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Digital page images are linked to the text file. vc r- S a I o 0 BEREA PUBLISHING CO s INCOaroItATIIj 0 STANLEY FROST Managsr 0- FldlllYd 0 h 0duoo oMoloSoSOOi0SOSCMo0Sef I X Five cents a ropy BEREA MADISON COUNTY JUNE 24 1000 One Dollar a year No R2 NEWS OF THE WEEK Chinese Statesman Must DleReIcord Broken AgainAwful CaseStreet Car Francisco Bribery Case Comet Is ComingTwo Naval Accidents MUST KILL HIMSELF It Is re ported that tho Empress Dowager of China has sent her officials to Yuan Shih Kal tho highest statesman of China with tho imperial yellow cord This means that he must strangle himself with the cord The officials are to watch him day and night giv ing him two months to carry out tbo command It Is a great favor to a chinaman who has been condemned to death to allow him to take this method of leaving the world Chlneso believe Ahoy got the sane bodies in tho next world and that If tho are mutilated In death they have f llvo always with tho wounded toI MI BATTLE WVFHi RODDEltSJIhreeIrobbers held up a Oklahoma The train crow resisted and their shots brought constables to the Scene One constable was kill ed and ono of the robbers captured while the other two escaped TEN MEN KILLED Ten persons were killed and forty Injured in a collision of two electric cars In Ind lana last Saturday night Tho motor mall had disobeyed orders lie was killed S HIGH LIVING Corn at cribbing time this fall will open at about CO cents a bushel it Is expected Vent has also gone up and it is almostj Impossible to get anything suitable for slaughter BO that refrigerated urea Is being largely used the best cuts 1seUlnG at 20 cents a pound TWO COLLISIONS Two serious accidents occurred last week in tho Strait of Dover between England and France A mall ship collided with a cruiser at night In u dense tog Tho warship was badly damaged nearly all tho crow having to go to shore la small boats The liner proceeded on her voyage practically unhurt Tho same day a passenger ehlp near tho inane place struck an unknown vessel and was badly damaged Altho an effort was made to find the other ship no trace was CoundIBRIDE AND GROOM DEADTwo young yeople of WHIlamsport Pa had been marled only a week when both died at once It was thought at first that they had eaten poisoned candy Another theory was that the bride had died of heart failure and tho husband overcome with grief bad fallen forward on the bed and had been smothered tWOULD YOU LIKE TO FLYT For I only 7600 you can buy an aeroplane and bo taught to fly it The Wright Bros are to manufacture airships in Dayton 0 and Lorin Wright the third brother who is manager of the company nays they expect aeroplanes soon to bo as popular as automobiles for purposes of sport Only four machines havo been made by the WrlghU BO far and only two of them usedHUNG JURY IN CALHOUN CASE Iatrlck Calhoun has not been con victed of bribery by the Jury which has been considering his case In San Francisco Five months have passed since tho street car magnate made his first appearance in court to answer to the charge of offering a 4000 bribe to a supervisor to obtain I a privilege for his corporation Eight of the jury were for acquittal and four for conviction Francis J Heney 1the man who is doing BO much to up San Francisco will not cease the prosecution here FALLS 3000 FEET AND LIVES Uriah Sorensen a blacksmith of Bor wyn Nebraska will not try again to fly for a while as he Is lying in a hospital with a broken leg and cover ed with cuts and bruises as the result of his last effort Several months ago Sorensen became crazy to fly and wont to work behind lock ed doors on an alrgjilp ot his own A few days ago ho procured a gas Bal loon which ho hitched to his machine He mounted Into the air amid cheers and after going about 3000 feet high ho detached tho balloon from his air ship and began to settle gently seek ing a place to light Suddenly the onlookers were horrified to see tho machine turn turtle and dive thru the air with great velocity whirling over and over but finally lighting right side up In a plowed field with Sorensen still in the saddle When his sense returned he told a thrilling story of his sensations as he was fallingTRANSATLANTIC RECORD IS BROKEN The steamer Mauretanla has accomplished the journey from Continued on fourth page I Pfi Sf DENT 5 OFF I CE I3EREA KY X THE CITIZENDevoted to the Interests of the Mountain People KENTUCKY I AccidentSan DANGER TO SCHOOLS Frankfort Ky June 10Forty coun ties in Kentucky are in grave danger of having no county schools for ono year after July 1 and unless prompt elucnItlonlnserious blow Even though the decision of the Court of Appeals Friday in the case involving the constitu tionality of the new school law was favorable to the cause of education and means a big victory for the com mon schools In many of the counties Unless the Fiscal Courts of the coun ties whero no school levy hasbeen made make a levy beforo July 1 of this year or suit Is brought before that time to force them to make a levy no levy can be made in those counties for school purposes for one year and this would mean that the schools would havo no janitor service heat or anything else necessary to conduct a school except teachers They would bo In the position of having teachers without any place to teach the children Three points of great importance were decided by the Court of Appeals In upholding the constitutionality of the new school law and every county in the State can take advantage of this decision to improve the condition of tho county schools Whether or not all the counties avail themselves of the opportunity depends en tirely on the counties and the time of making the levy Tor school pur posesThe j first and most important point decided by the court Friday was that the law was constitutional That of deIicisthat one point Tho second point importance was the courts holding that a mandamus would Ho to force the Fiscal court to make the levy and tho third point was the right of the County Board of Education to de termine Just how much money was needed by the schools The last point was the one on which there was most doubt It was contended by those who opposed tho law that tho Fiscal Court of a county could say that the amount fixed by the County Board oti Education watt too large and much money was not needed But the Court of Appeals says that the County Board of Education has the right and power to say how much msyl bo needed and that tho Fiscal Court must make a levy that will raise thouboardUnder tho law tho State spends about 3000000 on schools and this goes only toward paying teachers None of the money can be used for other purposes The levy made by the county must raise money for all expenses except for teachers Expenses such as for buildings light heat Janitor service and all expenses except for teachers pay must be mot by the counties themselves and If tho county has no money for these purposes there can bo no schools In that county unless the money should bo raised by popular subscription- At present the school levy has been made In eighty counties and has not been made In about forty counties According to the decision of the courts the levy must be made by July 1 or it cannot be made for the next fiscal year until another year has rolled around Prof J 0 Crabbe State Superin tondent of Public Instruction is greatly pleased over tho decision Friday and says it means much to the schools of tho State Under the old law the total amount collected for school purposes was 180000 It is estimated by Professor Crabbo that under tho nowMaw 2500000 will bo raised for the school purposes by 10 cal taxation Tho difference between the amount raised under the old law and the new law is shown by the following table Amt of tax Un Total Amt ler Old CountyI Tax Law Case 4600 723 Clay 7000 Jackson 3000 499 Knox l 5000 Laurel 6000 2700 Madison 3650 Owsley 1800 400 Pulaski 9000 3000 Rockcastle 1800 440 RESOLUTIONS The trustees of Berea College at their meeting this year are deeply grieved to miss the venerable pres ence cheering fellowship and wise counsel of tho lIon Curtis P Burnara who was the oldest member of this Board and a life long friend of our patriarchs and founders and of the later workers In Dereas cause SCHOOLS IN DANGER I The recent decision of the Court of Appeals sustaining the new school law which is gives fully in another column is ono of the most important in recent years for the interests of education in this state and there is nothing more important than education Proba bly the must important point under the decision is thatsthe Fiscal Court of each county is obliged to make a tax levy to raise whatever amount of money is voted by the County Board of Education This decission puts the control of the educational funds where it belongsin the hands of the men elected for the purpose And it gives everyhope that more money will be spent on the schools The table printed along with the Court decision shows that the mountain counties hereabouts have fully met the opportunity offered by the new law and are doing their full duty by their children The forty counties which have not yet done this are mostly in other sections of the state But there is one danger connected with this decision and it is that unless tho Fiscal court of n county makes the tax levy before the coming first of July there will be no funds for the next years paidforany of tho other many needs of schools If your county has not yet made the levy it is time for every goodcitizen to drop every other thing and get to work to make the officials act And if they wont act there is just one thing that can save the schoolsfor your county for next yearthat is to bring suit to force them to net The Courts will sustain any such suit and a public 0 spirited mon could do nothing that would help his county more than to bring itif it is needed THE SCHOOL CAMPAIGN There is nothing like a good start No effort that can be made afterward can make up for a poor one and on the other hand it takes an awful lot of foolishness to spoil a thing that has once got well startedNow is the time to give the schools a good start They ure all starting upseo that they are started right The schoolcampaign which has been planned by Supt Crabbo will help mightily and tho people will do the rest There is nothing that needs boosting more than our public schools They are the makers of citizens and citizens make the slate helping In several places in every county during the next few days there will be meetings addressed by well known speakers in the interest of meetingsIt ucational work a good sendoff to help boost your community state and nation The whirlwind campaign is just the kind of thing the helpitMr Burnam was a man who played a worthy part in state and national affairs and we who knew him Inti mately realized that this was not through fictitious circumstances but I because of the Inherent force and merit of his mind and character I1Ie possessed that selfcontrol and calm perception of duty and that faith in eternal righteousness which made him an independent per sonaltyM no who led his fellows resisting the evil tendencies of his times and surroundings and contri humanityfIlapower which enabled him to utter words of wisdom and high sentiment in a worthy and convincing style Ho dignified the legal profession and set a high standard in patriotism and efficiency in public services These public services have enrich ed his fellow citizens both the high and humble and his influences will elrIceslie leaves an example to the young men of his state in all ways worthy of emulation RESOLVED That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon our minutes published In The Citizen and conveyed to his household Harlan P Lloyd William Goodell Frost GOOD THINGS THIS WEEK This week we start Dr Cowleys important article on the care of the baby There is no ono thing in which Modern Science has done more humanity than in saving the livesI I of little babies The average length I of human life has been Increased by I ten years chiefly thru saving the thousands and hundreds ot thousands of tiny lives that wero formerly l in the first few months of their stI Science has shown how to sane and the death rate among little children I Is less than halt what it once was Have any babies died In your I family Ocassionally there is a woman I like the famous ono who said that it nay one knew how to take I care of children she did because wrongirbechildren showed how little she knew About half of the deaths of babies can be prevented by pro per care and attention Have there ever been any such deaths in your family Are there any little ones there now that might be in danger If there are or it there ever will be you want to read this article by Dr Cowley If every one would do the things ho advises there would be a great falling off in the number o deaths of babies And if you will read it and do the things It may be that one of the babies saved will bo yours Worth trying dont you think Also watch for the second install IN lit of the article next week TJhere will be a good article on farming next week too by Francis O Clark Watch for that too NOT TO BE WON THAT WAY Do you know you have asked for the costlllest thing Ever made by the Hand above A womans heart and a womans life And a womans wOnderful love Do you know you have asked for this priceless thing As a child might have asked for a toy- remanding what others have died to winWith the reckless dash of a boy You have written my lessons of duty lOUtI v me my womans soulIYou require your dinner should always be hot Your socks and your shirts should bo whole I require your heart should be true as Gods stars And pure as heaven your soul You require a cook for your mutton and beef I require a far better thing A seamstress youre wanting for stockings and shirts I want a man and a king A king for the beautiful realm called homo IAnd a man that the Maker God look upon as he did the first And say Its very good I am fair and young but the rose will fade From my soft young cheek one day Will you love me then mid the fail- Ing leaves As you did mid the bloom of May Is your heart an ocean so strong and deep I may launch my all on its tide A loving woman finds heaven or hell brideIand true All things that a man should be If you give this all I would stake my life To be all you demand of me If you can not db thln laundress an cook You can hire with little to pay But a womans heart and a womans life Are not to be won that way Mrs Browning Spend Much on Intoxicants On an average each resident of Ber tin Is said to spend oneeleventh of his income on intoxicating drink IN WASHINGTON Corporation Tax Likely Opposi tion to Aldrich Falling Away Paper Trust Wins Sen Bradley Sick Washington D C June 19 1909 It Is still open to question whether the victory of they corporation tax over the Income tax this week is a triumph for Mr Taft or for Mr Aldrich On the face of it the President has succeeded in getting the Senate organization to support warmly a proposal which involves strict Governmental supervision of big business corporations This is what Roosevelt so ardently desired and It is said to be the greatest desire of Mr Taft to secure the passage of legislation which will enable the Government to control and regu late the gigantic industrial combina tions which seem to be almost en tirely In charge of the commerce of the country OC course if Uncle Sam is going to tax the corporations 2 csftte on the dollar of what they make clear every year he will have to In vestigate their affairs thoroughly and can tell whether they are acting honestly or in defiance of the anti trust and other laws The reason that President raft had up to this time shown so little attention to tho tariff making is that he considers Iti a mere minor matter which must be gotten out of the way as quickly as possible so as to leave a clear field for corporation legislation next win ter This week however he saw a chance to drive In an entering wedge for corporation legislation by using a tax on the net earnings of corporations to draw the vote of the Republican Senators who were going to help the Democrats in putting through prematurely an Income tax Senator Aldrich leader of the regular Republicans was glad to find any way to prevent the passage of the Income tax Just now even though beIdoes not like the thought of tion regulation Therefore when Taft sent a message to Congress this week urging the adoption of the corporation tax Aldrich accepted the recommendation and has been able to secure a number of votes amply sufficient to ensure Its passage The only consideration which makes the friends of the President is the fact that after the In uneasyI has been disposed of the shifty Islander may draw tho fangs of the corporation tax by inserting in some provision which will prevent ItI Government from really profiting It in so far as control ot monopolies is concerned It seems probable that I the Administration party and the Democrats and sorehead Republi cans will be so anxious to circumvent this that they will prolong the presen session far into the summer and pos sibly precipitate at once the entire fight for corporation legislation The President stated in his mes sage that ho favored the insertion the tariff bill ota clause aulho InI the amendment of the Constitution admit of an Income tax since the in come tax provided in the tariff law of 1894 was declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court This decision of the Supreme Court has been challenged by the best law yers In America and It has generally been thought that It a law were pass ed again the Supremo Court would change Its opinion In his speech of acceptance this spring Taft said that he did not think that a constitutional amendment would bo needed The Democrats accuse him ot being in consistent in his present advocacy of tho authorization of such an amend ment The law affixed to the Wilson Dill expired by lapse of time In 1900 while President Taft In his message stated carelessly that it was still upon the statute book The Democrats are seeking to take advantage of this slip also The Democrats however are grow ing Jealous among themselves and they will not be able to seriously hinder the plans of Aldrich Whether I or not Bailey of Texas Is traitor ously In league with the Republican leaders he certainly could not be act Ing in a manner more calculated to advance tho Interests of the Repub licans He has declared this week that he did not consider himself bound by the pledges ot the Demo cratic platform of last fall and se veral of his colleagues have joined him in this attitude The nominal fight of the week has been on paper and wood pulp for pa per making There is a paper trust in America although it tries to conceal its existence It keeps the prices ot paper and pulp as high as the Continued fourth page e IIOOOUOOaIt eo t o The Citizen is Growing Rap 0 idly Let Your Business IM Keep Pace With It By Adver o Using 0 yororororioeorordroroMotao0 y 1Vol of on IN OUR OWN STATEV I i IndictBabyCommits What One Girl Did BABY KILLS HIMSELF Because i his mother spanked him the five year old boy of Mrs Samuel Scott of Cen tral City Jumped Into a well and drowned himself When his mother came toward him to punish him he threatened to kill himself It shodid It Not dreaming that he would do I anything of the kind the mother took him to the house and whipped him After his punishment ho left the house and his mother heard him I scream Going to look for him she saw his curls floating on the water in tho well where he had thrown him self His neck was broken also McD FERGUSON DEADAfter a long illness with diabetes McD Fer guson member of the Kentucky State Railroad Commission and one of the most promlment Democrats in the State died June 17 RIVALS HELEN KELLERA case has come to notice of a young girl who by reason of her great act complishments over natural handicaps deserves to rank with Helen Keller the wonderful blind and deaf mute Allene Shea was born in 1893 in Lexington Born without hands at r the ago of sixteen she graduates from the Louisville Commercial High School with the honor of being the best penman ever graduated from the school the fastest typewriter operat or ever to receive a diploma in that city and as a result of her profi ciency