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BEREA PUBLISHING CO tJiCOnrOItATlm STANLEY FROST Manager Eater at the lm1tlJ1lNl at lkrea XV at tlOfld r claN mail aatkr Vol XI Five a copy MADISON APRIL 7 1910 One Dollar a year tio 90 i Berea R i r WOMEN TO CLEAN UP TOWN Tho womens clubs of Berea have fallen In line with tho spirit of progress which In animating our city and have taken a place In tho lead by Inaugurating a Cleanlngup Day such as boa helped greatly In the ap Itcaranco of many otlier places They have coked tho City Council to set aside April 1C and 16 fur this pur IKMW and to provide wagons which I will on that day remove all refuse qua JJ to some place where it bO without becoming an eyesore It U hOped and expected that before that day all store keepers and I other dOzens will clean up both the strocU and yards and have all refuse ready to be carted away which will bo done without cost to them Tile movement U ono which Las already proved Its valuo In hundreds of clues and which has tho Indorse ment ot tho loading men Mayor Gay has promised his Influence for tho aueomultahment of tho objects aimed J at Lots all gut behind and push JUMP AT A THING When Berea ocea a good thing it lit quick to catch on and the ro tent sudden ot tho motor cycle hero la proof ot tills Almost uu tZ known to our People a tow weeks ago tho motor Is now rapidly becom 1 ing the moot popular form of con veyance for all men whose business or pleasure cults for the cowering of considerable distances With all the advantage of tho automobile except 111 tho number It ron carry and with none of the disadvantages tho motor fills the needs of this part of the t country to a T and Intelligent men aro quick to recognize ILL j Tho chief credit for the Introduc lion of Uioco machines belongs to Cod dlngton and Canflcld of boron Con tral Kentucky distribution agents of i the New Era AutoCycle Co of Dayton Ohio They created a domain for this machine which made it TIIK cn NltW liRA MOTOKCYCIlt I l worth while for tho company to Bond down a demonstrator who at onco I r Among tho molt valuablo features Of this machine as distinct from all i other wheels aro1 The two abed gear which makes It to climb t any lull which n horse and buggy can get up and which olds greatly to the comfort of the rider and tho economy of operation of thq ougine2 Free motor allowing tho hind wheel to be cut loose thus saving greatly In wear on hills otc3 Comfortable form t machine on the market For Information write Coddlngton R and dont get any other ma you itJ k It E S I UENTS OFF ICE I3EIIEA KY x G THE CITIZEN Devoted to the Interests of the People BEREA KENTUCKY East vs West dumped GOOD splendid cyclotpoaslblo gent upJ Mountain differenceITheres no in Mens styles East West North or South A difference in climate may call for different weights in garments but thats a- llFriend Made Clothes are in just as good taste on the streets of New York Frisco Seattle or New Orleans as they Theyrore worn in every state in the Union by men who appreciate good clothes R COYLET- HE CLOTHIER IIfull Ky NEWS OF THE WEEK Roosevelt and Pope Have Falling out Big Saloon Falls In Sea Holy War Started by Mohammedans Miners Quit WorkIndiana Repub licans Against the Tariff ROOSEVELT AND THE POPE Exprus Roosevelt will not call on tho Pope during his visit in Rome The announcement ot this lias caused tlia greatest excitement all over the world Iccauiw of tho exalted position of both moo Sumo time ago Pros Roose velt sent word that ho would like to visit tho Porte and tho latter replied that ho ehould be glad to see him but that it was on condition that ho did not do anything such as Mr Fairbanks had which gave countenance to people of other religions In Rome Mr Roosovclt replied that he was sorry not to sco tho Pope but could rot allow himself to be dictated to It seema likely that most Americans will aprco with him Bid BALLOON LOST Three men I were killed and another badly injured during a balloon flight last week j Tho big balloon started from Stettin Cermany during u heavy wind anti broke away before all was ready It run Into various buildings and was so damaged that It could not bo controlled It came down finally In the ocean anti two of the four jmsson Bors were caught under It and drown od All on board wero badly Injured and ono Las died since i HOLY WAil STARTS Tho Holy War as tho Mohammedans call any war which Is started by thrtn for religious reasons has been proclaim ed bv the Mad Mullah or Arabia and I ho has attacked somo Christian tribes protected by the English Thousands I have been massacred and it is likely that England will ham to go to war I to protect her upper Egyptian provlu IntimeMINERS STOP WORK Over 300 000 coal miners suit work lost week waiting1 for an Increase in pay cony that they have struck and cerI talnly there has bcou no disorder Some of tho companies havo allowed j tho Increase and men are already beginning to go back to work The Eastern Kentucky mines whom tho unions are very weak when there are any at all have not been affected GovernI11nontabout the weather after It is over I with any way report that thq month which closed last week breaks all reIcords It is tho wannest as well as the dryest March which has ever been recorded In tho United States The average temperature was eleven dQI green above the usual and thoro was four Inches loss rain fell than t was to have been expected I CONGER QUITS TOO Senator lion Congor to whose revelations tho I bribe scandals In Now York are duo has found his position among tho men I I 1fortabl WHEN THIEVES FALL OUT The American people are enjoying today one of those rare exhibition which comet wrnu the n ell guarded lidon the kettle thtdivi8ionanti a political jealousy stronger evtu tliiu the love of tie duller have in three different places led to rerelutious which Lave shocked the world In each case has beeu shown the fcpetalflcle of monty ruling of men corrupt and corrupting laws of trust betrayed and honor sold of our boasted freedom bound hand and foot and delivered over by her natural protectors to her greatest enemies One great comfort to us In this situtation has come from the human love of pointing the linger of scoru We in states where no scandal has arisen take delight iu thinking of our own honesty anti righteously condemn the weakness of those who have fallen Let us enjoy it while we may The best horrible example is in New York state The lesson there is plain The people as we can plainly see are really to blame They have been betrayed by helr representatives but they had been warned The papers of the state have told the truth time and again Gov Hughes has appealed often to the voters letting them know the danger they were in and in every way except by actual proof of the transfer of money every voter of the state has been informed that the moneyed interests were peoplehaverevolt from the party bosses no struggling against the shackles And if there had been a revolt what would Lave been the result 1 What will happen if as is probable the voters there turn to tho Democrats this Fall 1 It will only be exchanging one set of grafters for another Tile Interests control in both parties they take no chances and have uo foolish ideas about party loyalty Their men will be on both tickets As a sore enter once said If I have gotjo vote for a I prefer to vote for my own And so he anydifferenceheGov Hughes puts it is this The single aim of political corruptiouistH is to place in office men who willdo their upon whom they can depend to further their interests These generally are not party interests at all but purely personal interests and the stamp of the dollar is on most of them Read that over again It is a clear statement of what is the matter with our politics today There are great interests not bylegislationcorruption of officers arid use them in such a way that no matter which partywins theywill have tools of theirs In the offices And the people voting the straight party tickets for the men nominated the bosses to please these interests surrender themselves to the spoilers Is there a remedy 1 Of course for as the Good Book says there is never a temptation but what there is a nay of escape There are several If the voters refused to return to office men who had betrayed lilt m there t+ culd be relief for politicians want to be reelected But the real place to bit at is the nomina lions Under tho system the horses have developed they control the nominatkjiiH end the voters cannot elect an honest man because there are no honest men running But the voters con take the control of the party into their own hands they appear at the conventions and at the primary tend they can see that honest men are put up If that is once done corruption wilj disappear And that is what New York line got to do Plain isnt it 1 What n wonder that those people there havent done it long ago But hasnt it occurred to you that maybe we here in Kentucky- are in the same box 1 No proof the politicians holler of course hut there was no proof In New York either till this winter and yet the thing has hoen going on for sixteen years If we learn one lea son from the misfortunes of the Empire state we ought to learn two and understand that there is no safety just because there is no proofAs a matter of fact there is every evidence that there is cor ruption right here The charge was made by a member of the Senate and tho evidence was never made public The operations of the lobby are notorious and lobbies usually use money The interests of the people hove been betrayed again aud again by pol iticians of both parties for there is no partisanship iu graft There is every evidence the no proof That was what New York said and now she is being held up to scorn the world over How long will it be before our turn comes And are you and I and the other honest voters whoso interests are being sold out watching tilt nominations of the big men 1 And what will we say when the fellow in New York a few years from now says that we Ought to have known 1 Woaroenjoyingour sneer at New York today are we taking care that New Yorkwill not have the last laugh OR THOMSON RESIGNS Pastor of Union Church and College Chapel Quits Work Here to Become Head of Lincoln Institute To the Members of the Union Church Berea Kentuckyw My dear People Moat of you are famllar with the question which I have bad under dis cussion for more than a year whether to accept the position of Prin cipal of Lincoln Institute or to main pastor of this Church no time has there boon in my 1At any desire to leave my pastor There Is no other work on earth that I love so well as that of the ministry 1 have had other delightful pastorates and it nearly broke the hearth of Mrs Thomson and myself when you called us hero and the Lord said Go Dut never have we found anywhere clso more loyal sup port more enjoyable people or more satisfaction in our work than hero In Berea In connection with tho Union ChurchWhen the Prlnclpalshlp of the Instl tuto was first urged upon refused to believe that tho Lord wantI mo to leave tho lIne of work which for many years has been my joy U seemed to ma that I could say with the apostles m is not tit that I should forsake the word of God and serve tables The matter howover continued tot t i a +rM l JoIJ I be pressed upon me I earnestly endeavored to find some one else to bo head of Lincoln Institute but with afllrs tutp was like a ship in a storm and It was no time to abandon it That storm Is by no means passed Thero has ben no evident noUflca jtlon from tho Lord that It was His i will that we should leave Berea and undertake this now line of work but the pressure from the colored people was constant and it was the call of the needy not to be ignored Tho Louisville members of the Institutes Prudential Committee were almost j If not quite as urgent as the colored people I also found that many of my people hero whose Judgment t value highly while a most affec tionate desire to have no change in the pastorate yet seemed to see In tho situation the call of tho Lord to me One consideration which Induced us to leave our delightful pastorate in Lorain 0 and comp to Korea was the fact that ten men could bo found for that position more easily than one for the Union Church ot Berea Now in the same line I am disposed to think that ten men can be more easily found for the pulpit than one Ito be the Principal of Lincoln Insti- tutei Continued onJ fifth pijfefXi liV powerrand way with knowledge is newspaper cents COUNTY popularity bidding expressing F Your Checks are Receipts J I fi Pay as you go an excellent maxim pro vided you paybycheck Its foolish to carry money on the person except for the smallest purchases and for aside from the care and inconvenience there is always the dan i ger of theft or loss li with checkbook of bank in your pock r et the inconvenience and worry is eliminated r You write out check for the exact amount of each your is record fortreference and the check itself will later be returned to you by the bank and may re r tained receipt i 1t1 1 Some persons think of the check account IsimpeJ rI I I 1 l1 e GH Berea i k iCompanyWM II PORTER President t 4 y L WASHINGTON LETTER I Congress Loafing Along While Taft Dusts off Big StickPresident Get ting Ready to Reply toCrltlcs Bal linger Bothered at Last by Being I Called ShysterNews of the Cap Ital I Washington D C I April 2 1910 I Our lovely spring weather seems to have had d rood effect on Congress this week and there has been less cussing and fighting than for some time back This does not mean that there Is permanent peace but compared to the previous two weeks and considering all the facts and making due allowance and not being too critical It has been peacefulat least more peaceful The loudest holler has come from one R Achilles Balllnger Secretary of the Interior For some time pee pIe have been speculating on the exact i thickness of his hide and now they have the answer He wont stand for being called a shyster lawyer Colliers Weekly which has long since passed up the usual rules of courtesy In his case has been coming out a little stronger In Its language each week Finally they got a rise out I of Achilles The article Is Dalllngcr Shyster and in entitledI accused of doing things which be forgiven even in a jackleg lawyer I He has stood for being called a liar and a thief but he now draws the line and says he will sue There Is I Just a suspicion that this has boo what Colliers wants as with a III f suit It will be possible to get court i records and to put witnesses whore no Congressman can help them out I We are waiting with interest for next weeks Issue Another little outside fuss comes from faraway Manila where a couple of Japs have been arrested as spies Just because they got caught sneak ing around and taking photos oC the forts They have asked wrlta ofhabeas corpus to get out ot the clutches of the Army and if the case should ever be taken up by the two governments It Is likely to a lot of trouble anti some hard feel InsSII But the real excitement has not reportedIwhich Pres Taft has been developing arid which has been reported In those letters from time to time has come to 110lisbrush the dust from the big and go after the people who have been criticising him As wo have already Kophoed we wish to remark once more that we bet when ho does begin there will be aplenty doing right awayThe lino which the Presidents der tense wilt take is still uncertain It is supposed of course that hA will de tend the tariff bill and that ha will maintain that he Is carrying out oil the policies which the people desire menjworks and will explain the sins I which the Insurgents commuted Jn tailing to be regular and do what Joe Cannon said He has told all these things before and It Is natural to ex pect that he will do It again But what more he will say to Justify tho urq Continued on HlftK ravel r I r F Knowledge Is thelto keep up moderrnA M to read a good is incidentals But a this a purchase checkstub a be as a may A them make stick I Jf IN OUR OWN STATE I I Boom for McCreary for Democratic Candidate for Governor Grows i Crabbe to Head Normal School ItIccandidate for governor seems to bo gaining ground and there Is at least a chance that the whiskey people headed by Den Johnson will accept him as a compromise In the hopes I that the Senators reputation will have the party from the consequences of some of the blunders committed dur I ing the legislative session j- CRABUE RESIGNSJ G Crubbe v has resigned as State Superintendent of Public Instruction and will become head of the StAto Normal school at IUchmond Ills resignation will be QIsevere loss to the entire state antI It Is to bo hoped that his success In i his new place will Justify the change TWO DROWNED An unknown man and his son were drowned last week near London The man said he was looking for a runaway wife Some believe that the failure to find the i hisIsonI subscribers will not be interested in this but if you like to drink better III take notice After late In June it will be a misdemeanor to take a drink on any train and when a man docs it the conductor will be authorized to have him put In Jail at the next town This is a mighty good law and wa hope that every ono will help the conductor light on the first tel low he sees violating It Drinking Is the cause of about all tho disorder and rowdyism that occurs on trains TOBACCO STRIKE Considerable excitement is being caused in Louis ville by a strike of the workers in the big tobacco factories Both men and women are out and there have rIotsIFranklin theup question whether any brIbes were i given to the members of the last- Legislature While this Is a most com mendable thing It certainly Is not crediting Kentucky politicians with their fair share of sense to expect that they will have left any proof It took sixteen years and a quarrel between the bribe givers and bribe takers before the facts wero brought out in New York JACKSON MORRIS TIPPEDlt is reported on good authority that Mr Jackson Morris of Jackson County Assistant Secretary of State will be offered the place of secretary to the governor If McKenzie Todd succeeds Mr Thatcher as Is expected JOHN F DEAN CASHIER At tho regular monthly meeting of tho directors of tho fovea Bank and Trust Co hold Tuseday afternoon Mr John F Dean was elected cash ier He succeeds Mr J W Stephens who resigned April 1 to resume his Uo business with the L d N Mr J E Moore will become assistant cash ier filling Mr Deans place The bank Is In a more prosperous cOndl lion than for somo time and the di rectors aro much gratified Mr Dean Is being heartily congratulated by his many friends on hla promotion which ho has won by his able and coasclen tious work as assistant to Mr Steph Insih y r to7 e r1 1 t i COeYRC1T ItillI II 990G THE GG Co I 1 SYNOPSIS Frederick Hardy a fashionable Boston oclety man lost his wealth was Jilted chargeof an and American sent by Trding Compano ktore In Russia On his journey throuGh Japan he met Btapleton sup posedly an Englishman Iiecausegoteeu5Q I to RussIa wero theyUmes Hardj Were was arrested papers ehnwingmapsof his Jap person forts Hardy was proven guiltless On a train- merchantisIneNeelllce daughter shoes Sapfound of torts him to be a Russian spy Hardy departed for HUll ala on a steamer which was wrecked Inhortly afterward I- OnteaohinguVladl A llusslan stcamff tvostok he was well treated lie for meeting Princess Romanovna on the ardyiehowedatheprincess for Amur h his Was herstrandedwere Chinese waved their hlesherolmInManchuHanaHardy for tired upon the craft Hardy chief Burning arrow were hurled upon the Pushklna decks An was made to board the vessel Tho attacking Chinese were repulsed Romanoff sneered at HardY solicitude for the princess titanka a messenger sent for help was nailed to a cross on the shore To put an end to the awful torture Hardy himself I put Stanka out of his misery taking his t own life In his hands Forest tires men aced the vessel Hard volunteered to go for help Refused permission he lumped overboard and started to wlm with the princess distress message Ro for his brave wooedtierwasrescredIlRardycame ey then raft Arriving at his he took charge of the trading companys busi letter from a so h tees Hardy received a cial leader In Boston and another from lAlsome Hardy took lessons In Russian of a Jew thus connecting himself In a I with that race Hardy received a L letter from the princess thanking him for his bravery Hardys teacher was In danger of death He employed Wang as n servant Hardy went to Moscow where lie was invited to call upon the princess He started for the palace home of Prln cess Romanovna Hardy aroused unac rountnbie jealousy of his Korean boy by that he was going to call on the princess lie house cabman who drove him to a large on a poorlY 1 lighted street After entering the house