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Cw I3EHEAr A i U eheoeeeleieeseeesttleetriaeeeesdEREA S IMCUBPOBATHD a STANLEY FROST MsttafSi a Entered at to Pottofflet at Etna Kft ajwowt eoeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeoeeeoeeMeo I Vol X Five cents a MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY 1000 Ono Dollar a year No 47 I NEWS Of THE WEEK Kermit Roosevelt Lost In Jungle Over NightKansas Has New and Strict Dry LawsRobbers t Loot Train and Then Wreck It Mrs Taft Sick- ROOSEVELTS SON LOSTlennlt Roosevelt who is hunting with hIs In Africa had ft pleasant night last week when ho got lost and night wandering around with only the lions and snakes tor company Ho found tho camp In tho morning The hunt continues with the same success Rhinoceroses have been kill ed and many other wild animals and most wonderful ot all a strange beast la called ft Zerafanlas MAINS SENTENCED Copt has been sentenced to servo between eight and sixteen years for the kill Ing ot Capt Annie DNEW KANSAS DRY LAW Kansas it i such poor SUCCelS with her prohibition statutes that sho has finally passed a law which forbids any one to drink whiskey even when ho owns It or from his own bottle TWENTYONE KILLEDTho pre mature explosion of a thousand pounds of dynamite which was prepared for a gigantic blast kill ed twentyono men Including sever al of tho officers of the company at the Callahan Road Improvement Co Quarries near Albany New York last Wednesday afternoon ISPEED RECORD BROKEN The worlds record for speedy marriages was broken lost Thursday at Colorado Springs by tho marriage of Edward L Mosher a mine owner and Miss Claro Halo a waitress Mosher went to tho hotel to get supper fell in love with the waitress proposed was accepted decided ho did not want his fiancee to do any more domes tic work got n carriage and took her to a minister Total time thirty minutes It Is evident that all the fools nro not dead yet MONUMENT TO ADAMA Maryland man has found the great lack I ot this worldno tombstone has ever been erected to the memory of Adam our first ancestor This man has de cided to remedy this defect ant ac cord that famous man his due and so he Is having built a monument dedicated to the memory of that Illustrious Individual We wonder whether people will think any more of Adam when that monument is doneMORE TROUBLE IN PARIS The French capital Is keeping up Its re putation for trouble Another attempt at n general strike there has caus ed a general interruption ot business even the post office being out ot order Troops have been stationed in the to prevent an attempt at a rebellion and an attempt was even made In tho parliament to havo the ministry thrown out for trying to preserve order This attempt fail ed and probably will result In end ing tho strike since tho strikers cannot win without outside help BAD STORM Five people wero killed and 20 Injured In a storm Missourilatej1l1lt In tboso parts In years fell MEREDITH DEADGeorge Meredith the famous English story writer and novelist is dead at his home near London ROBBERS GET TRAINA gang cl theIgot away with about 20000 cidentally hurt twelve passengers The bandits overpowered tho train crew cut tho train in two and took tho mall car away so that they could rifle tho malls at their leisure When they got thru they started the epglno and car back to ward the rest ot the train and jump ed oft It hit the cars wero standing still there was a bad wreck and twelve passengers were hurt Posses are out after the bandits MRS TAFT OVERCOME Mrs Taft wife of tho President was over come with Illness while on her way to Mount Vernon early this week and was obliged to return home Her doctors diagnose tho case as nervous breakdown but Ray sho is doing well ENGLAND SCAREDiTho fear England has of Germany Is In creasing and preparation to meet a possible invasion from tho Contin ent is being made Germany profess es tho most peaceful Intentions but the Englishmen do not seem to be have them and will probably tax themselves to the limit to provide war material KY i THE CITIZEN 1 c Devoted to the Interests ofthe M ouJtain People copyBEBEA 20 MRSI CRANE HERE Famous Expert Gives Advice to Berea on Means of Beautifying OurTown The visit here over Sunday of Mrs Jesslo Bartlett Crane ot Kalamazoo Mlch tho leading woman expert or sanitation and civic decency will long bo remembered Her reputation hot preceded her and published account of her reception in Lexington wlien the city officials did every thing In their power to show her the city and then listened with attention to her severe criticisms had led Bcrca peo plo to expect much of her They were not disappointed and learned fron her several speeches a groat man things ot much value Sirs Crane spoke Saturday afternoon before the women of the fucultj and told mostly of herself and UK work which has made her famous Ir cleaning and beautifying her home city On Sunday evening she spoke In the Chapel oa her work and tolc moro of her trip to Kentucky especially giving suggestions for tho Improvement of this city Monday morn- Ing sho spoke to the students at chapel explaining a few points iron her previous lecture and giving then some good advice on general matters For Berca tho most Important part of her talks hero was that In whIch sho discussed local conditions and we aro glad to bo able to glvo that part practically In full It was as fol lows I think that to night I have a subject on which to address you whlc Is as Important as any you will b likely to hear It may not be as interesting not as entertaining but certainly the problems which touch our health and life are In tho deepest sense vital to us all I realize that I am talking to ar audience mainly pt students but also composed ot a considerable number ot tho citizens ot this village which Is so soon I understand to be a city and having taken tho pains this morning to look over Berea as best I could and In company with two ol your physicians who are interested public health problems I want to suggest along the line ot Improvement I havo hardly found anywhere n little city which would excel you IE the natural beauty of surroundings I found It very hard to keep my mind upon the raattor In hand as I looked In every direction over this wonderful panorama ot the hills and thought what n wonderful thing It must be to dwell In the midst of the natural beautyCONDITION OP TilE STREETS 1 wanted to speak first of the con dition ot the You know that my mission Is not a particularly agree able one but I have been Imported to this state for the very purpose ol criticising and I offer as I trust Instructive and healthful criticism tc tho best ot my ability 1 understand that tho funds at the disposal of Be rea are quite limited but It seems sorerTwayyour streets and roads within the town aro not only uncomfort able to drive over but it you look at them with the eye ot a stranger or as someone else comes In and looks at them from a fresh and disinterest ed ot view and seo the defects they are not very Inviting Tho materi al out of which your roads are made makes It hard to do anything perhaps but I am cure more could be done than Is being done in Berca I am sure it would not be out ot place for citizens to contribute time and labor upon the part of tho street in front ot their houses It has been done where funds did not suffice and It one slnglo street In Bcrea was BO repaired and put In order you would find It Inspire the citizens up on tho other streets to do tho same but I would not wait for that time STOCK AND CHICKENS You have made an excellent step forward In the enforcement ot your regulations against stock wandering in tho street I was told there had been somo difference of opinion on this aubject but It Is a great step forward Today as we were driving we suddenly came across a lot of pigs on tho street I was told It was out side the city limits A stranger not ed that It was an offensive object on the landscape- I think the next thing should be a chicken law Have the chickens also kept up Tho owner ot the chic kens should take care In restraining them Ono percon I noticed had covered the yard over with brush in order to keep the chickens out You cant do much toward making a yard pretty It the chickens can run over it at will Continued on fourth rage SCHOOLS FOR THE PUBLIC It is a good sign that Kentucky is coming to call the schools mantaiued by the tax payers public instead of free schools The later name has something of pauperism in it it is an indication that the schools are for people who caundt afford fo pay for the folks that have to accept charity something below tho dignity of a free and honorable people The word public places the schools where all belong schools for everybody schools to which every body can go with profit and above all schools belonging to everybody to the whble public It is a strange and pitiful thing that so many of the people of Kentucky especially of the Blue Grass have never come to regard the public schools as in any way their property or a thing in which they are interested They have allowed them to be carried on in any old way and have refused to tax themselves for their support They havo even failed to send children very much There aro two main reasons for this In the first place many peoplo have never really grasped the value of an education In the secondmany men will pay no more taxes than they have to and seem to think that the fewer taxes they pay the better off they are Such men want some kind of a school to be sure but since the state is giving them enough money to keep a sort of a one going they will not help out As to the value of an educationwhat can be said that reader of The Citizen does not already know Y And yet how many of our readers have never really grasped that knowledge I How many have shown themselves willing to make a real sacrifice for the sake of education t And how many less have been willing to sacrifice even a little for the sake of educating their neighbors children and improving the community in which they live Many have done both to bo sure and they are among the noblest and most useful citizens of the mpuntains or of any other part of the world but aro many more who will admit to be sure that an education pays but have never done a cents worth of work to get the benefits of education either for themselves or for their home folks There is no room here to give in full the reasons why education pays but every reader will understand what we mean when wo say that it has been proved in every possible way that an education ysFirllt in dollars and cents an educated man being worth more than an uneducated one of the same natural talents Second in usefulness an educated man being more useful to his neighbors more looked up to and more honored than an uneducated one of the same character And third in happiness an educated man or woman being able to enjoy life more and enjoy it better than an un educated one of tho same character Surely with all these advantages it is worth while for every one to work for the benefits of education and the place where every one can work is in helping out the public school As to the tax dodgersDid you Mr TaxDodger ever figure out what a very good investment your taxes arot Can you think of any other place where you spend a similar amount of money every andiostmoney will bring a max better returns that when it is invested in taxation whether for good roads good schools or good government And the greatest of these is good schools for the others follow yourdistricteducation begin to be felt even if you have not a to go to that school It will make the community so much better and so much richer and so much more desirable to live in that you will get a big profit on your investment And if you have children you may be very sure that the money you have put into the public school will do more for than all the rest you ever spend for them tho you dress them in silk and feed them on strawberries all their lives These are our schools these public schools of the state of Kentuckyand they will be what we them Any district can payersAndour own schools and get to working for them ourselves instead of dependingon the state to manage every thing and pay all the bills just that minute we will begin going up the ladder of success and the whole development of the stale will begin at a rapid rate And till we do that neither we nor the state will go forward very fast Put in the education and the rest will come of itself WELL WORTH READING especlal1tois one of the foremost living experts on matters of health and sanitation andall her suggestions are wellworth listening to Berea- as you will see from her speech is somewhat severely criticised but we are fortunate in getting off much easier than Lexington where Mrs Crane was obliged to use much more severe language than here A very little effort will make Berea a model townand that effort will be most effective if made along the lines of Mrs Cranes talk By the way if you are interested in keeping well are you reading our weekly health hint by Dr Cowley f You ought to bothoy are likely to save you the price of many a doctors bill and may be of a too Watch for them every week I BEREA SECOND InI Way Ahead of All Other Colleges Kentucky Except State University In Track Meet at LexingtonFine Work Done There By Local Athletes Tho entrance of Berea College Into intercollegiate field and track sports which occurred last Saturday at the State meet at Lexington was atended by more success than had been even hoped for Berea made an easy second and during tho early part of the meet seemed likely to take first honors Thruout the track events in which Berea had men entered cho ran neck and neck with State which finally won by its showing in the field contests Berea had few entries In another year when Berea has both more training and longer time for preparation it Is likely that State will find a new and very dangerous rival on her hands Almost as pleasing as Bereas splen did showing was the evidence that a new day is coming In athletics in Kentucky The sports were clean and fair thruout and there was no where any evidence at the slightest attempt to cheat or use unfit or Ineligible men State showed the high est honor in refusing to use one of her best men because ot an Infraction of discipline The visiting men were well received and well treated and thero was nothing to mar a very pleasant occasion Wo are happy to say that In Berea at least State will find fully as much rivalry in the fight for clean gentlemanly faIr sport as In the contest for precedence In athletics Following the meet thero was a banquet given at the Phoenix Hotel In honor ot the track men Fifty two Berea people sat down there being a large delegation of young wo men present who had gone up to Lexington to cheer on the boys The baseball game Friday after noon was won by State 72 The box score showed that each team had an equal number ot hits and errors so that victory was evidently due to superior head and team work Six Insltutlons took part In the track meet as follows State Central and Transylvania unl varsities Berea Kentucky Wesleyan and Georgetown Colleges Seventy Contlnutd on Fourth Page IN WASHINGTON Senate Dawdling Over Tariff and Will Bo Till Hot WeatherLittle Sign of Downward Revision Sherman an Easy BossTaft Great at Golf Washington D C May 1C 1909 The only that can move tho Senate Is a heat of from 90 to 100 degrees In the shade This Is Speaker Cannons opinion The Senate cer tainly is showing the effects of the heat but it has not moved percepti bly for many days Day after day tho Senators reassemble and Indulge In wordy quarrels but when It comes to acting they cannot seem to bring themselves to the mark Meanwhile the hot weather Is increasing the dlfflculy ot settling questions which would bo bad enough If Congress eraI In session at Atlantic City or somej cool summer resort Papers have tiredI ot quoting ungenltemanly remarks made by ono Senator to another InI course of debate since these haveI come to be a common occurence In every days routineIThe pages of the Congressional Record simply bristles with exclama tion points and even some dashes though tho latter signify not profanity but occasions when souls patriots feeling rose in his throat and his utterance Ou Thursday afternoon Isador Rayner the Jewish Maryland Senator did the best and most com prehensive job ot the season in name calling This country is filled with tariff lies from one end ot it to the other he said and on being ques further asserted that practi cally all tariff advocates were liarsI This certainly covers the entire situation A little later on the same day Knute Nelson ot Minnesota took occasion to let daylight Into Senator Kean In no gentle manner Even Senator Root of New York became peeved in debate this weekITOBACCO TARIFF Senator Paynter of Kentucky made a right good speech in the Senato this week In favor ot the tobacco pro ducer Senator Bradley Introduced an amendment to tho tariff bill to al low the tobacco grower to sell his untwisted product without paying re venue tax on It Bradley has a Memo cratic Representative Stanley of the Pennyroyal end ot the state acting as his secretary in regard to this tobacco legislation It seems to be a good move and it the help of the Democrats can be used perhaps it is all right to work with them Representative Stanley gained no- torIety for himself In another manner this week With four other Demo crats ho was eating in the restaur ant ot the House Office Bulldlng T Vernon a negro polltlcan now holding the office of Register of the Treasury was given a seat at a neighboring table The Democrats at once arose angrily and quitted the place protesting against the admission of a colored man Into the House eating place They went to Speaker Cannon with the matter but were told by his secretary that the restaur ant in question was merely Intended for the general public and that theI Representatives were only by sufferance of said public until the real Representatives dining room is opened Nothing further has been heard from the outraged gentlemen President Tafts message about Porto Ricos condition will gain Its purpose in due time without doubt Just at present It Is being employed by the House to keep its mind oft i Its other troubles Perhaps nothing definite will be done until next winter GOLF AND STATESMANSHIP- It Is refreshing to see a VIcePresI dent hold his Job so lightly as Mr Sherman does Fairbanks used tOI bang around the Senate day and night as if the wisdom of that bodys de cisions hung upon having his inspir ing visage before it without ceasing Sunny Jim Sherman presides over the Senate Just often enough to keep up his acquaintance with some ot the prominent Senators and at other times he spends his days playing golf with Taft attending to the business ot the Utica Trust Company or hav ing a good tlmo in any other way tha occurs to him- President Taft Is a great golf play er Since the cloud of office seekers who besieged him In the earlier days of the administration has disappeared or at least thinned out he has found time three days In the wee to put In an afternoon on the links Probably he Is having a fifty per cent more restful time In Washington than Colonel Roosevelt Is having on his African vacation or will ever have Continued on fourth pct JJOOUfI oeaeosyep att o The Citizen Is Growing Rap S aKeepaYt g I i tisingvoeoaloeoIoeoaOeoeoeoeopoet a0 MAY Very rather spent which Halns be- Ing streets badly which badly which streets They point would their every there child them make coffin where States thing stifled tioned whe- W ill OUR OWN STATEIGrinstead Easily Wins Fight for Re LouisvilleCrops t Woman Tortured for Her Money MaryMentz bentenIntorobber who wished to make her tell the hiding place of 6000 which he InLoulsvllJewill die BAPTISTS RAISE 11317G The Southern Baptists Convention which has been meeting in Louisville has been one 08 the most successful in years and most encouraging reports have been made During the meet Ing 113176 were subscribed toward 600000 fund which Is being rais for the Southern Baptist SemlnIary in honor of Its Jubilee j HOSPITAL FOR CHILDREN Af ter seventeen years of endeavor the corner stone ot the Ctjlldrens Free Hospital of Louisville was finally laid last Saturday by Gov Wlllson Too I much cannot be said In praise of the people who have done this and of the good their work will do but it does seem too bad that it should I be so difficult to raise money for 1 such an object and that It shouldIhave taken so long before of caring for the helpless can even be startedSTILL r 1 RAIDED At a raid on tweekbut were not hit The officers destroyed the still but came away without any prisoners GRINSTEAD WINSThe fight for the Republican nomination for Mayor of Louisville was won at the prlmarlIes Monday by Mr Grinstead the pre WelsI r mayor led by the whiskey men Tho Herald and Sen Bradley and methods were used which will make good ammunition for the Democrats when the campaign opens and which will it very hard for tho makeJwin The reason for the attack the mayor was his enforcement otIthe liquor lawsfCROPS Commissioner i ports that at the end of April in Kentucky are in fair cropsfWheat is poor hemp Is good cherries peaches and plums t been damaged but there aro IndIca tions of a large crop of grapes