finished the course with a grade of 9897 the highest grade ever given any graduate of the insti tution IDIE OVER OLD GRUDGE A plsII tol duel at three paces resulted in the death of both duellists in a sa loon in Louisville last week Frank Stigger a native of Owen Co chief l detective for the Kentucky and Indi ana Bridge Co and William T Char of Breathltt Co and a former n lies of the same concern were k victims of the tragedy The kill + ing was the result oC an old grudge which Charles held against Stlggcr JURY FAILS TO INDICTThoIspecial grand Jury in Jackson Breath itl county which has been Investigat- Ing the Callahan shooting reported that the evidence was insufficient for indictment It had been propbesledIthat they would not dare HOGS WAY UPThe price for hogs has reached the highest point In sixteen years On Tuesday sales were made in Louisville at eight cents for t the first time since 1S93 DONT ENDORSE ALL CANDIDATES ISeeral Inquiries have been recelv ed by The Citizen recently as to whether we endorse all the candi dates whose announcements appear in the paper We most emphatically do not Any reputable candidate on pay ment of the necessary price caP run an announcement in which he says all the good things he wants to about himself and we will offer no objections so long as he dues not libel any one else nor print matter which will not gd thru the mails We do not at all endorse the candy date nor any candidacy unless we make a formal announcement in the editorial columns The advertisement of a candidate Is like any other ads vertlsement tho space Is in the con trol of the man that buys it However as there has evidently been some mistakes concerning this we will hero after make it a rule to plainly label 1 all such announcements wlthtbe letters Adv at the end of the arti 1 cle Amputated His Own Toes t A German tourist han been found by a gendarme lying unconscious In a stable at St Sulplce In the Canton of Neuchatel Switzerland The man lost himself in the snow and his feet became frost bitten He crawled to I the stable and In his agony took out his pocket knife and amputated two of his toes Then be fainted and Is now In hospital Types of Unselfishness There are two types of unselfish ness One is always found In connection with a noble selfesteem that pre vents the vlrtuo from degenerating Into a vice the other is associated with a selfeffacement a lack of indi viduality a fickleness of will that make its owner merely a vehicle for a conspicuous exhibition of selfsacri fice FourFlushing Women are four +Aushers too Many a time a woman says pass the cream please when She knows well that theres nothing but milk in the pitch er mighty thin milk at that 4 IJ y OG17fVE TfiMNST 5wHa NAN tCf HOVR 1 J SYNOPSIS The story opens at Harvard where Col Rupert Winter U S A visiting saw the suicide or young Mercer Ha met Cary Mercer brother of the dead student Three later in Chicago In 199- 6Col Winter overheard Cary Mercer ap parently planning to kidnap Archie the colonels ward and to gain possession of Aunt Rebecca Winters A Miss Smith was mentioned apparently as a Winter unexpectedly met a a relative Mrs Millicent Melville who told him that his Aunt Rebecca Archie and tho latter nurse Miss Janet Smith were to leave for the west with the 1 colonel and Mrs Melville A great finan cial magnate was aboard the train on which Col Winter met his Aunt Rebe- cca Miss Smith and Archie He set his orderly Sergt Haley to watch over Cary Mercer CoL Winter learned that the financial Is Edwin S Keatcham On approaching Cary Mercer the colonel was snubbed Winter aldea by Archie cleverly frustrated a holdup on the train He took a great liking to Miss Smith despite her alleged connection with the kidnaping plot which he had not yet revealed to his relatives The t party arrived In San Francisco it was I thought that there were big persons behind the holdup Archie mysteriously disappeared Fruitless was conducted tor Archie Blood In a nearby room at the hotel caused fears for the boys life No headway was made In the search for Archie lads voice was heard over the telephone however and n minute later a woman voicethat of Miss Smith Col Winter and a detective set out for the empty mansion owned by Arnold a Harvard graduate They were met a terrible detonation Indicat- Ing an explosion within Tho party rushed Into the house A few minutes later Mercer appeared He assured Win ter that Archie had been returned to Mrs Rebecca Winter The colonel saw aK vision Slitting from the supposedly haunt ed house It was Miss Janet Smith Col Winter to himself admitted that he loved i Miss Smith Mercer told Winter that Archie had overheard for a coup which Mercer and his friends wanted to q carry out For that reason Archie had been kidnaped One of Mercers friendst on returning to his aunt had been arrested for speeding and when he returned from tho ponce station to his auto the lad was gone Mercer confessed he was forcibly detaining Keatcham at tho haunted house Mercer told his life story relating how Keatcham and his scoundrel secretary Atkins had ruined him the blow killing his wife Despite the fact that Mercer was In Keatcham service he was holding him prisoner In order that he could not get control of a railroad which was the pet project of the father of his college friend Endlcott Tracy CHAPTER X Continued Ho Isnt a very confiding man I didnt see him often My dealings 4 wero with Atkins He didnt know that I had found him out ho thought that ho had only to explain his two names and expected gratitude for his warning as he called It Ho is slimy but I was able to repay a little of my score with him I was employed by moro than Keatcham and I saw a good many industrial backyards Just chance I came on a clew and Endy Tracy and I worked It up together Atkins was selling information to 4 Keatchams enemies We did not make out a complete case but enough of one to make Keatcham suspect him and at tho right time Dut that hap uened lateryou see I dont know how to tell a story oven with so much at stake Ho pulled out his handker chief and Winter caught the gleam of the beads on his sallow forehead It was this way he went on At first I was only looking about for a safe chance to kill him and to kill that snake of an Atkins but then it grew on mo It was all too easy a punish mentjust a quick death when his victims had years of misery I wanted him to wade through the hell I had to wade through I wanted him to 11 know why he was condemned Then I it was I began to collect just tho cases I knew aboutjust ono little section of tho horrible swath of agony and hu initiation and poverty and sin he and his crowd had made the ono I knew foot of because Id gone over 9Itevery night I wasnt so dead tired I to sleep God do you know what it is to havd the people who used to j be running out of their houses just to say howdy to you curse you for a swindler or a fool or turn out of one IIstreet and down the other not to lassyou Did you over have a little woman who used to glvo you frosted cake I when you were a boy push her crape veil off her gray hair and hand you the envelope with her stock with your handwriting on tho envelope end beg I you trying so hard not to cry twas n worse than If she hadbeg you to lend her just half her interest moneyand 1 you couldnt do IU Did you never I said I waded through bell 1mind Not I alonothat was the all the people that had trusted mo And just that some rich men should bo richer Why should they have the lions share The lions share belongs to the lion They are nothing but jackals Theyre meaner than Jackals for the jackals tako what the lion leaves and these fellows steal tho lions meat away from him We made honest money we paid honest wages folks had more paint on their houses and more meat in their storehouses and wore better clothes SunJ Icy and there were more schoolhouses and fewer saloons and the negroes were learning a trade instead of loaf ing The whole county was the better off for our prosperity and there isnt a mill in the outfitand I know what Im talking aboutthere isnt a shop or a mine thats as well run or makes as big an output now as it did when the old crowd was in You find it that way everywhere and thats what Is pctog to break things down We saw to all the lltrlo affairs they were our affairs dont you know But Keatch funs new men draw their salaries and let things slide Yet Keatcham Is a great mat ger It be would only take the time only hos top busy stealing to develop his businesses theres more money in stealing a railway than in building one up Oh he isnt a fool if I could once get him where ho would have to listen I know I could make him understand Hos pretty cold blooded and he doesnt realize Ho only sees straight ahead not all around like all these superhumanly clover thieves they have mighty stu pfd streaks Well rye got him now and it is kill or cure for him Ho cant make a rime I know I couldnt do anything alone I had to wait I had to havo stronger men than I am to help By and by they tried their jack al business on a real lLonQn Tracy They wanted to steal his road I got on to them first I see a heap of peo plo in a heap of different businesses tho little people who talk They notice all right but they can see only their own little patch I was the fel low riding round and seeing the town ship I pieced together the plot and I told Endy Tracy Ho wouldnt believe mo at first because his father had given Keatcham his first start and done a hundred things for him To bo sure his father has boon obliged as an honorable man to oppose Keatcham lately but Keatcham couldnt mean to burn him out that way But he soon found that was precisely what Keatch am did mean Then he was glad enough to help me save his father The old man doesnt know a thing we dont mean he ever shall know We let him put up tho best sort of a fight a man can with his hands tied while the other fellow is free My hands are free too I dont respect the damned Imbecile laws that let me be plundered any more than they do and since my poor mother died last sum mer I am not afraid of anything they are thats where I have the choice of weapons I tell you suh nobody is big enough to oppress a desperate man Keatcham had one advantage ho had unlimited money But Aunt Rebecca helped us out there Colonel I want you to know I didnt ask her for more than the bare grubstake it was sho herself that planned our stock deal Sho is a dead game sport the colonel chuckled I believe you And I hope you dont allow that I was willing to have her mix herself in our risks Sho would come sho said sho wanted to see tho fun I believe you again the colonel as sured him and he remembered the odd sentence which his aunt had used tho first night of their journey when she expressed her hankering to match her wits against those of a firstclass grim inal We didnt reckon on your turning up or tho complication with Archie I wish to God wod taken tho boys own word I Dut now you know all about It will you keep your hands off Thats all we ns- kWetttho colonel examined his finger nails rubbing his hands softly tho back of ono over the palm of the otherwell you havent quite told me all Dont unless you are prepared to have It used against you as the po icemen say before the sweatbox What did you do to Keatcham to get him to go with you so like Marys lit tie lamb I learned of a little device that looks like a tiny currycomb and is so flat and small you can bind It on a mans arm lust over an artery Just press on the spring and give the least scratch and the man falls down in convulsions I showed him a rat I had had fetched me and killed it like a flash Ho had his choice of walking out quietly with meI had my hand on his armor dropping down dead Ho went quietly enough That was tho meaning of his look at me was It Winter thought Ho said only Did Endicott Tracy know about that Of course not Mercer denied Do you reckon I want to mix tho boy up in this more than I have And Arnold only knew I was trying some kind Of bluff game I will lay odds though the colt nel ventured in his gentlest tone tone that Mr Samurai as Haley call him knew more Dut when did you get rid of Atkins Mr Keatcham discharged him at Denver I met Mr Keatcham here It was arranged on the train We had It planned out If that plan had failed I had another Neat Very neat And then you became tho secretary Mercer flushed in an unexpected fashion Certainly not he said with emphasis Do you think I wouU take his wages and not do the work faithfully No suh I assumed to bo his secretary in the office that gave me a chance to arrange everything But I did It to oblige him I never touched a cent of his money I paid in fact for our board out of our own money It would have burned my fingers suh And the valet Was ho in your plot Dont answer It youOf He was sub replied Cary Mercer He Is a right worthy fellow and he thought after he had seen to tho tick ets which he did very carefullyand given them to me he could go off on tho little vacation which came to him by his master through me Thats a little bit evasive How ever I havent tho right to ask you to give away your partners anyhow Ho was peering at Mercers face be hind his glasses but the pallid tired features returned him no clew to tho thoughts in the head abovo them What have you done with Mr Keatch am ho concluded suddenly Tho question brought no change of expression and Mercer answered read- Ily I put him off by himself where ho sees no one and hears nothing I road a good deal about prisons and the most effectual way of taming men and solitary confinement Is recom mended by all the authorities His meals are handed to him byby a mechanical device He has electric light some of the time turned on from the outside Ho has a comfortable room and his own showerbath He has comfortable meals And he is supplied with reading Rending repeated tho colonel his surprise in his voice For tho first time ho saw Mercer smile but it was hardly a pleasant smile Yes suh reading he said 1 have had typewritten copies made of all tho cases which I discovered In regard to his staallng our company I reasoned that when he would get ab solutely tired of himself and his own thoughts be would just naturally bo obllgbcd to read and that would be ready for him Ho tore up ono copy HornI cant say I wonder What did you d01 I sent him another I expected he would do that way After a while he will go back to it because it will draw him Hell hate it but he will want to know them all I know his nature you see Wha are you going to do with himLet him go after ho does what we want and promises never to molest any of us Dut can you trust him He never breaks his word replied Mercor Indifferently and besides he knows ho will be killed It he should Ho isnt given to being scared but hes scared of mo all right What do you want him to dot Promise to be a decenter man and to let Mr Tracy alone In future moan while to send a wire in his secret code saying he has changed his mind It will not surprise his crowd Ho never confides in them and ho expects them to obey blindly anything In that code language I reckon other telegrams are just for show and they dont notice them much The colonel took a turn around the room to pack away this Information in an orderly fashion in his mind Mer cer waited patiently he had said truly that he was used to waiting Perhaps he supposed that Winter was try lug the case in his own mind but in reality Rupert was seeking only one clew as little diverted from his pur pose as a bloodhound He began tot understand tho man whoso fixed pur pose had his own quality but sharp ened by wrong and suffering This man had not harmed Archie as much as his warped and fevered soul could feel softer emotions ho was kindly Intentioned toward the lad Who had carried him away then Or was ho oft on his own account really this time Or suppose Atkins the missing secretary discharged at Denver cOm ing back for another appeal to his em ployer finding Keatcham gone but lot ono say stumbling on some traco of mystery In his departure suppose him to consider tho chance of his hay ing his past condoned and a rosy fu ture given him if his Suspicions should prove true and ho should rolcaso tho captive wouldnt such a prospect spur on a man who was as cunning as he was unprincipled Mightnt ho have watched all possible clows and might nt he have heard about Archie and plotted to capture tho child thinking ho would be easily pumped That would presuppose that Atkins know that Archlo was at tho Arnold orno he might only have seen tho boy on the street ho know him by sight the colonel remembered that several times Archie had been with him in Keatchams care It was worth con sidering anyhow Ho spoke out of his thought Do you think Keatch am could hne told the truth and that code of his to lost or stolen T Why couldnt AtMna have stolen ItT lIe had tho chance and ho isnt hampered by principle you say Mercer frowned it was plain the possibility had its argument for him He might he conceded but I doubt It Why hasnt he done something with it Ho hasnt They wouldnt have postponed that meeting if he had wired his proxy and his directions in the code Hed have voted his em ployers stuck lIes got too much at stake I happen to know bo thought it a sure tip to sell short and he has put almost all he has on It You see Keatcham was banking on that ho knew it Ho thought Atkins wouldnt dare give any of his secrets away or go against him in this deal because they were In the same boat Still I reckon Ill have to see KeatchamMercer shook his head gently but with decision I halo to refuse you colonel but unless you promise not to interfere it is Impossible Dut Ill gladly go with you to see It we can find any traco of Archie Ill risk that much And If you will promise Such a promise would bo Impos sible to an officer and a gentleman the colonel urged lightly smiling Do sides dont you ECO I have all tho cards I have only to call In my men Id hole to do It but If you force me you would have no chance resisting Wo shouldnt resist colonel no suh your force Is overwhelming Dut It would do no good you couldnt find him Wo could try and wo may be bet tor sleuths than you Imagine Then It would be the worse for him for It you find him you will find him dead H CO tJLLUefT I There was something so chilling In his level tones that Winter broke out sharply Are you fooling with meT Have you been such an Incredible mad man as to kill him already Mercers faint smllo made the colonel fool boyish and Impetuous Of course not sub he answered I told you ho was alive myself I reck oned you knew when n man is lying and when ho Is telling the solemn truth You know I have told you tho truth and treated you on the square nut just the same If you try to take that man away youll only havo his dead body Ho cant do any more harm then and a dead man cant voteTho colonel who had taken out his clgaretto case opened it and medita tively fingered the rubber band Do you reckon he suggested in his most amiable voice do you reckon young Arnold and Endlcott Tracy will stand for such frills In warfare as assassi nation I do not sub replied Mercer gravely and as ho spoke ho pushed back tho heavy tapestry hiding a window opposite the colonels head but they can both prove an alibi Mr Ar nold Is in Pasadena and there goes Mr Tracy now In his machine to try to find Archie Do you see Tho colonel saw Ho Inclined his head at tho same time proffering his caseI rather think Mr Mercer that I was wrong You have the last trump CHAPTER XI The Charm of Jade It was no false lure to distract pur suit that hurried sentence of Ran dalls which had met tho colonels angry appeal for Information Tho woman was not only repeating Mrs Winters message tho message Itself described a fact As she stood at her room telephone Aunt Rebecca had happened to glanco at Randall supplementing tho perfunctory dusting of tho hotel maid with her bwn sanitary damped clean cloth llandalls eyes suddenly glazed and bulged In such vtartllng transformation that Instead of questioning her Mrs Winter stepped swiftly to tho window where she was at work to seek the cause of heragitationOh I Oh Mrs Winter gasped Randall Aint that Master Archie Mrs Winter saw for herself tho face at a cab window the waving of 1 slim hand Archies face Ambles hand Brief as was tho space of his passing for the two horses In tho cab were trotting smartly she was sure of both Give mo