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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ltES I LENTS t I3EREA X BEREA PUBLISHING CO 1 tlNconrOUATEUJ STANLEY FROST Manager Entreat at the Pot ojtee at Hern Ay at terand etau mattmatter litVot XI Five cents a copy BEREA MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY APRIL 28 1010 One Dollar a year No 43I 1Bere R R THE CLOTHIERKy 1 NEWS ONI WEEK e Great Humorist DeadPrices Begin to Come Down a Little Must Die for Murder of Young Girl Cold Snap Causes Heavy and Widespread Loss Miner Crucified by Mob MARK TWAIN DEAD Samuel L Clrmcni bettor known as Mark Twain tho greatest humorist who over wrote In tho English language died ptaco fully last Thursday night from heart disease Ho was unconscious tor tho last few hours A modest funeral was hold Sunday and ho was burled be side his wife and daughter Tho ho had mado thousands laugh tho last years of his lute were woefully sad and there la no friend of his who Is not glad that ho la once more with tho loved ones who had gone beroroI him 116 left a comfortable PRICKS FALLING The first ray of hope In a dark sky has comp and tho papers report that the cost of living Is already beginning to go down a UNtla It Is prophesied that there will be a sensational drop In retail prima 1 MINE XllOSIONSfhero have boon two mlno explosions In tho last week Forty three men wore killed In a mine near Birmingham Ala and I OhioIcian and former National Chairman I of tho Democratic party has announc senIalebert Wolter who was accused of tho Chorrible murder of a young girl tnIa tow weeks ago has found guilty and sentenced to tho electric chair i N Y SUN SOLDA report Is out that C P Tuft brother of Pros Taft ha bought Vie Now York Sun I In many ways the most famous 1111I per In tills country I CRUCIFIED UY MOB George Rablsh a miner In Pennsylvania was crucified on Saturday and nearll ctoncd to death by a mob of minors who accused him of being a spy for tho mlno owners He was twice tied up to a cross and was bcntcii and otherwise abused He Is not exIpected to recover MILLIONS OF DAMAGE Tlho cold srell which struck hero was general over all America east of tho Rocky Mountains and did Immense damage Early retorts Indicated that tlio fruit and spring wheat crops of the entire northwest were entirely ruined but lrter advices say that there will bo i something navcd The cotton crop as far south as the middle of Alabama Is also gone and tho toes from this alone has been estimated at OB high as half a billion dollars Probably j later report will modify tills ost mate also Tho fact romans however that i tlio damage Is as great as has ever otruck this country from a cold wave and Is much more wlda spread than Is I usualHUGHES ACCEPTSGov Hughes Continued on fifth rage I r u r r ICE KY HTHE CITIZEN Devoted to the Interests of the Mountain People VALUENOT what some Ispeople imagine it to be There is only one kind of CLOTHING VALUE Actual worthEvery garment we offer is worth what we ask for it A 15 suit will be worth 15 in actual wearing value to you At the price you pay us we are absolute ly certain thatit is the most Style Quality and Workmanship to be had for the mone- yFRIEND MADE CLOTHES MAKE FRIENDS RELIGIOUS CENSUS Statistics Showing Present Strength of Religious Bodies Christian and Heathen In All Parts of the World and Especiallyin the United States By William E Curtis In Record Herald Washington April 1910ln a cen sus of the world recently published by tho government statistical bureau at Stuttgart Dr Zellor the director who Is one of the most eminent of EA tlbtlclauB estimated that the popula tion of tlio world la 1544010000 of whom 534940000 aro Christians 300 000000 are Confucians 214000000 are Hraumlns 175290000 ore Mohamruo dots 121000000 are DuddA9B 10 860000 are Jews and tho remainder belong to she religious denomina tions or aft pagans Thco figures hove created rome sue prise particularly with reference to the HinlUhUu and CIO Mohammedans The authorities usually credit the IJuddhlau with the great majority of tho Inhabitants of China and do not accept Confucianism as a religion but consider It moldy moral philosophy There Is no contradiction bovroen Buddhism and Confucianism any more than there Is between ShintoI- sm and Buddhism In Japan and tho Statesmens Year Book which Is con sidered high authority says Proba bly all Chinese not Mohammedans or Christians profess and practice all 3 religions Taoism which Is demon worship Confucianism which Is phil osophy and Buddhism Tho States mans Year book also given the Huddhlsts nearly all the 45000000 of tho population of Japan and the on tire population of Slam and Durnam Although there are 96000000 Moham mcdJans In India 30000000 In China 24000000 In Turkey and an equal num ber In Africa Dr Zeller credits that faith with only 175000000 It would be castor to understand thoso figures If we know how ho reaches his con clusionsFor United States ho accepts the figures of tlio census of 1908 which show htat there are 34282343 church members In the United Sate an Increase of 13604235 since the census of 1890 The number of min isters In the United Satca in 1890 was 111036 Now It is 165725 an Increase of 54691 or more than 49 per cent within the eighteen years There aro now 213019 houses of wor ship an Increase of 70416 or a Httlo more than 49 per cent Therefore tho not gala of tho several denominations In tho United States In eighteen years has boon GG pot cent In tho number of ministers and houses of worship This does not seem to justify tho statement so frequently mado that tho United States Is losing its religion Moro than onethird of the en tire population Is enrolled upon tho books as communicants of tho various religious denominations and more than ono halt tho adult popula lion Tho following is tho order oC mem bership of the different denominations In tho United States In 1908 Roman Catholic 12094656 Continued on fifth pages GOOD CITIZENSHIP By Theodore Roosevelt A few KXtrnirt from the iiililnmi dellrnrvil liy nur gent xIrIt before tlio- Unlvernlly of 1nrU Hvrrjr one need to be re mllxlrtl once In n while of the truth itnteil here The average citizen must be a goodcitizen if our republics aro to succeed The Htream will not permanently rise higher than the iiiaiu source aol the main source of national POCI and national greatness is found in the average citizenship of the nation There is no more unhealthy being no man less worthy of re spect than he who holds an attitude of sneering disbelief toward all that is gteat and lofty whether in achievement or in that noble effort which even if it fail comes second to achievement The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena whoso face is marred by dust and sweat and blood who strives va liantly who errs and comes short again and again because there isI no effort without error and shortcoming i but who does actually grentdevotionsknows in the end the triumph of high achievement tend who at the worst if hefails at least falls while baring greatly so that his place shall never be placed with those cojd and timid souls who know neither victory nor defeat goodlducation in order to be really good We must ever remember that no keen ness and subtleness of intellect no polish no cleverness in any way make up for the lack of the great solid qualities Selfrestraint self mnstery common sense the power of accepting individual rev sponsibility and yet of acting in conjunction with others courage and resolutionthese are the qualities which mark a masterful peopleIt is a sign of marked political weakness in any common wealth if the people tend to bo curried away by mere oratory if they tend to value words in and for themselves as divorced from the deeds for which they are supposed to stand To admire the gift of oratory without regard to the moral quality behind the gift is republicOfof the orator applies with even greater force to the orators latterday and more influential brother the journalist The power of the journalist is great but he is entitled neither to respect nor admiration because of that power ulllel it is used aright He can do and he often does great good He can do and he often tines inflict mischief All journalists all writers for the very reason that they appreciate the vast possibilities of their profession should bear testimony against those who deeply discredit it Offenses against taste and morals which are enough in a private citizen are infinitely worse if made into instruments for debauching the community through a newspaper Mendacity slander sensationalism inanity vapid triviality all are potent factors for the debauchery of the public mind and conscience Courage intellect all the masterful qualities serve but to make a man more evil if they are used merely for that mans own advancement with brutal indifference to the rights of others It speaks ill for the community if the community worships these equalities and treats their possessors as heroes regardleFS of whether the equalities are used rightly or wrongly If the man norktt for evil then the more successful he is the more he should he despised and condemned by all upright and farseeing men To judge a man merely by success is an abhorrent wrong and if the people at large habitually so judge men if they grow to condonn wickedness because the wicked man triumphs they show their inability to understand that in the last analysis free in stitutions rest upon the character of citizenship and that by such admiration of evil they prove themselves unfit for liberty The gravest wrong upon his country is inflicted by tim mAn whatever his station who seeks to make his countrymen divide on the line that separates class from class occupation from occupation men of more wealth from men of less wealth instead of remember fag that the only safe standard is that which judges each man on his worth as a man whether he be rich or poor without regard to his profession or to his station in life There have been many republics in the past They felland the prime factor in their fall was the fact that the parties tended to divide along the line that separates wealth from poverty It made no difference which side WHS successful it made no difference whether the republic fell under the rule of nn oligarchy or under the rule of a mob In either case when once loyalty to a class had been substituted for loyalty to the republic the end of thee republic was handOf man in especial beyond any one else the citizens of a republic should beware and that is of the man who appeals to them to support him on the ground that he is hostile to other citizens of the republic that he will secure for those who elect him in one shape or another profit at the expense of other citizens of the republic If a public man tries to get your vote by saying that he will do something wrong in your interest you can be absolutely certain that if ever it becomes worth his while IIH will do something wrong against your interest MRtS EXWELCHS FUNERAL The funeral of Samuel E Welch held at his homo here last Friday was ono ot tho largest known In Bc rca Hundreds of cltlenzs and vial tors from outside as well attended tho services and followed the body to Its last resting placo In the vault In the Borea Cemetery Tho funeral was conducted by the RevMr Carrier of Valley View who has had charge of the building oC tho now Methodist Church hero Music was furnished by a quartette compost of Misses Cornelius and Ambrose nndI Messrs Gamlflo and Hopper The ing pail bearers wero Messrs John Fowler W H Porter Scott T McGu Ire F P Lewis J W Stephens S R Baker Jno Gay and Nathan Welch Thoro was also a long list of honorary pall bearers Over a hundred carriages followed tho hearse and probably a thousand persons witnessed tho interment So far as has been found Mr Welch loft no will John Welch has for thoI tlmo being at least given up his dies at Yale and has taken charge ot the business Every thing thare was left in excellent condition Thoro was no debts and probably no executor will need to be appointed The examining trial of Grover C Fish was called In Richmond on Fri day but on motion of the Common wealth was set for Thursday oil this r Y week Messrs Sullivan and Wallace have been ro alned for the defense and Mr Tevis Cobb will represent the family of Mr Welch A FINE ISSUE As usual The Citizen Is offering Its readers splendid assortments of things worth reading this week Aro you getting all you ought to out of your paper It is your own fault if you are not for The Citizen publishes twice as much good reading matter as any other paper in this part ot the country Aro you Interested in your children Then you want thorn well educated Read Prof Dlnsmores articles on the proper qualifications of a good teacher and help the trustees see that your district gtfs a good one toIAre you patriotic Read tho Wash lln tnn totter Every patriot ought to washingIton ClarksImean money to you And eo on There is no room to tell all tho good features but they are all there And they will be next week too Read tho paper thru It ltkelyltogood In every column I Knowledge powerand knowledge WE WOULD SERVE YOU Do not think of the Berea Bank Trust Co as be ing merely place to deposit your money While the primary function of bank is to safeguard the publics funds we feel that our obligation to the community requires great deal more of this bank It is our desire to render to our patrons every service and accommodation that can reasonably be ex pected from us Ve want our customers to come to us freelywhen our advice will be of value It frequently happens that our business experience enables us to make helpful suggestions in business matters and we are anxious and willing do what we can for your best business interests It is pleasure to us to keep in close personal touch with our patrons and we invite you to come to us oftenICOrBEREA BANK C TRUST Berea Kentucky W Porter President Dean Cashier WASHINGTON LETTER Cannon and Aldrich Followers Admit Defeat and Are Beginning to Retire From the FieldFight Hard for the Old Ways and Presidents Pro gram Still in Great Danger Washington April 23 Thus the old order changoth 1910I ing place to new Lest ono good custom should cor rupt the world So sang the great pout on the pass Ing of King Arthur the heroic legen dary savior of BrlUan And BO may wo say today In witnessing the passi lag of the old leadership under which tho Republican party has lived and won for forty years There has clearly come out here this week fpr the first limo the car talnlty that tho leaders of the oldI school know they are defeated For eight yearsover since Roosevelt took McKlnloys place president the loaders who have controlled tho Republican party for forty years have been facing new element within the party an element which they couldI not control which they did derstand and which they hated Slow ly this clement has grown first amor duo voters and then by hard fighting among the Congressmen And now tho old leaders admit defeat and we shall soon see the reins of leadership and the responsibilities of corttrol handed over to the men of the new movementIt to accuse many of tho old leaders of corruption in tho Intercuts of the great corporations and trusts which have grown up under their care But tills in many cases at least unjust They believed In certain principles of government and have worked on those principles They have written them Into the law of the land and we have become rich nation under them Their god was Business and their battle cry was Prosperity And their methods and