and apples much tobacco and corn will be planted and live stock is In good condition LOUISVILLE PREACHER COMING The Rev Wm H Ramsey D D of the church of the Messiah of i Louisville will speak to the stu dents next Sunday night and give the chapel lecture Monday morning Dr Ramsey is a man of finest spirit and a long time friend of Berea lie has also taken active Interest in the campaign for the Adjustment Fund and the Lincoln Institute C E CONVENTION The State Christian Endeavor Con vention was held at Nlcholosville May 1416 Nine representatives ot the Berea Society attended Delegates were entertained at the homes ot the hospitable Nlcholaavllle people They report that the Society is flourishing better now than ever before One place In which It is doing the most good Is in the prison Tho prison society sent ten dollars to the convention for helping the state work FINE CIRCUS Tho exhibition of the Howe Bros1 Circus here last Friday was undoubted ly the best ever given by any similar aggregation in thla town It is not the largest circus on earth nor does it claim to bo but the show was interesting and clean every act was well executed and there were no fakes and no disappointment It was very well attended here and much the larger attendance was at night after the report of the fine after noon performance bad spread Needs Perspective Eliot Genius like a torch shines less In the broad light of the pre ent than In the night of the past Fooled Few women are more badly fooled than those who believe they regulate the habits of their husbands 1 I f 71TTit iUThrGi mE NAN f9JZOZ2 I SYNOPSIS Tho at Harvard where Cal Rupert Winter U 8 A visiting caw the suicide of young Mercer Ho met Cary Mercer brother of the dead student Three rnnl later In Chicago In 1906 Col Winter overheard Cary Mercer apparently planning to kidnap Archie the colonels ward and to gain possession ot Aunt Rebecca Winter1 millions A Miss Smith was mentioned apparently ns a connplrator Winter unexpectedly met a relative Mrs Mllllcent who told him that his Aunt Rebecca Arohla nnd the Inttcra nurslMIss Janet Smith were to leave with the colonel and Mrs Melville A great finan v dial magnate was aboard tho train on which Col Winter met his Aunt llebec + ca Miss Smith and Archie Ho set his orderly Serirt Haley to watch over Cary Mercer Col Winter learned that tho financial magnate IB Edwin 8 Keatcham On approaching Cary Ierccri the colonel wss snubbed WInter by Archie cleverly frustrated a holdup on the train He took a great liking to Miss Hmlth t1lLqlto her alleged connection with the kldnnplng plot which he had not yet revealed to his relatives Tho party arrived In San Francisco It vas thought that there were big persons be- hInd the holdup gang Archie mysteri ously disappeared Fruitless was- conducted for Blood In a near 1 by room at the hotel caused fears for the boys life No headway was made r In trio search for Archie CHAPTER VI Continued Doggedly tho colonel stuck to his guard until tho valet and another man a ciean shaven freshfaced young man whom tho watcher had never seen before came out of the room Tho valet superintended tho taking of two j trunks accepting tickets and checks from tho porter with a thoroughly Anglican suspicion and thoroughness ot inspection while tho young man stood tapping his immaculate trousers leg with tho stick of his admirably slender umbrella Its all right Colvln ho broke In Impatiently three tickets to Los An geles drawing room ono lower berth one section checks for two trunks como on- Very methodically tho man called Colvin stowed away his green and red slips first in an envelope then in his pocketbook finally buttoning an in side pocket ovor all He wits tho Imago of a rather stupid conscientious Eng lish serving creature Carefully he counted out a liberal but not lavish tip for tho porter and watched that func tlonary depart Last of all ho locked doorWith extreme courtesy of manner Winter approached tho young man Pardon me said ho I am Col Winter my aunt Mrs Winter has tho rooms near yours and sho finds that sho needs another room or two b Are you leaving yours Theso aro Mr Keatchams rooms not mine the young man responded politely Ho is leaving them When you glvo up your keys would you mind asking tho clerk to send thorn up to me pursued tho colonel Room 327- Certainly replied the young man or would you like to look at them a moment nowt Why If It wouldnt detain you hesitated Winter ho was hardly pre pared for tho otter of admittance Get the elevator and hold It a min ute Colvin said tho young man and ho instantly fitted the key to tho door which ho flung open Excuse me said he as they stood in tho room but arent you tho Col Winter who held that mountain pass to let tho other fellows get off after your ammunition was exhausted I seem to recall some such episode only It sounds rather gaudy the way you put it I read about you in tho papers you swam a river with Funston did all kinds of stunts Or tho newspaper reporter did You dont happen to know anything about the price of these rooms I suppose Tho young man did not know but be showed tho colonel through all tho rooms with vast civility lie seemed quite Indifferent to tho colonels Interest In closets baths and wardrobes Iio only wanted to talk about tho PhilippinesThe who always shied like a mottled horse from the flutter of his own laurels grew red with discomfort and rattled the door knobs There the suite ends said the young man Oh we dont want It all only a room or two Col Winter demurred Any ono of these rooms would do Well I will not detain you The ele- vatorI boy will bo tired and Mr Keatcham will grow impatient Not at all he will have gone I Im so very glad to have met you Colo nelIIn this manner with mutual civilities they parted tho young man es corting tho colonel to his own door which the latter was forced to enter by the sheer demands of tho situation Drat hardly had the door closed than lie popped out again Tho young man was swinging round the corner next tho elevator Is ho an innocent bystander or what1 puzzled tho soldier lie re aumcd his march up and down the corridor The next room to the JKeaicham suite was evidently held ban agent of the Fireless Corking Stovn since one of his sample bad iBtrayed into the hall and was mutely proclaiming Its own exceeding worth In very black letters on a very white o41Can1 4 It tho young man and tho valet are straight goods tho key will come up reasonably soon from tho ofllco thought tho watcher Sure enough tho keys In the hands of Winters own spy appeared before ho had waited three minutes Ho reported that tho old gentleman got Into a cab with his secretary and tho valet and tho other gentlemen took another cab Tho jfccrotary paid tho bill Had ho gono sooner expected No ho had engaged tho rooms until Thursday night this was Thursday night Tho colonel asked about tho next room which was directly on tho cross corridor leading to tho elevator The detective had been Instructed to watch It How long had the Firelcss Cooking Stove man had ItT There was no meat for suspicion In tho answer Tho stove man had come tho day before the Keatcham party Ho was a perfectly commonplace goodlooking young man representing tho Peerless Fireless Cooking Stovo with much picturesque eloquence he had sold a lot of stoves to people In the hotel and he tried without much success to tacklo old Keatcham ho had attacked even the sleuth himself He gave mo a mighty good cigar too chuckled the redheaded one limn you got It now Only thp memory tho boy grinned You ought to have kept It Blrdsall would toll you you ore watching every ono In these rooms Did It have a necktie And did you throw that awayNo sir I kept that after I got to smoking I just thought Id keep It When he took tho tiny scrap of pa per from his pocketbook the colonel eyed It grimly A do Vlllar y Vlllar1 he read with a slight Ironic Inflection Decidedly our young Fireless Stove promoter smokes good cigars Maybe Mr Keatcham gave It to him Ho was In there Was he Oh yes trying to sell his stove but not succeeding Ito said ho was trying to get past tho valet and tho secretary ho thought If ho could only got at tho old man and demonstrate his stove he could make tho sale Ho could cook all right that fellerThe colonel made no comment and presently betook himself to his aunt She was waiting for him In the parlor playing solitaire Through the open door tho white bed that ought to have been Archies was gleaming faintly The colonels brows met Well Bertlo Did you find any thing Mrs Winter Inquired smoothlyIm not but here Is the report Ho gave It to her even down to tho cigar wrapper- It doesnt seem likely that Mr Keatcham has anything to do with It said she He no doubt has stolen many a little railway but a little boy Is too small game Oh I dont suspect Keatcham but I wish I had caught tho elevator tonight Ho looked at mo In a mighty queer way Did you recognize his secretary as anyone whom you ever saw before asked Mrs Winter- I cant say was tho answer given with a little hesitation Im not sure- I dont think I quite understand you Bertlo better mako a clean breast of all you know Im getting a little worried myself The colonel reached across the cards and tapped his aunts arm affectionately Ho felt the warmest Impulse toward sympathy for her that ho had ever known it glistened In tin eyes Mrs Winters cheeks slowly crim soned she turned her head exclaim lug did she hear a noise but tho colonels keen cars had not beon warned Poor woman he thought she Is worried to death but she will not admit It Now Bertie said Mrs Winter calmly but her elbow fell on her cards and spoiled a very promising game of Penelopes Web now Her tie what are you keeping back Then at last the colonel told her of his experience in Chicago Sho heard him quite without comment and ho could detect no shift of emotion in her demeanor of absorbed but perfectly calm attention unless a certain ten slop ot attitude and feature as If he phrased it she were holding herself in might bo so considered And he was not sure of this When he came to the words which stuck In his throat the sentence about Miss Smith she smiled frankly almost laughed At tho end of the recital and the colonel had not omitted a word or a look In his memory she merely said Then you think Cary Mercer has kid naped Archie and tho nicelooking Harvard boy is helping him Dont you think It looks that way yourselfShe that question by an other ono But you dont think do you that Janet Is the Miss Smith men tioned rI- lls reply camo after an almost im perceptible hesitation No Again she smiled That Is because you know Janet If you didnt know her you would think the chances were In favor of their meaning her Nat urally Well I know Cary eo little I IiIr Speed Down the Corridor to Her Own Door knew his father well I dont believe he would harm a hair of Archies head Ho Isnt a cruel fellowat least not toward women and children Ive n notion that what he calls his wrongs have upset his wits a bit and he might turn tho screws on tho Wall street crowd that ruined him That is If ho had a chance but ho is poor ho would need millions to get oven a chance for a blow et them But a child a lad who looks like his brother no you may be sure he wouldnt hurt Archie He couldnt nuttho name Winter It Is not such a common name and tho words about a lady ofr Tho polite soldier hesitated An old woman do you mean said Aunt Rebecca with a little curving of her still unwrinkled upper lip It sounds so complete submitted hernephewTherefore distrust it she argued dryly Gaborlaus great detective and Conan Doyles both have that same maximnot to pick out easy an aw ersWinter smiled in his own turn Still sometimes the easy answers are right Now hero is tho situation I hear this conversation at tho depot I find one of the men on the same train with me He presumably If ho is Cary Mercer and I dont think I can be mistaken In his Identity Unless another man is making up as Cary It may seem conceited but I dont think I could bo fooled This man had every expression of tho others and I was too struck by thoI may almost call It malignantlook he had not to recognize him No it was Mercer ho would certainly recognize you and he would know who I am ho would not bo called upon to snub me as a possible confidence man That rankles yet Bcrtla lie made a grimace and nodded But he Insisted Isnt It so If he Is up to somo mischief any mischief doesnt care to have his kin meet himthat is the way ho would net dont you think Ho might bo up to mischief yet have no designs on his kin lie might said the colonel mu singly A thought which ho did not confide to tho shrewd old woman had just flipped his mind But ho went on with his plea Hb avoids you ho avoids me He is seen going Into Keatchams drawing room that means some sort of an acquaintance with Keatcham enough to talk to him anyway How much I cant say Then comes the attack by the robbers ho Is In another car so there is no call for him to do any thing there Is no light whatever on whether he had anything to with tho robberyThen we come here Keatcham has the room next but one Archie goes Into his own room we see him go I am outside directly outside It is simply impossible for him to go out Into the hall without my seeing him besides I found the doors outside all locked except the one to tho right where we entered your suite then wo may assume that he could not go out Ha could not climb out of locked win t dos on the third floor down a sheer descent of some 40 or 50 feet You last room to tho right Miss Smiths bedroom is a corner room besides she was In it that excludes every exit except that to the left Wo find Mrs Wlgglesworth was absent and there were evidences ofanan attack of somo kind carefully hidden afterward But there la no sign of the boy I watch tho rooms If ho Is hidden somewhere in Keatchams rooms the chances are after Keatcham goes they will try to take him off I dont think It probable that Keatcham knows anything about the kidnaping In fact It Is wildly Improbable Well Kcatch am goes Immediately I get into tho room Tho valet and the young man visiting Keatcham young Arnold let mo In without the slightest demur Either they know nothing of the boy Or somehow they have got him away else they would not let me In so easily Maybe they are Ignorant and the boy f8 gone both Wo go to the rooms very soon after there Is not tho smallest trace of Archie How did ho get out They must have outwitted me somehow tho colonel sighed and It looks as If ho went voluntarily there was no possible carrying away by force And there was no odor of chloroform about that Is very pene trating It would got into tho halls They must have persuaded him to go but how If they have kidnaped him said Mrs Winter they will send me some word and It they have persuaded him to run away plainly ho must be able to walk and thatmess In Mrs Wig slcsworths room doesnt mean any thing bad Of course not said tho colonel firmly Then In as casual a tone as ho could command By tho way where Is Miss Smith She Is back isnt shot Oh a long time ago said Mrs Winter I sent her to bed Ive been frank with you You will reciprocate and tell mo why for what you sent her out Mrs Winter mado not tho least uvaslon Sho answered frankly I tent her with a carefully worded ad vertisement but you neednt tell Mil lcent who has also gone to bed thank beaven I sent her with a carefully worded advertisement to all the pa pers This is the advertisement It will roach tho kidnapers and It will rot reach any ono else See Sho handed him a slip of paper from her cardcase He read To the holden of Archie Wt Commu nicate with R S W same address as before and you will hear of something to your advantage Perfectly safe The colonel read It thoughtfully a little puzzled Before he had time to speak his quick ears caught the sharp ring of his room telephono belL Ho excused himself to answer It Ills room was tho last of the suite but be shut the door on his way to the tole phoneHo expected Haley nor was he dis appointed Haley reportedIn Span ishthat he had traced the automo bile It was tho property of young Mr Arnold son of tho rich Mr Arnold Young Arnold had been at Harvard ILLUe1T J41lrlCI7 J COP RIGH7 ISO 808871RILLCO last year and ho took out a Massa chusotta license he had a California one too Should ho Holey look up young Arnold And should ho como to report that night Tho colonel thought ho could watt till morning and a little comforted hung up tho receiver Darely was It out of his hand when tho bell shrilled again sharply vehemently Winter put tho tube to his car Does any ono want Col Winter Palace hotel ho asked A sweet eager boyish volco called back Undo Borto Undo Hurtle dont you worry Im all right Archie cried tho colonel Whore aro you Dut there was no answer Ho called again and n second time ho told tho lad that they were dreadfully anxious about him Ho got no response from the boy but another voice a wom ans voice said with cold distinctness as If to some ono In tho room No dont let him It Is Impossible Then a dead wall of silence and centrals Impassive Ignorance He could got nothingRupert Winter stood a moment frowning and thinking deeply Di rectly with a shrug of the shoulders ho walked out of his own outside door locking it and went straight to Miss SmithsHo knocked at first very gently then moro vigorously hint there was no answer Ho wont away from the door but ho did not reenter his room Ho did not boar to his aunt the news which with all Its moagerness and Irritating incompleteness had been an enormous relief to him Ho simply walled In the corridor Five minutes ton minutes passed then he heard tho elevator whir and standing with his hand on tho knob of his open door ho saw his aunts companion dressed for the street stop out and speed down tho corridor to her own door The other voice tho womans voice had been Janet Smiths CHAPTER VII The Haunted House A mud Fplaahed automobile runabout containing two men was turning off Van Ness avenue down a narrower and shadier side street in tho after noon of tho Sunday following tho dls appearance of Archie Winter Ono of tho occupants seemed to bo an Invalid whom the brilliant March sunshine had not tempted out of his heavy wrappings and cap the other was a short thickset corduroyjacketed chauffeur Ono marked the runabout at a glance as a hardly used livery motor car but a moments Inspection might have shown that it was running with admirable smoothness and quiet Tho chauffeur woro goggles hence his eyes wero shielded but ho turned a broad cello upon tho pallid cheeks and sharpened profile beside him Colonel as a healthseeker who cant keep warm enough youre great he cried Lord but you look the part If I cant shed some of these con founded mutters soon growled tho pale sufferer addressed Ill get so red with heat It will como through my beautiful powder I hope those fellows wont see us for they will be on to us all rightOur mothers wouldnt bo on to us In those rigs tho chauffeur replied cheerily ho seemed to be In a hopeful mood and let us once get Into tho house and surprise em and therell bo something drop nut 1 havent really had a chance to tell you tho latesthaving to pick you up at a drug store this way Now lets sum things up You think tho boy got out through Kcatcbama apartment Or Sirs Wlgglcsworths How else said the colonel ho cant fly and if he could ho couldnt fly out and then lock the windows from the Inside- I seethe chauffeur appeared thoughtfuland the Wiggles worth door was locked You think that Keatcham is In it someway Not Keatcham sold the colonel There was another man In the carAtkins they called him though he has disappeared Out Mercer remains Ills secretary and that valet of his I think the secretary Is Gary Mercer Tho boy might have slipped out Inthoso few momenta we were hunting for him In side Afterward either Mrs Melville Winter or I was on guard until your man came Ho might go to tho Fire less Stove man slip out of his rooms and round the corner to tho elevator In a couple of seconds Then of course I might see their rooms Provided that is tho tireless Stove drummer Is In the plot too Tho Fireless Stove drummer who smokes Villar y Vlllar cigars He is In It I think Blrdsall Well Ill assume that Next thing You get the telephone call lend you say the vojpo sounded chipper didnt look lIkb was being hurt or both ered nnywily did ItNot at all Besides you know the letter Miss Smith got this morning- I think Id like another peck at that will you drive her a minute while I look at tho letter again The Instant his hands were free Blrdsall Dulled out the envelope from his leath errimmed pocket It was rectangular la shape and smaller than tho ordinary business envelope Tho paper was linen ot common diamond pattern having noIengraved bonding Tho detective ran his eyes down tho tow lines written In an unformed boyish hand There was neither date nor place only theso wordsDear MIs Janet Dont you or auntie lx vortcd about me because I am wren and safe and having a good time I had llio nose tilted that Is why I ipotcd the cArpet Tell Auntie to please pay for It out of my next weeks allowance Us sure and dont wary Your off friend AnCHIIlALU IAdK WINTEnJYoure sure this Is the boys wtltIIngT was tho detectives Sure And his spelling too Now said DIrdsall watching tho I colonels keen aquiline profile as bespoke now you notice theres no t heading