discovered that It WILl B resort or dypwho supposed he was Felix Hu 4 Ito come to of a powerful ex plosive he had discovered The real arrived and denounced Hardy as an Impostor + The nihilists determined to kill hardy In order to protect themselves Finding an unloaded revolver In his over coat pocket he pointed It at Hullns bomb which lay on the table and swore ito blow them all up together If they touched him Holding the nihilists at bay Hardy started to leave the room when the police were heard at the outer door Hulin threw his bomb killing several policemen the nihilists fled and na 0 Vuch the Jew suddenly appeared and led Hardy to the cellar Baruch Hardy through an underground passage to another house from which he emerged and returned to his hotel Hardy visited the princess contributed to the fund for the relief of the victims of the nihilists CHAPTER XXXIII Continued I The American was puzzled for a moment He knew why this hand some daredevil Russian had sub scribed so large an amount That Doris Romanoff was touched by the suffering of the poor was a thought to bring a smile to the face of any who chanced to know him Hardy was not rich as we know He had saved a tow thousands from his fortune and his salary and profits from commissions brought him are spectable Income Ho held his pen for a moment suspended as he re marked looking the princess quizzic ally In the eye Your cousin Is very tenderhearted Is he not quite charitably disposed He has responded handsomely has bo not she replied carelessly but there was an amused look In her eyo Dut ho Is rich and doesnt mind a lit tie sum like this Besides ho knows that I am anxious to make these poor people comfortable Hardy scribbled his name on the3 paper and handed it back carelessly to the princess Dut monsieur she gasped my friend I could not accept so much from you I You have made some mis take here He adjusted his gold pincenez looked critically at the paper and read sotto voco- Frederick Courtland lardy rUe bles 2600 No that is quite your highness I shall take correctII ure In sending you a check morning You have little Idea of how this cause appeals to me The princess flushed and held the paper In her hand for some moments In silence looking at it The Americans are as generous as they are brave she said at last In a low voice I shall accept this noble gift on behalf of my poor people InI whose name I thank you At this moment a servant appeared at the door and announced Lieutenant Gortchakov I regret that I must be leaving you now said the Romanovna but stay I should lllw to Introduce you to the lieutenant He is a great admirer of America and Americans Show the lieutenant in Aleko The lieutenant entered tall In his twenties very slender and handsome He was attired in the uniform of the Imperial Guards Seeing the princess ho bowed very low clicking his heels together Then ho walked rapidly to her and bending with exquisite grace and assurance lifted her hand to his lips After which ho turned politely and Inquiringly toward Hardy who aroseLieut Gortcnakov raid the prin cess this is Mr Hardy the brave American of whom you have heard uc speak I desire you to be friend v a He Became Infatuated with a Woman of Disreputable Character It gives me great pleasure to make your acquaintance said the lieuten ant extending his hand The pleasure is mine I assure you replied Hardy Gen Catkoff has already told me of your heroic deeds on the Amur said the lieutenant I have been- hoping for some time that I might have the honor of meeting you I had no idea that you were in Moscow Gortchakov was a frank ingenuous youth to whom the American took an immediate liking I shall leave you two together said the princess rising while I go and get my wraps Oh by the way Alexleff why can we not drive Mr Hardy by the Slavlansky Bazar The lieutenant has a new pair of whlto Arabian horses which he Is anxious for me to see I am sure that Mr Hardy can appreciate fine horses- I shall be most happy replied the lieutenant If Mr Hardy will accept Oh I am sure he will laughed the princess It he is sufficiently urged She loft the room and Gortchakov began to explain that ho was driving her to a reception and that the Sla valnsky would be on the way lie had not been talking over a minute when Doris Romanoff entered superbly handsome In evening dress An older man accompanied him Romanoff shook hands cordially with Gortcha kov whom ho addressed as Alexleff and to whom ho introduced his companion Gen Koukolnlk lie did not Introduce Koukolnlk to Hardy but said to the latter with an evil insolent smile Hello Hardy bows trade Dut these Americans are enterprising I ho explained affably to the general This fellow hero is a storekeeper who it seems is working tho Russian nobility for all ho Is worth Whats your scheme now Tell us thats a good fellow You shall have our in fluence with the princess she ought to be an easy mark under the cir cumstances oh general The American paled with rage but ho looked Romanoff full in the eyes returning Insolence for insolence CHAPTER XXXIV The Princess Commands Doing only a merchant replied tim American I find it necessary to cultivate good manners to a certain extent Wero I a prince I might also be a boor Upon my soul exclaimed Gen Koukolnlk but this la a very peppery merchant The generals cheeks and nose were adorned with a network of varicose veins the result of innumerable deep potations of vodka Ho was that anomalous com bination an excitable fat man and ho had u habit of jerking so fiercely at his long pointed sidewhiskers that he pulled down the puffy underlld of his eye disclosing the red conlunc tlva Romanoff flushed with rage Fellow said he I am not going to wuto any words with you I grant t r t you a certain degree of courage considerable shrewdness and any amount of insolence Dut you are making a sad mistake If you hope to force your way Into high society simply because you happened to kill a Chinaman or two on the Amur You may take ad vantage of my cousins good nature but you can not impose on the rest of us The best thing for you to do is to accept a good substantial check for your services to the family and tnj e yourself off How much shall I- tbeand he pulled a checkbook from his pocket Detter take my advice and accept It now while we are in the mood and the offer is openUpon my soul exclaimed Kou kolnlkI that I shall be offended at this later drawled Hardy when I get to thinking over it At the present you are too interesting as a study nahzoology I do not believe there is such smother boor and ruman living in all Moscow as you Certain ly the Russians of the better class that I have met thus far have all been gentlemenI this doesnt bore you Alexleff nor you general said Ro manoff but I really must settle with this fellow once and for all and have It over with I met him first In Japanl where he played me a low which he no doubt received money from the Japanese authorities lIe be came infatuated with a woman of dis reputable character there and he and the woman had me put on a boat os tensibly sailing for Vladivostok I soon found out that I was to bo Im prlsoned or put to death This fellow remained in Japan with his paramour and ho came on hero afterward at his leisure I have had him watched since by the police and it is certain that he la an enemy of the government and perhaps a Japanese spy It is known that ho consorts with Jews and I strongly suspect that he is himself an American Jew The Ro manoff family Is unfortunately under certain obligations to him for which I am offering to pay him liberally Come now my man how much shall it bo There must surely be some mis take hero said Gortschakov I was introduced to Mr Hardy by the prin cess who recommended him to mo as a possible friend What have you to say to these accusations of the prince MrHardyNothing replied the American save that If we were not under the roof of a lady I should tell Romanoff that I can not believe that ho is mia takenYou would have us think then1 suggested Gortchakov that ho Is undoubtedly lying Have a care cried Romanoff raising his voice Do not presume too far on the protection of the princess Onco more and for tho last time I ash you how much do YU- IIwantand ho thrust the checkbook under Hardys nose You are positively growing tiresome said Hardy and he flipped the 4 book from Romanoffs fingers so that It flew fluttering halfway across the roomHell and furies exclaimed Ro manoff Take that you son of a dirty Jewessnnd ho struck Hardy violently in tho taco with the flat of his hand Tho blow staggered tho American and left a number of red welts that contrasted strangely with the marble whiteness of his cheeks This insult must bo answered for elsewhere he said in low oven tones Lieut Gortchakov I am a compara tive stranger hero will you do mo the honor of seconding mo In this affair You want me to fight a duel with JOUIainstantly or I shall have you kicked into the street- I am an American Hardy ex plained to Gortchakov and the gen Seconds Will on You In the tlemen of America earn their Jving by honest toll Moreover I am by birth and education a gentleman Will you be my second- Gortchakov caught sight of a stately white figure standing In a distant door the figure of a tall woman wearing a long white opera cloak a coronet blazing with diamonds surmounting her regal brow lIe extended his hand to lardy I will be your second he said Are you mad said Romanoff I can not fight with this low follow this tradesmanI Mr Hardy through the In troduction of the Princess Roman ovna declared Alexleff that Is quite sufficient for me You will either fight me or I will horsewhip you on the public streets Insisted Hardy not raising his voice I knew you to be a lIarI did not suspect that yon were also a coward Gentlemen for shame cried the princess advancing to the angry group her eyes blazing with indigna tion Do yqu forget that you are In my house Dless my soul exclaimed Koukol nlk it Is the princess I Madame I humbly salute younnd clicking his heels together ho made a low bow Ah good evening cousin said Ro manoff I beg your pardon for this disturbance but really this fellow hero is to blame I offered to pay him for the which ho has rendered to a member of the family lie knocked my checkbook from my band and I very properly chastised his in solence by slapping his face As the head of the family it is my duty to protect you from low adventurers I demand now most decidedly that you bid him begone Oh Doris cried the princess more In sorrow than In anger out of your own mouth I condemn you If you offered this gentleman money I am obliged to decide that ho did a very spirited and proper thing in knocking your checkbook from your hand In tho name of tho Romanoff family Mr Hardy I ask your pardon for this Insult that has been heaped on you U- Dder my roof I will pardon him replied lardy after ho has fought me according to the custom among gentlemen in this country lIe has struck me and ho must give mo Satisfaction What cried the princess a duel 7 It Is against the law I shall not per mit Jt Tills Jew this shopkeeper wants ino tc fight IIlmI sneered Romanoff Your highness has been pleased to express gratitude for certain services which I have been fortunate enough to render youto express a hope that you might be able In fact to do something for mo in return I now demand n gentlemans satisfaction for this blow It Is all that I shall over ask from tho Romanoff family- I shall also pay you for the blow snarled Romanoff The princess glanced Indignantly at Romanoff then turned her eyes My Walt Morning Said Hardy service searchingly on Hardy who stood there white to the lips rigid as a statue looking scornfully at her cousin You must fight him Doris she said at last In a voice low yet perfectly distinct In the tense silence Romanoff bowed gracefully with an evil smile- I shall kill him with pleasure since you desire It ho said My seconds will wait on you In the morning said Hardy Madame I am your debtor and grateful servant I have the honor of wishing you good evening and he walked from the room CHAPTER XXXV The Princess Entreats In the preliminary arrangements for the duel Lieut Gortchakov represented the American with zeal and fi delity Romanoffs BQConds fully aware of Hardys reputation for skill with the pistol objected to that weaponWhy bless my soul exclaimed Gen Koukolnlk an exchange of bul lets would be nothing jess than mur der and nono of us as Russians could permit that This American could shoot his adversary through the heart or between tho oyes without the least trouble In the world and his hatred of him is so great that he will certain ly do It We cant permit thatupon- my soul wo cant For the time being replied Gort chakov with firmness I shall forget that I am a Russian and shall demand justice for tho man who has asked mo to represent him My man has little or no knowledge of tho rapier A combat n 1 outranco with swords would mean just as surely his destruc tion lie is as you well know tho out raged party and the cholco of woap ons should be his Romanoff more over is not unskillful with the pistol and thero is no doubt as to the quality of his nerve- Fortunately for Gortchakovs con tention the Daron Koubellk Koukol nlka associate believed Hardys rep utation for skill greatly exaggerated Tho follow U a plebeian too be urged a mere tradesman who will lose his nerve when made to stand up and bo shot at Take my word for It Koukolnlk his arm will tremble liko n dogs tall when you pat It on the head If It were I Id rather shoot him down than dirty my sword on him and Ive no doubt In the world that Romanoff will feel tho same It wo Insist on the rapier too when this American is as you know the ag grieved party we shall be casting IIslur on our mans courage No sian nobleman fears any adversary with any weapon Dy this time Koukolnlk had taken so many potations of vodka that tho bravado In this sentiment appealed to himYou are rlghtllo he cried and pis toll it shall be Prince Romanoff shall shoot this tradesman down ho shall not soil his rapier on him J Gortchakdv was jubilant over this rarrangement and ho hastened tovlIardys quarters in the hotel to toll him of tho success of his negotiations All you have to do now said the dapper young Russian is to shoot the great bully through the heart or between the eyes Hardy glanced at Gortchakovi flushed face Ho was struck by tho eagerness of his manner and his evi dent delight at Romanoffs mortal peril i Dont wait till ho shoots first counseled tho lieutenant for ho has a sort of awkward skill with the pistol himself Take aim and shoot just as you hear the word three My associ ate and I will see that you do not get Into serious trouble with the law Wo 1Insultshe has great Influence with tho czar There was a slight break In Gort chakovn voice when ho mentioned tho name of tho princess an agitation In his manner that suggested n possible explanation of his hatred of Romanoff Hardy remembered tho adage All Is fair in love and war The princess beauty was of tho lortIf that breeds murder In the hearts of rmen 1 t If her highness loves her coiuln Hardy said sadly killing him not make her love him the loss o- rorus IIIIthe more She Is not tho sort of woman who loves twico In a life ISheGortchakov If she loves him it would be saving her from a rate worse than death to kill him And think of the insult which ho heaped on you And I assure you that you can kill t him with perfect safety 1mansI A gentleman does not think of tho consequences to himself when he Is vindicating his honor I shall settle this score with Romanoff with a full realization of all the aggravating ell cum tancos Gortchakov seized the American hand Impulsively Pardon me my friend ho said I intend no Imputation on your cour age but there are others besides myself who aro tired of this great bully RomanoffWhen Is the meeting to take place asked Tomorrow Hardyigrove on the you will permit me I shall call for at halfpast seven with my sledge shall drlvo you there andI ijAnll I no medicine like sleep and plenty of It to mako the hand steady and the eye clear The young Russian glanced at theIother admiringly You have tho nerve of a Russian Or of an American replied Hntdy smiling You will find me ready ati730 and dont fall to be on ImustrendezvousLeft himself Hardy sat for a long time with his head In his hands thinkingOf ability to kill Romanoff at the distance agreed onlO paces ho bad not the slightest doubt Ho asjalso awaro that ho stood u himself of being wounded or of losing his life Romanoff enjoyed the repu tatlon of being a fair shot though how much this meant In Russia Hardy 1 had no means of judging Probably 1standardssometimes hit tho mark Was the princess In love with her df cousin The more Hardy debated this possibility In his mind the more it took on the shape and tangibleness of probability That slur had commanded the prlnco to flgnt was no J proof against the supposition Rho camo of fighting blood and the manIshe loved must bo no coward More over Hardy hind taken advantage1 ofFher own princely word to bad claimed fulfillment of the promiserrk that she had made to him i I TO BE CONTWUBDI I h I The Question ofJohn the Baptist Sudiy School Lcuos for April 17 1910 Spec aar Arranged for This Paper LESSON TBXTMatthew 11119 Mem Dry Vr81 4 5 QOIDEN TKXTnut the wltnfM which 1 have li greater than that of John for the work which the Father hath given me to accomplish the very works that I do bear wltntia of meI that the Father hath sent tneJohn 5STUUIfrhop In the summer of A n 28 boforo our tout trison aelIlse rnlsed tho son of the widow at Naln John the llaptlst was In prison at Castle Machaerus on the east of the Dead sea Suggestion and Practical Thought Christ Answer to Honest Doubt Who was this doubter this John tho Baptist Ho was the last man In tho world ono might have expected to en tertaln doubts regarding Jesus Ho fleshjhis puro and simple life gave him lino insight Into spiritual matters II The DoubtVs 13 Under what circumstances did John begin to doubt the Mosslahship of Jesus Ho had been cast Into prison as a pun ishment for his bold condemnation of J the sin of Herod Antlpas Herod had perIIllS What was tho sensible course that John took to rid himself of doubt Ho sent directly to Jesus by two of his disciples who had remained faithful to him In all his trials Tho message was Art thou ho that should come n common and wellunderstood description of the Meaalahor do we look for another Illustration A weaver who had an elaborate piece of tapestry hung It stretched upon tho tenterhooks in his yard That night It was stolen A piece of tapestry was found by tho officers which seemed to answer tho description but as the pattern was not unlike that of other fabrics there must bo definite proof It was brought to tho weavers yard and there tho perforations In tho fabric were found to correspond precisely to the outer hooks This was demonstration In like manner If wo place the life and character of Jesus over against all tho prophecies of Messiah In Scripture In the sacred books of tho false relig ions and in tho universal longings of iItho race wo shall find that there Is f n perfect correspondence point by point David James Farrell D D t IU D 1 Christs Answer to the DoubtVs 4 0 Luke tells us Luko 721 that when Johns message was delivered Christ proceeded at once to work I many miracles of healing Including the euro of demoniac nnd of the blind Not until ho had done this did lie give the messengers his reply Christ gave two credentials of his Mcsslahshlp what was the first Ills miracles tho undoubted fact that tho blind receive their sight and the lame walk tho lepers are cleansed and the deaf hear tho dead are raised upWith what significant exhortation did Jesus close his message to John Blessed In he whosoever shall not bo offended in mo Christs Estimate of the Honest Doubter Vs 71 G Why did our Lord as soon as Johns messengers depart ed tell the crowd what he thought of John Hccauso they might think that Johns question implied a weakness In him at which Christ would bo of fended As John had exalted Jesus oo Jesus would exalt John Christs Estimate of Dishonest Doubters Vs 1C19 John was ready to receive Jesus an soon as his mind could be convinced that Is he was an honest doubter Christ now turns se 1verely upon a set of men the Pharl sees Dud lawyer Luke 730 who showed plainly that they were die honest doubters being unwilling to receive the truth no matter how much Idenco was given them tJ II k ToIII children playing In the marketplaces at marriages nnd funerals trifling with the greatest things of life Some 4arepretending to play the flute like the hired musicians that headed the q wedding processions followed by other children will not join in tho piping ot j tho walling at the right times to please them These last of course t r are Jesus and John