my bonnet she command any bonnet any gloves And my bag with soine money It was as sho flung through the door that she throw her message to the colonel back exactly as Randall had submitted It Miss Smith was coming along tho loggia Dont stop mo said Mrs Winter sternly Ive seen Archie Im after him Stop cried Miss Smithbut it was to the elevator boy who was whiz zing below them in his cage not to her employer and she boarded tho elevator with tho older woman Ill go with you she said There was no vibration In her even tones although a bright red flickered up In her cheek But Rebecca Winter caught savagely at her breath which was coming fast It is not with tho running you neednt think It Janet she panted sharply In a second It was tho sight of his faceso suddenly I never ex pected any face would make my heart pump like that again All of which showssho was speaking quito naturally and placidly again = that women may grow too old for men to make fools of them but never for children Como It was a shabby sort of hack ho was In drawn by two horses with auburn tails Heros tho offlco floor Not a word did Janet Smith say she was not awoman of words In any case Moreover tho pace which Mrs Winter struck was too rapid for com meats or questions it swept them both past the palmshaded patio into the side hall out on tho noisy daz zling swaying street Looking before her Miss Smith could see tho dusty body of hack a block away Mrs Winter had stepped up to n huge crimson motor car In tho front seat of which lounged tho chauffeur his forehead and eyes hunched under his leather visor The machine was puff lag with tho engine working ready to leap forward at a touch of tho lever Twenty dollars an hour If you let mo get In now said Mrs Winter lightly mounting by his side as sho spoke Hey moT what gurgled tho chauffeur plucked out of a halfdoze Oh say beg your pardon lady but this U hired it belonGs- I 1 dont care to whom It belongs I have to have it announced Mrs Win ter calmly Whoever hired It can get another Ill make it all right You start on and catch that hack with tho auburn talled horses Ill make it right with your fare Miss Smith cut In before tho chauffeur ofkldnapjIng spoke an elderly man and his ivlfe came out of the shop They staied from her to tho automobile and in their gaze was a proprietary Irrita tion This was instantly transfused by n moro vivid emotion The woman looked Shocked and compassionate Oh pal she gasped did you hear thatThe man was a country banker from Iowa Ho had a very quick keen eye It flashed Case of kidnaping hey snapped ho instantly grasping tho character of tho speakers and jumping nt tho situation Tako tho auto madam Got a move on you Mr Chaulfeurl I Oh Im moving all right called the chauffeur as ho skillfully dived his lower wheels under tho projecting load of n great wagon and obliquely bumped over tho edge of a street car fender pursued by tho motormans curses I see em lady I see the red tails Ill catch cm I i Ills boast most likely had been made good since for another block they boro straight on their course but CorInn orange wagon which had been J turned There was a rush of pursuit of tho golden balls from tho sldowalkJa policeman come to tho j traffic and ordered everything to hnltIuntil the cart WAS righted The boys and girls In tho street chased back to the sidewalk Tho episode took barely a couple of minutes but on the edge of the last minute tho cab turned a corner The motor car turned tho same corner but saw no guiding ori flimmo of waving rid horsehair The cross street next was equally bare They were obliged to explore two ad jacent highways before they camo upon tho hack again This time It was In distant perspective foreshortened to a blur of black and a swish of veil And even as they caught sight of it the horses swung round Into profile and turned another corner In tho turn a man wearing a black derby bat ntuck his arm and head out of tho window In order to glvo some direction to tho driver Then ho turned half around It won almost as If ho looked back atJhis pursuers yet this Mrs argued hardly could be since he had not expected pursuit and anyhow the chances were ho could not know her by sight It was a moan street narrow and noisome but full of shipping t tame and barred by tramways a heartbreaking street for a chase The chauffeur was a master of his art he jumped his great craft at every va cant arms length bo steered it through Incredibly narrow anon he progressed sometimes by luffs like a boat under sail when the forward passage much be reached In such in direct fashion but the crowd of un gainly vehicles loaded dizzily above his head made the superior speed of tho motor of no avail In spite of him they could see tho red tails lessening Again and yet again the hook turned again but each time with n loss too motor struck its trail Dy now tho street was changed the dingy two story buildings lining It were bright yv ened by the goid loaf and vermilion f oriental arms and garbs and embroid Cry spangled the windows and orlenaIIfaces looked Inscrutably out of door i wnya Thoro rose the blended odora of ayrco aananlwoexl and unclonnll ness that announce the cast reeking up out of gratings and pulling out of shops Ah said Mrs Winter softly to herself Chinese quarter is it Well Her eyes changed theyvsoftened in a fashion that would have amazed one who j only know tho sur taco of Mrs Winter tho eccentric society potentate Sho looked past the squalid garish scene past tho shinoIng sandhills and tho redwood trees beyond Into a stranger landscape glow iing under a blinder glare of sun Half mechanically sho lifted a tiny gold fI6I chain that had slipped down her throat Iolr under tho gray gown Raising the yel low thread and the craven jade orna t ment depending therefrom she let It fHe outside amid the white lace and chiffontY Were making good now called tho chauffeur Will I run alongside and hall em or what Bho told him quietly to run along side But her lips twitched and when she put up her hand to press them still she smiled to discover that her hand was bare Sho had forgotten to pull on her glove She began to pull It on now a Tho road Is narrow said she Run ahead of tho back and block its way 4 You can do it without hitting thedhor-ses cant you 1 Well I guess returned tho chant +r i feur Instantly accomplishing the maneuver in fine style M TO Hi CONTINUED i Idaho Ahead of Egypt r America has now triumphed over N li Egypt and India In holding what will soon bo the largest Irrigated tract of desert land In tho world This Is what is known as tho Twin Kails county In tbo state of Idaho The ultimate area under Irrigation when the entire Twin Falls project shall have been complot ed will be 1350000 acres Harpers Weakly t I EMBROIDERYjPARASOL ticSoutacho Motif Embellished with French Dots Half of Motif I H of tho daintiest accessories of ONE summer wardrobe Is tho sun shade A parasol boasts more virtues t than the eminently practical one ot 1ahnding the eyes from tho Impertinent I rays of tho sun It gives nn air of f smartness to tho summer girl Tho display of sunshades In the shops Is as attractive as it Is varied and many of 1 the models shows designs ot this years vintage Decidedly the most effective of tho parasols for allaround use are the em broidered linens A woman who is clover with her needle may trans form a plain unassuming linen sun shado Iowa chic embroidered affair that might havo como straight from Paris on tho latest steamer A sunshade of white linen with one of tho now square light wood handles doy theis the parasol with carbon paper It Is then worked out In coronation braid floesllA1 YPRETTY SILK WAIST Blouse of silk made with I headed by fagoting and tuckll yoke fashioned with a heavy broidery closefitting sleeves fre itencircled with tucks headed by tho fagoting and aro finished nt tho wrists with ruffles of tulle or lace tShepherd Plaid Coats Few women feel thelhselves fixed+ for the summer without a loose top coat hanging In tho closet They i seem moro necessary in spring and I summer than in winter Tire are the height of fashion and 1i fortunately they pre not always expensive Tho fashionable ones como in n dull white camels lair serge and in a black and whlto shepherds plaid They ars loose have many pockets are made Alth long sleeves and reach to within four inches of tho LOklolI Tho coronation braid is to be sowu on in the space between tho doublo lines This outlines tho flowers leaves and stems and forms an inner line on each flower petal Small white French knots are worked between the two rows of braid Tho petals are filled in lightly with long satin stitches of irregular lengths with delicate pink floss Tho effect ot the glossy texture ot the silk is ex tremely pretty The center of the flower is composed of one largo yellow dot surrounded by tiny rose colored French knots The lent and leaves are of the coronation braid and the latter are filled in with palo green floss color cbcmo is charmingly dainty and would harmonize with almost any cos tumeA sunshade decorated in this way would be an attractive addition to tho trousseau or to the outfit for college commencement festivities It would bo highly appreciated as a graduation gift or wedding present and is equally suited to town and country use FABRICS OF SILK AND WOOL Latest Decree of Fashion Has Overshadowed Everything Previously In Vogue There are more silk and wool ma terlals put on the counters each week New ones that were kept until Into in the season havo been shown to tho public These aro made up into coat suits or onepiece frocks and aro often striped Some of tho colors come with a plain surface for the skirt and a striped surface for the coat Sllk and wool bongallno Is possibly tho favor- Ite of them all The corded fabrics are in the height ot fashion The idea oven runs Into shantung and pongee There seems no end to the latter weave It overspreads everything else Just why is hard to say for It is rather ragllko when made up and cannot be depended on for graceful linesSome of tho weaves are delightful for house frocks and as the material has practically no jvelght it makes a most comfortable frock for this hot climate Ono of tho latest weaves In It has a diagonal cord through it It Is very wide and heavy much like tho stylish serge wo have worn all winter Cleaning Tan Shoes A raw white potato cut In halves and peeled Is excellent for this pur pose Ruh the potato which must bo freshly cut well Into tho leather lean- Ing no part untourhed Let this dry on then polish wllri a rag with a light quick motion A little turpentine on a flannel rag is also a good cleanser for tan leather while severe drops ot lemon or orange juice give a brilliant polish to any leather Olive oil with a brisk afterpollsh is usual on patent leather ROOSEVELT HITS TRUST POWER EXPRESIDENT CONDEMNS ALL FORMS OF TYRANNY Compares the Rule of the Corpora tlons with That of ia flood thirsty Mob New York Former President Roosevelt in an article In tho Out look of which ho IB an tsaoclate editor discusses political problems which confront the United States through the development of power by the great corporations Taking for his subject The Thral dom of Names Mr Roosevelt says it behooves our people never to bo mis led by designing people who appeal to the reverence for or antipathy to ward a given name in order to achieve some alien purpose The rule of a mob ho declares may bo as tyran meal and oppressive as the rule of a single Individual and the rule of an oligarchy whether this oligarchy Is a plutocracy or a bureaucracy maybe an sordid and bloodthirsty as that of a mob but tho mob leaders usually state that all that they aro doing is necessary in order to advance the cause of Liberty whllo the dictator and oligarchy are usually defended upon the ground that tho course they follow Is absolutely necessary so as to recure order Many excellent people aro taken in by the use of the word liberty at the one time says the ex president and the use of the word order at the other and ignore the simple fact that despotism Is despotism tyranny tyranny oppression oppression whether committed by ono individual or by innay Individuals by a state or by a private corporation All forms of tyranny and cruelty must alike be condemned by honest men Wo n this country havo been very fortunate Thanks to tho teaching and Iho practice of the men whom we mos revere as leaders of the men likeWashlngton and Lincoln wo have hthcrto escaped the twin gulfs of despotism and mob rule and we have never been in any danger from the worst forms bf religious bitter ness Out we should therefore bo all the more careful as wo deal with our Industrial and social problems not to fall nto mistakes similar to those which have brought lasting disaster on iess fortunately situated peoples JEALOUSY CAUSES TRAGEDY Young Actor Shcloti Three Men at Fairfield III Killing One of Them Fairfield 111 Jealousy led to the slaying of Charles F LeIninger vet erinary surgeon and secretary of tho Wayne County Fair association and tho shooting of two other young men one of whom may die In this city Frank M header McCullough Is dying at his home with a bullet through his stomach the ball passing entirely through him Richard Sloan is shot through tho thigh and may bo crippled for life Tho triple tragedy Is the outgrowth of a feud between several of the young men of the town and members of a traveling show tho Harrington theater company who have been here since June 7 Jealous of tho attentions the show men have paid certain girls of Fair field ono of their number Herbert Orrin PinnIck was assaulted a few nights ago after accompanying a young woman homo from the show He was waylaid by some unidentified person and severely beaten Wednesday night about 11 oclock another young actor was accompany ing a girl homo and Plnnlck known as Zeke walked along not far dis tant to help protect his chum Three young men attacked PInnick in a shaded part of West Main street al most on the doorsteps of the county coroners home and beat him Three shots were fired and Plnnlck bruised and bleeding ran Into a pri vate residence where he bid until Sheriff Bozartb came for him giving himself up Ho is in jail ExJudge Prison Librarian Jollet 111 Abner Smith wrecker of tho flank of America now known as convict No 1920 was appointed penitentiary librarian to succeed Newton C Dougherty of Peoria Dougherty at ono time tho super- Intendent of schools of PeorIa and the custodian ot school funds who was convicted of fraudulent banking was given tho place as prison librarian shortly after his incarceration two years ago Smith who gave his ago as 66 years and whose health is poor was given the office position by Warden E J Murphy Veterans Newark OTho feature of the closing day of the O A R encamp ment of Ohio was the parade of vet eransThe parade was reviewed by GovI Harmon n id staff Charles H ton of Marietta was elected depart ment commander and O DT Hunt of Newark was chosen senior vicecom wander Xenia was selected as tho place for holding the next encamp ment Wants America to Hold Off London Great Britain has asked America not to press hot claim for participation in the HankowSzo Chuen railroad loan of 27500000 which British German and French bankers stand ready to take up MrS Kaufmann Escapes with Fine Flandreau S D31rs Emma Knuf mann accused of tho murder of Agnes Polrols n domestic way found guilty of battery and sentenced to pay a fine of 100 or to servo 60 days In Jail The fine was paid Pauls Second Missionary Journey Sunday School Lesson for July 4 1909 Specially Arranged for This Paper LESSON TEXT Acts 15351515 Mem ory verses 9 10 GOLDEN TEXTCome over Into Macedonia and help usActs 169 Suggestion and Practical Thought Pauls Second Great Missionary Campaign The Patriotism of Mis sionsPlanning for the Second Missionary Campaign Acts 1536 39 Tho lee son for today connects with the eighth lesson of our last quarter which describes the epoch making gathering at Jerusalem to settle the disputed questions concerning the reception of the Gentiles into the church with the Jews New Work In Old Fields Acts 1540 16110 Barnabas and Mark went to Cyprus where the family of Barnabas belonged Acts 43C and where he went with Paul on the first missionary journey Acts 13412 Paul started on his journey alone but was joined by Silas at Lystra as wo learn from the pronouns he In vs 13 but they In v 4 and thereafter At Lystra Paul also found a young man named Timothy to be his associate and helper In place of Mark Ho was converted as the re sult of Pauls labors on his first jour ney 1 Tim 12- Journeyings Through Asia Minor In his former Journey Paul went by sen In this ono he went by land Wending his way northward from Antioch ho crossed through tho CHIcIan Gates a long defile In tho range of mountains which separated Syria from Clllcla Gradually turning to the left around tho Gulf of Issus he went In a southwest direction till ho came to his native city and homo atTarsusWhat and Silas Did on This TourThey confirmed the churches Acts 15411 making them strong establishing them on n firmer basis Ono means of doing this was by del- iverIng to them tho decrees lately ordained at Jerusalem concerning the Gentile Christians lv 4 One result was a largo Increase of membership v G Were come to Mysla the province In which tho port Troas was situated Assayed were planning attempting to go into Blthynla on the north In which are modern mission stations south ot tho Black sea But the Splr it suffered them not Every way but the one tho Spirit wanted them to go was hedged in and thus they learned tho right way The Macedonian CaLAnd a vision appeared to Paul In the night v 9 in order to guide him in tho right way The vision was of a man of Macedonia sd recognized by his dress or by his words Como over into Macedonia and help us Paul had heard before the call to missionary work now bo hears the call to the place of work The Beginnings of Christianity In Eu ropeVsll15 The four missionaries immediately sail from Troas in a straight course CO miles to the Island of Samothracla tho first day The next day they sailed 7G miles to Neapolls New City Naples the sea port of PhilippI Thence ten miles by land or by tho river to Philippi LYdia the First European Chris tlan13 And on the Sabbath Note how Paul spent his Sabbaths Went out of the city there probably being no synagogue in the city by a river side where prayer was wont to be made A modern parallel un til quite recently was tho Protestant place of worship at Rome which was compelled to bo outside the city beyond the Porta del Popolo And spako unto tho woman which resorted thitherThe first of his converts was a noted woman named Lydia v 14 a merchant a dealer In purpledyed fabrics and garments made In Thyat Ira ono of the seven cities of Asia to which messages in revelation were sent She and her family became members of tho church by baptism and she entertained the missionaries In her own home Such guests are a blessing to any home not angels un awares but by Invitation It may bo said of Paul Whereer he met a stranger there he left a friend Missions and Patriotism It being the Fourth of July when every Amer ican Is boiling over with some- expression of the spirit of it may ho well to remind pntrlotlsmI giving to missions sions and consecrating himself to missions pro among the most patriotic acts ho can perform For every feel Ing is strengthened and developed by being put into action These words of Dr Nebemlah Boynton are striking and true Ours Is a country of prairies and muscle and Rocky mountains said Walt Whitman But Sidney LanIer the poet in a burst of flab indignation turned and said to Whitman Whitman you can not make a republic out ot muscle and prairies and Rocky mountains Republics are mado of spirit Aye Republics are made of spirit and If ours is to bo Indeed n Christian republic It must be made of a Christian spirit and only one spirit can save us and that Is the Spirit of our Lord and Savlous Jesus Christ You can not save America simply through your pulpits or the churches which you build You must have also tho Sundry school And wo must add that the Sunday school must bo filled with the spirit of missions which ia also the spirit of patriotism For as patriotism means selfsacrifice so does the support of missions call for tho pracco of self denla 1885 Berea College 1909 Y FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of all Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states t Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed withothertiliko himself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures library and general advantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught In tho right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Free text booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursmg Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely finished common branches The most practical and interesting studies to i fit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered in this course Po that a young man may secure a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady In Homo Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable SmallPv extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin German Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses wlttt use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for tho 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 neces sary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Plano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a moneymaking Institution All tho money re colved from students is paid out for their benefit and tho School expends on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year more than ho pays in This great deficit is mado up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people who are supporting Berea in order that it may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to protect the character and reputation of tho young people Our students como from tho best families and are earnest to do well and Improve For any who may be sick the College provides doctor and nurso without extra charge x All except thoso with parents in Berea live In College buildings and assist in work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable training and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except in win ter 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 to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from CO cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage hooks etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate Is tho best but as students must attend classes regardless of tho weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The CooperaI tlve Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost Tho College asks no rent for tho fine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of beddingtand towels For tablo board without coffee or extras 135 a s the fall and 150 in winter For room furnished fuel lights wash Ing of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring 50 cents In winterISCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This is paid but once and Is returnod when the student departsISecond an Incidental Fee to help on expenses forcaro of school build ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or servIces of teaehors all our Instruction Is a freo gift The Incidental Fee for most WIthLatinPAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE incidental fee and room rent by the term board by tho halt term Installments are as follows FALL14 weeks 2950ln one payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2105 Including 100 deposit middle of term 945 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Berea College on payment of term bills byiha stu f dent in person or n brother or sister If presented within four terms The first day of Fall term is September 14 1909 The first day ot Winter term Is January 4 1910 Tho first day of Spring term is March 30 1910 For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the men and boys who see it The mountain people liko u good thing when they see It and to get a 76 cent knife with two blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the moun 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 have not gof it you pught to have I iTHE FARM II HOME VEGETABLE GARDEN liT F O CIAIIK- COVnNUHDlt9- Q The successful trAnsplantlng ot young plants In the garden depends largely upon their proper treatment I before their removal TaU and spindling plants will not stand the change and the heat The should bo hardened oft This is us ually accomplished by thinning and by keeping them dry t The bed should not become so dry that the plants will wilt But they should be slightly checked in their growth They should be exposed to direct sunlight before transplanting i All work with the young plants should be done In the evening or transIplantingbefore the removing of the youngI plants they should bo well that the soil will stick to the roots If It is so sandy that the soil then drops off from the roots the plan should be lowered into soft clay mud This forms a coating over the root system and prevents the air from dhI ing the roots If the soil Is quite dry a lIttle water should be placed in the holeI and the soil packed firmly arour them It tomato plants grow real tall i they can be burled above the firstI Joint of the stomp not so with sweet potatoes and cabbage plants Frequent and shallow cultivation should be used In the garden during dry weather the depth should not be greater than two or three Inches The average garden should be worked at least six times This should be done as soon as the ground is suffl deritly dry after every hard rain No crust should be allowed to form The single and double shovel plows should not be used In the garden for r small plants they may be used only I i J v NEWS OF THE WEEK 1 I Continued from First rage New York to England d in 4 days IiIhours and 21 minutes fifty 1 quicker than It has ever been before The average speed wasdoneI 88 knots nearly thirty miles hourCHINESE KILLED GIRL Miss Elsie Sigel a granddaughter ot Gen Sigel one of the Union commanders during the Civil War was shockingly murdered about ten days ago in New York The body was not discovered till last Friday when it was found in a trunk in the room ot a China man The girl had been a missionary attempting to Christianize Chinamen and It is said had fallen In love with one very Interesting one named Leon Ling He Is said to have had other white women in love with him Tht body was found In his room and he is missing and It is supposed that he killed the girl in a fit of Jealous rage The Chinese Masons called the Hoop Sing Tong have taken up the search for him and it they are really In earnest there is no doubt that he will be caught but It Is like ly that the socley will kill him with out a legal trial WATCH FOR THE BIG COMET We who live In 1909 have a chance to see the most famous comet which Is known to science This comet has appeared every ears for at least 150 years and is to appear again this fall scheduledI 1Itwill be visible to the next spring and continue to be t a brilliant object all next summer It is Impossible to predict preciselyIf where or when the comet or how large it will be but Its behavior can In a general way bo Judged from its past appearances It is like ly that the tall will be a hundred million miles long and stretch over about half of the visible sky At Its closest approach to the earth It will be 23 000000 miles from us Superstitious people have always believed that the coming of this comet foreshadowed wars and great disasters and wo may expect to hear some such thing when it appears this time IN WASHINGTON Continued from First Pagi tariff will permit it to do The Cana I diane pay their workmen more than our workmen In the same business are paid so that the trust In this country does not need IlrotectlonI against pauper labor It far better for the American public if I the paper and pulp of Canada were allowed to come Into this country free of duty Our forests would not beI cut down at such an alarming rate to supply pulpwood and our paper would be purchased moro cheaply since the grasping trust would find Itself In competition with honest comp I tltors paying a fair wage In view 4 of all these facts the House of Repre sentatives in the Payne Bill cut down the tax on wood pulp and pa per by one half The Senate has calmly replaced the duty at its for Iimerrate There has of course been I t with plants that are nearly grown Every gardener should have a five tooth cultivator This can be adjust ed to varying conditions From three to five dollars buys a wheel hw which will pay for Its self in one year In many small gardens we do not wish to put the rows far enough apart to use a horse and if thcj are from twelve to fourteen inches a part the wheel hoe lessens the work by one halt But some one will say I have been doing all these things and etI the Insects and diseases destroy 01I garden The great causo of I enemlnes is that we allow them to exist all the rest of the year and only try to fight them when they are working on the young plants Wo must learn to fight them all the year round In the autumn after the crops have been harvested the old refuse plants should be plowed under or removed and not allowed to re main In litho Many of our garden insects such as bugs and bettles winter under old board piles and dead vines and leaves If these wintering places are removed there will be fewer Insects Many dead vines are covered with diseases and Insects eggs These should be burned All the bugs that eat the leaves may be destroyed by poisoning the leaves Fine wood ashes may be used for cabbage worms and striped bugs that work on cucumber and squash vines Many of the prepared Insect pow ders are useful but many more are not worth putting on If we destroy the wintering places use Paris green and do not allow the plants to stand too thick we will have better success with our gardens a storm of protest this week from reforming Senators But after all it Is probable that the Senate leaders merely wish to use this rate fur trad Ing purposes when the Bill is In conference between the two houses concessions on each side are land by the other Bradley has been seriously unwell for several days Senator Paynter this week started out to make a ten minute speech on the steel schedule Unfortunately he began by citing the tax on steel in the first tariff law of July 2 17S9 and this scared the Senate Into expecting a three hour speech from such a be ginning and consequently deserted Senator Paynter almost entirely with i the flrst few moments of hie brief effort i I WOMANLY WISDOM Charity always goes farther than It Is sent Preaching and practice are twins that often get separated Caring for things is better Ulan working hard to get money to buy thingsA without wrinkles on her brow seldom knows much ot the real Joys or sorrows of life Few of us ever have all we would like It is better for us so It Is like a spoiled child that gets everything be cries for Cut out some of the really unnecessary household work and take sometime outofdoors with the children I and thus renew your youth you go to bed at night IWhen clear of everything and goI o Failures hopes dreamsI everything let all go and rest up for the day that is coming Dont think it is a waste of time to rest a lIttle while now and then Lie flat on the bed or even on the floor stretch out at full length let go oJ everything and shut the eyes und rest Most of us keep keyed up too tight it wears us out more than the work we do When peas or string beans have lost some of their first freshness the ialf ot a small onion cooked with them seems to bring out the flavor and make them more savory Some ream added to the other seasoning itter the water Is poured oft also improves them Did you ever try to sew on a coat button with a single thread Few talks dothey think they must have double But tailors never do that lit because they know how apt the thread is to draw through uneven and get tangled up Just try it with a single thread and see it you will ever want to go hack to the old way To make a berry pia that will not run over line the tin with crust then put in two tablespoonfuls of sugar md mix with two tablespoonfuls of lour Fill with fruit sweeten sprinkle over this a few cracker crumbs Make plenty of slashes In the crust wet the edge of the lower crust then put on top crust and pinch upper rust well on the lower one From June Farm Journal r WHAT THE WORLD OWES TO- PRESBYTERIANISM ByREYACDlXONDD Putof MoodrChurch The Lord Qod omnipotent reign I IethRev 196 Phillip Schatf In his Creeds oti Christendom cardinal points in the Presbyterian creed 1 The sovereigntyof the Holy Scriptures as the rule ol Faith 2 Justia cation by Faith 3 Atonement by the bIo0dofChrist 4 The Doctrine of the Sacraments 6 Election by Free Grace In all Its official utterances the Presbyterian church has been loyal to the Bible as the Inerrant infallible word of God So far as I know it has nevei uttered a word through any official channel casting a doubt upon the BI- ble as the authoritative word of God On the contrary it has made religious unbelievers very uncomfortable in 1U ranks questionclares that the heart of Its teaching Is In the word Imputation L The Im putation of Adams sin to the race 2 The Imputation of our sins to Christ 3 The imputttion of Christs righteous ness to us The basis of alF this Is atonement through the blood of Christ Though Presbyterianism exalts the ordinances of the church Into sacraments there is no cleansing power in the water of baptism nor Is there transsubstantlatlon or consubstantla tlon In the Lords Supper Election by free grace gives us the secret ol the blessings which have come to the world through the emphasis which Presbyterianism has placed upon the consoII sovereign ho has the right to wand It Is our duty to obey Sin comI belllon against a sovereign God reigns In righteousness Salvation has its source in the love and mercy of a sovereign God LibertyThis doctrine of Gods SOT erelgnty and mans consequent responsibility has done moro than any other one thing to break the rule of tyrants and give to I the world civil and religious liberty It God is sovereign no man has aright to lord It over his fellows All i are equal before God and nil should serve him while they accord to every I one else the samo privilege The men who in our history threw hajotbelievedness and that It was not right In his sight to pay taxes without represen tatlon In parliament Faith In tho i sovereignty of God inspired the sen tence In the Declaration of liWepond once AH men arc created equal When tho people lose sight of the sovereignty of God and become willing to acknowledge the sovereignty 01 any man however great civil lib erty Is at an cud if a tyrant Is on the throne MissionsThe gnty of God and mans consequent responsibility has In spired and carried forward the great foreign missionary move manta if the church When the duke of Wellington was asked his rcIpliedders he emphasized the sovereignty andInot so much because China needed him as becauso ho had heard the voice of his sovereign God saying I Go ye Into all the world and preach thq spel to every creature It was this voice of a sovereign God which sent Livingstone to Africa Carey to India Judson to Burmah and Paton to the New Hebrides RevivalsThe of Gods sovereignty and mans consequent responsibility has made great preachers and produced great revivals In tha was the secret of Pauls success as a preacher He spoke as the ambassador of a sovereign Cod Finney was so powerful in his appeals to the reason and wills of men because he brought to bear upon them the pressure of Gods sovereignty which demanded that they surrender their wills and use their reason for his glory Charles H Spurgeou the greatest preacher of the last century was mastered by his faith in tho sov erelgnty of God and D L Moody was like him in this for he often said It God should tell me to have my own way I would ask him to have his way in my life When a sinner is led to believe in the sov erelgnty of God he will be convinced of sin as rebellion against his king and to every Christian comes great comfort in the faith that his father Is supreme ruler of the universe and will somehow make all things work together for good to them that love God Heaven means a place where Christ Is sovereign over all None dispute his sway Crown him king in tour heart and Ute Then you need not go to heaven to be happy Heaven hn come to you GOOD HEALTH Dr Cowley tells how to get and keep it A series of articles each ones which may be worth the price of a doctors bill or a coffin Especially prepared for The Citizen DO WE LOVE THE BABY CLOTHING Keep them warm Let the under clothing bo soft wool or flannel and not too tight- Stockings should reach above the knees No part of the legs should bo bareThe arms should be protected by long sleeves Alit The windows should be kept open a little at the top all the time Chll dren should be taken out ot doors as much as possible In tine weather and allowed to have a nap out ot doors once a day well covered and protect ed from draughts Where possible chll dren should sleep alone WASHING A child should be washed all over with soap and warm water every day When the diapers are changed which should be done as often as they are wet or soiled the parts should bo gently but thoroughly cleansed and powdered to prevent the skin from getting sore FOODThe proper food for an infant hits mothersmilk which should be give at regular Intervals every two hours for the first two months every two and a half hours during tho third month and after this every three hours till the child Is weanedthis should be done not soouer than eight months and not later than 12 months of age It the mother has not sufficient milk she should take a cup of milkgruel or chocolate half an hour before the feeding It for any reason the mother Is not ablo to nurso the child entirely she should not wean It but give it additional feedings of cows milk di luted according to the formulas given here Cows milk must never be gives undiluted to a child under six months and better not till eight months Eagle brand condensed milk properly diluted may be used but never for more than 2 or three weeks at a time Longer use ot It makes children fat but unhealthy Continued next week PLEADS FOR CHILDREN The Second Whirlwind Campagln for public education In Kentucky will bo conducted from Monday June 58 to and including Saturday July 3 The oatlre State will be covered by speak art of exceptional ability You know something ot tho great awakening last year the results have been very gratifying I am asking you to haw a vital part in the oauipftlga for the fwhople need Is grant To title end I designate Sunday June 57 to be PUBLIC SCHOOL SUNDAY awl 1 ask that over clergyman In the Commonweal minister lttttor rector iweaeher or whatever his title may be will deliver on title day In hla own chureh at least one address OKPUU LIC EDUCATION IN KENTUCK- Yt Iwpo that your churches will be especially decorated that special mu to will be rendered that all tho children will bo Invited to be present and especially that you will Invite the pa rents and the bualnoaa and protection al men of the community It seems to that you could do np butter sere lice to your church to your community and to society than to participate en thusiastically thus In this educational campaign The regular speakers will begli their active work Monday Juno 28 Each county will have a special Rally Day an allday openair meet ing with an additional special speaker for the occasion The campagln is booming the fight Is on tho reports are more than encouraging Remember our slogan For the Boys and Girls and the Commonwealth For an advance educational move mat In Kentucky NOW I am Very truly yoursJ G CRABBE Superintendent KENTUCKY SCHOOLS Superintendent ot Vubllc Instruction J G Crabbe says It is often stated with much empha sls that Kentucky does more for public schools than any State save three 0r four This is held up to the people of the State as the whole truth but the statement is only a part of the ruth and as a whole Is very false From the State Treasurer she does more than any other State except hree or four but from all sources he amount she gives Is far down In the list Massachusetts has about the same population as Kentucky As 0 State from the State Treasury Kentucky gives Tar more to her school than does Massachusetts but from all sources Massachusetts gives far more than Kentucky For every dollar