or mark on tho paper and tllOIwatermark Is only O K E 1901 And that amounts to nothing those folks sell all over tho countryinut you notice that It is not tho or dinary business paper It looks rathorIladylIke than commercial doesnt It I The colonel admitted that it did look so- Now assuming that this letter was sent with the connlvnnco of tho kid- napers It looks as It our young gen tlemnn wasnt In any particular dan gcr of having a hard time To mo it looks pretty certain ho must have skipped himself tolled nlopg soma way maybe but not making nny ro Blslanco Now Is there anybody that you know who has enough Influence over him for that How about the ladys maidIant ouimlnded decent woman Out ot thoIquestion This Miss Smith your mints com panion who Is she Do you know A South Carolinian good family the has lived with my aunt as secre tary and companion for a year my aunt Is very fond of her That nil you know Well I have found out n little more she used to live with n Mrs Jones S Hastings n rich Washington woman Tho ladys only son fell In love with her some how tho marriage was broken oft What was his nnmo Lawrence They called him Larry Ho went to Manila Maybe youve met him thorn Yes I knew him I dont believe ho over was accepted by her I dont know I have only had two days on her biography Later she went to Johns Hopkins hospital Ono of tho doctors was very attentive to herhut It did not como to anything She didnt graduate Dont know why Then she went to live with Miss An gout Nelson who died and loft her money away from her own family There was talk of breaking tho will but It wasnt done Then she came to MA Winter The colonel was silent there was nothing discreditable In these details Ho had known before that Janet Smith was poor that she bad been thrown ion the world early that she must earn her own livelihood yet somehow as DIrdsall marshaled the facts there j was nn Insidious malarious hint ol tho adventuress bandied from place to place hawking her attractions about wheedling charming for hire entrapping imbecile young cubsLarr1IHastings wasnt more 22 some how ho felt a revolt against tho picIlure and against tho man Itand confound Mllllcent Tho detective changed tho manner r of his questions a little I supposeiyour aunt Is pretty advanced yearsIthough she Is ni well preserved lady as I have over met tend aa shrewd Say wouldnt she bo likely to leave tho boy a lot of money- I II dare say Tho colonel was con scious of nu Intemperate Impulse to kick ulrdsall who had been such a useful follow In tho Philippines If anything was to happen to him who would got tho money Well Mrs Melville and I are next of kin returned tho colonel dryly Do you suspect us I did look up Mrs Melville an Bwercd tho unabashed detective but I guess shes straight goods all right Dut say how about Miss Smith laughedDlrdsalltoo much mention of ladles names to suit my Virginian taste But If you goIngmoney I cin tell you you aro way off Your Imagination is too active for your profession You ought to hire out to tho yellow journals TO DE CONTINUED CropOmelal fa productlon crop will reach 00300000 hectoliters which Is nn Increase of IS per cent over tho production of last year The value of that crop at tho minimum price of 21 francs 35 centimes the bee tollter amounts to more than 2000 000000 francs and this abundanc will result In increased unorU I IHJ rnTI ftuJ J1 IWHEtiE PEATJ LIE THREEDEEP 0 0 oS 11l MMPORTAtfr EKttT Jft SHETLAND MLAtfDS J i M1Under tho moro genial cllmuto of a bygono period It Is believed that na I t tlvo woods existed In the Orkney and Irif Shetland Islands Evidence or this Is lJ1IIhown by tho presence of tree trunks and1ftho sea In places which at earlier times must havo been dry land Howe over no natlvo trees exist at tho pres r eat tlmo with tho exception of some i dwarf birches and mountain ash in l Kgenous to a few sheltered valleys In 11I0y These aro apparently only remnants of a larger growth tr showing a chango brought about by altered climatic conditions and prob ably for the samo reason tho native otj+ are It Is true a tow plantations which havo risen from young trees but they havo only attained n restricted size owing to constant exposure to tho 4 i fierce gales which frequently swoops over the low bleaklsh hills In the t tabsence of trees thoro Is a compensa j tlon in the matter of fuel supply by tho extent of the peat bogs which are i offound In roost of the islands and to Einar son of Earl Rognvald who was J sent over from Norway to subdue a band of pirates Is duo the credit of t showing the Inhabitants how to make fuel from their apparently useless bogs From this circumstance ho gained the appellation of TorfElnar Before his arrival great privation must bavo existed by tho scarcity of fuel and probably scraps of wreckage sea weed or even dried cow manuro were used for burning Peat cutting or shearing commences In late spring usually after tho crops have been put In tho ground In most parts of the country the bogs are on lowlying ground but not In frequently they are on the summit of the bills and In tho valleys Tho day appointed for peat cutling marks an event of great Importance and a week or two beforehand thoI good wife has brewed a large browst of ale so as to have It In good condl tlon when the day arrives Dottles and Jars ore filled with the brown and usually potent liquor for It Is a dls grace for tho housowlfo to be told that I sho went too often to tbo well during the brewing or in other words dl luted the beverage too much Neigh 1borll assist each other at the peat co as to finish the work necca nary for the requirements of one house in a single day It poslblc An early breakfast Is partaken of and oat ban nocks sooan scones homemade J cheese ham and eggs etc heap tho table and a substantial meal fortifies tho body for a long day of toll After breakfast a start Is made for tho hill top some of tho party carrying a straw calzln of provisions others a basket of bottles containing milk or homobrewed with which to regale themselves later on while still others bring tho necessary Implements for cutting tho peaty A fiaying spade Is used for cutting away tho turf or fibrous covering of the moss along the edge of tho peatbanks In a strip about three feet wide Tho bank Is the edge of exposed moss left from tho k previous years cutting and may ex tend from fifty to several hundred feet In length and yields from one to four peats in depth Tho moss is of a brown color near tho surface but gets darker and denser below and the black peat is the harder and richer heat gtving properties The peat fJIn nearest the surface Is spongier and awny mvch more rapidly Cer i tain kjnds of moss produce peats which burn with a strong sulphurous Bmell and lea r a residue of red ashes t Tho spade used In cutting Is called a tuskar and consists of a narrow stool blado about a foot long bent at right angles to Itself forming a heel to gauge the width and thickness of tho peat This is pressed down In tho yielding moss to n iopth of 15 Inches or thereabouts by tbo foot of thet worker applied to a step fixed In tho handle Usually It Is the womens part to catch the wet peats as sliced out by tho tuskar and to arrange them edgewise in rows on tho top ot tho bank to dry Tho labor of peatcut ting Is very arduous especially to tho I womenIn Islands of Unst and roll In Shetland tho peat are mostly carried home on tho backs of ponies tho ledjI I The peats aro carried In malzles creels of open ropowork one BUB pcnded on each side of the pony from onI out Shetland women do most of tho peat cnrrying as well as tho agricul tural work In a community whero the men aro mainly engaged In fishing Tho peals are carried on tho back In straw or beataer calzlea and some j r times In sacks Tho distance tra versed Is often lor but tho tlmo Is well spent by the industrious Shetland women who ply th lr knitting needles on the march to and from tho peat moss Summer and winter alike they aro over on the trot and it Is sur prising to notice such a number of old women staggering under their burdens and winding their way over the desolate moors with feet elclosed in rlvllns of dried cowskln Some of tho moro aged carry hocks short crutches to enable them to raise themselves with their heavy pad after resting on the homeward jllrney A visit to one of tho more ancient houses will glvo ono an Idea of the slmplo life as practiced a generation ago but now undergoing a transition to more hygienic It less romantic dwellings In a house recently visited by the writer tho only outlet for the smoke was a bole or lum in tho roof un connected with the fireplace The hearth was in the center of tho floor instead of being built into the gable according to modern methods At the back of tho hearth was a fragment of masonry three feet or four feet high to support the peats and to rent the few cooking utensils on A wide linked chain dangled from a rafter above terminating in a crook to sup port the kettle or the dinner pot The fittings of tho room included an old fashioned box bed with sliding wooden doors a largo chest or glrnal con taming oatmeal a churn with a flag stone cover a small table two chairs a sautlo backet on tho wall a sieve and a sack of malt NOT A CASE FOR DISCIPLINE Put Yourself In Daddys Position and Then Decide Just What You Would Do Dr Alpha O Kynett of Philadelphia secretary of ho Board of Homo Mis sions and Church Extension of the Methodist Episcopal church Is the son and grandson of preachers As such ho Is for peace But ho has a four teenyearold son who aa tho doctor told tho story tho other day dearly loves a fight So frequently did ho come home from school bearing the marks of the conflict that his father said to him one day Now Gerald this fighting has to stop If anybody Insults you you may defend yourself but It you get into another fight with out a very good reason you will have to settle with me A tow days later Dr Kynett coming home ono day unexpectedly to lunch saw that Gerald had been fighting What have you been doing t he askedNothing said Gerald with a guilty lookYou have been fighting havent your Yes sir- Didnt I tell you that If I caught you fighting again you would have to settle with mot Yes sir Well now speak up What was this about tot John Jones said my father was a big rod faced lobster and I just sailed Into him before I thought I stopped my sermon right there says tho doctor In relating the story Missionaries 40 Years Among Creeks Moro than n century of service in tho missionary field among the In dians ot Oklahoma by one family was celebrated the other day when tho Robertson memorial chapol in Haskell was dedicated Many of those present wore fullblood Creek Indians among whom Rov W S Robertson preached and worked so long Tho two daugh ters ot the family Miss Alice Robert son postmaster In Muskogee and Mrs N B Mooro of Haskell were honored guests Forty years ago In an Indian cabin on what is now tho site of Haskelt Rev Mr Robertson preached tho first sermon over preached in this section of tho country Ho was at that time stationed at tho Creek mission of Tullehnssce Tho memorial chapter dedicated recently is a cut stone edi flee erected at a cost of 4000 It con talus seven memorial windows ono to each ot the members of the family Floating Island In the Androscoggin Ono of tho peculiar relics of the high water on the Androscoggln came nshoro on tho Lnwlston bank of the river above tho falls tho other day It was a regular floating Island which came drifting down and into shallow water It was of Quito ro spectable size and on it wore trees several ot them described as being six or eight Inches In diameter They wero probably part of an overhanging bank which the water undermined and when they broke loose wore hold to tether by the Intertwined rotsKenn- ebec Journal FIVE DIE 55 HURT IN STORMS TORNADOES HIT KANSAS MISSOURI AND OKLAHOMA Complete Reports May Increase Num ber of DeadTrain Plunges Into River Kansas City Mo A series of tornadoes in Kansas Missouri and Oklahoma Friday evening killed at least five Injured 05 devastated one town wrecked a train and did great damage to property Twentyfive were Injured by a storm that swept over Mount Washington and Fatrmount Park suburbs ot Kan sas City At least two of these aro thought to bo fatally injured and others seriously The town of Hollls Kan near Con cordla was swept away Here three were killed and ten seriously injured The dead aro Fred Jeardoe John Cyre and George Eckert The Eckstrom family consisting ot five persons Is raising Their house Is laid In ruins and It is thought they are dead Near Great Bend a tornado killed two and Injured 20 All wires are down In that vicinity and It Is feared that the death list may be greater William Ackerly a Santa Fo engineer was killed while working with a bridge gang between Great Bend and Kinsley Frank Nicholson a con ductor was also killed The tornado wrecked tbo work train of which Ack erly was engineer and blew It Into a ditchThe storm spread over a wide area however laid waste many farm houses and Injured many whoso names could not be obtained On account of a great portion of the damage done on farms Its full extent could not be learned Many conflicting reports have been received One had ten killed At Holslngton Kan a tornado In jured and greatly damaged farm property It was not so severe however aa that passing over other portions of the state Wabash passenger train No 9 ran through a bridge that had been weak ened by a flood Into Bull creek near Randolph The engine baggage and mall cars fell Into true water A teia phono message from Randolph said several trainmen were missing but that no bodies had been found TWENTY BLOWN TO ATOMS Half Ton of Dynamite Explodes In New York State with Fatal Results Albany N YTho explosion ol halt a ton of dynamite in the stone quarry of the Callannn Road Improvement Company at South Bethlehem near Albany Wednesday blew to atoms tho bodies of 20 workmen One thousand pounds of dynamite exploded and the bodies of tho vice tims were hurled hundreds of feet by the concussion and so badly mutilated as to be almost beyond recognition As darkness was falling a wagon drew up to the engine house loaded with bodies that had been picked up back on the quarry hill A crowd of griefstricken relatives gathered around eager to identify the dead only to turn away at the sickening sightItalians with shovels found here and there portions of bodies and brought their gruesome leads In boxes to the engine house which served as a temporary morgue JURY FINDS HAINS GUILTY Army Officer Convicted of Slaying An nls Verdict Is for First Degree Manslaughter Flushing L ICapL Peter C hams U S A charged with the murder ot William E AnnIs at the Baysldo Yacht club on tho afternoon of August 16 1908 Was found guilty ot manslaughter In tho first degree by tho jury In tho case Tuesday Tho jury had been out two hours and 45 minutes when tho members flied back Into tho courtroom crowded with spectators and rendered the verdict which was received by some in tho nature of a surprise Immediately after tho jury ren dered Its findings tho captain was re manded to tho custody of the sheriff until Monday when ho Is to be sen tenced by the court ARREST IOWA TEACHERS Des Moines School Maams Held to Answer Charge of Cruelty- to a Boy Des Moines InMiss Maud Ewing and Miss Ida May Tilden teachers In the Longfellow school here were ar rested Thursday charged with having beaten ntne year old David Kaplaln until he was black and blue At a trial before Police Judge Stow art behind closed doors the teachers pleaded not guilty The teachers accused the little boy of stealing a fivedollar bill from Miss Tlldon When ho denied tho charge he says they laid him over a chair and beat him with switches and pinched his cheeks and body- Sergeant Given Medal depnrtmentIa can oplcuous bravery in the Philippines Weaver on November 5 1899 alone routed a band of 15 Insurgents killing four and wounding several others Postmasters Son Drowns Lncon III George Sherburn the rlno year old son bf Assistant Post naster Marlon Sherburn was drowned ay falling off the pontoon bridge I Thursday BELIEVINGAND Smity School Lcoon for May 30 19 09 Specially Arranged for Tilts Paper LKSSON TEXTJamen 2H2S Memory verse 1- 6GOLDEN TEXT Faith without works ti deddJnmea 23TIME It Is not known when this epistle was written but probably between A D 40 and Wnot later than A D G2HaitlnE Bible Dictionary PLACEU was written at James home Jerusalem Suggestion and Practical Thought Three disciples named James are found in the New Testament 1 James the son of Zebedee sometimes called tho Great He was the brother of John was very close to Jesus at the crises of his life and was the first of the twelve to suffer martyrdom Acts 12 2 2 James the son of Alpnaeus one of the twelve apostles probably a broth er of Matthew who also is called a son of Alphaeus He Is usually indentlfled with James the Little or the Less and nothing Is known of his life 3 James the brother of our Lord tho author of the Epistle Luther mistakenly thinking that especially In the passage we are to study it opposed Pauls great doc trine of justification by faith once called It a letter of straw but after ward ho saw his error The tone of tho whole Epistle is practical earnest and stern in partsCanon Maclear D D Dr Deems called it thb Gospel of common sense and with the Sermon on the Mount the most valu able textbook on morals in possession of the world Roswell D Hitchcock LL Donce said that the application of the Epistle of James In tho region of economy is that which alone can save our civilization and it is re ported of the third earl of Dalcarras that ho was accustomed to express himself as delighted with the Epistle of James as tho production of a gen tleman Deems Tho structure of the Epistle Is altogether Informal and unsystematic Plumptre It Is one of the seven Catholic Epistles so called because written to the whole church to correct common faults and give the comfort and inspiration needed by all In those times of trial James has been speaking of those that take credit to themselves for hearing the law and observing the out ward forms of religion white at the same time they bow down before tho rich and scorn the poor In this pas sage ho goes on to Insist that all such religion Is empty amcro profession of faith without the deeds that prove It Faith as Paul dcflnlcs It worketh by love Gal C C Faith as Luther said Is a lively busy active thing so that It is Impossible for It not to be ceaselessly working good It does not ask If good works are to be done but before It asks it has done them and Is ever doing Such faith does save a man But throughout Jamess discussion the name faith is taken In a broad and general sense covering any degree of acceptance of Christian truth Prof Johnstone James was writ ing to tho Jews of the dispersion Jas 1 1 Men dwelling as those Jews dwelt in the midst of a heathen population were tempted to trust for their salvation to their descent from Abraham compare Matt 3 9 and to their maintaining the unity of the Godhead as against the polytheism and Idolatry of the nations They repeated their creed known from its first Hebrew word as the Shema Hear 0 Israel the Lord our God is ono Lord Deut G 4 It entered Into the morning and evening services of the synagogue It was uttered by the dying as a passport to tho gates of paradise It was to this that they re ferred the words of Habakkuk that the just should live by faith Hab 2 4Cambrldgo Bible Such faith which was merely out ward and formal religion did some good It preserved Its subject from tho defilements of heathenism but in tholr place It established a pride and exclusiveness that were almost as bad Paul distrusted It as much as James and would have joined In the question What doth It profit V 2C James closes the discussion with a forcible slmlloiAs the body without literally apart from the spirit is dead so faith without apart from works is dead also Of our own human wisdom we had been rather Inclined to say that works were llkcst to the body and faith to the breath or animation thereotElll cott But tho apostles view seems rather to bo this Faith is the body tho sun Mil substance of the Christian life works obedience the move ing and quickening of that body just as tho spirit is the moving and quickening principle of the natural body Dean Alford James does not enter into the Question which must come first faith or works It is perfectly plain that ho considers both to bo necessary see also v 24 So does Paul There Is no contradiction between the two only a difference of emphasisRobertsons Illustration is the light ning and tho thunder Effective light ning not harmless heat lightning is always accompanied by thunders as faith is always accompanied by works It Is tho lightning and not tho thunder that strikes tho tree but never the thunderless lightning So It is faith that justifies but never the workless faithArchbishop Whntolys famous Illus tration of n boat pulled by two oars faith and works and going in a circle when one alone Is used is detective because It Implies that faith or works can exist alone I 11855 Berea College 1908 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all- Over w 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 Ilk himself where he can make most rapid progress I Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least adranced Same Iecturetl library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught in the right way Drawing Singing Dible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free text booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions an 4 compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches Tho most practical and interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course so that a young roD i may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady In Home Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Eves a part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra tee3I j ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Geetman Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific nnd Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modem methods TheI-highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4 year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a firstclass certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches note sary for State certificate MUSIC Singhfg free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra in connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College Is not a moneymaking Institution All the money r cclvod from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than he pays In This great deficit Is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic pcopl who aro supporting Boron in order that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness i OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protest t the character and reputation of tho young people Our students come from mlTbeAll except those with parents In Bcrca live in College buildings and assist in work of boarding hail farm and shops receiving valuable train lag and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except in winter It is expected that all will havo a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Some who need to earn moro may by writing o the Secretary before coming secure extra employment to as to earn from 60 cents tae one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Bcrca favors plain clothing Our climate Is the beet but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraf Cooperaotlveother 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 coffee or extras 135 a week la the fall and 160 in winter For room furnished fuel lights wash lag of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring 60 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 the 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 free gift Tho Incidental Foe for most students is 500 a term 400 In lower Model Schools GOO in coursee irltk Latin and 700 In Collegiate courses PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent fay the term board by tho halt term Installments ere oa follows WINTER12 weeks 2900ln ono payment 82850 Installment plan first day 2100 including 100 deposit middle CIo term 900- SPRING10 weeks 2250ln one payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1676 Including 100 deposit middle of term 07- 5SpnING4 weeks term tor those who must leave for farm work 5940SPRING7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers as ami nations 1645 Winter and Spring terms together one payment 4900 REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before the end ot term receive back for money advanced as follows On board In full except that no allowance fa made for any fraction ei a week I On room or on any special expenses no allowance for any unezt plred fraction of a month and in any case a forfeiture of fifty cents On Incidental Feo when one loan es before tho middle of the term a certificate Is given allowing a student to apply onehalt tho fee for term bID when he returns provided it is within four terms IT PAYS TO STAY When you have made your Journey and are well started In school It pays to stay as long as possible The first day of Winter term Is January C 1909 The first day of Spring term Is March 26th 1909 For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLEBEREA r That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the men and boys who see it The mountain people Ilk a good thing when they see it and to get a 75 cent knife with two blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the mound tain people than any other dollar paper in the world The Knife and The Citizen for 125 That brings in subscriptions all the time If you hate not got it roc jught to have c ITHE FARM I CARE OF YOUNG CHICKENS fly F o CLARK Of the many industries on tho farm none is so common as the raising of poultry Because of the fact that so many people fall while only a few are really successful some general rules will be useful 1 Chicks should not be fed until they are from 21 to 36 hours old 2 For the first week hardboiled eggs chopped fine shell and all mix ed with three times as much bread crumbs is a good feed Cold corn bread Is good It may be fed dry or slightly wet In milk 3 For the average feeder wet feeds are not successful 4 When the chickens are about a week old cracked grain should be fed Millet seed corn wheat and oat meal are good and better when mix ed It Is well to sift the cracked grain through a sieve so as to remove both the meal and the large pieces 5 Chickens should be fed a little at a time and often They should have three meals of soft feed and two of hard until they are two weeks 1iold While from two to four weeks age they should be fed three meals of hard feed and two of soft When they reach the age ot six weeks three meals a day are suf ficient C Some kind of green feed must be supplied to all chickens If they can not get lawn grass vegetables may be substituted lettuce leaves and onion tops are good 7 Better results are obtained when some animal feed Is used When vie stop feeding hardboiled eggs milk or beef scraps should be fed MRS CRANE HERE Continued from JFlrst Pagt KEEP UP THE RUBBISH The gutters on each side of many of the streets are very badly neg lected They seem to be choked or the fall drainage Is Insufficient but worse than that they seem to be the favorite place for depositing aU sorts of paper and rubbish of every kind and description and this makes the streets exceedingly unsightly It we Just cultivate a little more sell consciousness you will see that It Is any thing but suitable or desirable that objects which you do not want on your premises should be deposited In front of your house You must learn to think that the front of your street Is an extension of your home and should be kept in decency and In order Impeding the drainage in such a way breeds mosquitoes and other pests and Is quite unnecessary It wont cost you anything at all to re train from throwing rubbish in gut t+ tors and In the streets I found one man who has built a home hero re cently with everything so nice about his home I told him I would appoint him as the man to make the special effort on his street If you had some attractive cans for placing this rubbish and paper In along a few of the streets people would very soon be educated past I throwing things haphazard about In ur city we have songs about o keeping the city clean and which the school children sing One is to the tune of Marching through Georgia Hurrah Hurrah I Our city clean and free Hurrah Hurrahl Beautiful as it can be Thats the work for boys and girls Just like you and me Love serve and guard our own dear cityThey say these girls and boys see the cans upon the street and not only throw their own waste In them but oven pick up the paper and put it in the cans Another one goes like this There was a man In our town etc And when ho saw that paper there With all his might and main He Jumped into the street again And picked It up again He put that paper In the can As every man should do sir He went and Joined the Civic League And was that man you sir if you will Just put up some of these waste paper cans and stencil them upon the school grounds as well I will furnish you the type and song and you can have them put in your paper and redistributed BAC YARDS Now with regard to the back yardf I am always telling the people It they will tend to their back yards the front yards will take care of them selves In our city we have order con tests These are not for the whole premises but for the back yards This is because we know if people tend to their back yards we do not need to say anything about their front yards- I am so glad Berea College has thi splendid water supply which they have brought with such difficulty from the mountains Some of you are depending upon the wells and cisterns 3t 1w a+ ra w wasewr of r s r Skim milk Is better than whole milk 8 Grit is an absolute necessity Oyster shells or ground bone are good 9 Clean fresh cool water should be within reach of chickens at all times If they become real thirsty and then fill up on water bad results follow 10 Chickens should be induced lo exercise as activity is essential for good health and growth It is good to put grain in litter so that they must ocrach fur It 11 All feeding should be done at regular times and all dishes should be clean 12 Insects such as lice and mites must not be allowed to remain They can be kept off only by keep Ing the mother hen free from them The place to fight these Insects is la the henhouse Drive the hens out and close up the building tight and burn 2 pounds of sulphur all Insects will be killed Open the win dows for a time and allow the chic kens to enter one at a time dust Ing each well with Insect pbwder A mixture of lard and sulphur can be uced Repeat this operation twice and no Insects will remain This should be done before hatching time so that the little chicks will not be bothered Insect powders help the little chickens though the other me I thod is far bettor Dusting does not kill the eggs ot Insects and I should be repealed after one week I found a very good public well In one ot the coal yards and everything was all right there but I found an other well which they said was not used to speak of that it might be used by farmers coming in from the country but I want to show you how dangerous that well Is to you The top should be covered and the pump taken away You cannot trust that only stock will drink from it W found another well like that on your school grounds While it is there and Is always likely to be used by someone who doesnt know the danger This also should be put out ot use PUBLIC SCHOOL GROUNDS With regard to your school grounds very little attention has been paid them The buildings are not what they might bo are not in a good state of repair but gener ally neglected There are some fine trees but I do not believe you planted them but you are fortunate to have them The lack of proper toilet facilities for the children Is deplorable I have never seen more flllhy out houses than can be found at both the white and colored schools The parents should be moro faithful and should visit the schools oftener I trust that this state of affairs will be Immediately remedied I have never seen a greater need in such a matter than is to be found hero In Berea You want to realize now that you have a great chance to do things right So many cities are formed when the community is small and they do not consider the future They do not plan for anything more than for the present You have here an opportunity to start things right and we expect to see you do so Have your board of health made up of your physicians You have a good lot of physicians here You want to avail yourselves of the ser vices of these mon who are export physicians and sanitarians upon the mutters that pertain to your health and you cannot afford to do otherwise I trust tUat when tho new city gov ernment if formed you will have the Board of Health made up of your physicians with the mayor cxoffl clo Resources to the doctor should be the last rather than the first step We do not usually think about our health until we are sick and we ex pect the doctors to cure us RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT Borea Ky May 13 09 Whereas The Grand Master of the Universe has seen fit to call from the labors of this life to the celestial Joys of the world beyond our well be loved brother Frank Parker and Whereas our order has sustained a Irreparable loss and his family a kind and loving husband and father now be It resolved That the committee for Berea Lodge No 282 I 0 0 F express our deepest sympathy to his wlfo and children In this their hour of bereavement that a copy of these resolutions be sent to the Lodge ot which he was a member and a copy be sent to the family of th deceased brother D H Gabbard I H C Comb James H Kirby Y e1RC Z 9 At + THE THRONE OF GRACE I II BfREVACDIXONDD Pastor of the Chic we An Moody1 I Church Chicago s- m TextSeelng then that we have a great high priest that If passed Into the heavens Jesus the Son of God let ua hold fast to our profession For we have not an high priest which cannot be touched with the feeling of our Inflrml ties but was In all points tempted like as we are yet without sin Let us there fore come boldly unto the throne of trace that we may obtain mercy and find grace to help In time of needtfe hra 1115 This Scripture brings us Into the thronoroom of grace In which are the crown Jewels which wo may not only view but possess They aro seven In number and each one of us may have them all Access to Gods PowerA means power Back of It stand the arm and navy tho wealth and prestige of the realm tho life of every patriotic citizen and all the al lIances with friendly powers The throne of grace means that God Is now ruling In tho power of his love and we have access to that power Righteous ness Justice holiness all combine In Christ to support the claim of grace Steadfastness of Confession Let us hold fast our confession Tho lamp was lighted but under a bushel The flag was in camp but not in the breeze Wo may be doing business but the sign over the door has fallen down and we have neg lected to replace It The tree was alive but without leaves Through the living Christ we hold fast our confes ston In the picture Christ or Diana you see the beautiful young woman to whom friends are appealing and begging her to offer incense to the heathen goddess but you can see from the firm yet peaceful expression of her faco that the living Christ is with her making It possible for her to hold fast her confession Sympathy with Weakness Jesus is touched with a feeling of our Infirmities and his grace enables us to be touched with a feeling of each others Infirmities Note the difference between infirmity and sin Infirmity- Is the weakness of a good thing like weak faith weak love weak hope II weak body Sin Is always an evil not to sympathize with but to destroy Sinless Temptation Christ was tempted in all points at we are yet without sin He died that we might live and he conquered that we might conquer It evil assails me I turn to Christ not to help me In the battle but to fight II for me Ancient wars were decided by duels as In the case of David and Goliath So all mj battles are to be duels between my enemies and Christ Not only Satat but every enemy of my soul Is a con quered foe- Courage Toward God Let us come boldly more literally with liberty of speech When we lose our liberty of speech to men w have lost our testimony When Wf lose our liberty of speech toward God our prayer life has declined We need great boldness toward God In asking all he has promised Whatsoever ye desire when ye pray believe that y receive It and ye shall have It II ye shall ask anything In my name J will do it that the Father may be glo rifled In the Son Do you desire health or wealth that you may with II glorify God Ask It My God shall supply all your need according to hit riches in glory by Christ Jesus Willingness to Receive MercyIThat we may obtain mercy Aj learned man who had received honorary titles wrote after his own name S SIwhich ho said meant Sinner saved Wo ore qulto ready to receive honors but the proud heart shrinks from the confession of tin which receiving moroy implies Only a sinner savotf by grace Is all there Is of ChrlsUac experience but It is the foundation oi which everything elso is built Seasonable Supply That we may find grace to help Ic the time of need The literal transla lion is That we may find grace unc seasonable help Wo need grace not only enough but at the right tlmo and administered In The right way Ir walking with God wo need graco foi one little step at a time Tho bod needs only ono breath at a time Foi food we need only ono meal at a time For living we need Just one heart beat at a time The living Christ seer to It that we havo all the grace WE need at the time we need It and ad ministered In the way we need It Our Christian Duty Christianity Is an annunciation proclamation of Gods thought and graco and promises to a needy world The message which one man by bit peculiar gifts or his greater amount 01 education or spiritual Illumination it fitted to deliver to his fellow men maybe extraordinarily full and richas In the case of an Isaiah a Daniel i Luke a John or a Paulbut the humblest Christian believer Is not without some power of religious expression and Impression and should constant ly be about his Masters business which Is to bring God near Jiy some telling Impression to a lost and sin sick world Any kind of an unrepentant 8lnnei is a lost one r I Her Bank Account m RS ARLINO didnt know much about business but she never admired her husband more than when ho was writing her a check It seemed such a pleasant way to pay a debtI wish I could write some she said one day wist fully She had always felt very impor tant when Arllng asked her to sign a coal receipt or any other mysterious documentYou have a bank account my dear If you want one said Arllng holding her chin up to look Into her eyes Perhaps it will help you to keep your accounts straight It is easy to know what you pay out In that way Ill open an account for you In Mr Coles bank near home But I wont know what to do un less you show me Mr Cole knows you Just tell him what you want and hell fix It up for youSo the bank account came Into ex istenceWell how does the bank account got asked Arllng of his wlfo a fow weeks after It doesnt go at all she lamented I called Saturday afternoon and Of course the bank was closed- I tried again yesterday Another legal holiday An election daySo wile you were away I borrowed some money from Mrs Smyth and Mrs Rose and Im all mixed up Just write them some checks- I did and the checks were re turned Hero they are Why you forgot to sign them Did I Ill go to the bank tomor row aud fix things If it Isnt some holiday or other The next afternoon Mrs Arllng went Into the bank Banker Cole looked surprisedWhy Mrs Arllng rhe began You look as If I didnt have any money hero protested she It Isnt that flanking hours are from nine to three Well Im sure Its after nine And after three also Oi It cant be Ive Just got through lunch That ought to be conclusive but It Isnt Its ton minutes alter bank InghoursSurely you are mistaken for I had only a simple lunch and my husband II I Want to Write the Checks wasnt there It didnt take mo long to fix chipped beef and an omelet Never mind They were Just about to lock the door but If youll hurry Ill wall on you I want some money Let me see I owe Mrs Smyth for three yards of laco at 26 conla or was It 2G8 cents a yard I Just hate fractions dont you And I owe Mrs Rose she paid for a C 0 D package from Mar tins Make out a check and Ill give you the money But I want to wrlto the checks to them Its easier to keep the accounts so my husband says Better mako oul a check to your self and draw money for both What right havo I to pay myself for their money I dont think that would be honest Im sure they wouldnt consider It paid Ill let them walt and just got tho money that I want myself Let mo see A pair of shoesthats five dollarsand some crochet cotton What will that cost do you think Cant toll Still mayba Why doesnt Mrs Cole crochet Ill show her my lovely new stitch Sorry I cant walt Mrs Arllng Just coma In the morning Im going to close the bank Of course Mr Cole If you dont wish to give me my own money My husband told me I could get It any time Still I suppose the Interest on it does amount to something to you I shall transfer my account to a larger bank These small banks are closed most of the time anyway Goodday Chicago Dally News GOOD HEALTH Dr Cowley tells how to get and keep- It A series of articles each one of which may be worth the price of a doctors bill or coffin Especially prepared for The Citizen SECOND SHOT AT DISEASE TYPHOID FEVER OUR OWN FAULT Continued from lut week Directions for care of typhoid fever patients to avoid spreading the disease 3 Soiled bed or body linen should remain In the chloride of lime solu tion for an hour and may then bo safely put In the family wash Soil ed paper or clothes used about the patient should be Immediately burned Attendants should wash the hands frequently and tho lips and rinse the mouth before eating No one should partake of any food which has stood in the sick room All of these precautions should be continued un til the recovery Is complete and un til all diarrhea has ceased 4 Typhoid fever Is not contagious In the sense commonly under stood and If