To what comforting conclusion did I I Christ como That wisdom the Truth of which he was an Incarnation p Is justified approved accepted by l her children even though all tho chil dren of tho evil one reject her Their hearts are in unison with the gospel harp when Christs minister strikes Us golden strings their feelings vi- I brntc to every touch they can accom compllSsI tj son isDenot anxious bout things OodYwith upon tip things commit thy dally cares willIstrengthen thy for greater trials x that may comeDr Puscy o Contentment comes neither by I t culture nor by wishing it Is a rccan h k dilation with ones lot growing out of rr an Inward superiority to our surround z togaJ K McLean 1Wo moremethod but 1 Moro motive John Willis Baer t I SAYS MEAT WILL GO HIGHER COUNSEL OF CATTLE MEN SO IN FORMS SEATE COMMITTEE Declares Decreasing Production and Increasing Population Are Cause for High Prices Washington Unless some one can find a way to repeal the law of supply and demand there Is no remedy for rising prices asserted Samuel II Cowan of Fort Worth Tex counsel for the Cattle Raisers association ot Texas before tho senate food Investigating committee The people of the United States need never expect cheap meat again Mr Cowan told the committee that It would be necessary for cattle rais ers to maintain us high or even higher prices to keep pace with the increased cost ot grazing land and feed Like other witnesses before the com mittee Mr Cowan said the present prlco of beef was caused by the do creasing production and the Increasing population lie said cities were turn log young men away from farms to such an extent that It was almost Im possible to Ret sufficient help to make the product on keep paco with tho de mand The only way to attract men to tho country bo said was to In crease tho Incentive by giving them high wages which with the advanced prlco of land and feed made It neces sary for itockralsera to receive more fer their cattle- GROSSCUP IS THREATENED Movement Is Started Looking to Judges ImpeachmentSabath Wants an Inquiry Washington Behind a sweeping resolution sent to the house of representatives by Congressman A J Sabath of Chicago a movement has been started looking to an at tempted Impeachment of United States Circuit Court Judgo Peter S Gross cupCongressman Sabaths resolution directs the attorney general to furnish the house with the names of all persons connected with the department of Justices and particularly the United States circuit and district courts who receive compensation other than a fixed salary Mr Sabath said that ho desired mainly to break up the court cliques In Chicago that have got a corner on bankruptcy proceedings and receiver shipsOther federal courts of Illinois Mr Sabath charges have been Ignoring tho requests of Interested litigants and their counsels and apparently throwing all their receivership and bankruptcy cases to some one firm or favored friend of the court ASK FOR ARMOURS CUSTODY Prosecutor Garven Flies Requisition Papers for Extradition of Big Chicago Packers New YorkRequisition papers for tho extradition of J Ogdeu Armour of Chicago were filed with GOT Fort at Trenton N J by Prosecutor Qarven of Hudson county This action was taken In accordance with tbo findings of tho Hudson county grand Jury in Jersey City recently which returned indictments against three Chicago beef magnates J Ogden Armour Louis F Swift and Edward Morris Requisition papers for tho Messrs Swift and Morris were filed several days ago Gov Fort first will hear arguments It Is understood CONGRESS MAY END MAY 15 Aldrich Says Adjournment Will Be- Set for That DateOther Sena tors Dissent Washington Congress may be able to adjourn May 15 Is the belief of Senator Aldrich Tho senate leader Issued his prophecy on leav- Ing tho White House where he con ferred with President Taft on pending legislation In which the administration Is InterestedThis first prognostication of importance yet made as to the date of adjournment Several influential members of congress believe it is too optimistic and that opposition to cer tain features of tho administration program may develop that will carry tho session much further along 22 DEAD IN GERMAN WRECK Over 200 Soldiers Are Injured In Col lision Between Express and Military Trains- MulhclmAmnhelm OermanyIt appears that upward of 200 persons received more or less serious In juries when the steamship express ran down and wrecked a military train bound for Strassburg The total dead now number 22 The victims were soldiers Tho signal men have been arrested nnd are charged with having given both trains the right of way at tho same moment Founder of Wichita Kan Dies Wichita Kan James R Meade the man who named Wichita died Friday Ho was among tho six pioneers that established the trading post on the Wichita Indians tribal grounds the site of tho present city Works as Man Fall Reveals Sex St Louis Frances Hanson 25 years old who for tho last year has been known as a man working as such In male attire was Friday found to be a woman after being hurt In falling from a thlyd story window y PEACE IN WAGE WAR BOTH SIDES MAKE MOVES TO BRING ABOUT A SETTLEMENT LONG ILLINOIS SIEGE SEEN Miners to the Ndmber of 300000 Are Out and Wage Negotiations Are Undertaken Issues Will Take Time to Adjust- Indianapolis IndWhen the 300 000 miners In the soft coal fields walked out Friday both sides were making moves to bring about peace In the big wage fight The miners demand that their new contract must provide for a wage In crease of 555 per cent a ton on screened and an equivalent Increase on run of tho mine coal Conferences between the miners or ganizations In the various districts and the corresponding operators as sociations have been arranged Ad justment of the difficulty may take weeks or days In the Brazil block coal district of Indiana there will not bo a suspension for the operators con ceded the demand of the miners In Illinois and western Pennsyl vania where the powder question and who shall pay the shot firers enter the controversy a prolonged contest is likelyAt hundreds of meetings In large and small miners communities where tho people dependent on the Industry assembled to listen to tho speeches of their union leaders the strike was the ono subject of discussion National officers and members of the executive board of the United Mine Workers of America who had been in secret session at their headquarter in this city departed for their districts to advise the local organiza tions in tho negotiations with the mine owners BIG ROW IN PINCHOT QUIZ Chairman Nelson Accuses Glavls At torney of Misleading Committee Jones Called Falsifier Washington There was a lively row at the BalllngcrPlnchot congres sional Inquiry Friday Testimony for Secretary Balllnger was begun and it soon developed a clash between Chairman Nelson of the committee and Atorney Brandels counsel for L IL Qlavls The chair man accused Mr Brandels of conceal- Ing certain evidence and trying to mislead tho committee Brandels resented tho charge and demanded a withdrawal which was refused Democratic members of the commit tee took the side of Brandols in urg ing withdrawal but Nelson was obdurate and finally tho record was al lowed to stand Elmer E Todd United States dis trict attorney at Seattle Wash when called contradicted certain statements made by Special Agent H L Jones when he was testifying for Louis It Glavls The witness declared that Jones statement that he had advised against criminal action In the Alaska cases because Judge Hanford was consti tutionally opposed to land fraud trials generally was absolutely false The cross examination of tho witness as to a letter Glavls had written to the department at Washington urging criminal prosecution in certain cases soon led tho committee Into a quarrel and brought out anew the strength of the partisan feeling which has grown up KELLNER GIRL IS FOUND Rich Uncle Goes to Meet Her Abduc tors and Give Them the Money Louisville Alma K Kellner eight yearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Frederick ICeliner Jr of this city kidnaped December 8 1909 while on her way to church and held for 25000 ransom probably will be In the arms of her overjoyed parents Sunday Her return will end n nation wide hunt of 82 days In which thou sands of detectives stimulated by the largo rewards offered participated The abductors If they have not al ready received It will be paid 10000 and promised Immunity from prosecution by relatives Negotiations for the restoration of the stolen child are being arranged by Fred Fehr an uncle who Is a wealthy business man here and who Almas parents admitted has been In personal communication with the kid napers for several days Tries to Burn Sick Wife Mahanoy City PaSamuel Reed 60 years old a contract stone mason poured a gallon of kerosene on his Invalid wife and then set her oil soaked clothing on tire Attracted by the screams of the woman neighbors rushed in and toro the flaming gar ments from her but she was so severely burned she Is not expected to survive Reed was jailed Naval Disaster Probe finds Manila The court of Inquiry has about completed its investigation of the accident on board the United States cruiser Charleston whoa eight men were killed and seven others In jured by the explosion of a three lnch gun Tho findings will bo forwarded to Washington British Consul at Savannah Dies Savannah Ga James A Donnelly British consul at Savannah died Fri day ot heart failure Ho had served n year as consul 1 L INCREASE OF BEER DRINKING Four Fifths of the 55000000 Barrels Consumed Yearly It In CIties How Distributed Practically all the alcohol sold as a drink on this continent is In two main forms distilled liquors and beer The fact that the consumption of tho latter averages 21 gallons per head for the population of the United Statcsas a wholo may seem somewhat startling yet this Is truly the case For the last 50 years the per capita consumption of distilled liquors has been about stationary The whisky business sells as it did 40 and 50 years ago a little less than three quarts of pure alcohol yearly for each person In the United StatesIn same period the sale of al cohol in beer line grown from practic ally nothing to n quantity greater than is sold in distilled liquor In 18CO the sale of beer in the United States was 322 gallons a head In 1908 It was 21 gallons twothirds of a barrel The alcohol sold In this form was a little less than a pint a head in I860 in 1908 It was a little moro than three quarts Since 1850 the volume of this remarkable new Industry has increased 50 times it is 18 times larger than it was In 18GO This growth of tho American beer trado has constituted ono of the wonders of tho liquor business commented on in trade circles all over tho world The capital invested in it Is over ten times that Invested In distilleries and the value of its produce 2 times as great But the demand for this drink is not evenly distributed across the country It Is limited very largely to nbout a quarter of the population the residents of cities Fourfifths of the 65000000 barrels of beer made in thb United States Is consumed in cities and at least threefourths of It by tho population of cities them selves The brewing trade statistics show that every man woman and child in cities of over 25000 can safe ly be credited with drinking a barrel Largelybyican cities drinks at least 11 quarts of puro alcohol a head every eari while tho population of the rural dis tricts drinks a little over four quarts a head In view of these facts the liquor problem in Americaand every ono seems to concede there Is eneIs obviously in the city and almost as obviously the brewery trade Is connected with It RAILROADS BAR THE SALOON Argument for Abstinence Advanced by Big Corporations as a Condition- of Employment Further progress In the new tem corporatlons evidenced by the rule in the mills of tho steel trust forbidding employes to leave their work to get a drink This regulation affecting as it does many thousands of workmen Is cal culated to do more for practical tem perance than any amount of per suasionMany of tho railroads also enforce sobriety in employes Under the new system of discipline on the Burling ton road drunkenness in an operating employe is cause for dismissal with prohibitseither on or off duty Employes of the New York Central the Pennsyl drinkdoChicago Eastern Illinois forbids trainmen to frequent saloons and the Missouri Kansas Texas has only recently issued an order making tho cashing of an employes pay check by a saloonkeeper evidence warrant- Ing dismissal The attitude of the corporations toward liquor has become an Impor tant factor in a practical movement yearsbaaof tho time The appeal is no longer to the selfrespect but to the pocket The argument for abstinence Is ad vanced not as n theory but as a con dition of employment- The extent to which corporations and other largo employers of labor have become instrumentalities of a general moral uplift is one of the remarkable developments of modern business life The order of the Western Electric Company requiring em ployes to abstain from gambling drinking and immorality is not the only example of this exercise by a corporation of censorship over the conduct of employes Sobriety Among the Hebrews Tho annual report of the Jewish board of guardians Manchester Eng brings to light tho remarkable fact that the death rate of the poor of the Hebrew people in the great cotton center is only 598 being in fact less than halt that of the healthiest and most fashionable districts of the city The medical officer remarks that he Is convinced that the sober and homely life of the Jews Increases their power of resistance to disease and adds that out of 1170 patients representing a population of about 6000 ho did not come across a soil tary person suffering directly or indi rectly from the effects of drink MV fI1J 1188S Berea College 1909 s FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS t Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of aliv iJ I Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS 1 A special teacher foreach grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed with others likp himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter i THE MODEL SCHOOLS for tlicso least advanced Some lectures library and general n vantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic I and the common branches taught in tho right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons In Farm and Household Management etc Free text II ITRADENursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for those who have largely r finished common branches The most practical and interesting studies to fit a young person for an honorable and useful life 1 CHOICE OF STUDIES is offered in this course so that a young man may secure n 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 profitable Small extra feestACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin Gov man Algebra History Science etc fitting for college i COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with 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 i 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 fleece 1 sary for State certificate MUSIC Singing free Reed Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra In connection with any course Small extr fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Bcrca College is not a moneymaking institution All tho money reofceived from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School expends j- on an average upon each student about fifty dollars a year moro than he pays In This great deficit Is made up by the gifts of Christian and patriotic people 1 who are supporting Bcrea 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 come from the 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 All except thoso with parents in Berca live in Collego buildings and assist in work of boarding hall farm nnd shops receiving valuable train lag and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In win ter it Is expected that all will have a chance to earn as much as 35 cents a week Somo who need to earn moro may by writing to the Secretary before coming secure extra employment so its to earn from 50 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Bcrea favors plain clothing Our climate Is the best but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps and underclothing umbrellas and overshoes are necessary The Coopera tive Store furnishes books toilet articles work uniforms umbrellas and other necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost The 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 bedding and towels For table board without coffee or extras JL35 a week in the fall and lGO In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash Ing of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring 50 cents in winter SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit as guarantee for return of room key library books etc This is paid but once and is returned i when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for care of school build loSS hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services bt teachers all our Instruction is a free gift The Incidental Fee for most students la 500 a term 6 In courses with Latin and 700 fa Collegiate coarse IlliiiIlII PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental fee and room rent by the term board by the halt term Installments are as follows FALL 14 weeks 129501n ono payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2105 Including 100 deposit middle ot term 945 WINTER12 weeks 2900ln one payment 2850 Installment plan first day 2100 Including 100 deposit middle ot j term 900- SPRINGtO weeks 2250ln one payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1675 Including 100 deposit middle of term 675- SPRING4 weeks term for those who must leave for farm work 940 SPRING7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers examI- nations 1645- REFUNDING Students who leave by permission before tho end of a term receive back for money advanced as follows No allowance for frac tion ot a week On board refund in full On room and Special Expenses there is a largo loss occa sioned by vacant rooms or depleted classes and the Institution will refund only one half ot tho amount which the student has paid for the remaining reeks of tho term On Incidental Fee students excused before the middle of a term will re cclve a certificate for onehalt the incidental tee paid which certificate wilt be received as cash by Berca College on payment of term bills by Xhofstu dent in person or a brother or slater if presented within four terms J The first day ot Fall term Is September 15 1909 The first day of Winter term Is January 5 1910 The first day of Spring term Is March 30 1910 For InformaUon or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLEBEREA That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the men and boys who see it The mountain people liko a good thing when they see it and to get a 75 cent knife with two blades of razor steel and a dollar paper that is worth more to the moun tain people than any other dollar paper in the world The Knife and The Citizen for 125 That brings subscriptions all the time If you have not got it you ought to haves r f S i I or vr JI I v I f J f = edCOSSShOe bends with your foot I Does this look like a comfort I f shoe Yet hundreds of women say I I never knew such comfort Oxfords 350 4 High Shoes 4 5 i COYLESYou MAIN ST BEREA KY ooOOOolottoionloso onRO OO000o o o0oo00-I l o Ya io itoo GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES s I o 000000008000000000000000000 DR BEST DENTISTi I lCITY IMIONK 183 I OFFICE OVER POST OFFIC- Er It e j L N TIME TABLE- t North Bound Local Kiioxvllle 630 a m 1100 p m f BEREA 129 p m 357 a m t Cincinnati 610 p m 745 a m1 South Bound Local Cincinnati 640 a m 825 p m BEREA 1159 0 m 1229 p m Knoxvllle 700 p m 550 a m J Express Trains I Stop to let off and take on passen gars from beyond Cincinnati or from I Atlanta and beyond South Bound I Cincinnati 815 a m BUREA 1144 a m I BoundIThese two now carry thru sleepers j from Jacksonville to Chicago transferring over the P R It at Clnclnrati so that Bcrea past J sengers for Chicago may go thru without changing I I Miss Myrna Walker Is kept homo by Illness I i Mr and Mrs Herbert Tlce of near Boras are rejoicing over the arrival of twin boys Mrs P Smith is spending a couple ofweeks in Tennessee visiting her I people Several men and boys from here went on a fishing party to Brush Creek in Rockcastle County last Sat urday For sale or exchange for other stock two good mule Jacks ApplyMo i J W Herndon Berea Ky Mr P D Caldwell for years Super intendent of the School of Reform oft Louisville Is resting