that Kentucky pays her public schools lassachusetts pays 617 and upon the same basis Ohio pays 592 from all sources These statistics are from the latest retort from the Bureau ot Education at Washington What is the result In such Inequality ot educational advantages in these States The result is that a vast majority of the best paid educa tional positions in Kentucky aro held by persons from other States Thresh- Ing machines mowing machines moro than CO per cent ot the wagons used In the State and many other items ot manufactured goods are purchased from the very States that pay this increased amount for public education Yet we have all the means at hand for producing these things save two namely education and enterprise which emanates from It This only hints at the conditions that really exist We do not mean tha we should put up a Chinese wall of exclusion but we mean that Ken tucky should be able to send out her Influence as well as to receive train other States We retrain from paying school taxes to the exceedingly great misfortune ot our boys and girls It Kentucky hopes to meet tho require ments ot civilization in tho twentieth century she must prepare her citizen for that work All revolutions all betterment of the people lu clvlllzntlo must come from the enllghtmcht and training ot the mind ot tho citizen There is no other way to meet the demand of better and more noble things The laws of nature are Im mutable There are no officers who can pardon from tho operation oC- her laws The individual must meet and must reap that which ho has sown HOW MUCH ARE YOU WORTH whorlsEvery man not sick is worth one dollar a day from his neck down that is his body can do work worth that much even It he has no head And every man who earns snore than that earns It with his head The question about each man IsKUow- much is ho worth from his neck up How about you What are you get ting out of your upper end 1 How much dividends is your head paying your pocket Couldent you use a little more money If you had It Or are you satisfied with what you are get tingIJ you are satisfied all right dont let us wake you up But It you do want to get ahead to make brains pay moro money then tinpay you to read this little article You oant get any thing but noise out of an empty barrel and the nolle is not very pleasant at that If you are going to get anything out lot your head you have got to put something lutolt Whatever you do put In will pay big dividends It OUR be proved that a dollar put Into your brain will pay snore than a UkI amount put any where elM on oartb unlaw it to fitven to the Lord You I lane got to put thing Into your brains It you are going to make say I money out of thanAsd no matter low mush you may have put into your brain It you want more money out of It you nave got to put users In tint The only way to lnera your Income from brain to to Inereaso your Inves meatIIt has been proved by years of Bxtterience that there Is no way ot getting so iiiuoh from your brain loud for your money as In taking a newspaper It costs only a few cent end It Is cbusk full ot good things There Is money for you In every copy of tif you have some enough to see and will enough to practice It All the progress of the world them days is being made by reading men and the boat form ot reading is tho newspaper Are you getting your share It ou want your brain to Improve you will want to take a newspaper Are you doing It1 It not the sooner tart tho better youI 10 KEEP LIGHT DRESSES Magnesia may be obtained either in I powder or In square cakes and its very effective in cleaning laces and delicate fabrics Sift or rub It on the parts to be cleaned and lay hem away In a box or drawer whore hey will be undisturbed for a day or so and then shako them out It Is a very good plan to apply tho magnesia la this way when putting I way party dresses that have become lightly soiled The magnesia absorbs the dust and when you take tho dresses out to wear them tho next time they wilt be fresh and dainty The magnesia is also effective when applied in the same way for remov- Ing greasespots Womans Homo Companion for June About Housecleaning High finance Is making two shares of stock grow where but one grow before but womans crowning achievement whllo cleaning house Is to leave two rocking chairs in the dark spot whero one was never known before Detroit Free Press STILL AT LARGE As we go to press no trace has yet teen found of Ernest Hays who is wanted for the murder ot James 6- Lane at Dig Hill nor ot Leonard Ab ney who is accused of having urged 1 t THE MARKET Berea Prices Cabbage new 3c per lb Potatoes new 170 per bu r Eggs per dozen 151 Gc Butter per Ib 20 L BACON Salt slde12cB- reakfast Bacon IBc Premium Bacon 22c HAMS s Country UcVr Premium 15c r Lard per Ib 12c Pure 14c E Fryers on foot 12V4c per lb v i lions on foot per lb Sc o t1 Feathers per lb 35c Hay No 1 Timothy 16 person s iL Common 14 per ton v Corn per bu 90100yWheat per bu 17B V as j Ties No 1 L N 84x7x9 46c culls 20c i k Live Stock f Louisville Juno 22 1009 CATTLK Shipping steers 5 00 6 25 Beef teen and fat heifers 3 CO G 75 Cows 350 500 Cutters N 2 00 3 50 Canners 1 00 2 25 hulls 2 00 4 2fFeeders SCO 476 Stockers 2 25 4 CO Choice milch cows 35 90 42 CO Common to fair 15 00 35 00 I CALVES Best G 25 6iGJMedium 400 5 CO t Common 2 CO 4 001 HOGS 166 lbs and up 7 00 130 to 165 IbIS 1 20 Pigs S 65 665 toughs up to 680 SHEEP Best 10lUIJsI 8 25 Butcher lambs C 00 6 CO Culls 3 00 5 CO Boat fat sho p 4 25 4 ID MESS PORK 1110c + a HAMS Choice sugar cured light and special cure 14C and 110 heavy to medium 14oB- REAKFAST BACON 1740 BIDES 13Sc- BELLIES lie- SIiOULDEfiS liye DH1KD BEEF 18o LAUD iniro tUrcos ISHa tub 12 pure leaf tierces 1SC firkins cItubs lie KGOS Case count ISo BUTTKR Packing IS a Elgin cream any 00 Ib tuba SSfec prints OO V4c POULTRY Hens lltte roosters Cc springers Is and N c dieke Se tur keys 1 G geese Be WHBAT NO S red 118 No 3 I46 OATS New No I white bSc No 3 mixed OOe CORN No S white TSc No 3 mix i ed c- ItBNo Northern 9tJc Hays to boot and who has also dk appearedA of two hundred dollar Jin been affr l for the arrest sad detention of the two ruse or of 100 fur the arrest and detention of either 111t rT HAYS sentI follows They are both young men r 0Hayshigh has light blue eyes mediumr light hair medium heavy eye brows weight about 145 bounds Abney Is about five feet eleven inches high complexion dark and J1USAnUA us 1Y black hair and brown eyes has a little Impediment In his slleechIweight about ICO pounds f ee e e O o f Vicinityo i 0 o GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES m j G 0 O8 ooolOOOOO DR BEST r DENTISTCITY OFFICB OVER POST OFFICE L N TIME TABLE SOUTH BOUND Local Cincinnati 646 a m 825 p m 1 BEREA 1114 a m 1226 p m NORTH BOUND Knoxvllle 630 a mv 1100 p m mkx 610 p m 765 IL m Cincinnati 630 a m 825 p mto s t BEREA 1112 a m 1225 p m kl Knoxvlllo 700 p m G60 a m EXPRESS TRAINSStop to let off or or tako on passengers from beyond r Cincinnati SOUTH BOUND t Cincinnati 815 a m BEREA 1202 p m 1 NORTH BOUND l BEREA 436 p ni J Cincinnati 835 p m i Miss Ethel Todd returned Saturday from Oberlin 0 whore she has been in school for the put year Sho ox pacts to bo hero about two months t t A small party went to Anglin Falls 4 Wednesday on a picnic Mr and Mrs Carl Hunt are spending a part of the suuiuim in J Burdettoa summerhouse on the mountain for their health Mr and Mrs J W Evans wero In Richmond last Friday Tho Richardson Bros have just re ceived a largo stock of goods and will run a five and ton cent store in a part of the new building on tho cor ner of Main and Prospect streets SI Mitchell lost a good horse Monday tho horso falling deadlustantly with out any apparent illness Myrtle Robinson has boon very slek for tho past few weeks at her homo on Center street Wo want your wool at the highest market price on Depot street A L Gott Co Mrs Eula Isaaoa and little son are i visiting Mn Isaacs parents Mr and Mrs J H Jackson this week MUM Mary Foe who has been tho guest of Mr and Mrs J Uurdette for the past two week left for her home at Grooraburg Inu last Friday Mlsb Ruby Smith visited at Mt Vernon from Friday until Sunday of last wk MlMoa Ruth and Ethel Putnam are at home for their summer vacation Miss Laura Robinson Is here from her home In Louisville visiting with t friends and relatives t Kldd Richardson and Bennet Fow ler left Sunday for Chicago j Miss Grata linker Is spending a few days with Miss Ann Sopor at Kingston Mrs It H Chrlsmau loft Monday for Cincinnati for a two weeks treat mont for bor ears FOR SALESmall Soda Fountain I In good condition Apply to J J arcnloaf Assignee Richmond Ky Whltley Mays one of tho most popular young mbn In school last yea5 will spond tho summer canvassing for Tho Citizen Word received here from Cincin nati regarding Mrs A E Thomson who underwent a serious operation therolast Thursday Is that sho Is doIng as well as can bo hoped for Mr and Mrs Stanley Frost will go It + n next Monday to Irvine to attend tho JI annual meeting of tho Stato Press Association We sell all kinds of feed coal Ice r cedar and locust posts and best quali r ty sawed shingles at lowest prices on the market Phone 169 Holiday Cot Railroad St Berea Ky Miss Alia L Houk of Mt Vernon who has been visiting Mrs Jno Moore for Commencement and the week fol lowing has returned to her home Mr A H Short who lives near Slato Lick has announced as a candl date for tho Republican nomination for magistrate of tho now enlarged districtMiss JennIe Davis of Mt Vernon was tho guest of Misses Stalls and Ella Adams during Commencement an J tho week following The Children s Day celebration at the Glade church will bo at 700 p- In Sunday Instead of 9 a m as was at first announced Tho Cooperative storo will bo open tho convenience of patrons thru ttthe summer from 1011 a m on Mon days Wednesdays and Fridays and i from 630 to 730 p m on Tuesday I and Thursdays you need a new hat the adver IIt of Shannon Sokup In this of the paper is well worth read- Ing If you dont need a now lint why read tho ad any waIt may save you money later I Tho Union Sunday School Is plan ning to have its annual picnic on Saturday July 3rd A full announce ment will be made next week WANTED News Tho Citizen Is a newspaper and we always want all tho news We have not time to call on every one In town every week and some times dont hoar important things till too late to print them And sometimes wo hear wrong But we want to print all the news and have It right So If you have any thing of Interest wo will bo mighty glad to have you call us up or drop in and if you dont and the Item gets over looked or Is wrong dont blame us Remember tho phone Is No 16 and the office is open all day and we want news Mr T F Gulnn was taken serious ly 111 Sunday morning but Is somo betterMr and Mrs Deo Lana Young who have been hero seeing after their children returnd to their homo in Kansas Monday accompanied by their son Willie Johnnie Gulnu who has been BO poorly the last month is no better A very delightful occasion on Friday Juno 18 was a bountiful dinner given tai about thirty relatives and friends by Dr and Mrs J W Williams at their home on Prospect street In hon or of their thirtysecond wedding anniversary Dr Williams fiftyfourth birthday and as farewell dinner for their daughter Mrs J T Tuttle and children of Tulsa Okla All report a most enjoyable time Preparations for opening the now hotel tho Daniel Boone Tavern are being pushed and It Is expected that business there will begin about Sept 1 Tie lawn has been sodded linen closet stocked and Mr Taylor will soon begin buying furniture An extra window has been put iit the dining room and extra ventilation secured In other places making the place as healthful as It Is attractive rho rato will bo 2 a day but liber al special rates will be made for weekly boarders A sign bearing a portrait of Daniel Boono will soon be hung before the porch A very pleasant occasion followed the meeting of the Union Sunday School this week when Mr Burgess called the teachers together and gave oaol1a white carnation In tokun of hit appreciation of their work and fellowship The Rev Dr Record of Plkevlllo Ky was a pleasant visitor over Sun dayA social will bo given by tho Y P S O E of the Union Church Friday night at 630 p m In front of Lincoln hull All young people aro cordially InvitedMrs Wm Dager Is visiting In Rey nolds Ill- Howard Gamble is making a short visit to his home in Purcell Okla PRECINCT CONVENTION Under tho call ot tho Republican County Committee e convention of the Republican voters of Derea precinct will be held In the public school house Saturday at 200 p m for the purpose of choosing delegates to tho County Convention In Richmond the following Saturday At tho county convention a Republican ticket for county offices will bo nominated Tho representation at the County Conven tion Is on a basis of one vote for each twentyfive Republican votes or major portion thereof cast In the last election On this basis Berea has nine delegateae LIBRARY OPEN Summer days are good days for read ing while tho thermometer climbs ono can become absorbed in tho pages of an Interesting book and forget dis comfortThere is one very pleasant placo In Derea In which to spend an afternoon thru tho summer days and that Is the College Library It is open from 2 to C p m every week day except Wednesday and Friday On theso two days it is open from 630 to 830 p m- On Sunday p m it will be open here after from 3 p m till the supper boll rings but books aro not charged on Sunday Any ono Is welcome at any time in tho library and may uso the papers and magazines In tho reading room whether entitled to draw books or not EuphemIa 1C CorwIn I oo o soer e oe I College Items o 0- i HERE AND THERE o o 0- oaeoo m m o eSe e e O Miss Myrna Walker clerk In the Treasurers office will go on her vacation July 1 Between now and then she will bo visited by her sister Miss Catherine Walker of Dayton Ky Ilozeklah M Washburn who has been studying In a Theological Semi nary at Louisville Is In town for a visit with friends Mr and Mrs D E Cartmell who aro going to Delaware 0 to make their home will leave here next Tuesday Mr Taylor will go with them as far as Cincinnati on a busi ness trip- Albert Osbprno Zeal Logan and Foraker Thornton who went west for the summer have reached Belgrade Mont and are at work there The work is unusually pleasant for tho business men for whom they are work- Ing are Interested In having tho town have a good baseball team and the boys get a couple of hours off every afternoon to practice Also Osborne and Thornton are playing In tho town band Friends here of Ralph Osborne will be glad to learn of this successful graduation from Wheaton College last WednesdayIt that Mrs Will C Gamble who has recovered her health after several months treatment In Cincinnati will return home about ThursdayMrs aFrost and hoctwo younger children left Monday noon for Oberlln where they will attend the graduation of Norman Frost They will then proceed to Chautauqua where they will spend the summer OberlinI turn to spend as much time hero as the hot weather will allow Miss Fredla Rocsche who will take Miss Ada Philllpps place as secre tary In Mr Gambles office arrived Wednesday Miss Phillipps will re- maIn here somo time introducing her successor to tho duties of her of fice Miss Winifred Campbell left Saturday for her homo at Clarence Ill Mrs Staples of Austin Texas is visiting Miss Moore at the Hospital Miss Sadie Burgess who has been visiting friends In New England and Xoria Scotia Is expected home Thurs dayProf and Mrs DInsmoro and Messr Faulkner Lewis Caltee and Seale and the Ariel Quartette went Tuesday to attend tho State Educational As sociation meeting at Irvine Congersvllle III Letter Cougervillo III June 21The farmers of this vicinity are all busy going over their corn the second time Sunday eve was Childrens night at Goodtleld Baptist church A largo assembly gathered to hear the little ones speak It was ah excellent pro gram Mrs H M Robinson was In Peoria shopping Thursday Miss Laura B Robinson returned homo Wednesday from Granvllle 0 whore she has been In school Mr and Mrs Jack Burton visited relatives In Holdar yesterday Mr and Mrs E JL Alexander entertained quite a number of friends yesterday at their home Among them were Mr and Mrs Anthony Smith and family Mr and Mrs James Clcininons and family Miss Mildred Wilson Mr Wade Kin dred Mr Harry Clemmons and wife Mr E M Alexander made a busi ness trip to Carlock Saturday CORRESPONDENCE Continued from rast raise with their work It has rained al most every day for over a week and the people say that they have bet ter crop of weeds than cornJames- R and Henry Qabbard were sick a day or two last weekMrs B J Combs and son Leonard visited her son Jno Combs on Cow Creek Saturday and SundayMr and Mrs Wm Helton are the parents of a new baby girl at their homeWm Reynolds M Js son has returned home from Cbrbln where he had been working B J Combs was at Boone vllle Monday and Tuesday =Corn is selling at 75 cents to 100 a bushel beI3rdThe Rev John B preach ed at Grassy Branch last Sunday to quito a large crowd Last Thursday evening Mr Chas Callahan and Miss Julia Mason of Rlcetown were united In the holy bonds of matrimony at the home of the brides father John Mason the Rev Cardell Roberts oC Wolf Creek officiating Congratula tions and best wishes for a happy and useful life There are a good many hogs around and about Rlcetown dying of cholera Uncle James Bak er of Rlcetown Is very poorly Mrs Margaret Moore whose illness we have reported Is still improving slowly TUAVHIKUS REST Travelers Rest Juno l1Thej base ball team of Travelers Rest played luamay Sunday June 13 Several boys went from hero to see the game Score 77 Martha Wilson and two daughters of Sturgeon visited W W Wilson SundayJ Wilson and wife Nora and Eliza Rowlett visited Miss Bum Begley Sunday June 13Wm Mayse shot and killed Daniel Beard June 9 He was moonshIning on Whit Oak Creek Mayse was trying to ar rest him Beard was well thought of by all tho people who knew him outside of his moonshlnlng Dude Woods and one of his cousins passed through here on their way homo from the commencement at Berea Born to the wife of F F McCollum two fine babies We are always glad to see Mr Albert Wilson a drummer of Kelogg and Co for he greets all with a pleasant smllo Mr Ira Row newIof Vincent and Ramp Pendleton of Idamay were In our town June 11 gathering up a huxter loadPalmer Scott a student of Berea who has been In tho picture business for quite uwhllo came home SundayTho mall route from Boonevillo to East Bern stadt has been changed leaving Trav elers Rest to the Right and does net come by Travelers RestAmall goes from Earnestvllle to Buck Creek and backJ G Rowlott Is planning to go to the Eastern counties some time this week in the interest of The Citizen and the Stetson oil CoA man by the name of Mason commltte suicide by taking acid while In Jail last Saturday at Boonevllle CLAY COUNTY 1IUHMNO SrilIXGS Burning Springs June 21People are very busy at present with their cropsT C McDaniel has a very nice piece of wheat Ho alms to cut next weekJamen Jewell arrived homo Juno 10 from Berea where he has been attending school Lee Jones was at Manchester the 17th and 18th holding the examination There are many applicants for our schools but it Is not yet known who will triumph over the restDora McDaniel has recently returned from Illinois be cause of the Illness of her mother Mrs Elialm McDaniel who has been very sick but Is some betterour Sunday school Is large and well attended M ro = Suffering Ladies are urged to follow the example of thousands of their sisters and take Cardui Cardui is a non mineral nonintoxicating medicine for womgpIt is for sick weak ladies with sick female organs ITAKE CARDUIIII It Will Help You It is n gcnuinp curative medicine that builds up painMrsBefore taking Cardui I had given up all hope of myleftand now Cardui has about cured my female trouble AT ALL DRUG STORES s A SUBLIME SUMMONSA Dr Janl was In prison in Stamboul he did not know why All he had been able to learn from the guards was that ho was arrested by tho or ders of tho sultan Ho had protested Innocence of all wrongdoing but with out avail lie had begged for time to put his affairs in order to write a few notes to friends to