laws have ctlmulated business and brought prosperity till no nation that ever lived has had tho wealth of America Their principles were approved and their mohods Indorsed by the men that elected them and they have simply held to LhO old faith But tile world has moved on Shrewd men have taken advantage of tho times to steal and have hidden under cover of the law made to protect busi ness Great injustice has been done ants the people have found that many men wore getting more than their share of the prosporty produced whllo tho groat majority were getting less than their due So there has been growing revolt against tho old meth odsn revolt which has had for its watchword Justice and Equality People have demanded that the laws should bo made for tho protection of tho buyer well the seller of the poor man well the rich ot good living as well as of good bust nessAnd this has brought tho revolt in the Republican party Roosqvelt head Inv tho movement for now laws has been rallying the people behind him The old men seeing only tho possible damage to business have milled to tho defense of their old customs And from this they have taken tho namo of their faction They are Standpat rOn Like man who In hand ot poker does not draw cards but is saUsfled with what ho has they Continued filth page it Is the way to keep up wIth modern Is to read good newspaper i a a a to tit a H J F D C I as i a i j is a i a as as as as a a on i T a 1 IN OUR OWN STATE Prices of Hogs Coming DownNo Proof of Bribery in Legislature FoundLexington Election Pure Court Decides Big Judgment f Against Coal Company Holland Law In Court x WAY DOWNA big tumble IHOGS place in the price ofhogs over tho country the drop f been from 1 to 2 Hog dealers are bcplng however that tile preeent price can be maintained LEGISLATURE CLEAREDTho grand jury which has boon sitting at Frankfort has reported that it foundino evidence of bribery and that It rtLwasdiced man should investigate that grand jury ho might report that he failed to find any evidence of brains and believes the members were perfect idiots And yet he would probably beFmistaken The writer remembers two I such grand Jury Investigations in New York with the same results And now tho trutih has come out and New York knows that tho grand juries were wrong LEXINGTON TOOTho Court ofIAppeals has reversed the finding Judge Parker who ousted tho cers of Lexington for fraud at election two years ago The oraIholds that there was not enough dence of fraud to justify a that any different result would + been reached If the election has been honest It seems to tho humble out sider that the men who put up tho money for a corrupt election must have thought they were In danger fd few men spend money for nothing L But then judges cant tako 1 things like that into coslderatlon COAL COMPANY LOSESA Judge went for 50000 was handed down last week in Mt Vernon in the case ot the John H Jones trustee against the Big Hill Coal Co The embraces sixtythree tractsJudgementIwhich will be sold at Mt satisfy it- KILLS PLAYMATE Jamos Isom eleven years old shot and killed hisrplaymate Little Fields near Whites burg on Saturday He was playing with a ahot gun when It went off ARGUE HOLLAND LAW niemB on the validity of tho HollandIlaw wero made before Judge Miller j in Louisville Tuesday This is thetlaw which seeks to prevent the t tabllshment ot the Lincoln Institute t In Shelby County The points mado against the law are That the Legis lature cannot make any laws to take effect on tho approval ot any ono else unless specifically allowed to do t so by the Constitution that It is t unlawful to give any set of persons i the power to prevent any one elso from using his property for a lawful h purpose and that the Legislature can not give any one else the power to prevent the carrying on of a business unless It has the power to tho carrying on of that business BeautyWhen forbidtat Crowe England recently by stable for riding her cycle light the superintendent of the po l lice said he was surprised that such a emart looking young officer should have summoned such a handsome i young lady and declined to press for a conviction The chairman said the policemans action did not speak much for his gallantryIh 1 I r I PICT h BY 7JWfJGeOJ2CCOPYRIGHT 1 BOG ThE1 OA ME ILL CO SYNOPSIS I Frederick Hardy a fashionable Boston society man lost MB wealth was jilted by a girl and sent by a friend to take charge of an American Trading Company store In Russia On his Journey through i Japan ho met fitaplcton IIU- Pp1 dIY An Englishman They agreed to- ro together to Russia liocause of BUS picious circumstances they were several times molested l y the Japanese Hardy was arrested sad found upon his person were papers showing maps of Jap forts Hardy was proven guiltless On iv train he met Alsomo Sono daughter of a Jap merchant In Neville shoes Jap found pictures of torts proving him to bea- I Russian spy Hardy departed for Rus ela on a steamer which was wrecked shortly afterward lie was rescued by a Russian steamer On reaching Vladi vostok he was well treated He started for Siberia meeting Princess Romanovna on the train Hardy boarded a vessel for Amur Hardy showed tho princess his expertness as a rifle shot The steamer f maid stranded were attacked Tho by ChineseandHardy saved their lives The princess thanked Hardy for his heroism Manchurian Bred upon the craft Hardy slew their chief liurnlns arrows were hurled upon the Pushkin decks An attempt was mado to board tho vessel The attacking Chinese were repulsed Romanoff sneered at Hardya solicitude for the princess Stanka a messenger sent for help was nailed to a craw on the shore To put an end to the awful torture Hardy himself put Stanka out of his misery taking his own life In his hands Forest fires men aced the vessel Hardy volunteered to go for help Refused permission he jumped overboard and started to swim with the prlncess4dlstress message Ito tnanoft was angry at Hardy for his brave efforts to rescue tho princess He wooed her In his own savago lie said lardy had made love openly to a Jap anese girt Help came and the prlnoeds was rescued lardy Journeyed on a raft Arriving at his destination he took charge of the trading companys bust ness Hardy received a letter from a so chat leader In Iloston and another from Alsome Hardy took lessons In Russian of a Jew thus connecUng himself In a way with that race Hardy received a letter from the princess thanking him for his bravery hardy s teacher was In danger of death lie employed Wang as- a servant Herd went to Moscow where tie was Invited to call upon the princess He started for the palace home of Prin countable ofhis Korean aroused boy unac by announcing tbat ha was going to call on the princess cabman who drove him to a largehouse on a poorly lighted street After entering the house I Hardy discovered that It was a resort of nihilists whoauppoaed he was Feillt Hu lln come to tell them of a powerful ex plosive ho had discovered The real Hulln arrived and denounced Hardy sa an Impostor The nihilists determined to kill In order to protect themselves Finding an unloaded revolver In his over coat pocket lie pointed ft at Hullns bomb which on tho table and swore to blow them all up together If they touched him Holding the nihilists at bay Hardy started to leave the room when tho police were heard at the outer door life bomb killing several policemen the nlhlllsta fled and Bu nch the Jew suddenly appeared and led Hardy to tho cellar Baruch conducted lardy through an underground passage to another house from which he boldly emerged and returned to his hotel Hardy visited tho princess contributed to the fund for the relief of the victims of the nihilists lI more than Romanoff had The later entering the room openly Insulted him Romanoff struck who challenged him to a duel Russian accepted Preparations tIThethe duel wero made The princess Hardy to spare Romanoffs life Hardy missed Romanoff but placedIthe duel scene for a cuff button of Ro manoTs vlildi he purposely shot off rather than violate the princess wish This ho sent to her War between Rus cia and Japan was declared Prince Ito manoff was murdered Hardy was ac Bused Harctys former servant Wang upon the princess Wang ro vented as Alsome the Japanese girl con teased to tho princess that she had killed Romanoff because he plotted to slay Hardy The princess promised help I CHAPTER XLI Contlnued II It Is sad continued his majesty very sad but be assured that al though tho case Is a somewhat dIm cult one full Justice shall be done The American minister has already In quired about tho matter and has do manded that the fullest Investigation be made These Americans are very meddlesome I am Informed how ever by tho minister of foreign af fairs that there will be little difficulty In establishing this Hardys guilt as he Is u dangerous character and has a ball recordi The princess turned pale as she re peated A dangerous character A bad rec ord Will you send for this record sire that I may hear It In your ma jestys presence For I coma not to speak against this Hardy who Is ac cused of murdering my cousin but to plead for his release to pray that Jus tice may bo done Youto plead for him Yes sire for ho did not kill my cousin Will your majesty grant me the favor that I may hear this record j read In your majestys presence For I know this Mr know much that Is good of him and nothing beds Tho czar rang a bell and com manded a servant to send n confl 1 deutlal secretary to him Flro min utes later an old man entered n stoop shouldered old man with a clcansha yen face whoso eyes denoted Infinite shrewdness his manner infinite ser Tlllty Pyplne said his majesty can you bring to us Immediately the rec ord of the American Hardy concern Ing whom the minister of foreign af fairs was speaking to us the other dayYes sire replied Pyplne a copy was ordered from the chief of police of Moscow and is now in his excel lencys possession Bring It said the czar immediately Pyplno disappeared While ho is gone you may tell us what you know of this American Har dy and why you think ho did not M eussluat your couafu l I know that ho Is a gentleman high connections In his own orI Who has come bore to cnzago in y t l f JtL 3 + + merce and retrieve his fortunes My cousin first met him in Japan This part of the story I have from Boris own lips Boris being hard pressed by the police put his telltale papers in Mr Hardys overcoat pocket and tried to throw tho guilt on him The plan did not succeed and Boris suf fered many hardships for which ho unjustly blamed Mr Hardy I first mot him on tho Amur river whore I was captured by Chinese brigands He came to the rescue and saved mo from a terrible fate This still fur ther enraged my cousin who loved me and was Jealous of any one who served mo In any way Ho was very brave was Boris and would have saved mo himself but ho was not there which certainly was not Mr Hardys fault On the Amur we were again attacked by brigands and Mr Hardy as well as my cousin fought like a bravo man In my house in Moscow my cousin who was of a vIo- lent nature Insulted the American by offering him money and when Mr Hardy Indignantly refused and knocked his checkbook out of his hand struck him In the face A duel was fought at which Mr Hardy at my request spared my cousins life though ho was himself severely wounded He has wonderful skill with tho pistol and he shot a cuff button from my cousins sleeve which he sent me as proof that he had complied with my request My cousin was boastful of having wounded Mr Hardy and I gave him the cuff but ton and told him its story Ho became transported with rage and swore that he would not rest till he had rid the earth of this man He conceived it hfs duty to avenge the outraged honor of the Romanoff family as ho expressed it He thought he must kill this man for other reasons here the princess halted and blushed Go on said the czar kindly and much Interested this is a most remarkable story In it this Mr Hardy appears as a hero Sire in Mr Hardys employ was a young Korean boy whoso devotion to his master surpassed anything I have ever before heard of It was more like that of a woman for the man she loves when a woman really loves This boYI am ashamed to tell it sirebut now your majesty will understand why I have wished to confide In you alonethis boy heard my cousin plotting to kill Mr Hardy Yourmajesty will understand that my cousin was no longer a sane man that rage and nndjealousy perhaps had ren dered him for the moment irresponsible Tho boy fearing for his masters safety and believing that a Russian nobleman had tho power to do anything ho wished stolo into my cousins compartment at night and killed him- Wonderful wonderful said the czar in a musing tone and aro you sure of all this- Absolutely I give you my word as a Romanoff princess that it is trueAnd the boy Do you know where ho is Ho can bo given up to Jus tice I Tho boy replied the princess solemnly no longer exists Over whelmed with horror at what ho had done and feeling sure that tho police would find and punish him he has made away with himself lie told me that it was his intention to do away with himself and ho has disap peared At this moment Pyplno entered with Hardys record At the czars com mand he read It rapidly and In a matter of fact singsong tone It con tamed nearly every act of Hardys life except what had actually hap pened within the four walls of hla sleeping chamber since he had set foot on Russian soil He was accused of sympathizing with the Japanese of having affiliated with Jews of having Insulted the authorities at Vladivostok by requesting that tho imperial gov ernment use its Influence to get him a clean towel in tho hotel there with having worn an overcoat similar to tho one found In the nihilists den on the evening of the explosion of the Frenchmans famous pill Further more be had fought a duel with the Prlnc Romanoff In which be had bien wounded This fact furnished the motive for his alleged crime which coupled with his sus picious record left little room In the Russian official raliri for doubt of his guilt Most of theso points had al ready been covered by the story told by the princess As for the overcoat she remarked If he continued to wear it he could not have left It and your majesty would soon discover If your majesty would stop for some time Incognito in Vladivostok that the power of the imperial government Is by no means belittled when It is asked to use its Influence In tho procuring of a clean towelTho emperor arose and pressed his hand to his brow as though ho were suffering with headache Little Father said Romanovna this man saved my life my honor There are features In the case which j It it is tried do not reflect credit on my dead cousins namo Grant my I prayers Let Mr Hardy bo freed and 1 I J- I Rise Daughter Said the Czar Kindly the report given out that the police have secret proof of his innocence but aro on tho track of the real cut prltand she sank again on her kneesRise daughter said the czar kind ly Wo Invo already decided on this course Its a relief to know that ho is innocent the American ambassa dor Is so troublesome Pyplne see that this Is done Tell the proper au thorities that It is our will CHAPTER XLII Gray Ghosts That part of Siberia which lies east of the great Inland sea Lake Baikal and west of the mighty Amur which hero turns abruptly and bends north ward is known as trans Baikalia Tho Stanovol range of mountains contln ulng to the south divides it nearly in halves forming a watershed that feeds the lake on one side and the Amur and