the precautions above Indicated are faithfully and Intelli gently carried out a case may be treated in any family or community with perfect safety If others have the disease It will be because they were Infected from the same source aa the patient or contracted It else where The same precautions should bo observed In dysentery and all other diarrheal diseases Including summer complaint In children In tuberculosis or consumption and all contagious diseases C All well water and unfiltered water from rivers draining Inhabited areas where typhoid fever and diarrhea diseases are likely V occur any time and milk stored in cans or vessels washed in such wa ter should be looked upon as suspi claus and should always be boiled before It is drunk by any one not Immune from typhoid fever In the absence of a reliable filtered pub lie water supply carefully collected and properly stored cistern water is safest C The windows and doors of all dwelling houses and especially of the kitchen and diningroom should be well screened and the Ilea act ually kept out Unless this Is done a carelessly managed case of typhoid fever or other diarrhea disease even a mile or more away may lw a source of danger on account of riles As mosquitoes are known to be carri ers of malaria the same precautions will protect from this poison also The universal and effectual prime ties of these precautions would require Intelligent care nUll some ex pease but would result In the prao tical disappearance of one of our most common and fatal domestic pesllloncn which is not only a disgrace to our civilization but an annual scourge and tax upon tho people of Kentucky In comparison with which yellow lever and cholera plagues and other dis eases so feared by our people sink Into insignificance IN WASHINGTON Continued fratn I+ Irst page i for that nuller until the latter restless spirit treads the Jordan It has come out this week that resident Taft Is In favor ot having a larger standing army At present we have about 70000 mon In the regular service ready for war at any time It- Is proposed by the General Staff at the War College to ratio the num bar to 136000 This will mean 41 largo increase in expense of course but the Government seems to think that there are dark clouds on tho horIzon and that it will pay us to be ready for trouble Another interesting development this week Is tho fact that the Inter state Commerce Commission has aolu ally put a man onto tho Job of making- a physical evaluation of a Texas railroad which has gotten Into difficulty with tho Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association Tho expert employed Mr Thompson was appraiser for the state ot Texas In the taxation- of i railroads by that state and appears to know his The grand businessIthe United recently and adorns the East side ot It Tho huge I columns are what Is known as mono- lIths or single stones and are among the largest In the country so that the building presents an Impressive appearance The work of putting them In place was almost completed last fall but Mr Cortolyou discovered that one ot tho big stones had a flaw In it and tho replacement of that single column has cost six months time and several thousand dollars BEREA SECOND Continued from Ilrat Page two men twelve from each school competed Ot the 108 points State won 49 1 THE MARKET Iarea Prices 5 Apples cooking 45c pk eating GOx t Cabbage new Cc per lb Potatoes Irish per bu = 140 t I Seed potatoesEarly rose 106011 BurbankJLCO 1 Early Ohio LOtEggs per dozen IGc Butter per lb 25c Bucon per lb 13c t Ham per lb 15c 1 Lard per lb lie Pure 13o Chickens on foot per ib lie Hens on foot per lb lie Feathers per lb 350 I1arJJ4 por tonfOats por bu 65c Corn per bu SCc Wheat per bu fl60 Ties No 1 L N 8it7x9y45c culls 20c = IILive Stock A f Louisville May 18 1909 + 1 CATTLE Shipping steers B 00 635 Beet steers and fat heifers 3 CO GSG Cows 3 GO 5 25 Cutters 2 25 3 CO Cannors 1 002 25 Dulls 2 25 4 25 Feeders 3 CO 600 Stockers 2 25 450 Choice milch cows 35 00 4 500 Common to fair 15 0035 00hI tCALVES Best G CO JMedium 4 00 00 Common 2 CO 4 00 HOGS 1G5 Ibs and up 7 0t 130 to ICO Ibs GSor r Pigs G GO25Roughs up to 625i I i SHEEP Best lambsA8CO Small lambs 6CO down Fat sheep up to CCO MESS PORK 13 CO HAMS Cholw sugar cured light- and fspecial cure 13c and 1314c h iyyrI to medium 13Uc itBREAKFAST BACON 17c SIDES 12cB- ELLIES lie SHOULDERS 9Hc DRIED DEAF 12c LARD Pure tierces llftcjtub 12c j pure leaf tierces 12tfc firkins 13e j tubs 13c- EGOSCase I count ISVic BUTTER Packing lGcElgln creamery 60 Ib tubs 27c prints 28c POULTRY Hens 13c roosters CJ4c i springers 1C3C duakttle turkeys 1112C geese Cc WHEAT No 2 red 1144 No3 1142 OATS New No3 whltq Glc 03mixed GSC CORNNo 3 white SOjNo 3mIx ed 79- cRYFNo 2 Northern 95a Berea 27 Central 15 Transylvania 7 Kentucky Wesleyan 7 Georgetown 3 The 440 yard run was won by Whlto of State Time 56 seconds Second Threlkeld of State Third Thomson of Berca Tho 120yard hurdle was won tft Long of Central tlmo 1C 26 seconds Utley of State was second Drifting of Berea third Tho polo vault was won by Combs of Kentucky Wosleyan 9 feet 8 12 Inohos Shanklln of State and Hop kins tied for second place The shot put was won If Baker of State with 36 feet 9 Inches Caswoll of Georgetown made 33 fret S 12 Inehos Cookrell of Kentucky Wesleyan was third Tim 100yard dash was won by Lampo of Bsreo time 10 IG ac Thomsoa of Dorea was eeeond and Mathers of State third LyThrolkeld8 12 seconds Garcia of Boroa wag second and Moody of Transylvania fnlversliy third Tho 210yard dash was won by White of State Unto 23 35 Lampe ot Barea was second and Larimer of Kentucky Wesloyan third The ode mile run was won by Oar vin of State tltno 4 minutes 55 so coeds Garcia of Berea was second i and Collins of State third The running broad Jump was wonA by Long of Central who made 19 foot G inches McGcovcr of Transylvania w was second and Harper of Central tthird c The hammer throw was won by Ha7 ker of State In 103 feet Webb ofState was second and Christian of Central thirdrTime running high jump was won by AlIen of Boron Moqro of Tram ylvanln being second and of State thirdtTire relay race was won by Stato her team being Malhers 5 Watkins and Lewis Time 3 minutes y 46 35 seconds Tho following men entered the1 meet for Borea i Garcia Lampo Tuthill Allen Stile well Thornton Boggs Drifting Dolctu Thomson capt Barton MgrJ Few Rubber Worn lif Mexico Until very recently rubbers as articles of footwear wore unknown In Mexico because the prices asked were toliuydiem NeeeO 0 00 400GGeGoGGoooeo 0U 0 0 r I i Berea and Vicinity I 0 0 GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCESeI cooIe 4O 000000 10801100008 I 1 DR BEST DENTIST t CITY IllONK IBS f OFFICE OVER POST OFFICEtwp ttj L N TIME TADLE C SOUTH DOUNDLocalk Cincinnati 645 a m 825 p m BEREA 1114 a m 1226 p m NORTH BOUND Knoxvllle 630 a m 1100 p m DEREA 129 p m 400 a m Cincinnati 610 p m 765 a m Cincinnati 630 a m 825 p m DEREA 1112 a m 1225 p m Knoxvlllo 700 p m C60 a m EXPRESS TRAINS Slop to let oft or take on passengers from beyond Cincinnati SOUTH BOUND Cincinnati 815 a mv 6DEREA 1202 p m t NORTH BOUND BEIIEA 436pm Cincinnati 835 p m DRINK WAINSCOTTS ROXA t- 3KOLA Dr Best attended a dental conven tlon at Loutsvlllo this week MINI Sarah Ely who has been nurs o ing lu Richmond for a few weeks came homo last Friday Miss Kate Coddington Is ill at tho home of her brother Bert Codding ton on Center street r Miss Ethel Denham of Williams burg vlilteJ Mrs Geo Dick Monday and Tuesday The following members of the 0 j A R attended tho State encampment at Covington this week P J folly Lewis Sandlin Jas M Gabbard BrowningiB Ramsey Warren Bcnge Alec MooreFOR SALE Small Soda Fountain in good condition Apply to J J Grcenloif Assignee Richmond Ky Jesse Roger from Richmond was visiting friends hero over Sunday Mr Edgar Brockman of Big 11111 was in town for a short time Monday We sell all kinds of feed coal ice cedar and locust posts and best quality sawed shingles at lowest prices on the market Phone 169 Holiday Co Railroad St Bcrca Ky- Mlw Pearl Adams of Richmond line been the guest of her cousins Mssc Mary and Grace Adams a part of this week Alliii VVdella Fox of Narrow Gap cited friends here a day or two tha gist of the week FOR SALEAll kinds of potted plants See Mrs J C Armstrong FOR SALE Hens with cblcke chicks So apiece and hen 400 Phone 1273 or call on John Moore Red Blngham returned to Borea lost Friday after a few weeks stay in Cincinnati Mr and Mrs Jamoa Coylo of Dig Hill were the guests of Mr and Mrs W D Logtdon Tuesday of this week Arok Brandenburg is bore again visiting fricnda and school mates of former days d Mr and Mrs U M Burgoas had as their guest last week Mr Adkin r ison of near Louisa Ky 4 Mrs C F Manson and Miss Etta Moore loft Wednesday for Covlngton r Ky in the interest of the Womtns montp t Arthur Turner who has been fly ing at the Presidents house was call ed homo to Irvine Tuesday by the end i of his father D- rlTurnerPo Mr Arch Bradshaw was In Louis ville a couple of days the later part of last week on business FOR SALEA good 74 acre farm elf 3 miles from Boron on tho Wallace ton pike good house and barn and a fine orchard 30 acres of meadow Ellha BIcknell Paint Lick Ky BOYS GIRLS CAN YOU SPELL i01111 aID To the Wrnretrlrn Iltm1 w rmoameI In U I WWIUUSIJ COASTER FCO lon nll14 br4ltilIttbtanu a Y Il M7 emde 11 CJN a HT It ritwtrrlbil utYrri- emd BL I ItII TIfual W wIIvrr lr sill 1If ttTltand lit PYfYntY ltdGmid tf P SCOTT Richmond St Berea Ky I William Farmer of McKee moved on Tuesday into the property on Boone street formerly occupied by Albert Powell and will live here in future He is a well known salesman for Early and Daniel tho flour millers of Covington and wo aro glad to welcome him to our town Mrs Mattie Glllen Ford aged 22 years died at her home in McLaln 111 with congestion of tho brain and heart failure Over 300 people at tended her funeral there She was brought to Berea her old home for burial Thursday She was a student In Borea College several years age and was greatly loved by her tea chers and classmates She leaves a husband father and mother and two sisters besides a host of friends to mourn her death MKEE COMMENCEMENT Profs Ralno and Robertson went last week to McKeo to attend the commencement exercises ot the Mc Kee Academy of which tho Rev Isaac Messier Is PrlucipUThey enjoyed a most pleasandtripand were greatly pleased with saw of the work of the Academy The graduates and the exercises they gave at tho commencement were as followsDeclamation Tho Pride of Battery B Bertha B Reynolds Declamation Independence Hall Stanley Engle Essay Abraham Lincoln Hugh CollierDeclamation Our Countrys Flag Archie Reynolds Declamation Monas Waters Stella Sparks Letter to the Editor Oreenhall May 9 1909 Editor of Tho Citizen Dear Sir- Teachers are now beginning to in quire after schools to teach this fall and will soon make applications for tho schools they wish to teach Every trustee should do his best to get a good teacher you can do this It you try Dont be too hasty to promise Remember there are more than a few teachers and tho best does not come always first There is plenty of time yet for you to learn something about the teacher whom you might hire In qulro after their past teaching If they have ever taught and after their character eta We need good moral religious men and women to teach our schools such that you are antis fled to trust your children with How many young men and women are going thru this world uneducated on account of not being in school at tho proper time and under the right kind of teachers I have heard some par onts say 0 well It does not matter about tho kind ot teacher It a boy or girl will try they can learn Well maybe they can but I have my ideas about this and about a man or woman l who would make such an asses Lion fJmrSuppose there wiid asyourworking at this mill and the odg nrg- ave up his Job to another man tiw quick would you make inquiry xis to whether he know tow to run the mill Some will say this la a dif Cerent thing a man that is not a good engineer Is liable to let tho boiler go dry tho mill blow up and kill avory one near Yes and to put a young boy or girl under a teacher that Is not up to his Job is liable toI dwtroy their future life I know some boys who are today reckless characters and I am satisfied In my mind why they aro so and I want to say It was not because their par ents did not send them to school No for they were sent but what did they learn when they got there Fathom tad mothers wake upl Become in crested talk to your trustee and urge him to do bin best to get a good teacher this fall and do not stop at that but when too school begins visit the school encourage tho teacher and lielp to make tho school a success I Respectfully yours J D Pierson t I Bargains for Everybody NEW GOODS 600 pairs mens shoes selling atIl0 to 350 worth 150 to 450 600 pairs ladies shoesu90 cts to 200 worth 125 to 250 700 pairs childrens shoes25 cts to 150 worth 35c to 200 40 boys suits atol19to 200 worth 150 to 300 f v 100 mens suitSworthSOO to 1700 selling at 300 to 1300 2 lbs extra coffee25cents 2 pkgs soda5cents Ladies and Childrens Hats Lowest in Town Bacon lard and all good things to eat Flour and mea v always at bottom prices r i R J Engle Phone No 60 BEREA KY Is selling more goods than ever before tall and get above bargains cAOsoto00SiU0 I College Items 0a 0- i HERE AND THERE o a- a110 0 GOoNeeeo0000e0000001 Secretary Gamble has returned from a pleasant trip to Jackson Brcathlt County where he attended the Com mencement of Leo Collegiate Insti tute and visited a number of former Berea students At the commencement exercises of Knoxville College which are held this week there will graduate two or three of the former colored Btu dents of Berea who have been put thru school there with part of the funds which were given to tho color ed race Miss Anna Smith left last Saturday for her homo in Ohio Gen and Mrs LeVant Dodgo are in Covington and Cincinnati this week attending tho annual state encampment of the G A R of which Gen Dodgo Is Commander The local field day will be hold on Thursday ot next week Dont miss it for It will be an interesting ono as we all want to know whether tho boys that went to Lexington were tho best wo have or no Miss Laura Creech will leave town Friday to go to Seattle where she will have part charge of the home spun exhibit at tho great Exposi tion She will bo followed in a couple of weeks by Mrs Hays Miss Creechs address will be University StationMiss Myrna Walker has returned from a weeks visit to her homo at Newport Ky Miss Josephine Robinson left Wed nesday for Knoxville Tenn to at tend a convention held there this weekTho young men and women of the College Department and tho College teachers enjoyed very greatly a lawn party Monday evening at the the home of Prof and Mrs Robert sot on Chestnut Avo All of the usual lawn games were played tho string music by a number of the boys was especially delightful and with tho vocal colon o Miss Ambrose and readings by Prof Ralne tho evening was considered by all ono of the most enjoyable of the year Delici ous fruit punch was served by the hostess and several of her lady friends H H Fellmy 08 is In Duluth Mln nesota studying the boys work of the Y M C A MODEL SCHOOL EXHIBITION The Model School Exhibition given Tuesday evening in the College Chapel was one of the best ever given here and to one of the largest i audiences the building being almost entirely filled Each selection showed good training and was handled with ability and skill Prof Edwards Dean of the Department and his teachers deserve much praIse for their efforts The exercise and drill entitled Kentucky was especially good and was received with great applause by the audience PLEA FOR GOOD ROADS Louisville Ky May 1 Dear Sir Tho BosworthWyatt Good Road Amendment to the Constitution ot Ky which passed the last Ky Legislature by Its almost unanimous vote nod vvhlcji Is to be voted on atthe rest Not ember General Election of 1911 Jiy the voters of Kentucky is as fliows to vlt The credit ot the Commonwealth may be given pledged or loaned to any county of tho Commonwealth for public road purposes and any county may be permitted to incur an Indebtedness in any amount fixed by the county not in excess of 5 per centum 3f the value of tho taxable property therein for public road purposes in said county provided said additional Indebtedness Is submitted to the voters of the county for their ratifica tion or rejection at a special election held for said purpose in such manner as may be provided by law and when any such Indebtedness is incurred by any County It may levy in addition to the tax rate allowed under Section 157 of tho Constitution of Kentucky an amount not exceeding twenty cent on the hundred dollars of the assessed valuation ot said county for tho pur poso of paying the interest on said indebtedness and providing a sinking fund for the payment of said indebted nose t My YOWlS Ster99 writes Mrs Mary Hudson of Eastman Miss tool 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 CARD U It Will Help YouJoN Last spring Mrs Hudson continues I was in a rack of pain The doctor did no good so Ibegan to take Cardui The first doso helped me Now I am yearsEverydui to cure irregularity falling feelings headache backache and similar female troubles Cardui is safe reliable scientific Try Cardui AT ALL DRUG STORES I l I Section 177 of the Constitution of Kentucky forever prohibits the Stat from lending its aid to or In any whelping the counties In road building or taking any part whatever in behalf ot the cause of Good Roads Section 168 ot our Stato Constitution limits the power of any county to become Indebted more than two percent of the assessed valuation thus making it impossible tor tha greater number of our counties to raise suffl cleat funds to do any road building at all Section 157 of our State Constltu tion provides that a county cannot levy exceeding fifty cents on each One Hundred Dollars of taxable pro perty therein for any purpose what aver thus making It Impossible for many of the counties to provide suf ficient means to create a sinking fund and pay the interest on the debt created to build roads As a consequence oC these limitations and restrictions of the powers of the counties and also of tb Commonwealth of Kentucky good road building in Kentucky has bees a thing of the past since the adoption of our present Constitution This Constitutional Amendment will remove these restrictions which area barrier to the passage of such a system of Road Laws by our LegIsla- ture as will enable our counties and our State and perhaps our Federa Government to join hands la this Important work of building and maintain- Ing a system ot improved highways in all parts of Kentucky the accomp lishment of which would do so much for the advancement progress and development oft Kentucky and would mean more than all else for the com tort convenience and Improved con dition of all our people If this Con stitutional Amendment receives a majority of the votes at that election lit will then be possible for Kentucky to pass such a system of Good Road Laws as are in effect in the States of New York New Jersey Connecticut Michigan Massachusetts Califor ama and Pennsylvania and In fact every other State where progress and advancement is being made in build ing and maintaining good roads while our own Kentucky Is at a standstill- If you are in favor of good roads vote and work for the BosworthWyatt Good Road Constitutional Amendment and lend a helping hand in making It possible for every county in our State to have the very best improved high ways Yours very truly Joe F Bosworth President Ky Good Roads Association BRADLEY CALLED DOWN Washington May 12 Senator Beve ridge of Indiana In a speech in tho Senate Tuesday took exceptions to Senator Bradleys attitude and submitted tho following remarks Mr President I was impressed wit the statement of the Senator from Kentucky Mr Bradley Ho said that tho Senate Committee having Investigated this matter had much better Judgement upon It than any of the rest of us and that therefore It was our duty to accept Immediately what tho committee had reported That ot course would make the Senate the Instrument of the com- mIttee Instead of the committee be- Ing the Instrument of tho Senate I think there is no more strenuous advocate on the floor than I of the general rule of following committee reports In ordinary legislation because we annot ourselves examine every bill But a tariff bill Is the great business measure of 90000000 people When It is passed it ought to stand lor at least ten years and It becomes the duty of every Senator to Inquire Into it and to place his vote according to his judgments If the Senator from Kentucky who Is voicing a sentiment which is being simulated In the Senate Is correct It becomes the duty of every Senator here to vote immediately for a rcsolu lon which will pass the bill to the louse with Instructions to our conferees to stand by tho provision of the Senate It reverses the whole theory of legislation Instead of a committee being the icrvant oC the Senate the Senate becomes the servant of the committee The fluor spar schedule of the tarlft bill was passed over Tuesday at Senator Bradloys request He will