communicate with the ambassador or with the consul to send a telegram No all he was to downs to go with tho guards who had taken him directly to tho prison and locked him up with no hint of why or whereforeHe not so much as guess why he was there But then there had been others He remembered them well Montlnet tho orientalscholar who had lived In peace for years and suddenly had been summoned to be seen no more among his friends nor oven heard of by them There was Saloms who never hao1 returned from the ride he started out upon one after noon though his household waited days and weeks and months Then there was Morelli tho musician and little Grigo whom every one had loved whoso life had all joy and mer riincnt but who had vanished like the others as though changed to air Now his turn had come and why Ho could think of nothing whatever that could have offended anyone hold ing authority in Stamboul With his elbows on the rough table before him he looked back to the day when first ho saw the Thespian Dos phorus Ho had come for a months holiday and the magic scenery with its Infinity of panoramas had be witched him The one month had lengthened into 12 and the artist In him had been supremely happy Ap a physician too he had been attract ed by Stamboul but from a very dltV ferent reason than that which had at tracted tho artist namely the citys lilth Where there was so much filth there must be diseases probably strange diseases that western Europe know nothing of Ho had stayed on account of this filth and his reward had been ample as medals and diplomas In his quarters showed The literature of the east had been another charm to hold him Ho had delighted in It and had translated much Ho also had put some western stories Into Arabic and had won dis tinction by sb doing But it was all done now His lab oratory work his pictures his studies and translations wore of the time that has been He should never see his manuscripts or bo In his beloved studio again Ho like those others whom he had been thinking of had como to the end Ho might have known It Ho had been a fool but why Why Why He asked hIm- self with a sort of madness over again and again why Why should it be What had ho done Was he not useful Had he not done good Had he not saved lives He had lie had saved many lives Ho had taught the people how they might save themselves when diseases came Ho had been the friend of all and had never so much as thought of politics or ut tered a word about tho state Ho pressed his hands to his head and tried onco more to think staring at the dull blank wall before him Then the door of tho cell opened ant an officer came in You are Dr Janl he inquired- I am buttO You have been translating a story from the French which has been run fling ns a serial In the Weekly Cres centI have been translating a story from the French a romance In which there is not ono word that could give offense not a word that As before he was interrupted- I am commanded by the sultan said the officer that you aro to re- maIn here until the translation is fin ished His majesty desires to read the remainder of the story Immediately Whatever you may require for the task will be brought here with the greatest possible dispatch And so It happened that all was not over for Dr Janl Indeed so eager was tho sublime porto to have the story that he dispensed with the for mality of having the story written out and had tho doctor brought Into his study whero the translation was tin ished orally The sultan had many questions to ask the doctor read aloud which the man of medicine be- Ing learned In the literatures both of the east and of the west and being furthermore an artist was able to an swer and to illustrate in a way that gave the sultan the liveliest satisfac thou Instead therefore of never seeing his Stamboul home again the doctor returned there on the second day after his arrest wearing an especial decoration and driving In a royal carriage with an escort But ho was not qulto himself again for many weeks Meteor Seen In New Jersey The superstitious wero thrown Into consternation at the sight of a strange comet with a fiery tall In tho eastern sky about ten oclock the other night The big ball of bluish flame with a sputtering appendix of the same color appeared in the heavens at one min ute past ten oclock and traveled In a southeasterly dlrctlon So close did the meteoric object appear that It was beloved It would fall somewhere In New Jersey near Haddonfleld but in qulry brought the report that while tho light had been seen near there no meteor had fallen Philadelphia Evening Times 1 I SupertltlonThe to I refuse to transact business with any man who was preceded Into his office by a buzzing fly OnO day a broker Sngufored to be told In tho curtest manner possible that they could transact no business that day and not until a week later did he learn the reason for this unusua conduct After that the broker took good care to seo that BO flies were vHh him when he went into Mr Sages presence SoupA a Park row bench when his companion was over heard to say Do you know how jailNoput the water over a stovo and let It get hot Then they hang a leg of meat In the sun The reflection of tho sun on the meat strikes tho water and makes soupNew York Press For Emergency Sickness Evidence of poisoning is often shown when a person In previous good health is suddenly taken sick with vomiting prostration or other severe symptoms Such cases demand the most Immedi ate attention so that only by remov InstantlyIcan evil ef fects be warded ort Ballroom Dances In Limelight todiscovertho employment ot limelight In cer tain dances The most fascinating ef fects are slmly gained by turning out all lights and switching on different colored limelights over the heads of the dancers Thus a waltz danced In imitation moonlight Is said to bo a thing to dream of and the cotillon with rainbow colored lights Is ravishing r Steel Web Picket Fence Cheaper Than Wood The lowest ri ddIgarden catalog of lawn field hog and poultry fencing DEKALB FENCE CO DeKalb III Kansas City Mo rWEBUY You DLi IHIDESMOFURS GlnseegGolden are Dealers and can do better for OU merchanuReference Write for weekly rice list and ship ping tags We furnish wool bags free me SABEL SONS 5STAe4NIN 1838 229 E Market SL LOUISVILLE KY KlECTH H 1AM aad 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I Published trtrr Thnrtdij it linn Cy BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated Stanley Frost Editor and Manager p Subscription Rates f rAYABUt IN ADVANCE et Tear I 1 J S Six Months M r nrce Month 3 Stud money br Poet oaks or Kapteu Money Order Drift Re rUle red Letter or oat lad twi tampt deer pour lIme en label ihowi ut what date 0 ub criptlon lipild If n It na- t hinged within three eka atttr anew + Mettljrui 1 numbers will be Udtr supplied If wi ate notified Fine premiums cheap with new inbscrlptloni t t1n4prompt renewals Send for Premium tin 4 Liberal term stUll to my who obi alII ntw for at Aft ont lending ri font tirly ubKHptlouicinrecitTcThtCiUit Me hlmult for one year Advertising ratea on ppUctl yattaas or KENTUCKY FRKSS ASSOCIATION y e OPPORTUNITY IN SCHOOL WORK The school is no longer a mere watt y ing room for people in search of high er opportunities it has its own opera l ings and they are not all in university laboratories says the New York Even Ing Post Wo believe that very few college men realize what they might accomplish were they to train for school management or for high school teaching President Eliot spoke in the fullness of wisdom the other evening when he urged Harvard undergradu ates to engage in these lines of work adding that they are worthy of an accomplished man ot letters or of sci ence or a gifted administrator Some there are who still feign to look down upon the high school teacher or princi pal but the prejudice counts only against its cherlshers More than 10 000 high schools are now open many 4 of them are as largo as universities more prosperous than some and more advanced than our fathers colleges were Signs are abundant too that they will one day become in popular ti esteem as well as in fact the center of the American educational system But even if this does not happen they will certainly be numerous and strong enough to reward fittingly the man who trains himself for their work i If statesmanship in Germany and England has not gone sterile and diplomacy become imbecile some way of making and keeping the peace between those two countries will speedily be found The present situation of either as pictured by its own public men is growing rapidly to be Intolerable while their relations as expressed in the alarms and jealousies and re criminations over the desperate com i petition in naval armaments are dally becoming more bitter and tense It ever there was a chance for large statesmanship it is offered today on both sides ot tho North sea Unless skill IQ diplomatic adjustment has per- Ished there a road to conciliation and to lasting confidence and friendship will be found- Experiments In Germany go to show that airships are likely to be less dan gerous in war than many enthusiasts had anticipated In fact from latest reports the danger would seem to be the other way A Berlin dispatch asserts that it is almost impossible for dirigible balloons to escape the fire of field pieces and rifles The ships cannot rise high enough or make suf ficient speed to get out of range New and Improved artillery makes the chance of escape still less And the fate of on enemy in an airship hit by shells or balls from hostile weapons may be better imagined than de- scribedl Until aviation shall be brought to greater perfection the airship in war promises to be a negligible quan tity The government has been selling firearms of discarded patterns to any one who wanted them for a dollar apiece They are worth many times the price Some of the people who trophybuntersnament for a den Other purchasers it Is said belonged to the criminal classes and wanted the firearms for no good purpose Tho adoption of tho policy of holding the guns by the government Is under discussion They would come in very handy to arm a citizen soldiery in case of sudden war The New York agricultural law specifies tho necessary quantity of solids that must exist in milk in order to relieve that fluid of the stigma of adul teration A dealer was arrested for selling adulterated milk and though he proved in court that The milk was ex actly as it came from tho cow the su preme court of the state has just held that this circumstance Is no defense From which it appears that a cow may give adulterated milk and also that the saidk J 0 HEAR GOULD VALET MAN WHO WMJ HER PRIVATE SERVANT TELLS OF DRINKING CALLS CHAUFFEUR DEARIE Mistakes Auto Driver for Dustln Far num and Then Apologizes Wit nesses Say the Actor Was Often with the Millionaires Wife New York That Mrs How ard Gould was often with Dustin New York June 19That Howard Gould was often with DustinI Farnum an actor despite her testi mony to the contrary was shown by witnesses for tho defense in the suit for separation and 250000 alimony of the millionaires wife There was also Iteration by servants and personal attendants that Mrs Gould was repeatedly seen under the Influence of liquor by them and that when she had been drinking as they alleged on the stand she changed from a charming affable woman to a woman of whims and caprices illS tcmperednotnlco In her choice of lan guage overbearing and quarrelsome Her Valet on Stand Mrs Goulds onetime personal valet Harry J Veitch of Des Moines Ia swore that at one time he served his mistress with two quarts of Manhattan cocktails In as many days besides the wines and liquors which he said she drank at table On crossexamining these witnesses Clar ence J Shearn for Mrs Gould strove always to prove either that they had a personal grudge against her or that they were under obligation to Mr Gould Endearing epithets twice marked the testimony John H Kimball nn oil and paint dealer who said he had known Mr Gould for 18 years testified that he went to a performance of The VIr- ginian In August 1906 with Mr and Mrs Elijah Sells and the Goulds at the Academy of Music In this city and that Dustin Farnum the star In the play joined the party outside the playhouse after the performance and spoke to Mrs Gould She smiled the witness testified and said to the wit ness This is my new beau John Flynn who said he was em ployed by Mrs Gould as a chauffeur and that he often drove her to meet Farnum after the play testified that once when Mrs Gould was waiting In the automobile for Farnum at the Hotel Somerset two men turned to the actor as he came out at the hotel door and asked him whose automobile waitingOh Farnum laughing Flynn testified that Is my new one Called Chauffeur Dearie Another time Flynn swore when he rapped on Mm Goulds chamber door at the St Regis she called out All right dearie and then when she saw who It was excused herself with I thought it was Mr Farnum Mary Elizabeth Harrison a fresh checked good looking girl who said she was a floor clerk In the Bellevue Stratford hotel In Philadelphia pre faced her testimony with the explana tion that it was her first appearance In court She had been Impelled by her conscience she said to tell what she saw at the hotel Finally she wrote a letter to Mr Gould- I said In the letter she testified In obedience to the Golden Rule I write to you to help you if you are in trouble or something like that Mrs Gould occupied apartments on the floor where she was stationed in September 1906 the witness went on and one morning about 730 oclock she said she saw a man come out ot Mrs Goulds rooms and take the elevator She noticed that he was the only passenger in the car and that the dial registered fourteenth floor when the car stopped She described the man as tall with dark bushy hair and wearing a soft hat and a long coatThe defense contends that Dustin Farnum was staying on the fourteenth floor 01 the hotel at that time Big Turnfest at Cincinnati Cincinnati Some 6000 Turners from all parts of the country went into camp here Saturday for the an nual turnfest ot their national organl zation which will last ten days The Turners must live and sleep in tents while here and the people of Cincin nati have erected a large tent city that accords with the rules and regulations of the United States army It includes 60 shower baths and amply kitchen accommodations Faft Favors Trust Tax Washington I the recommenda tlons embodied in a messago sent to congress Wednesday by President Taft are carried out a tax of two per cent on the undistributed net earn ings of trusts and other corporations will be provided for In an amendment to the tariff bill and the Incomo tax question will be left to the states for settlement It Is believed the senate will adopt the presidents plan Omits Bible and Shakespeare New York The failure of Dr Charles W Eliot recently president of the Harvard university to Include the Bible and Shakespeare In his list of 25 books for the liberal education of any man Is causing much comment In literary and religious circles Flood at Salina Kan Sauna KnnThe Smoky Hill river here has reached the fund stage and 50 residences in the lower part of SaUna are surrounded by water I BEFORE ITS TOO LATE iCiJGEm Q iWttBd KILLS ILLINOIS PRIMARY LAW SUPREME COURT DECLARES THE ACT IS INVALID Registration Feature Chief Cause for Adverse Decision by States Highest Tribunal Springfield 111 The new pri mary election law of Illinois Is un constitutional taccording to an opinion of the supreme court The decision Is made In the case ot tho People on tho relation of Phillips against Sheriff Strasshclm of Cook county In which Phillips was indicted on the charge of making false affidavits at a pri wary election and obtains a writ of habeas corpus in tho states highest tribunalThe Supremo court holds that the primary law is unconstitutional because It requlres In section 44 that no person except persons registered at the last previous election can vote at a primary electionyet makes no provision for the registration of voters and because section 11 provides that the senatorial committees may by resolution decide how many candi dates each party may nominate for the legislature and that only that num ber of candidates may be voted for thus depriving the voters of their constitutional right under tho election law to vote for as many candle dates as there aro offices to be filled and to cumulate their votes For these reasons tho entire act Is de dared unconstitutional- In the case of Peabody against Treasurer Thompson of Cook county In which cass the lower court sustained the demurrer to the petition ot Pea body for a mandamus to restrain Thompson from paying the officers of the primary election the Supreme court reverses the judgment of the Circuit court of Cook county and remands tho case STRANGE CULT IN KANSAS Band of Fanatics Subject Themselves to Bites of Snakes as Re ligious Test Hltchlnson Kan Practicing rites more weird than those of the most fanatical Moslem sects And cruelty more revolting than the most savage of the religious tests of the early In diana a cult has sprung up near Hutchinson that is being closely watched by tho authorities The law is powerless to Interfere until some member of the sect dies a victim to its barbaric practices It has been found out that just as the ancient Indians plunged their arms Into buckets of boiling pitch to ascertain whether they were immune to pain so It is claimed that Snake Worshipers subject themselves to the bites of poisonous reptiles as a su preme test of grace MEAT PROBE IS BEGUN Government Board Sifts Former In spectors Charges Against East St Louis Packing Houses East SL Louis Secretary of Agri culture Wilsons board of inquiry appointed to investigate tho charges of J F Harms a former Inspector that the governments inspection system in the packing houses here is faulty held a closed session Thursday Harms after being denied an open In vestigation withdrew from the room The board Is composed ot Dr A B Melvin chief of tho bureau of animal industry George P McCabe solicitor for the department of agriculture Dr E A Behnke an assistant Inspec tor of the bureau Dr R P Studdenr chief of the Inspection of the bureau and George Dltwlg traveling Inspector Illinois Convict on Way Back San Francisco Joseph Wright who escaped almost a year ago from the Southern Illinois penitentiary at Chester where ho was serving a 14 year sentence for murder was sent east In the custody of a deputy ward en of that Institution- Fight Ends In Killing Mount Vernon illAs a result of a fight William Armstrong died after being shot by John Iraboden who es caped The shooting occurred at Rend City a coal mining village GIRL SLAIN BY CHINESE Granddaughter of Gen Franz Sigel Probable Victim In New York Murder Mystery New York Elizabeth Sigel daugh ter of Paul Sigel of this city and granddaughter ot tho Illustrious Franz Sigel the German warrior who en listed his services with the union army during the civil war Is accord Ing to all Indication the victim of one of tho most sordid murders In the his tory of New York If she Is not tho victim the police are confronted with a remarkable series of coincidental facts Taken from n trunk la a room of a Chinaman abovo a chop suey restaurant In the Tenderloin the body in a state of decomposition which makes Identifica Hon difficult lies In the morgue while detectives are collecting the throads ot a tangled story involving the girl and her associations with Chinese An envelope addressed to the girl found In the room where tho body lay a locket bearing her initials her disappearance on June 10 and a note found in tho room signed Elsie all seem to Indicate that Franz Steels grand daughter was murdered The body was partially stripped of Its clothing tied with ropos wrapped In a faded blue blanket and crammed Into a dl lapidated old trunk HOG TUBERCULOSIS GROWS Two Per Cent of Those Slaughtered Have the Disease Say Govern ment Reports Washington Tuberculosis among hogs Is on the Increase and Is causing heavier loss to raisers and packers than any other disease say reports gathered from tho various meat packing centers of the country by the department of agriculture A year ago there were more than 56000000 hogs in this country valued at more than 339000000 Federal In spection