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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s o o o ec WWWVUVUVIJV eooloeini4- S t BEREA IHCOKTOBATKD PUBLISHING CO TiTHESTANLEY FROST Manifti 1r111cEnttrtd at lt calomaMDeereRyaaaround eooeoeooeoooeoooe ole Devoted to the Interests o UPeo ple + ooo oooooooeope IfVol X Five cents a copBEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY MARCH 25 1000 One Dollar a year No tU I V NEWS OF THE WEEK Found GuiltyEngland Badly JOoopers Kidnapped Boy Ransomed by School Boys i IN MINE Five men wore killed and twenty hurt by an explos ion caused by a windy shot In a coal mlno near Evansville Ind on Sat urdayCOOPERS SENTENCED Tho Coopers father and son were found guilty and sentenced to twenty years for the murder of Sen Carmack by the Jury of Illiterates which has boon trying them Tho Jury took nearly two daya to reach a verdict and discharged Sharp the other defend ant Bond for 25000 was Immediate I t ly given by each of tho convicted jmen pending an appeal of the case D K PEARSONS lLLD K Pear sons the Chicago philanthropist who has given Bcrea College over 100 000 and Is noted for his benefactions to other schools and colleges was seized with a sudden attack of heart failure at Pasadena Cal lost week Ho Is now reported as being much betterA BRUTAL MURDER A brutal murder was committed at Laporte Ind last week by a crowd of school boys under the namo of haz- Ing Another school boy who was accused of having retorted to tho authorities sonic of the misdeeds of the gang was hung to a tree by tho heels and left there till ho died BRIGANDS TERRORIZE TOWN A gang of desperadoes rushed tho town of Bald Knob Ark last Friday and while part of tho gang rode up and down tho streets terrorizing tho Inhabitants others tried to blow open the bank safe Twenty attempts wit dynamite failed to do any good how ever and tho robbers went away empty handed ENGLAND SCAItEDA tremen dous alarm has been caused In Eng land by the discovery of tho tact that Germany has been building battle ships secretly and will In a few years have more than England will It has for years been Englands policy to have her navy as strong as those of any two other powers as England hat always felt that her safoy depended on being able to keep control of tho ocean so that her shores could not bo Invaded by tho stronger armies of European countries and so that tho food which she cannot raise but must have to live on can be brought from abroad It Germany should be able to control the seas as the pre sent building plans Indicate she wish on to do England would lose practi cally all her greatness and might be reduced to tho place of a very small power like Spain Therefore England Is greatly scared over this discovery and Is planning to put nil her ener gies into building battleships in tho next few yearn It Is likely that she will buy from Brazil three great ship which that country is building and which would make her safe for tho time being CINCINNATI REFORM A first shot baa been fired in tho campaign recently formed to clean up Cincin nati A councilman a saloon keeper has been Indicted It is understood that tho reformers are after other numbers of the council HARRIMAN TO RETIRE It Is announced that E II Harriman tho great railroad king who has been thot thoIgin to retire from business Ho has done about all tho harm ho can and le beginning to feel tho strain of hard work ROOSEVELT SAILS ExPresident Roosevelt willed on Tuesday for the west coast of Africa where ho will spend tho next year hunting tho larg est and fiercest animals ho can find Ho will stop over for a while oi bio way to tho hunting grounds In Sicily and Italy Ilia entire trip will tako about fifteen montus TROUBLE IN FRANCE The government of Franco has becomo a good deal more socialistic than our own and has done much to better tho conditions of working men and especially of tho government employees Of courso these employees never get enough but they have been allowed to do about what they want and so the poatoftlco employees have organized a labor union and now they havo gone on strike against the government itself They demand more wages and shorter hours at the expense of tho tax payers and have almost tied up business in France by failure to deliver any mall Soldiers havo been set at this task Tho chief danger lies In the fact that there t d THE FIGHT IN CONGRESS AB a result of tho fight trade by honest newspapers all over the country against the system of rules under which Speaker Cannon has been more powerful than the whole American people there were thirtytwo Republicans who when Congress met wore ready to revolt from the machine and vote for fair rules They did not vote against Cannon for Speaker because as wo have said the fight is not against him but against the rules But when it came to a question of adoption tho iniquitious rules of the last session they defeated the Speaker and his crowd Then came the question of tho new rules and they were going to put thru a set wJiohwould have been fair to all but at the last moment a u Tiimmnny saloonkeeper from Now York deserted the ranks of the coalition and took about twenty Democrats with him They joined the Ropublcau machine and voted compromise rules whice really help very little Of course all the revolting Democrats got the good committee assignment pad the revolting Republicans get nothing but punishment- But white the fight HO far has not accomplished anything except to split both parties up so that now there is a division not along party lines but according to other beliefs tho fight has been well worth while and Cannon and his crowd are in a very ticklish place In tho first there is reason to believe that the Democrats who revolted were controlled by tho whiskey ring and that as a result no temperance laws will be passed this session Also it is known that thoro are enough Republicans who hove been mistreated by the party machine so that they may join with the Democrats at any time and take control of the house Finally Cannon holds bis power by grace of Democratic revolters and cannot say anything against the men who also joined with Democrats to beat him But tho most serious point for Cannon is thisthere is good evi dence that the country is so tired of his machine that there will be close to a majority of Democrats at the next session They havo increased at every session lately And if that happens Champ Clark may be made Speaker Then he would give the good committee places to those Republicans who have been fighting Cannon And when tho Republicans did get control again the new men would be in power and Cannon and his crowd would all have to take bacjt seats So while by the treachery of Fitzgerald the people have been beaten again there are good signs that a deliverance from the ring rule is at hand TARIFF TINKERING The great American Congress is now giving its most entertaining performance revising the tariff There is a bill prepared by acorn mittce after a few hearings in which manufactures were allowed to tell how high they wanted duties set which has been prepared for Congress and will now be debated It is suggested that the debate will bo limited in the House to about twenty hours talk The bill fixes rates of duty on from four to five thousand different articles of importthis would make it neecessary for the House in twenty hours debate to fix something like three duties a minute The debate on Dingley bill ten years ago lasted eight days nnd House never got past the articles in the first schedule There was no oppertunity of fered the House to make any amendments on any of the rest of th- ebillit went thru as the committee wished and every memberof the committee took some of the special interests of his district The rest of us paid tho bill No ono doubts tho wisdom of Congress but how can any one ap ply much wisdom at the rate of three thinks a minute f And then when the house gets thru with the bill it goes to tho Senate where there is moro rapid fire thinking and then it is all over Why not take the tariff frankly out of the hands of Congress which is too busya attend to it properly and put in the hands of a commission of ex Ito appointed by Congress who could do the work right Is talk of calling a strike of all the laboring men of Franco to back them up It this should happen there would be almost a revolution as the clop ping ot work would also stop wages and cause great distress Tho present government In Franco to 38 years old and It Is about time for a re volution any how NEAR SOUTH POLE Word has been received that a young English man has succeeded in getting within a hundred miles ot tho South pole AERONAUTS LOSTA party of six ballonlsts who left Los Angeles Cal in a big balloon lost Saturday have not been heard from and it Is supposed that they havo been killed In a storm in the mountains KIDNAPPED BOY FOUND Wlllio Whltla tho kidnapped boy has been returned to his parents on the pay ment of a ransom of 10000 Ho was let loose by some unknown person in tho big Hollenden Hotel In Clove land after tho money had been paid over In a lltlte country store to a man who escaped HON C F DURHAM DEAD Special to tho Leader Richmond Ky March 19Iron Curtis Field Burnam ono ot tho oldest and most prominent public men in Kentucky died at his home Burnarawood in this city last mid night aged 89 Ho had been 111 since February and on account of his ad vanced ago his death was not unex pected by his family and friends Ho retained consciousness up to within a few hours of tho ond As an Instance of his remarkable physlclal and mental vigor notwith standing his more than four score years ho attended to his law practice and refused to retire from active life until ho was taken 111 a tow weeks ago Tho closing hours of tho venerable man wore consoled by the presence of his children and grandchildren who have been In constant attendance at his bedside His surviving children are Judge A R Burnam formerly Chief Justice of the Court ot Appeals and present Republican National Committeeman from Kentucky lion E Tutt Burnam b t i former State Insurance Commissioner I Robert R Burnam Cashier of the Farmers National Dank T S Bur nam tho wealthy distiller Mrs Wal ler Bennett and Miss Lucia Burnam an unmarried daughter all of this cityMajor Burnams public carrer is parlor the history of Kentucky and tho nation He was Assistant Secre tary of the Treasury under President Grants administration and since then has been repeatedly honored by tho people of his native State He re presented Madison county several times In the State Legislature and later was elected to tho State Sen atolie was also a member of tho State Constitutional Convention of 1890 He was strongly indorsed for Justice of tho Supreme Court under President Hayes administration but the appointment went to Judge John M Harlan Major Burnam was a lifelong Re publican and a personal friend of President Abraham Lincoln He was a graduate of Yale and belonged to the same class as that ot President Tafts father He was an able law yer a conscientious and faithful public official a wise and prudent states man a ripe scholar a cultured Kentucky gentleman of the old school and a citizen whoso public and pri vate life was an honor to his State The news of his death will be heard with regret all over Kentucky Major Burnam was created a Knight Templar In Webb Commandory No2 of this city May 18 1848 When tho Richmond Commandery was organized he transferred his membership there Ho was the oldest Knight Templar in KentuckyHe burled In Richmond Sun day at 230 p m and Webb Command cry will attend In a body Mrs Burnam died upward ot two years ago the first death In tho family IIA highsounding doctrine is not necessarily a sound doctrine from o- nblghRov W Y L Davis It Is only the lack of credit that prevents some people from living be yond their means Make a bundle of last years mis takes and plow them under deep r Spring Millinery Opening APRIL 2 and 3 1 909 0 We will have on display our new Designs and Pattern Hats and Millinery Novelties You are cordially invited I WELCHSMiss Allie Fowler IN WASHINGTON Roosevelt Still WinningThe Fight Against Cannon Talk About the TariffOur Weekly Letter- Washington D C- March 22 09 It is three weeks since Roosevelt retired to private life yet one of his greatest achievements as Presi dent was accomplished yesterday A bill providing that the clerks who are to take the Census of 1910 shall be appointed by competitive examination and not under tho spoils system has been passed by tho House and will become a law undoubtedly Mr Roosevelts courageous course in Veto Ing this bill last month Is tho cause of the change Probably there never will again be made an attempt to have graft connected with the en umeration of the American people An Important change in our govern ment system has been made this week la the formation of a socalled Budgetary Commission which will con sist of committees from each house of Congress to watch the total expenditures of the country In relation to tho total income Heretofore each committee has tried to get as much money for the things in which It is interested as possible without regard to whether there are things which needed the money more or whether Uncle Sam can afford to spend so much Each committee has grabbed all it could get and only the Treasury Department has known whether we are spending too much or whether too much money goes to certain pro jects while others which deserve more get less This new Commission will look over the entire ground and decide just about how much each line of work is entitled to in propor tion to others England and France have had such Commissions practi cally always Since this proposal Is made by Congress itself there seems to be no reason why it should not be carried through Senator Aldrich is taking to himself the credit for its suggestion but as usual he is only pushing forward an idea which has long been advocated by a man with out Mr Aldrichs depostlc power namely Mr Hepburn of Iowa At- I any rate It marks a step forward for our government CENTRAL AMERICA CALMER The Central American situation has pestiferous Honduras have acted very much as- a fractious schoolboy does when the hickory switch Is gotten out The United States has so long been in the habit of putting up with all sorts of Insults and Injuries from the dim nutive states that they had become entirely too Impudent The prompt action of Secretary Knox In sending I gunboats down to patrol their coasts has caused a panic and a fright The Nicaraguan minister at Washington has kept the path hot between his embassy and Mr Knoxs office carry Ing assurances that President Zelaya will bo good from this time forward henceforth and forever A number of important diplomatic appointments have been made this week The present Governor of the Philippines Henry Clay Ide of Ver StatesIlllnistorlawyer C A Sherlll will be Minis ter to Argentina which is now con sidered one of the really big diplo matic posts since the city of Buenos Ayres Is bigger than Boston and is called the Paris of the New World J A Lelahmann who has been for many years Americas representa tive at the court of the Sultan of Turkey is now to be sent to Rome as Minister to Italy QUIET IN SENATE In marked contrast to the stormy appearance ot tho present House of Representatives are the peaceful scenes which appears at tho Senate Continued on fourth page MISS GILBERT DEAD On the 16th of March at nearly I seventyseven years of age Miss Katherine Gilbert with one exception the longest in service as an instruc tor In Berea College crossed the river into the unseen Beyond On the 19th her mortal remains were laid in the cemetery at the home of her child hood North Drookfleld Mass Exact ly one and half years before that time the writer of this notice was making a visit at the pleasant home of Miss Gilbert and her sister Miss SoutbIville under the auspices of the Amerl I can Missionary Association After a few years there she was transferred to Berea where she taught for twenty nine years retiring In 1898 because of falling health At first there was only graded school work for her to do As the College developed her work changed until she became exclusively a teacher of the Academy and College classes Tier accurate scholarship and her thoroughness as wIShe had a keen eye for shams and ettectuaUyI uperflItry to mently conscientious herself she fully appreciated those who conscientious ly devoted themselves to their work I In the hearts of such grew up an admiration and warm friendship for Miss Gilbert which deepened as the years went by Her portrait hangs among the cherished ones in the Col lege chapel an Inspiration to friends as they turn their eyes upon It Hers was an earnest Christian life and the Christians faith was her guiding star lighting her footsteps as she went down Into the dark valley GOSPEL TOUR OF WORLD Evangelists Chapman Alexander and Others Start This Evening on World Campaign of Revival Meetings Evangelists J Wilbur Chapman and Charles M Alexander accompanied by nearly a score ot gospel singers hymn writers personal workers and others will start on a tour ortbe world sailing from Vancouver B C on March 26 on the steamer Makura They will visit Hawaii Fiji Islands Australia New Zeland Tasmania China Japan Korea and the Philip pine islands returning to America about the end of 1909 Revival campaigns will be conductei for six months In the leading cities of Australia From Australia the evangelists go to China A CHEERFUL LIAR One of the most difficult things In a college course is to find excuses for things you want to do and ought hadnt to do A boy at Racine Wls solved the problem In a clever way and now holds the record for that kind of fakes In tour years he has received seventyfour unneeded ex cuses He has used almost every kind of excuse for these at the head of the list was sicknessbe has claim ed to have been sick forty times when ho wasnt But his real genius I has been In connection with tho deaths of his four grandmothers During the four years he has lost by death seventeen of that relation and he still han as many as when ho started It Is sad to relate that he has finally been caught up with The best way to cultivate an appetite is to cultivate a field and then you will have both an appetite and tho wherewithal to appease It April Farm Journal The cheaper the shoes the louder the squeak BEREA KENTUCKY iil THINGS TO THINK OF Too many people are willing to step from the strait and narrow path for the purpose of picking up a dol I larSpeaking I of tho dollar theres hardly a married man except ye poor r author who does not carry In hisipocket a picture of an attractive man who Is not his wife The writer I violates no confidence when we tell her name Is Miss Williams of Phila delphia and that her picture orna ments the silver dollarone we all love so welli The trouble with too many men and women is that they meet trouble more than half way I IN OUR OWN STATEI IISessIonEtly Not Guilty iLoulsvllloply to the demand of the AntiSaloon League for an extra session to pass a county unit bill In his reply he says that he cannot call such a sion because the Constitution sesIthat one can be only called to emergencies and that the Unit Dill is not an emergency meJlisure He adds that tho state not afford to have an extra session that he does not believe the bill would be passed and that If It were passed he does not believe any good would be done by it In the short time between now and the regular session He adds a sharp rebuke to 1 the men who wrote the letters for insinuating In their letter that he has been influenced by the whiskey men or that be Is Insincere in his promise to try to have a County Unit bill passed and declares that these men are not helping their cause by such letters as the one they Bent him abusing him because of his hon est difference with them In the mat ter ot proceedure JOHN ETLY FREEDJobn Etly who has been on trial in Louisville on the charge of murdering his wife was freed by a Jury last Thursday A number of silly women who were in court crowded around the prisoner when his acquittal was announced and kissed him SCHOOL FUND LOSTIt has been discovered that thru an error of book keeping In Frankfort about 400000 I of the School Fund has been used for the General Expenditures Fund In the last few years The next leg- Islature will be asked to make up tho deficit COLLEGE BURNED Asbury Col lege belonging to the Holiness peo pIe at Wilmore Ky burned to the ground last Thursday with a loss of about 40000 It has not yet been decided whether the school will be rebuilt There were nearly two hun dred students BRADLEY AND PATRONAGE Certain papers In this state mostly very friendly to Bradley are saying that he has made his peace