its tributaries on tho other Tho transSiberian railway the great artery through which tho blood of Russia flowed uninterruptedly from Alexandrov to Vladivostok and Port Arthur pierces these mountains at an advantageous point and passing through Stryetensk breaks Into ManchuriaOn In trans Balkalta that runs for many miles parallel with this mighty ant trail a sledge was flying eastward drawn by three horses all abreast The river was frozen to the very heart and snows drifting over It had swept and polished Its surface till It was smooth as glass Wrapped in furs and his head shrouded In a thick cap tho driver sat on the forward scat partly protected by the highcurving dash and managed the lines On a low scat behind him were n man and a woman also wrapped deep in robes of fur whllo a third woman sat silent In tIle bottom of the sledge Somewhere behind them the rails had spread and the road had given out and tho trains were halted while re pairs wero made Thero Frederick Courtland Hardy on his way to Stryctonsk had over taken the princess hastening to tho front undergoing all hardships en tirely forgetful of self that situ might employ her strength her fortune and her high courage and example in the relief of her wounded and suffering countrymenShe Hardy with frank friendliness explained her mission and told him that ho had arrived Just In time to help her carry out a plan of hers Wo can take sledges down the river she said to PetrovskaZavod where I havo no doubt wo shall be ablo to catch on outgoing train I should have started before but wan deterred by the tact thatthntIn fact I was afraid Now with my gal lant defender of the Amur I shall have no hesitation In going Will you come with uswith my maid and mo Yes he replied gravely I will go I am overwhelmed by my good 2 fortune It was too great an honor Lo- bo hoped for that I should ever be of service to your highness again Tho moro presence of this woman transformed him from tho merchant Into the courtier and polished gentle manYou forget she said while the ghost of ono of her merry smiles light ed up her beautiful features that such things are to bo said in French Tho maid Hardy scarcely noticed She came out at tho last moment her head covered with a fur hood that al most entirely obscured her face and took her place in the bottom of the sl dgoThere were long desolate stretches of snow with here and there a house the roof covered with snow nestling among the white hills They passed occasional pitches of forest the limbs etched very black and distinct against tho background of snow They had loft the town about two oclock and it was halfpast three nowThere must bo a farmhouse some whore near observed Hardy If your highness feels cold I saw a largo dog running among the trees a moment agoJust then the driver pointed with the whip toward the woods and crossed himself Tho princess also made the sign of the cross and said quietly Thse are wolves May tho holy Virgin protect us Two large gray animals with bushy tails that were dogs and yet not dogs wero seen flitting among the trees Their tongues hung out of their mouths and as they glanced from time to time at the sledge and Its occupants their teeth could be plainly seenHave no fear said Hardy they are so few they will not dare to at tackAt that moment a third Joined the two and ran with them They ran easily flitting along as lightly as thistledown driven by tho wind Time driver arose In his scat and cracked his whip over the horses heals Bo careful Ivan said the prin cess do not lire them out How far It Is yet to Petrovska Twenty vorsts ho replied we should make it In something over an hour It the horses hold out It was near hero over n year ago that Farmer Gogol was dragged rrpm his sledge by wolves and devoured I had not heard of many being seen this year Tho Virgin defend usl For at this moment onq of tho nil mals emitted a long mournful howl the most dismal and terrible sound in natureI of your highness not to beIt commenced Hardy but she laid her hand on his arm and whispered ListenFar I tho depths of the forest an answering howl was heard then an other farther iway and still others both m and down the river Ono of the wolves flitting along the bank lifted up hla voice to be la turn answered by a sporadic chorus from tho forest There were now six wolves In sight drifting out and In among the trees like gray ghosts Soon ono of these tripped lightly through tho snow down tho river bank and trotted along after the sledge on tho ice like a faithful dog They show no signs of attacking said Hardy They are famished said the prin cess but they are as patient as death and as Intelligent as humans They are too few yet A second and a third Joined the two on tho river wIllie tho pack on the bank steadily grew and noiselessly save for an occasional call into the deeps for help The maid sat motionless without looking up or stirring Hardy lifted a rifle from tho bot tom 6f tho sledge I could kill ono of them now ho said and perhaps that would scare them away It Is not time yet my friend replied tho princess I shall tell you I nut a Russian and I know when to shoot You must not waste a single shot Nothing would scaro them away she added Tho isvoschlk was using all his strength to keep his horses from ox haunting themselves In ono wild dash Snorting with fear they wore down tho long ribbon of Ice teurlngI rifle speed CHAPTER XLIII The Gift of Alsome Not moro than ten minutes In all could have elapsed since tho appear ance of tho first wolf and they had already gathered In terrifying num bers How far U It yet to Petrovska asked Hardy About 20 vents replied the man we can make it in an hour If the horses hold out But this Is the same answer that he gave before said Hardy Ho means that it Is a long way explained the princess Twenty vcrsts about 20 vcrsts I fear tho horses can not run so far But tho wolves asked Hardy will they not also tire They are very hungry replied the princess they could run for over At this moment tho entire pack wheeled as if at a word of command and drifted obliquely down on the Ice Some ran beside the sledge a couple of rods away whllo those In tho roar came up closer Though tho mad dened horses wore going nt their ut most speed their hoofs making a con fused and Incredibly rapid clatter on the Ice the fierce wild dogs simply drifted drifted along without tho least scorning effort Tho pack was evidently nearly complete now though an occasional gray form would flit out from among tho trees stand and look with lifted Tend and then Join the chase with a long easy lope The little meld crouched In tho bottom of the atledgo and bundled In furs still remained motionless spoccliloss as though paralyzed with terror Tho princess fit erect looking straight ahead tho seal of a sublime courage set on her palo noblo brow The blood of the Romanoff did not tear to die She turned to tho man at her Rldo and smiled sweetly moro sweet ly than ho head ever seen woman smile before Forgive me my friend she said for bringing you Into this fearful dangerI God cried Hardy that I nm hero and nowhere else Ills voice rang out with sudden fer vor with a sob of Joy Thank you my friend said the princess simply May I shoot now asked Hardy Several of tho wolves were close to ono of tho horses and were look- Ing up at the animals throat This was the horso that was running free ho was crowded against tho other two of tho team In his terror Not yet not qulto yet replied the princess they become maddened when they smell blood A moment later n wolf darted sud denly in and leaped at tho throat of the horso which reared snorted with terror and then bounded ahead with a sudden burst of Incredible speed Hardy arose and leaning against tho drivers seat took quick aim and fired at this particular wolf tho ono that had begun the attack in earnest lie fell kicking and writhing on the Ice and instantly tho entire pack huddled above and about him snarling snapping scrambling tear lngan indiscriminate mass of fur and fury teeth and hunger There are 11 shots In the maga zinc and five In the revolver said Hardy who saw a ray of hope In this action of the wolves With care they should last us to Potrovska How far Is It yet to Petrovska Ivan he shoutedAbout 20 versts replied Ivan we should reach It In Hardy glanced behind The strug gling snarling mass was still there on the ice but already several morn herB of the pack had left U and wore d n 70 taking up the chaso again Ho stood watching them as they came on In a line leaving the carcass ono by one In less than lye minutes they were all back by thu sledgo again und tho low sun was shining on n white pile of bones that could bo distinctly seen I I far back on tho river It doesnt take long muttered Hardy If it must come Then h thought of the princess shuddered and breathed a prayer And still the horses ran on and on tho sledge was light and they were winged with terror Again and again Hardy shot shot as never beforo and seldom missed Tho flro of bat tie was In his veins that fierce and deadly mastery of self that exalts n bravo man when ho both hunts and Is hunted Have courage ho cried we shall reach Petrovska yet ajBut now the chaso took on a now Vand more dangerous feature Whoa n wolf was killed not nil of tho pack dropped behind to devour him One more bold than the others sprang up at tho back of the sledge ns if to leap In and Hardy firing Into tho open mouth fairly blow tho fierce creatures head off Tho flash and ox plosion for a moment terrified tho fol lowing pack and caused It to drop back He turned and aimed at an ani mal that was snapping at ono of the horses but when ho pulled the trig ger no report ensued Ills taco blanched as ho dropped tho weapon and drew his revolver Tho shots In the magazine of the rlflo were all ex t hausted In this moments delay a wolf succeeded In fastening Its fangs In tho horses flank and hung there snarling Tho unfortunate steed leaped forward with such violence that tho traces parted and Instantly all the wolves wore tearing at him pulling him down God have mercy God have mer cy she groaned Have courage cried Hardy ho will soon bo out of his agony and I think his death has saved our lives The two remaining horses did not seem to noUco tho loss of their com panion ns time sledge glided easily over the smooth Ice They still tan nobly on though they were reeking with steam Tho sledge came to a bend In the rlvor and for n moment its occupants lost sight of the wolves Perhaps they havo given up the chase said Hardy perhaps too they are satisfied with tho But tho princess shook horsetThey will never give chase she said and at that moment i a gray form flitted around tho bend In the rIver two three half a dozen and soon 20 or 30 of the pack were again about tho sledge leaping at U and at the horses with sharp short yelps und snarls tholr red tongue lolling their jaws flecked with blood and foam There there cried the Isvoschlk pointing down the river with the handle of Iris whip Petrovskat Petrovskal Ulrss tho Virgin Tho rays of the setting sun fell full on tho domo of n Greek church but It was a conspicuous object mind faraway i A wolf was hanging to tho neck of ono of the horses Him Hardy shot and loaning over tho curved dash discharged his weapon into the body of another that was clinging to the other horse Ullzabotha bo said turning to the princess his face white but glorified that is tho last shot It thero wero but ono more wo might reach Pctrov ska Hero with Death for a witness Jpresenco I you Sho arose and throw herself on his breast For a long mlnuto they ItoodIthus clasped In each others arms lip to IIThofloor arose from her bundle of furs 1raysIn her face Look Into my eyes onco more sho cried oh let mo look on your face again ono long last loolelIHardy raised his head Alsomol Wang ho gasped In wonder and could say no moro Farewell my beloved and her voice sounded lIke tho voice ot a priestess chanting jl glvo you to her and to happiness I who have loved you tho most and sho leaped among tile wolves j A path beaten in the snow led up time river bank Into tho outskirts of Petrovska and up this the tired horses dashed their noble run ut an endSeveral of the wolves followed even to tho top of tho bank glanced at the houses and the villagers swarming from them and slunk awn Ono of I the horses his strong hear bursting fell dead beside his thaw With tear streaming down his cheeks Hardy stood erect in the sledge noidlsg the swooning princess In his arms THE END I DUTIES OF CITIZEN Colonel Roosevelt Lectures on This Subject In Paris i BIG AUDIENCE IN SORBONNE t Savant Professors and Students Hear the ExPretldents Views on the Responsibilities of the Individ t ualHlia at Race Suicide In France professorsjof the University of Paris crowded tho assembly hall of tho Sorbonno this afternoon to hear Col Theodore Roosevelt lecture on CHI zen hip In a Republic It was an ap preciative audience and tho lecturer was frequently applauded Mr Itoosovelt said RepublicThisP city of medieval Europe at a time when no ono dreamed that there was a now world to discover Its services to tho cause of human knowledge al I ready stretched far back Into the remote past nt tho time when my forefathers I three centuries ago when among the sparse bands of traders plowmen wood choppers nnd fisher folk who In a hard struggle with tho U Iron unfriendliness of the Indian haunted land were laying the founda tions of what has now becomo tho giant republic of the west To con- Quer n continent to tame tho shaggy roughness of wild nature means grim warfare and tho generations engaged in It cannot keep still less add to the atorca of garnered wisdom which were therein and which are still In the hand of their brethren who dwell in the old land To conquer the wilderness means to wrest victory from tho same hostile forces with which mankind struggled In the Im memorial Infancy of our race The primeval conditions must bo met by primeval qualities which are Incom patible with tho retention of much byllUmanlbstriven upward toward civilization In conditions no primitive there can bo but a primitive culture Building the Higher Life As the country grows Its people who have won success In so many lines turn back to try to recover the pos plrlthlchaside In order better to wager tho flat rough battles for the continent their 5children luhcrIL Tho leaders of waytclearllghtedIy whether for a nation or an Individual Sa of value only as a foundation only as there Is added to It tho uplift that comes from devotion to loftier Ideals partboround about In tho now world but I byfreelyhouses of tbo old world upon tho treasures stored In the ancient abodes of wisdom and learning such as this where I speak today merelytogreater mistake It Is a proof of weak ness In any nation pot to bo anxious to learn from another and willing and able to adapt that learning to tho new national conditions and make It fruit ful and productive therein It Is for I us of the new world to sit at tho feet ofthe Gamaliel of tho old then If wo have the right stuff In us we can show that Paul In hIs turn can become a 4teacher as well as a scholar I shall speak to you on tho subject ot Individual citizenship the one subject of vital Importance to you my hearers and to mo and my coun trymen because you and wo are citi zens of great democratic republics A democratic republic such as each of oursan effort to realize in its full sense government by of and for tho J giganticoono fraught with greatest possibilities alike for good and for evil Great Lesson of France France has taught many lessons