe Comfort of the Imprisons Apostles Tho speakers went to pris on their words took wings and fiew to the uttermost parts of the earth Here is a beautiful marvel What v tallty Is In a spoken word No won der that men like Joubert and Emerson toll like slaves to put a though into perfect language Who wont not bo content to go to prison or tc death if he could leave something llk the Twentythird Psalm or tho Beat tudos or tho thirteenth chapter of Corinthians as his legacy to th- world 1 Behind those prison bars apostles comforted themselves by r membcrlng that they had utterei words which would not return to Jesu Christ void but would accomplish tin work whereunto ho had sent them Charles Frederic Goss The hall of the sanhedrim accord log to both the latest great cyclop- dins was within the temple court sanhedrim sat la a semicircle wit- the president in the center while op posite were threo benches for th scholars of tho sanhcdrisls who thu practically learned law V 8 Then Peter filled with thi Holy Ghost In fulfillment o Christs promise Mitt 1019 20 Thus Peter was given courage ti speak the truth and guided to th choice of the right things to say ant the best way of saying them This was his first experience In speakini before this august assembly and he an unlearned fisherman may well hav- quailed before such a tribunal wit such power over his fortunes eve while he rejoiced at the opportunity to preach the Gospel to them Peter filled with the Holy Ghost Is a thousand Peters Peter multiplied by th very Deity Petern straw blow- away by the mocking wind by himself But Peter filled with the Holy Ghost was a man ot war a mighty captain soldier not to be put down clothe with heavenly panoply eloquent will heavens thunder gracious with benv ens love Ye rulers an elders Peter la respectful but theai very titles imply that they should b leaders In every good work nnd favo all that would help the people V 11 This is tho stone which wa set at nought of you builders Peter opiJIca to the sanhedrim thi Psalm 11822 which he had hear tbo Master use to a deput lon fro this same sanhedrim This symbol ma imagery seems to have been drawl from ono of the stones quarried hewn and marked away from the site of th temple which the builders ignorant o the bead architects plans or flndlni on it no mark had put on one side a having no place in the building bu which was found afterward to be tba on which tho completeness of th structure depended the head of thi eorlleron which as tho chief cot nor stone tbo two walls met and wen bonded together Plumptre V 23 On their return to their a company they all joined In a hymi of praise quoting Pea 1400 and Psn 21 2 perhaps singing the whole of these psalms Past deliverances Gods people gavo Assurance of tr uuiph now- Friendly Enemies In a sermon b Rev W C Piggott in the London Sunday School Chronicle on Frlendl Enemies I find theso words SOl row pain trial are real enemies of man and the perfect life which h bopes for cannot come till these ar banished but often thoso things 1 life which seem most evidently hostll to our pence may bo our prolectioi against greater evils We learn not only obedience w learn joy Itself through the thing which WQ suffer andn1a modern wril erhas said the tear of the Lord Is th beginning of pleasure rr 1g55 Berea College 1908 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEON PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach ofallf Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed with others like himself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will YouEnter 1 THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Samo lecture library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Bible textrTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches Tho most practical and Interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course so that a young roan may secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady In Homo Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as tall and winter terms Is very profitable Smalls extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATOFY 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Gor eman Algebra History Science otc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern method Thee highest educational standards FirstIcertificate Following years winter and spring terms give the Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces tnary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice OuHure Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra in connection with any course Small extra t fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Bercn College Is not a moneymaking institution All the money re 1celved from students is paid out for their benefit and the School expends 0on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year Moro than ho pays peopleowomends 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 may be sick tho College provides doctor and nurso without extra charge andoand shops receiving train hin and getting pay according to the valuo of theIr labor Except In win it is expected that all will have a chance to earn ns much 03 35 cents e Socrctarybetoroa one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage book etc vary I with different people Bcrea favors plain clothing Our climate la the best but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes aro necessary The Coopera o tlve Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas And other necessary articles at cost 1 nOTentjtorrent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding inh ing of bedding 40 cents a week In tall and spring RO cents in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposltas guarantee for return of room key library books etc This Is paid but once and Is returned e when tho student departs nSecond an Incidental Feet to help on expenses for caro of school build ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services ol teachers all our Instruction is a free gift Tho Incidental Feo for most a students is 500 a term 400 in lower Model Schools 000 In courses with Latin and 700 in Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE incidental fee and room rent by the term board by the half term Installments aro as follow- sWINTER12 d weeks 2900fu one payment 2850 o Installment plan first day 2100 Including 100 deposit middle oi r term 900- SPRING10 weeks 2250ln one payment 2200 S Installment plan first day 1075 Including 100 deposit middle ol term 675- SPRING4 weeks term for thoso who must leave for farm work 940 SPRING 7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers ex amlnatlons 1645 Winter and Spring terms together one payment 4DOO REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end of a f term receive back for money advanced as follows ofet a week t- Ont room or on any special expenses noallowAnceforany ones S ptrcd fraction of n month and In any case a forfeiture of fifty cents On Incidental Fee when one leaves before tho middle of the term a certificate is given allowing a student to apply onehalt tho fee for term bills C when he returns provided it is within four terms = hellyrnpays as poss The first day of Winter term Is January C 1909 The first day of Spring term is March 2th 1909 1For information or friendly advice write to time Secretary yWILL C GAMBLE PEREA KENTUCKY That Premium Knife e takes the eyes of the men anti boys wile sec Thq mountain jwopje like a good thing when they see it and to gcfa 71 r with two blades of razor steel and n dollar paper that fs yrortli nloretothe pioun e tain people than any other dollar paper in the world cThe Knife and The Citizen for 125 v J a9ht brings Su subscriptions all the time If you have Dol got if you Sunlit loIaYl y r IN WASHINGTON Necessary Work Delayed While Con grass Splutters at PresidentSen- ate Tired of Both Tillman and For akerMoney Bills Being Rushed Washington D C January 18 1909 Congress has spent so much time scolding the President that It Is We A In passing even the regular and ne cessary appropriation bills providing V money to run the government Thl past week It has worked pretty steadily i at that business and accomplished some results On Saturday the Naval Affairs Committee brought In a report favoring two monster battleships and an enlarged appropriation for the Navy If this 135600000 bill does not go through It will carry a rider aimed at Roosevelt and ordering that the socalled Marine Corps shall serve on board ships Instead of on land as Roosevelt ordered last fall This action of Congress is useless becauseI the President Is Commander in Chief of the Navy and moreover because he never ordered that the Marines should not serve on ships when they are needed there The size of the bill means that Am erica will probably Jump In first rank among the worlds naval powers An other thing that will help the Navy Is the change of system in running- It At present there are seven separate Bureaus utterely Independentg of one another and very jealous of one another They often work at cross purposes Mr Newberry now Secre tary of the Navy wanted to have the r chiefs of these Bureaus meet together every week in a general council with several other officials so asto lay plans to work together But Roose velt has decided that the Bureau I cacy could have too much eayso under this plan and he is arranging to have a general council which will not take In these selfimportant chiefs but will advise the Secretary Independently on how the Department ought to be operated to get the best re jisuits The members of this new Com mission number such great men as Admiral Dewey Captain Maban and former Secretary Paul Morton They are meeting frequently and deciding j on the best form which their organlz ation shall take NOT MUCH IN PARKBOARD Another bill which Congress Is now ready to pass is that dealing with s River and Harbor Improvements The r members wanted to spend 80000000 for such uses and a majority of the J Committee voted to report such a bill y Fortunately Chairman Burton believe k J that suqh expenditure in tho face 1a t of our present poverty and hard times c would be bad policy and ho rose up in the Committee room and told his 1Commltteo that in spite of their vote he would not report any such waste W U Y bill and would not prepare It The members immediately and shamefacedly knuckled under for none of has the ability to prepare a r1themand they could not pass it thru House against Burtons opposi anyhow So there will be a 10000000 bill to carryon the work f now In progress under what Is known rfi as the continuing contract system ROOSEVELTri will not pass any Sundry Civil Appropria tion Bill because they are afraid that Roosevelt will veto it for not contain ing any appropriation for Secret Service But Roosevelt Is not that sort of man to do such an act for the country needs the passage of the bill so that government business may proceed The rumor doubtless grows out of the unearthly slowness of Congress in taking up the bill The Legislative Executive and Judicial Bill carrying increased salaries for the President VIcePresident and Speaker ti of the House is acceptable to the House because both the Speaker and Vice President elect Sherman are taken care of in It But It is being held up in the Senate where Democratic filibustering under Borah of Idaho promises to delay it indefinite ly BOTHERED OVER MONEYI Money matters are bothering the legislators a good deal Senator Hopkins who is understood to speak for Roosevelt has Just Introduced a bill to extend the permlssablo bond Issue for the Panama Canal from 133000 000 to 500000000 