with Pres Taft and will have the giving out of federal offices in the state It is of course understood that he will be consulted but It does seem doubtful whether Taft will punish the men that supported him Also at tho bot tom of tho reports is a paragraph which says that after all Hitchcock will have the final sayso on appoint menta all thru the South The men that fought Bradley do not seem to be worrying very much yet RACING COMMISSION A decision by Judge Harbeson in the Latonta Jockey Club cases declares that the racing law of the state is unconstitu tional because it applies only to running races + 1- r 1 A Pin for a ClewBy an ExOperative of the Secret Service Capt Dickson Illustrates a Detectives Nose for Details I 0HAT do I consider tho most Important thing to notice when first Investigating a crimeCapt DIckson a retired secret serv Ico officer had repealed tho words of my question fillet some moments of thought ho replied Well from my own experience It has bocorao a fixed conviction with mo that no crime Is over committed whore tho criminal falls to leave behind some clew that It It Is only found and Its worth appreciated will Invariably load to the detection of the 1aWprlt1 have a case In mind a post otfico robbery It happened when I was con netted with that department before I was transferred to the broader field of tho secret service I will never forget tlio village whore It occurred It was a town of some 300 or 400 souls In the Qroon mountains It had only one hotel and in tho three weeks that I was detained there I almost de stroyed my digestion endeavoring to support life on Its abominable fare I bollovo that I felt a keener satisfac Non In tho royal meal I secured at Bostoi on my return to Washington than I did In capturing tho author of tie robbery Tiio postoffico safe had been tapped for a large quantity of stamps about 500 In money and a brand new moneyorder book This last item gave Importance to tho case because a bOOk of moneyorder blanks in the hands of a clover crook can cause tho govornmont more trouble than a ses sion of congress The safe was a crude Iron affair wiiloh was fastened by means of a clumsy brass key Tho key was too largo and too heavy to be lugged about and after the safe was locked It was I hid away In a comer of the cash drawer A peculiar circumstance of Ute robbery was that tho safo had I bocn found locked and the key was In its place of concealment The cul prits had possossed an Intimate knowledge of the habits of the post master and his assistant Miss Lundy a young lady of fino appearance and charming personality Mason tbo postmaster had a theory that two tramps had committed the theft He said that two suspicious diameters had come Into the office the afternoon before tho robbery and had bought fivo twocent stamps Ho con sidored this A suspicious circumstance as ho said that persons of their typo always bought stamped envelopes no more than they needed at the timenod that they always mailed their let itcrs before leaving tho office address ing thorn with tho dilapidated pen maintained by tho postmaster at all country offices for victims who have no alternative than to use It At tho back of the building a windowglass ospodallyho said It must have been by this means that tho robbers gained en trance to tho building All of the doors had been securely locked- I mode a minute examination of tho premises and the only thins I found was a small steel pin with a green glass head It was In a crack of tho floor Immediately In front of tho riftedI safe Without attracting attention I scoured tho pin and stuck It beneath tho lapol of my coat I thought It might provo of value It did It was tie key to the situation My examination showed that the TobbcrB had entered tho postoffice through the front door and that tho broken window was merely a blind or ctoo It had boon broken by accident I didnt take much stock in this last theory but put the window down as a deliberate effort to muddy tho water There woro two doors a front and a leptJockOOnail In tho office Only Mason and Miss Lundy had keys to the front doorIt was sot so easy to traco Mason ovonlngAlterlearned that neither of them had been particular they had been not what they had dono daring this period Mason had left his boardinghochuinight on tho pretext of taking a walk Mason had returned sometime after midnight The hour of Miss Lundys return was uncertain Already sorely puzzled over tho evi denco which was accumulating ono morning upon arising I was moro slipQr In a sprawling unnatural hand four words wore written upon It Ma Mn robbed the Kate When I visited tho postofflco I no Iced that Mason was palo and hag surd and ho was as nervous as a caged leopard When I went to tho hotel at noon I found n tiny note on the table in my room It was a dainty perfumed bit of paper jest the kind that refined young ladies employ In their polite corroepcmdonoo I Jumped to the con clusion that It must bo a further mes V sage of the samo character as the mornings note It was but there was a decided conflict In the news It con talked In a cramped disguised writ lag nvidcntly a womans were five words Miss Lundy Is tho robber Frankly I didnt know what to think Suspicion and these mysteri ous notes pointed to the postmaster and his handsome assistant Tho letters wore written by different persons and It was easy to Imagine that Ma son and the young lady had robbed tho safo and that each of them had been Boon by n different person as they left the building that these per sons were a woman and a man and that they had taken tho pains to ad vise me of what they had seen by means of the brief unsigned notes The situation puzzled me more than over and I didnt fall asleep until late that night having tossed away many restless hours upon tho Instru ment of torture which did service for a bed In the stuffy room of the hotel Involuntarily next morning I as soon as my eyes opened It was there a third note on tho same pa per in the same hand and of the same purport as that of tho morning before The only change was In the wording of It Why dont you arrest Mason He robbed the poetofflce Ask him If he didnt break the wlndoivglais lie wont deny It I worried througb the morning somehow never trusting myself to show up at tho postoffice At noon I was forced to go back to tho hotel as It was tho only place of public enter tainment In tho village I headed straight for my room expecting to find a fourth note on the table I was not disappointed for there It was as big as lIfo the exact counterpart of the day before Miss Lundy la the robber Moro than ever puzzled I strolled over to the postoffice after lunch Ma son was there and alone Miss Lun- dy had not returned from her dinner The postmasters taco was piteous to behold Ho shrank from me as I greet ed him and put hiD hands over his face Ills hands shook like a mans with the palsy Before I could find a seat lie arose and went Into his prl veto office beckoning me to follow- I seated myself and watched with patience while ho strode back and forth across the limited space of tho office Suddenly ho stopped squarely before me and bracing himself with a painful effort blurted out a jumble of words confessing that ho had robbed the safe I was struck all of a heap but never for an Instant did I believe him There was nomethlng IncoIherentmiklns it that told me that Mason was not tho thief What more do you want Mason breathed 1 did it I tell you and I shall be convicted of It I cant fa store the stamps and the moneyorder book because I have destroyed them but hero is tho money every penny of If- Ho throw a roll of bills In my lap and continued iy confession Is sumclent to cot I vict upon I will repeat It In court and I want you to arrest mo and got mo away from here Just as soon as you can Just nt this Juncture tho depot agent entered tho office with a tele gram for me It was a cipher rues sago from the department Taking out my code book I translated It In a moment and the contents of It In the light of Masons confession was noth ing less than unnerving Without a word I wrote tho rues sago out and passed It over to Mason Money orders being passed Waco and other Texas towns What does It mean he cried Before I could answer him Miss Lundy came Into tho office With a womans Intuition she saw that something was wrong A look of terror which smote me to the heart swept over her face She sprang forward and stepped between Mason and me who stood staring at each other like wooden Images Oh Capt DIckson she sobbed dont you believe him lie didnt have a thing to do with it I did It myself The money Is In my trunk I have burned the stamps and tho moneyor der book She didnt do it Capt DIckson ranted Mason like a man demented Sho knows nothing about It I alone am guilty and she Is merely trying to save me from prison sho Is my af flanced bride Hold on there I cautioned you aro a pair of sentimental young lane cents and while I am willing to give you my blessing although It Is a bit out of my line I am not going to be lieve a word either of you say about this robbery and dont either of you dare to breathe a word of such absurd nonson3 to anyone else I know that neither of you robbed tho safo and you couldnt convince mo of it if you talked a thousand years and produced the charred remains of that moneyorder book Itself Dry your eyes Miss Lundy shake yourself together Ma sou nnd lets got down to serious talk and clear this thing up Seo here I continued producing tho four notes toat had been loft at my room honor bright now you wrote these notes didnt you- I didnt stay to hear more but beat out of the office as If the furies wire at my back Instead of two lovers hap py beyond expression In the knowledge that their doubts were unfounded and that there was happiness still re maining for them I waint going to take chances on their betog disturbed so I took possession on the porch before tbo postoffice door to head off any persons who might feel inclined to in Crude upon their prune After some time they called to Between the two of them they plalned everything They had Ion been lovers and with the aversion Unit lovers have for tho clattering of vii lage gossips merciless tongues they had succeeded in keeping their attachment a secret They had been en gaged for some time and It was their custom to meet at tho homo of a kind ly old widow lady of an evening she alone knowing of their engagement On tho night of tho robbery they had spent tho evening together at the widows She and Mason had loft tho widows about ten oclock and Mason had left her at tho gate After leaving her Mason had taken a long stroll and about midnight bad passed tho post office In returning to his home As ho approached tho building ho had seen a lady leaving It closing and locking the door after her Next morning when ho opened the safe ho discovered the robbery Ills suspicion of Miss Lundy had then come upon him It was a pretty tangle Tho lovors had straightened It out to their own satisfaction nnd while I know that neither of them had any guilty knowledge of tho deed I was far from being satisfied and felt that my work had Just begun With my suspicion of Mason set at rest I could confide more fully In him no 1 Eot out with two clews tbo wom an isltor that Mason hind soon and the rln with tho glass head Thoro were many women In tho village that fitted tho description In a general way and that was a hard clew to follow so I foil back upon the pin Thoro woro none of tho kind for sale In the village nor had there over aeon so I knew that the pin must bo an Imported ono This was some progress but I was ptlll far from shore I dont know that I would over have run tho thief to earth If it hadnt chanced that I met a lady ono after noon who woro a flower pinned upon her breast A glanco showed me that the pin which held It was the twin brother to tho one I bad found The lady I learned had been In the vil lage some four or fivo months teach ing a dancing school with groat success No one know where she came fromIt was an easy matter to clear up the robbery after this She was an old timer In criminal deeds and as slick a crook as over woro petticoats She had easily learned the careless methods of tho postoffico and when sho deemed the occasion ripe had so lectcd a skeleton key from her stock and pulled off tho robbery a neat Job except for Masons untimely appearance upon tho scene Sho had most of the stamps lu her possession but she had sent the moneyorder book to her husband who was then operat ing In the profitable field Of the south wont How about the lovore did you snyT They were married In duo time and I had tho pleasure of officiating oa best man- Copyright 1900 by W O Chapman Copyright In Great Britain Some tropical daisies measure a foot In drcuuititenco COOPERS GUILTY Jury Returns Verdict of Second Degree Murder SENTENCED TO 20 YEARS IN PEN ExSheriff John Sharp Charged With Delng an Accessory Acquitted Jury Had Deen Out Since Wednesday Morning Nashvillo Tenn March OCotDuncan D Cooper and his son Ator icy Robin Cooper charged with the murder of oxSenator E W Carmack In the streets of Nashville wore found guilty of murder In the second degroo Saturday morning by the Jury which had been out since Wednesday morn ing1 After tho Jury pronounced the ver dIet Judo Hart sentenced tho Coopers to 20 years each In tho state pen- Itentiary The same Jury Friday morning de clared that exSheriff John Sharp who was charged with being an accessory to the murder was not guilty and be was ordered released At that time the jurors declared they wore hopelessly d vided nj to the guilt or Innocence of the Coopers and that they could not reach a ver dietJudge Hart however ordered them to return to the Jury room and take up the case again The result was that Saturday niomlng the Coopers wore found aunty of murder In tho second degree Tto Coopers father and IOn killed exSenator Edward Ward Csrmack on the streets of Nashville because of editorial attacks that hrd been made upon them In CarmacVe paper the Nashville Tcnosscoan They declared In their dcfcnio that they acted In self dofrnso but the jurors thought other wise WATER TANKS OUR3T Two Persons Killed and Many Injured Property Lots Over 200000 Parkersburg W Va March 20 With a roar resounding for miles around the two wator tanks of 1000 000 gallons capacity each which sup plUd this city with water burst Friday morning and tho water rushing In greet torrents In all directions caused death destruction and ruin The great volume of water swept down the hull carrying with It houses bud all of their contents It was un Irresistible overwhelming force carry ing with It everything In Its path House were swept away as If made of straw and In many Instances dwell- Ings with their occupants yet sleeping In their beds were thruot from their foundations hurled Into tho streets and twisted and torn as It by a tornado Two persons were killed sad many Injured Tho property lost will amount to between = 200000 and 250000 PLAN TO INSURE PEACE South American President Would Avoid Intervention by United States Washington March 20 Suggestions of a conference of Central American presidents with tho Idea of removing all possible causes for Intervention by the United States and Mexico con fined in dispatches from tho City of Mexico was tho subject of gossip at Use state department Friday It Is known that tho suggestion came from one of tho Central American republics and that It would meet with tho approval of both tho United States and Mexico Information received hero makes It plain that while ro actual bosMllllos have broken out In Central America there continue a disquieting nlortncni and fear of outbreak among the countries there which the United Stacs and Mexico are agreed should bo removed j At the samo time they are ready to act promptly In tho situation if neces city demands Couple Found Dead 011 City Pa March 20The bodies of Mr and Mrs Warren Briggs with bullet holes In their breasts were found at their home 10 miles east of Tloncatn Forest county Friday The body of Amos Walton a neighbor was found In the house with his head aimed blown off It Is believed that Walton killed Brigs and his wife and then committed suicide Blaze on Pier New York March 20FJro which started lato Friday at the land end of an 800 foot Lehigh Valley freight pier In Jersey City destroyed the pier storehouses and sheds and nearly 100000 worth of merchandise before It was flooded out by the combined forces of the Hoboken and Jersey City fire departments and a large fleet of tugs and fireboats Loss 200000 Poorhouse Burned Gardiner Mo March OVlthflames roaring against tho rear wall of the building 18 bedridden Inmates of tho city almshouse wore carried to places of safety by the attendants Fri day and half an hour later the building was in ashes Family Poisoned Memphis Tenn March 20 Council man A H Frank and his entire family were seriously poisoned by eating shrimp It Is thought Mrs Frank Is Mill 111 but the others aro almost welt l T GALOONIKILLING THE i A Most Striking Record of Temper ance Progress An interesting review of the prog ress of temperance reform throughout tho United States In tho past year has recently been furnished tho temperance press of that country by Hov Charles Stelzlo a prominent lender In social work among tho industrial classes The saloon ho states Is disap pearing at the rate of 30 a day I This moans n frontage of nbont CO miles for the recent year Eight thousand members loft tho Bartenders union during tho year mostly bocanso the bars over which they dispensed liquors are closed In ten mouths time five entire states banished their saloons Three had Already dono so with tho result that about onesixth of tho states are now dry aOn January 1 1009 there went Into effect prohibitory legislation covering nri area together with that already In h forco In this district of n solid block 320 miles north and south by 720 miles east and went so that one may travel from the Mississippi to the Atlantic ocean nnd from tho boundary of Ten ncsico to tho Gulf of Mexico without seeing a legalized saloon Great Brit ain and Ireland could bo set down over this space with 10000 square mllos of dry territory loft am n bor dot Whereas a decode ago 6000000 persona In this country lived In no license territory now 38000000 live In no saloon districts TLo saloon has been abolished by law In twothirds of all tho territory of the United States Ono Interesting R thing about this entire movement Is that the states which arc most enthusi astically In favor of the abolition of tho saloon sire thoso which for many years sustained a reputation for tbo manufacture nnd the consumption of whisky nnd other Intoxicating liquors Kentucky GeorglaAIabama Tonnes see Toxin Mississippi tho Carolinas and tho Virginias are tho most tem perate states in tho union whllo Okla hems comes Into tho onion with the determination that she would bring no saloons with herIGeorgia was to adopt prohibition Then followed tho action of Oklahoma and Alabama almost Immediately foil Into line Next came Mississippi and then North Cnrollnn All but five of the 96 coun tlliS In Tennessee are now dry Kentucky has an Investment In distilleries of 160000000 But through local option legislation It has expelled tho Mloon from 06 of Its Ii9 counties from 370 towns of tOO 426 towns nnd cities and from 97 poe cent of tho territory of the state In a tow years Virginia abolished 1000 saloons or onehalf of thoso In tho state Two thirds of all tho saloons now open In Virginia ore fount In throe titles and onehalf of all the wet territory Is confined to Norfolk and Its vicinity Of tho 1000000 people living In Wet Virginia 700000 have abolished tho liquor traffic Tho remainder of tho southern states have tho local option law In operation In largo arOlLsIKansas has long boon a prohibition slate North Dakota Is also a dry state whllo Maine Is tho mother of prohibition In Ohio nbout 68 per cont of the territory Is now dry TEMPERANCE NEEDED Alcohol the Enemy of National Em ciency In her authors Introduction to her latest work designedly of temperance Import Mario Corolll the noted English novelist sots forth In no un certain way her attitude on tbo alco holic question nail aptly expresses tho need for national uplift along tho lino of temperance As for tho drink ovllsh9 states I wish every one In to whoso hands this book may fall would honestly try to realize the widespread misery disease pauperism crime and lunacy for which that bideIous evil Is responsible and would add his or her wish and will to mine In a strong prayer that the wicked finan clal profit derived by n few out of tho physical arid moral debasement of tho 1 many may be checked And finally comoIto naught BO that the British people released at last from the dominant sway of the