to other nations surely one of the most I important Is the lesson her whole his tory teaches that a high artistic and compatibleLBtatcacraft The brilliant gallantry or the French soldier has for many cen tunes been proverbial and during these same centuries at every court In Europe the free masons of fashion i havo treated tho French tongue as their common speech while every art manIi prose has turned towards France far aid and Inspiration How long the lead ershlp In arms and letters has lasted Is curiously Illustrated by the fact that tho earliest masterpiece In modern tongue Is tho splendid French epic which tolls of Rolands doom and the I J Charm In Expression An amiable expression while think ing Is like an agreeable Inflection of the voice while speaking An exag I geration In either case brings un natural and many times quite unpleas ant results From an article In the Circle Too Little Regard fr Others One of tho greatest mischiefs of the present day Is the spirit of geas you please which prevails Walter Ilisel t EI vengeance of Charlemagne when the lords of tho Prankish host were stricken at Roncesvallds Need of Individual Character Let those who have keep let those who have attain a high standard of cultivation and scholar ship Yet lot us rcmcinber that these stand second to certain other things Thero Is need of a sound body and even more need of a sound mind But abovo mind and above body stands character tho sum of those qualities which wo mean when wo speak of a mans forco nnd courage of his good faith and sense of honor I believe In exercise of tho body always provided that wo keep In mind that physical development Is a means and not an end 1 believe of course In giving to all the people a good education But tbo education must contain much be- sIdes book iearning In order to bo really good Wo IOUS ever remember that no keenness onr subtleness of Intellect no polish no cleverness In any way mako up for the lack of great solid qualities selfrestraint selfmas tery common sense tho power of ac cepting Individual responsibility and yet of acting In conjunction with others Courage and resolution hero are tho qualities which mark a mar terful people Without them no peo plo can control Itself or save Itself from being controlled from tho out side I speak to a brilliant assemblage I speak In a great university which represents tho flower of the highest Intellectual development I pay all homage to Intellect and to elaborate and specialized training of the Intel lect and yet I know I shall have the assent of all you present when I add that more Important still ore tho corn monplnce everyday qualities and vir tues The Evils of Sterility- In tho next place tho good man should be both a strong and a bravo man that Is ho should bo able to fight he should bo able to servo his country as a soldier If the need arises There are well tneaning philosophers who declaim against tbo unrighteous ress of war They are right only they lay all their emphasis upon the unrighteousness War Is a dreadful thing and unjust war Is a crime against humanity But It Is such a crime becauso It Is unjust not because It Is war The choice must ever bo In favor of righteousness and this whether tho alternative bo peace or whether tho alternative be war The question must not bo merely la there to bo peace or war The question must be Is Abe right to prevail Are the great laws of righteousness once more to bo fulfilled And tho answer from a strong and virile people must be Yes whatever Iho cost Every honorable effort should always bo made by the Individual In private life to keep out of a brawl to keep out of trouble but no Eclfrcspcctlng Indl vidual no selfrespecting nation can or ought to submit to wrong Finally even more Important than ability to work even more Important than ability to fight at need Is It to remember that tho chief of blessings for any nation Is that It shall leave its seed to Inherit the land It was the crown of blessings In Biblical times and It Is the crown of blessings now Tho greatest of all curses Is the curse of sterility and the severest of all condemnations should bo that visited upon wilful sterility Tho first es sentlal In any civilization Is that tho man and the woman shall bo father and mother of healthy children so that tho race thai Increase and not decrease If this la not BO If through no fault of society there Is failure to Increase It Is n great misfortune If the failure Is due to deliberate and wilful fault then tt Is not merely n misfortune It Is one of those crimed of case and selfindulgence of shrink ing from pain and effort and risk which In the long run nature punishes more heavily than any other Idle Achievements If we of the great republics If we the free people who claim to have emancipated ourselves from the thral dom of wrong and error bring down on our heads the curse that comes upon the wilfully barren then it will be an Idle waste of breath to prattle of our achievements to boast of all that wp have done No refinement of life no delicacy of taste no material progress no sordid heaping up of riches no sensuous development of art and literature can In any way com pensate for the loss of tho great fundamental virtues and of the great fundamental virtues the greatest Is the races power to perpetuate the raceBut If a mans efficiency Is not gul ded and regulated by a moral sense thijn the more efficient ho Is the worse bo Is the more dangerous to tho body politic Courage Intellect nil the masterful qualities servo but to make a man more evil If they lire used merely for that mans own advancement with brutal Indifference to tho rights of others It speaks 111 for tho cornS munity If tho community worships these qualities and treats their pos sessors as heroes regardless of wheth er tho qualities are used rightly or wrongly It makes no difference as to the precise way In which this sinis ter efficiency Is shown It makes no difference whether such n mans force Youth and Springtime Seeds are sprouting trees budding flowers peeping out from warm nooks Everything grows In springtime Youth Is springtime habits are sprout lag dispositions are putting out their leaves opinions are forming Beccher Would Have Commercial Value The amount of carbon exhaled from- a mans lungs each day If It could to solidified would equaltbat in a lump ot coal weighing I r and ability betray themselves fn the career of money maker or politician soldier or orator journalist or popu lar leader If the man works for evil then tho more successful ho is the moro ho should bS despised and con dcmncd by all upright and farsecln men To judge a man merely by suc cess is an abhorrent wrong and If tho people at largo habitually so judge men if they grow to condono wicked ness because tho wicked man trl umphs they show their Inability to understand that In tho last analysis free institutions rest upon tho character of citizenship and that by such admiration of evil they prove them selves unfit for liberty The Idez of True Liberty Tho good citizen will demand liberty for himself and ns a matter of pride be will see to It that others re ceive tho liberty which ho thus claims as his own Probably tho best test of true love of liberty In any country Is tho way in which minorities are treated In that country Not only should there bo complete liberty in matters of religion and opinion but complete liberty for each man to lead his lIfo as ho desires provided only that in so doing ho does not wrong his neighbor Persecution Is bad be causo It is persecution and without reference to which sIde happens at tho moment to bo tho persecutor and which tho persecuted Class hatred Is bad In just tho same way and without any regard to the Individual who at a given time substitutes loyalty to a class for loyalty to tho nation or sub stitutes hatred of I men because they happen to come in a certain social category for judgment awarded them according to their conduct Remem ber always that tho same measure of condemnation should be extended to tho arrogance which would look down upon or crush any man because ho Is poor and to the envy and hatred which would destroy a man because he is wealthy Tho overhearing bru tality of thu man of wealth or power and the envious and hateful malice dl rected against wealth or power are really at root merely different mani festations of the same quality merely tho two sides of tho same shield The man who It born to wealth and power exploits and ruins his less fortunate brethren is at heart the same as the greedy and violent dema goguo who excites thoso who have not property to plunder thoso who have Of one man In especial beyond anyone else the citizens of a republic should beware and that Is of tho man who appeals to them to support him on the ground that he Is hostile to other citizens of the republic that he will secure for those who elect him In ono shape or another profit at the expense of other citizens of the republic It makes no differ ence whether be appeals to class hatred or class Interest tho man who makes such an appeal should al ways bo presumed to make it for the sake of furthering his own Interest Tho very thing that an Intelligent and Bclfrospccting member of a democratic community should not do Is to reward any public man because that public man saya ho will get the private citizen something to which this private citizen Is not entitled or will gratify some emotion or animos ity which tuts private citizen ought not to possess If a public man tries to get your vote by saying that he will do some thing wrong in your interest you can be absolutely certain that If ever it becomes worth his whilu ho will do something wrong against your Inter est France and the United States And now my host a word In part lag You and I belong to the only two great republics nmong tho great powers of tbo world The ancient friendship between Franco and tho United States has been on tho whole a sincere and disinterested friendship A calamity to you would bo a sorrow to us But It would bo more than that In the seething turmoil of the history of humanity certain nations stand out ns possessing a peculiar power or charm somo special gift or beauty or wisdom of strength which puts them among tho Immortals which makes them rank forever with the leaders of mankind France Is one of the nations For her to sink would bo a loss to all the world There are certain lessons ot brilliance and of generous gallantry that she can teach better than any of her sister nations When the French peasantry sang of Malbrook It was to tell how the soul of this warriorfoe took flight upward through the laurels he had won Near ly seven centuries ago Frolssart wrl ting of n time of dire disaster said that tho realm of Franco was never so stricken that there were not left men who would valiantly fight for It You have had a great past I believe tbat you will have a great future Long may you carry yourselves proudly us citizens of a nation which bears a leading part In the teaching and up lifting of mankind Seemed So Outdoor life fs tho best thing In tho world for people she told him Thats what your father seemed to think tho last time I called on you be answered sadly Buffalo Express Barely Possible now do you like my biscuit hubby I got the recipe out of a paper Well my dear I found n button In one and a feather In another May be you sot the cooking recipe mixed with tho fashion hints The Usual Proceeding What Is a young man to dc when his attention has been arrested by a pretty girl Why carry his case to court of canyon I 4 TRADE REVIEWS Financial Unrest Reflects to Some Ex tent Upon the Industrial Conditions Now YorkR Q Dun 8 Cos week ly review says While buslnosS sentiment is distinctly optimistic wherever the process of extracting eight or nine bil lions of now products out of tho soil is carried on thero is confusion and uncertainty in the financial markets There the severo depression on bonds the pressing needs of London the continued largo exports of gold from New York and the heavy merchan Use imports into thb United States the overproduction in pig iron coke and copper leading to talk of curtailment of operations and some hesita tion caused by the remarkable polit ical developments both In England and tho United States produce con fusion of opinion as to the immediate future Yet there has been n notable abatement ot tho recent unrest of la bor with advances in wages by im portant corporations Tho crop prospects are on tho whole considered to bo excellent and no Improving Tho recent weather while causing some damage in places has by increased moisture been very beneficial elsewhere There has been some readjustment of prices to a more normal basis This causes con slderablo Irregularity in textile Industries yet on the whole tho dry goods trade while conservative is confi dent of a good year A better feeling prevails In tho wool trade In a number of impor taut centers tho business activity is reported to be up to full capacity while In others where conditions are less favorable improvement Is noted Tho shoe trado continues gradually to expand It becomes increasingly evident that a general curtailment of pig iron production may develop In the near future unless conditions Jj that market meet with some adjust ment Tho output of all grades Isf running steadily in excess of tho demand and stocks naturally accumu lated Buyers of cotton goods arc inclined to await developments in raw cotton before operating on convertible and other fabrics Retailers are buying conservatively but steadily Jobbers hold out of the primary markets because of the uncertainty In cotton goods price Manufacturers generally are In creasing short time The conserva lam In the primary dry goods mar kets is not reflected so strongly In distributing or retail channels FAILURES AND EXPORTS Bradstreets weekly review says Business failures in tho United States for the week ending with April 121 wero 193 against 207 last week In the like week of 1909 254 in 1908 1C7 in 1907 and 177 In 1906 Business failures in Canada for the week number 15 which compares with 27 last week and 36 In tho cor responding week of 1909 Wheat including flour exports from tho United States and Canada for tho week ending April 21 aggregate 1289272 bush against 1836266 bush last week and 1585778 bush this week last year For tho 42 weeks ending April 21 exports are 120172 198 bush against 149637983 bush in the corresponding period last year Coiji exports for the week are 402 041 bush against 941200 bush last week and 1080408 bush in 1909 For the 42 weeks ending April 21 corn exports are 24773717 bush against 27629160 bush last year TOBACCO MARKET Ilopklnsvllle yInterest last week on the tobacco market here cen tered in looso tobacco of which there were heavy offerings Tho weather conditions wero very favorable for handling tho weed and much of It came from the barns where it has hung since tho curing season Sales during the week amounted to about 325000 Ibs The offerings consisted of low to medium tobacco and prices ranged from 450 to 750 for lugs and 8 to 14 for leaf GRAIN MARKET Cincinnati April 23FlourWlnt- er patent 5a550 do fancy 470aS do family 420aR5 spring patent 55uOa580 do fancy 480a515 do family 440a455 Rye Northwest ern blended 430a440 Wheat No 2 109all2 No 2 red 95ca104 No 4 red 90a94c CornNo 2 white 65a C5 ic No3 white 64Ha6Gc No2 yel low 61a6H c No 2 mixed COaUe white car 67aR8c yellow ear 59a61c mixed ear G7a5Sc Oats No 2 white 45a40c No 3 white 44a44c No 2 mixed 43R44c Hay No 1 timothy 18al850 No1 clover mixed 1650a 17 No1 clover 1450al550 Malt