of the abattoirs show two per cent of the hogs slaughtered to bo affected with tuberculosis while reports from Europe show a fur more widespread Infection running as high as 65 to 75 per cent It has been found that hogs con tract the disease principally through feeding Samples of raw skimmed milk fed to hogs from creameries In one of the leading dairy states were Injected Into guinea pigs and In one instance virulent bacilli were recov ered Hogs tram Arkansas Oklahoma and Texas are remarkably free from tuberculosis due to the fact that they are fed from birth to maturity on al falfa oats corn rape and peanuts INSTITUTE OF HOMEOPATHY National Organization Is Holding Its SixtyFifth Annual Meeting- In Detroit Detroit Mich The sixtyfifth an nual meeting of tho American Institute ot Homeopathy opened here Mon day evening with a great general ses lion that was full of Interest The big Y M C A auditorium was thronged with medical men from every state In tho union when Dr D A MacLachlan chairman of the local committee of arrangements rapped for order prayer were followed by addresses of wel come by Gov Fred M Warner Mayor P H Breltmeyer and Dr MacLach lanto which response was made by Second VicePresident Joseph lIens ley M D Dr William Davis Foster of Kansas City the president then delivered his annual address In the afternoon much preliminary work was disposed of and memorial exercises for deceased members were held Indian Lad Killed Four Relatives Salt Lake CltyDan Tzo Ac a 17 yearold Navajo Indian pleaded guilty In tho United States district court to tbo charge of murdering four of his relatives several months ago at Ahcath in a remote part of the state ilo j as sentenced by Judge Marshall to serve a term of ten years in the federal asylum prison at LeAvenworth Kan and pay a tine of 100 Tho boy killed his aunt uncle sister and a cpusjn In resentment of a threat of theunc e to punish him for refusal to- nVork tr BRIEF STATE NEWS Items of Special Interest to Our Readers GLEANED FROM MANY SOURCES Strange Woman Heavily Veiled and Dressed In Black Arrested In Louis ville for Having Poured Filth Into Mall Boxes Louisville KyA strange woman heavily veiled and dressed in Black who barred the detectives and agents of the postofllco department under In spector S A Susong has at last been captured and n mystery has been un raveled here For two or three months tho most offensive character ot filth and liquids had been poured Into local mall boxes necessitating In many cases the return of tho mall Joo Erb one of the carriers discovered tho woman and gavo a complete description to Inspector Susong who placed her under arrest Sho gave her nnmo us Miss Frances Konz of 90S West Jefferson street 47 years old She said that she had been instructed by tho spirit ot the Into Flro Chief Edward Hughes to deface tho United States malls Although doubtless mentally unbalanced Miss Konz succeeded in eluding for weeks a big army of sleuths PISTOL DUEL ftsults In Death of Both Participants Who Fell at First Fire Loulsvlllo lCyA pistol duel at three paces fought In the saloon ot A H James resulted In the death ot both duelists Frank Stigger DO chief de tcctlvo for the Kentucky and Indiana Brldgo Co and William T Charles a former employe ot the same concern woro tho victims In tho double tragedy Both men fell at tho first fire six stints being exchanged anti bcforo medical attention could be given both had paid with their lives the penalty of their act No moro tragic occurrence has taken place in years So close together that they might kaYo shaken hands the men met Inside the saloon Sllggor following Charles into tho place over the remonstrance ot James according to tho latter Both drew their revolvers at almost the same time Stlgger firing first In Jtnntly a fusillade ot shots rang out and both man fell Stlggor boro two wounds Charles three As Charles reeled and fell ho fired a third shot which IWscd In n wall high above his fallen adversarys head BOARD OFTRADE Will Discuss Advisability of Tennessee Llqucr Interests Locating In Kentucky Louisville Ky Statewide prohibi tlon in Kentucky JVIll bo dlncused at an open meeting ot the Board of Trade to be hold Thursday morning June 21 The advisability of Inviting distillers brewers and liquor merchants of Ten nessee affected by tho recent prohibi lion legislation In that state to locate In Kentucky will also be considered Owensboro Ky Tobias Goins nnd George Lear rpsldents of Spencer county Indiana havo led petitions In the Deputy United States court clerks office here asking for 30000 damages from 17 citizens of Muhlcnbcrg coun ty Kentucky on the ground that they were forced to leave their homo in this state by night rider outrages Louisville Ky Representatives of 30 specialty manufacturers ot Ken tucky met hero and formed the Kentucky Association of Manufacturers Representatives Tho body will aflll ate with the American Specialty Man ufacturers organized for tho purpose of eliminating trade abuses Louisville KyW H Wrjgbtli col ored attorney who announced his can didacy for representative from the Fiftieth Legislative district of this city but who was given no place on tho republican ticket announced that he will enter the race as an Independ ent candidate Frankfort Ky Between 10000 and 15000 tobacco plants are being ship ped by 0 M Alexander of this city to W E Fritschlo of Olney III Mr Frltschlo will make a complete test of the development and growing of burley tobacco in the black lands of Illinois Loulsvlllo Kyln Magistrate Hoi Its court G II Hackstedt wan present cd on eight charges ot violating the Sunday anti labor law Twentytwo warrants against him had been Issued As his defense Hackstedt produced a voluminous paper signed by GoY Will Ion It was a full pardon In all casca Lexington Ky Kelly Kash com inonwenlths attorney ot Breathltt county and Miss Nellie Whlto daugh ter of former Congressman John D White of Irvine wore married lucre by Rev J H WllFcn of Transylvania uni versity Loulsvlllo Ky Resolutions con demising the ronvlctlon of Samuel Gompers with tho selection of officers and tho selection of Indianapolis as tho noxt pll1c Iot mooting closed In a lnterna1tlona1 CAPITAL NOTES County Board School Law Upheld J Tho court of appeals upheld in overt 1 particular the now county board school law in tho case of Charles O Prowse county Judgo of Christian county against the county board of education 1i Indemnity Company Not Liable Money lost by a bank as a result of its cashier being robbed by highway men ahd bank robbers Is not recover able from tho indemnity company bonding tho cashier is tho opinion Qt the court of appeals in tho cline of tho American Casualty Co against the Bal lard County bank of Bandana Governor Pardons Indian Refining Co Asserting that tho 10000 lino assessed against tho Indian Refining Coot Georgetown for tbo pollution of Elk horn creek with tho refuse oil from Ita plant is sulflclcnt to cause tho com pany to take every step possible to remedy the evil Gov Willson pardon cd the pending Indictments In tho Franklin circuit court against tho com pany Ho refused however to remit tho states port of the fine which would amount to nearly 3900 Ministers Asked to Preach Every minister In Kentucky regard less of denomination has been called upon by Superintendent of Public Instruction Crabbe to preach a sermon on June 28 on tho subject of educa lion Ho estimates that It this request iu carried out there will be n million and a half people hear the subject oftiT7education Rewards for Fugitives Revoked Gov Willson Issued a proclamation revoking all rewards for fugitives Is oued prior to January 1 190G Tho Governor pardoned James Malloy 70 convicted of perjury and Otis hitch and Charles Dennett who aided In tho suppression of night riderstMany Diplomas v Stato Superintendent of Public In structlon Crabbo signed 2400 diplomas for graduates from tho common schools of the state which la twice the num ber Issued last year Republican Election Commissioner Goy Wlllson upon recommendation of the state central committee of tho republican party reappointed John T Shelby a lawyer of Lexington the representative of that party upon tho ctato election commission for tho ca suing yea- rInteresting Kentucky ItemsIr Maysvllle Ky Maysvlllos new J73 000 high school wax dedicated CJov Willson nUll Lieut GOY Cox who woro jliePaducah KyMcD Ferguson 5t suds railroad commissioner from tho First district died at his home two miles from Ia Center Ballard county from dltvbeJcs Ho was ono ot tho bout known democrats In the slal8tGlasgow KyTho opening up of an immense lead mlno in Adnlr county t w HI begin soon A stock company hat been formed of local capitalists A largo quantity of load has already boon taken from the mine l Louisville Ky Having as Its objectJ I tbo uplift and protection ot honesty In business transactions tho Kentucky detail Grocers association was organized and tiledarticles of Incorporation Subassoclatlons will bo chartered in all small cities and towns In the stato Louisville KyMrs Elizabeth M Smith SO and ono ot the wealthiest widows of tho city eloped to Wash Ington D C with U G Bnumgardner t2 1 chief In a local dairy lunchroom and I w ere quietly married in tho capital by Dr John T Huttlc ot St Pnula church + l Louisville Ky Locked In a vault f where ho was held prisoner for moro than two hours Jas Lcnlhan deputy city assessor had a narrow escape from death by Biiffocallou at the city Imll Not knowing of the ofHciala presence a janitor had swung the big I Iron door shut IJtuclcy l T Matlack president vice president W J Kennedy secretary D M Ron nick district presidents W D Glaa cr George Mnthewson C Glltnor Allen Zarlng J C Can M T McEldowny t I nnd J F Oebhart i ML Sterling lyThe I primary hero from unofficial returns tj as follows Allen McCor pitch for county judge over C F Thomas Walter Crooks for sheriff over Jas W White Earl W Seneff over Henry Watson for attorney C T Wilson for Jailer W M Cravenslfor assessor J F King for J Hunt for circuit clork J M Oliver is for surveyor and M J Goodwin torTschool superintendent I Louisville yUnlted States Sena tar William O Bradley who has not t been In robust health has wrlttgn a a letter to one ot his friends hero that he will return to Loulsvlllo just ns soon as congress mljqurris and will spond the entire summer here Ixnilsvllle KyPlnns for thq orgin Irntlan of a stato association of corn merolnl school toaobtrs ware begun hero when a mass meeting of instruc tors was held In tho Board of Trade RopnUsontntlvos from all sections of tbo stnta were presentI M I ilII B bytheI Bnllnc V WlLLAPOWOARRc5QN y I J UNCLE SAM Is the heaviest egg eat er in tho world In tact so fond Is the old U S A of tho hen product that another century may see tho deposition of the baldheaded eagle and the crowning of another feath ered monarch Those United States cat 151000000 eggs each day 1080000000 a weok 4020000000 a month 00160000 000 a year Every man woman and child In tho country cone sumes a lIttlo over an egg and a half each day If you personally dislike eggs for food there IB some one- clso in some part of America who puts three away as a foundation for his or her breakfast coffee Easter week the blggost egg occasion tho year round sees the consumption of about two billion eggs violet pink crimson purple yellow and some green That tho egg will displace all others as the national food tidbit Is tho prognostication of those who earn their livings by raising chickens Chicago alone with less than two million population Easter week last put away CO000000 eggs So greedy was the Windy city about this article of diet that lots of other portions of tho United States which socuro lL r allotment of hon li+ = bREADY FOR lPI1EIYT fruit from the market at the city by the lake had to go cggless Easter Jim Pattens wheat corner will bo a mere baga tulle alongside of tho movement of tho man who can corner eggs Small egg corners are frequent however Cold storage men often lay aside acv I eral millions In a aeml frozen state and hold them for nine months or so dumping them on tho mar ket when the price Is In the clouds Out the cold storage egg Is Inferior because tho fresh egg advocate argues the chlcklet has l a chnnco to grow a little before the yellow Inside freezes thus storing up nasal evidence against the purity of tho product- I i For the housewife in tho big city there is an everyday opportunity to effect a coup for when she can Ind a producer who sells eggs laid fresh tltoday she considers herself a model of wifely Out as there is no smell on the outside of the shell there art often lots of angry glances from tho malo partner In the household which nare born of tho unborn chick Tho length of time that an egg will keop fresh Is governed by tho care which is taken in its preservation They are packed in ice as a rule and If packed soon enough after being laid the chicken life is properly Killed and thus the an gry eye looyo message is eliminated Suitable to the occasion is tho aged tale of tho man with the flowing mustache and the time 1 marked egg lie had it for breakfast the egg and being a city man rode down to his place of business In conventional manner taking no no f tice of the tact that while tho scat beside him remained vacant there were half a dozen com muters standing nearby tAsho alighted at his destination a sniff likened 3 odor of an egg of evil Intentions pierced onceIwas In the street In the rotunda of mho Office building in tho elevator In the hall on the nine teenth floor and he was startled beyond meas ure to find that on entering his office ho smelled egg there too Stepping to the desk of tho head bookkeeper he asked him if ho smelt an unhealthy odor Why no replied the knight of the day led- ger+ casting a glance at tho yellow streak clear tY I X1 i cORTINO CGt7a 1MrAJr READY SOft A YEARS SKWJWJt COLD J7VRACL 1across tho boss mustache IJIsstenographer being too polite to remark on tho yellow streak edged to the leeward side of her chair when he bent toward her In dictating a letter Ho made the rounds of the office employes asking whether they smelt egg but all being too polite to tell him ho had overlooked an im portant point declared they smelt no egg The odor stayed with him In desperation ho fled to his private office mutt tering as ho slammed tho door My heavens mho wholo world smells and ndone knows it but me Dut that is only a minor point In tho adoption of a new national food by Uncle Sam With each year tho production of tho hens of the coun try Is becoming smaller in proportion to the de mand for eggs AS a consequence tho experts declare that each succeeding year will see the price loaf beyond expectations The last months of winter and tho first of early spring aro the hardest for tho egg eaters for then the cost soars there are less of the precious morsels and those which appear are often holdovers from the year previous but even those bring prices rang ing from 30 to 40 cents a dozen The time is remembered by many when the best eggs brought 12 cents a dozen in retail stores and the wholesale price was below that So steep has tho conventional cost become that thousands of farmers aro yearly devoting their land to tho raising of fowls The Industry has already become a mighty factor In national life and within two decades if the country continues to eat eggs at the present rate of increase the business of growing eggs may outweigh that of cattlo and grain In the largo cities Chicago for instance the high price of meat compelled tho poorer classes to adopt the egg as a means of obtaining nourish ment The Increased demand of course boosted tho price but still the middle and upper classes cling to tho fowl product foul or fair In tho great marts of trado tho egg industry Is perhaps the most Interesting of all One great cold storago warehouse in Chicago during the last egg famine unloaded on the market close to 6000000 and every one was sold to the local retail merchants The eggs were said to have been In cold storage for nine months pending on I rCI1Nl- JlNCECG increase in price sufficient to yield tho speculators I considerable profit They estimated the proceeds after all expenses had been met at four cents on the dozen 120000 on the lot Other great egg corners have been manipulated an tho profits doubtless have been even greater but they seldom come to the public ear because of thE shekels which are raked in from the enterprise In the egg corner mentioned above scores of men worked day and night for two days getting tho product out of cold storage to place them on tho market while the price held up The workmen were where they could be called at once and the minute the word came over the telephone to get thud great crates out of the cold storage warehouse the toilers wore set to work Two days later every egg had been sold the money collect ed and more than half of them eaten by the con sumerIt a great coup and only one of the many Other enterprises of like nature where the proceeds have ranged Into large figures have been told but the details seldom became public prop erty This by reason of tho fact that tho egg corner is today n rather undeveloped science But tho monarchs of other branches of the producing world have come to look upon movements of that sort as one of the money makers of the days to come Early this month when eggs cases returned were bringing only 19 cents a dozen wholesale the lover of them felt fairly jubilant and barn yard prognosticators predict that this jubilant feeling shall prevail for the rest of the summer Extra quality eggs were then selling at 23 cents a dozen white ordinary firsts brought 19 cents and firsts one cent more a dozen prime firsts selling at 21 cents So with the sway of the strawberry tho price of eggs dropped off and before August it Is said the cost may go lower With the private producers who sell only lim ited quantities of eggs 40 cents a dozen is not an unheard of figure for what are known as eggs laid fresh todny Of course tho right to that tie tie must bo undisputed and often when eggs are sold backed by a reputation for freshness higher prices are paid for them by the epicures However frauds in eggs are as frequent as swindles in other Industries and fastidious per sons who hato cold storage eggs worse than they do paying fancy prices are often taken in by the farmer who rides into the city on the interurban buys up a large cargo of eggs in tho open market rents a wagon the muddler the better and proceeds to distribute cold storage eggs for the prod uct he claims is laid fresh today Helping the Halt A certain informed bachelor one of those the Gateway succeeded in getting on the list during leap year tells of ono of the boys who after in tending fa farewell bachelor snpper meandered home In nmuddled state late one Saturday night or rather Sunday morning and getting as far of the entrance of his rooming house ho sat down on the stone steps his hat fell oft on his knees and with head bowed down ho slumbered peacefully He awoke about nino oclock and found 34 cents in his hat Charitably inclined early churchgoers had mistaken him for a beggar and dropped their pen nies into his upturned hatBremen On Gateway WRECKAGE OF ELECTRIC CARS Gave Up Ten Bodies After Crash Over Forty Persons Hurt and Several Will Die South Bend Inct June 21Ten persons wero killed and 40 Injured iti the wreck on tho Chicago Lake Shore South Bend railroad in Porter county Indiana Saturday night when two ot tho big electric cars collided head on According to General Manager H U Wallace of Michigan City tho wreck occurred because ot a disregarding of orders by Motorman Reed of the cast bound car who received instructions at Gary to walt at Wilson a short die tance west of Dalleytown the point at which the disaster occurred for the westbound car to pass The eastbound car running as Train No 69 was running at a speed of GO miles an hour to make up lost time and when tho crash occurred the eastbound car was telescoped and almost entirely wrecked- In this train were all of the kited and most of tho injured the pasesngen on Train No 58 westbound escapls with but slight bruises and scratches The two cars were welded together Into a mass of wreckage in which lay the ten dead and dying and the two score of injured The cries and ap peals for help which camo from the debris was horrible and