Thus it Is admitt ed that the Canal will cost close to the latter amount of money Not all the bonds will be Issued at once but IItheywould be put out whenever re I quired Such an authorization would also furnish a ready means to expand Cr the countrys circulation whenever a panic arose The friends of the Postal Savings system are being suppressed by Sen ator Aldrich boss of the Senate I who hopes that public sentiment will J complete the change which IS now taking place and will permit the founding of a regular Bank of the w y L United States such as all other cIvi- lized nations except America now have If such a change should come soon it would perhaps do away with the postal banks and If not the latter I would be an additional complication I which the framers of tho new measure would have to meet Advocates of the savings banks think that they would furnish a basis on which to rely for precedent and guidance I when the time for a good national bank shall come- TARIFF PREPARATIONS- The tariff makers are wrestling with the question of whether to Impose a tax on coffee for tho sake of the revenue Just now there Is a complete control of coffee by some i New York firms and the Brazallai government 80 that these people could simply put up the price of cot I fee and make our people pay the tariff whereas ordinarily the com petition between foreign sellers would cause them to sell at the same price and pay the tax themselves But the coffee monopoly Is said to be very Insecure and coffee from other places than Brazil will soon be supplied In large enough quanltles to break the corner and then It would be the foreign sellers Instead of the American buyers who would pay the tax Probably the tax will be put on I The Democrats are getting together data with which to confute the Rep ublican tariff exponents The entire field of tariff revision has been farmed out among the various Democrats whose training warrants such a trust and It is thought that they will be 4 able to give some exciting debates on the question when it comes up utter Tafts inauguration They will not prepare a counterbill but will cpn tent themselves with trying to crltl else the Republican measures TILLMAN AND FORAKER IThe Tillman and Foraker scandal may be treated in a few words Washington Is sick of them and gives them little attention Tillmans speech of Monday was like an Impotent volcano which can spout nothing more solid than evil vapors On Tuesday ht called Attorney General Bonaparte a liar On Wednesday he complained that his mall was being tampered with On Thursday he delivered an other speech of sheer vilification in cluding Postmaster General Meyers with Bonaparte and Rosevelt as being guilty of malicious falsehoods The Senate does not want to Investigate his case The facts are apparant and they do not warrant criminal pro secution but look bad to the average honest man It is thought that Till man is beside himself with disease and with Jongstandlng jealousy of President Roosevelt He is demanding that his acts be investigated Senator Foraker harangued the Sen ate again on Tuesday about the dis charge of the Negro troops who are said to have raided Brownsville Little heed was paid to him although the Senate passed his resolution asking for an investigation of how the Presi dent spent the emergency fund of = 3000000 voted for President McKinley in 1899 Senator Foraker will pass out of the Senate next March to be succeeded by Theodore E Burton It is said that the negroes of the United States will employ Foraker as a lawyer to take their cases Into the courts and will give him 30000 for doing It This looks like easy money for Foraker but It is pretty bard on the negroes Inasmuch as their case has long since been practl cMly settled unfortunately perhaps 4FIGHT WITH PRESIDENT Congress fight with tho PresidentIi continues stubbornly There Investigation of the Secret Service because the special committee appoint ed for that purpose find It would take them many months to really investi gate and as a matter of fact they know that the service is all right But they have passed a bill permitting a Mis souri company to dam the Missouri River to get power for milling pur poses and since the President vetoed such a bill relating to the rainy last year it is evident that RIverI tend to rebuke him and against his policy Ho believes that I water power belongs to the people I and that its users should pay a license to the peoples government Consti tutionally his position may be queasy but there will be a fight of several years on the matter and Just now he has vetoed this bill Tho Senate is holding up the appointment of Dan J Keefo as Commissioner of Immigra tion made last December because it thinks that Roosevelt Is personally Interested in Mr Keefe Senator Sore the blind Senator from Okla homa Is leader in this Mr Gore who tends to be startling in his statements filled a discarded speaking ap pointment of Adam Bede the House funny man at Plttsburg this week and attacked Roosevelt in his speech The Senate also wants to investigate Roosevelts order relating to the site of the old Union Depot In Washing ton which It hopes may be proved to have been wrongful Another means of spiting Urn President is to refuse to appoint Assisant Secretary of State Bacon to fill out Mr Roots place for the last five weeks of the Roosevelt administration The Senate is also to probe the alleged mono polistic merger of the Tennessee Iron and Coal Company with United States Steel by Mr Roosevelts permission although It is not at all disturbed by the disclosure of the worldwide powder monopolistic trust by the De partment of Justice this week ROOSEVELTS LITTLE STUNT In the midst of all this hostility and rancor Roosevelt did a charac terestic act last Wednesday lie mounted his favorite horse at four oclock In the morning and with a few friends went on a good long hors back ride covering 98 miles In Virginia before his return that night Mr Roosevelt has Instructed the Attorney General to prosecute for llebcl the newspapers which charged the government with dishonesty in the Panama Canal sale The question is raised as to whether lIebel against the government is not sedition In stead of being mere felony actionable in law At any rate the President will make things lively for the papers In question Mr Roosevelt showed his fairness and his spirit of democracy last Thursday by recelvelng at the White House a party of leaders of organized labor including Gompers Mitchell and Morrison He joked with Compers about the way the latter had been jolted by him in the recent election In this connection it Is Interesting to note that Gompers Mitchell and Morrison will not ask for pardon frot their prison sentences If report s true but will prefer to pose as martyrs It has been Incorrectly stated that there Is a breach between Tart and Roosevelt Tart Is not appointing Roosevelt men to his Cabinet that Is allAmerica Is to have an Academy of Arts and Letters corresponding to the French Academy of Immortals if a bill Introduced by Senator Lodge Is passed and it may easily be This Is a splendid Idea it is said by those who are qualified to discuss the matter BIO LAND FRAUDS Startling information has come out of pig land frauds which the govern ment has unearthed and will proscout It Congress will furnish the necessary funds Secretary Garfield alleges that in the last few years public land worth 110000000 has been stolen 32000 separate crimes having been commltteed Ho cairo a million dollars to prosecute these It Is beginning to be whispered that it was In view of these frauds that Roosevelt made such a fuss over the secret service appropriation and that Congress after all that has taken place will not dare to refuse the money for these cases If that is what happened it shows that Roosevelt has as usual come out ahead In his little mixup with Congress Al WINS ABAIH Continued from First rage For the first time In several years Pres Frost was able to be present coming down from Louisville for the occasion lIe expressed himself as greatly pleased with the debate as well as the demeanor of the audience and congratulated the students on their showing The judges were as announced last week Except that Jerre Sullivan of Richmond failed to come and Supt Coates of the Richmond public school was chosen in his place The qusetlon as stated was RESOLVED That the tendency to ward centralization of power in the Federal government la dangerous to the best Interests of the Republic The affirmative held by Phi Delta was supported by D O Bowman Charley Flanery and L L Shadoln Alpha Zeta in the negative was represented by Marshall Vaughn A II Meese and Bodle Thompson Following Is a table showing tho average markings of the three judges AFFIRMATIVE Speaker Argument Eng Tola 75 25 100 por cost per cent per cent Bowman 708 223 931 Tanery 726 213 938 Shadoln 698 185 883 Total 2131 621 2752 Rebuttal hadoln 61 16 77 Total 2741 781 3522 NEGATIVE Vaughn 68 218 898 leese 73 227 957 Thompson 713 24 953 Total 2123 685 2806 Rebuttal Meese 4 73 23 96 Total 2858 916 3768 2741 781 3522 Difference 112 13 246 r IThe affirmative opened the debate with the idea that In spite of present prosperity or the naturalness or the necessity of some centralization does not change the fact that centralization i has gone beyond the danger line The emphasized that the danger might be averted that a tendency may or may afflrmI ative laid down five best 1the republic as fundamental and well i established They are these national and local affairs should receive care ful attention the three functions of government legislative executive and judiciary should be exercised independently power should never be cen tralized In the hands of a few individuals the dual form of government should not be Impaired the constitu tion should be held inviolate Each of these principles has been violated to a certain extent the affirmative held even to the point of danger TO- day serious Issues are not given careful l consideration In Congress because overIloadedconfused the president dictates to and criticizes theI leSls1latlveIssue Injunctions Power is into the hands of the Speaker passingI committeemen small commlssl ns and the president Overloading the federal government unbalances the dual sys tem exItentare salutary each contains significant elements of danger to the welfare if not tie perpetuation of the republic The negative took tho followin position The words centralization and dangerous were first defined a distinction being made between leg itimate centralization and centralization or usurpation Danger ous was defined as Involving a com- parIson of the good and the evil o this tendency since all forms of goy ernment are more or less imperfect the element of danger being always present From this standpoint the question would bo nondebatable b ing a matter of fact instead of an open question Upon this foundation the negative I developed their lino of argument hold Ing that the tendency toward centralization j of power In the Fedora danserjOUSt first because It is a natural tendency since it Is in direct reponso to the popular demand for larger and better national life and Is In harmony with j our territorial expansion our social I and economic growth and our political I development seconds because it doosIpolltlcaal welfare of the republic and tcnie theirJI terest which the state absolutely can not handle and which demand the assistance of the federal government J I A STATEMENT I The Kentucky AntiSaloon League asks Its constituents all over the commonwealth I to press the work In cir culating petitions to Ills Excellency Governor