Spring barley 76a78c Barley No 2 spring 70a74c No 3 spring 65a 7c nreNo 2 32a34c Bran and Mid- dlings Bran 2250a2350 ton mid dlings coarse 23a24 LIVE STOCK MARKET Cincinnati April 23CattleBhtp pers 665a765 extra 775aS butch or steers extra 710a7GO good to choice C40a7 heifers extra 710a 725 cows extra 5S5a625 canners 250a350 Bulls Bologna 52Ga625 extra 635 fat hulls 6a625 Calves Extra 8GOa875 fair to good 5COa 825 Hogs Good to choice packers and butchers 955a960 mixed packers 940a9C5 stags 6r0a766 com mon to heavy fat sows 750a865 pigs 110 Ibs and less 776a940 Sheep Extra 650 good to choice 6a640 Lambs Extra 850 good to choice 8 10a840 spring lambs 8alt 11885 Berea College 1909 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNTAINS Places the BEST EDUCATION in reach of niLI Over 60 instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library in Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject 30 many classes that each student can be placed with others like himself where he can make most rapid progress Which Department Will You Enter THE MODEL SCHOOLS for thoso least advanced Samo lectures library and general a vantages as for more advanced students Arithmetic and tho common branches taught In tho right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons in Farm and Household Management etc Freo text booksTRADE COURSES for any who have finished fifth grade fractions and compound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Learn and Edrn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for thoso who have largely finished common branches The most practical and interesting studies to sit a young person for an honorable and useful life CHOICE OF STUDIES is offered in this course so that a young man may securo a diploma in Agriculture and a young lady In Homo Science ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even R part of this course as fall and winter terms is very profitable Small extra teas ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin German Algebra History Science etc fitting for college COLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus and all modern methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables one to get a first class certificate Following years winter and spring terms 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towels For table board without coffee or extras 135 a week In tho fall and 150 in winter For room furnished fuel lights wash lug 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 when tire student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for taro of school build ings hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free sift Tho Incidental Fee for most students Is 500 a term G in courses with Latin and 700 la Collegiate cocrsca i jiPAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental feo and room rent by the term board by tho half term Installments are as follows FALL 14 weeks 2950ln ono payment 2900 Installment plan first day 2105 Including 100 deposit middle ot term 945 WINTER12 weeks 2900in ono payment 2850 Installment plan first day 2100 including 100 deposit middle of term 900- SPRING10 weeks 2250ln ono payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1675 including 100 deposit middle of term 676- 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 cadet a term receive back for money advanced as follows No allowance for rae tion of a week On board refund in full On room and Special Expenses there Is a largo loss occa r stoned by vacant rooms or depleted classes and the Institution will refund only onehalf of tho amount which tbo student has paid for tho remaining vceks of the term On Incidental Fee students excused before the middle of a term will re ceive a certificate for onehalf tho incidental fee paid which certificate will be received as cash by Berea College on payment of term bills by the eta dent In person or a brother or sister if presented within four terras The first day of 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 Information or friendly advice write to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLEBEREA r That Premium Knife takes the eyes of the men and boys who see it The mountain people like a good thing when they see it and to get n 70 cent knife with two bliulcs 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 I That Brings in subscriptions all the time If you have ndt got it you ought to have I II 1 I MAIN ST o ando- f 0 0 FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES o- k e f DR BESTj OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE L R N TIME TABLE North Bound Local Kiioxvllle 630 a m 1100 pin B12REA 129 p m 357 a m Cincinnati 610 p m 745 a m South Bound Local Cincinnati 640 a m 825 p m BEREA 1159 a m 1229 p m I Knoxvllle 700 p m 550 a m Express Trains to let ort and take on passen Igersfrom beyond Cincinnati or fron Atlanta and beyond South Bound Cincinnati 815 a m BEREA 1144 a m North BoundI pEREA 456 p m Cincinnati 835 p m J These two trains will now carry thru sleepers trom Jacksonville U Chicago transferring over the P R R at Clnclnratl so that Berea pas fengers for Chicago may go thru without changing Miss Bush Is being visited by her I ttI sister from Battle Creek Mich Ii A banquet which was greatly enjoy ed was given Tuesday night at Boone Tavern In honor ot the members of the choir of the Union Church Mrs Elmer Purdy of Amboy Ill an old friend of Mrs McLaren and Mrs Dodge Is vlsltling Mr and Mrs McLaren She spent Sunday with them on Indian Fort Mountain Dr A E Thomson preached his farewell sermon as pastor of the Union I Church on Sunday While it is like ly that ho will continue the pulpit yet beon reached as to tho filling of I his place A party of teachers including Mines Bowersox Murray Hatcher BoatrIght Dluklemon Parker Orr and Raymond made a flying trip to Anglin Fall Saturday under the guld j ance of Mr Wlllard Bozarth and two f mules s PLANTS of Tomatoes and cabbage for sale ot the College Garden or phone J W Mullett Prof Dodge is taking a ten daysi trip on horse back through Rockcast Ie and Jackson Counties In tho in terest of the G A R He hopes to meet as nearly as possible all the soldiers who are members of Capt James West Post whose headquart Mr J W VanWlnWe of Mt Vor non visited with relatives in town last week Miss Ltllle ChrIsman spent from Saturday until Monday with her parents at Combs Mr Scott McGuire was In town last week for the funeral of Mr S E Welch Mrs Laura Jones and Mrs Bottle Mason were In Richmond Monday 1 Prettiest Fabrics a f I I B i Made of service giving the W B is a perfect of popular priced corset making It is modeled on giving linesfollowing the natural lines of the perfect figure and forms an ideal I for the new PRICES OQW JC Muslin atall prices f I s I II v COYLESYou 1 oeoeoeooeo8oeooeoeov4oeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeooeoeoeoeu I Berea Vicinity 9 e GATHERED oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeceoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe DENTISTCITY AtStop terImlnate Bereai NUFORM Tavern Barber Shop ENTIRELY NEW I CLEAN AND- UPTOTHEMINUTE Bath Rooms in Connection Down StairsBoone Tavern S R SEALE Mrs Osbornos parents Mr and Mrs Maltby have been visiting this wool at the home of Mr and Sirs T J young ladles ot the Senloi class with Misses Bowersox and Welch went to Lees Knob last Fir day evening and had their supper Tho on their way home they wen caught in a shower It did not detract any from their good time Miss Bessie DeBord and little sis ter are enjoying a visit this weel from their mother of Walnut Grove Pulaski County- I have 20 sets of tomb stones that I wish to sell by day This will be my last work as I shaU en ter a Bible School at slty was a Berea visitor on Saturday and took occasion to express his keen regret that the track meet had been made Impossible by the weather He was greatly Impressed with Berea and said he would rather teach here than any other school he had visited in the Mr Henry II Burdetto and Miss Elizabeth Galloway wore qultely mar ried Sunday at the home of Dr A E Thomson They are planning o live In Klrksvlllc and have the good withes of a host ot friends In their new life- Prof and Mrs J P Faulkner weru called suddenly to on Monday by tho Illness of her mother Mrs Johnson who was stricken with apoplexy She had been In jwrfecUy good health and her stroke came as a shock to all her friends Mrs C F Hancon and Mrs Lou Hanson are packing to move to Lon don whore Fay Hanson has a position They expect to leave town by thu end of next week The Y W C A meeting Sunday night was on home mission Ethel Mo Broom led and several girls told ot different phases of the work Mr and Mrs J M Racer and Miss Lotta Osborno are planing to comedown from Cleveland for the Com mencement reunion They would be glad to hear from any other old students who would like to join their partyHenry O Ingram writes from Mur physboro Ill where ho Is superintendent of the Sunday School Union work splendid suc cess Eight churches have grown out ot Sunday schools started by him and so far as he can tell there have been 184 Mrs W C Johnston a under the Presbyterian Board from the Kamerum Mission where the Dagers worked for years and where Mr Dager now Is Is visiting Mrs Dager The Latest and Cheapest Line of Insertions Embroideries Laces and Flouncing Also Pongees and Dress at i 1 Ar W materials Corset example grace foundation gowns START AT Underwear Prop OsborneThe Decoration LexingtonS stateI Barbourvllle American reporting conversions missionary MRS EARLY BEREA STANDARDIZED For All Live StockEASY AND SAFE TO USE IIlUNGWORM rokuun PORTER DRUG CO r8 IMCOirO RATED ASK rose rant BOOKLETS ee +re ewo I John Henry Is taking the census In the Bear Wallow district The Rev Will Holder of Lexington Divinity School preached Sunday at the Disciples Church I Mr II II Fellmy writes to friend here from Helena Mont Prof Bathe on Monday morning spoke to the General Chapel on What Brains are For Ills address I being one of the most enjoyable and Instructive of the ycari Dr and Mrs Charles W Gould have moved to St Louis where the doc tor will begin practice The Rev M K Pasco has recovered enough to bo able to leave the hospital at Roches ter Mlnn and Is with the Goulds Coach Sweetland ot State Unlver Miss Carrie P Allen and little ne phow Master Paul Trapler Allen of Bluff Cly Penn are vlslJns relatives and frlonds in town this week The Spring recital of the Music Department will bo held In the Chapel next Tuesday May 3 at 730 p m There will be vocal piano and organ selections rendered All are cordially invitedMr Jesse Murrell has been appoint ed Sunday school missionary by the Presbyterian Board for tile summer and will work In Fayette and Nicho lias Counties John J Barton of Sublette Is visiting her sister Mrs I L McLaren POLICE COURT NEWS At the session of the Berea Police Court lat Saturday before Judge Holllday the following fines were as MAIN STREET 11 KY Bossed IFarlee Henry J50 and cost for an a deadly weapon on JohnI Collins S20 REWARD IStraoo or stolen on Wednesday night April 13 1J 10 from my place West Union one roan mare thirteen or fourteen years old branded on left shoulder with the letter Q Maro lis about 14 12 hands high and in vory good shape Also ayearling sorrel horse colt with white streak In I forehead and two white feet Anyone returning horses to mo will receive twenty dollars reward Mrs L C Duncan Borea Ky LAW AND ORDER LEAGUE Tho annual meeting for tho election of officers of the Law and Order League will be held in tho Baptist Church on Saturday night at 730 All citizens who are interested in good order and good government are urgently requested to attend There will be an address by ExMayor Clar I once E Woods ot Richmond the most eloquent man In Madison County- music by the Glee Club a trombone solo lIy Jack Warrlngton and other attractions In addition to reports on tho work of tho year and routine builiiessBerea needs a first class reputation In Its business It is up to the citi I zens to see that that reputation is maintained The Law and Order League Is representing the citizens In doing that work Come and help rTHE v l 7 PRES FROST TO STUDENTS 41 Buckingham Place BrightonApril 1910 Professor John W Dlnsmoro My dear Professor Dlnsmoro I am not supposed to think abou Berea but I cannot help thinking about you and the great Normal Department and shall dictate this let tor to them In your care I have foyer had chance enough to visit with you Normal students but I must wrUo you this later to impar a few of the thoughts which are 00 constant In my mind I am anxlou above all things that you should hay broad Ideas about your coming work as teachers Just now most ot yoi are bending every energy to the task ot preparing for teachers examinations This Is a splendid thing to do It taxes all your powers ot at i tcctlon and memory and you wll rightly think more of yourselves eve after when you have pawl a good teachers examination At tho same time you very welI know that tho examination Is not I everything A person may pass a good examination and still teach a poor school and be a poor stick him selfFirst ot all I would like to hav each ono of you give himself a 1IU1 I lecture on what Is necessary in a goo teacher besides the jKMsesslon of aI certificate A good teacher must be ablo to convince parents and puplli I that going to school la wowrUi while Nothing can excuse the teacher whc Tails to set out a good attendance in ilia ilia riot Tho Stato makes a great mistake In paying for pupils whc never go to school It Is your duty to sct Into your dlatrlo and call on ever louso long before school begins EC hat they will plan and be on hand Ille first day And you must have four plans all laid beforehand for keep ng up the interest so that no pupil will think ot staying out of school a single day You will tako with you a compass nnd make a sundial which ivlll be the talk of the district You will have a prism and dollght the pu 111110 with rainbow colors You will a magnifying glass and show them the leg of a fly or tho wing ot- a butterfly and concentrate the ays of the sun and sot paper afire You will draw pictures on the blackboard and teach them to draw pic I lures You will have games for re- cessi time and stories for noontime i You will know how to smoth away the difficulties In advance when you ro giving out hard lessons and you I vlll have busy work for the littlest hlldren so that they shall never sit Idle in the school room Perhaps you vlll be smart enough to got some I or the older scholars to help O- Uocre for the younger ones not foray but for love and experience And ou will be skillful enough to draw out the older people to Sunday school and to some exhibition which you rill have towards the end of the term In this way you will become the host friend to everybody In the strict and whether you ever teach here again or not they will rctncm her you and bless your memory as tag as they live And then there Is the matter ot our own education outAlde of the tudleu which the Stato requires In Its examinations The subjects which HIe State requires are all very good and Important but It you have studied to any good purpose you have already Iscovored that there aro other things which you must know about You mainly must get hold of the history ot England And you certainly ought to study what we call physics which ShOW8 the principles ot machinery and electricity and musical instru fonts and half the gnat inventions ot the world I wish each one of you RHODUS