liquor trame may rise to tho best of everything In them tho best of brain tho boat of health the boot of life A temperate people must always bo a strong people and to hold our own In the days that aro coming wo shall need all tho strength that sound minds and sound bodies can give uo There Is no room In the future of Britain for a national vice which betrays a national weakness Georgia Bars Whisky Ada Tho Georgia AntI Saloon league an 1 nounces that the league will twhiskare agents and solicitors for whisky houses In viola lion of the atato prohibition law When flu are made n witness of tho power of evil then It Is time to set strengthRoyston Much of our discontent In rho Is due titantoof our neighbor Glume it NEW TARIFF BILL IS INTRODUCED IN HOUSE Measure Would Increase Countrys Revenues from Customs to 300 000000a Year Inheritance Tax I PlannedCoffee on Free List Washington The ways and means committee of tho house has begun consideration of tho tariff bill which was Introduced Wednesday The measure as It now stands would Increase the countrys revenues from customs to 300000000 a year Tho senate commltteo on finance also began Informal consideration of tho measure Tho probabilities are that the house committee will have only ODe sitting on the bill that the measure will be reported to the house Immediately after It convenes today and the debates will begin next Mon day The measure whIch was Introduced by Serena Payne chairman of the i committee chairman of the ways and means committee provides for an Inheritance tax Increased Internal revenue tax on cigarettes a 40000 000 Issue of Panama canal bonds an Increased Issue of 100000000 In I treasury certificates and the Impost tion of duties on a maximum and minimum basis Coffee hides and Iron oro are on the frco list boots and shoes leather goods stool and Iron products lumber wool shoddy and waste and the cheaper grades of third crass wool arc materially reduced Teats taxed eight cents a pound The In ternal revenue tax on beer and whis ky Is not disturbed Thirty thousand copies will be printed Cotreof Imposed country cents I where it Is produced and nine cents 1when from other than the producing country The Internal revenue tax on cigarettes Is materially Increased I while the tax on beer and whisky Is undisturbed A cut of CO per cent is made lii tbo stool and lumber ached 1ulea Hides tallow cottonseed oil work of art more than 20 years liltJIs re loathIt same but tho duties on window and plate rIta of tho smaller sizes are Increased while the duties on the larger sizes nrq reduced Tho tariff clnuI I Agricultural products schedule liar ley from 30 cents per bushel to 16 ticcntl barley wait from 45 cents to 25 cents cabbages frcm 3 to 2 cents each bacon and hams from G cents per pound to 4 cents fresh meat from 2 cents to lye cents per pound lard from 2 cents to 1V4 cents tallow from i of 1 cent per pound to tho free list wool grease from b of 1 cent to U of 1 coot dextrin burnt starch and so forth from 2 cents to 1H cents per pound peas green from 40 cents per bushel to 30 cents per bushel all starch except potato starch from 4 14 coats to 1 cent per pound sugar refined la reduced tram 1 95100 cents poundiA Ave cent reduction Is made In tho duties on shoddy and waste while wool tops are assessed six cents a pound moro than tho duty on scoured TbejI strictions mode by the Mann commit teo of tho houso ore Incorporated In i tho bill Tho duty on refined sugar Is reduced 6100 of a cent a pound and on dex trln half a cent a pound A reduc i than of half a cent a pound Is also tmado In the duty on starch with the t 4 exception of potato starch Zinc In 1oro Is ase88od one cent per pound for tho zinc contained Tho tariff on pig iron is reduced from U to 250 per ton Where Increases Are Made Tho principal Incroafct ono made in the duties on lemons cocoa and sub stitutes for coffee coal tar dyes gloves and coated rap rs and litho graphic print As was expected the now tariff bill Is made on a maximum and minimum buts with tho provision that tho maximum rates nro not to go Into ef pasengosare contained In tho paragraphs as sessing duties on bituminous coal and coke and agricultural Implements by which these articles are given entry freo of duty whoa Imported from coun tries which permit tho tree Inuwrta 14- For the Discouraged f UlB things are only llttlo things put together It Is encouraging to think of this when confronted with n big task Rcmcsibcr that it is only a group of Tittle tasks any one of which I you can oaelly doW P Warren Doric Acid for Eyes 1Qften viioii one has n cold tho oyes l foal hot nud are rOil and Infla- medkThe beat way to effpet acme Islo w byoa frequently jwllh a so luttoiTif boric acid and i tlon of these articles from America Tho Inheritance tax provision of tho bill Is similar to the Now York state law It provides a tax of five per cent on all inheritances over GOO that are collateral inheritances or In which strangers nro the legatees In cases of direct inheritance tho taxes proscribed are On 10000 to 100000 one per cent on 100000 to 500000 two per cent and on those over 500 00 three per cont It is estimated that 20000000 annually will bo derived from this tax Ends Foreign Trade Agreements Tho maximum and minimum provision of tho bill does away with the necessity of continuing the foreign trade agreements The abrogation of these is provided for in a section which authorizes the president to Issue notices of the termination of these agreements within ten days aft er tho bill goes Into effect The French agreement would therefore terminate Immediately while tho Oar man agreement would remain in force for six months- A provision In the bill Is designed to moot the conditions resulting from tho patent laws of Great Britain which requires that patentees must manufacture their articles in Great Britain This provision applies the same mice to patents taken out in this country by aliens as applied to Americans In the country of the aliens Drawback privileges aro extended by I tho bill and tho method of valuation on articles upon which tbo tariff Im poses an ad valorem duty is broad ened for tho purpose of preventing the practice of undervaluation Payne Explains Bill Tho following explanation of the form of tbo bill was made by Mr Payne The new tariff bill Is a minimum and maximum tariff bilL The mini mum rates of duty aro contained In the first section and tho free list for tho minimum rates Is in tho second section of tho bill The third section contains the maximum rates which are generally equal to the minimum rates and 20 per cent in addition thereto and the articles on tho free list In too transfer to the third section bear a duty of 20 per cent ad vnlorom as a maximum rate The maximum rate does not go Into effect in any event until CO days after the passage of tho ac Dy tho fourth section the minimum rates are applied to all good terms by way of tar iff as that given to any other nation and tho maximum rates ore applied to those countries which discriminate against the trade of tho united states or fall to give tho United States tariff rates as favorable as those Riven any other nation This section is self acting making It the duty of the executive to collect the duties whether minimum or maxi mum In accordance with the terms of bo bill leaving It open to the courts to decide upon the legality of the ActionOno problem that confronted tho committee was tho question of revenue Tho business of all commercial nations has been depressed for nearly two years and thus has affected our commerce and greatly reduced our revenues so that we havo a large deficit but tho revenues under the present law aro Improving from month to month as business conditions are becoming better Changes by Payne Dill Tho statement gives the rates In tho present law the Dingley tariff and shows tho changes that tho Payne bill proposes The abstract of the bill continues Tho committee have transferred some articles from tho free list to the dutiable and have Increased duties on othors for the solo purpose of Increasing tho revenue Most of these articles on which duties havo been Increased aro luxuries which have been Increased as follows Perfumeries null toilet articles from CO to CO per centum ad valorem fancy soap from 1C to 20 cents per pound chicory root raw not dried from ono cent to 2 Y cents per pound roasted from 2yt cents to five cunt perpoundCocoa crude transferred from the free list to tho dutiable at four cents per pound prepared or manufactured Increased two cents on each classifi cation except that valued above 35 cents per pound which remains the same Ten per centum ad valorem Is also ndded to the duties assessed on that valued between 1C and 35 cents per pound Powdered cocoa from live to nino cents per pound American Phonographs In China American phonograph companies do a big business In China The most famous Chlnoso bands and palace sing ors aro engaged to make records They arc brought from all pnrtii of tho em pare to tho three record making cen ters Poking Changlm and Hong kong Hero tho apparatus for making the master records Is sot up and tho recording done under tho direction of thenorththe south TIlE PRESENCE OF BACTERIA IN MILK Facts Regarding MayDecomo I Bacteria nro BO small that it is dif flcult to form a conception of their di mensions It Is only when we con skier them In the aggregate that they reach units of measure with which wo are fa mlllar It is esti mated that If 25 000 averagesized rodsbapcdbacterla were placed end to end theircombined length would equal an inch The weight of an average bacillus is so small that It has boon estimated it Would tune over GOOOOO 000000 ot them toInfluence of Tern grnmperatureteria onoFoundWhat the bacteria lack In also Js made up In their great numbers and power of reproduction A cubic centi meter of milk which contains about 25 drops frequently contains thousands sometimes millions even hundreds of millions of bacteria A single drop of sour milk may contain 40000000 bacteria Bacteria reproduce themselves by a very simple process known as fission Tho cell becomes elongated and n par tition wall la formed across tho middle The two cells thus formed sepa rate and wo have two bacteria Higher plants may take weeks and months or Fig 1Bacterla of the Spherical or Coccus Type even many years to grow to maturity These simple plants known as bacteria however under favorable condi ions may complete their growth and reproduce themselves In less than an hourTno relation of bacteria to tempera Lure is must interesting and Important A certain amount of heat Is essential and a certain amount is fatal Each particular variety of bacteria has an upper and h lower temperature limit beyond which It does not grow and a certain temperature called tho op tlmum at which It grows best Most forms occurring In milk find their optimum temperature between SO anti 98 degrees Fahrenheit Few bac terra grow at all above 100 degrees and nt 125 degrees tho weaker ones soon die An exposure of ten minutes at 160 to ICO degrees Fahrenheit is fatal to nearly all bacteria which do not form spores Spores as previously mentioned oro destroyed only by pro longed boiling exposure to steam un der pressure or to a high degreo of dry heat With dry heat such as Is obtained in an oven much higher tem perature and longer exposures aro nec essary to secure the same results In the laboratory small flasks of milk are sterilized by holding them in a small steam boiler at a temperature ot 246 degrees Fahrenheit for 15 minutes See Fig 5 If the milk is cooled and held at 60 degrees Fahrenheit or better still 40 degrees growth is checked at once and multiplication very slow tJn e e Fig 2 Bacteria of the Coccus Type Hanging Together In Chains It has been assumed by many wri ters that milk is formed In the udder entirely thom bacteria This has fro quently been disputed and is still a matter ot some doubt However tho best authorities agree that milk Is bacteria free when formed unless the udder Is so Injured or diseased that there Is a direct passageway from the blood vessels to milk ducts It should be remembered that an injury so slight that It would escapo tho most careful examination might be sufficient to allow the passago of bacteria Even If the milk la secreted bacteria free it is very difficult to obtain It perfectly sterile Bacteria work their way into the milk cistern through the opening In the teat and find thorn conditions under which they can grow and multiply This growth Is ordln arily confined to tho lower part of the udder and tbo greater number of the bacteria era wahd out with tho first few streams of milk Sometimes how over the growth may extend into thl smaller milk ducts and the last part of tbo milk will contain nearly as many bacteria as tho first Inflammation of the udder or fermen tation ot the milk In the udder rarely occurs because there Is only a very small amount of milk held in the ud der and most of the bacteria found there have little or no effect on milk It is also truo that fresh mUk like tho blood contains somo substance which has an Inhibiting influence on bacteria This Influence is so ought that It Is Fig 3 Typical RodShaped Bacteria Bacillus Type In Some of These Spores Are Shown as Clear Areas probably of little practical importance but It may havo somo relation to the comparatively slow development of inacterla in the udder The real contamination occurs after tho milk has left the udder In spite of careful milking dirt parJloa ot dust hairs even bits of manuto from tho flanks or udder of the cow mat fall Into the milk All of these thing Invariably carry more or less bacterial contamination Manure usually con talus largo numbers of bacteria man of them being kinds which product very undeslrablo changes in milk and the dry dust of the stable floor con talus great numbers and varieties oi bacteria This dust soon settles and an open milk pall catches a surprls Ingly largo amount But the contamination does not end hero The palls or tho cans may not bo properly cleaned and tho earners oi seams may hold small particles ol dirt or sour milk Theso Impurities aro full of bacteria which quickly find their way Into the milk The cloth through which tho milk is strained may not have been properly scalded and the bacteria are not only not all destroyed bug have actually multiplied In the damp cloth When the strainer is used again many of thesa bacteria nro washed out by tho milk If a cooler is used It may add to the contamination if it Is placed so that It catches tho dust Finally the hot Fig 4 Bacteria with HairLike Appendages Which Enable Than to Swim About In Water or Milk tics in which tho milk Is distributed may not have been properly washed and steamed and thus may becomo an other source of contamination The contamination from each indi vidual source may bo small but taken all together it has a serious Influence on tho quality of tho milk If ex traordinary precautions are taken to prevent contamination the number of bacteria in the fresh milk may be kept down to a few hundred per cubic eel timeter with careful milking It may easily be kept within a few thousand with careless mllkng and handling the number will vary greatly with circum stances and may exceed 100000 Tbo bacteria In milk from cows kept In stables may bo different from the bacteria from cows on pasture Bacteria which occur rarely In milk during the winter mouths may become numerous in the summer and specific fermentations which are almost unknown iu tho summer may appear In the autumn or winter It should not bo assumed that all bacteria are harmful either to milk ot to the human system In fact many kinds of bacteria will grow In milk foi a long time without changing Its taste or appearance while many of the fen mentations which make milk undesirable for direct consumption aro used In making butter and various kinds oi cheese Very few of the buclerln cause disease or produce poisonous by products The Individual HenDear In mind that there Is moro In tho Individual hen than In tho breed This has been proven by tide trapnest Beginners frequently blame the breed for failure when tho fault Is really with them solves or tho individual liens Bo cause eggs are 40 cents a dozen and hens are not laying is no reason why tho breed of Lena should bo changed Perhaps tho hens arc nonproductive or they have not been properly fad or cared for itA L855 Berea CollegeI FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO f PLE OF THE MOUNTAINSP- laces the BEST EDUCATION in reach of oil L Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placedwith others like himself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lecture library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and tho common branches taught In thorlght way Prawlng Staging BlbUi Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free text booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions aad compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn IACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely 1 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 Juan may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady In Home ScienceiACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for a part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fOOl ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin tier man Algebra History Science eta fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses wllb use of laboratories scientific apparatus and al modern methods Tho highest educational standards NORMAL 3and 4year courses fit for tho profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables ono to got a flrstolasr certificate FollDwIns years winter and spring terms give the Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces sary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may he wen as an extra in connection with any course Small extra tees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College Is not a moneymale Ing Institution All the money received from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than be pays In This great deficit is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic pcopoIwho are supporting Bcroa IB order that it may train young mon and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of the young people Our students como from the best families and aro earnest to do well and Improve For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurso without extra charge All except those with parents In Bcrca live In College buildings and assist In work of boarding ball farm and shops receiving valuable train Ing and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In win tor it Is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents S week Some who need to earn more may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 60 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books ate vorj with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate is the boa but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopers tlve Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas another necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The College asks no rent for the fine buildings in which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding + and towels For table board without coffeo or extras 135 a week h the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights washying of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring GO cents In winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This is paid but once and Is returned when tho student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build Ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a tree gift The Incidental Feo for most students is 500 a term 400 in tower Model Schools GOO In courses with Latin and 700 In Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room real by the term board by the half term Installments are as follows f WINTER12 weeks 2900tin one payment 2850 Installment plan first day 2100 including 100 deposit middle tterm 900- SPRING10 weeks 2250in ono payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1075 Including 100 deposit middle oj term G7- 5SPRING4 weeks term for thoso who must leave for farm work 940 SPRING7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers examinations 1645 Winter and Spring terms together one payment 4900 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end ot a t term receive back for money advanced as follows On board in full except that no allowance is made for any fraction ol 1 a week I On room or on any special expenses no allowance for any tines plred fraction of a month and in any case a forfeiture of fifty cents On Incidental Fee when one leaves beforo