Augustus E Willson ask ing for a special session of the legislature to paris tho uniform county unit bill and not to Include in the call any such measures as the redls districting bill which would servo 1o embarrass the county unit measure its j did happen at the last regular session I Our reason for so doing In spite of the fact that Ills Excellency the Governor ban given expression to his unwillingness to do so upon In formation conveyed to him through newspaper reports of our Intentions I In the matter of the petition are as follows 1 We have not yet had an oppor tunity to present to Governor Willson our petitions and the grounds we have for asking for an extraordinary session of the legislature We have strong hope that when we can form j ally get our case before him that ho will give it favorable consideration Wo are aware of the governors will Ingness to give one weight to all the light we can throw upon the question we will submit to him and we have such confidence In his fairness In not prejudicing the matter In advance of our presentation to him that we are emboldened to carry forward the task of preparing our petitions and argu ments We are confident of such fair and Impartial hearing as ho always gives to other matters claiming rightfully the attention of the execu tive 2 Section 80 of the constitution gives the governor power to call the legislature in extraordinary session This does not necessarily require an emergency to exist but such a state of affairs beyond the ordinary and customary as warrants a session In addition to tho ordinary sessions required by law We believe we have a state of affairs above the ordinary and which comes well within reasons for an extra session equally as strong as these upon which previous governors have called such sessions I In 1893 Governor John Y Brown called the Long Parliament to revise the statutes following the adop tion of the new constitution In 1897 Governor W O Bradley called anI extra session to elect a United States Senator the regular session having failed to elect one In 1900 Governor JJ C W Beckham called an extra ordinary session to revise the Gobel election law In 1905 the same governor called a session to place a tax upon rectifiers and blenders cf Intoxicating liquors We believe we can present as strong a case as the special session above described would indicate as necessary to move the mind of the executive 3 We feel convinced thnt the present legislature will certainly pass the county unit bill if allowed a clear field free of measures which would passedoat the last session but for the compli cations arising from the election for United States Senator and the roeas use for the redlstrlctlng the state These complications we do not at tempt to describe If the county un j it bill be Introduced at a session along with the redistricting bill the i liquor senators will control tile legis lature and we will fall We did not fall last time because the present ourgi measure for we think It Is so com mUted but because of the complica dons arising from the opportunity both measures afford the liquor othersIt tho governor will give us n j field wo are confident of winning thinkfprotltltlnjI I sideration of the county unit bill 4 If the uniform county unit bill calledeIti the near future we can within the next twelve months carry about twenty counties or all but four or five counties In Kentucky for the pro lilttltion of the saloon and thus relieve the long suffering population of thw counties from the Iniquitous bondage they suffer the crimes committed and the disorders engendered Relief from saloons will afford those sections op i portunity to spring forward not only to Improve moral condition but to better commercial and Industrial clr cumstances 6 We believe Gov Wlllson has tho opportunity of his life to render Kentucky an unparalleled service by this special session for whloh wo are praying him lie can fulfill the obligations of his party platform and make the moral citizenship of this state his debtors through all the future The present legislature was elected to pass this measure at a great cost and labor on the part of the temperance people If the gov ernor does not grant our request tills work must all be done over again Wo think the liquor traffic since It Is responsible for 80 or 90 per cent of the crime of Kentucky is not entitled to consideration In this matter as against the temperance people who are seeking to restore law and order etl the work of the governor In another supremeIr stateTherefore we are asking our people to press the work of circulating and sending in petitions EDITORIAL COMMENT Tho vote in tho lower house en the county unit bill In tho last ses slon of the general assembly stood IcnIatebut the complications mentioned pro vented It from leaving the packed committee To those who claim that If an extra session la called that this learns committee will consider the measure we reply that when It stands on Its merits separate and I apart from entanglements with tho election of a United States Senator and the redistrIcting bill that a suffi count number in the senate are com mitted to its passgo to take It out of committee and pass it The senate can discharge the committee from further consideration of the thetloorIonan Loyaltyto Friends Never permit yourself to comment youhavothe Individual concerned Loyalty lathe life breath of real friendship and If there were more loyalty there would be fewer broken friendships THE MARKET 4 lens glees Potatoes Irish per bu 1 and 120 Cabbage Stfc per lb r Apples 200 per buyEggs per dot 25c Butter per lb 26c Bacon per lb 12V4c Ham per lb 16Hc t Lard per Ib 12Hc Chicken on foot per lb Boi Hens on foot per lb 80 Feathers per lb 40c Oats 60c Corn 70c- Wheat w per bu 100 v Ties No1 L dt N 814x8x8 t5c culls 20c Lire Steele I Louisville Jan 90 1909 CATTLE Shipping steers 460 C 75 Beef steers 8 00 500 Fat heifers and cows 3 00 4 CO Cutters 2 00 300 Canners 100 900 Bulls 2 003 65 Feeders 300 4 CO Stockers 2 00 4 26 Choice milch cows 85 00 45 00 Common to fair 10 00 80 00 CALVESBost 7 36 7 76 Medium 400 6 CO Common 260 4 00 HOOS 160 Ibs and up 6 25 130 to 160 Ibs 6 76 Pip 4 75 1i0 Roughs 5 75 down SHEEP Best lambs 5 00 C 00 Culls 300 C CO Fat sheep 4 00 down Mess pork 12 5- 0IAMSChoice I sugar cured light and special cure 11 and 12c heavy to medium llic Breakfast bacon 15c Sides lOUc Bellies 13o Dried beef 12c Sbouldrs 9c LARDPure tierces 11c tub lljic pure leaf tierces 12U firkins 12j5c tubs 12c EGGS Case count 27c BUTTER Packing ISc creamery 30c lb tUbs 59c prints 29J4c C lb tubs 24c- POULTRYliens lie roosters 6tfc stringers 12lCc ducks lie turkeys 14 and 15o geese 7c squirrels = 125 rabbits 125 140 I WHEAT No 2 red 1O8t- OATSNew No 3 white 53c No 3 mixed 62c CORN No 3 white 660 No 3 mixed o COAL and FEED BEST GOODS PRICES CALL UP W M STOUT Phone 102 Bouw rei Old Stand M M S POULTRY FENCEVrr Close Mesh wRrnPDoXl rDCZ colld II1auu OUr rt JlREV9JviNciSTROA4 SlN wrr- lLPIl C4- of iALQIIL KANSASC1fl MO BuyFURS Hides and Wool CiDIColdeaWild Clan te Wi ate dlen lJfacnrrlaLouiiDe crib cr emwira Mtufc RrIace tUrynaM Sabol A Sons 229 E MutetSt lOUISVILLE Ky I I PlentyIt re sources and special natural advan m oftheLife Melbourne IOOOO e OOOOOOOOOOO O IBerea and Vicinity I a I GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCESe e e oSo e ot SeoeeeoeGooooooeoeooo o DR BEST DENTIST CITY PHONE lea N OFFICE OVBR POST OFFICE LOCAL TIME TABLE L N Northbound 1SO p m 401 a m I Southbound 1114 a m 1226 a to Miss Boss Hays was shopping in Richmond lilt Wednesday Mrs Charles Sharp of Richmond was the guest of Mr and Mrs C C Preston the latter part of last week ClncinlMr Carl Kirk arrived last week and will be In school for tho winter term Mrs Frank hays returned lost Wednesday from a visit wlh relatives at Winchester WANTEDCorn at tho College DarnsMr A W Stewart of Silver Creek was In town Monday Mrs Everett Todd and children of Draaaflold spent last week with her parents Mr and Mrs S C Lewis Mr Edgar Mooro Is assisting In keeping books In Derea Bank Trust Co A Baptist Young Peoples Union was organized last Sunday nfternoonI at tho Baptist church by the WANTED Rev R U Dmndenburgj Darns Mr and Mrs Frank Plgg who have been visiting with relatives and friend- since Christmas returned to their homo at Tuscola 111 this week Mr R L Richardson was In Cincinnati tho first of tho week Pres and Mrs Frost gavo a reception at their homo Monday evening to tho Convocation In honor of Rev and Mrs K II Allen of Toledo O 1The young lady sympathizers of Ph 1 Delta gavo tho young men of the so clety a reception Tuesday evening at the Industrial Building j DOLLAR ILEWARDFor the re turn to Citizen office of a gold bracelet marked M D Lost on Chestnut atreetIProf C D Lewis mother from Eu j bank Is visiting In Borca Some confusion has arisen thru th publishing last week by request o tho poem by Mr Racer entitled Jn Memory of Mother Tho poem w- In honor of Mrs Mary A Kirby and snot of Mr Racers own mother There has Loon considerable Inter est In town over tho stabbing c County Asaeezor Boyd Wooers by WI D Oldhatu over a card game In Rich mend early Sunday morning Mr Wagers was cut very near tho Jugiar vein but is now practically out of danger Cincinnati 07 Jan 1C 1909 Tho Citizen Bcrca Kjr Dear Mr Editor- I am spending several days In this part of tho country 1 1 To get bettor acquainted with tho Famous Underfeed warm air furnaces and steam and hotwater beaters Will havo ono in my bouso for demonstra tion In a tow days 2 I am looking for a better quality of Iron for stove and furnace plpo 3 1 am looltlug for a good honest galvanized sheet for tho 1909 roofing ness am getting a great many now and good points for tho sheetmetal busl k ness In general 1iTruly yours for a better metal w ro coming season v Henry Lengfellnor t f Had Many Changes of Hair CWo01cns hairdressing was xlwn J sixteenth century QUOCL Elizabeth at ono time was poss seC- of no fewer than 80 sots of rule hair WANTED Reliable energetic t man to sell lubricating oils greases r and paints In Madison and adjacent counties Salary or Commloalon Stet son 011 Co Cleveland Ohio 1 FOR RENT 1 House on Richmond street next to Baptist church 8 large rooms two h halla good barn for particulars call on Mrs Laura Jones Corner Chestnut and Parkway Borea Ky FOR SALE Seven farms ranging from CO to 370 acres All good land bluetp sell on reoocnabla trema One mile from PanoU 0 T Robert Lakes Panels Ky Je IP 0 OPEN SUNDAYS better accommodation of the public the office will bo open on Sundays I from 830 to 930 a m and from 200 to 300 p m The opening and closing at these hours will be strictly observed and If you wish to got your mall you must call at the above time named as there will be no going In after those hours Yours respectfully E L Robinson Postmaster FIRE LOSS HEAVY The now year seems to have start ed for as bad a record as tho old one had in the matter of fires In Berea and what was probably the worst of recent years In the amount of damage done occurod about noon Monday when Bob Richardsons stores on Chestnut street were burned to tho ground with all their contents and his household furnitureTho buildings were valued at over 1600 and the stock at nearly three times as much so that with the household furniture the total damage to him will bo nearly if not qulto 7 000 In addition and directly due to- II the fire was heavy loss both to Mr lEnglo and R II Chrlsmnn due to having their stock dragged thru tho streets In the efforts ot their confus ed friends to save them At one time both stores seemed doomed but the heroic efforts for which Bcreas boys are