HAYES The Store t IM GO T- OwiTatums FOR Fresh Groceries I buy all kinds of Produce 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 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 DEREA KY Over Dank I l would Just visit the class of physics I once or twice this spring You are pursuing a really bard course studying In the winter and I teachIng In the summer You must Irani each one of you how to tako onto ot yourselves In such simple rustlers as foot clothing breathing and exercises will do mo good to think of you at work In your scattered school this summer My prayers will t be with you and my good vrlshoa and my great expectations Faithfully your friend Wm Goodoll Frost GRATHWEHL TAKES THIRD i At the annual contest for oratorl I al supremacy between Kentucky col egos on the subject of Prohibition held last week Samuel Grothwehl eprosenting Borea took third place Two of the judges united to mark him first on composition and thought but thru an error in judgment his lollvory foil to third place m that ilit total number of paints yens one below that of the Transylvania man who took second place INEW CITY IThe City Council at the adjourn cli mooting told Friday night elected Albert Powell as City Marshall in dace of Mr Short resigned Mr rank Coylo was elected Clerk and Ir Thomas Adams Treasurer A report was received showing that tor tile first quarter of the year 37 vases had been docketed In Uio Policet Court which had boon dlspoed ot by wenty convictions three euspcn Ions ten dlwnlsmls or acquittal hreo oases with procam returned nnd Iwo awaiting trial A toad of 137CO I hI fiats was owowod FOR SALE A six room house with lot on Rail cad Street In Berea Also a 28 pas ongor Morrygoround in perfect order Has boon run only a part ot two sasons has a good 2 12 homo power osollno engine and good organ which lays tea different tuna has taken n as high as J200 a day Can ho hauled over any road In two loads with a two horio wagon My reason ror selling Is that I want to buy a larger one Would trade for a good tam of horses or mules II IG Richardson Boron Ky 0n AN ILL FITTING SHOE will hurt your pocketbook as well as your feet for a poor fit means another pair before they should be needed It is true economy to insist upon getting a shoe that fits you Let us show you the American Lady and American Gentleman Low Shoes And you are sure to find a perfect fit The enormous de mand for these popular shoes has been built upon its three conspicuous qualitiesfit style and wear Back of every pair is the reputation of the largest manufacturers of shoes in the world Come in and see the new spring styles andtlet us fit you in a shoe that is suited to you We carry a large line of high and low shoes for men women and children in many styles sizes shapes and leatherst CQuality Guaranteed lit OFFICIALS BEREA KY t Have You Tried It thedrugtroubteshavei themoutEven I now it may be nearly too late But try it any helpedIntried in vain Why should it not do the same for you I Take CARDUI 1J + s The Womans Tonic gravetodaywrites Mrs Laura Lawrence of Drennon Springs Ky hadtakenof your medicine and got a 1 bottle When she had recommendCardulYour druggist sells Cardul with full instructions for on the bottle useI Write to Ladies Advisory DepL Chatianoct Mtdldne Co Chattanooga Tenn for Spttlat liutmctlont and 64page book Home Treatment for Women tent IreeI j 0WASHINGTON PageITivolr opponents have had various nama First they wore called Iladl cats bccauso they wanted violent or radical clinugcs Then when thu tariff fight canto up the lino of pro tectloti of business or protection of the ooplo was sharply drawn and thro were a tow llopubllcana who refused to vote for tho tariff They defied tho lenders and bolted from the machine They wore still Ropub llcnns but not part of Uio organlza LionIn fact they had revolted or started an Insurrection against tho authority of the party leaders And so they got their niiino of Insurgtnva And as other men forced by pa pular opinion at homo have broken I awayi from tho old bawot they havo taken tho same name and tho Inc tion opposed to tho old leaders Is tho Insurgent faction Dut they nro all Republicans Tho fight has been a long one Tilt Stand puttors wanted Fairbanks for 1rosldcnt tho Insurgents nomin ated Tail but allowed Sherman as a conclusion to the others The Insurgents have been fighting Cannon and beaten him and In the Senao whllo we have not heard so much about 1C thou LaO boon crippling tho power of tho old mono But their great work las been at homo and thoy have been winning tho voters because tho pooplo have soon clear ly that this Is tho tlmo for a change And now tho old men aro beaten nnd they know and admit It AldrIch will not rourn to the Son ate ha has announced Ho knows that tho men who once did hla bidding will rof uso to do BO and ho would be without power Hale will not fight for roclootlon ho has learned that tho people of his stato are against him And so ollho old men aro quitting And tho power will pass over Into the hands of Uio IiiRurgMnts and they will bo thq controlling wing of tho Republican party And In their triumph tho Grand Old Party proves onco moro her ability to rise to moot now conditions and to make luir success moon progress and wealth for tho American people Another little bump for tho Stand patters cnma tills week In Uio special election In Now York state Tho dis trot In which an election was hold hind given a Republican majority of over 1GOOO In 1908 This time It went a Democratic by over 0000 Tho Issues wore tho tariff Insurgent principles nnd the character of Uio Republican nominee who was one of tho worst machine lenders This makes tho third event of this kmd It Is not taken by any Repub lican arf proving that tho Democrats will wInbut It certainly proves the dissatisfaction of the people with tho now tariff and with Uio Cannon Aldrich crowd Republicans all bo Novo that If the party Indorses the Insurgents there will be very little difficulty In carrying tho next House Hut Standpatters will have a hard time tho country over Ono politi dan hero said ho only know oC ono district which was suro to eloot a Republican this fall and that was tho Old Eleventh In Kentucky the banner Republican district of tho countryHut old guard dies hard Tho men who know they are boats i are null fighting to the last to save tho things they bellcvo In And BO they are still opposing qullely but effectively tho reforms which tho President and tho peoplo want Th Insurgents havo amused Thom solves this week by a litho tun with Cannon Thoy have hatched up a scheme to take away his power to appoint tho members of commtttoea That would bo tho last straw But tho Democrats will not help any more They havo got the idea that they ntro going to havo control of tho next Congress and they want the advantages given by tho very rules they have been denouncing co ong U Is only the Insurgents wing of the Republican party that really wante reform you see Mr Taft has reached another agreement with tho leaders In Congress K will bo remembered that some Umo ago ho reached such an agreement and announced that five measures were CERTAINLY going to bo put thru on condition of his not asking for any inora Tlieyi worotho Railroad bill Injunction bill Statehood for Arlzonla and New Mexico Postal Honk bill nnd Conservation bill It will also bo recalled that your cor respondent then remarked that tho luidnrs were trying to wear Mr Taft i down and pass just as few bills as corresllOnIdart was doubtful whether tho pro gramme would go tliru even after tho solemn promises of tho leaders Well none of those bills aro thru yet So thbro has been another confer once another programme and soma moro promises This tlmo tho pro i gramme Is not announced BO defini tely but it is hoped that most of tho bills will go thru Also an agree ment was reached by which some of tiiom could bo loft out If necessary Probably the railroad bill and tho i conservation bill would bo loft It IsI said That leaves tho Postal bank tie Injunction bill and tho State hood bill Tho Postal bank bill was once regarded as good and dead and can hardly bo revived Tho anUIn Junction bill affects only the labor un lions and the statehood bill only two tbrrltcrlti So M a result of all tho i dickering it looks now as If Mr Taft I would have to bo content without a single measure In tho Interests of the wholo country All of which has not happened yot but it makes it look like tho C A crowd wore pretty omart manipulators It has boon learned that Qov Hughes lof Now York refused an appointment on the Supremo Court because the pay Is too small A bill is now bo fore Congress to raise tho pay of Fo doral judges but there Is strong op positIon It has been found Uiat man 7 judges aro in debt and few leave en ough to support their families I There have bean charges and counter- charges in tUo BalUngor fuzz this week Ask your Merchant for Cream of Wheat Flour Mide from selected wheat carefully milled on latest the uptodate 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 IAndrew Isaacs Prop BEREA ROLLER MILLS Bores Kentucky i Cleaning and Pressing Ladies Skirts Gents Overcoats and Fall Suits Cleaned Pressed i and Repaired W C CARPENTER Back of Fish Bldg Berea Ky Qlavlss lawyer charges that AMor noy General Wlckerslmm wrote his opinion on tho case long after tho date when It was supposed to have boon written and that ho did It almply to bolster up Balllngor On the oth on htnd Balllngcrs lawyer claims that Plnchot is engaged in a conspiracy to ruin Balllngcr ono way or another But the real joko Is Hearst Two weeks ago ho wanted to join the Democratic party again and be a good boy Now ho has como out in a violent denunciation of Rooaevelt and a hearty endorsement of Taft If any one knows what he Is driving at it Is not yours truly But it should bo remombered that ho was a I party to the attempt to discredit Roosevelt Just previous to ho lost Republican National Convention Ho doesnt love tho Republican party any too well I NEWS OF THE WEEK lContinued from First Pact of New York has accepted Pres Tatts offer of appointment to tho upremo Court and It is understood that ho will become Chief Justice on tho re tirement of Justice Fuller who Is on tho point of being forced by old ago to leave tho iwst ho has honored for BO many years Gov Hughes at first refused tho place on the ground that tho salary was too small but yielded at last to Mr Tafls urging The appointment seems to have the approval of tho wholo country except William Jennings Bryan of whom some of us have heard FIRE RUINS ClTYTha city of St Charles La was destroyed by tire on Saturday entailing a loss of over 3000000 and leaving some 3000 people homeless Hardly a building of any kind Is left of the onco prosperous city MAY BE 187 DROWNED The sealing steamer Aurora with a crew I of 187 men Is reported lost off St Johns N F- Hans Breltmann Says Men should do all dey tan early In life It is petter to hat more time for regrets Cleveland News Taking Hit Pleasures Sadly Newlngtonlicensing that a licensee supplemented his in come by working for pleasure lie acts as a coachman for an undertaker counsel informed the justices RELIGIOUS CENSUS Continued from Pint raKe M Episcopal 3112443- Reg flap S 2054301 Reg Bap Col 1864877- M Episcopal S 1749899 Presbyterian N 1278259 Disciples of Christ 1274725 Reg flap N 1187356 Protestant Epls 884553 Afrl M E 858323 Congregatlonallst 721553 Luth Synol ConC 672019 Afrf M E ZIon 683106 Lath Gon Council 447118 Latter Day Saints 350000 Reformed Germans 289328 Luthorlan Gen Synod 280978 United Brethren 279864 Presbyterian S 269733 General Evangl Syd 328805 Col Meth E 221700 Maiiodtst Prot 190708 Und Norn Luth 156936 Spiritualists 150000 Grk Ortdx Cath 130000 United Presbyterian 129561 Prim Baptist 126000 Reformed Dutch 117139 Luthn Syd of 0 110877 Evangl Asso 105733 Luthn Syd of la 100500 Duukard Brethren conser 100000 There arc many smaller denominations and some are reported which wo never heard of before For ex ample the Old TwoSoedlnthoSplrlt PredostlnnrJans have 473 churches an 12851 communicants tho Plymouth Brethren have 304 churches and 6661 communicants tho Life and Advent Union has 28 churches and 3800 communicants United Zions Children tho Yorkers tho Chrlstadol phlans this Altruists the Church Tri umpant Friends of tho Tomplo tho Schwcnk Foldlons tho Social Broth ren and otter odd titles aro reported with numerous divisions of the bolter known denominations Th largest Increase reported is by tho Roman Catholic Church tho total gain for the last six years being 6 475207 and tho average per year 912 718 Counting the Hawaiian Islands Pu erto Rico and the Philippines there nro 22587079 Catholics under tho American flag as against 35570873 In Ausro Hungary 32363810 in France 31539863 in Italy 20327913 in Germany and 12053418 In the British Empire The returns show that tho Chris dan Scientists have increased more rapidly In proportion than any other denomination the gain in sixteen years being 882 por cent The growth of Independent churches has also been phenomenal These Include those ofI roIsulnrpor cent since the census of 1890 and the Latter Day Saints or Mor moan show an increase of 38 per coat Tho combined membership of all the Protestant bodies has Increased 6280000 since tho last census was taken or 448 per cent while tho membership of tho Roman Catholic Church has increased 935 per cent The Methodists have Increased 176 per cent the Baptslts 172 pot cent and tho Luthorlans 716 per cent the Presbyterians 433 per cent tho Congrcgatloullsts 366 per cent Epis copalians 453 per cent tho Latter Day Saints 545 per cent Tho director of the census qualifies these figures by explaining that it should bo borne constantly in mind that the Jewish congregation in clude as members only the heads of families tile Roman Catholic church Includes all members baptized into tho church and it requires all chll iron to bo baptized as soon as possible Tho Protestant bodies as a rule report as members only those who after reaching a fair ago express their desire to join the church- A moro accurate way of judging Is by tho number of church edifices reported In which tho Methodists lead with 59990 and are followed by tho Baptist bodies with 50092 the Presbyterian bodies with 15311 the Roman Catholic Church with 11881 and tile Lutherian bodies with 11194 The per cent dlstrlbuUon of church edifices show that the Methodist bodies and Baptist bodies together own 571 per cent or considerably more than onehalf of the houses of worship in the United States Not to them In order como tho Presby terian bodies with 79 per cent tho Roman Catholic church with 62 percent the Luterion bodies with 58 per cent the Disciples or Christians with 47 per cent the Protestant Episcopal church with 36 per cent and the Congregatlonallsts with 3 per cent ANNUAL EXCURSION The ANNUAL EXCURSION tor Be rca students will be made this year on Friday May 13 and will include Frankfort and Louisville Special arrangements havo been made with the L N It R which will a special train and a special turni811I so Uiat a round trip ticket 275 only Tho train will leave here- In the early morning about 530 and proceed to Frankfort where a stop will bo made to allow tho crowd to shake hands with the Governor who has promised to be on hand and to- go thru tho penitentiary and other state Institutions The journey then be resumed and the party wlt1I ceed to Louisville There a of pleasant things will be done There will be a trip on a river boat which will go thru the canal a