offer an amendment Increasing the duty to 150 a ton in the House bill to 2 a ton NOTICE Our registered Jersey Bull will make the season of 1909 at the farm ot Charles White half mile from Be rea at 1 Money duo when service Is rendered with privilege to return Charles White W J Tatum We want your woolatthe highest market price on Depot street A L Gott Co CORRESPONDENCEContinued iampshlre to visit at this placeMr urrette Azbill was in this neighborhood a few days agoMr James TLambs baby died with spinal trouble burled at Red Lick Harrison Alexander died a few days ago burled at Red Lick Age 60 yearsM J Car rier and family have returned from a visit with his brother Steve Car rllerA large crowd was at Narrow Gap Sunday May 16 Dinner was served on the ground Some excell cellent speeches were madePray- er meeting at Pilot Knob school house next Thursday night led by M J Carrier Subject JesusA mass meet Ing will be held at Mallory SpringsIIn June Exact date will be given later All bring lunch basketsMrs Willie Settle and Lucy Hayes were at Dr Cowleys Sunday ESTILL COUNTY STATION CAM Station Camp May 17Lewls Lakes made a business trip to Jackson Co SaturdayA party of people from Madison Co are spending a few days tenting and fishing near Wagersvllle Mrs Jeff Wagers and Mrs Shop Watford are sick Charles Hlslo pass ed thru here on his way home from Owsley Co where he bought one hundred and twelve head of sheep Turner Kelly and the Rev L H Reynolds were the guests of Mrs Armllda Moores Sunday night The Rov L H Reynolds delivered two Interesting sermons Sunday at Sta tion CampMrs Louis Marcum Is having pretty good success fishing this spring Mrs David Abner was burled Sunday in the McGeorge cemetery She had stomach trouble Mrs Joe Barker of Jinks has been sick but Is improving at this writing Mr Wade Wilson and family were sick with the grip but are out again Undo Henry Reeves is slckDr M P Scott 1s still in poor health 80aC N 7ANt- elu maggule forr ererybd L dt- deddhomlgximce ud hoto prtCAND t- piewpbe00 the paper a ae Sampson Iul Co- S pawn St poaoo Mu Phntearaph IntereW ehaly AMaIC AN- YIIOTOa11AIY lqhHI- LIictIM pWum month II PHOTOyetoed AmetlcanPhdtogn by 6 Itawn Sb polio tue ItI gGolden youtitanReference any Bank In Louisville Write for weekly price list and hip ping tags We bags tree M SABEL SONS CBTAVUtHKD IN lese 229 E Market SI LOUISVILLE KY REVOLVING staox4HEAVYWAIT IOR PRICES I DE KALBILU KANSAS CITY MO 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 to get the genuineI r BtLobACCar DRAUGHT Liver Medicine The reputation of this old reliable medicine for constipation in digestion 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 gale than all others combined SOLD IN TOWN Pt Union Lock Poultry Fenceeon do mad Tbat wmiabI Mesa IS- mar1N to pulls rd abase ud g rdu ned e- Ib gmNrt IS nuigWMt Iorw cc sane IV1IIOK V The Citizen felly wspiper for all that Is right lrasand InUrostlnf I ribllahed TTT Thursday at Btrea Kjr BEREA PUBLISHING CO lDeoporatedlIStanley Frost Editor Manage Subscription Raton fAYABUJ IN ADVANCE Oa Tear fi Six Month at Three Mouth SI Send money by Poatolnee or naptr Moat Drift KtUered Letter or ODe rid Iwt- t Mat alampa Tin date attar rout aame en label ahowa ti what datt your auMcrlpllon to paid If It Ian Chanced wllhli three wetka alto reovw Mtlf jr Ui- MlMinr numbera will be ladly aupplled If vi re otloed Fine premiums cheap with new intncrlDtlom and prompt renewal Send for Premium Llit Liberal trrna f1 eo lo any who obtain ew uab for ua Any one aendlnt Ma too rtarly aubacrlptlona can reclereThe Cltisa fret Ir blmaelf tor one year Advcrtlalnc ram on application I MIMUR ter- t KRNTOCKY hHESS AMSOCIATION The annual per capita consumption of sugar in the United States is 8236 pounds Sorvla about500000 soldiers but It will not have them long If it Is not careful It Is hard to suggest an Improvement In spring weather when it ii doing Its best We may be exporting quite a little neverIbad so much left One of the volcanoes in Salvador is active but nobody accuses it of try- Ing to start a revolution It will not be so very difficult for this nation to sit around until 1915 waiting for the conrpletion of the Pan ama canal r If Prince George of Servia Is really guilty of murder why should ho be permitted to take his punishment In travel 7 The viceroy of India escapes death at the hands of anarchists by thel warning of an anonymous letter One whereij Two monkeys in Washington are tot be educated as highly as possible by 1appointed tutors and then killed in or aderthat their brains may be exam 4 ined In tho interests of science It- t will look like murder confelgo women among whom is an Amer1 lean to be among their speakers Is this desUned to go down in history u I the womanp century What a woman can do with her hat pin in the way of offensive and defensive attack is matter of contempora ineous history Now comes a story burglarvItalk of the defenseless sex newidiscoverles exI those reports of a few years ago of the full and successful development of Edisons cheap and emclent storage battery The new woman in China Instead of following the example of her English againsttheagainst her relations in law One of the womens cluUs In Shanghai pro 1 claims as its object Rebellion against r mothers Inlawz Mothreatens tellhimnial intentions Preposterous A minuteaheer SIll Wii fan out again or how No hisbeatThe committee for the reorganiza proFt lawmakers by the vote of the people may have its defects but the worst of all pulls Is the pull which is born with one and which no amount of ex I posure incapacity or corruption can weakentThe announcement that the w York New Haven Hartford rail road will spend 130000000 to electri fy its lines in and about New York means another victory for electricity I over steam In urban traffic this means progress and a desire to re move all objections that can be made against smoke from locomotives In limits The cost Is great but tho 1resulta attained aro greatly to bo de tsiredpreacherIProtestant England live on separated Islands In Boston Irishman Jostled Englishman and Catholic crowded Protestant Contact destroyed preju dice Each saw that the other was human and seeking the divine The open palm has taken tho place of the clenched fist both are citizens ot- a common republic Ignorance is the parent of prejudice knowledge of the truth trees L ja i MM r r imm f e F BARES TURKS PLOT AMERICAN MISSIONARY SAYS AB DULS GOVERNMENT PLANNED THE ADANA MASSACRE RAPS AMERICAN TARDINESS Declares United States Subjects Had to Depend on British Consul for AldFortyfive Mutiny Leaders Arrested at Salonika Boston That tho recent massacre at Adana Asiatic Turkey was deliberately planned by the Turkish government under Abdul Hamid Is the belief expressed In a letter to the American Board of Foreign Missions from Rev Stephen Van R TrowbridgeI one of the missionaries In where many were killed The letter from Trowbridge dated April 23 and sent by way of Constan tinople has Just reached the American board and it gives some particulars of the recent massacres not hitherto made known In this country Briefly describing the funeral of American Missionaries Maurcr and Rogers who were killed the disorders Mr Trowbrldge writesIThe burial took place on Friday evening the 16th of April With the city in terrible disorder and scores of conflagrations raging It was Im possible to take the bodies out to the cemetery The graves were dug side by side at the edge of the girls school yard and services were con ducted by Mr Macallum and Mr Trow bridge afr Trowbrldge criticises the Ameri can government In the following para graph of his letter All regret the tardiness of the American government in meeting the crisis A week and three days have passed and yet not a word from the embassy Were It not for the untiring efforts of the British consul MaJ DoughtyWylle whose right arm is broken from a bullet we could neither send letters nor telegrams Erzeroum Asiatic Turkey Forty five leaders of the mutiny here have been arrested on orders issued by Field Harshal Ibraham Pasha com mander of the Fourth army corps There is great uneasiness among the population of this city on account of the threatening attitude of the gar rison which has refused to accept 52 officers belonging to the Young Turk party DJelal Pasha has gone to Con stantinople to retort oat the situation Alexandretta Asiatic TurkeyThe United States revenue cutter Tahoma arrived at this port Thursday for the protection of American interests The Tahoma is the first American ship to appear in Turkish waters since the beginning of the massacres and dis orders In Asiatic Turkey Cologne The Koelnlsche Zeitung published a dispatch from Salonlkl saying that the Young Turk officers at Erzeroun Asiatic Turkey have sent a telegram to tho local officers of the committee of union and progress declaring that their soldiers are refusing fbcdlence and demanding thorestora tlon of the Sherlat and at the same time threatening a general massacre The message begs Schefket Pasha to send representatives to quiet the troops an0the people and concludes with the statement that the Young Turk officers do not dare to show themselves abroad Marash Asiatic Turkey Distress ing accounts continue to be received here from the country side of Armenian villages assailed by bands of Mohammedans who acting on the supposition that tho Armenians were rising against the government were quick to strike the first blow The men were killed whenever found with in reach of knife or bullet The girls were often maltreated and some of them were carried off to become the wives or slaves of rich men Houses were sacked and then burned farm animals were driven off and small parties of horsemen rode through the country cleaning up the Armenians The entire population of Bechkeny 2000 souls moved to the Zeltoon region for safety Children See Three Drown Plttsburg PaTo save five cents bridge toll five foreigners who bad been out of work for many months attempted to cross the Monongahela river at McKeesport a suburb in a small boat which sank as they got Into midstream drowning three ol men Five hundred schoolchildren enjoying their first days diversion in a new playground saw them drown Ten bodies had been recovered when the search was abandoned at dark Wednesday night for the victims of Tuesday nights ferryboat accident New Minister from Spain Madrid It Is announced that Marquis de Vlllalobar first secretary of the Spanish embassy at London will succeed Don Ramon PJna the Spanish minister at Washington Senor Plna goes to the foreign office as under secretary of stat in place of the Marquis de Iiorrera who has been appointed ambassador at Vienna Regains Riches Pays Old Debt Sterling III Fiftyfive years age H J Cobey borrowed money of the county Later ho became bankrupt and the debt was canceled Ho became wealthy again and now has paid the debt with 55 years interest Cowboys Injury Is Fatal New YorkIIarry Hccde a Wyom ing cowboy with Buffalo Bills show died from Injuries sustained during the performance of last Monday night Becdos great toe was severely bruised by being stepped on by a horse o I HOUSECLEANING HITS AMERICAN BEEF TRUST ENGLISH REPORT POINTS OUT DANGER OF MONOPOLY Armours Swifts Morris and Hammond Companies Are Named Testimony Is Doubted London Tho departmental committee appointed in July of 1908 to Inquire Into the alleged combinations In the meat trade in the United KIng- dom devotes a large portion of Its report to the American beef trust and its representatives In London The committee concludes that while a combination exists to a certain ox tent between four companies In the United States engaged in the United Kingdom it Is not at present sum ciently powerful seriously to endanger the beef trade as a whole But should these firms as seems possible acquire considerable interest in the Argentine situation with regard to the meat supply of the United Kingdom might become serious With such command the report says of practically the whole Im ported live cattle and chilled and frozen beef trade tho firms composing such combination might bo able to de termine beef prices at Smithfield market Itself and largely affect prices throughout the country According to the report the repre sentatives of the American companies in London all told the committee that trey knew nothing of the conditions prevalent In tho United States and commenting on these statements the committee says j The committee reluctantly Is com pelled to express grave doubt as to the reality of this uniform ignorance and Its assumption naturally has tended to throw doubt upon the other statements made by the representatives ot these firms It is almost Incredible that Ar mour Co Swift Co Morris COp and the Hammond Beef Company the lastnamed representing tho National Packing Company should be In com bination in the United States and n competition In the United Kingdom The committee failed to find evi dance of any deliberate action on the part of the Americans with the object of destroying Inconvenient rivals and It does not think that they have yet- attempted to capture or control the whole beef trade in this country as alleged At the same time It is antis fled that the firms mentioned consult together with regard to prices and the amount of the supplies to be on the market and they fix the prices at which chilled beef shall be sold In the provinces and furthermore that pro vlnclal salesmen are practically bound to sell at the price dally dictated by the Americans TAFT REBUKES GOVERNOR Stubbs of Kansas Feels Presidential WrathMan He Had Appointed Will Not Get Job- WashingtonPresident Taft ad ministered a severe rebuke to Gov Stubbs of Kansas and at the same time served warning to politicians that ho did not purpose to be used to promote the causes of contending po Utica factions The president at the same time an nounced the withdrawal ol the appointment of Robert Stone of Topeka to be assistant attorney In the department of justice Stubbs Is making a hot fight for the senate against Senator Curtis When Stubbs got back to Kansas tau announced that the president had appointed Stone as a persona favor to him and that Senator Curtis Mr An thony and other members of the Kan sas delegation did not cut much figure at Washington Police Silence Emma Goldman New Haven ConnEmma Gold man who was to have delivered a lecture here was prevented from carry Ing out her purpose by the police Ac companied by Dr Hell man she was admitted to the hall where the meet Ing was to leave been held but the police allowed no one else to enter Make War on Cigarettes Madison WisTho senior class ot the University of Wisconsin has decided that hereafter freshmen shall not smoke cigarettes 1 BLOODHOUNDS ON TRAIL Charles Caldwell In Jail Following His Attentions to Elizabeth town Ind Girl Columbus IndCharles W Cald well a lawyer who sought to oust Philander C Knox secretary of state from President Tafts cabinet Is In custody hero awaiting Investigation of a serious charge Caldwell was found in his office after bloodhounds and armed men had sought him at Ellzabethtown Caldwell Is married and he Is accused by A M Remy of Ellzabethtown of making secret visits to his ICycarold daughter Belah Remy Ho pleaded not guilty to both charges and his bond was fixed at 300 Ho was unable to give bond and was taken back to jail The Remy girl was closely ques tloned by Sheriff Cox and others She admitted being In love with Caldwell and told a straight story ot Caldwclls attentions She said ho sent her clandestine notes and gifts and had visited her since last March She was firm In her denial however of any wrongdoing and said that he was just so good to her she could not help lov ing him She showed a diamond ring several pieces of Jewelry books music and other gifts mado to her by Caldwell HAIR RAT SAVES TWO I Mother and Baby Escape Death In Auto Accident When Padding I Acts as Duffer Jackson MlchA large rat In her hair saved the life of Mrs Richard Frost in an automobile accident Thursday her physicians say Mrs Frost and her baby were both thrown from tho machine when It collided with a telephone pole and Mrs Frost struck on her head with such force that hair pins were driven Into her scalpAt the hospital the surgeons who attended her said the rat saved her head being crushed The baby was injured about the head and it Is feared both mother and child were also In ternally injured Richard Frost the husband and father was driving the automobile when the accident happened LEAVES PRISON AT 71 James Saunders Pardoned by Iowa Governor Set Free Has Saved 1800 Pension Money Fort Madison la James R Saunders alias William D Glyndon was released from the penitentiary by par don of the governor Thursday after serving 31 years for the alleged mur der bf a 14 year old girl in Qrundy countySaunders served a longer term than any other man ever sent to the prison and Is now halo and hearty at 71 years Ho was a sharpshooter In an Ohio regiment in the civil war and was granted a soldiers pension since his Incarceration during which time he saved 1800 He came of a prominent eastern Ohio family and has all these years hidden his family name Long Race with Death New York Racing with death which the physicians have as sured him Is inevitable Alexis Lau dent is attempting with a broken back to make the trip from Birming ham Ala to Moscow Russia Ills parents reside In Russia and It Is due to an overweening desire to see thorn that ho has undertaken the remarkable journey Laudent was Injured In an accident in nu Alabama mine several weeks ago Ho will rest In a Jersey City hospital there and will then sail for home Musicians Elect Officers Minneapolis Mlnn7 no American Federation of Musician held Its an nual election of officer Friday and de cided to hold Its next annual conven tion at Cincinnati Joseph N Webber of Cincinnati Is president Daker Thrown In Dough New YorkMax Alhclm n baker of cast Now York who did not close his bakery when the bakers recently went out on strike was dragged front his bed by strike sympathizers and thrown I Intt n vat of dough I 1t BRIEF STATE NEWS Items of Special Interest to Our Readers GLEANED FROM MANY SOURCES Frankfort Physicians Meet to Devise Means to Put a Stop to Criminal Op erations and Adopt Resolutions Urg Ing State Board of Health to Act Frankfort KyThat GOO criminal operations have been performed In this city during tho past live years Is the belief of Dr J W Hill former super Intendent of the Institute for Feeble Minded who made the statement after a meeting of tho physicians hero to devise means of putting a stop to this criminal practice in this city Strong resolutions wero adopted urging the state board of health to take Immcdl ate action and calling upon tho county officials and the citizens at largo to take steps to lessen the crime Thirty one physicians signed a pledge to go before the grand Jury and tell nil they know Mayor flume stated that he would call a mass meeting of the citi zens to urge tho grand jury to Investi gate a number of suspicious cases 50 PER CENT ADVANCE Kentucky Wool Growers Union Die posen of Fool Consisting of About 500000 Pounds Louisville KyAt an advance In price of 50 per cent over that pall last year directors of the Kentucky Wool Growers Union a branch organ ization of the American Society of Equity disposed of Its entire pool to tho Huntington Produce and Feed Co of Huntington W Va Tho conference between growers and purchas oflrcrlngor admitted that the figure Ret the record fur prices paid for wool In this stale Tho pool contains about 000000 pounds C U Stuart president of the purchasing company conducted the negotiations By the terms of contrart dates for delivery and grading of tho pool wore fixed The first consign mont will be received ft Beaver Dam Ky May 20 Following the successful consummation of the deal plans were made by the officials to pledge a 1909 pool of wool which It is expected will amount to several millions of pounds 1000000 INCREASE Convention of Baptists Considering In creasing Endowment of toulsvllles Baptist Seminary Ixulsvllle lyTo raise more than their share of 1400000000 for the evangelization of all the heathens and to increase the endowment of the Southern Baptist Theological Semi nary at Louisville 1000000 are some of the projects before the convention of the Baptists of the south whose bi ennial convention was begun hero with a banquet Col Thomas D Osborne prominent both In the memories of the confederacy and In general philan thropic work was toastmaster Tho convention will be adjourned at 4 oclock Saturday that tho delegates may bo permitted to attend the unveil- Ing of a monument over the grave of Rev Dr T T Eaton long a trustee of the seminary and editor of tho Western Recorder On Sunday a devotional service In the sign languago will beheld for all the deaf mutes of the city EDITOR WATTERSON Declares He Will Not Support Dem X ocrats If Senator McNutt Is Renominated WatteraenIisville renomlnated Stato Senator H S McNutt ho would not support the democratic ticket It will be recalled that Senator McNutt along with Senator Albert Charlton of Louisville the lato Representative Chris Mueller of this city and Representative E W Llllard of Boyle county voted for W 0 Bradley for United States senator as against J C W Bcckham the dem SOrl1atordefection