noted In such cases wore made bothIlowsand Its tin roof did much toward making It possible to save it workIersdifficult u that on Depot street last summer and they rose to It as nobly I Led by Marshall Tatum and DeputyI betweenIj lug and got water where It would do tho most good The heat was terri tic and those mentioned with Stanley Van Winkle Davo Williams John Johnson and others did remarkable i themIly gono up Ills loss from damaged goods will bo near 500 fightfI packed for a long way and many woI men even wading bravely out into j Mrjoff5000 and 6000 Insurance s ueloeoeoeoeoaoeoSOeoe0voo o o I 8o College Items ill o HERE AND THERE of- osoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoI Pres Frost returned Friday from Lexington to attend tho InterSociety Debate returning to his field work Tuesday Mrs Frost who has been In the East In tho interest of tho college returned home Saturday Prof Henry Pcnulman was in town over Sunday Secretary Gambia returned from Lexington where ho has been In thIS Interests of o college Tuesday for one day Ho spent last Sunday with tie wife at a Cincinnati hospital and is greatly encouraged with tho im provement she Is making lie sang Sunday morning and evening In Dr Horgets church in Cincinnati Mr L N Taylor Supt of Schools of Pulaski Co was in Bcrea a couple of days this week Wednesday morn Ing ho mot tho students from County and organized a Pulaski thatI Club of which Royal Bates was ed president and Walter Roberts secretary Further organization will bo completed later I Dr Allen who camp for tile debate and delivered three addresses and Proflands of Richmond public schools were In town Friday for tho InterSociety debate Miss Anna Smith returned last Fri day from a weeks vacation School Superintendent Taylor of Pulaski County was a college visitor Tuesday I Prof Ralno went to Louisville to attend the meeting of tho Y M C A State Committee of which ho Is a member UZPFUse And do not fail to visit our store when inneedr of something good to eat We carry a complete line of staple and fancyI groceries fruits andvegetables THE CLEAN STORE 5ft 1R gatherSuccessor to Oolocn Grocery Company phone 184 flDain Street Opposite Citijen fflcc NEXT LECTURE COURSE Tho coming lecture course is to be very fine and attractive It will consist of four numbers one more than In the Fall Termtwo of which will be muslclal and two lectures Tho first will bo a lecture recital by Mr Paul M Pearson Professor of public speaking Swathmore college and editor of Talent Mr Pearson Is a reader with rare faculty for in terpreting authors and gives an entertainment with humorous and Instructive Ills selections are taken from such writers as Riley Dunbar Harris Field Poe Lowell Kipling Tennyson and favorite hymns Tho fact that ho has appeared nine times at Chautauqua Now York the most critical audiences in America Is proof of his worth and ability The number by far tho most ex pensive for tho lecture committee Is the Sehlldkret Hungarian Orchestra Tho company consists of eight young Hungarians every one of whom la pronounced an artist Mr Schild kret was summoned to tho White House to play at tho wedding of Miss Alice Roosevelt A lover of music will not miss this treat no one else can afford to Tho date has been put on a holiday so that every body can attend The third number will bo given by the four mualclal artists of well ostab lished reputation Tho pianist and violinists havo received highest prais es both vocalists are strongly recom mended The closing number will be given by Col Balii a universal favorite on naItire onlybecausobut for sake of tho cause which ho so ably advocates Tho lecturo committee are deeply grateful to tho public and students for liberal support last term and confidently trust for a continuance A much more expensive course If of fered for loss money Course tickets good for tho four numbers aro of fered for the low price of sixtyfive centsDates and prices aro as follows Date Attraction Sing Ad Jan 23 Prof Pearson 30a Feb 22 Orchestra SAc Mar 27 Artists SAc PourSpring Term Data 30o Course tickets 03 cents Children under fifteen half price Family tickets Including parents and children under twentyone toper cent discount- In behalf of the committee George Norton Ellis chairman THE PROGRESSIVE SOUTH Editor in Colliers Weekly Speaking to Southerners Walter II Page himself from North Carolina regretted the Republican solidity ot States like Maine Vermont New Hampshire and Pennsylvania nut less the Democratic solidity ofI Texas ana Virginia A breaking up of unbending fixed political habits North or South he declared would help aloiifc the day when men May walk by thought and not by andIIn same speech he said I We must have in the South a ndlI neither party must be ranged on lines of race Mi Page represents that strength toII tively described in Mr Ray Stannard Bakers volume Following the Color Lli e Ho puts his views squarely Men who prefer compliment to achievements may regard this as treason let them make the most of It The South has other men like Mr Page It has President Alderman and Edgar Murphy and Chancellor Barrow and Dr S C Mitchell and President Houston and increasing thousands ot whom these are but ex amples among the leaders These men as Mr Baker puts It havo courage and vision and selfcriticism j Turning away from that love ot prali and hatred of criticism under which j countries stagnate or go backward these men shed light they spur onward to new beliefs and strong ac tlvltlcs While others capture an easy prejudiceIi for oponmlndedness they make for EtJtngth and progress Hat as fudge ef Slavery With the ancient Greeks the hat was simply nn appurtenance of tho traveler Tho free citizen preferred to go bareheaded and only putt on his broad brlmmal pelnsus for protection against the sun when on a long Jour lacy Thin uncovered head was part workswore a pointed I skull cap An Official Report The following report was sent by a subordinate Inspector to his duet In the telephone service It dbncerned a faulty house connection Found wlro with no outside outside Put Inside wire outside atid outside inside Need more outnldo for Inside Youths Corn Ianlon Snake Superstitions The Sanskrit name for a serpent means having poison In the dye that Is tho fatal power to kill at n glance Perhaps from some such notion as this tho gratifying supersti tion arose In Morocco that if a magic rain fell on April 27 and got Into the eyes of snakes and scorpions they would go blind A Tea Substitute It Is a very wellknown fact on the continent that a raw egg Is a certain restorer of tired nerves A French or a German woman will eat a couple ot raw eggs for a pickmeup Just as thd English woman takes a cup of strong tea and feels much refreshed thereby Snakes as Ghosts The Zulus and other primitive pee plea regard enhkes as ancestral ghosts tho notion arising partly from the uncanny nature of the serpent partly from Its fondness of living near graves and thon crawling Into houses AS though It might be revisiting an old homo WE 1 MAKE A SPECIALTY OF THE FOLLOWING LINE OF GOOPS ChildrenswHATS 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 Richmond Street Berea Kentucky x s i i 5ABOUT ADVERTISINGNO7 The Cannon That Y Modernized Japan By Herbert Kaufman Business is no longer a man to man con tact in which the merchant and the patron establish personal bond any more than bat tle is a handtohand grapple where bone and muscle and sinew outcome Trade as well as war has changed in its aspect both are now fought at long range Just as a present day army of heroes would have no opportunity to display the individual valor of its members just so a merchant who counts upon his personal acquaintanceship for success is a relic of the pasta business dodo Japan changed her policy of exclusion to foreigners after a fleet of warships battered down the Satsuma fortifications The Samu rai who had hitherto considered their blades and bows good enough discovered that one cannon was mightier than all the swords in creation if they could not get near enough to use them Japan profited by the lesson She did not wait until further ramparts were battered to pieces but was satisfied with her one experience and proceeded to modernize her methods The merchant who doesnt advertise is pretty much in the same position as that in which Japan stood when her eyes were opened to the fact that times had changed The long range publicity or a competitor will as surely destroy your business as the cannon of the foreigners crumbled the walls of Sat suma Unless you take the lesson to heart unless you realize the importance of advertising not only as the means of extending your business but for defending it as well you must be prepared to face the conse quences of a folly as great as that of a duelist who expects to survive in a contest in which his adversary bears a sword twice the length of his own Dont think that its too late to begin because there are so many stores which have had the advantage of years of cumulative advertising The city is grow 1 ing It will grow even more next year It needs increased trading facilities just as its hungry for new neighborhoodsBut never again support neighborhood stores i Newspaper advertising has eliminated the strength of being locally prominent and five cent street car fares have cut out the advantage of being around the corner A store five miles away can reach out through the columns of 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CRNTOCKY FRKSS ASOCIATIOW to A WUconsJn man has been arrested for carrying a satchel full of Bibles Another Instance of too much of a good thing Look to your liver Moro suicides are caused by a bad digestion than by unhappy affairs of the heart or smashed finances Wn Ting Fang says that our prison system Is too good for China but It doesnt follow that its any too good for the United States The bicycle is said to bo enjoying e revival all over the country though several clUes have nothing to say against their street railway systems A French count has been arrested for dishonestly stealing a pearl neck lace from an American andLTing Fang has been given tha honorary degree of LI D Iowa State university Ho al 1readyhad tho honorary title of Mas ter of the Question Mark After being locked in a freight car for a week with nothing to eat but raw exj to start a raw potato cultwt A New Jersey minister is advising the men of his congregation to allow their wives to have the last word al ways And as this Is ore bit of good 3advice that la pretty likely to be fol lowed l- r Balloon experiments are attracting nowistraIghtt1NewlIf40000 representing the sum of 10r somerstitution promises a fortune and fame to the man who can introduce to tho public bread that tastes less like cotton batting than the stuff that sow passes for that article Women should also bo allowed to compete J Tho feminine residents of Main Line a fashionable suburb of Phila becauseiand comfortable but the wise public reflecting that there never was a style adopted by women for this reason along will suspect that the sandals are really worn to show off the pretty 1 feet of tho wearers A lot of those sliver cups table casters and things given to Whitelaw nerds daughter by the British nobility are in tho class of what the everyday bride privately designates as Junk be causo she can make no use of them Miss Reid will not have the satisfac tion enjoyed by other brides however of trading her gifts oft for something she likes better She will bave to keep them and pretend to be delight ed with them Justice Harlan at 75 has Just run up against one of those rumors in the reohim say somewhat