at DOOM Tavern FOR SALE Barred Plymouth i Rock egg3 50 cents per 1C Wrlto I Mrs Maggio Fowler Bcrea Ky or call at homo 2V4 miles north of Boron i Pi Epsilon Pi Literary Society will hold Its annual open meeting in the I 1 College Chapel next Tuesday at 730 I i p m The public Is cordially Invited Miss Margaret Williams who has been very iii with typhoid for tho past month Is slowly Improving Miss Mary Ravencraft of Lexington e who has been nursing Miss Wll llama returned IlondnyIMr Herbert A Wilder of Newton Massa trustee of Beroa College and Mr Alfred Hall of Winchester Mass were In Berea from Saturday till Tues f lay visiting the college ThWwore returning from a visit to Texas and w other southern points A rece on In ihdjr honor was hold at Boons Tav urn Monday night ij WOOD CONTRACTSParties de 1 siring to deliver wood to the Collego for the next school year deliveries too begin after Commencement should see Treasurer Osborne and get con Jootracts at an early date 200 a cord will bo paid for absolutely sound sod wood with no small limbs Tavern Barber Shop ENTIRELY NEW JI CLEAN AND- UPTOTHEMINUTE Bath Rooms in Connection Down Stairs Boone Tavern S R SEALE Prop Beetle In town for a tea daysMr Noel Mitchell Is visiting mends relatives In town this weekIlund R A Church went to the Lin Institute site on business Mon dayMr Ed Whltt who la a student ot tho State Normal at Richmond was visiting friends in town at tho first of tho week Miss Sarah Ely arrived Monday from Richmond for a short visit with her motherMr ll Moore wljo was a student here during the Fall term was visiting friends hero over Sunday Prof J W flame was in Evarts a part of this week S B Combs is building an adds IMr to tho house In which he lives on Center Street Miss Bottle Herndon who Is attend ing school at Danvlllo was home last week for a short vacation 0 Mr and Mrs W II Porter gave a musical at their home Wednesday evening for the teachers of tho flap list Sunday School A most enjoyable time was reported Miss Withers a secretary of Young Womens Christian AssocIa- tion visited the College a few days of this wook She gave a delightful and most interesting little talk to the girls at their regular report moot- Ing Tuesday morning Mr and Mrs E A Bender aro be ing visited this week by Mr Benders parents from their home at New Milford O Mr Goo Dick left Tuesday for row York on a three weeks trip lIE will pay special attention on his visit to the great engineering plants of that city lie will also visit Washington and Philadelphia The Rev M K Pasco was taken Monday to Rochester Minn for special medical treatment Jno Pasco came home lo accompany his father Will Dooley has boon appointed Census Enumorator for Borca and the Glades and John Henry has secured the same place for the Boar Wallow neighborhood The Clio Club was delightfully entertained at the home of Mrs M E Marsh on Friday week Each lady brought an Easter egg and these were auctioned off to tile gentlemen amid much laughter Following this and some amusing forfeits all adjourned to tho dining room whore a collation of delicious refreshments were served John Gerdes a well known former student writes from the New York University Law School where he Is about to graduate He expects to bet I rolunion I J llinY p it i t The latest in silk fifirc insertionsj tit laces edgings cmbroiderfes hosiery- likri4keichiefstand beft 5anrMO ctt line at 77 MRS tAlLYS t TM tik 10 STANDARDIZED For All Live StockEASY AND SAFE TO USE IIRINGWORM rue eels BI PORTER DRUG CO INCORPORATE ASK FOR MKK BOOKLETS Mr and Mrs Crenshaw who have I conducted tho colored school BO acceptably and successfully for several years have been obliged to resign I on account of the illness of Mrs i Crenshaws mother They have moved to Richmond to caro for her The priscilla Club met for a Swap ping Iarty at the home of Mrs i Stanley Frost last Wednesday night About thirtyfive were present Including the husbands of most of the members The husbands were put thru a series of tests to determine which most nearly reached tho ideal requirements ot a fitting mate to a I 1rlscllla club membor and on a vote being taken Mr Carl Hunt was far In the lead Dr Davis was chosen second I I best beating Prof Robertson for tho I honor by an eyelash Both bore their I honors modestly Punch was nerved during the evening and later more I substantial refreshments MISSIONARYTO SPEAK- Dr aI John Lowo for several years JorItConvention will deliver an address i in the Boras Baptist church on this Thursday April iJ at 730 p m Admission Is free and all ore cordially invited and urged to bo present InsplrIins IU D PMEETING Tho open meeting of Utlle Dulco Literary Society Tuesday night was largely attended and was most suc cessful A complete departure from previous similar meetings was made and tho members of the society rendered an adaptation of Alfred Tenny i sons Tho Princess In a most ac ceptable manner Tho Chapel was tastefully decorated for the ocaslon and tho stage was realistically set i Especially delightful wero a drill by the entire society and tile of two of the songs renderingI those who took part in the and the parts they assumed PRINCESS IDA 0 Dom lily I LADY PSYCHE Matilda Cook Imtrntt r in ke University LADY BLANCHE 0 Lillian Christian Imtrurler in He tKivenity MELISSA Myrtle Jones Daughter of Lady ftlantke VIOLET 0 0 MnrleSteKor- A fltfil ifaujfAler flist TilE PRINCK Ileac Hotmer FLORIAN Carrie Spanker Illsjrlend bretker afLady Psyche CYRIL MArgaret Todd Friend la the 1rinte and Maria GAMA Corn Marsh- A ing fatter ej tier IPSE Stella Adams Aotfeman of Gmnat ruiirl PORTRKSS Iou Phillips PUPILS Members of Utile Dulce IHow Disperse Hot Air scientist has perfected a means of dispersing fog by hot air But what we need more than tbrif IsI some means of getting rid of hot airi POLICE CURT NEWS Police Judge Holllday has boon un usually busy during tho last few days There were disturbances In the neigh borhood of tho depot on Saturday and Sunday caused as usual by whiskey and as a result five mon have boon fined froth ono to ton dollars and there are two or three cases to bQ tried A couplo of weeks ego a raid on a gambling game was inado by Marshal Short and a oouplo of thoso arrested came thru and ap peared as witnesses against the rest Throb men have submitted tho law and tho facts and been hued 25 and costs each A considerable number of tho read ers of Tho Citizen have boon asking for full accounts of tho proceedings of tho police court and hereafter Tho Citizen will print at least twice a I actions month an account of all pollco court I FOR SALE A six room house with tat on Rail road Street In Heron Also a 28 pas I ordIcrgasoline engine and good organ which plays tee different tunes has in as high as 200 a day takenI hauled over any rout In two l1torteam of ono horses or mules I II K Richardson forest Ky I BEREA FAIR DATES SET i Tho stockholders of the DorM Fair on met Saturday and made cr olrliways All objectionable features will IH cut out and the greatest care I will be taken to Insure perfect order i and morality on the grounds In ad dition to all the well remembered I features of previous year which have given s6 much satisfaction there will be now ones which will appeal to farm ers especially and which will enlarge I the agricultural Interests ITho dato set for tho fair Is Aug 4 C Tho following officers wore elected President C C Rhodus Viceproa Dr J W Hoakadny Soo ratary and Treasurer E T Fish lllblIKlchardoon W J Tntum J E John I son C C Rhodus Dr J W Ilockada and E T Fish I COMMISSIONERS SALE- J I I W Herndon etc PlanUCfsIv Lucy Kimball Defendant Under and by virtue ot a decree of the Madison ClrculfCoart rendered at the Feb term 1910 in the above action tho undersigned Master Commissioner of said Court will sell lit publlo auction to tho highest and best bidder on the premises In the olty of Bcrea Kentucky at about the hour 12 oclock M on April 20th 1910 following described property or so much thereof as will satisfy plan tiffs debt and interest amounting to 10150 and the cost of this auction Beginning at P D Louis S W corner supposed to bo In Martin Clays lino thence with P B line E 210 foot to a tone thence S 92 foot to a atone thence W 210 toot to a stone supposed to bo In tho Martin Clay lino thence N 92 toot to the beginningSaid will be sold on a credit ofv six months tho purchaser being required to execute bond with good security thereon payable to tho Commissioner and bearing C per L APGO WJTatums FOR Fresh Groceries I buy all kinds of Produce t North Cor Main St Berea Kentucky ST LOUIS SHOE REPAIRING SHOP JAKE MILLER Proprietor Do you want to get satisfaction on your shoe repairing Come to me I guarantee my work Prices are low and Workmanship Guaranteed Best White Oak Leather used Special line of Rubber Heels Work done while you wait Give me a trial and you will call again MAIN ST BEREA KY Over Bank fcent Interest from dato until paid to have the full force and effect of the Judgment and a loin reserved on the property until all the purchase money la paid II C Rica M C M C C PEARSONS BIRTHDAY PLANS The celebration of Pearsons bIrth- day ApHI 14 which U an annum boll for tho College will bo much Ida quiet than had been expected Dr Pearson continued Illness makes It impossible for him to spend tho tiny here as bo had expected to do and the cknew of Pros Frost which has kept him from active work has made It Impossible to sccum tho com pletion of tho fund of 500000 which Mr Pearsons started Tho celebration In consequence will be quiet Dr Wm E Barton of Chi cago will bo hero and is expected to road a letter ot regrets from Dr Pearsons at the assembly at 9MO a m Other speeches will bo delivered as followsBerea for Kentucky by Mss May Harrison Bcrea for Appalnohia by Herbert Henry heron for the Nation by Ralph Patln and Borca for the World by Muss Lllllo Chrisman In tho afternoon a general reception will be held In Pear sons Hall at from three to five to I which all citizens and students alike aro cordially Invited IWomen Menace Prime Minister minister of England now thebacktime until the suffragettes get on to nothingfor Englands Oldest House I Tho oldest houso In England stands near St Alban abbey In Hertford shire about 20 miles from LondonIThis house Is said to bo more than 1000 years old and Is still fit for habi tation Love and Poker pokerSheHow lieA man often wants a hand he cant got FARM FOR SALE Small farm for tent or sale near Wallacoton Call on W A Ogg rJ I J Farmers Dont Fail to Use Fertilizer i f 00 I I tldontf L should buy a horse or cow and it should die you wouldfnot say I will never buy another one Now the thing to do is to try and gain this year what you lost last year and If y the way to do it IS to use Reads or Globe Fertilizer and iT raise big crops Dont use some other fertilizer because I some one tells you it is just as good Use the kipdyou know is good and you wIll not take as much risk J r We have two car loads on hand and would be L glad to sell you Come and see us before buying E L re If tIf 1iItpn1 1 RHODUS c KAYESw il s MAIN STRERTi llle yBbIftyStore KYiffa wart olv ijwa r r air J itrfjt reek rod arL outout unut I f A b1J ttitAa9 In Bad Fix badfixI was unconscious for three days and after that I sickheadtchcul suffered greatly with ailments due to the change of concludedtoSince taking Cardul I am so much better and can do all my housework Take E 1-I 41 CARDUI The Womans Tonic- Do not allow yourself to get Into a bad fix You might get in so bad you would find it hard to get out Belter take Cardul while there Is time while you are still in moderately good health just to conserve your strength and you in tip top condition- In this way your troubles whatever they arclwill grad ually grow smaller Instead of largeryou De on the upgrade Instead of the downand by and bye you will arrive at the north pole of perfect health Get a bottle at your druggists today i1 NEWS OF THE WEEKIContinued dam First Casts resign Which shows that It pays ter to bo dishonest than to tell truth thoI KNTIUE CREW DROWNED tour masted vessel was run down Monday ort the coast of England and i tho eutlro crow Including the wlvcH j1 Oaths officers Wile drowned i INDIANA AGAINST TARIFF Tho hole of tho Btaudpattera that Ind would endorse the AldrIch tariff I law has been disappointed Tho State I Republican convention endorsed both Tart and Roosevelt but did not say I a word about tho tariff When Sen K Havcrldgo made a vicious attack on till now law he was vigorously oheefcd EASTERN KENTUCKY Centlniml on last Page ESTILL COUNTYI Wagorsvllle April 4J M Edwards is In Louisville this week on business It J Scrlvner wont to Boonevllle last week on business Mr and Mrs Ambrotio Wilson wore the guts of tile latter parents Mr and lIraI Joff Wagon Saturday night and Sun I tLyUnolo Sid Wagers la visiting his daughter Mrs J M Edwards at- present31r J If Amoluo who has been teaching at Wagorsvlllo for the past three months closed his school Friday April 1st Miss Maudo Park of Horea College visited homo folks a tow days the first of the week Miss Ella Park come home last week after a very pleasant visit with her brother Luther In Jacksonville Flo Mr and Mrs W F Parsons of Ir vlno are visiting the latter parents Mr and Mrs O W Arvlno this week Mr Robert Wagers purchased of Mr Jess Wilson a horse for 165 Miss Katherine Wagers and stator and Mr Ambrose Wilson visited their Bister Mrs Simp Warford Saturday of last week Sunday school was re organized at Wagersvlllo Sunday Apr 3 with Mr A B Kolley an Supt Congersvllle III Letter Congorvllle III April 4Wllllo Nickels of Goodfleld was In Conger vlllo tho flret of the week Mrs Ells worth Smith entertained a number ot SundayIThomM Haters Mrs Leo Kelloy and Mrs Ab uer Willis Mr and Mrs Willie Wlll lion visited home folks Saturday night and Sunday Millie Wlllson leaves IIIIlitcumlngton Tuesdayfir and Mrs Leo Kelley visited over Sunday with tho lattero slater Mrs Abncr Willis Mn Hugh Young and six of their A S THE Berea National BankJ No H41- 1llrpnrtuf llm oiiitltloit uf tlin Itrrru Nlltlolinl IUitiknt lltrrn In tliititnlnnf K ntiirUy nt tlin close of LaDsca Mlircli 311 IU1O RESOURCES Loans nUll Discounts 1100174 40 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 1081 02 U S Bonds to secure circulation 25000 00t Premiums ou U S Uouds y 20000 Yanking IIOIIHH furniture anti lixturos 8400 00 Other real estate owned l100 00 Due from approved renorvo ngeutH 14409 05 Checks mid other cwtli items 205 SO Notes of othor National Hunks 485 00 Fractional paper currency nickels mid cents 50 72 AWFUL MONEY KESEUVE IN HANK viz k Specie 757010 Logal tender uotm 098 00 8574 10 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation 1250 00 TOTAL t172110 18 lp LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 25000 00 8000 00 Undivided profits less expenses und tuxes paid 1520 OS National Hank notes outstanding 24000 00 Individual doKHitH subject to check 112543 10 Certified clucks 450 00 TOTAL 17211018 State of Kentucky County of Madison SB I J L Gay Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the nbovo statement is true to the bout of my knowledge and belief J L OAT Cashier Correct Attest S E Welch S R Baker Wright Kol ley Directors Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 4th day of April 1010 G D Holliday Notary Public Ask your Merchant for Cream of Wheat Flour Made fromselected wheat carefully milled on latest the upIo dale mill It Is the whitest and purest and every sack guaranteed TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED Our brands of flour are Cream of Wheat Perfection Pioneer and Fancy Family We also make feed and meal Andrewlsaacs Prop BEREA ROLLER MILLS Berea Kentucky I Cleaning and Pressing Ladies Skirts Gents Overcoats and I Fall Suits Cleaned PressedI and Repaired W C CARlPEN ll ci I Ysacko hBlels Iyafe lKY II I 0c children are quite llf with measles Mrs Charles Gentry and Mrs Loop Marts were at Danvcrs the first of the week Milt Richardson of Eureka called on Victoria Alexander Sunday Mr and Mrs Bvcrot Todd of Good tleld were the guests of Jos Burin Easton Sunday Mr Simon Lantz of Oarlock has moved to his farm near Mackinaw DollsThis week closes tho Congervllle school Mr Edward Alexander made a business trip to Normal Saturday DR THOMSON RESIGNS Continued from IIrit rage At last the time came when after the strenuous contest against tho passage of tho Holland bill I was compelled to say to tho Prudential Committee of the Institute that I could no longer carry the double bur don Tho physical strain had become too great There was danger that not ther would tho Union Church have a pastor nor the Institute a head In me It Is not the time for the Insti tute to elect a Principal for no school I can at present wisely be organized The logic of the situation would havo IllLStorIthat t er and head more than Just now and asked me to resign my pastorate and take charge of the Institutes attire as President of the Board of Trustees until such time as the office ot Principal can bo established What am I to do I cannot carry the double load We you us well as I must not let tho Institute fall It Is the child of IJerea College which Is the child of the Union Church The Institute Is our grandchild The par ont has her hands full to live and It seems to be a time when the grand parents must take tho Infant In chargeMoreover the Interests ofi tho Un ion Church must have consideration You have been intlont beyond parall eh While the pulpit has been cared for you would have been practically pastorlcss for a year and a half but for the faithful labors of Miss Moore It 1 were willing to trespass further on your jwtlenco and you wore to consent to It I can see no prospect for many months to come of a change In tho situation I havo never taken a step moro re luctantly In my life If my wife and I have ever needed the prayers of our friends we need them now I am not an educator nor a man of business and yet I am constrained tb give up the ministry In which I havo had some experience and become an educator and a business man The only jKwslble word Is that of Luther Toro stand I I can do no outer God help mo Amen It Is with untold sorrow that I now resign this pastorato Into tho bands oj the Church which called me to It It seems qulto necessary that I should bo relieved of Its duties at as early a date as you will consent to by the first of May If possible Our homo will probably be among you for many months so that we shall not be saying farewell to you as friends and neighbors soon In view of the circumstances and tho resignation which I have offered I hereby call a special business meet Ing of tho Church to convene at tho close of the prayer meeting on Thursday night of this week to consider this resignation and to take such action as then assembled In confer once with the Holy Spirit may seem to you wise May our Lord Jesus Christ who founded tills Church who has been our guide and helper through the past six and a half years take the Church as a body and each particular member of It into His special care bring to you tho man ot Ills choice to take up tho work which I am compelled to lay down and watch over us all till wo are called homo or He returns Your Pastor A Eugene Thomson NEW STORY OF NOAH Tho discovery of a fragment of n cuneiform tablet believed to bo of acIcountBible and agreeing with tho narrative In Genesis was reported by Prof II V Hllprecht at a gathering of ft lends of tho University of Pennsyl IIarrJ1sonj The fragment which has Just been deciphered was ono ot those excavat ed from the lowest strata of tho old est part of the ruins ot the Temple library of Nippur and was brought to Philadelphia by the tour expeditions sent out by the University of Pennsyl vania In 1899 It is of unbaked clay and measures 2 34 inches at its greatest width and 2 3S at Its greatest length EVEN ERRORS ARE SIMILAR As translated by Prof Hllprecht the narrative is as follows t leclayeutitol teo tilit the con Heaven will loosen a deluge 4jl make and It shall sweep away all men together but thou tho Baby A HARD PROBLEMS I By Prof E C Seale Problem No 26I A rope 25 feet long Is passed thru n ring to which a goat Is tied and the ends of the are fastened to two stakes 20 feet apart which form- a lino running north and south How far east and west can the goat move and how much space can ho graze t over Solution to Problem No 22 I Since tho drover bought twice as many cows as oxen It Is evident that every time he expends 28 for an ox he expends 17x2 equals 34 purollased as cows he bought 2x3 equals 6 sheep every time ho paid for two cows 750x6 equals 45 cost of C sheep 28 plus 34 plus 45 equals 107 dollars what he spent fur each outlay numberI7x2 equals 14 number of cows shoepI Ky Eliza Ogg Borea D G Wood Nathanton Ionian Noah seek life before the de luge cometh forth