of tho four democrats Joint assembly Louisville KyDound gagged and tortured for three hours by a burglar who finally beat her Into Insensibility when sho refused to reveal tho hldlu5 place ot G000 Mrs Mary Menz 75 Is at the point of death as tho result of her terrible experience Several posse of citizens have set out after the as taltant of the aged woman and he wlil bo summarily dealt with It cap lured Frankfort IyTho Cincinnati del cgatlon of retail grocers and other boosters of that city 300 strong ark rived hero on a special train to attend the third annual convention of Retail grocers of Kentucky snd the pure food show Louisvlllo KyCol E Pollc Jchn son of this city hits accepted an invitation to beomo the principal speaker at the annual celebration of the Robert E Leo Chapter Daughters of the Confederacy In Columbus 0Ion June 5 CAPITAL NOTES Tax CommissionWants SuggcMlontThe Kentucky stato tax commission Issued an address to tho people of the state seeking to arouse Interest In the work which It has mapped out to Per forni before tho next session of tho general assembly It wants rugges lions from those who have studied tax matters and makes formal announce ment that tho people of every city In tho state will bo given opportunity to present their views personally to members of tho commission Matt Have License Tho court of appeals affirmed the judgment of tho Fleming circuit court In the case of the United States Fidel Ity and Guarantee Co against tho com moiiwealth upholding the validity of tho provisions of Section 4224 of tto Kentucky statutes imposing a license tax and fixing a penalty for not secur ing license for Inquiring and reporting on the credit and standing of per sons engaged In business In this state Assessments Increased The state board of equalization mado final increase on tho assessment of the following counties Pike 5 per cent on all property Powell and Lotcner G per cent on lands and personalty Interesting Kentucky Itemsri A Hopkins vllle lyAs a result of tho destruction of tobacco plant beds In the New Salem neighborhood Crlt lenden county much excitement exists and it in retorted that serious trouble Is probable Lexington Ky Petitions calling upon Circuit Judge Watts Parker to mako the raco for reelection to that nnico next November on a fusion ticket nro In general circulation for signatures In Lexington and Fayntto county Lexington Ky Charles J Mulligan of Chicago has been selected by the Henry Clay statue commission to re place the headless figure of tho great commoner on tho monument In Lox Ington cemetery Bedford oollthls Btono will be used Lexington Ky President George- P Simmons of Madison Institute Richmond will at tho end of tho pros cat school term come to Lexington as the associate of President C Ii Hager man at the Campbell llagertnon col lego for young women Lexington Ky Uoren college is making another appeal for subscrip lone to Its adjustment rind Rev A K Thomson made the statement that 213000 Is still needed to make up the 100000 necessary to the establish ment of Lincoln Institute IxmtRvllIo Ky Lemon dealers In Louisville have saved the largest one In the entire consignment to hand to Uncle Sam when the Increase of U4 cents a pound duty goes Into effect Anticipating this Increase local dealers have ordered tremendous consignments Paducah yTho tobacco plant beds of Charley Wring Wee Grimes Guy Grimes Henry Grimes Jim Simp kips F Howard John Butler Dave Drown and A M Long In Crlttindcn county were scraped Blood hounds trailed tho depredators as far as Dy cusburg Louisville Ky District Forecaster IF J Walz has received word front Washington that he is to be in charge of the new topographical division of the United States for the collection of climatology data This district com irIses Western Pennsylvania Went Vlrvlnlo Ohio Indiana Eastern 1111 note Kentucky and Tennessee Lexington KyTho suit brought by the board of education to compel the city of Lexington to appropriate an in creased amount for school purposes In 1909 was dismissed In circuit court without prejudice The general coun ell added threo cents to the tax rate making It 173 which will give tho board of education what it needs Owcnsboro KyTho Iontuckytill State Council Knights of Columbus elected J T Donavan state deputy George A Burklcy state secretary James S Rodman stato treasurer Frank P ODonncll state advocator D C Robinson state warden and Rev J C Hayes state chaplain Lexing ton was chosen as the next meeting place Eminence KyA divorce decree en tered In favor of Charles A Caldwell against Jniic Parks Caldwell In tho Henry county circuit court terminated tho famou8 trial marriage and In tellectual affinity cnso that startled Now York and tho rest of the country last December No defense was of toned against the petition of tho bus band who Is one of the wealthiest men In Kentucky Lexington Ky Woodford Clays stable of racers Including Mnrcolliif Jolly Whistler Flyln Footsteps Oct an Hound Bright Star Makeshift Malden and Collnet left hero for Shcepsherd Hay in charge of Trainer Frencn lIrooks Louisville Ky Hanking circles 0 calved with much surprlto the in nouncomont that Peyton N ClarkIt of tlio bost known capitalists of Louis vtllo had resigned his position as vlt president of tine Southern National bank The resignation was accepted AFFAIR OF THE PANAMA HAT r1IIITELLSL youhowplied Capt Dickson when I recoiled his mention In a former reminiscence of tho ugly scar on the back of his neck qt happened when I was young In tho service and It was duo to my am bition and foolhardiness a combina tlon that Is dangerous In any ones yitem The adventure came near costing mo my lIfo I havo always connected that affair with a Panama liatA Panama hat got mo Into trouble and got mo out again In tbo end saving my life Tho Chlneso exclusion net has glv en n lot of trouble to tho government in one way and another but the con sequence I am most familiar with Is o tho smuggling of coolies Into this country through Mexico and Canada Coollo labor is cheap and It Is a profit able Job to slip a bevy of them across thofrontierThings to take a lively turn si soon as I reached ProiMlo my headquarters a village of mud huts and rambling shanties on tho Rio Ornndc I loft tho Southern Pacific at Nopal and rode many weary miles acres country Over the river In Mexico was tho dirty village of Pros dlo dol Norto It Is Impossible to imagine a more forsaken looking place The Rio Conchos a river of uncertain habits flowed Into tho Rio Grande here It was by means of this river that coolies were brought to Presidio del NorteI arrived In Presidio wearing a heavy Scotch hat It had been cool when I loft Washington and this was my first trip to tho Texas border I saw at onco that my hat was a back number Jarrall tho customs officer suggested that I got n Panama telling me that I could secure a smuggled ono at a reasonable prlco from a dealer In tb village He said ho knew they were smug Bled but that there was no remedy for it as the government didnt think it of sufficient Importance to put Its agents on the case and he was poW crless without them I took his nd vice and bought a Panama the largest and whitest and most conspicuous one Tho next after arrival vlllacelltocouldnt pick up some valuable Information I was wandering about star tag at the crudo hats and tho naked babies when I encountered an Amen can wearing a hat that was a dupll gain of my own only his showed marks of hard usage Hollo bo said when did you get In1 I was on tho point of telling him that ho had made a mistake but something prompted mo to play hIm along and see what ho was up to I merely replied Yesterday Where Is Mtinson ho queried looking ma over carefully Ho will bo hero later I replied at a ventureNow lets got down to business ho began All rIght I replied We have 300 coming down tonight ho said and 200 more In three days Tho boats are ready and Man uel Is In charge at Huataz so thcro Isnt a chance for anything to go wrong at that end of the line Ho paused a moment to mix an other highball which ho swallowed at a SJp You know whore to meet us tonight ho queried Tho Instructions havent boon too plain I replied Blanco that muttonheaded Indian no swore I might havo known that ho couldnt get anything straight Well I will have to tell you all over again You and Munson bo at the cot tonwood towhead two rolled above town at 1130 tonight to check up the cattlo and pay over the money Take the north trail from Presidio and turn to tho left at tho giant cactus You cant miss the way It Is about two miles Tho cattle path at tho cactus will lead you au to the landing at the towhead Androws and I will como over with tho first boat and we can check up as they land I suppose you have the papers ho concluded No Munson has them I ventured fooling sure that it Munson didnt have them I did not know where they were Well be sure than Munson brings them along he admonished This concluded the Interview and I lost no time In getting back across the river to tell Jarrall of my adven ture Ho was delighted at my luck At five minutes after ten 1 heard horses hoofs pounding the sand to the south I could almost havo shout ed for I was sure that It was Davis and his rangers It was only the mes senger whom we had dispatched In tim morning Ho was covered with gray dust and his throat was BO choked he couldnt speak lie literally fell from his horse before Jarralla door and we had to support him as he m m mmm staggered into tho room A few drinks put him on Ills feet and then ho told us that the rangers wore not at their headquarters but had gone In pursuit of a band of cattle thieves Well we can go after them our selves I said There will only be two against two and we will havo tho advantage by surprising them Jarrall looked at mo In blank sur prise You must be crazy man to sug gest sucU a thing I am not counted a coward but I wouldnt undertake tho Job without at least half a dozen good men at my back for all the gold in tho world It would mean certain loath for both of us No I am not a candidate for tho undertaker Just yet With that I buckled on my revolver and started for tho door I wouldnt do that old man Jar rail breathed a look of real concern displacing the amused expression that had so nettled mo My Ood man you dont know what you are doing lhavent lived on the border ten years for nothIng You will be killed I- cantI wont permit It I turned on him and snarled In his face You are not big enough to hold mo and you cant keep mo any other way unless you shoot mo and dont think you want to commit murder- I poured out a volume of vile abuse for which I was afterwards heartily ashamed I am going I concluded and with that sprang out of tho house and sot off at n run for the north trail Walt until I get my gun and I will go with you Jarrall shouted after me but I paid no attention to him It was halfpast ten and knew It would be a tight race to bo at tho appointed place on tlmo The messen gers horse was standing before the door I mounted It and set out at a rapid rate for the trail It was a wild rldd through the chaparral that night my heart beating time to tho pounding of the horses hoofs At tho giant cactus I hobbled tho pony and has tened on foot down the cattletrail towards the river As I came In sight of tho water shining white and silvery through tho bushes I could make out the bulk of boat approaching I gripped my revol ver nervously and waited for it to land Tho cottonwood trees cast heavy shadows whore I crouched and this gave me tho advantage of the smugglers for the moonlight was al most as brilliant aa sunlight Tho prow of the boat grated on tho beach and four men stepped out I had only counted on two In my hurried rIde I had planned out my course of action I had read somewhere of a soldier capturing a company of tho enemy singlehanded and I intended to follow his planAs four men advanced up the shelving bank I gave a tense command to an Imaginary posse hid back in tho shadows and with my revolver leveled coveringThis trick may have worked with soldiers but It certainly didnt go with border outlaws No sooner had I stepped from the shadows than the four men reached for their guns at tho same Instant dropping flat upon tho ground where they were almost InvisibleI hurried aim at the foremost man and pulled the trigger The hammer fell with a metallic click which rang sharp and distinct In the still air Then with a sickening sinking of tho heart I remembered that In my hasty departure I had tailed to load the revolver I was unarmed and at tho mercy of tho out lawsI Incidents bad happened with marvelous swiftness Instantly there was a flare of light a loud report and a bullet sang uncomfortably close to my ear It was tho first time I was ever under fire Thore was n second gash and my right arm dropped limply to my side I sprang for the shadows of the cottonwoods Just as tho third revolver cracked The bullet cut across the back of my neck and I fell unconscious When I came to myself I was In 0r- oori5PPEoivblmfmREIc5TYiIV ffJfLLEIJ- mElPlv ER I I I the bottom of a boat and the four men wero paddling with might and main I for the Mexican shore Hero was a pretty mess my rashness had dragged me into I realized that the men would show mo no mercy that death prob ably awaited me at the landing But I was mistaken in this They did not know that I had recovered conscIous- ness and I could hear what they said when they paused In their furious row- Ing to catch their breath They seemed highly oxcltod over my singlehanded attempt to capture them One of them a Mexican wanted to kill me at once but the American wouldnt hear to It Ho advised that I be revived and made to tell Just what I know This net with general approval and It was decided that I should be taken to tho house that I had visited that morning In company with the American They were go- Ing to hold mo a prisoner there until they had gained the Information they wanted and then they were going to make an end of me They stopped talking and resumed their paddling I was in the heavy shadows at the bottom of the boat ntul when I noticed that my big Pana ma hat was resting oh my chest an Idea camo to me I fished a pencil stub from a pocket and with my left hand scrawled a message to Jarrall on tho prim of the big hat It was a miserable effort and I feared It would bo unintelligible I told him of my capture that I was wounded and bo Ing taken to tho house with the broken column The men Jerked mo out of thl boat with small ceremony when wrenched the shore I moaned piteous ly and lay limp and Inert clutching the hat with my left hand the writ Ing underneath As they packed me up the bank I dropped the hat In the shadow of a bush After this I became unconscious from the pain of my wounds I came to In a small room with a single window up near tho ceiling It was heavily barred with Iron between which I could see a single star so I knew that It was still night I lay there for a long time It seemed half conscious and utterly resigned I was suffering too much and was too weak from loss of blood to care whether I lived or died In fact I think I preferred to die Tho smugglers had not dressed my wounds and I felt that I was slowly bleeding to death It was beyond my strength to make any ef fort to escape I had dozen off again I suppose when the report of shots awakened TOO A battle seemed to be In progress about the building but I was too weak to mere than raise myself upon my good elbow for a moment then I fell back panting and exhausted The rattle of firearms grew less dis tinct as If the shots were coming from a great distance and I slept agaInThe next I knew Jarrall was bend- Ing over me I was in bed and very weak It was the room where I had stopped In Presidio I felt that It was a hallucination of my feverish brainit was little that I did towards my recovery Jarrall did It all By force of his personality ho nursed me back to lifo and health and when I got strong enough to talk and tried to apologize to him and ask his forgive ness for my abominable conduct he would not permit it He was a man and a gentleman at all times One day ho told mo how he had come to rescue me Ho had followed after me when I ran from the house only stopping long enough to get his gun This dE- lay had allowed me to mount the horse and secure a good start lIe knew It was useless to follow on foot and ho had lost further time catching a pony and saddling it Before he managed to reach the giant cactus where I had hobbled my horse ho heard tho firing at the land Ing Ho had arrived at tho river in time to see tho boat landing at the farther shore As soon as tho bandits had left bo swam his horse across the stream and found my hat His pony struck It with a hoof and knocked it out into the moonlight Ho had picked It up tied found tho message upon the brim Appreciating that pursuit was useless ho had hastened back to Presidio to secure assistance lIe met Capt Davis and ten rangers on tho way They had returned to camp sooner than was expected and seeing Jar rails note hall pushed on to Presidio without rest The rangers then committed a breach of International law With Jarrall for guide they had Invaded Mexico and rescued me Copyright 1903 by W O Chapman Copyright In Great Britain SECURED SZ0000 TRAIN ROBBERS LOOT GREAT NORTHERN TRAIN NO 3 WESTBOUND A MOST THRILLING HOLDUP Bandits Detached Mall Car and Engirt and Rifled Former Then Hurled Them Back on Filled Coaches Twelve Persons Injured In Collision Spokane Wash May 17Six mask ed bandits secured over 20000 when they hold up and robbed Great North ern Train No3 westbound early Sun day morning between Mead and Col bert 14 miles east of Spokane Tho robbers detached the engine and mall car from the train and after running up the track a mile and a half during which they rifled the registered mall bags they disembarked reversed the engine which went tearing back toward tho stalled train and made their escape Twelve persons were seriously In jured by flying glass and splinters when the wild engine and car crashed into tho balance of the train That many were not killed was due to the action of Conductor C L Robertson who seeing tho Inevitable collision nod his trainmen place ties on the track in an endeavor to derail or less en the speed of tho runaway Tho en gine and mall car Mere partly stopped by tho tics but plunged into the stand- Ing train Posses with bloodhounds are scour- Ing the entire country but up to late Sunday night tho bandits have not been apprehended When the train left Colbert two men suddenly appeared in the cab and pointing revolvers at Engineer Will lam Miller and Fireman John Hall or dered them to do as commanded After tho train had progressed a few miles the engineer was ordered to stop and he and the fireman were forced to dls mount from the cab Two other robbers then ordered BenJ P Stumpf tho mall clerk to open his car Meanwhile the other bandits were uncoupling tho mall car and the locomotive from the rest of oho train When tho train stopped Conductor Robertson Jumped from the car but was driven back by the shots of the robbers Hastily climbing into the cab the robbers opened tho throttle and dash ed down tho track The conductor realizing that tho train was being held up ordered a brakeman to the rear of tho train to prevent a collision and bad another cut in the telegraph wire to send word to Spokane of tho affair Another of the train crow hurried to the station with the news About half an bour later the engine and mall car wero seen coming back down the trait and preparations wcro made to ditch them Reports seeping through to Spokane Sunday night from tho wild country surrounding tho scene of the holdup toil of tho covering of every possible route of escape by the city and county officials The robbery was one of tho most thrilling in this part of the west in years BOATS CAUGHT BY STORM And Three Lives Believed To Halt Been LostPart of Michigan Swept By Terrific Storm Detroit Mich May 17A terrific storm of wind rain and hall swept over this section of Michigan late Sat urday afternoon and night causing the loss of at least three lives and doing hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage to property Two ML Clements youths Carl Ey Icy and Charles Ullrich were out in Lake St ClaIr In a small gasoline launch when tho storm broke and nothing has since been heard of them George Brooks who lived In a little but on tho shore of Lake Huron near Port Huron and who was known as The Hermit Fisherman of Port Huron was seen out in the lake in a small sailboat Just before the storm there He Is believed to have perished At Fowlersvlllo the storm was of cyclonic proportions Dwellings wero demolished orchards uprooted and wheat Ilelds ruined by hall Several large grain elevators were also leveled A circus tent was lifted from its stakes at Eaton Rapids while the show was In progress almost causing n panic among the crowd Hall stones of large size also fell doing much damage Other Michigan towns In the cyclonic belt report much damage Jap Strikers Firm Honolulu May 17Wlth no prospect of receiving recognition from their employers tho 6000 Japanese plantation hands on strike in the Hawaiian islands have resolved to stand pat to the last They ask an increaso in wages from 18 to 2250 a month Warehouse Burned Portsmouth Va May 17Flro of mysterious origin accompanied by an