tartly t cannot imagine how it is that two or three times a year a report is printed that I am going to re tiro from the bench The fact Is that I have never contemplated much less considered such a thing I will retain my position as long as I keep my present good health and I do not pro pose for these reports of my retire moot to go uncontradIcted Some lime ago the Springfield Re publican Advised hotel keepers that it would bo good thing to have a supply of ntjamns night robs and toilet arUttaa in store to loan to luckless trave + jn who had been unex jioctedly detained in town or had forgotten to take these necessary things along One of the treat New York betels announces that It will make the innovation and this Is met by a statement from Philadelphia that the loading hotel there has been accus JODItfme Li i Gradually natures wonderlands in the United States are being brought under government control and set apart as parks reservations and mon uments for the use and enjoyment of this and future generations so that what otherwise would bo lost and obliterated as tho years went on is given a permanent character The latest step in this direction IB the recent proclamation signed and madn public by President Roosevelt creating the Wheeler national monument in the Rio Grande National Forest Culo rado The tract Included by the proclamation Is situated on the south slope and near the summit of the continental divide at an elevation of approxImate- ly 11000 feet above sea level The principal value of the land as a national monument lies In the fact that the fantastic forms resulting from the rapid erosion of rock and soil mako lbeupot ono of exceptional beauty The numerous winding canyons bro ken ridges pinnacles and buttes form such striking and varied scenes that It will be much visited by tourists when it has been made accessible by road or trail GRADE TOUCH ON TYPEWRITER Good and Bad Work on Machine Easily Distinguished When in anything typewritten you IM the periods and commas punched black and deep said an experienced typewriter you may know that the work was done by a beginner or by one who has not yet lone sufficient work to have acquired a perfect touch The reason for tho deep punching of tho punctuation points Is very sim ple Naturally enough tho beginner at typewriting plays upon all the keys with equal force but as the types attached to the keya present unequal amounts of printing surface It follows that equal force applied to all the unolJupJlprlntlnl EWVfOfdi flUT X03 MM ffff iWYMS WOMEN RIMES PlNttACUJ AND JUTTltJ Historical interest also attaches to the region as it is believed that the il fated expedition of Gen John a Fremont was overtaken by disaster in this immediate vicinity and was forced to turn back This expedition which proved so un fortunate was the fourth which Get- Fremont made across tho coalmen and was undertaken at his own expense after he had resigned from the army in 1848 His object was the finding of a practicable passage to California by way of the upper water- of the Rio Grande With 33 men an 120 mules he made his way through tho country of tho Utes Apaches Co manches and other tribes nt Indians then at war with the United States In attempting to cross the great Sierra covered with snow his lost his way and Lien Fremonts encountered horrible suffering from cold and hunger a portion of thorn being driven to cannibalism Allot his animals d onethird of h men perished and ho was forced to retrace his stops Santa Fo And I is supposed that was in this spot which has been designated as the Wheeler nation monument that this terrible trage dy was enacted and skeletons of mules bits of harness and cnrap equipage found there the credence to the belief producapplltopoint clean through the paper fact It is not unusual for beginners typewriters to punch holes in the per with their periods But as the learner progresses in thatsotypesperlodlbecomwith further practice sho comes Btlnctlvely automatically to grade touch un all the letters and signs at last she Is able to produce typo writing that is nothing less than tistlc in effect true and uniform a beautifulIt something tine to see t good work of the intelligent sensiUne and truly competent typewriter BATHTUB HELD BODIES OF FAMilY WIFE AND DAUGHTER SLAIN AND HUSBAND A SUICIDE WOMEN WERE KILLED IN BED Murderer Using a Blunt Instrument Sweetheart of the Girl Discovered CrimeDead Man Once Bank Examiner of Illinois Seattle Wash Jan lIWlth their heads submerged beneath tho surface of the water in a bathtub at their homo 307 Eighteenth avenue the bodies of W I Seclcy an attorney his wife and daughter Miss Rene Seoley were found by E W Zibbcll and Guy DL SmclzCT who was engaged to marry Atlas Seclcy Worried becauso of the nonappear ance of any member of tho Scolcy family and unable to explain their dir appearance tho young men had forced their way Into the Scoloy home Mrs Seeley and her daughter had been murdered by blows on the head Inflicted with a blunt Instrument Secloy was drowned according to the coronerOvor tho bodioa of Sccloy nnd his wife as they lay head down In the tub was a steamer trunk Tho trunk did not touch the body of Miss SCeley That Sceley was driven insane l y worry Over financial troubles murdered his daughter and wife and then killed himself is tho theory advanced by tho police nnd coroner Every door and window in the houso was se curely locked and nothing had been disturbedThe is believed by tho police to havo boon committed Thursday night Nothing has been seen of any member pf the family since that time Smclzcr was the last person so far as Is known who held any communi cation with tho family lie talked with Miss Sceley over the telephono at 9 oclock Thursday night She said nothing of any family troll tile at that time Tho next morning Smelter called up the residence again on tho telephone but got no answer That evening ho went to tho house but failed to get any response Efforts to roach any of tho household Saturday were equally unavailing so Smelter and Zibbcll went to the home Sunday morning and effected an en tranceThe women had been kited In their Tho women had been killed In their as tho beds wero covered with blood Dutttatin the bathroom and a handkerchief clutched In the dead mans hand The dead man was a bank exam- Iner in Illlnqls under Eckles and lived fromdoffice WAVES OF ICE SWEPT DECK Taking Twenty Seamen of St Johna ttyinto Deep New York Jan 18 Powerlota against the tremendous sea and tho blinding bittercold northeast gate a tiny 80 fool schooner the Swallow of laSe Johns N F was awept in upon the Long Island shore near Dlue Point early Sunday morning and beaten and torn to pieces sho carried 20 menunttilerdonbtcdly perished swept off by the icy waves that rolled over her before she struck There was no hand at her wheel when she pitched aladd tossed shoreward and her small boat hurled empty upon tho beach later told tho story of their fate oven moro surely- A pea Jacket and a couple of hats were the only traces found of tho lit tlo company of hardy northern sea men though lifesavers manned the bench for miles looking for bodies The Svmllow was bound for tblu port Item Pillen Island She carried lumber hides barrels of frozen mack probablyIntended Her owner Is set down as John Daw son of St Johns She was built In 1379 at Moses River N F When leaving St Johns sho had aboard Copt Daggett an American vesselforwhether DAggett was aboard when the schooner was lost as he may havo loft her at Gloucester Warehouse Destroyed By Fire Chicago Ili Jan ISThe wool and fur warehouse of Sllborman J3ros thataoncconr Inrho contents Including 2500000 t severalpaMost of the Crew Perished BritishrAmrun and is a total loss The Fier carried a crow of 18 and it b boo perishedhillFire Destroys Factory deauoynd Brost0by insurance The roof of the Mer chants hotel was slightly damaged I 1illr IDIDcdI n l1 l I BIouso for Girl from 14 to 16 Years Cream wlncey is employed for Ws blouse two tucks arb made from shoulder to bust each side the trimmlnic ronslsts of bands of embroidered galleon round collar flown center front and round armhole and sleeve tho tight undorslcovci aro buttoned neary to the elbow Materials required Two and a half yards 30 inches wide two and three trimmingAA firm kind of washing silk is admirable for a blouse such as this two Inchwldo tucko are made front shoulder to bust and about six small ones between the box plait down center Is covered with laco or deepcurtsyardstrimmingClout Jacket Hero Is a practical easily made Jacket IA Amazon doth to match the skirt It Is titled by a scam taken over tho shoulder from edge of basque back and front The front slightly wraps over below bust and In fastened by invisible hooka and eyes and ornamented with buttons and cord loops Embroidered galloon outlines the neck Felt hat trimmed with asbuckle and quills- Materials required for Jacket Two and a haHyarda 40 inches wide one yard galloon three buttons four yards silk DESIGN FOR VISITING DRESS In Rueset Drown Velveteen and Pint Face Cloth hero Is a very elegant combination of ruuot brown velveteen and fine taco cloth The plain trained skirt Is of velveteen so aro tho tight fitting tin dorsleeves Tho overskirt and pina fore bodlco of tho cloth are trimmed with a Greek key pattern worked with gold and brown narrow braid velvet covered buttons form a further trim mingThe yoke Is of piece large Hat in velvet of the color of th skirt lined with soft pink satin an trimmed with a rosette of satin and a long brown feather Materials required For tho dress nIne yards velveteen four yards cloth 48 Inches wide several dozen yards of narrow braid threo dozen buttons ouo half yard piece Idee Frills on Muffs A pretty fashion Is that of adding frill of soft satin or closely plalte- chiffon to tho lower edge of fur muffs Drown U used with nil brown furs black with black and white with such furs as ermine and whlto fox When furs are scant this addition is a decided improvement The Immense round muffs that aro forcing their way to tho foro havo tho eostest looking arrangement of quilled and primly looped ribbon at tho ends where the hands are received High Boots of Tan advanceathere Is wider popularity for the smart tnn boot that laces or buttons six and eight inches above the ankleThe extra heavy soles are not use as much as they wcro for city streets They are kept for county roads Th fashionable shoo has a solo of a dinary thickness is well arched has a slightly mudded toe nndn high straight Spanish tee CHINTZ HANGINGS ARE LIKED Especially for Bedrooms That Have a Chilly Aspect For Inside curtains heavy linen either natural linen color In wblta or colors Is very popular They are se lected of course In accordance with tho fittings of tho room and aro trimmed either with nppllquo r f linen In contrasting colors with braid ortembroidery In heavy linen thread Chintz hangings are also very popular I t and chintz And cretonne are now shown In a more remarkable variety j of colors and designs than over before There ia quite a fad at the mo ment for tho blue and white or the red and white chintz hangings for use of course In rooms suitably decorated Tho wall of a room for Instance mIlT be In palo gray or white and gray when bluo and white or rod and while chintz will bo used for hangings and e upholstery These chintzes are not quite eo striking as they sound tho red chintz In fact being qulto mild In effect Tho color Is a light and rather greatdealsuch for Instance as havo a rather chilly aspect these chintzes aro adto + P mirable They seem moro suitable rheas rooms than tho flowered chint zes in pink and green lavender