for to all living beings as there are I will bring overthrow destruction annIhilationbuild- a groat ship andtotal height shall be Its structure It shall be a house boat carrying what has been saved of life with a strong deck cover it The ship which thou shalt make Into it brins the beasts of the field the birds of Heaven and the creeping things two of everything Instead of a number and the family The tablet antedates by over 100 years any that has been found record ling the deluge I It Is simply amazing In Its coincidences to the story In Genesis with which It tallies in minute details In this as In the Bible story tho Lord Gcd the great king of the gods of tho anclnet Semites says I will loosen tho confines of lien von A deluge I will make and it shall sweep away all men together Even the errors in the translation of tho Bible text from Hebrew to Eng llsh and German mark tho striking similarity between the Nippur story ot the deluge and that of the ancient Hebrews I Bruta Indifference It seems since his marriage Jack perfectbruteYou suprlse me What has he doneWhy the other night while his wife was regaling him with all the particulars of that choice Verlfast scandal she noticed that he seemed very quiet And what do you think Ho was sound asleep Mortuary Literature Ills sorrowing wife wrote the reporter unthinkingly and the city ed itor glared as ho changed it to his sorrowing widow Her sorrowing widower was the way the reporter phrased his next obituary notice and the city editor said things beneath his breath as he made It read her orrowic husband The English lan guage Is ono of the mysteries of clv ilization Toronto Star Smyrna Figs In California Smyrna figs flourish in tho San Joaquin valley California as In their native land i IWASHINGTON Continued from Flret Page hints of a coming thunder storm It is uncertain We will Just have to waitCongress Is dwadllng along happily with just as tow men on hand as possible The rest Including D C Ed wrds are home looking after their fences and It Is understood that I many of those who stood by Cannon are surprised at the amount of repairs which are necessary There are enough here to keep business runn lug however and they are doing their bestThe time has come when tho Rate Dill prepared by direction of tho President will take the center of tho stage and hold It for a while In the Senate it has been getting along slowly with indications that It is go- Ing to be amended so as to be mora pleasing to the Insurgents before it gets passed and In tho House tho amendments have already been made by the Committee and as the blll has been reported to the House it Is very different from what Taft know The changes are all in the way of con cessions to tho Insurgonts and some of tho representatives of the Interests are very much excited about the nervo of Congress in passing its own Jaws Instead of taking tho pill fix dup by Wlckersham and tho rall road Jawyera The Conservation question Is get ting hot too There are three parties and they do not agree at all All three parties claim to be strong for conservation and two of thepa are I1he1isem I1 I1 o = 11 i f INTENSIVE FARMING Timely Articles on Mountain FarmingScience for the Fathers L S4Conducted By FO CLARK t l More Grass More Money Of all the Important farm crops none is so badly neglected as that oC our gross The principle crop of tho hilly countries in the old world is grass and any thinking man that two thirds of the knowsI land in Eastern Kentucky In grass Why do we not raise more of this valuable crop There are two reasons First wo do not know how to got good stand and second we do not know how to make grass a money cropThe first of these reasons wo shall now discuss the second will be taken up in a later Issue The common me thod of Just plowing tho ground and then putting on tho seed Is absolutely fatal to the grass crops Tho seeds are very flue and require that tho ground be thoroly fitted You should harrow tho ground over six or eight times Is necessary If you are sowing a grain field or a pasture the seed should be put on at a time when the frost or else the rain will cover tho seed and pack them in the ground Grass and weeds will not grow to bother for the weeds spring up and choke out the grass Clean cultivation must be practiced for at least two years previous to the seeding We find many farmers who hate attempted to get a stand with a single kind of grass Perhaps it camo all right but the season of good green pasture was very short To make grass pay we must have it greenI from the early spring to fall This can bo had on blue grassland I with but one kind of aced but ofjuse a mixture of five r hoping to get rich out ot the present law and they are not going to be satisfied If they can help It Their game Is to find so many faults that none of all the laws will be reject ed But of the people who really do approve the Presidents programme halt are against the methods he recommended and there is no tell ing what will bo doneIf anthlngI The tariff war keeps getting to the front and this time It is a movement TariffIcan base a law and of course the people who getting more than their share of the ono we have now are jaro tho Board The plan is to its powers Increased and it may succeed but it will only bo after a great fight The post office rate bill is being dlscused off and on with an immense amount of misinformation being given out by different parties at interest The original plan was to charge mag azines more titan tho present rate for handling their stuff This did not make a hit with them so they came back t with figures to show that the rail- roadsj were getting more than their share Of tho money and that It the Department were properly run there would be no deficit None doubts this last proposition the railroads have been getting some figures themselves and these show that the rates are CarI from being too high It Is shown for Instance that Instead ot the nine cents a pound which the railroads I aro said to have received they get only 1S3 cents and besides this they have to haul the cars clerks etc free of any charge As a matter of fact because of the conditions underI which the malls are handled which the railroads are not to blame they get less for carrying them than for other kinds of freight Although tho pound rate is somewhat higher I there Is so much dead weight and so many Inconveniences that they are far from getting rich on the deal The public is now waiting for some new light It really seems likely that the final result of the investigation will be to prove that tho rural free delivery la what is costing most of tho money And no ono suggests for a minute that this be stopped One little flurry has come in the House this week over the ship sub sidy bill Charges were made that a lobby such as the Kentucky legis I lature keeps had been at work In favor of this bill and the House I has voted to investigate since such things are considered very disgraceful up there WHY THE EAST RULES US Washington March 31 President Taft in an address before the Ohio Society of Washington tonight pointed out that the power ot the Eastern States In Congress lies in the fact that they keep menla office when they place hanrthere He coatrasled4pe influence of tho East In legl with that of the West and attributed the bupre= till fibfatbtupui YjfA1to 9 rr I Punt kinds of seed If wo are to make ju greenIcan make a mixture of early medium and late that will make a high grade pasture But some one asks what seeds are we to use The answer Is you must study your soil and make expert j ments to tell which grasses are host adapted to your section The samo Is true concerning fertilizers rome land needs one kind and some anoth er Never use complete fertilizer Because of the heavy texture of the soil the Public Square here- In Berca has been a failure as a I garden spot We believe grass expert ments can be successfully carried on here The U S Government Is furn lihlng seeds and fertilizers for the ncrthern halt of If so that the pooiple of this section can see the ot the various kinds of seeds with the different fertilizers The grasss ofIrow name terIandIWe have planted Red Clover Alal Ill Clover Timothy Meadow Fescue OrI UICP I nils it Tic fertilizers used have been Acid ihnsphate Murata of Potash Raw hone and Tankage In various mixture land quantities college farm has some examplesLof successful mixtures In grass and fertilizers service of legislative representatives Why Is it asked tho President that tho small States ot the East exorcise so much power in Congress It Is not because an Eastern man has otIleglSlat10nofrcertainly not more an man THEY KEEP MEN IN CONGRESS It Is because when tho Eastern States get a good roprescMtJaUvo they keep him as long as ho lives and then He has an Influence that vastly exceeds the mere numerlclal represen tation ot population- I dont know whether this Is quite 1 germane to the subject of this ocea sion but it occurred to me to say this because I feel as though we areI all Interested In having Ohio well represented and in having Ohio make t herself felt Ih legislation of this country by the adoption of a system that will certainly she is entitled torW 300 L DOUGLAS 5O0SHOES Best In the Worl- dUNION MADE I BoysI I 2OO f and V 260Fort Color Eytlttt Urea W L Douglas shoes are the lowest price quality considered in the world Their excellent style easy fitting and long wearing qualities excel those oflpaylnlrhigh t you need a pair give W L Douglas shoes yourfootweargood in every way as those that have pricesIffactories yourselfhow r made you would then understand why f they hold their shape fit better and wear longer than other malt- esUtIJTIstv 1 Douglas rams and price It lnUhll1bprawritelorMaiLUnlercataiogWiDougtasLfocklonrtsuFOn COYLES i Main Street Berea Ky Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you In buying to be careful to get the genuine BLACK DRAUGHT liver Medicine I I constJpatJonlndlreatlon Tbo of this old rella ly established It does not mutate other medicines It U better than others or it would not be the favorite liver powder witha larger tale than all others eambt 60ED DPlOWJf n I t jtrS M y RY- a Il The Citizen 1 a family newspaper for all that Is right and Interesting 4trulPubtlihcJ every Thursday it Berft Kjr BEREA PUBLISHING CO S Incorporated Frost Editor and Manager ItStanleySubscription Ratos PAYABI1I IN ADVANCE One Year Jiw- 6U Monthi b0 Three Months dl Send money ro toffice or lixpres Money I Order Draft ReGistered Letter or one two Cut clamps r The date otter your name on libel thowi to whit date ubcription la paid If his not changed wllbla three week renew- Ij otlfy us- Miuingnumbra will be gladly supplied If we ren rllCcd- Fiti premiums cheap with new nibscritlont and prompt Semi for Premium Un Liberal any who obtain new trusenAny one endinc ui four freeforAdvertising rates on UKMBER OP i KKNTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Maybe the hog is merely trying to live up to what the retail price ot pork J has been for a considerable time thoughtIIThe high cost of living may have at fected him We had long suspected that the hens I were laying different colored eggs Most of thoso wo buy havo seemed to be an Invisible gray If your sausage shows careless prep aratlon set it down to overwork ot t the packers who have to look after r BO many investigations If science Insists that every razor F has a saw edge wo shall concede the point adding a little empirical testi pony on our own account More Ice than ever this summer but it Is so thick and heavy that the greatFI jt y A lawyer wants 35000 for advising a client to marry a man who lived only a week Think what the lawyer would have charged had tho husband lived a year A Harvard professor asserts that a tmal1can live on 20 cents a day He Is T not far wrong but tho states the proposition awkwardly A man can live a day on 20 cents sFrench aviators are Inclined to reproach the Wright brothers for protecting their patents by court pro- ceedingsI In view of the cordial way In which the Frenchmen appropriated them Because so many people have stopped eating meat in Cleveland the price of pork on the hoof jumped to 1010 per hundred pounds However the Increased price should not worry the abstainers A London scientist says all children are born with criminal tendencies The most common ot these criminal I tendencies is of course the well o known desire of the Infant to surrep titiously suck its thumb One resident of New York when seeking American citizenship after years of residence in this country as greenIand take along the national colors There la a young American woman 4j In Paris who can sing soprano like 4Patti and tenor in a way to make tI Caruso jealous And in Kansas City an acrobat turned a complete double back somersault from the ground No wonder Halleys comet is edging up within seeing and hearing distance Undo Sams big guns such as are used on his battleships show that they are capable of sending sheila through twenty feet or moro of rein forced concrete as now employed In the construction of coast fortifications But tho question that really concerns the country most Is whether the guns of any other navy can do tho trick Morocco has rare capacity for stir ring up the European nations not withstanding the agreements which were supposed to have sidetracked vthe former troubles Tho war In that country in which Spain has been en gaged with some embarrassing results was an Illustration of the un 1 happy conditions in Morocco Now the Sultan has given offense to France and his attitude toward the powers is reported as likely to foreshadow grave complications In fact it may bo said that Morocco has superseded the Balkan region as a political storm center The pound keeper objects to being I required to kill stray cats Ho thinks It will multiply his labors nine times With several men once regarded ar wealthy and high up In finance now doing time and known only by num bers In federal prisons it must at least part prove that no matter how great re sources they may have bad at com mand these culprits are no more sue o = cessful In dodging penalties than are 1poorer nien DEMOCRATS SEEM SURE OF VICTORY Confident That They Will Be In Control of SixtySecond Congress REPUBLICANS SMILE AT CLAIM Declare Opponents by Blunder Destroyed Their Best Issue Arlzcna and New Mexico Putting Forward Strong Claims for Statehood Washington Tho Democrats In tho house of representatives seemingly have lost nono of their confidence that they are to bo In control when the Sixtysecond congress comes together In December 1911 Tho regular Republicans say that the Democrats committed a tactical blunder when they allied themselves with tbo Insur gents In tho effort to defeat what had como to bo known as Cannonism The oldtlmo regulars declare that the Democrats overreached themselves because they helped in the effort to put out of existence the Issue which the minority party was depending upon to help to elect Its candidate for tho house of representatives at the next election The Democrats retort that they made no mistake because they have shown the country positively that when they come into power they will not countenance a rules committee which will have the power to obstruct legislation which the country is anx ious to have passed The leading Democrats declare that the evidence has been so strong of a revolt through out tho country against house procedure as It has been tho rule recent ly that they will gain just as many votes by taking the field early against Cannonism as they would if they had put off their opposition until the days of actual campaigning before tho people Democrats Are Confident- In tho ranks ot the Democracy in tho house however tho feeling that victory is to come next November is so strong that even now there is discussion as to what Democrat shall succeed Mr Cannon In the speaker ship Champ Clark Is the leader of the minority and as a matter of nat ural course It is to be supposed that he will be chosen speaker but never theless there are other Democrats In tho house whb have ambitions and it is perfectly true as some of the party admit that there has been somo opposition to Mr Clarks methods of procedure as leader Among the Democrats who are known to have at least latent speaker ship ambitions are Olllo M James ot Marlon Kentucky who has been In tho service of the house for seven years Swager Shirley of the same state whose term of service has been coincident with that of Mr James Oscar M Underwood of Birmingham Alabama who has been a member of congress for 15 years and John Jo seph Fitzgerald of Brooklyn New York who has been a house member for 11 yearsClark In the Lead It seems to be practically assured however that if the Democrats do succeed In carrying the next house they will elect Champ Clark of Mis souri as the speaker Not all the Democrats are In favor of Mr Clark No matter what opposition may be shown to the Missouri members can didacy in the caucus the party ma jority will carry the day and it seems that almost undoubtedly Mr Clark will bo chosen to take tho chief seat la tho next congress now occupied ty Mr Cannonprovided of course that the hopes of tho Democracy ore fulfilled and that victory comes to them next November The Democrats In their high hopes not only are talk- Ing about the speakershlp succession but actually are looking at the choice committee places with a view to do termining what chairmanships are to fall to the lot of the men who stood by Leader Clark through the tumult and tho fighting Chance for Personal Bills With tho enlarged rules committee of tho house of representatives which has just come Into legal being as a result of the revolt of the allied insurgents and Democrats there may bo greater opportu pity offered for the passage of what are known as personal bills In the course of a congress there are Introduced hundreds ot measures In addl tlon to pension bills and of these only a small percentago ever received the support of a committee report let alone being glvca the privilege of ac tual discussion in the houo with a view to passage It has been thE complaint In the past that the men who were In a position of power either on the rules committee or because of close person al and political oflllatlons with the speaker were the ones who were able to secure the uninterrupted passage of measures which were of particular interest to their dlstncts The lion Influential member who had a bill which his constituents wero demand ing fad difficulty at times In securing the sanction of the house authorities tar Its passage The enlarged rules committee perhaps will bo more con siderate of the legislative desires of the less Influential congressmen There are bound to bo on the com mittee either In tho majority or tho minority representation a man or two who because of sympathy with the trials of the unlnflucntlal will endeav or to secure for them and their men ures such recognition as Is possible The rules committee does not act on many bills bt tho influence of tho members always has been great Now that tho committee has been enlarged the Democrats probably will exercise more Influence than they did when tho committee was smaller Tho regular Republicans know that there Is n likelihood at any time that tho In surgents and the Democrats may get together once more and defeat any measure which the minority party and the minority of the majority party consider as being of a naturo Intend ed to cause a return of the old condi tions of house control At any tlmo a combination of the Insurgents and Democrats can force tho election of a new rules committee by Joining forces passing a resolution to that effect and compelling the election of tho rules members In the open house For these reasons the organization Re publicans pn the rules committee It Is believed unquestionably will pay tho greater heed to objections which may bo offered at the committee meetings by the Democratic minority membership Future Conflicts Unlikely Both the regular and insurgent Republicans seem to realize that It there Is to be any further sharp fighting In tho ranks of the Republican party the tlmo of the conflict should bo post poned The members of both factions In tho Republican party want to be reelected to congress and each side real izes apparently that the great hope of the return of a majority of Republi cans lies in concord for tho rest of the session and In the passage of admin istration measures so that the pres ent majority party can go before the country with at least a semblance of harmony The desire of the Insurgents and regulars seems to bo that they may bo able to say to the people that whllo they had their troubles they finally got together and passed progressive Republican measures and kept the party faith as outlined In the planks of the national platform adopt