miniature of tho one at Panama There will be a visit to tho great establishment of the Bclknaps and a trip around city on trolly cars There will thoI bo an organ recital in one of great churches and If there la Umo a visit to the famous Cave Hill Come tery Tho return trip will begin sp that the party can roach Borea before midnight The 275 covers ALL EXPENSES for this trip Including lunch and supper Owing to previous abuse of the privileges of tho ex cursion only students their parents or members of the faculty families can take part In this one All appli cations for tickets should be made at once to Will C Gamble WHEN A MAN IS A FAILURE When ho has no confidence in him self nor in his follow men When he values success morn than character and Bclfreepect When ho docs not try to make his work a little bottler each day When he knows that he Is in tho wrong but is afraid to admit It When ho becomes so absorbed In his work that he cannot see that life workdho lets a day go by without making some one happier and more comfortable When he trios to rule others by bullying Instead of example When he valuoJ wealth above health Eolfrespcct and the good opinion of othersWhen ho is so burdened by his business that ho finds no time for rest and recreation When ho loves his own plans and interests more than humanity When his friends like him for what ho has moro than for what ho Is When he envies others because they have moro ability talent or wealth than he has Eighth Wonder of the World Thorn are said to bo seven great wonders In the world and It Is every womans opinion that If an eighth were added It would be a mans conscience Atchison Kan Globe Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward Cor allY case or Catarrh that cannot be ClUed by Half Catarrh Cure J F CHUNKY S CO Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known F Chen perfectlylonornblefinancially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm WALDING KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O aelhlKdlccrUythe system Testimonials sent free Trice 73 druggistsTake The Call of The Schools NUMBER TWOa By Prof J W Dinsmore When a community has decided to havo a school the first great quos tlon very properly is who shall be the teacher In the olden days it was not unusual to select a cripple or a widow who was left without means of support in short some one who was in danger of becoming a dependent upon public charity while this idea does not obtain at the pro sent day It is not yet wholly dead There are some in these days who think that almost any one canteach children and occasionally the pee plo are entrusted with the employment of a teacher The most enlightened communities are exceedingly choice in their selec tion of teachers and pay salaries fairly commensurate with the duties re quired This Is true of nearly all of our largo cities One of tho largest has at the head of Its great system of schools a woman who in point of enllghtment on tho subject of education probablyhas no superior In this country It is doubtful also It any woman in the land receives a larger salary than she Tho clUes believer that only the best are good enough and they must beat progress lye spirit and constantly improving If one wore to offer a criticism up on tho patrons of our country schools It would likely be that they are too easily saUsfled In their selection of teachers There aro various reasons for this One Is that the supply of really capable teachers In any parti cular county Is not sufficient and the trustees are obliged to chooso from thoso who otter themselves as candidates And one reason the sup ply Is lacking is because of the short terms and poor pay However most trustees are conscl entious in their efforts to select teachers who will be worthy of their high calling and the object of this article is to suggest qualifications that candidate should have la Tho first thing to look for in man woman is character A character that is not only free from vice but one that is strong and selfreliant one that will attract and hold the esteem of the young people of the school There are a lot of nerveless spineless people who have no vices but neither have they any virtues except negative ones Such people can L Timely on for the Conducted r Skill vs Brute Force on the Farm The great agricultural Industrial and commercial expansion of our tlmo has forced ovary close of Anion can business men to economize labor and American tanner Is just beginning to see that ho too must join the procession and learn how to use more modern tools and It ho is to keep down the cost of production Tho scarcity and high price of labor line been tho cause for this development of labor saving machinery This saving ot human power on the modern farm Is not only a great economic gain but it has made skill take the place of brute force I With only fairly modern machinery I one man can do what five once did and with somo of tile very latest one man can do what ten once did But nbout1largosmall hilly farms After months otI travel In tho mountains I have con cluded that one half of our hard la bor could be saved byi bettor tools and tho skill to use them Tho skill Is not lacking only the i tools are needed That little mule and tho bun toung plow must boI replaced by two strong heavy and a turning plow that will furrow six or seven Inches deep InI HARD PROBLEMS By Prof E C Seale Solution to Problem No 20 We are printing this week a correct solution to Problem No 20 The sol ution printed 2 weeks ago was Incorrect because it failed to include the 10 In the 3rd factor But as ALL solutions received failed to tako this Into consideration wo de cided they must be right Since there have been como complaints however wo now print the full solution which no one else has offered E C Scale Divide 000 among three men in such a manner that share ot the second may be 10 moro than U greater than the first and the 3rd share may be 10 more than j greater than tho second Let four fourths or unity represent tho share of the first Then four fourths plus two fourths plus 10 or six fourths plus 10 represent the share oft tho second And six fourths plus 10 plus three I I not lead energetic boys and girls into any paths that conflict with their Inclinations They are more likely to drive them away from the good and make the evil seem attractive Ono strong brave selfreliant teacher of positive virtues is worth a hundred 4 of the spineless kind with no vices The second thing to look for Is scholarlness It is not enough ono should have a county certificate and be familiar with the common tNtialIs needed A teacher should be a lover of learning devoted to study and familiar with the great and writers He should havo iasm for knowledge so that thlnkorsiwill appear ottracUve to Ho must ba able to Inspire by showing them the and beauty of the knowledge they are pursuing A trustee can ascertain It a candidate has this love oil learning and F t HeIpies as will bring to light any Inform matron or enthusiasm the candidate may possess If he cannot develop It In this way it IB not there or If I la the pupils could not get it Itiono seeking a position will put lself in file best light possible and If r IlIqballtles every teacher should have a happy cheerful disposition good manners Ho should be ILIIdIIn dress and cleanly in person should be bright and alert and and agreeable in conversation able to tell what ho knows He should be fond of children and liked by them In returniupon a candidate If It could be gotten nCterIsomo acquaintance would be exceedIirgly valuable In scholarship and preparation they might not be very wise but in nearly all other qualiflca Uons their judement would be almost InfaUlble The selection of a teacher is worthy t of a groat deal of careful thought INTENSIVE Articles Mountain FarmingScience Fathers By F O CLARK the machinery mulooI mentioned the thata FARMING many cases that double shovel must be replaced by a fine tooth cultivator and the onehorse cultivator by tho twohorse I It a mans time Is worth ono dol lar a day and a mules fifty cents Why do we spend one dollar to work a fifty cent mule when that dollar can just as well work two or three mules Tho value of a farm hand should depend on his ability to care for regulate and control the dom ecUc animals and the machinery ot tho farm rather than his brute forcetPlowing has become an art modern plow requires judgment and skill for successful operation When t rkindknowledge far greorer than that need ed for scratching around with the old bull toung Labor is getting scarce and coaly and farmers it is up to us to use more modern and hotter tools thus making skill take the place of brute force This change must como and we should welcome it for It will make farming more pleasant and profit able 9 There Is more in the man than thoro is In the tool There IfJ moro in the man and tho tool than there is in tho land X fourths plus 5 plus 10 represent the share ot the third Then four fourths or share of the first plus alx fourths of first plus 10 plus nine fourths or first plus 25 equals 500 Hence by addition nlnaoon fourths of the tint share plus 35 equals 500tOr equals 405 Ono fourth of first shire equals ono nineteenth of UG5 equals 24 919 Four fourths of first share equals 4x24 919 equals 97 1719 The share of the second equals Cx2i 919 plus 10 equals 156 1C19 The share ot the thirds equals Ux24 919 plus 25 equals 245 519 Proof total 50000 Heavy Traffic LOlliIOwing to the lines and motor buses traffic of the Great Eastern of London has fallen oft at tho year our rate of 25000000 railwayI I The Citizen a family newspaper for all that U right true and Interesting Published every Tbura1a y at Beret Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO incorporated BtanUy Frost Editor and Manacer tSubscription Ratos FAYABUt IN ADVANCB 3Oa Year l11 I Months 60 Three Months JI t Send money PoUofficc or Uipret Monty Order Draft Registered Letter or one and two I tot stamps- The date after your name on label shows to- what date your aubsaiptIon Is paid If It II not changed within three weeks after renewal a otlfy us- atlulnR numbers will be gladly supplied If ware fcctififd FlM tremlnms cheap with new snbjcrlptlpni and prompt renewals Send for Ijbcrsl trans given to any who obtain new for us Any one sending us four freetortAdvertising rates on FN III a OP INPRESS ASSOCIATION f It would be a mean move againstt the vegetarians If the Chicago packers were to corner the string beans and mushrooms Chicago claims a seven yearold child who Is nn expert In biology We hope Boston will quit boasting about her 11 year old prodigy t One man got pricked with a sword point In a French duet When will French duelists play safe and use only violin bows and opera hats What n relief It will be to certain manufacturers when they havo con S vinced tho world that oleomargarine Is superior to the cows best Being tho divorced wife of a New York millionaire Is a much more lucrative position than some others In which the duties ore more exacting A Chicago firm bought 00000 worth of postage stamps all at onco and did not get a cent off for cash Uncle Sam takes caro of the small con Burner General Gordon did not stay very long in the United States senate but he had a bully time while ho was there and ethers enjoyed it just as much as ho did n i Countless hordes In China are likely I to become hysterical at the approach of the comet The stnrry visitor t should allay their fears byassuming the form of a plato of chop suet C Some of the fashionable women oft London are reported to havo quit smoking cigarettes and taken to pipes We tear this will Increase tho de t man among Englishmen for Amer- Ican wives a That child of three years who sat on tho Supreme court bench did not j render any decisions Her wisdom t might have been all right but she did not know enough big words to meet tho requirements A poets union Is talked of How ever union rates In poetry would not disturb the business world nor would a poetry strike shake financial cen ters to their base In fact the cruel I suggestion Is hinted that tho cessation 1ofsuch industry might bo hailed as a relief tAt Gotham judge has decided that the pillow where a woman puts her f inoney and jewels for safekeeping Is legally as much of a safedeposit vault an any In the land There are some long establlshed feminine customs t with which even tho law dare not in I terfere t An important tip to the people la given by tho biologist who points out that tho ornithological nuisance generally known as the English sparrow frequently masquerades In the restau rants as the reed bird Even a diet of I near rced bird might help along tho I t strike against the beet barons Paris may suffer but It cannot bo permanently discouraged The eve of Lent found the gay French capital overwhelmed by floods and tho usual Mardi Gras festivities were cut out But toot was several weeks ago and meanwhile the waters of the Seine have subsided and Paris Is itself again So tho city has plunged Into the observances of MICaremo or mid Lent with more than the usual zest Evidently the Paris Idea Is that It is better to meet misfortune with a merry heart than with a desponding spirit London with 40000 children In tbo somethingYLouse of lords for Its present troubles r The organization Is reported In Now York of a combination of bakers to reduce tho price of bread This a recalls the stock formula In the heyday t of trust organization ten years ago Perhaps this promise may be kept better than those of the 1000 vintage but time majority of the pub lie will remain in a Missouri frame of mind At last a husband sues for divorce on the plea that his wlfo has a mania for moving from one place to another Variety Is tho spice of life but this deponent nayeth that the prlco of spice Is like the other neccivltlcs of living very high just now sb AMERICAN NATIONS IN A PEACE RALLY New Building for the Bureau of Republics Dedicated PALACE GIVEN BY CARNEGIE Formal Opening Is a Brilliant Affair and Is Followed by a Great Reception In the Evening Washington The beautiful marble palace erected as a homo for the In ternational Bureau of tho American Republics was dedicated Tuesday with elaborate ceremony In which the rep resentatives of tho nations of the west ern hemisphere as joint proprietors of the building took the chief part Tho erection of the building was mado possible by Andrew Carnegie who gave 760000 of tho million which It and Its site have cost and the Ironmaster was one of the chief guests and speakers at the dedi cation ceremony President Taft delivered a fine address and speeches were mado by Senor de la Barra tho Mexican ambassador Secretary of State Knox and John Barrett director of the bureau who was InI chargo of the ceremonies Prayers were delivered by Cardinal Gibbons and by a clergyman of the Protestant faith Or course all the members of the diplomatic corps who were in the city were present and these brilliantly uniformed gentlemen together with scores of ladles in their beautiful spring costumes made the scene most picturesqueBrilliant Evening ReceptionI Nearly everybody in Washington wanted to attend the dedication cere monies but the hall of ambassadors seats only 800 people So Mr Barnett arranged for a reception In the evening in honor of President and Mrs Taft and Mr and Mrs Carnegie In vitations wero sent to members of the diplomatic corps and to official and resident society and the reception proved to be one of tho most brilliant affairs of tho season The Marine band was there playing a repertoire of Pan