and yellow which ate so charming The Pierrot Ruff buRetowwould not have known himself la one fromfriendcrisp chiffon net or point Ueaprlt In sllldesRutrsfound In some of the shops or the carofullydoubledvery full quillings aro then fastened on to a soft fold of silk of tho samo shade measured to fit the neck The Identicalperfect ticdwiser to caution tho giver to have the ruteDPlerrots Plans for Bedrooms +Instead of a double led take two single bedsteads remove the upper part of tho footboard put tho two thedhavo the center nnd tho aides of tho room for other things It Is also nice for a larger room that Is to bo occupied by two Individuals oneilhnvowait on and be company for each oth theywould thelittlewhen they havo chums come to see wlUhavetheir own room Rosebud Hatpins thedwhich by some wonderful prows 10 beautyr I th8tu1CUtollagenewest touch of elegance t U HUE SET FREE FOUND NOT GUILTY OF qIN KILLING OF ANNI8 CROWD CHEERS VERDICT Defendant Overjoyed Carries Newa t His Brother In Jail Who Prob ably Never Will Bo Tried Mushing N YAttar reviewing the vldonco for 22 hours and taking 15 JurIn7 B i Friday afternoon found tho prleon not guilty ns a principal with hl brother Capt Peter C lining Jr I tho killing ot William E Annie For tho second time in his life Thornton Halns has been found not jjullty of tho charge of murder ha having been acquitted of murder In hooting companion named Edward W Hannlgan In an open boat in Hampton roads 17 years ago affectingErecting tor car after the verdict to bring hi brother the nows Old Gen Rains and Ms wlfo who had been anxiously waiting to learn tho verdict In the Hotel Astor In Manhattan slnco t jury went out at five oclock Thured nlchl beard tho news from their son I Thornton J Halos Thornton who telephoned his parents as soon as ho loft tho courtroom Halns nearly fainted from joy at lIewsnortll11n any cocrt of law has au a demonstration been witnessed that which occurred when tho in made known Its verdict which came Ilko a thunderbolt Tho packed eou t room of spectators roan as one m= and cheered and applauded with su mighty vigor that tho gavel tails Juotlo Crano on his desk could not be heardOfUcialaof tho district attornoyn ot nee fn Queens county aIo quoted Baying that tho verdict In this c probably means that Capt llama will never bo brought to trial and that bo will ho surrendered Into tho caro of all family or tho federal govcrnmcnL Under this verdict It Is perfectly safe for any person who Is ingenious enough to framo up a defense to go out and kill Private vengeance seems to have taken precedence over tbo pco plos law waa tho only comment that Prosecutor Darrln bad to make HORROR IN HUNGARIAN MIN Scores of Men Killed by an Explosion and Fire Vesxprlm Hungary In an explo sion of flrodnmp In tho Auka mine hero Thursday which was towed by a duatexplosloa and fire 31p men wero entombed Sixteen living minors and tho hod of 45 dead persons thus far havo bnot brought out of tho pit Tho flro has been held to one cality and it Is hoped that tho re mainder of tbo entombed miners will be rescued alive Tho town of Veszprlm lies 60 miles southeast of Duda Pest and ins a population of some 15000 composed mostly of Magyars Shlvely Is Indiana Senator Indianapolis IndD F Shlvely was chosen on tho twentieth ballot for United States senator In the caucus of the Democratic members of the legislature after many weary hours of bal r toting John Worth Kern recent candidate for vlceprcsidont on the Democratic ticket mado a gallant fight and led in tho curly balloting Onco ho gave the Hold a score when on tho third ballot If he Jumped to 32 voter roo Portuguese Mob Plants Troops OportoTho distress in the port wino growing regions arising from a crisis In tho wino trade culminated Friday In rioting At Rogoa time troops that were preserving order wore fired an by an Infuriated mob and replied with a bayonet charge Found Dead In Bath Tub Denver COIJohn C Doatty aged 65 of Mount Vernon N Y mUd to be a wealthy land owner was found dead In a bath tub Into wblch water was running Friday Tho b had evidently been in the water since midnightQuakeada8outfyAfrlcy earthquaIof South Africa Ono was let Fri day at Johannesburg but to damsgo rc ia done WATER POWER IS IN DANGER 8O SAYS PRESIDENT IN VETOING DAMRConsiders Himself Bound to Prevent Monopoly of Public Resources If Ha Can Washington President Roose mosoof tho bill providing for tho construc luStonothe dam being to sot water to create electric power Ho declared that tho movement to secure control of the inYtrolled the history of tho 011 Industry bydraoloctrlcu peaplcIt Is true ho added that tho IIOWerblcomblnatlonsset advantages soil therefore hold a stateglc position Ho says that tho valuablescontainapublic interest I consider myself bound ho con Unties as far as exorcise of ray ex limoaytheir resources what I believe they would do for themselves if they were In a position to act Tho message was received at the close of tho day and was received in differently After Its reading It was referred to time committee on interstate and foretell commerce CARMICHAEL WAS INSANE Examination of Drain Reveals EvI- dence of Acute Mania Detroit Mich Thee brain o Rev John H Carmichael wh killed Gideon Drowning In the Rattle Run church and committed eulcldo at Carthage III was examined by four physicians hero last night At the conclusion of the autopsy the physi clone stated that they had found unmistakable evidence of Insanity The doctors who held the postmortem ex amination wero County Physician limeWilliam J Stapleton E D Smith C D Ray and Arthur W Klpp Wo find that Rev Mr Carmichael aehad been a sufferer from acute mania rysold the physicians Tho blood yea of tho brain wero all congested There was an adhesion ot tho coyer anlags of limo brain to the cranium righatof IO superior posterior bu taco of limo cerebrum It Is evident that Mr Carmichael had suffered soy attacks of acuto inflammation o sethe brain PANIC IN NEW ITALIAN QUAKE Several Severe Shocks Felt In Num ber of Cities RomeA slight earthquake was ox perlenced throughout Lombardy Vcno tla and Tuscany No damage Will done and no ono was injured but o Ing to tho general uneasiness reset- Ing from tho recent visitations In cEbordering on panic According to the records of the observatories and es pcclally tho establishments maintained at Florence by tho Jesuit Fathers tho cooler of limo disturbance was near TColnorth ot Venice Rlosl the birthplace tldterC e Into Rome were alarming and people cataetroph1aa telegraph soon brought out the fact that tho shocks had not been severe and that no damage or loss of life re suited PrllonI d a year In a Russian prison under suspicion in connection with a Russian murder Adolph Fischer of 170 Jefferson avenue Chicago Is now on his way home Fischer who returned from LI ban on tho Russian steamer Estonia went to St Petersburg about a year ago on business Has e arrested and Imprisoned in ono of the smaller Russian cities and was not allowed to write letters Finally Into r mutton of his plight readied tho Ama r lean ambassador who secured his ro tense Fischer was ordered to leave tho country but before complying be gan a suit for 75000 for false Iiuprls affluent Presidents Widows Honored ysehingtonBy unanimous vote tbD house ot representatives Frlda granted tho franking privilege toM Benjamin Harrison and Mrs dyer Cleveland Kills His Wife and Himself Alliance OAlbert Lazlnwood 50 years olda farmer who lived near Bergbolz shot and killed his wife 65 hatyears old and then himself on the road near Annapolis Jealousy Is sup hayed to havo been tho rouse Bata Out All Lobbyists Boston Tho Massachusetts senate without debate adopted Friday a reo ommendatlon presented by tho com mltteo on rules excluding legislative agents and counsel from tho senate chamber and corridors The Upper Picture Shows Soldiers Carrying Injured Victims from the Ruins and the Lower a Camp of the Injured and Homeless u FIRE RAZES TOPEKA HOTEL BURNINGtOF COPELAND HOUSE Was One of Oldest Hostelries In Kan sas and Rallying Point of Politicians Topeka Kan With walls black onod by smoke bulging to tbo danger point and threatening to cave In at any time on an Interior of utter ruin all that romaine of tho Copoland hotel tho rallying point ot the Republican party of Kansas for years Is a mere hulk of a building the result of a tire Thursday Tho body of Isaac E Lambert ex fort anud foundI thte of the guests were more or less sort ously hurt The hotel Is a complete loss esti motel at 120000 Insuranco was car rlod to tho amount ot 41000 Tho porticos are Intact and the front ot tho building was not burned out But Inside Is complete ruin all four of the floors have caved In An attempt wa made last night to wreck tho wall provetd Tho Copeland hotel was ot brick construction four stories In height It was situated at tho corner of Ninth and Kansas avenues one block from the stato capitol and was one of tho oldest hotels in Kansas It had a- roomlobbr and wldehallways and was eseapesTboaround mho elevator and tho damps shooting up tho shot toon shut off this mesas of escape The fire started shortly after foar oclock apparentlytromgained great headway when dlscov eyed and when the tire apparatus first arrived tho rear stairway had been cut off as a means of escape Must Pay Fare on His Own Road Minneapolis Minn Louis W HIM president of tho Great Northern railway will pay on his own road l after when traveling in Minnesota f Informed Gov Johnson Thursday ho would accept appointment as member of tho stole highway slon and his name war sent to tb senate Friday Tho attorney general has ruled that persons holding an kind of state position are absolutol transportationflcluls Noted Russian Admiral Dead St Petersburg Tho death Is an counccd of ViceAdmiral Rojestven sky who was In command of tho Russian fret In May 1905 when It was practical annihilated by tho Japanese in the battle of tbo Sea of Japan Rojcaet erburg Thursday was duo to neuralgia of tho heart Try to Tamper With Jury Plttsburg Pa George W Werlo brotherinlaw of Jn F Rlnchart a cused of wrecking time Farmers Drovers National banh of Waynes burg Pa whoso case was being de liberated upon by a Jury Thursday night and James L Smith a prom 1 nont business mar of Wayncsburg were arrested by United States seer s rvtco operatives on a charge of at tempting to tamper with a jury It la alleged they attempted to reach one of time Jurors in the RInehart caaofiit It Is understood were unsuccessful if nnn TEN KILLED IN COLLISION Terrible Accident on the Rio Grande at Dotsero Col Olenwood Springs ColIn n col listen between Denver Rio Grande passenger train No5 westbound and eastbound freight train No 66 at Dotsero Friday night at least ten per sons were killed and a number ol others injured As soon as word reached hero that a wreck had occurred a train wa made up and all available doctors an nurses In tho city wero pressed Into service and carried to the scene ot the accidentMeager details of the wreck are to tho effect that tho freight train was s tempting to take a siding on orders t let the passenger train pass but had only partially run off tho main line tearInsTho chair car of tho passenger was torn in two and ono tourist car tele scoped Tho passenger train was well Oiled with passengers STRIKE OF HAT MAKERS BEGINS Quit Because Manufacturers Quit Use of the Union Label hast tltehattry Friday as tho result of a deci sion of the Associated lint bfanufa- furore to discontinue mho use ot the union label In the factories represented In tho association Reports from various places ceived hero Friday night Indicate th IncludIngtbosoNow Jersey