the middle of the term a certificate Is given allowing a student to apply onehalt the fee for term blllo when ho returns provided it Is within four terms IT PAYS TO STAYWhen you have made your Journey and are well started In school it pays to stay as long as possible The tint day of Winter term Is January 6 190D The first day of Spring term Is March 25th 1909 For Information or friendly advice writo to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLEBEREA 1That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the men and boys who see it The mountain people like u good thing when they see it and to get a 75 cent knife with two blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the mountain people than any other dollar paper in tho world The Knife and The Citizen for 125 That brings in subscriptions all the time If you have not got it you ought to have F IN WASHINGTON Continued from Viral Paste end of the Capitol Senator Aldrich has much better control of the Sen ate than Cannon does of the House but he is not so noisy In his methods and instead of a lot of Jealously be has produced a regular lovefeast at which all the Senators can pelt each other with violets and compliments when not harmoniously busy getting out laws for the nations good The difference between Cannon and Al drich Is that when Cannon sees any member opposing his organization he I goes for him with a stuffed club or loaded stick while when Aldrich sees a recalcitrant he approaches him with every mark of sweet and gener ous lovo and puts him on the best committee that has a vacant place Thus Senator La Follette finds him self Chairman of the Census Com mittee so that the peppery little fire eater will be so busy he will have to hush for a while On the whole Mr Aldrich must be a pretty wise and astute sort of a despot or he would not have such men as Root Lodge Burton Hale and Beverldge In his ring Possibly one reason why the Senators are pulling together so nicely this session Is that they all Join together in finding fault with the tariff bill as Introduced Into the House by Sereno Payne for the Ways and Means Committee last Wednesday They seem to think that the House Is amazingly poor at making laws and they Intend to get busy and frame a tariff law that will save the nation and the Republican party TARIFF TALK It Is risky to talk about what will and what will not be done to the tariff at this early stage In the game and yet the tariff Is the only subject that anyone In Washington is Interested in nowadays They were going to tax beer 160 a barrel But Just when Uncle Joe Cannon was fighting like a madman to keep his hold on the House the beer men came down to Washington with a large supply of money and Influence to help the Speaker win his fight If he would see that the tax was kept off from beer They were going to take the protec tion away from coaloil so that the Standard 011 Company would not be able to make such enormous pro fits But the Standard Oil people came down here Just when Mr Can non was frightened for his political life and offered to help him If they could keep their protection The result was that beer will not be taxed and that the pitiful struggling In fant oil industry will not have its tariff pap rudely snatched away from It Also Mr Cannon is still at the head of the House Ho was helped not only by the liquor men but by the Democrats And not by ordinary Democrats who are usually very respectable citizens as all the world knows but by the Tammany Demo crats of New York City the worst political crowd In the history of America Also there were some Democrats from Loulsana who are not really Democrats at all because they want high tariff and protection For the sake of the much needed help which these men gave the tariff on sugar will not be lowered and every workingman In the country will pay twothirds more than he need U for his sugar The Democratic leader Champ Clark Is dealing pretty i sharply with these deserters from r his ranks and rumor has It that they are coming around to him with all sorts of excuses and apologies However Mr Cannon seems to have won his fight pretty nearly entirely for the present session It Is safe to say that there will be a general shakeup at the opening of the next session but In the shifting changes which are daily occurlng there Is no telling Just what the final re suit will be There are two sets of tariff tax es proposed by the blUa high set for articles coming from countries which charge high rates on goods we send to them and a low set for countries who only charge us low c I rates This may get us Into trouble with some nattdhs who thinks that It is too sharp and abrupt a manner I of treating them The best tariff system seems to be that of the Ger mans They arrange special treaties with each separate country it re quires lots of work but more than pays for Itself just as it always pays a man to make each bargain separate ly rather than to put up an un changeable price rate and not adapt it to the circumstances But Congress will not consent to the Conventlon Wo Buy Ii FURSHides t Wool Feathers Tallow Beeawax Cliuent Golden SuUYeDowRooO Mar Apple will CIerte We are dealerii oulEAcJ la l8560 r L Uaaimeyto- l awefeaidrsadobetterteryou ttiu 0emuor comouBoa nochub Refaroce say Bail in LouMU Write lot weekly y yact lilt lad ibVtins Ud t MaSabol Sons 229 E Market SI LOUISVILLE KY l al System as It Is called tor many I years Indeed they think they are pretty smart to adopt the maximum usedII treaties Maybe we ought to learn from Spain but the State Depart ment officials would like to see us try the German plan Mr Knox Is going to ask all the great nations whether or not they will tolerate an arbitrary maximum and minimum I tariff such as proposed The Senate does not think much of the scheme brought forward by the House There Is proposed a tax on Inherit ing property but that provision will not go through because the State tax Inheritances and the Federal government ought not to interfere and encroach Taft wants an income taxthat Is a tax on each man according to the amount of money he makes in any given year The Wilson Act of 1S9J carried such a tax Hides are not to be protected by theirIfor the farmer and since the benefits of protection go mainly to the manu facturer It Is hard to cut off what little good the stock raiser does get The tax will probably be put on again before the bill is passed The tax on wool has been kept on as concession to the Western farmers The tax on Iron is lowered MUST QUIT COWARDICE Declaring that the South must quit her cowardice or split at once Julian Harris editor of Uncle Remus The Home Magazine in an editor- Ial enUtled Shall the Solid South be Shattered printedIin the March number of the Magazine makti some startling declarations concerning the political situation In the South In part he says As long as the South remains solidly Democratic under present con ditions she will be hopeless and help less She gave to the recent Demo cratic presidential nominee all but a thimbleful of electorlal votes yet she nominal baeIfor an Isolated office or two I Why Because the Democrats outside I the South believe that the negro scarecrow will keep the South solid ly Democratic They have heard for years that the Democrats of the South would vote for a yellow dog Thereforelwrite the platform name the nominee and in their heartsfor they la not understand how the negro ques I tion has solidified the South despise the Souths timidity and complacence i It Is because the South has always been solid and Democratic that It i has no power with the Democrats party and it is for this same reason that the Republican party has here tofore slipped in no planks that might palliate the Southerners The Solid South is no longer a power It is a phrase that Is the signal fort laughterDemocracy What do the organlz ed Democrats of Tammany care for Democracy In Its broadest sense For national politIcs Tammany wouldnt lift a finger If New York City might be carried In local politics by knifing the national nominee But the South is seeing and upder openIdangerInational Democratic patty and the convention and then If the demand Is refused take control and nomin ate Its own man out of the South and begin a fight from the start and to the finish theISolidcur next election and Georgia should be the state that breaks away it would be sure to mean a cabinet of ficer from this state doubtless one or more Republican Southern Re publican Congressmen In the South no man but a staunch Southerner could be elected even as a Republicannor would the Republicans appoint any other kind Then the South will have representation In the party councils of the Republican party and what her representatives say will be heeded not only because doubtful states are not easily to be disregarded but equally because the Republican party will be hearing the Souths story from a Southern Republican And the negro who waits for a federal appointment will turn gray with age II EFAmrIeasy first few days or weeks of spring If your neighbor has a good man who Is satisfied with his place dont try to entice him away Theres where the Golden Rule fits in Because hard work made them so dont be ashamed of bent shoulders It Is better to be bent In the back than broke In the pocket RUSSIA FOR CHRIST I Mission of Baron Woldemar Uxkull to His People In the Dark Lands One of the most Interesting speakers at the last Northficld conference says the Record of Christian Work was Baron Woldemar Uxkull of Russia The baron was con verted from infi delity In middle life and Is now fired with the great purpose of having the gospel broadBaronthe Russian empire He declares that the need In that dark land today is appalling He calls it the largest unevangellzed field the world He says that in all Rus Iin there is not a single training school for evangelical ministers while In the vast territory of Siberia there is no gospel minister lie has come to America to raise 100000 to establish In his native land a training school for ministers and workers on the lines of the ChristianI ble Institute In Chicago Is president of the Baptist Union In Russia and a vicepresident of the I Worlds Baptist Alliance lie is accompanied by his wife who Is a charming woman During tho Northfleld conference the baron told the story of his con I version and also of tho llplous condition and needs of He was brought up on the largeRussiaI estate in Esthonla but found peace or satisfaction In life until he accepted Christ as his personal Sav lour Some time after his conversionIho was baptized in his own one of the peasant Christians and he became a member of the peasants I church At their request ho then became pastor of their church and now devotes time and money to the Interests of the workITHE I General Move to Increase the Amount to 1000 or MoreIReports from all parts of the country indicate that deIservedcoming to recognize the the devoted men who give their timeI and thought to tho church for salaries of four five or six hundred dollars a year and are manifesting a commend able disposition to remove the necessi ty for the continuance of such unnecessary sacrifice The sustentation committee of the Rock River conference of the Methodist church reported at its meeting In Chicago that It had decided to make an effort to raise enough money so that no minister might receive less than 1000 a year and the laymen of the conference at their own meeting adopted by accla mation a resolution favoring tho In crease in salaries The Methodists are especially active this fall In the matter The Chicago Tribune has received reports from ten conferences in Illinois and neighboring states at which the subject was discussed and the opinion expressed that unless quick action were taken there would be a dearth of preachers What may be regarded as an extreme Illustration of the present tendency comes from the Des Moines conference held at Council Bluffs la where It was reported that 37 of the 217 pulpits are vacant because of the Insufficient sal ary whereas ten years ago there were ten more preachers than pulpits In the conference Orphan Girls Remembered Of the many wonderful things In the world fow if any are more wonderful than the manifestations of tho care which God takes of the helpless There was a splendid illustration of this caro exercised through human Instruments In the will of the late Robert N Carson of Philadelphia Mr Carson be queathed an estate worth 5000000 for purpose of founding and main laming a college for orphan girls between the ages of five and ten years i who have neither father nor mother They are to receive such training as will fit them for a life of usefulness and are then to be discharged at tho age of 18 or less The girls are not to be dressed In uniform but are to be allowed the exorcise of some degree of Individual taste Rockefeller to Build Church The largest and most novel church in tho country Is to be built by John D Rockefeller on the site of the Euclid Avenue Baptist church at Cleveland O It will be 16 stories lecI I training schools for missionaries serv ants artisans a restaurant dorm tories and a hospital To Be Raised to Bishopric The congregation of the propaganda has decided to raise the vlcarlato apos tolic of Saskatchewan a district of the northwest territories of Canada to a bishopric and change its name to Prince Albert Mgr Albert Pascal will be appointed bishop His Reproof Theres one thing I want changed In this house said Doodles father looking at the vacant chair on his right and that Is Doodles dining hours Tire young man is entirely too fond of doing ts he pleases I intend to rein him In a little The trouble Is went on Doodles father pausing In tho process of carv ing to glance accusingly at his wife and daughter that everybody else In this house combines to spoil him But papa protested Doodles spa ter you praise whatever he docs and then Doodles thinks he can do precisely as ho likes You are very much mistaken returned Doodles father firmly I am the only ono thatthe young Jackanapes cant cajole and wheedle When he comes In I Intend to give him a very serious talking to There was the sound of a key In the front door Then with an ear split ting whistle and a clatter of books Doodles blow airily In and presently dashed into tho dlning room Hello there dad shouted Doodles with an accompanying slap on his fay thers shoulder life sister gave him a warning glance which went wide of Itsmark Say remarked Doodles falling into his chair that roast beef looks good An Inch thick dad and right through tho center Gee I could eat old shoos If you were treated to some of the delicacies you mention when you come in at this hour from school you might mend your ways a little said his re proving parent Doodles eyebrows went tipas his father handed his plate to him Now dad said Doodles argu montatlvely how could I get home when there was a special mass meet- Ing of the sophomore class Do you suppose I would ditch tho fellows whoa But Did There Was a Fight On I was one of the bunch to get the thing up Its only the sissies who run borne to their mammas as soon as school Is out Tho rest of the kids hang around and rough house In the gym or get up some class stunts All of which does not get your les poodlesfatherOh say theyre easy for tomorrow dad exclaimed Doodles The geometry teacher gave us the same lesson over because nobody knew It and the German teacher has such a cold in her head that sho doesnt care what happens But look hero my boy all this doesnt excuse these late appearances at the dinner table and I want But dad remonstrated Doodles In an Injured tone there was a fight on Why say the sophs fairly cleaned up tho whole crowd of Juniors Oh did anyone get hurt Inquired Doodles sister Not that kind of a fight exclaimed Doodles In a deprecating tone You know the kind dad a regular political rough house Tho Juniors wanted to put their man In as president of the new Commons club and there was some warm electioneering I can tell you How did things turn ouU Inquired Doodles father We won cried Doodles his eyes shining and by Jinks dad it took some tall hustling You see Downy Adams had his automobile out at school and ho took 20 of the Juniors for a little spin after school They were to be back In time for tho election at 4 but Downy whispered sweet things to his carburetor and It acted up when they were quite a way from school When they got back tho election was over and they wero shy 20 votes for tho Juniors But that wasnt fair said Doodles sister looking shocked Sure it was protested Doodles You see we all agreed beforehand that If either class was green enougb to let a lemon be handed It that class would have to stand for the squeeze Who was elected president asked Doodles sister Mo answered Doodles beaming o tho family Bows that dad Good work Htillyl said Doodler father Shake hands Doodles C always said you wero a chip of the block The Prediction of the Straws By Robert 3 MooBnrtoo At tho foot of the snowcapped mountains of Himalaya thero was once a town calhd Kusalassa It was two score yojanas from the great realm of Kapllavnstu A wild town It was with few occupations other than those of hunting and agrl culture A few there wore who re tained some religion but they were In a way shunned These fow numbering about five score lived by themselves al ono end of the town had their grain fields consolidated Into one and every harvest time would go forth mud cut tho rice which would be distributed as equally as posslblo among themselves Gradually these people moved far ther away from Kusalassa nod the wild people took possession of their deserted fields Then there were skirmishes between the two parties and once or twice a man was killed but they thought nothing of that The raiders were called Sabbas and at first disliked the appellation but as time wore on thoy carne to rejoice In It and out of spite termed their one ales Kumlassas Now the skirmishes became more frequent and bloody till finally there occurred n real battle In witch ar row and sword did such good service that onefourth of the Sabbas and ono third of tho Kusalassas lost their lives but the latter though outnumbered won After tho battle there was groat rejoicing In the village of tho Kusa lassasTho smell of attar and savory dishes was everywhere to be noticed Before the linage of Ganesha tho chief deity of those people stood a red ram awaiting the butchers knife The crowd of nnxlouD spectators watched intently as the priestbutcher ap preached a silverhandled knife In his hand Then the Incense arose more strongly and there were cries to Can f sha to accept tho sacrifice Suddenly from those about the Im age there canto two people a man and a woman The woman In black attire her head covered with a veil clung to the mans arm The man carrying a short sword ode of talus wood stepped up to the It M and said In a steady voice Oh iriigi Itrforr thou layent Mealm he ram 1 would say that I have came itIur in wed SulHBgana whom thou I itjf by my side Wo promised three coons ngn to well after I should have lain a SaMw The battle of today has brought our wlshw to fruition Then many more stopped forward boaIng sAMit cokes and bags of grain and one had a bowl of milk time moon was rising casting Its slivery light over the piles of dead on the field of battle It seemed to have been premedi tated far every one had something for the bride and groom A feast was soon spread tho guests seated and the red rams throat slit The priest caught tho blood and sprin kled It upon tho surface of the milk Then two rice straws wore produced and dropped upon the reddened liquor Sulangana and her future husband named DeVatang watched the straws anxiously for If they met It signified love till death A shower of rice was sprinkled over the floor of the house of Ganeaha Now the fateful moment was at handThe straws floated over nearer to each other but they floated slowly A breeze from tho doorway and Just as the two straws were about to touch they were blown wide apart A stifled scream from Sulangana a groan from Duvatang a murmur from the guests a shako of the head from tho priest the bloodstained milk was still and the straws moved not Sulangana sank t her knees Two nxlous hours passed tho straws remained motionless Onco when a gentle breeze laden with the odor of the pyre moved thorn slightly the priest out of pity at tempted to blow them toward each other unseen by bride or groom but his breath only Increased the space between them Then with a shriek Sulangana fainted Dovatang leant against a pll lar with a hand to his head mutter- Ing Oh Sulangana It cannot apply to me for my heart will over ro main tho same I Then It must belie was Interrupted by the entrance of a man In a yellow gown whoso faco bore an expression of