explosion destroyed the general ware house of the Seaboard Air Line rail way at tho railroad terminal here early Sunday entailing a loss oi 125000 Noted Nebraskan Killed Lincoln Neb May 17 Christopher Schayland secretary of the state board of equalization was killed by an automobile Sunday night near the state capitol where it Is presumed he had Just left his office 1 0ruuuuuuuuu NEW LIQUOR LAW IN KANSAS Legislature Passes Law Prohibiting Drug Stores from Selling Liquor Even for Medicine For nearly 30 years Kansas has had a Kansas state prohibitory law which makes It a felony to manufacture and sell for beverage all intoxicating liquors except under certain provi sions granted to drug stores that take out permits to sell liquor for mechanl cal scientific and medicinal purposes This law In actual operation has been of enormous blessing to tho state and at the present time at least 100 out of the 105 counties enforco the law as other laws are enforced but at the time the law was passed the people thought liquor was neces nary as a medicine The plea for liquor as a medIcIne is a specious one It is not warranted by the needs of the case and the present legislature has Just passed a law taking out of the hands of drug stores the right to sell liquor even for medicine This is a very drastic measure and has sur- prIsed the most rabid temperance workers In tho state but as a matter of fact it is probably true that a majority of the people in Kansas havo reached the conclusion that liquor Is not needed even for medicine ThIs is due to tho educational process which Tins been going on all these years There are towns In Kansas of three four and five thousand peo piEr wljcro no liquor Tins been handled at nit not even by drug stores and when people are sick they use some thing else besides alcohol Hundreds of the best physicians InKansas never prescribe liquor It Is a good thingtfor the state as a whole to have this new law passed It will put an end to an old delusion that a man must drink a little to keep weir or tako a prescription liquor when ho Is sick There seems to be no place logically left for alcohol except as a fuel or In the mechanical and scientific world Abraham Lincoln and Temperance- An early speech of Abraham Lin coins does not appear to have been quoted quite as often as some others One wonders whys Dr Charles F Aked quotes In Appletons some words he spoke once In tho proper Fourth of July vein Of our political revolutions of 1776 he said we are all Justly proud It has given us a degree of political freedom far exceeding that of any other of tho nations of the earth In it the world has found a solution of tho longmooted problem as to the capability of tho man to govern himself In It was the germ which has vegetated and still Is to grow and expand Into the universal liberty of man kind This is large and lofty enough for the best of us The work of the fathers of the republic promised noth- Ing loss than the universal liberty ol mankind And after saying this Lin cola proceeded Turn now to the temperance revolu tion In it wo shall find a stronger bond age broken a greater tyrant deposed Inltmore of wantsupplledmoro disease healed more sorrow assuaged By It no orphans starving no widows weep ing By it none wounded in feeling nono injured in Interest Even the drammaker and dramseller will have glided into other occupations so grade ally as never to have felt the shock of change and will stand ready to Join all others In the universal song oi gladness A British Justice on Drunkenness- At a social meeting of the CommIt- tee of the Royal Courts of Justice and Legal Temperance society held In London recently Mr Justice Walton who presided said the society had a long record of good work and Included among its members total abstainers and those who wore not abstainers but who wero Impressed by the terrl blo consequences of intemperance Hit experience as recorder of WIgan and Judge of tho high courts since 1901 led him to the conclusion that more than 99 per cent of tho trials fog crimes of violence had their origin in Intemperance He would not say thai professional criminals such as bur glass were addicted to drunkenness but it was his experience that crimes of violence ending often In frightful tragedies and a death sentence could usually bo traced to excessive drink Ing Habitual offenders also who were constantly sent to prison for small pllferlngs were in a large number ol cases victims to a craving for drink they could not resist Ho heartily com mended tho work of tho society In raising tho standard of public opinion In regard to drinking and ho was glad to say there had been an improvement spreading through all ranks of life Frances Campaign Against Absinthe Following the lead of Belgium and Switzerland which kayo abolished the sale of absinthe Franco is taking steps to prohibit the sale of this pol son which Is held responsible for most of the horrible crimes which bring dis grace on the country Two bills have been Introduced Into tho chamber of deputies one raising the prlco to a figuro impossible for the great mass of tho population and the other providing for its total prohibition The use of absinthe Is probably more com mon in Franco than In any other coun try of the world and the bad effect which follow Its extended use have I aroused the more thoughtful men and women of the republic to a determined campaign against it e aacaaetlpasestaioatatiolr o OtPI 0- ii East Kentucky Correspondence i i I Io News You Get Nowhere Else a O flo oorrtipondenct pubUitted amen eteae4 U ton by the writer The 111Mo J- liIt not for pibUcattai bet al u ntdlllcc ol good falta Write plainly 0 j 0ooooooooo 080000oooo00001 Berea College Fair tor Firesid t Industries I WUl be held Wednesday June 9 Oi the Collego Commencement Day In t Room 4 Lincoln Hall Read the list of premiums and prepare to make an exhibit It yoi should not take a premium you will ahow your skill and may have an opI portunity to soil something TAKE NOTICE Entries may bo made at any time i from noon to 4 p m on Tuesday June 8 or from 7 to 10 a m Wed t nesday Juno 9 1909 All goods entered for premiums must have been made since last Com mencement Day Juno 3 1908 and must be the product of the person t to whom the premium 13 paid Fort instance the premium will be paid to the WEAVER OF A COVERLID and no to the person owing it or the ma terial from which it was mcde No premium will be given two years in succession to the came person YOUNG WOMEN 1 ATTENTION As we desire to encourage the t younger women to weave the pre miums on Rag Rugs are offered this year only to weavers under twenty p years of age If any weaver under twenty years t of age should be awarded a premium on a coverlid one dollar will be add ed to the usual premium Home products not Included in our 1llltof premiums may be exhibited an for sale We offer fine premiums for hickory or oaksplit baskets melonshaped There is quite a demand for such baskets If well made The size should not be over that of a haltbushel and smaller ones will find a readier sale The expenses of tho HomeSpun Fair are borne by the Department i of Fire Side Industries and we find it necessary to charge 10 per cent commission oa all sales made l OFFEREDIt PREMIUMS t tst md lamespun and homewoven yaoo foo Spreads4i 100 441 wyc1 Cotton Homespun Pillow Covers Patterns Lee SO Linen too so Cotton too 5- r 8 yards tto SO i Figured S yards tto j8 Plain UnenSyardsIce yt Rag Rugs figured border ISO 7f ickoryorOakSptltmelont 54 shaped Baskets aoo toc- I Axhandles homemadese 5 i Handmade splll bottom Chair tse 75 Handmade Rustic Chair rso JI No premiums are offered for Llnscy or Linen which contains less than I eight yards Only second premiums will be given for secondclass art des when no firstclass ones are enteredCommittee on Home Spun Fair JACKSON COUNTY GUKKNIIAII Greenhall May 12J D Pierson returned from Vine May 10th sick with the grip The law suit between g M Spence end J Wilson over a mare i was compromised by Mr Spence pay ing Wilson 760 and cost of suit Elie Gibson and family visited Mrs Gibsons mother on Sinking Branch0 May S10W N Hughes was sick with the grip the past weekDr J A Mahaffey returned from Oklahoma Tuesday and brought his sIster who is in poor health with him Silas Flan cry and wife went to Beattyvllle Sat urday John Lee who has been down with catarrh and lung trouble for over a year is gradually growing worse Lee Ward and family moved to Mis souri Jasper Smith had a rail splitt ing and fencing Tuesday and got a good days work doneThe wheat crop thru the mountains is looking fine Tom Fields tore ort one of his fingers while piling logsMrs Sarah Morris who visited her relatives at Greenhall last week has returned to Boonevlllo where she is talking of moving J B Spence is painting his dwelling and making other improve mentsJ D Pierson and family went to Idamay Friday and took the train for Richmond to be at Howes Big London Shows They expect to go to Berea and from there to Lexington and back by the way of L E R R to Beattyvllle Bud Thomas is sick with tho grlpWalker Flanery went to Cow Creek last week and brought back a load of cornMrs Linda DIck nell has sirrallpox There is a fine prospect for apples pears and cherries thru this part but the peach crop will be almost a failure owing to the late frostMcHughes is much improved and will soon be as strong as usual We all were pleased to see Robert Smith on the mall route again Bob is a fine fellow and works well for Uncle Sam t KKItMY KNOB Kerby Knob May 17The sunshln has done the farmers very much good in the past week The Sunda school is progressing nicely at this place Miss Myrtle Click has return ed from McKee where she has beer taking a course of music and was accompanied by her teacher and also Miss Kooiker and her cousin Mist Gracie Engle Mr Thomas Wlllianii who has been very ill is slowly im proving The Rev Mr Honeycut has gone to Columbus for a short stay with home folltslIr and sirs G W Baker of Hugh were visiting parents at Kerby Knob Sunday Mr and Mrs Henry Click were the guests of Mrs Clicks parents SundayThe infant of Mr and Mrs Dutch Isaacs is very I1V at this writing Miss Laura and brother Willie Click Mrs Honeycut and Mr Leonard Hatfield were the guests of Miss Myrtle Click Sunday afternoon Mies GracIe Parks of Hugh attended the box supper at Kerby Knob Friday night Miss Des sie Powell has been suffering very much from a felon We are prepar ing to have a nice time May 30th Bro R L Ambrose will preach in the morning The Rev W E Honeycut In the afternoon Basket dinner will be served Every body nlvltcd JScs Isaacs May 17Most all farmers are done planting cornMr J H Purkey from near Corbin Is visit Ing relatives In this vicinity Mr and Mrs M L Watson of Titus Tenn who have been visiting friends and relatives near hero returned home Saturday They were accompanied to East Bernstadt by his sister and her husband Fishing is all the go now A party from this neighborhood went to Laurel Fork Thursday to fish and after a moderate catch were frying same for lunch when a rock bursted under their frying pan hurling it In to the air A shower of fragments of fish fell Some of the party were sad ly disappointed Mrs Mary E Purkey departed for Mt Vernon Saturday tc visit her daughter there Mr Johnnie Pennington had a singing Saturday night at which many were present Mr Ben Nichols married Mr Alfred Littles daughter FridayMr John D Carmack is working for Mr J L Davis Mrs Nancy Vaughn has a fine babyMrS Martha Roach was In Annville Saturday Mr and Mrs George Davis visited Aunt Polly Cope Sunday who Is very sick agalnSun lay school Is progressing very nicely at Pigeon Roost There will be preach- Ing there next Saturday night and Sunday AUnOTIParrot May 18 Nearly every body Is done planting corn Some have begun to work It over Fruit promises to be very scarce in this part owing to the recent frosts and cold weath rThe Rev Messrs Pearl Hacker and W M Johnson preached to a largo audience at Shiloh Sunday Mr J G Nichols had a wool picking Thursday night and got a nice lot of work done and every body had a rood tlmelIr Charley Medlock attended church at this place Sunday md took dinner with his cousin MIn- nIe Price Miss Susan House and her sister Martha of Larue Laurel County visited their brother of this place Saturday and Sunday Miss fizzle Nichols and Nora Price attended Sunday school at Flat Top Sunday svenlng Mr DillIon Smith got his eg hurt very badly Friday while carrying the mall and is unable to continue his workA ball game between the Iona and the Parrot team was played Sunday evening resulting In a tie Another game will be called for next SundayThe postofflce at this place has been made a money order office Any one who wjsh es to send a money order can call at thIs office oil or after the first o- fJuneRoy E Rader Harry Medlock and sister Etta of Olin attended hurch here last Sunday- CLOVER BOTTOM Clover Bottom May ISThe fruit rop is a failure The cold weather has killed all the applesMr R G lays of Berea and Tom Cruse have gone to Sand Lick to work up a oundary of timber Decoration day w111 be observed at Kerby Knob cem tery by sermons by Bro Honeycut and others Basket dinner on the round Every body invited Mrs ohn R Kerby who has been visiting her parents at this place started for her home in Colorado May l3TheI- nCant of James B Engle Is very slckBunday school was organized at Cave Spring church May 9thMr A J Cruse has contracted his land to C M VanWinkle and is going to Kirks vllle to make his homeMr May NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY A Cleaning Up Sale Bargains for everybody while they last 80000 worth of goods to go at a Bargain for Cash Mens and boys Clothing Shoes and hats will go so low that any one can buy I will also clean out a nice line of Ladies Hats at low values Everybody is invited to to attend this special sale which will open at my store on WEDNESDAY MAY 26 1909 and continue from day to day until all bargain goods are sold Be sure and come to this sale Respectfully W R ENGLE Gray Hawk Ky h Abrams of this place has Just return ed from a visit to his mother Irs Frank Jones near East Bernstadt Corn is scarce and selling at 90 cent per bu meat 18 cents flour 85c per 25 Ibs This makes hard times on the poor OWSLEY COUNTY VINCENT Vincent May 17Most all the tare era are anno planting corn and arc now wishing for a good warm raln Mr tide of Waco who has been In this county for the past week buylni sheep left Friday with 11G headJ- G Botner and J B Scott both of Vic cent were at Beattyvllle Tuesday on buslnessDr Lucian Treadway of liildcbvii was at Vincent Friday on business Quite a large crowd iron hero attended Chlldrens Day at Ida maT B Venable has been In CIa county for the past week on business James Isaacs and Rolo Venable wet at Idamay last Sunday MInter Day of Blake was at Vincent last week Harden Moore of Longshoals Leo Co was visiting his son Samuel of thli place last weekJudge S Isaacs of Duck Creek was calling on friends n- and around Vincent Friday It is reported by good authority that a Knox rifle Co will drill about three holes DU the Sturgeon coal property to determine the thickness and quality SoP Caudell Jas McQueen and S A Caudell all of Travelers Rest have gone to Lexington to take a Civl Service examination for railway mall clerksMr G W Garrett our pre sent County Supt has received tile appointment of postmaster at Boone vllle to succeed J E HammondDe coratlon day May 30th at the Oh Treadway grave yard Everybody incited to attend TIlAVELtKIlS REST Travelers Rest May HThe Tray eiers Rest and Buck Creek bascbal Learns played the opening game of the season at Travelers Rest Saturday May 8th The score was 19 to 4 In favor of Travelers Rest Mr C E White visited home folks Saturday and Sunday Messrs John Cecil and Chas Cecil haw returned from New Mexico and report it a fine country Mr John Cecil has bought a farm ol ICO acres in Estancia Valley New Mex- Ico and will move to it in September- S A Caudell James McQueen and S P Cauiltll have gone to Ltexlngtoi to toko a civil service examination Michael Flanery who had been sick for some time died Monday May 10th OAIIIIAIUI Gabbard May 15S E Baker who has fever is much improved at this vrltlng Mrs Margaret Moore is sick at this writing John Combs ol Sow Creek spent last Saturday night with his father at this placeDock tlanlous of Doe Creek was at Rice own Tuesday after a load of corn Isaac and Jas Gabbard and Jno and Will Reynolds went on a fishing tour ast Saturday night Henry Gabbard was on Cow creek last Saturday and SundayJns R and I Gabbard visited Uncle James Baker last Sunday Ir Baker is almost bllndMr and Mrs A J Barker of Rlcetown visited relatives on White Oak last Sunday Misses Florence and Alice Baker of Rlcetown spent last Saturday and Sunday with relatives on Cow Creek The Rev John Mason has been hauling goods for Barker this week Corn is selling In this neighborhood rom 85c to 1 a bushelDan Robinson bought a piece of land from W 11 Jabbard for 350 He expects to build on It Chester Combs of Cow Creek sited his cousin Richard McIntosh last Saturday and Sunday MADISON COUNTY KINGSTON Kingston May 17Mr J C Pow eU made a business trip to Richmond Saturday Mrs Geo Young and Miss es Jessie and Lyda Young are visiting Ira Champ at Paint Lick this week Mrs Utn Fon entertained a num ler of frljnds Thursda night in honor of he birthday A very delightful lunch was served Mrs Sunnle WhIte is the guest of her parents Mr and mrs Cash Moody Misses Ora tanlels and Verna Parks are taking musIc lessons from Miss Martha Cra- wtordlIlr and Mrs Ben Boon were the guests of Mr and Mrs William toore at Berea FrtilayChlldrens- Day will be held at Masonic Hall the fIrst Sunday night In June Every body invited to come and take a partMrs Chas Lamb was the guest of Mrs Robert Lamb at Dreyfus Thursday Mr J R Azbill of Rich mond was 1 ere Sunday Mr and Mrs Dan Hudson of Dreyfus Dr and Mrs W C Caywood and Mr and Mrs Lewis Sandlln were the guests of Mr J C Powell Sunday Misses Eva Engle and Vola BIcknell of Berea were here Sunday evening Mrs John Pow ell and Mr Lawrence spent Monday in Richmond Tho Rev Mr Peoples preached at the Hall Sunday Mrs Etta Lamb and Miss Dora Bongo were shopping In Richmond last week Miss Anna Soper is staying with Mrs Lucy Blggerstaff in town this week Miss Margaret Crook will leave Tuesday for Danville to attend Ladles Missionary Society WAMACKTON- Wallaccton May 10lIs8 Anna Wallace a student at Berea spent Sat urday and Sundnr with her parents here Several from this place attended the funeral of Mr TIco Gabbard at Berea Sunday Miss Stella Baker spent Sunday night with Miss Sarah Lawson Mr and Mrs S C Lewis of Berea were the guests of Mr W L Todd and family Sunday Several of the young folks of Wallaceton attend II RAYAL BAKING POWDER JpfttJThe finest most tasteful and wholesome biscuit cake and pastry are made with Royal Baking Powder and not otherwise Royal is the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar led the Sunday school convention at Level Green Sunday afternoon Conn and Christina Asher returned homo last week from a two weeks visit with their sister at Livingston Grace Gentry is slckIr W S Brock and family attended trio wedding ofi Mr Robert Tudor and Miss Turner Newby last week Mr Tudor Is a brother of Mrs Brock Mr Bud Long and family of Cottonburg visited Tom mil Saturday and Sunday Mrs B Hubbard returned Wednesday from a visit with her daughter at London I Ada Estrldgo and MaryOgg attended tho ball game at Richmond last week Mrs C H Baker has not been well the past weokJ S Cade Is visiting his brother D W Cade at New Albany Ind IIAJLroI Harts May nThe Baptist Sunday School hero Is progressing splendidly I with Mr Richmond superintendent I Mr Tom McQueen and Miss Pauline Darnell wero qultely married Thurs day at Mr McQueens Kathcrlno Lake spent Monday with Mrs John Davis Mr J F Hawkins and wife I have a new baby boy named Willie r III N I IMr Harry McClure who has been in has returned Mr and Mrs I Jno Davis went to Richmond Tuesday on business Childrens Day will bo May 30th at tho Congregation Sunday School Come and hear the little ones speak Mrs Kindreds little boy Is very slckJ W Lake Is planning to raise tomatoes this year for the Bo roa Canning CoMiss Cora Collins of Panola Is visiting Mrs Henry BIcknell Mr and dire Davis visited J W Lake Sunday evening UK HIM Big mil May 18 Every one seems Ltto bo busy when the ground is dry people work in their crops when the soil is wet all lay In their groceries so this is a busy neighborhood A largo crowd attended Pilot Knob church Sunday Sunday school at this place is yet improving Preaching at Pilot school houco every Sunday night and prayer meeting every Thursday night Mrs Sherman Settle and son Jason are visiting Mrs Set tles parents Mr and Mrs Harrison Klnnard on Silver CreekMra Myrtle Reynolds returned from New Continued on Mill pare THE BEST PAPER FOR YOU IS THE CITIZEN THE CITIZEN gives you more than the worth of your money sad is growing better all tho time Just compare it with tho other newspapers you see You can get others as cheap but either they are not as good or they are not made for the mountains or they do not givo as much Just look at n few of the things we are giving 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