and Connecticut hnre en orally obeyed the order to strike Thorn were no signs of disorder any where the hat makers peacefully re tiring from the factories when the order to quit work was resolved AMERICAN GIRL WEDS A PEE Miss Beatrice Mills Becomes t Countess of Granard llIIs1daugbto knaewa was to TUuredaeY 330e tlh0 was CYrotfbride were said to be worth about 500000 and Included n check for 100000 from her father Turkey Accepts Austrias Offer Constantinople Through the sug gestion of his majesty Sultan Abdul Hamld L tho Turkish government hae accepted tho AustroHungarla otter ot s2500000 Turkish 10800000 Indemnity for tho annexation ol Bosnia and Herzegovina thus remov leg every possibility of war Two Engines Fall Into River ofoan 11 arternoonare believed to have Jumped tale the river near Spuzzum Englceoa Foster and Klnzadon were killed DeadofFort Dodge la Former State lieu a for Thtraas D IIoaloY Mod Friday evening of poeumoata Ho was born bear Lansing la sadmoved to Ftoil Dodge hj lE83 j yc Kentucky Gleanings I j important Neya Gathered from All Parts of the State CAPITAL NOTES FBANKFOCT abInthe Ohio legislature providing for a commission to recommend measures to blandvania West Virginia Indiana andhKentucky to cooperate GOT appointed R W Brown and Dr M 1C Allen of Louisville and Dr JN M Corm ck of Bowling Green tho Ken tucky commission Inspector Thatcher Makes Report Stato Inspector and Examiner Thatcher submitted reports of circuit clerks offlcd of Logan county 105 iellnquent paid Todd county d61lh qncnt 96 paid Daviess County de Inquent J6iGO paid Warren coup ty delinquent 6660 paid Bank Sues To Recover A petition was filed In tho federal ourt hero by the Market National flank of Cincinnati seeking to 12500 with 1400 credit from th Georgetown Water Gas Electric an Power Co Tho note was given the treasurer of the company Governor Answers Charge dthatment that there would be no legisla lion unfavorable to them during hl administration said he did not believe bllevoCharges Deal With Ring Charges that GOT Willson satlsflcd ho whisky people of this state rim- sthere would be no legislation unfavor able to their Interests during his ad ministration were made byF M Thommason of the Georgetown News First Republican Official Oor Wlllson appointed Thomas W Patterson of Murray county Judge of Calloway county to till tho vacancy the resignation of Judge A sWelts Patterson is a republican and is mho first ol his party ever t hold a county office In tbo county Will Not Have to Pay Alimony pauc Louise Bullock Holtman any alimony for tie court of appeals decided that Af firms the Judgment of tho Kenton cir cult court Grand Jury Probing Judge C E Booe who was sentenced to the penitentiary for stealing from the stato was taken before the grand Jury Considerable anxiety la felt to ascertain why he was taken bo toro the Jury and further sensations aro expect d Auditor James Wants Extra Session State Auditor James declared that GOY Wlllson should call an extra session of the legislature free of any en I says rc ub Ucan party In Kentucky Is pledged to pass tho bill Requisitionnta requisition on GOY Marshall of Indiana for the re turn of John D Rlcliordson to Lout s vllle to taco a robbery charge It was expected that when Indiana elected a democratic governor the first requi sition from Kentucky would be for W S Taylor and Charles Flnley but In the change of offices the governor of republicanRLexington KyA sensation was flhathat former State Senator Charles J Dronston had filed In the Fayctto cuit court a petition for divorce his wife formerly Miss Della of Poducah on the ground of aban donment witIndent of the American Federation of La bor committee has been rooffC 1nh0uu settlement of the matter Louisville KyStato Inspector and Examiner M It Thatcher Col J W McCulloch ot Owcnsboro and other members of Gov Wlllsons staff completed all arrangements for tho Jour nay of tho GOO or moro Kentucky re publicans who will attend the inaugu ration Presidentelect Taft and to congratulate W O BrwMy upon be coming tho Junior senator from Ke tacky Covlngton Ky Detectives search ed a room rented by a woman who gave her name as Mrs An nit OConnor of Cincinnati In addition lo unearthing a quantity of clothing and slime jewelry tIo sleuths found 3000 pawn tickets from Cincin anti and ColumbuS pawnshops i Loulsvlle IyAt a meeting of tho Union Tobacco Society which will Jjft held here cri January 21 steps win be taken to outline the policy ot this central governing body for all tobacco growers I 1 IlIost andN una OfblllllatOZlBi Owlngsvlllo KyFire here destroy ed three buildings a clothing stores furniture store and barber shop with contents LOOT Is 25000 Insurance out 16000- Lexington KyJ D Perkins ot Cleveland 0 Is here in quest of 20- ack horses to bring tho number ot mounts for Clevelands famous Black Horse Troop up to 80 on the occasion f its appearance In the parade at the IaaMarch 4 Owesbord K7T Sidney Ander son president of tho Daviees County Dank and Trust Co was convicted of wearing falsely to a statement oa tc tho condition of hs Institution and sentenced to throo years in the peal tentiary Motion for now trial was x made Lexington Ky Heavy rains throughout the mountains hays caused big rises in time Kentucky Cumberland and Dig Sandy rivers winterr Ine1iV Atkins was drowned while trying to dislodge a log drift Paduoah Ky State Central Corn mlttceman W A Berry of this city ecided time contest over the chairman hip of time county democratic commit vaThis defeated the Keys faction which olted and elected John H Keys The faction Is said to havo been sup ported by night riders Bow1f officers for the ensuing year Flaming O Harper president E D Addison vice president Joseph Kuhn second vice president Seine Vollmcr score Cary and treasurer Louisville win probably vote for Milwaukee for the 1910 Tournament and for Garry Herr mann as president of the A D C Louisville KyA bomb was explod churchublow up the church and some person therein la a mystery Fragments of the bomb showed It to have been com posed of copper twine powder and- runningycape A stranger was seen from the scone immediately after the explosion which did no material dam age Henderson KyTbo Stemming District association closed two sales whereby It sells to John H fledge Regie buyer 5000000 pounds of tobacco and another million pounds to time Gallahcr Co Independent at an average of 8 cents loose delivery from the wagon This makes approx Imately 25000000 pounds sold by the association leaving about 7000000 yet unsold Louisville Ky Passage of n state wide prohibition act In Tennessee nc cording to local whisky men may mean that many large distilleries will move to Kentucky or Ohio and it Is thought that Louisville and Cincinnati will gain a number of large houses thereby It Is said the whisky Inter eats of Tennessee represent 100000 000 in capitalization Lexington ICyIn circuit court Bill Britton of Breathltt county charged with the assassination of James Cock rill at Jackson was dismissed the urosecutor believing conviction irapos Bible This wipes out all Indictments for murder In Breathltt county cases on the Fayctto docket having been brought hero on change of venue Urltton was sentenced hero to life lam prisannvcnt for the Cockrlll murder but the appellate court gave him a now trial ohmohIwry upon road to force that company to accept tor shipment a carload of hides to haitaken to a point in New York state complainelan agreement with other railroads re shiperbeen arbitrarily increased Paducah KyAlf II Cardin of Now Albany Ind until recently n resident of Crittenden county Kentucky died suit in tho United States court hunt against William Noah and 100 other al Icged night riders of Marshall Crltten den Caldwell Trigg and Lyons conn ties for 16000 damages Cardlu claims the men burned Ills tobacco warehouse at View on tho night ot February 8 1908 and compelled him to leave the state Cardm ten nago ran for governor on the populist ticket Ford Ky Frank Lsfferty fireman on fast passenger train No 34 ruu ding from Atlanta Ga to Cincinnati was killed in No 9 tunnel any mill south of hero It Is supposed that hu was putting n Std in his engine when ho lost hls balance and feJV out s Louisville ICTh executive tomiof the Kentucky Bankers csso elation at Its meeting hero turned Ov31ulag the proptacd astltutlcn to be a menace to boat Interests ct banking i 2 c- I East Kentucky Correspondence s 1News You Get Nowhere Else ic i Ho corrtipoadiic pubflibed nalMi ilftti li tan by the writer Tilt urne e II sot for piblicatioi bit II aa trUiio of 1004 faltk Write plainly C e oeoeeco9oeoeoeoeoeotroeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo JACKSON COUNTY I ANNOUNCEMENT FOR COUNTY JUDGE of We are authorized to announce J W Mullins of Egypt Ky a can dldato for County Judge of Jackson County subject to tho action of the Republican party n ANNOUNCEMENT We aro authorized to announce S S Wolfe of Maulden Ky a candidate for Assessor of Jackson County sub ject to tho acton of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W I R Creech of Egypt Jackson County J Kya candidate for Assessor of Jackson f County subject to the action of the Republican party IKHJllInUCK Doublollck Jan 15 There has been 01 very little sickness In this neighbor hood this winter Mr Dud Truett of t Illinois Is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Ed Turret on Clover Bottom There will be a box supper at Plea sant Hill school house the first Sat urday in February Every body come Mr James Hammonds of Eglon and Miss Mary Abrams of Doublellck were quietly married December 31st Their many friends wish them success Several from this part are going to i attend school this winter at Berea I r and other places i PARROT Parrot Jan 13Mr J H Hundley and son Jlmmlo went to Berea Sun day to enter Jimmie in college Miss Minnie Price is attending school at Annville this winter Mr Robert Mc Dowell and John McQueen have join ed the U S armySeveral from this place attended court at McICee last weekWe wero sorry to learn of tho i death of Mrs James H LucasChar ley and Eden Davidson Nora Price and Luther Gabbard entered school at Berea Jan 6thMr Roy E Rader called at this place Sunday Mr Step hen Gabbard was in London Tuesday on business Messrs Cornelius and J Parrett are doing a hustling business here Married Jan 10th Mr James Moore to Miss Lucy Turner ot near McKeeMr Scott Johnston has pur chased a farm of Asa Faubush and will move soon High water has been the cause of no mall at this place J from Wednesday until Monday Robt II Johnston attended church at Letter Box Sunday Saturday and Sunday was our regular meeting time at this place and A B Gabbard was reelected moderatorMessrs Fred and Tonic Lakes are visiting relatives here r AICOItN 1 Alcorn Jan lSThe Rev C V Wells filled his regular appointment at Davis church Saturday and Sunday James Parsons of Station Camp Tvisited the sick at Harve Parsons last Mrs W B Perry was the guest of Stella Willis SaturdayMr i Biiford Webb and family visited Mr 0i and Mrs W B Perry Friday night Mr Robert Alcorn ot Madison Co i visited his brother T J Alcorn at r this place Saturday and Sunday Mr J W Alcorn lost a fine mule from colic a few days back The hustling drummer Mr A C Wilson with Kellogg and Co Richmond was thru here last weekMr J G Murphy of this place is planning to start to Illi nois soon i ISAACS i Isaacs Jan l6We have had lots of rain snow and sleet this week A successful protracted meeting is IIbelngconducted at Green Hill by the G P Hacker Several of the s citizens have been attending circuit court at McKee Mrs Tlllie York and Miss