sadness lie perceived Sulangana on her face and raised her with his hand Oh what do I see cried she opening her eyes TIs the Rash of whom they speak TIs tho Lord Buddha and she fell at his feet and kissed his hands So soon So soon shrieked De vatang tearing his hair and clutching his dagger The straws did not lie then Sulanganal What means this Who Is this man For answer she again kissed Buddhas lands and cried Oh save mo Sho meant for him to save her from the fate foretold by the straws but to Dovatang It had another mean lag Ills heart was burning within him and with a bound he was at his wifes side and his taluswood sword was through her heart Then recognizing Oautama he stared from the corpse at his feet to tho horrified pitying eyes that wero urned upon him and fell forward sever to rise again for In falling his sword bad pierced his heart THE MARKET Barea Prices Apples cooking 40c pk eating COc pk Cabbage 2V4c per Ib Potatoes Irish per bu 130 Seed Potatoes Early row 1123 Burbank 140 Early Ohio 135 x Eggo per dozen 14c I Butter per lb 2Cc t Bacon per Ib 813c lIam per Ib 12V4c Lard per Ib lOc Iuro 12c Chickens on foot per lb lOc Miens on foot per Ib lOo Feathers por lb 30o y Oats per bu C6c y uWheatTie No1 L N 8 culls 20c Live StockL- ouisville March 23 09 CATTLE Shipping steers 4 CO 5 76 Beet steers 300 6 J5 Fat heifers and cows 3 00 G 00 Cutters 2 00 300 Canners 100 200 Bulls 200 400 lFeeders 3 00 500 V Stockers 2 50 4W Choice milch cows 35 00 45 00 Common to fair 15 00 35 00 CALVES Boat 6 25 7 00 IedlumIi 00 6 00 Common 2 50 6 HOGS ICO Ibs up 6 00I130 to ICO Ibs 6 pGOO C CO Houghs 5 SO down I JHEEP Best lambs 6 00 6 50 CullsI00 6 00 Fat sheep 4 50 down MESS PORK 12 50 I HAMS Choice sugar cured light and special cure 11V4 and aC heavy to medium llc I 16c j Sides 11eIBellies 13e Dried beef 12c Shoulders Stfc LAUD Pure tierces ll io tub llc I pure leaf tierces 12i4o firkins 12Jo tubs 12ic EGOS Caao count ICVJo BUTTEH Packing 15Hc creamery i 30c Ib tub Me- POULTUV Hens 13o roosters CHo i stringers 1420c ducks 12c turkoII16o geese 7c I WHEAT No 2 red 123 OATS Now No3 whlto GCoNo 3 I mixed G5c CORNNo 3 white 72c No 3 mix v ed 70Hc RYENo 2 Northwestern 87 x a A PETITION To the readers of Tho Citizen We tho undersigned hereby state that tho petition printed In Tho Citi zen on Feb 25 1909 was not as wo understood It to bo when wo signed It and that It contained matter which wo did not know to bo In It Parti cularly wo did not intend to ilgn any document which Indicated that we believed there was no ono in the Sand Gap vicinity or on tho mall route fit or capable of holding the poet office Wo hereby state our belief that there are several men In tho vicinity that are well qualified and hereby withdraw our names tram that petition Signed Dock Luniford Jake Brockman- P M Smith IX II Harrison + y lSbeltonV W A Powell L C Hurst Clove Hurst Pen Durham- R R DaurghtyfW F Powell R F BalestJames U tJII MorrisrJobo Morris Sam Standafor Sherman Durham Elmer Clemons Wm WilliamsSA D Campbell Charley Hurst L C Powell Dr Hayes W M Gay The man who persistently sits down Is sure to become hard up Ono of the moat Insidious and un expected forms of attack Is to tread upon a tack I nLamTa IAN sad NCIANIC tab rut ueylwly faro afoul elahklly the comlInto m ANDoalmuotpbw ptat sam Ia1ti Catrhologrnphy mittfane- 1uItNMAINYwaxhee ANaICA N It- everybody Iieaulllulplctureat nth APNOIOuItj PNAmarlcanPhotelnpby LADIES You are most cordially invited to attend my opening of Spring Millinery Friday and Saturday April 2 and 3 1909IPhone 134 MRS LAURA JONES ooeoegeoeoeoeoeoeov4oeoeeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeeoeoeo ierea and Vicinity e- o 0 e 0 I a GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o- oososososososesesosososasosososososososoiososososoS e I 0 DR BEST DENTIST CITY rilONB 103 OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE t pi I Uso the Globe Fertilizer It is the best I Mr Dan Click of Kerby Knob was a town visitor Saturday Mrs J W Evans has been spend I ing tills week and last with friends atConwayB and several others l from hero WOro in Richmond Sunday Afternoon to attend tho burial of lion Curtis F Durnam Miss Grace Adams returned homo Wednesday from Richmond whoro oho had been treated at tho Gibson Hospital for tho past two weeks Buy your Fertilizer from C C Rho dus Ho tolls tho best Mr and Mrs Ed Scrlvncr aro re joicing over tho arlval of a fine boat their homo last Saturday Wo will have on display at our Millinery opening March 2627 positively tho best line of hats on tho market at loss than others ask It will certainly be to your advantage to come And see Mrs S It Baker Mr A J Smith Is having his house on Center street repaired and some new additions made to it Mr W II Mooro and Mss Etta Azblll wore very qultoly married last Thursday at tho homo of Miss Az bills aunt Mrs Laura Jones Several of our town people attend ed tho funeral services of Mr J J Wood of Conway last Saturday You will find the Globe and Roads Fertilizer for sale by C C Rbodui Girls who are going home at the end of this term come to my store and buy your new hat I will glvo you 25 per cent ort each hat Come price them I have them from 60 cent up Mrs Laura Jones The Young Womens Christian As sociation met at Ladles Hall last Saturday afternoon and elected of flecro for tho coming year For presi dent Martha Sproul vicepresident Amy Drldgman secretary Kelllo Coo And treasurer Mice CollottIMrs Stella Settle and Miss Lucy Hayes of Big 11111 were in town Mon day on buslneoa The Rev Stephen Carrier who has boon conducting revival meetings at Paint Lick prcaied at the Disciples church hero Monday night Wllllo Hayes who spent the latter part of last week at the home of Mr And Mrs J G Harrison returned to his homo at Big Hill Monday Dont buy some brand of Fertilizer that you dont know anything about Go to C C Rhodus and buy tho Globe Fertilizer for you know It Is good ItI has been tried This means you This means every woman In Boras Madison and adjoin ing counties you aro invited to our Millinery opening March 2627I do not send out written invitations but invito everybody through The Cltl 1 son Mrs S R Baker Mr and Mrs W II Porter and two hlldren left Wednesday for their now homo at Gadsden Ala where Mr Porter will bo tho cashier of tho now Alabama Dank and Trust Co just established there Both Mr and Mrs Porter have a largo circle of friends hero who aro very sorry that they aro going away from us Besides tho help of tho upbuilding of tho town Mr Porter has done faithful i work as superintendent of the Bap tlst Sunday school for tho past few years On leaving tho Sunday school presented him a handsome umbrella to show their thanks and apprecia tion for tho good work he had done largv est stock and most stylish upto date hats I havo ever offered you and at such low prices I am sure you will bo delighted Next week I will glvo you tho date of my opening Mrs Laura Jones FOR SALE Good 60 aero farmP at Wallaceton on turnpike with Im j provement Dally mall Three churches near district school Call on or address J 8 Cade n R No 1 Paint Lick Ky r ONESIMUS The Most Profitable Firstclass IRON ROOFING Wears like the kind sold 20 years agojust as honest and sensible PATKNT AIILIKD FOIl Guaranteed and Manufactured by LENGFELLNER O P Jackson a candidate for County Attorney of Madison Co was a business visitor In town Tuesday- U 8 Wyatt has purchased of Mr Allen Bogie his restaurant on tho corners of Main and Center streets and will continue business there PUBLIC SALEFrom 10 a m to 4 p m on Saturday April 3 1909 at tho corner of Main and Center sts In Berea Ky I will hold a combination sale to sell stock of any kind or any thing tho people will have there to sell Whatever you have to dispose of have it there Wo have booked to sell thrco good top buggies odo good buckboard one good set of harness ono good family horse eight years old ono break cart W P Prowltt Auctioneer Tho many friends of Father Jno Blazer wore grieved to hear of his death last Monday night caused by a j slight stroke of paralysis Father Blazer was a man that was loved by all who knew and came In contact with him and In his eightytwo years of llfo made a great host of friends Funeral services ware hold at the Parish House Wednesday afternoon conducted by tho Rev Dr A E Thomson and ho was laid to rest in the Beroa cemetery Ills four sans and ono daughter and his many grand hlldrcn who survive him have the sympathy of Berea people In their I loss I Miss Hattie Daugh returned last Wednesday from Red House where site has been visiting friends and reo latlvcs for tho post three weeks ILldles I make a specialty of hats I cell hats only I guarantee satisfaction with every order that goes out of my store I have for trimmer Miss Helen Jackson from Cincinnati she comes well recommended and knows her business Call and leave your beginsIhla residence and will build a new one in Its place W P Prowltt Is planning to make tho Saturday sales in Berea a regular thing Farmers having things to auction ort will do well to remember this and give him a call j FOR SALESmall Soda Fountain in good condition Apply to J J Greenleaf Assignee Richmond Ky Tho annual meeting of tho Law and thoItion of general business was enthusi astic and resulted In tho pledging of f310 by those present for tho prosecu tion of the work of the league during tho coming year It Is expected that overIn hood that It will bo necessary to mak an assessment on the pledges this year as there la still a considerable sum In tho treasury However It was decided that It will bo best to have pledges taken no that tho league will bo ready for any emorgnecy Tho re ports of last years officers showed that the general condition of the town had been good and that beyond vigi lant watch there had been little for tho League to do The following of hears wero elected Pros C D Lewis Vlcepres T J Osborno Secretary Stanley Frost Treasurer Floyd Kidd Executive Committee Tho Rev Mr Brandenburg J W Stephens Dr A E Thomson E L Robinson and W D Logsdon Tho Executive Committee of tho Kentucky Press Association at the Seelbach in Louisville Tuesday chose Estill Springs as the place for hold JunoIwas Henderson had an Invitation for tho meeting but the committee was unanimous for Estill Springs There Is every Indication of a record attendance- I and an excellent programme COMING FOUR GREAT MUSICAL ARTISTS Forrest Dabney Basso Cantanto Florence Gertrude Smith Soprano Earl J Pfouts Violin Edwin M Shonert Piano The above company was selected from over fifteen hundred applicants tho management of tho Slayton Ly ceum Bureau gives them unqualified endorsement both individually and col lectively They have appeared in tho leading cities of America and won tho enhtuslastlo praise of audi ences and press In richness and variety of program and In artistic superiority of each momber this attraction will prove the best of the term All lovers of music will not and others cannot afford to mien this treat Tickets for calo nt Porters Drug ctoro and at the door single admis lIon fifty cento This week Saturday night at tho chape- lHamiltonI 0 Letter I Hamilton 0 March 22 Smallpox la reported to bo In Hamilton About two woks ago while a gang of men were digging a sewer ditch there wan a cave in and two colored men wore killed and one man In juredA two weeks revival is being held at tho First Church of Christ conducted by tho Rev Mr Shelbourne of Cincinnati Frank Urban about 12 years old was killed here March 10th by an Ohio Electric Railway car Hamilton is to have natural gas A S White has tho contract to bring it from Cincinnati The Missionary circle of tho First Baptist church gave a reception at tho church last Thursday evening Tho annual ban quet of the Miami University Asso elation of Hamilton was held in Hamilton last Tuesday night P W Hoover presided as toastmaster Twentyseven students from tho university of Chicago at Lexington 0 visited the shops In Hamilton Ham ilton has taken on a boom since pret ty weather began A great many are planning to build new dwellings and CormI years now the grocery business with a Mr Moron as his partner Mr Griffin Is an energetic Christian young man It gives us old Berea student joy to read In Tho Citizen of the great revival just closed in Derea by Dr Torrey and bin associates Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this reason ve urge you in buying to bo careful to get the genuineI mtttBLACKLiver Medicine The reputation of this old rella ble constipation indigestion and liver trouble is firm ly established It does not imitate other medicines It is better than others or it would not be the fa vorite liver powder with a larger sale than all others combined IN TOWN W ISOLD I sosoeososoeosososososoeoaoo e o- I Items 1 e 0- o e- e 0 o HERE AND THERE e- e e osososososososasososososos In view of various stories which have been told about the condition of the Chapel it Is well to state the exact facts There has never at anytime been any danger that tho roof would fall In as has been stated but some of the chords ot tho wooden trusses which held up the roof became warped partly thru drying and partly thru the weight they carried and allowed tho ceiling to sag This sag was not over three inches at anyplace and was never enough to be dangerous However It did not look well and make some timid people feel unsafe so the College took mea sures to havo tho root and calling made safe beyond any question Steel trusses were sent for and put In and the root is now supported much as If It was a railroad bridge and it is now strong enough so that a loco motive engine could run over It safe ly There has not been any danger but If there had It would all be over nowMiss Carrol Hill Is being visited by her mother Mrs Noble Hill of Wood stock III Mr Jacoby writes from his homo at Guthlro Center la that he arriv ed home safely and sends greetings to his friends hero Dr Palmer is still visiting at Pres staybecausearrived last Saturday failed to show up Last Saturday he made another trip to the caves being accompanied by Mr Gamble Mr Marsh Mr C I Ogg and Aden Ogg Pres Frost loft last Friday for Philadelphia and New York Ho will return about March 29 Miss Ruth Putnam Is home from Ox ford University Miami Ohio on a short vacation A party was glen for her at her mothers home Tues day night The Library staff had their pictures taken last week HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE On Boone street Berea Ky In halt mile of Berea College six room house drilled well near kitchen Barn for team and cow Lot 83x150 feet Some fruit trees good garden Will sell cheap because I am too far away to look after It Send offer Tell how much cash you can pay down and what time you want on the balance at 8 per cent AddressW D Smith Lock Box 5 Hay Springs Nebraska HOUSE FOR SALE About one acre of ground well Improved with trees outbuildings cis tern and well House Is two story five rooms good closets East end of Jackson street Can be vacated at three months notice Write or phone to 1ItL Shouse Marksburg Ky Lancaster Phone 263 Q FOR SALE A second hand 60 horse power Westinghouse crank case engine Fine for a stationary plant Apply to Berea College I MyYoung Sister writes Mrs Mary Hudson of Eastman Miss took my advice which was to take Cardui She was staying with me and was in terrible misery but Car dui helped her at once TAKE College CAllOWIJ30 YonI elI was I In a so Ibegan to take Cardui The first dose helped me Now I am in better health than in three years Every girl and woman needs Cardui to cure irregularity falling feelings headache backache andl similar female troubles Cardui is safe reliable I scientific Try Cardui AT ALL DRUG STORES 1a1 1 ABOUT ADVERTISINGNO 10 The Man Who Retreats r Before His Defeat I i By Herbert KaufmanIAdvertising isnt magic There is no element of the black art about it In its best and highest form it is plain talk sane talkselling talk Its results are i in proportion to the merit of the subject advertisedjand the ability with which the advertising is There are two great enemies to advertising profit and both of them are caused by ignorance of the real functions and workings of publicity The one is to advertise promises which will not be i fulfilled because all that advertising can do when it accomplishes most is to influence the reader of your I copyto investigate your claims If you promise the earth and deliver the took advertising will not pay you If you draw men and women to your store on pretense and fail to make good advertising will have harmed you because it has only drawn attention to the fact that you are to be avoided It is as unjust to charge advertising with failure under these conditions as it would be for your neighbor to rob a bank and find yourself indicted for his misdeed In brief advertised dishonesty is even more profitless than unexploited deception The other great error in advertising is to expect more out of advertising than there is in it Advertising is seed which a merchant plants in the confidence of the community He must allow time for it to grow Every successful advertiser has to be patient The time that it takes to arrive at results youdisplay pathisYou cant advertise for a week and because your store isnt crowded say it hasnt paid you It takes a certain period to attract the attention of readers Everybody doesnt see what you print the first time it appears More will notice your copy the second day a great many more at the end of a month You cannot expect to win the confidence of the community to the same degree that other men have obtained it without taking pretty much the same length of time that they did But you can cut short the period between your introduction to your reader and his introduction to your counters by spending more effort in preparing your copy and displaying a greater amount of convincingnessIYou mustnt act like the little girl who planted j a garden and came out the next day expecting to find it in full bloom Her father had to explain to her that plans require roots and that although she could not see what was going on the seeds were doing their most important work just before the flowers showed aboveground i- So advertising is doing its most important work before the big results eventuate and to abandon the money which has been invested just before results arrive is not only foolish but childish It would be just as logical for a farmer to abandon his fields because he could not harvest his corn a week after he planted it Advertising does not require faithmerely com I mon setae If it is begun in doublt and deserted before I normal results can be reasonably looked for the fault publicityit I retreated before he was defeated Copyright 1908 by Tribune Company Chicago I r 1 TO CHICAGO from Cincinnati saved by using C O S L faro of Five Dollars During March and April special low rates aro offered to Cnllfornlatlio Wostand North stopoversOn of each month very low round trip rates aro offered to the West and Northwest with many stopovers and long limit folder free Address F E LANDMEIER D P A 3 E Fourth St Cincinnati O FOR SALE A good 74 acre farm Smiles from Berea on the Wallace ton pike good house and barn and a fine orchard 30 acres of meadow Klha Bicknell Paint Lick Ky Union Look Poultry Fenc- uf1 oh fit D nIcbI fe al- OrYf roe relyrrcbd1 s4 g z4 f 4 it- N iris ethaWg Wrile of oWo01 fa-I I I u rnwrOman ruCIII a0 oEaa m nequ city tI 1- The Citizene family 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of Na poleon I addressed to his wife Arch duchess Marta Louise Dr HIllls thinks the millennium hear arrived The man who needs 14 tons cf hard coal and dotsnt know where bo is going to get the money to pay for it Is probably convinced that n millennium doesnt amount to much after all A simplified spelling society in Eng land wants to have school children taught to spell by car To show how tastes differ it Is a matter of common complaint among business men hceu that some of tho graduates of tho common schools spell that way now Can the proposition that the mini mum salary for an unmarried Episcopalian clergyman in the dloceso of Now York should be 1200 and for a married clergyman 1200 with a suit able place to live in or 1500 lu money be taken as as official statement of the exact cost of a wife I Whpn the omcers of the American battleships arrived at Tokyo last month they were welcomed by crowds of school children who sang Hail Columbia and other American songs In English When have American school children ever welcomed foreign visitors by singing songs In their na tive tongue In view of the fact that the price of stock exchange seats in New York has Jumped recently from 70000 to 75000 It is a little discouraging to I learn that the owner of a pew in fash Grace