ed at the convention In Chicago two years ago next June The Democrats do not believe that tho Republicans can keep In n harmonious state even for the rest of tho sessionEager to Become States Arizona and New Mexico may bo obliged to watt until a more conven ient season for the honors ot statehood The party In power bas promised that the territorial form ot government soon shall be a thing of tho past but the question which the representatives of the two territories who are anxious for statehood would like to have answered Is just what Is meant by soon Tho friends of statehood In their anxiety cannot see any other reason for the further exclusion of tho terri tories from tho union except tho one political reason that tho Republicans do not wait to add to the senates Democratic membership Just at the present time Tho Republican lead ers who while saying that they are I not opposed to statehood after proper preparations for It can be made deny that political considerations havo anything to do with their unwillingness to act quickly or as they put It hastily It Is not altogether assured however that If tho territories were to be given statehood at onco their legislatures would elect four Democratic senators Dealing with Mexican Element There is a considerable clement In the population ot Arizona and New Mexico which Is of Mexican extraction Thousands of these people have kept their old Mexican ways and a great many of them cannot speak English It has been proposed to deny suffrage to all men excepting those capable of speaking English The desire of Republicans who are not opposed to statehood oven at the present time Is that If admission Is given to the territories they shall hold their constitutional conventions and their elections of state officers at dif ferent times It Is held by tho ad vocates of this plan that In tho scram ble for tho offices the people might be led to adopt constitutions without proper study of their conditions This It Is said would happen unless tho voting on the ratification of the con stitutions and on the election for state officers were held at widely separated timesIt yet problematical whether or not statehood for the two territories will como to a vote at the present ses sion of congress Even those who are opposed to admitting them Into tho United States say that tho time Is not far distant when they must bo ad milted because neither party can at ford to Ignore the promise that It has made The Republicans It is claimed If they continue In power cannot af ford to bo heedless for any great length of time of tho presidents rec ommendation In favor of granting the rights of states to tho two southwest ern territoriesDefense of Railroad Bill The troubles In the houso of representatives tho debate In tho senate on the interstate commerce bill and other matters havo rather shadowed the issue of statehood for tho two territories but within the shadow never theless thero has been a half obscured scene of activity It does not seem probable that the demand of the territories for a now form of govern ment which will make them states ot the union will long be denied but It the friends of Immediate action are to bo believed the Republicans are none too anxious just now to glvo tho ter ritories admission because tho ma jority party does not wish Immediately to add four Democratic senators to the minority partys representation In the upper house GEORGE CLINTON BAllOTING ON PEACE TERMS STORMY SESSION AND BITTER ARRAIGNMENT OF LEADERS FOR BROKEN PROMISES STIRRING SPEECHES BY LEADERS Sentiment Apparently In Favor of Set tlement on As Good Terms As Can be Effected Cheers for Both Peace and Fight Philadelphia PaTlto striking car men In a mass meeting at Labor Ly cent hall are balloting upon the proposition of accepting tho companys terms of peace as submitted to them through Mayor Reyburn Sentiment seemed to bo overwhelm Ingly for settlement upon tho best terms to bo had and the leaders postponed tho voto as long as possible in an effort to stem the tide Tholr In fluence however opponred to bo on tho wane Stirring speeches by C O Pratt and Peter Driscoll mot with hot responses from tho men themselves many ot thorn rising In their seats and denying some ot tho statements ot the lenders Men were shouting from the flearI and tho platform at tho somo tlmaI Thero were cheers for both pence and fight talk There waa every Indication that Pratt would go down to defeat thaII the men were at last able to assert themselves and that the movement for settlement would stampede tho entire meeting FATAL BALLOON ASCENSION The Pommern Breaks Away In a Fierce Hurricane With Tragic Ending Stettin Germany The Gorman but loon Pbmmcrn which made an ascon blon here met with a series ot acci dents which ended In a disaster undermost tragic circumstances In the Del tic sea Thrco men lost their lives including tho radical member ot the rolchstag Werner Hugo Delbrtiock lien Delbrucck and another member ot the party were drowned a third occupant ot tho cur was picked Vip unconscious and he died from his injuries whllo tho fourth was rescued in a serious condition by a tug The wind was blowing a hurricane and tho Pommern broko away before she was properly ballasted The bal loon collided with telegraph wires which broke almost overturning Uu basket It then dashed Into tile root of a neighboring factory destroying the smokestack With the basket swaying wildly and half of its ropes cut tho balloon soared to a great situ tudo and disappeared in the clouds at a terrific speed- Rockefsllers Narrow Escape New YorkJohn D Rockefeller came within an Inch ot being run down by an automobile Just as he was in tho act of stepping from tho curbing at Fiftyeevntu street and Ninth avenue a big louring car swerved swiftly around tho corner John D Rockefeller Jr caught his fatter by the arm and pulled him back just in time to keep him from being struck by tho machine Mafia Society Vendetta St Louis MoIn the obeying ot PIetro Sciu 42 an Italian In his room tho police bellovo they have a gen nine case ot a Mafia assassination Sdu was found dying from six bullet wounds The room showed evidence that a despcrato struggle hall taken place French Aviator Meets Death San Sebastian Spain Hubert 1J Blon who prior to his taking up teroplonlng wits a noted automobilist was killed when making an exhibition flight here Ho was circling tho Royal palaco of Mlrnmor jst a height of 140 feet when his motor broke down Pennsylvania Tunnel Opened New YorkTho Pennsylvania rail road opened to public Inspection for tho first time 105 wiles of the mos expensive construction work foot for foot ever attempted namely Its tunnel and terminal improvement from Harrison N J to Sunnyside L I TOBACCO MARKETS Louisville April aTotal offerings last week were 2452 hhds Of this number 1315 hhds were burley and It38 hhds dark Thero were but 902 hhds new burley sold at auction qual ity below the average colore exceed ingly scarce Of the reported prlvato sales about 250 hhds of new burley were sold to the American Tobacco Co 168 hhds now burley 2CO hhds new dark and 95 hhds old dark were sold to various parties Cincinnati April 2only 49 cases of ZImmer Spanish and seed leaf were Bold at cigar leaf sales at the Globe warehouse The demand was good market strong quality and condition fair The 22 cases ot Zlmmers sold ranged from 3 to 1275 and 27 cases of seed leaf selling from 325 to 1025 Left Hospital to be Married Cairo lUPeter H Pendleton 35 after having an Arm amputated left his bed to be married to Miss Laura C Wimp 23 The couple are residents of East Prairie Mo Mr Pendleton returned to hospital after ceremony ROUND ABOUT THE STATE What Is Golnrf on in Different dSections of Kentucky ANOTHER INSURANCE SCANDAL I Stockholder Alleges Fraud and Seeks to Prevent Merger Louisville Ky General indictment against the olllcera of tho Citizens Life Insurance Co charging fraud mismanagement and extravagance is contained in a suit by William G Uau a stockholder in which ho seeks to head ot an alleged proposed mer gar of tho Citizens Life and the Citizens National Lifo Insur ance Co An injunction preventing the transfer of tho assets ot tho Cit izens Llfo to tho Citizens National Lifo Is requested and the plaintiff oaks that tho olllcmls bo required to appear before Ute court to answer or ally regarding the financial condition of tho former Institution It It Is found Insolvent n receiver Is naked Among tho charges Is ono that W H Gregory president ot time two rom panies and I W Key fourth vice president of tho defendant flrnw have used funds of the Citizens life to take up two notes executed by each them for 9750 each Tho expanses of the company were excessive ho said and that In 1909 the company wasted 556000 ot an Income of 3770 002 There aro many other similar charges ono being that the firm had somo 30000 on deposit In tho Owens boro Savings bank which wont to pieces Chas D Puerto first vice president of the Citizens Life acting for W H Gregory who Is out of town denied all tho charges adding that Rau was acting for somo ono else behind a scheme to wreck the Institu lion BANKER IN JAIL Unable To Give Scud After His Second Arrest Grayson KyW J Rleo ot the Imperial bank of Olive Hill who was Indicted for making false statements In his resort to the secretary of state for which he gave bond has been ar rested again under Indictments made by the Carter grand Jury for embez zlement and obtaining money by false pretense Ho Is now In Jail bore BO far unable to give bond of 8000 He WOK arrested In the western part of Kentucky and brought hero by the sheriff of Graves county The Impr rial bank Is in tho hands of Receiver W T Womack A few questionable notes wero found in the safe whon opened Frankfort KyGov Wlllson will take up tho applications for appoint ment as superintendent of public In struction to succeed Superintendent J G Crabbe who will become tho president of tho Eastern Kentucky Normal school at Richmond So far ho has not considered any of tho ap plications but It Is understood that Prof Ellsworth Rcgcnstlne of Newport will bo appointed If ho wants tho position Hcgenstlno Is the pres ent superintendent of the Newport public schools Springfield KyTho Hon W II Strange of Hart county who la con nected with tho ofllco of commission er ot agriculture addressed the farm ers at tho courtnouse and succeeded In organizing tho Washington County Corn rowers association There were about CO of tho leading farmers present After his speech he distributed three bushels of seed corn among the farmers The following were elected as officers of the association W D Claybrooke president C J Hayden secretary J Polln treasurer Louisville KyIcus Doorhoefer Is I defendant In n suit filed by Mrs Pearl Bovine In which she asks damages for personal injures In tho sum ot 10000 She avers that Doerlioefor unlawfully assaulted kicked and brat her upon time head arms legs and body with his flats onl feet mot that ono or more of her ribs was broken Covington Ky According to figures compiled by City Auditor Gould a large boom in building and con trul tion work struck this city during the past month Total permits granted were as follows Brick 58000 frame 12700 remictlollng residences brick and frame 5200 Ft Thomas Ky Orders have been received from Washington directing tho Second Infantry to prepare to par ticipate in the military maneuvers at Gettysburg Pa In July Seven com panics headquarters and band are designated for duty there one of tho eight companies stationed here to be left for garrison duty This Is tho first time that tho regiment at this post has been ordered out of the Do partment of the Lakes for maneuvers Lelngton Ky Andrew MoMullcn a young man of near Natural Bridge came to tho Eastern Kentucky luna tic asylum to visit his mother Mrs McMullcn fulled to locognlzo him Tho boy was so affoctod by this tha half an hour after he left the Insti tutlon he became himself violently Insane It took tho combined efforts of four patrolmen to prevent his harm ing pedestrians on Main street and to get him to the police station whore ho Is detained pending tho arrival of relatives POLICE ARE KEPT BUSY Girl Stemmers Quit Work and Riots and Arrests Follow Louisville Ky Several riots in which the police wero twlco forced to level their revolvers upon women and children 10 arrests Including girl rioters and wild disorder among 10 000 strikers and sympathizers attend ed n walkout of 3COO stcmmors most ly women Mil girls at tho three plants of tho American Tobacco Co That 4500 tobacco workers will join tho strike now seems inevitable and a massnjeeting has been called when the strikers will perfect an organization Led by Mien Hazel Snauhllng 2000 striking women have swarmed about tho plants ot the company and armed with sticks stones brickbats and all weapons that lay handy Xo demands havo yet been made by tho strikers but efforts to effect a Battle meat have been made by Uio employers Tho strikers will ask a 20 par cent Increase In wages an Inavafto of ono cent per pound for piecework They now receive two cents a pound for stemming Carlisle yWhl1o descending stairs at his homo at Morning Glory Henry L Drinker aged 85 a leading farmer ot Nicholas county full sus taming a broken neck sad dying al most instantly Louisville Ky Forest fires whlal hero raged at Intervals for 10 ilaytr rurronnding South Park near hero broke out again nnd destroyed a tract of 150 acres of fins timber oausln a loss of 20000 Twenty men fought- the flames throughout the night nmt while the fire is still burning it la bOo Moved that the danger to surrounding property Is over Frankfort KyCspt W 0 llullock brotbor in law ot Senator Thomas IL Payntor in point of service the oWwt employe of Ute Kentucky penitentiary Inning served continuously for 11Iyours sent his reelisnoUon to time pris on ocawnlsMon to broom offtetlxv April 1 It Is understood that 16 em ployes of the penitentiary will lose their jobs between April 1 and S KrPostmaster George M Dlckoy representing the city cotta cil R V Bishop president of the Cyntblana Commercial club repre seating tho Commercial club and a representative ot the fiscal court loft for Washington to present Cynthl I anas claim for n 100000 appropria tion for a postoulco bulldln to tho congressional committee having the bill In hand- Masking lCJno Fork creek a rich coal and tlmbor territory In this county has splendid prospects for a new railroad In time near future as a survey of tho road has just been filed In the Lotcher county court clerk office This Is thought to be a branch ot the Lexington and Eastern which was recently surveyed from Jackson through to the Elkhorn coal fields In this county Henderson KyAll of the tobacco of the Stemming District association for 190S has been sold Time associa Lion holdings for 1908 was 4500 liege heads and a solo by Manager William Elliott and too committee ot 2400 hogsheads ot cleans up nil of tho 1908 association export tobacco This sale moon the distribution cf 500000 to the growers In the mlng district statrJLexington lyA telegram to tives hero announces the death Arthur Brooks the notod singing gellst of diphtheria at Llttlo Hock Ark Roy Brooks was a graduate of Transylvania college here and with hs brother Hov W T Brooks ron ducted many great revivals for tho Christian olrurch In tho south anti west About two years ago he was married to Miss Fltc of Kansas City Frankfort JCy Endeavoring to prevent frauds from creeping Into tho examination of schoolteachers In this state Superintendent of Public struction Crabbo has had the InInation questions 80 forms and than 1000 lists printed some 1000 miles distant from Frankfort The questions have been received hereILouisville KyMra Elizabeth Orr who had tho remarkable record at having borne 13 children although only 31 years of age died of pneu monia Mrs Orr has given birth to two sets of twins and one sot of trip lotts Tho latter was born ono week ago but died three days later Louisville Ky While dodging tho main issue nnd all questions to tho point Col Albert Scott chairman ot the state board of control for chant able Institutions practically confirm thattthere world bo a change in the board management of the Institute for Feeble Minded at Frankfort Asked If somo change wore contemplated Col Scott sId may bo changes ot that sohan time I ROOSEVELT REFUSED TO SURRENDER HIS RIGHT TO LIBERTY OF ACTION Conditions Sought to Be Imposed By Vatican Could Not BJ Accepted Although No Engagement Existed With Methodists u Rome Tho fatluro to arrange an audience between cxProsldcnt Rooso volt and tho pope which was known only in certain circles Is expected to create a tremendous stir hero as well as abroad far overshadowing tho Im portance ot the Incident in which ex Alco President Fairbanks was a prin cipal Although tho negotiations technically wero between Ambassa dor Lolahman and Mgr Kennedy it is well understood In Homo that Mgr Kennedy was acting under tho In structions of Cardinal Merry del Val Tho telegrams therefore woro In reality between exPresident Roose yell and the papal secretary of state When tho correspondent called at the Vatican great surprise was ex pressed when it was learned that Mr Roosevelt had given out the text ofI the messages exchanged by Mgr Kennedy and tho American ambassador us they were regarded by the Vatican In the light of diplomatic documents Mgr Kennedy explained that on March 21 John W Garrett first see l rotary of tho embassy called upon J him to transmit Mr Roosevelts re quest for an audience with the pontiff on April 5 He said that Mr Garrett insisted upon tho word transmit Mgr Kennedy Informed tho secretary that ho would Immediately present the request to tho proper Vatican au thorities and promised a response as soon as possible Tho following day ho said I was authorized to send Mr Roosevelt tho first no8sngc which Is quoted in his statement Tho reference to tho Fair banks Incident In tho message was intended by too Vatican only as a r friendly Intimation I notice that my second message Is not fully given It ran thus Ills holiness will bo much pleased to grant an audience to Mr RnoBovolt for whom ho entertains great esteem both personally and as president of tho United States Ills holiness quite recognizes Mr Moose I volts entire right to freedom of con duct On tho other hand In view ot tho circumstances for which neither his holiness nor Mr Roosevelt Is re uponslblc an audience could not oc cur except on tho understanding ex pressed In tho former message After this no further communica tion reached mo from Mr Roosevelt OLoughlln Intercedes It further appears that It was John Callan OLoughlln who was assistant secretary of stato In 1909 and a great personal friend of Mr Roosevelts who attempted to Intercedo with Cardinal Merry del Val Tho following somlofllclal version of what tran spired at that Interview has boon fur nished by a Vatican authority Cardinal Merry del Val said to Mr OLoughlln Can you guarantee that Mr Roosevelt will not visit the Method fists horo Mr OLoughlln replied I can not Indeed I bellevo that Mr Roosevelt Is just the man to go there Ho will do as ho pleases I It Is Indefensible said tho papal secretary for any person to bo asked to bo received by a great personage whoso feelings ho would bo unwilling to xcspcct1 In tho course of further conversa tion tho cardinal declared that no court in Europe granted unrestricted audiencesMr himself said time cardinal when ho was president do dined to receive persons uncondition ally at the whlto houso Without giving tho names of the persons tho cardinal recalled a caso J where President Roosevelt having 2 been erroneously Informed that a cot tarn person was visiting him by the authority of tho Vatican immediately sent a cabinet officer to tho apostolic delegate at Washington to Inform jho delegate that ho could not receive this personage but ho meant no die courtesy to tho pope by his refusal fThe pontiff when Informed of this replied I esteem President Rooso volt moro than over Returning to tho present Incident Cardinal Merry del Val remarked- It is not in any senso a question ot religion Mr Roosevelt might have gono to an Episcopalian a Pres ibyterian or any other church except and delivered an address there and ho would have been received by tho pope oven on tho same day Methodist War Offensive But ho should not bo received when it was suspected that after tho audlenco ho Intended to go to tho Methodist church in Rome which Is carrying on a most offensive cam paign of calumny and detraction f against tho pontiff f r 11fj1-r Seedst In the Russian provinces north of the Cauca i sus the sunflower serves other pur poses besides ornamenting gardens with its huge golden bosses Tho seeds aro used to make oil which is r employed In tho manufacture of soap and in cooking The stems and leaved ti are burned