Susie Watson were the guests of Mrs Sarah Davis Friday Mrs Ida Turett has a fine boyAunt Polly Cope is very ill Miss Laura Isaacs has gone to Berea to attend school Mr Robert Parrett Jr has sold his cow to Mr George Davis Mr Jerry York has traded for a fine bay mare Mr Dan Allen Is complaining with rheumatism again CLOVER IIOTTOM Clover Bottom Jan 17oeo Wild who has been ill for a month past is a little better His daughters Misses Ellen Dorcas and Elizabeth are at Berea in schoolRobert Hud son was through here buying up cat tle last week and giving a good price He had quite a nice bunch on his re turn home to Dreyfus Willie Martha ant Vena Dean are attending school at Berea this winter The Rev Mr y 1 Honeycut of Ohio Is expected to preach to the people of Kerby Knob Sunday night and perhaps for two 1 or three succeeding nights Owing f to the bad weather there was no meet T ing here todayArthur McGulro write home from Borea where he is attending school that he is well satisfied lIe says he will be home February 12 Willard Purvis and family of Whites Station are visiting friends at this place before going to Illinois where they will make their home Mrs Silvester Blcknell Is very slcklIrs David Durham who has been sick some time Is some better Elizabeth PQwell and brother Stanley were tiM guests of Miss Nettle McGuire Sunday ROCKGMSTLE COUNTY CLIMAX Climax Jan 14old aunt Molll Forsyth passed away a short time ago She was laid to rest in the Bid Abney cemetery at Johnetta Ky Mr and Mrs James Henry are still no better W F Robinson of Clover Bottom was at I Rectors to buy a sewing machine a short time ago Miss Llzzto Forsyth entered school at Berea Jan 6thJohn S Gadd Is working for Rector and sonD G Rector has secured a traveling job from the Standard Medicine Co of Baltimore and will start on the road Feb 1st OKIAMH Orlando Jan 16 Business at this place is increasing rapidly Mr D M Singleton has been on lots of logs at this pI3ceMr Jack Baker and John Robinson have been hauling logsThere has been a quarterly meeting going on at the now Chapel Not very many in attendance on account of cold rainy weather Mr Jim Riddle was here on business Friday Mr Will Head bought a farm from Mr J A Wood and f house and lot from Mr S S Dnl1hlr Wallace Las well gave the boys and girls a social Thursday night and all had a fine tlmeour school at Maple Grove was out Friday with a spelling match Miss Pattie Brooks who has been vis iting her home folks returned home Friday Mr and Mrs Lee Proctor welcomed a fine boy baby Friday Mr Jim Crooks Is in Jackson County measuring logs Mr Leslie Allen left Friday for Berea to spend the winter term In college Mr A G Ball and Miss Pearlle Baker w remarried at this place at the home ol Mr S S Ball Miss Nellie and Ellle Proctor were here visiting Mr Lee Proctors ThursdayWe have had anew county bridge put across Round Stone hero31r Llllard Parker will preach at Maple Grove Sunday night Sunday school at two oclock in the evening ROONE Boone Jan 18 There was sing ing at C L Martins Friday night and at Joe Levitts Sunday night MIss Bettle Poynter of this place went last Monday to Berea to enter school Mrs Geo Poynter Is slckMrs Mattie Coyle made a business trip to Scaffold Cane one day last week Ur Hamlin returned home last week from Paint Lick where he has been employed as a mill hand Miss Hal tie Poynter made a business trip to Jerea one day last weekMr Frank Jones of Borea passed thru this vicinity one day last week Martin Pow ell has receently moved near his place Mr W M Anglin ot Clear Creek visited friends here last Sunday Mrs D Bolen who has a broken arm Is improving1 The Rev C C Wilson resigned his office as pastor of this church as the evangelist was called elsewhere The Rev Mr Williams ot Mt Vernon will fill the evangelists placeMr Sam McClure of Snider ought a nice mare from D H Lambert one day last weekf- ISPUTANTA Dlsputanta Jan 17We are having cold weather with rain and snow Tho Sunday school at Clear Creek- Is progressing nicely with good at cndanco There Is much sickness hereThe Infant child of Mr H C lowlett who has been sick so long Is better The little child of Mr and Mrs Sherman Chasteen Is on the sIck list this week Married the 17th William Chasteen and Miss Glatha Anglin at tho home of tho Rev L- It Rowlett Mr W A Rowlett went to Sullivan Ind and his family expects to join him there soon Bertha Rowlett visited her nieces Misses Myrtle and Julia Rowlett Sun day OWSLEY COUNTY VINCENT Vincent Jan laReal winter wea ther for the past weekMr James Hamilton son of W C Hamilton of this place will start for Idaho Monday- to accept a place with a Railroad Co Mr Joseph Begley son of Perry Jegley of Travelers Rest and form erly a student ot Berea College and Miss Nella Marcum daughter of Mr Andrew Marcum of Delvlnta wore quietly married at the home of the bride last ThursdayW T Ward of Maulden Jackson Co Is visiting Mr Harvey Marcuai Mrs Walter Combs and Miss Mary Price both of this place were quietly married last Fri day evening Tom the son ot Mr and Mrs P S Treadway is confined to his bed with fever at present but the danger point Is passedA good log tide In Sturgeon creek at this time and men who have rafts and logs are busy running theta out Bill Treadway and Luther Malnous gave the people of Vincent a fine fox chase a few nights agoT B Venable was at Idamay TuesdayMr- Hall the stavo man of Jackson Co passed thru Vincent Wednesday going to Idamay looking after his many staves which he has there- TRAVELEIIN nEST Travelers Rest Jan l3Tho snow on the ground today gives us some assurance that we will have winter yet Several persons here attended tho funeral ot Jas Ross Sunday who committed suicide Thursday In Cin- cInnati and was brought back home for burial near Levi KyDr John D Herd and Charles Cecil were in Beattyville Monday on business Mr and Mrs S P Caudell returned home from a visit In Powell OountyAlex Bond passed thru here Saturday en route to Big Sturgeon where he expects to buy some sheepFred Dot ner and Joa Wilson have returned home from the U S Army Mrs Jiio Creech of Earnestvllle Is very low with complicated diseases this week Scliool closed at New Hope Monday Jan llthDr Jno D Herd is In Boonevillo this week doing some dental work Miss Fanny Scott was the guest of Mr and Mrs W P Minter Sunday ISLAND CITY Island City Jan 15We are having lots ot rain There Is a large tide in tho South Fork River Sheridan Peters Johnnie Chadwell and Pren tls Brewer will leave Monday to enter Berea College Galley Hosklns and Otie Mays and others are prepar ing to enter school at Boonevillo Mon day Sheriff Allen was on Island Creek todayJ T Gentry left Monday for Harlan town to enter the ministry for the coming yearIf W Brlggs purchased a fine saddle horse from W It PetorsD Becknell and G B Palmer are hauling a flee lot of raft logs from Blake Clayton Gen try entered Boonevllle Academy Jan 11 and reports a tine school lie will continue thero until April 17D B Moore is a canddlate for sheriff of Owsley Co LAUREL COUNTY JlONl AlI Bonham Jan ItMr Lee Wrack after being sick so long died Friday night Jan 4th He leaves a wife and several children Ho wan a minister and leaves a good testimony behind His body was laid to rest in the Pro vidence grave yard Our regular church days Saturday and Sunday at old PIney Grove a protracted meeting will begin conducted by the Rev Mike Riley and others Horse trade was all the go last weekMr Dan Reed bought a flno mulo from Bruce Thompson and Charley Holcomb bought a fine horse from George Ben tole COST OF BIG GAME SHOOTING Capt Fritz Duquesne a professional hunter whose yearn have been spent in the search of Ivory over the veldts and jungles of East Africa has a very entertaining article In the cur rent Issue ot Hamptons Magazine Ho says The experience President Roosevelt has gained hunting game on the North American continent will be of little use to him on his expedition into tho wilds of East Africa Hunting in America is a sport something to be played at hunting in Africa is a trade almost a profession In Ameri ca one merely takes a rifle and goes out to shoot In Africa to hunt a la mode ono takes a battery of arms usually three and sometimes four high power rifles of different caliber Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you In buying to be careful to get the genuine BLACKGHTLiver Medicine The reputation of this old fella- ble constipation In and liver trouble la firmly established It does not Inflate other medIcines It is better than others or it would not be the fa largewoSOLD Hi TOWN n ranging from six and fivetenths mlll meter to a six hundred cordite ex press The cartridges for theca rifles are charged with various bullets solid nickel steel soft nose long soft nose short and split Each of thoao bullets was designed by experts for a special use and on the way they are used depends the succeee of ones shot Often the use of the unsuitable bullet ends In the hunters death On small gamo tho light caliber arm six fivetenths mill meter is used and on large and dan gerous game the nine xnlltmoter Mauser and six hundred caliber cor dite express glvo tho best results Tho lastnamed rifle strikes the enor mous blow of olghtysoven hundred pounds and has a recoil of clone on a hundred weight That tho man whose hunting experiences has been confined to bird shooting with shot guns or small gamo with a two caliber rifle may understand the meaning of these figures lot mo state that the ordinary thirtytwo caliber rifle has a recoil ot perhaps ten to twelve pounds The doublebarreled shotgun which to tho ordinary hunter seems to have all the kicking capa city any weapon needs has a recoil from twcntyflvo to thirty pounds The six hundred caliber cordite express is the most deadly hand arm madeNotwithstanding the terrific force of this six hundred express bullet It must be placed In tho correct part of an elephants or a rhinoceross anatomy to bring him down The hunter must put the shot into the animals head or heart or ho must face n charge that will probably end In his destructionRifles various caliber are car ried for economy It la cheaper to use a small six fivetenths mlllmctor rifle on small game a nine mlllmctcr on medium game and a six hundred express on big game than to carry one weapon for allround work which would havo to bo big enough at least tttetttttt 7 1ILTBAKING POWDER JIbrolutety Pure The Only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Made from Grapes A Guarantee of Pure Healthful Delicious Food =i for the largest game Nothing smal ler than a four hundred and fifty ex press would do for that and It would be distinctly uneconomical not to say foolish to shoot a small antelope the size of a goat with a six hundred ex press It would bo like using a pile driver to kill a mosquito Again cartridges become very costly by tho time they reach tho Interior of Africa A cartridge for a six hundred express rifle for instance costing sixpence twelve coats tu London reaches an enormous price by the time it gets into tho hunting grounds ot Africa I have seen them bring five shillings ISchoolboy Definition I Some funny things happen In the schoolroom A Brooklyn teacher doflnefboy la what wo set when we multiply What Ma Says Ma says that you can never tell what a man Is going to bo like after hos married any more than you can tell If a dress Is going to fit until you wear It Ruse That Didnt Work Ivo walked many miles to see you sir began tho tramp because jieo plo told mo you was very kind to poor chaps like mo ImleoJ said the genial whitehaired old man Aro you going back 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