church on lower Broad Ifonablo be bought for 3000 has to get only 1100 bid CorI It at CornetlsU standing in the belfry of tie Park Street church In Boston played America at noon on October 21 In honor of the one hundredth an niversary of tho birth of Rev S F Smith tho author of the words sung AmerI was sung church on July 4 1832 i About 250 buffalo remnant of the famous Pablo herd recently purchased i by the Dominion government will bow taken from Montana and placed In the now buffalo park on Baltic river a r thousand miles northwest of Wlnnl peg The animals now are being rounded up by Michael Pablo In Mon tana and will be brought north in ape cial trains 1There has recently been opened In Londons fashionable streets a toilet club for dogs There tho pets of tho smart set can have their hairI dressed and their coats trimmed to Immaculate perfection For three shil lings they can be bathed It their teeth are Imperfect they can be filled or extracted nllt If their claws pro trude too far they can be daintily manl cured Germany In 20 years has Increased Its yearly mining product from 100 000000 metric tono to 242609000 metric tons worth 439080200 Coal forms 85 per cent of the output Other minerals are salt iron ores copper k lead zinc pyrites gold silver manganese arsenic saltpeter vitriol and j alum The workmen number about 700000 and tbo companies about 3000 ri Dr Norman Dltman has received the Glbbs prize of 20000 offered by the New York academy for tho best original research work on the kidneys The prize was founded to create eu- I Interest in the study of Brlghts ZIti ease Dr DItmana investigations tred to account for the unnecessary twothirds of mans meat diet bird to sea If this had any close connection with the poisons present in the sys torn of a person afflicted with Urlghts disease The American Humane society is to arrange a plan to war on cruelty and victims of the mammoth hat are hoping for relict ROOSEVELT OFF FOR GREAT HUNT EXPRESIDENT SAILS AWAY TO DARK CONTINENT TO BE IN AFRICA A YEAR Then He Will Travel and Speak In EuropeThree Skilled Naturalists and His Son Kermit Accom pany Him New York Theodore Roosevelt ex president of tho United States sailed out of Now York harbor Tuesday on the steamer Hamburg ot the Hamburg American line on tho way to his much heralded hunting trip in British East AfricaOn dock was a large assemblage of Mr Roosevelts friends who bad gathered to bid him Godspeed and who cheered him as he st od at the rail of the steamer waving his hand and smiling with delight Beside him stood the three men selected from hundreds of applicants to accompany him and assist him in collecting the specimens of African fauna which he hopes to ocnd back for the enrichment of the Smithsonian institution These fortunate individuals were Maj Ed gar A Mearns J Loring Alden and Edmund Heller They comprise tho Smithsonians expedition The fifth member of the little party and not to be considered of least importance was I ROUTE OF the expresidents second son Kermit who will bo the omclal photographer of the expedition and next to his father the chief hunter To Mombasa Via Mr Roosevelt will go via Gibraltar to Naples where ho will board a steamer of the German East African Une for Killndlnl harbor the port of Mombasa At the latter place tho party will be joined by R J Cun nlngbame an of long ex perience in Africa who has been en gaged as manger and guide Tho party will spend a short time in Mombasa and then proceed by train on the Uganda railway to Nairobi headquarters of the administration of British East Africa Protectorate a city cf 13614 inhabitants of whom 679 ore EuropeansOn MacMillans Ranch William Northrup MacMillan for formerly of St Louis owns a largo estate near Nairobi and his big lux urious farmhouse will be headquarters for about six months while the hunt ers and scientists make trips of vary ing length in all directions It Is in this section that Mr Roosevelt hopes to obtain most of his specimens for It abounds with animals of all kinds The smaller mammals will be trapped The supplies of the party are packed In tin Ilned boxes These boxes when they have been emptied will be used as packing cases for the specl mens Many valuable natural history specimens have been spoiled by ants and other Insects it has been found from experience on other expeditions and it Is to guard against this that tho tin llned boxes are being taken along Caring for Specimens When tho specimens have been prepared they will be carefully packed In the boxes and shipped to Nairobi where will be forwarded to the United States Ono of the taxlder mists will always be with Mr noose velt and as soon as any big game is shot by him It will skinned and prepared on the spot Mr Roosevelt will bo greatly die I appointed if ho falls to kill several specimens of the white rhinoceros This animal is the same as the square montlted rhinoceros and is the nearest thing any to tho typo of tho extinct Tlchorino or woolly rhinoceros which lived In England at the close of the Glacial periodIJiUrney Across Uganda Leaving Nairobi in October the party will proceed by the Uganda railway to Port Florence on the shores of Lako Victoria Nyanza where n short stop will bo made then a steamer will bo taken to Entebbe 15C miles away There a caravan will be formed and tho journey across Uganda to the Nile will bo begun It is expected that the White Nile will be reached about the first of tho year 1910 Lake Albert Nyanza will ba touched at Klblra In a general way the course of the Nile will bo followed to Gondokoro and thence to Khartoum At this city Mr Roosevelt and Kermit will be joined by Mrs Roosevelt and they will continue down the Nile slowly to Cairo visiting many points ot Interest on the way To Speak In European Capitals Plans for the remainder of the ex presidents two years tour have not been decided upon definitely but the time will bo spent in Europe and several matters of importance have been announced Ho will visit Berlin at the invitation of Emperor William and while there will deliver an address upon tho one hundredth anniversary of tho founding of the University ot BerlinFrom Germany he will go to Franco and deliver an address at the Sor bonne It has not been learned how long Mr Roosevelt Intends to stay in Berlin and Paris After his visit in France Mr Roosevelt will go to Eng land where a reception of great warmth undoubtedly will be accorded THE ROOSEVELT PARTY IN AFRICA Naples Englishman general various they bo to him He has accepted an Invitation to deliver the Romanes lecture at Ox ford university and in all probability the honorary degree of D C L which Oxford has bestowed on Emperor Will lam will bo conferred on Mr Room veltThe versatility of Mr Roosevelt will bo shown by tho fact that ho will speak German in his address before the students of tho University of Ber lin French In his lecture at tho Sor bonne and English In delivering the Romanes lecture at Oxford Pays His Own Expenses Mr Roosevelt will defray the ex penses of bimsplf and his son en the African trip but those of the scien tilts and the cost of preparing the specimens and shipping them to Amer ica will bo paid out of a fund secured for the purpose by the Smithsonian institutionOne tho objects of Mr Roosevelt in taking this trip is for tho purpose of collecting material for writing sev eral books regarding his experiences During last summer ho contracted with Charles Scrlbners Sons of Now York giving tbat firm all the rights for the serial and bookform publication of whatever he might writ on his visit to Africa It Is said that the contract price agreed upon Is 1 per word but this never has boon verified No Slaughter of Animals Even if the British colonial govern ment should offer to throw open to Mr Roosevelt and his companions the Af rican game preserves under its con trol the ex president will refuse to take advantage of this opportunity Like other true sportsmen he believes that the utmost protection should be given to wild animals on reservations and that permission to kill them should not be given or accepted under any circumstances unless possibly when predatory animals are becoming too numerous Moreover the killing ot animals for sport is not tho main object of his trip Mr Roosevelt hopes to send back to tho Smithsonian Institution two adult specimens one of each sex and a specimen of their youmg of animals he meets with on tho Dark Continent Beyond this the killing will be lim ited to tho demands cf tho commissary TAFT MESSAGE SETS A RECORD PRESIDENT SENDS TARIFF VIEWS TO CONGRESS IS SHORTEST DOCUMENT Adheres to Revision Pledge with Trea the of LCI Than 400 Words Conditions Changed He Says Washington When President Tufts personal messenger arrived at tho capitol Tuesday supposedly with the executive message on tho tariff question groans went up from both houses of congress The congressmen seeing no evidence ot a message drew the quick conclusion that the presi dent hadnt written it yet and that it was to be postponed for another day They knew the message was to bo short but they wero thunderstruck when the messenger pulled it out ot his vest pocket and laid It before the clerks It was loss than 400 words in length thus setting a new record for short messages The messenger had memorized it on the way over from tho Whlto House but owing to the amendment to tho old houso rules ho was not allowed to recite It so the clerk read It there Get busy wa sthe theme of the abbreviated document the president simply telling congress that condl Ions in the past 12 years had so changed that a revision of tho present tariff duties was an absolute neces sity He further called attention to the fact that in the republican con vention at Chicago last June the party had promised to revise the tariff if elected and this must bo done As President Roosevelts messages were usually long and as the former occupant of the White house had en gaged in a small war with congress there was a general expression of latisfactfon Following Is the message To the Senate and louse of Kepre lentatlves I have convened the con gress In this extra session In order to enable It to give Immediate considera tlon to tho revision of the Dlngley tariff act Conditions affecting production manufacture and business generally have so changed In the last 12 years as to require a readjustment and revision ot the Import duties Im posed by that act Moro than this tho present tariff act with the other sources of government revenue does not furnish income enough to pay the authorized expenditures By July litnext tho excess of expenses over re ceipts for the current fiscal year will equal 100000000 Tho successful party In the late election is pledged to a revision of the tariff The country and the bUsl ness community especially expect It The prospect of a change In the rates of Import duties always causes a sue pension or halt In business because of the uncertainty as to tho changes to be mado and their effect It la therefore of the highest importance that tho new bill should be agreed upon and passed with us much speed as possible consistent with its duo and thorough consideration For these reasons 1 have deemed the present to bo an extraordinary occasion within the meaning of the constitution justi fying and requiring the calling ot an extra session In my Inaugural address I stated In a summary way the principles upon which In my judgment the revision of tho tariff should proceed and Indi cated at least one new source of rev enue that might bo properly resorted to In order to avoid a future deficit It Is not necessary for me to repeat what I then said I venture to suggest that the vital business interests of the country require that tho attention of tho con gross In this session be chiefly devoted to the consideration cf the now tariff bill and that the less time given to other subjects of legislation in this session the better for the countrySigned WILLIAM II TAFT Tho White House March 16 1909 UOY OUT OF WORK A GUICIDE Leaves a Pathetic Note for Little Girl His Only Friend Indianapolis dMar 1C Guthrlo Powers 19 years oldlilllod himself In his room by drinking carbolic acid late yesterday Ho could not find work Ho and tile little daughter of tho housekeeper were fast friends and Guthrie left for the child the following note My Dear Little Verna I am sorry I cannot look into your dear sweet face again Honey rfoodby There Is no place on earth for mu You are my dearest and only friend What is life without friends or h mo Tho youth let his homo six weeks ago after a quarrel whh his stepfather Sustains Wisconsin Central Fine- St Louis Mar tJudJe Adams In the United States circuit court of ap peals bat sustained a decision of ho- St Paul federal court which fined the Wisconsin Central railroad 17 000 for granting rebates of halt a cent a busLel im grain shipped by tho Spencer Company of Milwaukee Train Horde for Taft Oklahoma City Okla Mar 16A- big Oklahoma horse purchase for the nrnv Is being trained at Fort Reno Oklo fur President Taft DRANK CAROLIC ACID ON THE STREEI Strange Suicide of a Wealthy Pitts burg Woman Who Suffered From Neuralgia Pltteburff Pa March 22 Unable longer to bear too agony sho bail But fcrod far years Mrs Jennie Mooroheod Murdoch wealthy a social favorite mid ono of the bestknown woolen in the city drank carbolic acid In Fortes street at noon Sunday and died at Mercy hospital shortly afterward The act of Belt destruction was carried out in Forbes street within a short dla tance of thu Oakland M E church tho solo witness being tho olght year old daughter of E F MoCaflorty ol Atwood street The childs screams brought dozens of members of the church to tho scone but strangely none of them recognized tho sufferer After the death tho body was removed to the morguo and the name was given out as Laura OBrien Sub sequently an undertaker took charge of the corpse but neither ho nor the coroner would vouch any Information concerning the womans real identity h was these extraordinary precau ions that finally led to tho Identity of the suicido bcng revealed The bw savoring of mystery and big pee elblllUes caused strenuous offers to be made to loorn who the woman was and finally the secret was revealed At midnight however It developed that the suicide was Mrs Murdoch and it was said tho cause was neural gia with which she had suffered In cessantly for four years Mrs Mnrdoch was a member of tho Shadysldo Presbyterian church and she attended services there Sunday morning leaving shortly before their conclusion Sho was richly attired and whcnho entered a drug store on Forbes street to purchase the acid no question was staked Tho suicide was tho daughter of tho late Col Moorcbccd who amassed n largo fortune hero In tho manufacture of steel She wee the mother of Dr J Moarehccd Murdoch of the Institu tion for Feeble Minded Children Polk Augustus P Murdoch of Oswego N Y and of William Moore head Murdoch Cincinnati She was a member of several clubs and lived In St James street ono of the cltyi aristocratic thoroughfares SHERIFF CALLED ON To Suppress a Riot In Polish Catholic Church at Detroit Detroit Mich Starch 22Beauel- of a dUagreomont bolwctn Ilev Fii ther Bernard Zmljawckl pastor of St Florlaus Iofth church and halt of lila parishioners Sunday sheriff Oaa ton and a lasso of deputies were nor rued to the scene In response to a riot call Tho church baa been a cause of much trouble totbe police Ono week ago so strong was tho opposition to Father Zmljewskl hat ho conducted the services almost dlrootly beneath tho eyes of a seoro of big police om curs sent there to maintain order Sundays trouble resulted In several broken heads and moro or loss lacrl loge within tho walls of tho edifice The dUagreomont is duo to the differ eat ideas of the pastor and his flock IlL to tho manner In which the church affairs should be conducted Career Ended By Thrust of Dagger Raton N M March 22 Antonio Dljullo a coke worker Htarcd out to rid himself of tia enemies and as a result three persons are dead Dljullo attacked his cousin named Dartolc and shot him in tho abdomen Uartolo ran to the homo of his brother Francisco Dartolc pursued by Dljullo The latter threw open the door of house and fired inside the bullet lodging In Mrs Bartolos head killlni her In scantly Enraged at the sight of his wife lying dead Francisco Bcdtole plunged a dagger into Dljullos body killing hlm Uartolo died later in the hospital Tornado Blew Child Into a Fire Ft Deposit Ala March 22Sun day morning a tornado did consider able damtico In this vicinity The loss was small near tho town but the en tire negro quarter on the Norwood Johnson place was totally destroyed and n number of occurants of houses injured On the Buchanan placo tho cottage of Miles Henderson was blown to splinters bo and his wife suffering painful injuries Just unit of Hender sons house Mother cottage was blown down and a small child blown Into tho fire and burned to death A number of other houses were wrecked Prisoners Blown Fronv Guns Pcshawur British India March 22 It Is reported that 1003 arrests have bocn male at Jullalabad Afghanistan in connection with tho recent plot to murder the ameer the heir apparent and tho other members of the royal family According to advices batches of prisoners ore being blown from guns Youth Goes Mad Lot Angeles Cat March 2oolng violently Insane following n trlp from Allentown Pa Russell Wilmot eon of hire Mary Wilmot a wealthy resident of that city was placed In tho receiv ing hospital aftor a desperate struggle with two police oilioers- Intcrnntional Sacs Zurich Swlterlzand March 22 Tho Swiss Aero club has fixed October 10 for tho international balloon Taco Cor the James Gordon Bennett cup Thin entries number 20 and represent nine countries ISs PETER AND- CRNELIUSSunday School Lams for AprS 4 1909 Specially Amnsed for Thk Paper LESSON TEXTActa 11101 Memory verara 1315- OOLUBN TRXTIn every nation lit that fcarcth him and worketh righteous neon la accepted with ktIDAata 10 TIMR3S40 A D PlACKtJoppa and CMwuroa The traditional house of Simon tbo tnnnar is a typical eastern dwelling with heavy barred gateways and a forbidding windowless exterior Tho owes of tlio Malt frrnnran boat aculnit the low outer wall while In the courlytr to ft iprliiK of pure water which tradition teMI m was usal by BlmoulUr Vruncl E Clark D U- UULRIialIcroJ Actlepa khis of Judea and Samaria Calljulv cupcror of Home Comment and 8ugiMtlva Thought Tho main purpose of the book of tho Acts Is to untold tho broadening spirit and form of too church of God Theodore T Mungcr D D This chapter Acts 10 Is parmkl In Im portance with that which depleted the scenes of PenticostDavW O blears D D Cornelius was a eonturlan corresponding to our captain tlio head of Qa company of soldiers nuuoorlag 100 Twhen full This company was part of the cohort called the Italian band because iiiado up of Rozaau torn IB Italy 1 He was a devout man and onto that feared God The words have a technical sense says McGlf eat and ludlcato that Cornelius worshiped the God of the Jews but won not formally a proselyte 2 Ha was a good husband and father and led all his house In his own righteous ways 3 Ho was liberal and save much alms to the people 4 IIe was sot only outwardly devout but Inwardly pious and prayed to God always lu these secret prayers wo may bo stare from tho sequel that ho sought for a better knowledge of God and of Cods will for that Is what was given him v 4 CMorcovcr Acts 1023 Corocllu carried his religion tnto practical af fairs where ho was just nnJ lair deal Ing and C as tho result tf it all be was held In high honor by the Jews themselves Acts 1022 as well nl by tho Gentiles It would save been impossible to find a hotter man for Gods purpose or one who would have appealed more strongly to liter The sixth hour awn was a set tlmo of devotion with pious Jows Uolklc Ietcr had retired from Ills comrades In toll for perhaps ha helped Simon In his tannery and nowhere bettor than upon time housetop could he find privacy and qulot tar prayer The roofs of eastern houlIM Are flat and often surrounded with n parapet three or four feet high which would screen Peter from olwervailcn as ho knelt He was very hungry for Im probably had not broken his fast Hackham Tbly were preparing food below and perhaps thi savor of it rose to tho housetop but before It was ready Peter fell lute u trance Tho Greek word for trance U different from tho word for Cornelius vision A vision is something seen outside ones suit a trance Is the sondttloii of ones mind that sees Inner visions Ono Is not asleep and it Is not a dream but a peculiar cxiiiatlon of the spirit In this tranco 1cter saw let down from tho sky a gnat shoot like tho wlnd stretched canvas of the craft on tho Lake ot Galilee Lutoby It was full of animals