caused iii scene of utter confusion The homo of E R Borg near by was turned into a temporary hospital And morgue by parties rescuing the dead ant injured from the cars The darkness greatly Interfered with the progress of tho work and the nearest telephone was threejquarters of a mile from tho scene of the wreck making- it impossible to secure speedy aid from Michigan City All but one of the killed were in tho iinoklng compartment of the car in the front end This space originally used as a baggage and freight room ma0 fitted up for the use of tho smokers and was crowded Two men Titus E Klnzle a well known real estate dealer and Cordus Kline both of South Bend left tho compartment less than a minute be tore the crash came and they escaped with their lives although the latter suffered severe injuries The Inquest over the victims of the Chicago Lake Shore South Bend In terurban railway will be held Monday in the town hall of Chesterton six miles from the scene of the disaster DEFECT IN MECHANISM Brought Auto To Standstill on Inter urban Track and Car Killed One of the Occupants Anderson S C June 21Owing to- a defect in tho mechanism of an automobile containing four persons the machine came to a halt on the tracks ot the Anderson Interurban Co Sunday just as a car was bowling along at a rapid rate James H Cobb superintendent of the Belton cotton mills Belton S fwas Instantly killed The injured are Rev D D Richar- dSn Belton SC fatally Rev E A McDowell NlnetySlx S C broken shoulder and arm and Mrs D D Rich ardson bruised about the body The automobile was demolished and tJlo occupants thrown from 20 to 50 feet At the coroners inquest Sunday afternoon tho verdict was that the accl dent was unavoidable Booty Was Dropped Baltimore Md Juno 21 Mrs Mln nil Bcrkcnfeld of Canton avenue was awakened early Sunday morning to find a masked burglar standing over her with a drawn pistol Her screams attracted her husband who rushed to her assistance but npt until tho In trader had dealt her a stunning blow on the head The booty of tho robbers consisting of money and jewelry valued at 300 was found on the first floor where they dropped it in their flight Two Brakemen Slain By Negro Des Moines In June 21A negro early Sunday shot and killed Drake roes Lee C Warner and Alva C Been tel both of Boone during an alter cation on a train at Vail Conductor ifcCar ney found the two men on an oil car In the rear of the train Brake man Bechtel died Sunday evening Ho described the negro who committed the assault as wearing a blue sweater Sunday evening a negro wearing such n sweater and answering Bechtels de criptlon was arrested at Dennison Attempt To Blow Up Church New York Juno 21Two crudely fashioned bombs wero used early Sun day morning in an attempt to blow up the Italian Roman Catholic church and school ot the parish of St Roccl In Bedford street Newark N J Each consisted of a tomato can in which dynamite had been placed with n fuse attached but they failed to do hrm Ended Suffering With Prussic Acid St Louis Mo Juno 21Dr Justin steer prominent physician and mem bet ot the faculty of Washington University committed suicide hero bee cause of ill hcnth lIe used prussic acid alleviating the pain by drinking chloroform Floods on Isthmus Panama June 21Rnlns throughout the past week have caused great floods all over the isthmus and in many places the crops are ruined The Chagres river has overflowed its banks but without damage to the canal HAGGARD ON DRUNKS The Noted Author Is Down on the Hard Drinker and Offers Radl cal Cures Alder Haggard is at present taking a deep personal Interest in the cure of drunkenness He is chairman of one bench of magistrates and senior member of another and in tho course of his career has dealt with some thousands of drunk and disorderlies Ho has recently given his view on Intemperance r in a British government report Some of his suggestions are quiet radical For instance among other things he says I submit that the best way to promote sobriety is to make it exceed ingly uncomfortable for the individual t who gets drunk I am quite certain that if public IntoxIcation ceased to be treated as a kind of troublesome and malodorous Joke and if Its repeti tious were punished with sentences of confinement increasing In length in proportion to the frequency of the of fence instead of being condoned by a small fine we Should hear and see a great deal less of It than we do at present Tba famous author then goes on to recommend the following drastic measures foV eradicating this vice J First offense dlsmlsaJr with a cau tion second offense the ordinary fine third offense committal without the option of a fine Committal should not be to an ordinary prison he says in his report but to a special depart ment where inebriates could be suit ably treated with a view to their refor mation His views on the drunk that goes in for making a row are very strong If the drunkenness should be complicated with violence he says or with the use of that language lit which drunks are wont to foam out their own shame in public or if the Intoxicated person should bo la charge of a vehicle or of children shouldIthe first offense and to the common JalL WIth habitual drunkards be would resort to incarceration whether or not their own consent or that of their family were obtained In England habitual drunkards cannot be put away without their own consent for any length of time but Rider Haggard would alter this and treat a habitual just as it he were ft lunatic If the government carries Rider Haggards recommendations into effect there is a sad time coming for the man who loves the flowing bowl not wisely but too well HOW TO LIVE LONG Statistics Show That Longevity Is Hereditary But Many Shorten Lives by Hard Drinking In speaking on the subject of How to Live to be a Hundred Dr C W Saleeby an eminent Scotch physician says that all but the very poorest of people shorten their lives by gross ly overeating and very many of us ovordrlnk as well The evidence about alcohol Is con elusive ho says If you seek im partial witnesses go not to the teeth toners but to the actuaries and the 1 men who have to determine risks for insurance companies If however you are to use some alcohol let your moderate use of it be as little Immod orate as possible take it only with or after meals shun spirits altogether and if you find this advice profitable write to me an scores and scores of people have done saying so during the past six years And when the makers of absinthe who are be ing turned out of Switzerland and Bel glum and who will I hope ere long t be turned out of Franco try to find a new market in England as they now intend to do look upon them as highwaymen who demand your money and your life- Drink and Unemployment In England Mr Ramsay Macdonald M P made a telling contribution in London re cently to tho discussions organized by the National Temperance league ofiGreat Britain his subject being alcoholism and employment If in slack ness of trade an employer he saidthad the choice of discharging a cer tamp number of men he would naturally retain the soberer so that the question resolved itself Into one of efficiency The sober nation was always the more efficient and in all the neutral markets of the world the drunken nations were handicapped It could not produce BO cheaply so quickly or so ably Any crisis of unemployment would strike tho drunken nation first It was also stated in the same con section that not a single I individual case had come beforq the royal com mission which had just issued its re tlionodon better lines and the teaching of character which meant tho teaching of temperance as part of character Opium Tied Up In Warehouse The law forbidding the importation ot opium for smoking that ID of any opium which Is of less than medicinal purity went into effect April 1 Nearly a million dollars worth of opium Is tied up in bonded warehouses in San Francisco opium which tho im portors will never be allowed to sell w RW6falfftdlDWSOlCti6tiC 11 r 4 8 0 t t East Kentucky Correspondence II- r I News You Get Nowhere Elsex 0 2lfoeoneipoDdenw pnbllibid onleii iljn 4 IB toll by the writer Till toms not for publication bat ai an tvMfnc of good tilth Writ plainly 0 i ofio ooooooow tiJ JACKSON COUNTY McKiii i McKee June ltr J J Davis has been very sick for several days t with malarial fever Mr J K Bak ier was in town Monday Quite a j was In attendance at Court h Monday Pat Cruse of Clover Bottom tom v charged with assault and battery had e nn examining trial and was acquitted There were thirteen applicants In e tho examination held hero last Friday and Saturday Two received first grade five second grade and two third grade certificates There were four failures Mr C A Minter of Greenhnll was in town Monday The Educational Rally will be held at McKee on June 29th Instead of 27th as was stated In The Citizen last week by mistake O11EKN1IAIL Greenhall June 21 Mute Smith was taken seriously ill on Monday and on Tuesday morning about eight oclock he begin suffering with terri ble pains and ho was soon In a rack of misery Dr J A Mahaffey being at Louisville he called up Dr A M Glass at Booneville who came to see him a distance of twelve miles 011 horse back In about three hours After taking a few doses of medicine begot relief and Is yet improving It seemed that if Mr Smith had not got ease when ho did he could have endured the suffering but little long er He is a member of the Odd Fellows Lodge at Hamilton 0 and the Odd Fellows of Travelers Rest and Sextons Creek Lodges have shown their brotherly love by visiting him almost every day while he has been downJ P Wilson Is hauling rail road tics to IdamayR M Flanery and wife were visiting their son Leonard at Beattyvllle the past week Mrs Lucy PIerson and J D Plerso and family went mulberry hunting t Saturday and got all they wanted J D Plereon has added a new back ground to his studio of artistic de sign and is now prepared to do you good work in the latest style The wet weather continues and farmers e are behind many are not done plant t ing The high water Thursday did roioiolloeo otootiotloaooo o I some damage to n M Flanerys water mill but It was repaired soonClark Wilson has organized two Sunday schools here since he came from Be rea one at Bethlehem to be in the morning and one at Canons chapel in the evening We hope all children and parents in the districts will at tend these schools and do all they can to make them a success Clark is n fine fellow and knows just how to carry on a good school and if the parents will help him much good is sure to be doneJohn Smith was visiting J N Smith Saturday night and Sunday Silas Flanery was vIsit- Ing at Beattyville last weekW B PIerson and Luther are harvesting their wheat crop and report it ex tra good Many farmers throughout the mountain counties will sow wheat this fall Flour is getting too high iJUGI1 Hugh June 21 Owing to rainy weather people are badly behind in their crops Mrs Martin Abrams is able to be about again Little Ola Benge is very ill at present Mr Curt Parks of Kingston was in this vicinity Friday Mrs Hiram Ely was the guest of Mrs Jones Carrier Sun day Several of this place attended KnobIISSIMaggie HaleiIrwas the guest of Everett Benge Tuesday night Mrs Edward Honey cut of Kerby Knob is visiting in thi- svlclnltyllr Tom Williams and sis ter Xannle were tho guests ot Mrsl Jim Baker Saturday lastMr W n Dense visited hla daughter at Pano la Monday Mrs John Hudson was the guest of Mrs Gordon Dean Sat urday Mr and Mrs Curt Benge visited Mr and Mrs Bud Lain Saturday last Mrs Bettle Hale of Kingston is visiting In this vicinity at pre sentDr Cornellson passed through here Saturday on his way to Kerby KnobMr and Mrs Jim Williams were the guests of Mr and Mrs Jim Baker Sunday Miss Dora Alexander and sister were the guests of Eva I and Deba Baker Sunday Miss Fran i y 95 n t cb Azblll Misses Aimer and Ellen BIcknell of Clover Bottom were the guests of Miss Maggie Bongo Saturday night There will be mass meeting at Mallory Springs Sunday Everybody invited to go and take a lunch and have a good time Miss Myrtle Click of Kerby Knob and Mr and Mrs E D Honeycut were guests at Robert Holes Sunday ISAACS Isaacs Juno 21Farmers are near ly up with their work but y0 still have lots of ralnIrs G P Hack er has a fine pair of twin boysMr H C Davis had a sudden and very severe attack of cholera morbus Sun day but is a little better Rena Riley has a fine glr1Mr and Mrs George Davis visited Mr and Mrs A J Casteel Saturday night Aunt Polly Cope Is very poorly again A sILLJI Annville June 21 Farmers are busy in this locality plowing and hoe Ing their cornTho Rev G P Hock er is rejoicing over two fine boys born the other dayThe Rev Wm Johnson attended church at Oak Grove Sunday The Rev G W Johnson at tended church at Letter Box Saturday and Sunday Chas Smith and wife visited Miss Polite Akemon Sunday MADISON COUNTY KINGSTON Kingston June 2lWo had a se vere storm in this section Juno 9 It rained for two hours as hard as bridgestalso washed off the school house that had been hero seventyfive years The water got up about three feet In John Powells and Cash Moodys houses damaging them considerably Neither had insurance People who havo been here for eighty years say they never saw anything like it be foreA good mule belonging to Mr At n GIbbs was killed by lightning SaturdayLela Hubbard who has been visiting here for some time re turned home MondayMrs Robert Hudson and Mrs Klllious Daniels left Monday week for Junction City to see their mother who was very sick Mrs Daniels returned Saturday but Mrs Hudson will remain until her mother Is better Messrs Lawrence and Charley Powell mado a business trip to Jackson Co last woekDr and Mrs W C Caywood havo return ed from a visit Several from hero attended the Home Coming at Pano Do You Want a Genuine Panama Hat CHEAPu IItunityi PORTED HIGH GRADE PANAMA HAT for so little money Months agojwe placed a large import order with of the largest and best makers of located in GuAYAQriL ECUADORPanamasI AMERICA We have just hats and now offer to our many patrons outside of Cincinnati an opportunity to priceGenuine f These hats are finely hand woven made from selected Panama Palms called by the natives t Hippjhappa andworth about twice the price we ask They are abso lutely high grade values never beforeIduplicated by any other concern in Made expressly to our order in all desir able dimensions and latest styles JustIthe hat you need as they can be WOnIIseveral seasons Not effected by weather We offer them to you in three I qualities at these exceptional prices I 3 todaylire 5I oo 6 00 II Any style you may select They are light comfort able and becoming suitable for all ages On receipt of price we will ship you at once expressage prepaid No sent C 0 D Positively no goods charged Bo sure and mention style number and aize SHANNON SOKUPI Largest Hat Store In the World 118120 W 5th St Between Race R Elm CINCINNATI OHIO nobbyStray la Sunday Amon them were Mr and Mrs Lewis Sandlln May Lain and wife R L Hudson and Miss Martha Powell Mrs Curt Parks and chil dren spent Sunday with Willie Parks and wife Miss Grace Dafter of rea will spend this week with 1IIssI Ann Sopcr Tho M B A Lodgo will have their picnic here the third day of JulyJ C Powell was Id Rich mond on business Monday Mr Chas Soper and family and Miss KatoDc vour were tho guests of Mr and Mrs George Moody Sunday Miss Cath erine Bales spent Thursday with Lou clll GIbbs DUKYPUS Dreyfus Juno 21Mips Kate White ot Primrose Is the guest of Mr and Mrs G D Plckett Miss Maggie Benge of Hugh spent last week with her sister Mrs Luther Klmberlaln Mrs E Q Spencer who has been quite sick with typhoid fever is slow ly improving Mrs L B Riddel of Hamilton 0 is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Jas Young Mr Thos Winkler and family spent Sunday with Mr and Mm Joo Todd Mlsfe Myrtle Winkler spent last week with home folks Mlos Leila Klmberlaln n tended church at Panola Sunday Mrs Robert Hudson was called to the bedside of her mother Mrs Ceo Richardson who Is very III with ty phold fever at her home in Junction City Miss Elza Rose Is quite lick Mr and Mrs Elden Baker of Pano la were the guests of Dr and Mrt Baker SundayMr Victor Spenco of St Helens is home this week on account of tho Illness of his mother Mr and Mrs Eathrago of Lou I s1II0 will arrive next week to few weeks with Dr and Mrs Daker1 Wlllard Lake Is home from Louis ville Miss Alma Lake of Richmond visited home folks last weekMr and Mrs Jas Harris of Irvine haveare turned home after a visit with friends InlsjtonMrs Jas Holland Sunday Miss Dora Bbngo attended Homo Coming Panola Sunday Mr and Mrs EdI Baker are rejoicing over the arrival of a baby boy born last Thursday night Misses Carrie and Mablo Jones Parksvlllo are visiting Mr and Mm lOt M Jones Dr Cook of Loulsvlllo the guest of Dr Baker last week Mr and Mrs Speed McLean visited I Mr and Mrs Wm Jones Sunday Lizzie Lako spent Saturday night with Carrie JonesSunday Juno 27th is Iioo Coming day at the Baptist church hero Everybody is cordially invited to attend LIMITS Harts Juno 22Gardens aro not looking so well on account ot BO much rain Misses Mlnnlo Kato and Daisy Lake and Bradley Lake and Miss Gertrude Pullins attended tho Sun day school convention at Clear Creek Sunday Mrs John Jones ot Silver Creek died last week Bradley Lake killed a hootowl In his field which measured six feet from tip to tip of wing Pearl McClure and Mrs Henry Blckuell attended the teachers ex andIOur Sunday school Is going on with good success Everybody come out and bring some body with you Messrs Forest Dowden and James Dougherty are working on the new dormitory In Beroa- ROGKCASTLE COUNTY Tho Citizen has been requested to announce that H F DunagJn will preach on tho streets of Mt Vcrnon June 28 Mr Dunngln preached at the court house at Mt Vernon about a blmImSIUTANTA Dlsputanta June lA Sunday school convention was hold at tho Hammond School house yesterday an Immense crowd was present They had good order and deportment They program was carried out nicelyand Burning Kitlll Cedar Saltle n greatly enjoyed There has I been co much rain lately that the farmers arc getting behind with theIr work In this place Mr Floyd Taylor CoIwore quietly married at the homo of the last Thursday The ROY W Lambert officiated Mr 0 M Payne has been sick but Is somewhat bettor Tho Rev L n Rowlett vis ited his daughter Mrs John Simpson ot Paint Lick from Tuesday till Sat urday UAUIKY Juno 22 Several of this vicinity attended church at Fairview on Crooked Sunday Bradley Robinson and Dan Ponder attended tho county examination at Mt Vernon last Friday and Saturday and grades Ben Brummott of Livingston who Is visiting his father Wm Drummett Is very sick will bo an Odd Follows organiz ed at Rod In the future Joe H of Dudley was In this part lost SundayUnclo John Mc Daniel Is on tho sick list this week Miss Theua Abiiey of Johnetta Is visiting her aunt Mrs Morris OWSLEY COUNTY IIUCK CIUKK Buck Creek Juno 1C Farmers are behind with their crops owing to tho wet weather Wo wish to call in In the tpeddlingnineteenth he Is a fine musi cian and every body Is invited to attend Mr Robert Rowland and wife and Mrs Cynthia Flanery visited Mr Martin Wilson last SundayMr Willie visited home folks Sunday from Cow Creek and brought nA home two fine 11UJWilGabbard Juno 19Tho farmers of A section arc making alow progress 1 IConilnunl anita alliJI THE BEST PAPER FOR YOU ISITHE CITIZENiTIlE CITIZEN gives you more than tho worth of your money and is growing bettor nil tho time Just compare it with tho other newspapers you see You can get others as cheap but either they are not ns good or they are not made for the niountaiusor they do not give as much Just look aHrfow of the things we are giving you now NEWS all the news of the world of this country anti of the state that is worth reading All tho news of the mountains that wo can gut and more than any other paper gives All news of dozens of mountain towns where correspondents write to ns every little while OATTLE All the latest cattle prices also the pries on ties and tanbark and spokes etc FARM HINTS A good column and sometimes more of hints that will help in the work on theI farm HOME HINTSGood hints on housekeeping an expert SCHOOLArunning 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