and the ashes used to i1 mako potash Last year the sunflower factories of the Caucasus produced 15 coo tons ot potuh I 1 0 Tho papal secretary even recog nized Mr Roosevelts right to claim the privilege of visiting tho Mothod Ists tho day after tho audience on condition that he Morry del Val had received private assurances that ho would not actually do no Tho Vatican emphasizes tho state ment that It did not receive from tho American embassy any notification of Mr Roosevelts final message that an audience had become Impossible After being apprised of tho con tents of tho Vaticans statomqnt it was explained on Mr Roosevelts behalf that his final mescago had not been communicated to tho Vatican because Mgr Kennedys second telegram was all of tho matter so far as ho wan concerned but that ho wished to keep tho door open not for his own sake but for the sake of tho Catholic church in America When Mr OLoughlln came to Rome it was with tho distinct understanding that ho did not do BO In Mr Rooseveltu be halt but In behalf of leis coreligion- Ists in America and that ho did not carry any authorization to subtract or add a word to Mr Roosevelts po sition as defined by his telegram for Mgr Kennedy CARDINAL GIQDON8 INDISPOSED Eminent American Priest Not Reach ed with Copy of Dispatch Baltimore DidAcopy of tho din patch from tome announcing tho can cellation of his engagements for an audlcnco with Popo Plus by Col Roosevelt was taken to tho residence of Cardinal Gibbons but his emi nonce being slightly Indisposed had retired and his atlcndanttwould not allow the him ROOSEVELT PARTY CHEERED Echoes Awake the Streets of Rome as Family Pastes Rome Although measures had been taken by tho police to prevent a largo gathering Inside tho station at tho tlmo of tho arrival of the Roosevelt party many Americans and prominent Italians managed to find a way to circumvent these precautions and tho depot was well filled when the expresident made his appearance at tho door ot tho car Col noose volt was greeted by Mayor Nathan and Sig BoIIatt director general of tho Italian foreign once Ambassa dor Lclshman and the other members of the American legation A detachment of carabineers and a largo force of police made a pathway from the train to tho royal waiting room tho king having ordered that the expresident should bo given tho same honors as the members of royal families when they visit Italy Col Roosevelt smilingly responded to tho warm greetings with which ho was received on all sides and ho shook hands with many of thoso about him CAR FILLED WITH FLOWERS Immense Crowd Greets Roosevelt When They Entrain at Naples NnplosCol and Mrs Roosevelt attended services at Christ church leaving for Rome at 230 In the after noon An Immense crowd assembled at tho station to sea them off The private car which had been placed at their disposal by tho Italian govern ment was tilled with flowers FAVORABLE TO ROOSEVELT Cncsensus of Opinion That ExPresi dent Did Rlnht WashlngtonComment on tho Roosevelt incident is in general that judging from details now available Col Roosevelt did right Mgr Falconlo apostolic delegate decided not to discuss the matter Congressmen are Inclined to treat tho incident as a personal adventure of the expresident Tho Rev Dr Charles Wood pastor of tho Church of tho Covenant said Tho pogo doubtless has a rlgh to receive whom ho pleases but lito not bollovo ho has the right to dictate the conduct of a visitor to Rome I know ho must be right was the comment of tho Rev Dr John U Schick who was Mr Roosevelts Washington pastor- A wellknown diplomat who did not wish his name used said after tho dispatch had been read to him There Is nothing surprising in tho refusal of tho popo to receive Theo doro Roosevelt The same thing has occurred with foreign princes who havo visited Rome Troubles goner ally arlso over the conflict between tho quliinal and tho Vatican All kinds ot devices have been tried to get around this obstacle WIIIIIBreeding Skunks In Maine Breeding skunks is rather a now in dustry In this state but nevertheless It Is a paying ono with Georgo Crook er of North Bath and ho has a colony of 20 polecats Tho fur Is used largely in tho manufacture of coats and fur ptaces and Mr Crooker is busy catching tho animals for his yard Ho has fenced In a 50foot ledgo with a high wire and tho little animals seem perfectly content with their new homo Konnebec Journal Two of Kentuckys Representativesin James Campbell Cantrlll democrat of Georgetown Scott county Ky was born July 9 1870 educated at George toyn Ky college in 1893 ho married Miss Carrlo Payne of Georgetown In 1895 was elected chairman of the Scott county democratic committee In 1807 elected a member of tho Ken tucky houeo of representatives nnd reelected In 1899 in 1901 was elect ed a member of tho Kentucky senato from tho Twentysecond senatorial J CAMPBELL CANTRILL Congressman from Seventh District of Kentucky district in 190G Mr Oantrlll became active In tho work of organizing the tobacco growers of Kentucky and for several years past has given almost his entire tlmo to this work January 1908 ho was elected president of the American Society of Equity for Ken tucky an organization for the cooper atoir of farmers In securing more profitable prices for their products was elected to tho Sixtyfirst congress receiving 21157 votes to 14706 for L I Brlsrow republican Harvey Helm democrat of Stanford was born at Danville Boyle county Ky is not married attended school at tho Stanford Male Academy and graduated from tho Central University of Kentucky with the degree of A B was admitted to the practice of law in April 1892 elected a member of tho houso of representatives In HARVEY HELM Congressman from Eighth District of Kentucky 1S93 served as such in the general assembly of Kentucky session of 1894 elected county attorney of Lincoln county in 1897 for tho term of four years and reelected In 1900 was delegate from Ute Eighth district to tho democratic national convention at Kansas City In 1900 was elected to tho Sixtieth congress and reelected to tho Sixtyfirst congress receiving 17725 votes to 16049 for L W Debit urum republican and 442 for A John son prohibitionist Chinese Good to Animals Tho Chlneso of Oakland Cal havo formed a society for tho prevention of cruelty to animals Tho Chlneso are really a humane people It is said A man who for a long tlmo has been president of an American humane society relates that years ago ho asked Alison Burllngamc then American minister to China whether u society for tho prevention of cruelty to ani mals ought not to bo formed In that countryIt needed said Mr Burlln naturallygbodcruelty to animals Is rarely heard of there Rare Gems Owned by Indian Rulers Magnificent as aro tho pearls worn by tho wives of many American mil lionaires and by some women belong ing to wealthy and aristocratic fami lies of Europe none can comparo In point of magnificence with tho marvelous gems possessed by some of the native Indian rulers ot whom none possess such n magnificent collection BS tho Maharaja Rana of Dholpur Utmost Utilization Putting every aero land to Its best uso Is tho Idea about which tho whole policy of tho conservation of national resources revolves and In the future tho planting up of wasto tracts in the United States Is sure to be carried on extensively by private owners as well as In tho national forests and on state lands Undeniable When a man Is a human Jellyfish it stands to reason that he hasnt an honest bone in his body A + CONfiDENCE GAINED Wage Advances by Rallroado and Leading Industries Promise Much for Future Now YorkR G Dun Cos week ly review of trade says While tho trado developments are Irregular revealing diversified condl dons In different sections ot tho coun try tho volume as a whole Is so largo and makes such steady gains over last year that there can bo no ques tion as to its substantial character Business activity depends so largely upon confide which is tho basis of credit that anything that is uncer tain is disturbing to confidence Whatever hesitation may have existed In the Industries and tho markets has now been largely eliminated The labor situation Is much less acute and notices of wago advances by rail roads and leading industries promise much for tho future The Influence of previous uncertainties was mostly felt in tho speculative markets- In tho finished branches of iron and steel predictions aro made that shipments in March will exceed tho best previous records New business comes forward In wellsustained vol ume and tho fact that prices remain stationary is attributed to tho largely increased capacity of tho mills Export business in the rails has been a feature however recent sales for shipment abroad aggregating no less than 70000 tons Conditions In pig iron remain very much mixed with a further sagging of prices in all directions Tho jobbers in dry goods aro get ting good advance orders on fall lines but the houso trade Is seasonably quiet and buying is confined to Im mediate requirements Curtailment of production in cotton manufacture is increasing owing to the wldo margin between selling prices and costs of production Miscellaneous export trado has averaged well thus far this year but In tho absence of tho China trado of last year tho shipments do not loom up as well as a year ago to date In worsted circles it is believed that the keen demand for woolens to the exclusion of worsteds has dulled trade perceptibly The yarn markets continue very quiet A largo movement of fall lines of heavy staples Is reported by some of tho New England manufacturers ot footwear Shoo shipments from Bos ton again show a decrease this week Tho hide markets aro less active with the exception of a single combination sale of different varieties of packer hides from western and eastern points amounting to about 40000 hides Leather business continues to improve although trado is not generally active Now York Bradstreets review contains tho following Business fallues for tho week end- Ing with March 31 in the United States wore 229 agalhst 231 last week 204 last year 247 In 1908 137 in 1907 and 1G1 in 1906 Wheat Including flour exports from tho United States and Canada for the week ending March 31 aggre gate 1744279 bushels against 1638 578 bushels last week and 1413593 bushels this week last year For tho 39 weeks ending March 31 exports are 115269574 bushels against 145514 455 bushels in tho corresponding week last year Corn exports for tho week are 1085351 bushels against 888675 bushels last week 46d 1102244 bush els In 1909 For the 39 weeks ending March 31 corn exports are 22734852 bushels against 24822060 bushels last year Writ of Habeas Corpus for Morse Atlanta Ga Everthlng Is prac tically ready for the fight to free Chas W Morse Martin W Littleton and exGov Hoko Smith have completed the draft of an application for a writ of habeas corpus and according to present plans will file it in tho federal court Building Operations Halted Evansville Ind Nearly onehalf of tho building trades workmen In Evans villa aro now out on a strike and by the last of the week It U expected painters bricklayers and plumbers will have nothing to do GRAIN MARKETS Cincinnati April 2FlourSprlng patent 5SOa590 spring fancy 490a 525 winter patent 565a6 winter fancy o05a540 WheatNo 2 win ter red 118al20 on track Corn No 2 white 64a64Hc No 2 yellow 62c No 2 mixed 62c No 3 mixed 61c on track OatsNo2 mixed at 46lc No2 white at 471hc No4 white 44c HayNo1 timothy S19a 1925 No 1 clover mixed 1650al7 No1 clover 15al550 straw 8a850 RyeNo 2 84a86c on track Mill Feed Bran 2450a2550 mixed feed S2350a2G50 middlings 25a2750 per ton LIVE STOCK MARKET Cincinnati April 2CattleButch- or steers extra 72a750 good to choice 650a715 heifers extra 7a 710 good to choice JG25aG90 cows extra 5S5a6 good to choice 52Gr 575 canners S215a37S Bulls Fat bulls 5GOnG bologna S450a540 extra 550 Calves Extra 9 fair to good light 7a875 Hogs Good to choice packers and butchers flOQ5a 11 mixed packers S1065alO9j com mon to choice heavy fat sows SSa 1050 pigs 110 lbs and less S7a 1010 Sheep Extra J675 good to choice J625a665 LambsExtra 925 spring lambs 10a14 M r- F- rttn00 r Kentucky Gleanings Most Important News Gathered from All Parts of the Slide SELFDEFENSE WAS PROVED McNamee Exonerated and Brother of Victim Shakes Him by the Hand Lexington KyRobert McNamee vho shot and killed Thomas W Mo Namara In tho home ot Blanche Pat teNon March 23 was dismissed of the chargo of murder at his examining trial before County Judas Scott By tho testimony of Blanche Patterson Emma Morganson and himself Me Named proved a case of selfdefense and Night Chief of Police William Jenkins testified that MoNamara on hit deathbed had requested that Mc Nameo bo neither arrested or prose cuted for shooting him McNamce tee tined that he ran from tho houso naked after tho shooting sent bark for his clothes dressed got out on an early morning train for Columbus 0 remained there until after McNamaras funeral and surrendered at the county Jail hero Edward McNamara brother of the dead man who was the only member of the family active In tho prosecu tion walked over to MoXamco and grasped him bt the handand said he wanted to show him that he bore no 111 feeling against him McNamara also shook hands with the father mother and undo of McNamce oa well as the attorney for the defense and friends of tho young man NO PROMISE OF POSITIONS Panama Canal Zone Patronage Is De ferred Frankfort KyM H Thatcher who has been appoInted a member of the Panama Oanal Commission returned here from Lagrange wfliero be had been In conference with Senator W O Bradley Ho made the following statement I havo not yet secured my bearings I do not know what patron age attaches to tho appointment nor will I undertake to make any promises of positions The present law provides for tho Isthmian Canal Commis slon and I havo been named as one of Its members Tho commission is in ohargo of the canal zone and canal construction The commission I take It acts as a body I do not know when I will leave for Panama It may bo several weeks yet I have a number of official and business matters to ode just before leaving and I hopo to be given time therefore JOHNSTONS REPORT Says the Kentucky National Guard It In Fine Condition Frankfort Ky According to tho annual report of Adjt Gen P P Johnston submitted to Gov Willson the national guard of Kentucky was never in a better condition than at pres ent Under Adjt Gen Johnston are Lieut Col Thomas W Woodyard on duty in the quartermasters depart ment Judgo W L Jett who has charge ot tho Confederate Veterans Lieut Col A McLean Moffett who Is in chargo of the inspector generals department Col Woodyard reports that there was on deposit Dec 10 1907 to tho credit of tho governor claims for services of Kentucky troops in the SpanishAmerican war 2234058 and that tho outgoing gov ernor disbursed 1350173 leaving a balance of 988241 to be disbursed TEMPORARILY INSANE Culley Is Freed on Charge of Slaying Proctor Louisville KyNot guilty on1 ac count of temporary Insanity read the verdict returned by tho Jury in the case of Robert M Culley wlho was freed Culley was tried for the mur der of W E Proctor Tho verdict of the jury caused confusion on account of Its wording1 A big crowd remained about the courthouso until the verdict Vas brought in Culley shot Proctor after hIs wife told of an alleged as sault at tho hands of tho latter Louisville Ky Within the noxt few weeks tho Louisville Hallway Co will begin the work of extending tho Fern Creek interurban lino to Mt Washington Tho new line will bring Louisville in close communication with a rich and populous part of tho county Lawrenceburg KyTwo hundred thousand pounds of tobacco owned by tho Burley Tobacco Co tho Lawrence burg Supply Co tho poultry houso of A Hawkins Co nnd time Lexington Brewery agency were destroyed by Ire here entailing a loss of 75000 Origin of the fire la a mystery Frankfort KyCecil Fraser aged C8 years park engineer for Louisville and assistant landscaper on the capitol grounds died hero from paralysis with which ho was stricken In Gov Will sons once when attending a meeting of tho Capitol Commission LeltchfleM Ky Cbnrletf Carroll a ICyoarold son of a prominent farmer was assassinated at his homo at Doffs Edmondson county by a band of 12 masked men Carroll was called to tho door of his homo and shot in taro back I YrL T 1 I ANXIOUS FOR SUCCESSOR Superintendent Crabbe Desires to As sume New utlelliFrankfort KYGo Willson is thoIbusiest man In Kentucky now pre paring to slice some more republican pie Ho has several very Important places that ho must fill Tho most j RtatoISuperintendent Crabbo would like to have tho governor act on his res ignation as soqn as possible for ho desires to take part in the commenca ment exercises of tho Eastern Normal school as tho president of tho In stitution Prof Ellsworth Regcstinc of Newport is mentioned as Crabbes successor Gov Willson has his name under consideration but there is no telling for It Is understood that Gov Willson has a great admiration for former County Superintendent Taylor of PulaskI county who was sacrificed by the new school law There Thatchers Old Job Tho office of State Inspector and Examiner M H Thatcher will be como vacant as soon as ho receives his commission as a member ot tho Panama Canal Zono Commission- W E Bldwell formerly tho head of the banking department under Secretary of State Bruner is tipped for the job for he is ono of Gov Will sons favorites This position pays I 2500 aRBy Juno 1 the printing of which Gov Willson and chairman must commissionIcessor to J W Kedden superintendent of public y Another good job to be that of tho clerk to after stamping and recording ot tho thoIest bearing warrants This place created by the recent legislature the clerk will bo appointed by Treas I urer Farley It is probable that for a while at least the clerks in tho P treasurers once will do tho work and split tho salary Governor Willson may also haveitho appointment of the appellatefjudge from the Fourth district to succeed Judge Henry S Barker who will become tho president of the Stato university in SeptemberiIt is 1 Thatcher secretary to Commissioner Rankin is going to Panama as tho secretary to his uncle M H Thatch er and this will leave a job open for a young man or a young woman in that department All of these places pay from 100 a month on up TRIM IT UP DOC Said Boy to Physician After Left Foot Was Crushed Louisville KySay stop this ele vator youvo torn my foot off was tho startling statement made to the boy running tho elevator at tho Louis ville 8 NashvIUo office building hero by Heron Stanley aged 15 when his left foot was caught between the ele vator and the second floor landing Tho boy was gamo to the core antilwhen the elevator had been taken tho lower floor ho hopped over Into the surgeons once and said without the suggestion of a tremor Say doc my foot has been mashed off Wont you trim It up a little Dr Georgo Robertson tho surgeon who attended the boy said that he had tho most wonderful nerve ot anybody ho had ever seen Lancaster Ky Edward II Walker died at his homo in this county after a lingering illness of blood poisoning Mr Walker was the oldest of the fa mous Walker brothers and was him self a man of national note as a fox hunter Several times ho hum been president of the National Fox Hunters association Ho will be burled at Paint Lick Ky Covington Ky Warrants were sworn out by John P RJggS Jr and John T Vest for tho arrest of W T Stephens and I N Jackson of PIner Ky who are charged with sclllpg 4000 pounds of pooled tobacco and I Richard Thomas and Emmet Wilson ot Nicholson Ky for selling 8000 pounds of pooled tobacco Glasgow IyTbo logs of tho old Lincoln cabin which havo been stored In Louisville alnco tho 18th day of May past were carried to Hodgenvllle ands arc being hauled to the Lincoln farm where they will be placed In the new Memorial Hall and stay until limo la no moro Louisville KyJames P Helm 5G years old ono of Louisvilles best I i known attorneys is dead tj4 Hopklnsvlllo Ky Eugene Pcple 1 mall clerk on tho L N was arrest k- ed at Nashville by Special Postal Agent C L Patterson and brought here charged with robbing malls Ho waived examination and bond was h filed at 2000- Newport I Ky Former Sheriff John y P Nagol entered a plea of guilty In tho circuit court to an indictmentjcharging him with failing to perform van official duty In the suppresal j of a poolroom and an agreed fine of 200 and costs was entered Jae tu d oJ mom O 1ai tIQOOoeocOl oilofRo ot IIW Oeeoeo jfEast Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else t I l ao ouitespoBneuct published sliest fIlI14 11 lull by the writer the same w it all tar uubltratioa Dst a1 u tntne of fond lain 4nta plum t oo r M aaornotoAoeoeneouoow e q taue alueolloeoiooSoeoslo SON COUNTY JJACtCIUVKIt