many of them tho wild beasts and reptiles which the Jews considered unclean three times a mysterious voice bade Peter rise from his knees and slay cad eat the chocking food three times ho refused In horror three times ho was bidden to make nothing unclean that God had cleansed by bidding him partake of It and then the great sheet was listed and disappeared in the sky Tho messengers from Cornelius bad mado Inquiry for Simons house tlio Greek word Implies a carcfnt search through tho streets and while Peter was meditating oa hla vision they were even then at the rate end calling for him Be Core ward of hie visitor could reach him tho Holy Spirit In ROme way made Peter con scions of their coming and bade him lTtw J world and the four cornea symbolized the directions north eciith east and west In which the gospel was to be carried Tho contents ot tho sheet showed that all men voro to bo reached the lowest races as well as the highest savage and civilized poor and rich Ignorant and wise It was n perfect symbol of foreign missions From every nation on earth Immi grants are pouring Into tin United States at the rate of more than a mill Ion a year America la the modern equivalent of tho sheet of Peters vision full of clean and unclean men of all languages beliefs customs help ful and hurtful blcsalngu and scourges Tho work of horn missions is to believe In all these love then all and win them all for Jesus Christ Peter obeyed promptly nud gladly taking one step toward fellowship with tho Gentiles by entertaining tho thrco messengers over night In Si mons house The cause of this obedl once 1 The Influence uf his owu vlulon 2 coupled with that of Cor nollus matching It with evident supernatural design 3 together with tho Influence of the Holy Spirit upon his mind and U thu memory of Christ prophecies of the worldwWo nproad of his church The character of Cor nelius as reported by the UMmscngem helped him to a decision Krlclonlly also ho consulted with friends I aw REBELLION CRUSHED CUBAN OFFICIALS SAY SURREN DER 18 OFFERED ONE OF LEADERS SLAIN Government Statement Asserts the Revolutionists Are Willing to Give Up If Their Lives Are Saved Havana Tho revolution which bo gnn In Santa Clara province Monday bids fair to bo stamped out by tho government at once While official reports say tbo rebellion Is incipient others take It more seriously After withholding news of tho trou bio the palace officials havo announced that tho father of two ot the members of the band headed by Sorgt Cortes of tho rural guard had visited Gen MonteaRudo chief of tho guard at Cumajuonl and told him that tho Insurgents Implored tho clemency of the goTornment and wero anxious to surrender on tbo promise that tholr lives wonld bo spared Gon MonteaguifO accompanied by a Ktroug escort thoroupon started for the Insurgent camp Tim general ox petted to receive tholr surrender Thursday Tho Insurgents are now completely surrounded by a cordon of more than one thousand rnrnles drawn from tho cnrrlcons In various parts of tho bland Including Havana but owing to the ragged character of tho country It will bo extremely difficult for tho troops to como to close quarters with tho rebels While the government still Insists that the band consists of only eight men It Is allowed that tho movement is farrcAchlng and Includes quite a largo number of those who havo bOo como discontented with the way af fairs have been conducted Lavnstlda a former captain of the niralo guards was shot and killed by tho detachment of tho guard sent out to nrrrat him It Is alleged that he restated La rail Ida was reported of tidally ns having been arrested at Placctas on tho charge of complicity In tbo Iniuncctlonary movement It Is rumored sat tho uprising is more norlous than the authorities are will Ing to admit Secretary of Government Albordl and Gen Mnrbado went to tho palace at nine oclock yesterday to conrer with President Gomez Later a cabi not meeting was called and It was In Utuatcd that an offilal statement would be given out soon President Gomez Is In rocelpt of many telegrams from officials veteran organizations end private citizens pledging loyalty and active support In tho maintenance of tho republic Reports received bore from various parts of tbo Island show an extraor dinary concentration of the ruralo guards In tho directions ot Vualtas Coiuaguoy and Placet as apparently tar In excess of the requirements to pursue and capture tho eight men who started the movement and who are still at large- GOETHALS DEFENDS THE CANAL Chief Engineer Answers Criticisms of Panama Work Washington A strong defense At tho present plan of building A lock canal at Panama not only be cause It Is deemed more desirable than a canal built on sea level but because of tho saving In time and money Is contained In a special report of Lieut Col George W Goothals chairman and chief engineer of tho Isthmian canal commission just made public The report which Is an exhaustive one deals with ovary phase of the canals construction and In It Col Gocthals handles without gloves those critics who ho says nro predicting nothing but disaster and failure to the enterpriseCol reviews the whole history of proposed canal construc lion and gives much attention to the of tho damn dam This Col PlleRIofto CO feet above mean tide Tho space between them arid up to tho required height Is to bo tilled by selected mate Jrlal deposited In placo by hydraulic I process Ho speaks at tho sUp which oc curred last November which he says amounted to practically nothing It- was entirely local ho says and did not in any way Interfere with tbo work Angry Women Invade Iowa Senate Des Moines Ill Hundreds of women Joined as many nun Thurs day afternoon and stormed the sonata chamber in which a hearing was be- Ing granted by n committee on constl tutional amendments to adherents or prohibition Speeches woio made violently denouncing recent unfavorable action by the Genato Rev D Everett Smith of Indlanola led thrj demonstration Tho committee announced It will grant n bearing to tho liquor interests next Tuesday Would Tax Deadly Weapons Washington A novel way of rais ing revenue was proposed In the house by Mr Slsson of Mississippi It Is provided In a bill ho Introduced that a tax of two dollars bo levied on ovary pistol dirk knife and brass knuckles made In the United States eland Dies St Pnnl MInnD W Albright of Cedar Rapids la special claim agent for the Rock Island railroad woa round load la his room In the Mer tjjrala hotel Friday j ter KIDNAP MILLIONAIRES NEPHEW RANSOM OF 10000 DEMANDED FOR RETURN OF BOY Dead Boys Not Desirable Says Note Instructing Mother to Advertise In Papers Sharon Pa Kidnapers of William Wliltla tho eightyearold son of James II Whltla an attorney who was taken from school Thursday morning have demandod 10000 ran som for returning the boy to his parents Detectives In nil parts of tho country are r arching for tho vie time of the bold plot Accompanying tho demand for ran som Is a covert threat that tho boy will bo killed unless the money Is producedAt oclock n letter directed to tho mother was delivered at tho house by a mall carrier Mrs WblUa at once recognized the handwriting on tho en velope ns that of her son Opening- It she found the following communi cation written In n strange hand Wo have your boy and will return him for 10000 Will see your ad vertisement In tho papers Insert In Indianapolis News Cleveland Press Plttsburg Dispatch Youngstown VIn- dicator A AWill do as requested J P Wo Dead boys are not desirable Tho penmanship and spelling of the note Indicated it had been written by n nan of fair education Mr Whltla decided to comply with the conditions of the letter and sent for publication to each of tho newspapers specified tho note It directed him to Insert Hundreds of telegrams and tole phone messages have been sent to tho police of various cities asking their assistance In tho search for the boy and hIs abductors The first fruit of these came when Chief of Police CraIn of this city received word that tho rig In which the lad was taken away bad been recovered at War ren O- Attorney nnd Mrs Whltla nro among the towns leading residents Tho former Is a brothor in law of Frank li Buhl tho multi milllonairo stool UlanChlcngoIt Willie Whltla tho eight yenr old boy who was kidnaped from school at Sharon Pa Thursday Is not found soon Pat Crowe the man who stole Edward Cudaby son of the millionaire Omaha packer may Join the search for the abductors Crowes wife has urged him to do so Agents of the boys parents wero communicated with by Mrs Crowe In the belief that her husband can give material aid In running down tho trim inals and restoring the child When Mrs Crowo rend of the Penn slyvanla kidnaping sho believed she saw there an opportunity for her hus band to act- TAFT PRAISES CLEVELAND Says Dead President Was as Com pletely American as Lincoln New York Tributes in poem song and speech wore rendered Thursday In honor of tho seventysecond birthday anniversary of the late President Grover Cleveland at memorial exer class In which President Taft Gov Hughes Chief Justice Fuller and Mayor McClellan made addresses and several hundred of Now Yorks most prominent citizens attended Mrs Cleveland with a party of friends oc copied n box In Carnegie hall where the memorial was hold In the course of his remarks President Tnft said Cleveland was as completely Amerl can ns Abraham Lincoln Former President Roosevelt sent a letter to Francis Lynda Stetson chairman of tho Cleveland memorial committee In which thb former pres- Ident told of his personal relations with Mr Cleveland and praised the late chief magistrate as a man of earn est purpose and high courage In the face of opposition and attack RIOTS FEARED IN PARIS Troops In Readiness to Quell Disturb antes Cver Wire Strike Paris Tho letter carriers have Joined Use strike of the telegraphers telephone operators and mall clerks employed by the post once depart ment At n meeting Wednesday night they voted by a largo majority to be gin a strike today after tho first de livery Eight hundred postmen em ployed In the delivery of newspapers and parcels went out after the last distributionTho movement has gained rapidly Paris being practically Iso lated from the rest of Franco and Franco from tho outside world Eight thousand strikers passed a resolution to maintain tho struggle to the bitter end Troops wero held In readiness at Versailles to reinforce the Paris troops in case any demonstration of a serious nature occurred Wednesday which was a holiday Minnesota Woman Killed In Mexico Mexico City Mrs E A Ever ett of Waasca Minn was killed Friday night In a collision between n wild engine and tho regular passenger train bound from Vera Cruz to Mexico City Prominent Iowan la Dead Dubuquo Ill Marlcus C Wood rug of St Paul right of way com missioner for tho Chicago Great Western railroad died Friday agoJ 78 years Ho was formerly editor and publisher of tho Dubuquo Times and Iowa stale railroad commission 100000 Fire In Minneapolis Minneapolis Minn Fire starting from an explosion In the Minnesota Drug Companys building Friday re suited In damage of about 100 900 r BANK ROBBERS FIGHT CITIZENS BOLD BANDITS IN RAID AT BALD KNOB ARK Part of Band Shoot Up Town While Cracksmen Make Vain Attempt Bald Knob Ark While some of their number rodo about tho streets discharging their weapons and hold lug tho populace In terror others of a band ot robbers worked for more than an hour Friday In an unsuccess ful effort to dynamite their way Into tho vaults of tho flank of Bald Knob The first explosion was heard shortly before three oclock As citizens emerged from tholr houses they were greeted by tbo bullets of tho outposts and quickly ran to shelter while tho robbers held undisputed sway keep Ing up an almost continuous fire and taking chance shots at any who came within range In the meanwhile those at work In the bank building contln tied to oxplodo dynamite but as it proved with little success other than to partially wreck the building as woll ns an adjoining structure Before beginning operations the robbers destroyed telephone communica tion out of Bald Knob but overlooked a railroad telegraph wire A message to Augusta over this wire brought a posse of citizens from that place who joined several other posses hastily formed hero and Immediately started In pursuit of tho band Investigation showed that although the outer doors of tho bank vault was blown away the Inner doors were not opened and tho bank omclals state the robbers did not secure any money Both bank buildings were dynamited VEGETABLES A LIQUOR CURE Meat Causes Appetite for Rum De Blares Washington Doctor Washlnston If you have a strong appetite for king alcohol and tobacco and want to be cured of tho habit just eat a vegetable diet for six monthsThis was tho advice given by Dr D H Kress of this city In an address entitled Dyspepsia and Its Relation to Inebriety before the American So ciety for tho Study of Alcohol and Other Drug Narcotics He discussed Iho evil effects of an excessive diet and declared that overeating leads to drunkenness If you would not be come a drunkard said Dr Kress then quit eating meat Other speakers were W P Sprat ling of Baltimore on Alcohol as n Cause of Epilepsy nnd 00 Webster of Chicago on Alcohol and Public Health Insurance President Accused Albany N Y The court of appeals Tuesday decided In effect that John R Hegoman president of I the Metropolitan Life Insurance Corn I pony must stand trial ou the chaigo of perjury In connection with alleged mIsstatements made In his annual re port of tho Metropolitan Life filed with tho state superintendent of In surance on January 1 1903 Change Yale Commencement Date New Haven Conn A change in tho date of the Yaks import mencement day was the most Import ant business transacted at the meet ing of tho Yale corporation which was attended by President Taft a member of the corporation Commence ment day which Is held on the last Wednesday of Juno has been changed to como on the next to the last Wednesday of that month Climax to Insurance Scandals Now York What is probably a final echo of the Insurance scandal of throe years ago was heard Thursday when District Attorney Jerome ap learod before Justice Blanchard In tho criminal branch of tbo supremo court and requested that Indictments for forgery against George W Perkins of the Now York Life Insurance Company Charles S Fairchild a director of the Now York Life and Robert A Grnnnls vicepresident of ibo Mutual Life Insurance Company be dismissed Justice Planchard reserved decision ROOSEVELT LAUGHS AT DANGER Says He Will Come Out of Africas Jungles Alive Oyster Bay N YFormer Presi dent Roosevelt In a speech to the Roosevelt Neighbors of Nassau Coun ty N Y Thursday assured them that ho Intends to disprove the gloomy forebodings of Prof Starr who declared that Mr Roosevelt will not come out of Africa alive If he follows the Itinerary ho has mapped out Ho promised those present if ho proved he Is right that Ina year and a quarter they would celebrate together From this remark It appears that Mr Roosevelt will be absent from the United States no longer than 15 monthsWearing silk hat and dark rain coats with a rod carnation In the but tonhole and carrying umbrellas rolled tightly the delegation arrived on a special train from Mlnoola and other towns near by Mr Roosevelt declared he WAS deep ly touched by their kind and thought ful courtesyI back with my friends and neighbors of Nassau county be said and I feel deeply tho way every body has greeted me It Is with the deepest pride that I feel you regard nip as having not entirely unworthily represented you at tho White House There Is nothing very much out of tho ordinary In being a decent public servant There are certain rather commonplace qualities which all Insist upon In any man who takes public office and these he must have In a somewhat unusual degree LOUISVILLE STATION BURNS Fire Causes Loss of 400000 to the Railroads Louisville Ky By the destruction Thursday night at a lost of UOO 000 of tho Union depot the local ter minal for five of the countrys chief railroads Louisville will probably benefit by n new Union station This was decided by the Commercial club halt an hour after the building at Sev enth street and tho Ohio river was a mass of smoking embers and debris Crossed wires In the attic of the big structure which was erected by the Illinois Central In 1890 are charged with the responsibility for the blaze Chief Clerk W O Roach to Superin tendent Egan of the Illinois Central roll through a skylight In an effort to escape and was badly Injured All other occupants escaped unhurt DOWIE FOLLOWER A SUICIDE New York Man Ends Life After Los Ing His Savings New York Despondent because he had lost all his life savings In Invest ments In ZIon Cty III industries uo city started by tho late John Alexander Dowlo Ludwig Auguszt 71 years old committed suicide by hang- Ing himself In his room oa Second avenue Wednesday Auguszt became a followor of Dowle when the self styled Apostle of ZIon visited hero and held his famous meet- Ings In Madison Square garden soy oral years ago Tho suicide Invested about 3000 In the lace Industry and bank stock In ZIon City and was un able to get any return on his money after ZIon City went into tho hands of a receiver Bryan May Run for Senator Chicago William J Bryan In an Interview here Monday Im presed hIs auditors with tn Idea that ho will be a receptive If not an active candidate for the United States son ate from Nebraska In 1911 to succeed Elmer J Burkott Republican Pays 2750 for Killing Man Birmingham Ala A consent verdict for 2750 against GOT Comer of Alabama for the killing of J D Piles by tho governors automo bile was awarded The gdvernors chauffeur was en route to the depot to meet tho governor when the accident happened Papke Whipped by Flynn Los Angeles Cal Jim Flynn was given tho decision over Bill Papko at tho end of a tea rourd 8cht Friday night BRIEF STATE NEWS Items of Special Interest to Our Readers GLEANED FROM MANY SOURCES Last Pool of tho Longvlew Tobacco Sold to American Snuff Co at 425 Per Hundredprominent Kentuck Ian Dies- Ifopkiasvllle KyTho third and last pool of tho Longvlew tobacco contain ing 602000 pounds was sold by tho committee to tho American Snuff Co at tho round price of 425 per hundred pounds Heretofore the prices secured have been kept secret but It Is now announced that pool No 1 sold to Italian Regie and containing 592 000 pounds brought 414 per hundred Pool No 2 sold to Imperial Tobacco Co and containing DOGOOO pounds brought 671 per hundred Each pur chaser has greatly Increased the amount after passing tho 500000 marl Tho pool originally formed contained 2000000 pounds but was divided Into three sections and was sold to the best bidder The sales wore made under tho concession granted by General Manager EwIng of the Planters Pro tective association Tho prices are thoroughly satisfactory Lexington Ky Judge Curtis F Bur name 89 died at his home in Rich mond He was assistant secretary of the treasury under Grant and a mem her of the constitutional convention in 1890 He was state senator many years He was a graduate of Yale and was a classmate of Tafts father Louisville KpThe Seventh Street station commonly called the Union depot used as a Louisville terminus by the Baltimore Ohio Illinois Cen tral Big Four Southern and Chesa peake Ohio railroads was burned The fire was caused It Is thought by the crossing of wires In the third floor of tha fourstory brick building The toss Is estimated at 300000 without Insurance The train shed was net badly damaged by the fire and trains will bo able to use the terminals Hopklnsvlllo KyThe destruction of tobacco plant beds In Christian anO Caldwell counties has caused a revival of the night rider excitement Four plant beds on farms of J T Walker and Nln Long were destroyed by belns sowed with grass seed Reports from Caldwell county Indicate a worse stats of affairs for over 50 beds havo been ruined there- Louisville KyMrs Nellie Garrard Cheatham formerly the wife of Dr William Cheatham ono of the most noted specialists and physicians of Kentucky and the south was married I to Bruce Hatch at Williams Ariz Tie bridegroom is in tbo thirties while the bride Is hovering around the half century mark Louisville KyThe Louisville Prop erty Co the holding company of lhP Louisville Nashville railroad and a number of coal mines and other properties elected Milton 1I Smith presl dent W L Mapother vice president J H Ellis secretary W W Thompson treasurer Wilmore KyThe boys dormitory dining room and music hall of Asbury I allege were destroyed by fire while 200 students were at breakfast The less Is about JGOOOO with 22000 In surance Asbury was the greatest holiness school in America Lexington KyThe primary elec lien at which democratic nominees for county omces are to be chosen wll be held Tuesday May 4 This date was the unanimous choice of the dem ocratic city and county committee which met In Joint session Louisville KySt Patricks day was tho date promised for the comply ttcn of Louisvilles great niter system President Sebastian Zorn of the Wa ter Co announced that In a few days clear water will be running through the mains Catlettsburg KyThe Columbia Gas end Electric Co paid off and dls charged the hundred or so Greek la borers who were Involved In the riot In which four of them were shot The six deputy sheriffs are still on duty at the camp to prevent any outbreak on the part of tho natives while the Greeks are clearing out The four wounded foreigners are In the hospital In Catlettsburg two of them In a most critical condition Johnson the man who did the shooting has not been wrested This city and Ashland are tnrcnged with Ae discharged foreign ts who arc coming In from the camp I Paris KyAt his beautiful country Some Castle Comfort Mr Frank P Clay aged 9P years died of general debility M Clays father Henry Clay fought In the war of tho revolu ion and at Its closo moved to Ken tucky from Virginia Louisville KyAt a meeting hereof the executive committee cf the Syn odlcal Home Missions of tho hrcsby terlan Church In Kentucky much im portant business was transacted Rev Harvey S Murdock was elected syn tttlcal superintendent ot the state I CAPITAL NOTES Must Report Promptly In calling upon state uauks and trust companies for reports of their condi tion at tbe closo of business on Marck 31 Secretary of State Druner notified each of the 400 Institutions that ho will enforce the law providing a fine of f200 for delay beyond live days Claims Humiliation A petition asking 3000 damages wu filed here by Carrie Conley colored against the Central Kentucky Traction Co for permitting white pas sengers to occupy the compartment set apart for negroes on an interurban car alleging she was humiliated thereby On Inspection Tour The members of the state railroad commission left Louisville on a I clal train over the Illinois Central railroad to inspect depots at Madlsonvllla Hopkinsvllle and suggested improvements at a number of points In that section of the state t Governor Remains Firm In a letter to Rev Leonard W Doe Ian chairman of the committee of the J Antl Saloon League of Kentucky Oor WllUon once more says that be willI not call an extraordinary se the legislature to consider the countyiunit bill- Fined 910000 for Polluting Creek The Indian Refining Co of Georgetown muet pay a One of 10000 for polluting with oil Elkborn creek one j of the most noted fishing streams In the Halted States The Kentucky court ot appeals so decides In affirming judgment of Franklin circuit court No Troops for Tobacco Growers No troops will bo sent into the dark patch because of the reported night- rider outrages In that section The attitude of the state officials this year will be to let the tobacco men settle their difficulties To Make Experiments Extensive experiments will bl con ducted this year by tho state agrlcnfc lural department on the farm of Adjb Gen Johnston who notified Commis stoner Rankin that he would furnish tbe seed the land and the hands if the department would furnish an expert TCapt T C Jones Dies Cant Thos C Jones 73 died here at the home of his niece wife of former Senator William Lindsay of acute Indigestion He served In tbe coated erate army and was clerk of the court ot appeals and consul to Funchal I Kentucky Intelligence EUzabethtown KyMay 15 was selected by the democratic committee for a primary to nominate candidates for state senator Glasgow Ky Charles Williams de feated candidate for the post of com monwealths attorney med notice ot contest of the recent primary election London KyRev E Dunham con ference evangelist of the Central Ohio conference of the M E church began a 10 days revival here In Odd Fut lows hall Louisville ItyThe executive com mlttee of the Kentucky Press associa tion met In Louisville and chose Ev rill Springs as the place for holding the mId year meeting selecting Juno 28 as the dateILexington KyMrs George W Bain wife cf tbe brilliant lecturer and t mother of City Treasurer John Rain bad a large cataract removed from ont eye The result of the operation was very S3USf3ctoryIt Louisville KyAs a result of a com i promise the suit cf Taylor Moss Ii Taylor against S Grabfclder 0 Co for j 12800 alleged to be due on the profits on a deal for 300000 staves was die missed In the federal court Paducah KyFIre destroyed tboIBarlow hotel and tho grocery store W R Crlce also damaging his rest dence at Barlow Carlisle county Some of the hotel guests escaped la i their night clothes Loss 3500 thotLouisville Ky At u meeting of directors of the Louisville Commercial club a demand was made for a now union station and the railroads run fling Into Louisville were asked to take joint action toward securing It I Lonlsvlllo Ky The Mammoth Ca70 the new government snogboat for sere Ice In the Green and Barren rivers loft Louisville for that section It Is commanded by Capt W S Overstrcet and will replace the Wlllam Preston DixIon In the government service Louisville IyA swift shore cnr rent caught tho steamer Transit con veying barges of coal and carried the t tow against the float of the Ohio River Sand Co where oue of tho barges was stove in and sunk with about 25000 bushels of coal Carlisle KyTwo largo tobacco plant beds on tho farm of W Drwy man at Pleasant Valley were sown with blue grass seed presumably by night riders Bloodhounds will be used i to follow the tracks found leading rum the beds y i r elt08oeOoeoeoeotlOOoeoeoeo 4 foNo elesoHtreot9oc I East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else o 0 Re eorreipoaience pablhbid slew speed ti till by the wrtter The urn It tot for fibllcatto hot it u TlAiiet of good faith Writ plainly Q oooooooeoOOOuvwJACKSON COUNTY EIEnaREEN- i Evergreen March 20 Edward and Green Lake were at McKee last week 1on business Lumpklns Rose case was decided last week by compromise Edward Lake says ho Is ready to plant corn If every farmer were ready good times would come again Mr Green Lake has twenty acres of new ground cleared Miss Alice Jack of e Colyer was visiting this place last weekMr Jack Lake of Loan is raising more sheep than any other farmer around hereMost every farmer on Horse Lick has corn to BeilMr8 Hallie Lake was at Thos Campbells the first of the week and bought a fine lot of flowers The Rev James Lunsford Is ahead In this County for Judge uunurr Hurley March 17 Married March 13 Mr Milt Johnson of this place to Mrs Lucy J Hurley of Isaacs Mr J B Morris of Sand Gap and Miss Minnie Johnson of this place B H Cole officiated The Rev Jas Lunce who Is a candidate for county Judge preached a very Interesting sermon at the Indian Creek church house Sunday Mr Perry McCollum Is very slckMr B H Cole attended the funeral of his brother Wiley Cole at Plttsburg Monday He died Satur day from an unknown disease The church at this place will meet Thursday night to select a pastor for the next yearMr and Mrs John Gab bard Jr visited Mr and Mrs Jake Gabbard Sr Saturday night Wm Hurley sent to East Bernstadt for goods Monday Pollle McCollum who has been attending school at McKee has returned homeMrs Lizzie Mc Collum has been very poorly but is Improving Whooping cough is about over in this vicinityThere will be a show at the Indian Creek school house Monday OLIN Olin March 20We are havingI very nice farming weather sentNeal Gabbard of passed thru here yesterday selling fruit treesA nice cow belonging to James Stidham died a few days ago Roy E Rader will make his home f IrslMarthawas at County court at McKee last Monday especially candidates Root Morris of Middle Fork was visiting r friends and relatives here last wee- kJ C Miller is ahead and gaining Couni Kee last Monday than has been there beIingit and had It general knock down and drag out but nobody was seriously hurt except for black eyesThere I seems to be more bad colds grip and candidates than any thing else In this section of the county i AJJNYILIJC- Annvllle March 22Mr John Bald of Moores Creek died last week fwin Rev James Lunsford candi date for County Judge passed thru here last weekMr Stephen Casteel r iofEast Bernstadt visited friends at Annville last weokDr Green Bowles I of East Bernstadt passed thru this place Sunday evening Mr L C Lit tie and wife ot Welchburg took dinner I at the home of Mrs Nancy A JohnI son last SundayMr Sidney Bowling of Datha visited friends at Annvllle SundayMr T J Johnson and famll are visiting friends In Breathltt CoI t Green GlnENIIAILIson who summer has returned Luther Littlei spoke at W N lushes store day A large number was present and the crowd seemed to be about equally divided between Little and Farmer i John Miller our candidate for as sessor Is gaining every day Sammle Pierson has a good job In Illinois Brownlow Gibson was moving to Pond gripISmith and wife were visiting Mrs Smiths parents on Sextons Saturday i and Sunday Circuit court will begin at Booneville today Judge Brewer will make his opening speech In the interest of his candidacy for County Judge In Owsley CoThe primary InI Owsley to nominate candidates for County offices will be held April in Jackson the same day in Lee 101 2J P Wilson was hauling hay for Bob Lee this week Harvey Creech stopped Luther Pierson from building a fence between their farms and Pier son says he will sue him for damages if he is not allowed to go on with his work as the line has been surveyed by two of the best surveyors In the CoMiss Fannie Smith was visiting Mrs Slrrllda and Phoebe Pierson the the past week The meat rogues are again reported at their work several of our citizens have been losing meat lately Isaac Smith Is not very well IPo M Frye who was in school at several terms is now candidate for county superintendent of Owsley Co and stands a good show of being electedLuther Wilson also another Berea student holds a good position In Oklahoma Since a neighbor has gone the question Is where are we going to got our whiskey Boys young men and old men just do with out it and it will be better for you When you quit intoxicating drinks you quit one of the worst evils on earth Some will tell you we must have whiskey or we cant live that our taxes will go so high we cant pay them and that times will be harder than over known Gentlemen it it takes whiskey to carry us thru let us perish it is better to live in poverty die a beggar and save our souls than live in luxury if It takes whiskey to do it and go to hell Look around and see how much meanness has been done that whiskey has not been in Go to the courts and hear murder cases tried And I will say nine cases out of every ten whiskey is the beginning Any man can quit whiskey All you have to do is to just say I will never drink an other drop and be true to your word and you never will God has promised to help us in every effort to do good Let us think about this and see if we cant leave off this great evil and persuade some other good friend to leave it off MADISON COUNTY KINGSTON Kingston March 22A number of people were entertained at J C Powells Saturday night and Sunday in honor of Charley Powell and Frank Kennon of Berea Miss Dora Hud son left last week for Junction City to visit relatives for a monthMrs Joe Bales made a business trip to Lexington Wednesday Mr Covington Jett was in this vicinity buying hogs last weekMrs F M Jones Is visit ing at Parksville this weekMr 0 W Young purchased a horse of Kil lous Daniels Mrs Bart Haley of Lexington is the guest ot Mr and Mrs Abe Powell this weeko P Jackson of Richmond visited home folks Thursday night Miss A Soper is visiting Mr and Mrs Tiff Chenault Miss Clema Abrams of Lexington is the guest of Verna Parks this week I Mr Geo Young and daughter Mrs Settle and Mrs Mauptn were shopping 1lar1garetbody is invited 230 p mMr and Mrs Egg Lewis spent Sunday with George MoodysMr Sam Soper who has been very sick Is some better HARTS Harts March 22Aunt Mary Davis Is very low with pneumonia Mrs Thomas nlcelyIllrthe latters parents SundayMrs Jno Turvey returned home Monday to I Knoxville after a two weeks with her nephew O M Payne andl J W LakeSam Burnell is plann FredIericksbeen in PulaskI with her grandmother Mrs Lewis returned Saturday SidneyIPullins attended a wedding at Paint Lick Thursday The couple were Miss Marguerite Pullins and Mr Claud Spilman The Rev Mr Rash of Winchester officiated Mr T J t Lake ot Evergreen visited home folks JnojDrewertheir son livesWm Pigg who has been in Hamilton 0 for some tlmo returned home last week Harts March 1C Farmers are gardeningMrsIJim ters parents Saturday and Sunday Miss Laura Spence of London visited the family of J W Lake last week Mr W B Lake who is working in the Fidelity Portrait Co Is now at London doing good work Miss Kate Jas1Hammonderty is betterMrs John Turvy of Butchel 0 is visiting her nephew O M PayneMessrs Geo Payne and Bill Anglln of Dlsputanta went to Berea Saturday on business Miss Ella E Lake has just returned from a trip to Richmond with her cousins Mr and Mrs W M Maupln Mr Thos Bunch of Tennessee is visiting his mother Mrs Sam Powell The little child of Hiram Powell is quite sick with whooping cough DUrYFUH Dreyfus March 22Mr James Young is in Lexington on business I 0 Powell our hustling salesman was In town Tuesday Mrs F M Jones and little daughter Trosslo left Thursday for a visit at Parks yule and Moreland Mrs Robert D Lamb and Miss Dora Bongo were In Richmond Thursday Miss Fanny Todd of Speedwell has returned home after a few days visit with Misses Bessie and Dora ToddDeputy sheriff Park was in town yesterday summon ing witnesses on the case ot Berry Bates colored charged with selling whiskey Miss Flossie Baker is vis lUng her brother James R Baker at Berea this week Miss Dora Hudson left Thursday for Junction City where she will visit her grand parents Mr and Mrs George Rlcherson Frank Hazelwood of Mote was in town Friday on business Miss Dora Bongo will leave next week for a visit in Dayton 0Miss Lella Klmberlaln has returned home after a two weeks stay with friends at Big lull and Kerby Knob Mr Orlo Burnes ot Indianapolis Ind has moved In the house of O W Lake recently vacated by Frank Jones Mr ItD Lamb who has been quite sick for the past week Is rapidly improving Messrs Edward Puckett and Victor Spencer were in Berea ThursdayMrs Etta Lamb will leave next week for Louis ville and Cincinnati to buy her spring millinery WALLACtTOXI Wallaceton March 21Mrs Susie Halcomb who has been sick so long Is slowly improving Mrs Susie Stowe has been on the sick list for the past weekR H Soper and family were the guests of G E Brock man and family last Saturday night The Rev Mr Bryant of Cartersville preached at the Wallaceton Baptist church lost Saturday and Sunday There will be preaching at the same place next Saturday night March 27 Mrs Ruth Davis has been sick for the past week Mrs William Stowe of Berea was the guest of her sonl Launa Saturday nightThero is singing at the Wallaceton Baptist church every Wednesday night Every body welcome ROCK6ASTLE COUNTY i KOIUNKT- Roblnet i March 23 Candidates are getting thick around our little town Albert Allen Is able to be out again after several weeks ot confinement H M Mink has started his saw mill again Mrs Sarah Holland of Louisville came out for a few weeks visit with friends and relatives Miss Maggie Gentry was visiting home folks the first of the weeLAr vel Brewer will leave In a few days for Lexington George Stephens and family have moved into the house recently vacated by Talton Jones who moved to Winchester James Slagle has rented the property vacated by Abe Griffin Henry Hellard and wife left some few days ago for Indianapolis Ind where they expect to make their homeD H Powell and son John have bought 200 acres of land near Conway They expect to move this fall t UAUIKY Gauley March 23J C Bullock Squire Robinson and Traynor Shepherd were In Mt Vernon Monday Miss Jane Morris of Livingston visited her sister Mrs Ned McDanlel Saturday and Sunday Born to the wife of John McDanlel March 21 a fine boyJ C Bullock has declar ed himself a candidate for Magistrate in this district Miss Clnda Bond is much improved Daniel Robinson went to Clay Co and returned Mon day with a brideJohn Bond is again in this communityIDlsputanta March 22Farmers are busy plowing The Sunday school at this place is progressing nicely with large attendance Several from here went to Mt Vernon on business to dayMr John B Simpson of near Paint Lick was the guest of his father inlaw the Rev L It Rowlett Sun dayMrs Mary Miller Is on the sick list this week Bertha Rowlett was the guest of her ulster Mrs M V Swinford Sunday Miss Molllo Owens of near Mt Vernon was visiting home folks Saturday until Sunday Mr Cude Croucher has moved to the James Richmond property Mr Chris man Deas has rented Mr Ccouchers place and moved last reekMr W A Rowlett of Sullivan Ind writes that he is well employedMr L F Rowlett and family are planning to go to Sullivan Ind In the near future Mrs Jannie Harris of Berea who visited her parents Mr and Mrs W hasroIturnedRockford March 22We are having very nice weather at present Mr J J Wood of Conway died at his home Thursday March 18 His remains were burled in tho Meret cemetery near Wlldle Mrs Nora Mc Guire is ImprovingMr Troy Gar rett who has been working near Mc Keo visited home folks Saturday and Sunday Mr Sam Lambert of Snyder e left for Jacksonville Fla Sunday Sarah Spires is visiting her cousin Bertha Bullen Mr and Mrs W H Stephens visited relatives on Clear Creek Sunday Mr Jesse Bullen who is going to school at Bcrca visited home folks from Friday until Sunday Mr J E Dalton and family ot Be rea visited Mr T C Vlars Saturday and SundayTho farmers are plowing OWSLEY COUNTY ISLAM CITY Island City March 18Farmers are busy Born to tho wlfo of G B Pal mer a fine gtrlJ F Brewer is the leading candidate for County Judge in Owsley COW J Gentry sold his gray horse to E A Pollard of London for = 215 Emery Peters and John Chadwell left Monday for Illinois Married March 18th Miss Nannlo Mc Daniel to David Chadwoll Twenty eight persons loft Sturgeon for Okla last weekTho infant of W Mayse- is qulto ill Harry Briggs left Monday for Indiana Circuit Court will begin at Booneville MondayWIl liam Rains sold his part of tho Holly Fork saw and grist mill to W M Stewart David Bowman returned Saturday after attending Federal Court at FrankfortVINCKNT Vincent March 22Farmers took advantage of the fine weather last week and scored five days of work W H Venablo was visiting friends and relatives in Laurel Co last week Frank Black a traveling sales man for tho King Bros Shoe Co ot Bristol Tenn called on our merchants last weekJ B Scott the tie man was at Vincent last week looking over tho boys tles1Ir S P Caudell of Travelers Rest was at Ida May last week preparing his butcher shop which ho will soon occupy Circuit court convened at Boonevlllo Monday Mar 20 and a good crowd from around here attendedH H Malnoua and his son Luther from Travelers Rest were at Vincent last Friday on busi ness Tho vote was taken last Mon 1 ltOLIBAKING POWDER Jbrolullcly Pure f j The Only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Made from Grapes A Guarantee of Pure Healthful Delicious Food I I I day in regard to tho graded school consolidating Buck Creek Flancrya Mission and Rowlands chapel It was carried In favor of the school by a nice majority The mountain people are beginning to realize the value of graded schools LEE COUNTY nAMFOItU- Banfprd March 2OMrs Georgo Rader fell off a mule and broke her arm Sho has been very poorly for two weeks Pearl Brandenburg has been visiting friends for a week Mr Sam Holden was at Stanton last Sat urday on buslncsa Miss Doyle Jones and Miss Alice Brandenburg went to Holdleburg last rldallI88 Doyle Jones gave tho boys and girls a party last Saturday night Born to Mr and Mrs Bud McGcorgo a fine glrL Miss Eudocye Troadway is get ting along fine with her school IKIflllTON Leighton March 22 Farmers are plowing and putting out their gar lenBMr Congleton is able to bot I nut agalnThe Infant child of Mr 1 and Mrs Luther Splva Is slowly Im proving Mr and Mrs Harrison Grit tin visited Mrs Nannle Durbin on Station Camp Tho boys have or ganized a baseball team In our town Mrs Ora Griffin and llttlo daugh rttheBeattyvlllo today Tho Rev Pence is a candidate for Assessor of Lee Co LAUREL COUNTY 110N1IAM Bonham March 23Ned McIIono was tho guest of E Denham Sunday night Mr E Denham is slowly Im proving with rheumatism Sunday school at Piney Grove is progressing 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