BOTTOM ti Clover Bittom April iA C Bids a nells wife and children have about recovered from the lagrlppe The Rev James Lunsford of Dreyfus vis 11 N Dean Saturday night The Caleb Powers spoke to a large 1lted at Kerby Knob Ue iOthH visit W StoX Dean Is planning I Azblll of Locust Branch on business 9tlTho heaviest fruit bloom April and wo hope for a j In years is horo good fruit crop this yearWm Hurst of this place went to Bear Wallow business Uoy DroP lost week on visited his grandfather at Sand Lick F last Saturday and SundayMiss Lil I lian Abrams la home from school Itt I UoreaS A Englo Is attending the f Fiscal Court at McKee this week IIUOH Hugh April 3Mr Everett Benge visited Mr Tom Azblll Saturday night I W Knob to hear Mr also went tJ Kerby Caleb Powers speak Mr and Mrs John Parks are visiting Mr Parks daughter Mrs Click at Whites Sta tlonMrs M Bongo and Mss Alice Benge made a business trip to Berea l Saturday Miss Lolla Klmberialn is staying with her grandmother who 00Is sickMr Henry Baker of near hear Wallow visited John Hale Sat urday nlghtMrs Mary Hale has been seriously 111 for the past week but Is some better nowMr G M Benge made a trip to Hatchers Run- SundayDecd March 23th the little 1oneyear old child of John Moberly t Its remains were laid to rest In the- E family graveyard beside Its mother- S I Mr and Mrs Goo Benge entertained as their guest Easter Mrs and Mrs Salem Azblll Mr and Mrs Isaac Burr lies Mr J Azblll and Mrs James Sparks Mrs Ell Sparks Is sick WELclluunoIWelchburg April 4J W Wilson has completed his new dwelling on the lot he bought from It W Roder SrL C and Pearl Goodman wore t home Saturday and Sunday from Ann vllle College We are glad to have a I good school so close to home The lion Caleb Powers visited friends In Welchburg Friday night and spoke to crowd at Annvlllo Saturday 1goal Blair visited home folks at this place last week but has return ed to London to reenter school Mr Harvey Moore who has been sick Is some better NATIIAKTOX- Nathalitnn March 2SMr John Wilson and wife are sick with la grlpi e Jesse Wilson and wlfo vls Ited friends at Travelers Rest yesterday and took dinner with W Wilson J F Tlncher made a business trip to Sturgeon taking orders for the good home paper The Citizen All wishing to hear Caleb Powers speak can do so by going to Union April 6thJlm McGeorge will soon have his new dwelling completed Jessie Holbrooks passed thru here Sunday on his way to Island CilyMrs h J Tlncber Is visiting her uncle Eli jah McWhorter at NathantonJ P t Tlncher says he is well satisfied with his new home at Sturgeon ISttCsI- saacs April IMrs M J DavisI has been very ill the past week but In much better nowMrs Laura Campbell of Alabama is Visiting her parents hereThe Rev J G AllenI preached at Pigeon Roost the lastt two SundaysK W McColIum has moved to Indian Creek Mr George Fields went to Horse Lick today I business tripMr D B Morris hasI moved back to Pond Creek from PerI ry County IJTUYL Ethel March 29W B Goner has sold his stave mill and timber at this place to Mr Tate Mr Conor will start for his home at Somerset soon Mr S D Rice of London was vie sting his father and mother arid oilier relatives of this place a few days last week The sick people with lagrlppe are about all well again except Mrs Liza Bingham She is very HI yet Mr anJ Mrs Burnett Bingham were the welcome visitors at U S RlcejaI Saturday night and Sunday Mrs S C Dalley Is no better Mr R P Mar- I cum Is erecting a new kitchen Leo va Rico visited her grandparents Mr j r and Mr Amos Metcalf a few days last wook1lr H II Rice who Is goingt to school at McKee visited home folks a day or two this wooklIr Julius Hacker had a fencing last Wednesday and got a good days work done SICKLYalotlwrawelfaraoflhelrclilldrenfhoald lJovubewllhontaI rakUICold1Curei Jlrujt8tort5cI will hermit PURE to any mother who will address I AlienS Olmited La toy M Y IIUULE Hurley April 4Sovoml from this place attended church at Birch Lick Sunday Next Saturday and Sundu y U our regular meeting Umo at Lodi an Crook Mr Riley Gabbard ha born working at Horse Lick tho past week Mrs J D macs and Mrs W M Callahan of Birch Lick visited 1 thou parents Mr and Mrs Pal Gab bard Saturday Dave Gabbard has been improving Lewis Lakes house this week Messrs Dr J D kayos J R Hayes Pul Gabbard and John Roberts Cris Roberts and John Far mer and Ed Gabbard all took din ner In Uie woods at Tomls Branch Sunday All report a jolly time The lion Caleb Powers will speak at McKee Tuesday April Gth- rAItllOT Parrot April SSeveral attended the Holiness meeting at Letter Box Saturday night Nino were baptized Sunday morning by the Rev A B Gabbard Mr Sam House of Grit was at tilts place Saturday on bust ness Martled Saturday evening on April 2nd nt Uio home of the bride Miss Mary Burnham to Mr Fred Cor nelkis The bride Is the daughter ofI John Burnham of this place groom Is the son of Mr Lafayette Cornelius of Ionia Laurel County Mr Cornelius Is ono of Laurel Countys best school teachers Parrot April 4Mr Grover Gab bard and wife have been visiting relatives ct thin place the past few days The death angel visited the home of Mart Combs and took hU mother away She was eightytwo years old She had come to stay with him and hrid only been hero five days She took sick and was thought to bo Improving but on Wednesday she got a pain In her Bide and lived about thirty minutes Every tiling was done for her that could be done She was taken back and laid to rest near Annvillo The heart broken relatives and friends have the sympathy off the entire communityIA precious one A voice wo loved Is stilled A place Is vacant In our home Which never can be filled God in his wisdom has recalledIThe boono his love had given And though the body slumbers here The soul Is safe In heaven ANNVILLK- Annvllle April 4The school at the Annvllle Academy Is doing good work and every one seems to bo pleased with ItMr J R Llawellyn and A W Baker prominent lawyers I of McKee were here In tho interest of some cases of which they ore Inter ostedThe Hon Caleb Powers spoke to a very large crowd of people at the Annvllle church Friday and took dinner at the home of Mr John Med lock I OKKKMIAM- Greenliall April 4lsaac Smith has returned from Hamilton 0 He says hone In Kentucky beats Hamilton any time Moris Brewer and wife and Alfred Brewer left Tuesday for Or- egenJ Smith made a business trip to Mauldea Thursday Alfred Brewer was visiting John Evans at Beatty vlllo the 29Prlco EvanJ and fami of Beattyvllle were visiting Mrs Evans parents Saturday and Sunday We are pleased to report that our j community Is much quieter than It was a few years ago and yet contln to Improve A W Baker and Grant Rlloy attorneys atlaw In Jackson j County were at Boonevllle court j tho past week attending to some business Silas Flanory made a bust trip to Beattyvllle the past wool J D pierson has sold several disc harrows turning plows and much wire fencing this spring Our farmers aro j waking up to the fact that Is tho thing Corn meat flour poulII try and other farm products are er than they have been for years MAUlDKN Maulden April 3Mr Luther Bow les who Is attending the S JJ M S at London visited homo folks lastIweek Mr Dean Tlmberlako panied him The widow Copes caught fire last Tuesday and was burned to ashes while they were away fromIfrom the fire placeMr and Mrs Alfred Moore were visiting at Mr IHows This Dollar Reward for any caaeof Catarrh that cannot he cured by Catarrh Cure J H CHUNKY At CO Toledo O hrnley made by hit firm WALDING KINNAN R MARVIX Wholesale Drug ale Toledo O actingdlrertly ISeenlaTake UaIla Family Pella fof conctdpatton Green Arhi7csSaturday night and attended church at Liberty Sunday Rev Hacker filled his appoint t1Ila at this place tho fourth Sat AddIt101pedMr John Rador Is improving If1I1r and Mrs W A Cope are to be congratulated over the arrival of a bouncing boy March 20th- IiLURRI Mildred April 3Jones Bros are doing a good business with their new store Horvey Mcore Is farming this year Mlsa Sue Wolch Is no better BA J Browning has hired to W M Dunpgln this summer Tho Tyno boys say thoy aim to wear tho blui ribbon this summer with their has ball team The Hon Caleb Powers will speak at Oak Grovo church Ap- r10th Every one come out and heai him Preston Dunlgan Is about well again CLAY COUNTY- Mr W Taylor Muncy who Is re presenting The Citizen in Clay and Leslie Counties Is meeting with a warm reception and Is having great success Ho Is delivering frequent speeches which are well worth hear ling On Saturday April 9 ho will speak at Plank at 10 a m and on the next Friday at 2 p m April 15 at Spring Creek and at Hosklnton j on Saturday at 10 a m Of course lie will then give the people a chanco to subscribe to The Citizen but that will not be tho subject of his address- I I which is The Interest of tho Mourn tams I SEXTONS CHKKIC- Sextons Creek April 2J A Hun ter had a fencing lately Miss Nan nle Spenco is taking Ute census forI this district J H Edwards and fam ily of Gray Hawk visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday Bodo Sandlin returned Friday from Clark County where he has been for tho past two monha The Rev P P Met calf preached at the Clark school house Saturday night Sunday and Sunday I night and Monday night The meet ing was well attended Good order prevailed One addition was made toI tho clmrchL Gibson has moved to- AlgerBob Huff had n fencing Wednesday He had twentyeight hands There will be a Gospel meeting at Mt Carmel church commencing Friday the 29th of April and continuing Saturday and Sunday v t VIM I Vine April 1Mr Dave Burns who has been at London for some time has returnedCOra Williams was the welcome guest of Bessie Par- I ker Saturday and Sunday Mr Jim- i Williams Is well again Jim Short passel thru here last week drumming Mr Will Browning Is Btlll sickIf Ferguson is sick with lagrlppe Ainin I Alger April 1 Messrs Hugh Camp bell Mason Field K V Napier and Billy Byrd had a working last week and got n fine lot of work Ilonollr S E Baker and family have moved to Clark County where they expert to liveMr Gilbert Grimes had a working B Hunter also had a work plantJnow here today on her way to Onedla on business David Bowman has been sick for some tlmeMrs Myrtlo Browning after visiting her friends and relatives here has gone homes SundayI ton Is visiting her fatherinlaw this week Callle Woods has been past Ing paper for Maud Clark this week LESLIE COUNTY I am In position to give you bettor prices and quality on general mar- chandise than you have been expecting You are Invited to come and see foryourselfJ art Spring Creek Ky ROCKCASTIE CQufM j Ned McIIono our well known agent Is starting out this week to see those of The Citizen subscribers who are In arrears and to take any names i of new subscribers who may wish t to got The Citizen Ho will start down tho Red Lick country and will also visit around Kingston and then go to Climax DIsputantn etc Ho will be glad to ECO any one from those post offices who wishes to pay for their comI to straighten out all such matters If you have any trouble about your pa per tell It to him nOON Boone April 4Mrs Daisy Lambert and Mrs Nora Wren who wero hurt In a runaway accident near hero last Sunday week are getting along nlc ly under the care of Dr Cornelius of I I Beroa Mr Henry Gadd and A D Levott returned home Saturday i Miss Hattie Poynter was in Berea Saturday on business Mrs JWILambert was at Copper urdayMr Charles Oldham is sick Mr Pal Kldwell recently moved to Winchester Mrs Susan Wren visit ed Mrs Lewis near Snider last Sun dayMrs MaWo Gadd who has been here Some time returned to her home recentMary Croucher who Is moO tending school In Berca visited her r ab srr ra a rk tar flie or in father near Rockford last week Mr Lewis of Snider made a business trip to Laurel County Saturday Mr Sam Lambert railroad fireman nt Richmond visited home folks hero Sat urday and Sunday Mr Frank Guinn of Berca was In this vicinity Sunday Next Saturday and Sunday are rc ulai church days at Falrvlow Mrs Arch Davis is quite sick viimi Wild Ie April 4Miss Ella Adams of Borea visited Miss Nettle Fish Saturday and Sunday Miss Orla Dotson is BlekMr Eamar Haycp Is visiting hU sister Mra Ronco Mrs Edward Graves of Paris were here between trains Sunday Mr Thomas Mink is very low with typhoid feverMr and Mra Hary Huston of Hazelpatch visited Mrs Hustons father Mr Colmnn Burdetto last week MADISON Kingston April 4Mr Dill Powell of Jackson County spent a few days last week with his brother J C Iow- I ellMrs Goo Young and daughter Jessie spout Thursday with Mrs Cole In Borca Mrs J Powell and Miss Martha Powell worn tho guests of Dr and Mrs H Q Sandlln In Richmond Friday Wnu Munday James Murray made a business antiI to Den a turdayIr Mark cry and family of Berea havo moved to their now farm hornMr and Mrs Goo Carpenter of Rcdllck were the guSts of Mrs CariHintora Mrs Lewis Sandlln last week IrI Alex Azblll and wlfo visited Mr Az bills parents In Richmond Thursday Mrs A P Settle and Mrs Pal Rid deli wore In Berea on business Wed nesday Miss Lavado Creckmoro of Mote spent last week with Mr and Mrs James Bales Mrs Jno Reeves who was taken to the Lexington Asylum Wodnesdty la reported some bet terMr John Powell bought a horso for 210Curt Benge and Tommlo Lain wore In our city on buslnos Sat urday Mrs Maggie Golden of Bcren Is visiting relatives hero this week JllttnlI1 iDrefus April 4Mils Leila KimI berlaln Is spending this week with her grandparents Mr and Mrs Robert1 Bongo at Hugh Ben Puckett was homo from Berca from Friday until Monday Mrs1 Luther Klmberialn Is seekMiss Dora Benge who has been spending a few days at Klng ton came homo Sunday by Julio Maupln and Eva Riddel of Lexington KyC G Davis Is homo from St Helens Miss Bcnnlo Puck ott who has boon visiting In Morgan and Lee Counties for the past two months came homo Saturday Mra Tom Davis Is home again after an extended visit with friends In Beatty vl1lc1lr and Mrs James Jones are visiting in Richmond this week JOB G Puckott was visiting in Lexington i last week Saturday Mr and Mrsj Jomcs Dcnney were called to the bed lido of their daughter Mrs Ira DenI hey who Is very sickMm Ellen Danny of Frankfort left for homo Fi Iday after a stby of two weeks with friends here KIIVKU CIUIK Silver Crook April LMr Ike Johnson Is preparing to move to Ind luna In the near future Mr Bert Itameeya saw mill has started again after being shut down for a while FOWLS Itoupl- ltnberntck llecfe9fowicbnelthyand Ira W W RIIOII 1l000klaivillo 1111 I I onIbyJ Used the World over No oUter of human food has ever received such phatic commendation for purity usefulness and whole someness from the most authoritfcseD Miri6 rOWDIEB Royal always received Iiigliesft award vjhen L olribitcd tested competition utjj CoffeyMr- and COUNTYI- CINOSTIIN accompanied Mrs D C Pulllns of Berea visited her daughter Saturday and Sunday Sunday school hero Is progress lug nicely Mra Gertrude Lake who line bran sick Is eomo better Mr Abner Eversolo has received a lot cf K rtrnlt from Chicago 111 to bo delivered aliortly Tho Rev Nash unit family enjoyed a trip to Robes mountain last Tuesday IOWSLEY ccunn TIt tJLClto HKST Travelers Rest April 1Mr and Mrs W II Venable of Vincent gassed through town Wednesday enroute to Racoon Laurel County to attend the funeral of Mrs Vonablos bro therMrs Patsy Cecil has moved to Lee County whore she will upend the summer with her Bister near Bear Track Mr and Mrs Alfred How land were the guests of Mr and Mrs Ed thirst Monday ulght Messrs S P Cnudell and Palmer Scott who have been attending tho K K B N S at Richmond have returned home to stay this summer Tho social given by Mrs C E White Saturday evening was quite a success and much enjoyed by those who attended Jos Young Jno Bother and Sidney Caudell went to Beattyvllle Wednesday on legal busi ness Court Is In session at Boone vllle tills week and our boys are com plaining that they arc skinning them alive YINOIINT Vincent April 2Mr and Mrs W II Venable wore In Laurel County a few days ago attend the burying of Mr C V Chestnut ling Venablos brother Albert Fowler who recently moved from Station Camp to this place has now moved to Duck Creok Mr T II Vcnahlo was at Roses Creek a day or two last week on business Harvoy Yen ablo and Waiter Bryant of Orpha were the guests of T D Venable Sunday night Circuit Court Is now In session at Boonovlllo and some of our boys have the benefit of tho working statute Win Mays U S Marshall who was to bo tried at Boonovlllo for the killing of Daniel Board will be tried at Richmond at the next regular term of the Federal Court nioirrowN Rlcotown April 2R W Minter Is hero sowing oats on Ills faun lie will bring his family fioon Henry Gab bard was at Idamay Thursday Oud Ith and B Gnbbard II C Gabbardi girls and Etta Galibord Hocks daughter and Soplux Baker returned home from Borca where they have been attending school Mr and Mrs JeoI Reynolds of Cow Creek vlsled and Mrs J L Gabbard recently The gasoline mill at this place la do- Ing good business Alfred Amis and Chester Baker came home from Bo rea Thursday Tim school at Cow Creek will close April lth with au exhibition Circuit Court is in 60SIblon at Boonevllle tills week a number of our citizens attended ifondnyMr and Mrs Wm McIntosh visited Mr and Mrs John L Gabbard last SundayMr Win Wilson of Cow Creek la very poorly Thero is o flno prospect for a good fruit crop Miss Pearl and Lucy Gabbard wore at Cow Creek Friday Miss Lucy Reynolds of Cow Creek visited relatives hero Inst week Jamos R Gabbard returned home from Hamilton 0 last n SAVE YOUR III thoatanrtart poultry duyoadedeGapes Cholera Diarrhoea and nil extsUng forms of dli easot A low drop In tho drinking water free from dloeaso AAlebottle males 13 eallona of medicine tho treatment of UlockbcoU and other diseases In turkeys Bourbon Poultry Cure HAS EQUAL aattdactarysemedyI IIroloed At JlIadln Druoolt per Dottie w- b IaAk article em NO eOa ILcWiiaoa Saturday where he had been visiting his brother Meredith and doing some work for hlutMrs Mary Mooro spent last Saturday and Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs Alfred Della of Bear CreekIra Philip Wilson died recently with pneumonia Bho loft to mourn her loss seven smallIchildren Mr and Mrs A M passed thm horo Monday on their way to Ix lpslc 0 to make their home Miss Rachel Baker Is going with thorn to mako her homo Tho lIon Caleb Powers will address tho voters of this place Monday April 11 In tho Interest of his mco for Co- ngressMiss Bosslo Evcrsolo of Cow Crock whole going to school at the State Normal at Rlchmnod Is hmo for a few daysE E Gnbbard was homo from Buckhorn recently on a visit Mr Hacker Is starting up a More at tho old John Wilder stand I IHIAMI CITY Island City April 2 Circuit Court begins Monday at Boonovlllo Albert Boman delivered an InterwtInK WM mon to a largo crowd Sunday at Wal nut Grove Silas Moore who has attending school at Rcrrn homo a few days agoA D lost a tine mare and colt a tow boenIago Vesta Roberts returned from Berea this weekJ F will teach at Walnut Grove Wes It Is retried hero that Uio house of Sol Banks of Kellcyvlllo burned down and ono of his children burned with It Deputy Marshal Wm Mays ClrI 11 COM trans fercd to tho Federal Court at Rlfih mondT J Gentry and A B Bryant made a business trip to Booneylllo Wednesday It IL Peters la serving as a Juror at Boonevllle this week KH Tyro wn fined fifty dollars this court working statute applied LAUREL COUNTY lnsJjOS Lqadaa April 4iliac game of basejball last Saturday between William burg Institute ended with a score of 6 to 4 In favor of S B II SBcIloolIte Ktlll progro slag nicely here Tho Rev Charles U Tillman of Atlanta theIlotunied from Barbourvllle whore ho has boon au a Juror In a murder M4Illto IUoal Court did vor i goal bualnonH this term They aPllroVpriated several dollar for tho purpoTo of building bettor roadsMr Tom Nicholson and faintly of Brock left i for tho west last week whore they ex l cct to remain fo a whilei1UMIAM f Bonham April IWe were sorry to hear of the death of John Weaver who was killed In a coal mine at Mid dlciboro March 21st Ho was brought homo for burial and burled In tho old Wart grave yard March 24th The Rev Thomas Reams officiating at Uio funeral services lie leaves a good old Christian father and mother scvnral brothers and sisters to mourn his 11lthA largo crowd took dinner with E Donham Easter day and all wonted to havo a nice time Old Aunt Snlllo Collier from Corbin was also there with us IContinued on fifth I qeJEXPERIENCE 60 YEARS II I 4 THADC MARKS aCOPYnIOHTS II rlerrtIIIlIMqnlekl q dIIAIl000OKonlalentaerne Patenta taken tbrouOh Munn 6u receive Iftctal nolttl without CbArlleIu tile Scientific JHwilcaiu handsomely Itlti tr tn1 wrrkly Tjirrest elr t BuldbyailnewdraleraMIINN jllraocn Office fflS V BL WaJhlngiou U