New Home LatinAmerican anthems a fountain outside the building was Illuminated with electric designs of the South and Central American countries and elaborate refreshments were served The affair was a great credit to Di rector Barrett and to Francisco J Yanes tho able secretary of the bu reau These gentlemen and their fel low workers In the bureau have given a vast amount of time and labor to tho task of perparlng for the event of Tuesday and it was Indeed their red letter day and a fitting culmination of the two years work on tho new build Ing Meant for Palace of Peace The opening of the new home of tho International Bureau of the American Republics not only adds a most impor tant and surpassingly beautiful B true Director John Barrett ture to the public buildings at Undo Samoa seat of government but gives added dignity and prominence to an Institution of significance throughout the world and especially in tho new world Tho now building Is notable primarily as the homo of that rapid ly developing Institution tho Pan American bureau but of yet deeper meaning in its avowed function as a center of arbitration on this conti nentIt was because of tho hope that this new Pan Amerlcan pala e would servo as such an agency of peace for tho rious independent nations of North Central and South America that AnI drew Carnegie was induced to make the donation of the sum of 760000 which has been expended In the erection of this monumental structure In deed the famous philanthropist hat designed the new building as a peace palace and a feature of Its Interior specially provided with a view to thh phase of the matter is a great audi torium or hall of American ambassa dors designed as a meeting place tot all sorts of International conferences having as their purpose harmony and cooperation on tho part of the repub- lIcs of the western hemisphere Growth of the Bureau As most people are aware the In stltutlcn known as tho International Bureau of the American Republics 01 tho PanAmerican bureau as It is usu ally called Is a sort of common head quarters and clearing house for ln formation maintained jointly by all the American nations from the great lakes to Capo Horn It was the out growth of tho first Pan American con ference which was held in Washing ton In 1889 and It Is maintained by a common fund to which all of the Independent nations of the three Americas Andrew Carnegie chip In In proportion to their population Inasmuch as the United States by this plan pays more than half ol the expenses of tho bureau its head quarters have from tho outset been located In Washington Somo years ago when the rented quarters of the bureau in Washington Amerlcan Bureaus became manifestly Inadequate for its expanded activities a project was set afoot to erect a permanent home for IL It was to cost 125000 and the different republics were to contribute In proportion to population as they do for the annual expenses of the In stitution Several of the South Amer- Ican countries proceeded on this basis and there was something like 50000 on hand when the congress of the United States declared for a moro pretentious building and appropriated 200000 Instead of merely Its share of the 125000 Soon after Andrew Carnegie came forward and offered to do nato the whole sum needed for a build ing and a much finer building than bad previously been thought of He had previously donated millions of dollars for the famous peace palace at The Hague and it was his Idea to have the new edifice in Washington oc cupy the same relations to the cause of International peace on this conti nent that The lingua palace does to the cause of International arbitration throughout the world Beauties of the Marble Building With threequarters of a million dol lars provided by Mr Carnegie for a building the Pan Amerlcan bureau was enabled to devote 250000 on hand to the purchase of a site and a most admirable tract of several acres was secured In an Ideal location south overlookIngtheingly beautiful marble palace has been rearcu from the prize designs submit ted In a competition which was en tered by architects in ajl parts of the continentThero Inthoprovision of a patio or Inner court such an constitutes the most distinc LalJnAmerIcan hn3heengestlve of a palatial residence than a public office structure courtyardcooledby allhandsquaint pavement white stucco walla and low doors suggest the Spanish atmosphere Much spaco In tho room4 which open from this patio is given JIbrlarr rr + MARK TWAIN MEETS DEATH LONG ILLNESS ENDING IN AN GINA PECTORIS FINALLY CONQUERS HUMORIST Daughters Death Had Bad In fluence On His Health Give Me My Glasses He Says Then Sank Into Reverie and Final Un coniclousness Only Daughter at His Bedside Redding Ct Samuel Langhorno Clemens Mark Twain the great American humorist who by hla witti cisms and buoyant utterances had all his life tried to dispel tho clouds of mourning and suffering from the souls of his fellowmen is dead Tho direct cause of death was an gina poctcrls He lapsed Into a state of coma and never regained con sciousness Ills last day was a bad day for tho little knot of anxious workers at tho bedside For long hours tho gray nqulllno figure lay in tho inertia of death while tho pulso sank lower and lower but late at night Mr Clemens passed from stupor Into the first nat ural sleep ho had known dace bo returned from Bermuda and In the morning ho awoko refreshed oven faintly cheerful and In full posses sion of all his faculties Called For His Glasses He recognized his daughter Clara Mrs Osslp Gabrllowitsch spoke a rational word or two and feeling himself unequal to conversation wroto out in pencil Oho me my glasses They were his last words Laying tho glasses aside ho sank first into reverie and later into final uncon sciousness At the deathbed were only Mrs Gabrllowitsch her husband Dr Rob ert Halsoy Dr Qulntard Mr Paine and the two trained nurses Restora Lives were admlnLtcrcd but tho pa tlent failed to respond Ojcygen of No Use Otygen was tried and the physi clans explained that It was of no value because the valvular action of the heart was not disordered There were only an extreme and Increas ing debility accompanied by labored respirationAngina pectoris Is a paroxysmal af fection of the chest of hauling and obscuro origin characterized by severe pain faintness and deep depres sion of the spirits Tho pain Is so yore and of an oppressive crushing or stabbing character The attacks progress in frequency and severity with uncertain Intermissions sometimes of long duration to a fatal ter minationIt certain to bo recalled that Mark Twain was for moro than CO years an inveterate smoker and tho first conjecture of tho layman would bo that ho had weakened his heart by overindulgence in tobacco Dr Halsoy said that ho was un able to predicate that tho angina pec- toris from which Mark Twain died was In any way a sequel of nicotine poisoning Some constitutions bo said seem immune from tho effects of tobacco This was ono of them Yet it is true that since his illness began tho doctors hAd cut down Mark Twains dally allowance of 20 cigars and countless pipes to four cigars a day Funeral Services Simple Tho little vllWe of Redding was In mourning for Its benefactor and friend Mark TUlln who lad endeared himself by his kindly good nature and generosityWhen bodf was conveyed to tho station to bo plated on tho train which was to tako It to New York where rUe neral services were held In the Brick church all business was suspended and the villagers and farmers from the surrounding hills assem bled to pay their last tribute to the deadOn the arrival of the body In New York It was taken to tho Old Brick Presbyterian church where services were conducted by Rev Dr Henry Van Dyke assisted by Rev Joseph H Twltcholl of Hartford the latter a lifelong friend of Mr Clemens At tho conclusion of tho Now York services the body was taken to Elmira N Y in Lake Foreet tho private car of E E Loomis vice president of the Delaware Lackawanna Western railroad There were no pall hearers and the service consisted of little more than an address by Rev Dr Henry Van Dyke of Princeton At Elmira a second service as simple as tho first was held at the home of Gen Langdon where an address was delivered by Rev Joe Twitchell It Is said time author left moro than 1000000 JOINED WITH IN DEATH New Yorkr John R Sever a very popular newspaper man went to St lukos hospital to tako his wire to a new hom ho had fitted up during her illness When the news of her death during the night was told him ho bowed his head and without a word went outside the hospital and placing tho muzzle of a revolver in his mouth shot himself dead They had been life companions for 20 yeas 1 ROUND ABOUT THE STATE Whet Is Golnd on in DUfcrclltJII LiSections of I AILED TO FIND EVIDENCE Rumors of Bribery Not Sufficient for Grand Jury to Indict Frankfort KyNot ono scintilla of evidence could bo found by tho Frank lin county grand Jury which adjourn ed against Uio legislators who ac cording to rumors had been bribed for 20000 during the session and consequently there were no indict meats Tho report of the grand Jury docs not como as a surprise State ments of Coy Willson put in black and white and rcpstltlon of state ments made by legislators wore dls regarded nnd when the tlmo camo to make tho report tho grand Jury says that there was nothing but rumors and that no one before tho body could give more than rumors Judge Stout how over stated in thanking tho grand jury for its lengthy examination of witnesses that it made no difference whether indictments were found or not tho grand jury had dono Its duty and tho fact that the grand jury did not find evidence to indict did not make It certain thero was no bribery Ho salt tho effect would bo wholo some for future legislators EXEMPT FROM TAXATION Interest Dearing Warrants of State Can Not Be Assessed Frankfort KIn a lengthy opinion given to Treasurer Farley by Atty Gen Ilreathltt It is held that tho interest bearing warrants of the state are not taxable either by tho munici pality county or state under Section 170 of tho constitution which Is that there shall be exempt from taxation public property used for public pur poses Dreathltt says So long as these warrants are hold by the cred itors of the state of whatever char aster and aro unredeemed they should not be and are not In my judg meat subject to taxation for either state county or city purposes Tho opinion was requested by Treasurer Farley because of the numerous In quince from persona holding interest bearing warrants Cynthiana Ky Luther Reeves who lives near Ruddcll Mills died after being struck on the head with a rock by his son Tom Reeves Tho difficulty between father and son arose over the settlement of a tobacco crop The father throw a stone at his son and tho boy then threw one striking him In the head The young man Is frantic over the deed and Is being watched by neighbors and relatives to kcp him from taking his own life Reeves Is survived by a widow and five children Hopklnsvllle Ky Alleging that the affairs of the Monarch Grain Co are In bad shape that the company has been Insolvent since May 1 1909 and that alssontlon among tho stockholders would prevent a reorganization of tho company ault has been filed hero by 13 P Watkins and wife stockholders In the company asking that a receiver be appointed to tako charge Tho chief creditors are The City bank 12000 Rank of Crofton 1500 and Miss Matnlo Barnes 1600 Louisville KyElmer R Oliver former soliciting freight agent for the Southern railroad has been appointed chief clerk to R L McKellar assist ant freight traffic manager to succeed Jami3 B Ford Mr Ford loft Louts vllle to take up his now duties of chief clerk to T C Powell vice president of a trio of railroads with headquar ters In Cincinnati Ixmlsvlllc KyThe will of Morris Bclknap tho former millionaire Re publican candidate for governor and vice president of the Bclknap Hard ware Co leaves his entire estate to be divided among his widow and children A 500 bequest Is made to the Warren Memorial Presbyterian church whore he was a deacon The Fidelity Trust Co has qualified as executor of the estate Covington KyVanco Mullins and Ell Mulling Indicted ill tho federal court of West Virginia for alleged vio lation of the Internal revenue laws who were arrested in tho Kentucky mountains by Deputy Marshal J HI Addington of tho Eastern district were ordered taken to Big Stone Gap Va for trial by Judge Cochran Louisville KyPool pledges aggro gating 75000 pounds were made nt a meeting of tho directors of the Ken lucky Wool Growers association here It is likely COOOO pounds more will be pledged at a meeting td bo held at Lexington It is prpbablo that 30 cents will bo asked for the first pool as against prevailing prices of from 26 cents to 30 cents Bumsldo KyJust before the trial of Sloan Mounco In the itollco court Mounco assaulted Prosecuting Attor ney Elbert Wester with his fists in flitting several bruises about WestorVi faco and head Sheriff Weddle and Marshal Lewis were soon on tho scone and separted them CovIngton KyWilliam England 52 was shot and seriously wounded At his homo In Independence Michael Cain a neighbor was arrested on a charge or shooting him and England I was taken to St Elizabeths hospital I I JURY FAILS TO AGREE Insurance Agent Needham Will Be Retried for Forgery Louisville Ky Unable to agree the jury In tho ease of Patrick J Need ham accused of forgery In connection with tho alleged Insuranpo frauds was dismissed and Necdhamd case vat sot for retrial on Juno 13 The jury was out two and a half hours and stood 11 to 1 for conviction On tbfl stand Needham testified that ho had been instructed by the Commercial Life Insurance Co of Indianapolis tar which ho was an agent to date nil Kentucky business from Now Albany Ind as tho company Is an Indiana cor pompon Attorney Clem Hugglns in his argument for the defense said that if there had been any fraud on thi part of Needham tho fraud had been perpetrated at tho Instigation of tho company Sergont IyOne of the most im portant railroad projects begun In trapidlyup tho Cumberland river C5 miles through Harlan and Lctchor counties to terminate at Big Iioouey crock near tho Virginia border penetrating ono of tho richest undcvclnptd coal fields ranging from wivon to 14 feet in thickness and of the lineal coking qualities St Louis capitalists arc be hind tho project Tho road will bo completed nnd In operation by Sep camber 1 when coking manufacturing plants will start up all along tho route Millions of dollars will bo used In tank ing those developments Owonsboro IyTho tenth annual meeting of tho Grand Council of tho Royal Arcanum of Kontucky hero proved an Interesting event The Owonsboro council ono of the largest In time state of which Mr lush B Watkins Is regent entertained tho vis iting delegates In a lavish manner Lexington was chosen as tune next meeting place- Lexington K1W J Andrews left here for Cleveland to tako charge of the trotters of W B Chlsholui of Thl tledown farm Androwa took with him Doctor Smith 214ViLady Worthy 211U Sophano 208V4 Teasel 2O94 J Roberta tria- l211I Myrlto Granotto 22314 nnd Eva Tanguay 2161- 4brankfortJyTho court of ap peals hold that the agent of an In auranco company which Is not authorized to do business In this state Is personally liable to the Insured It there Is a loss that tho company does not pay provided tho Insured has a caiiFo of action that would be good against tho company Itsolf Ixiulsvlllc Ky Charging misappli cation and misappropriation of tho assets and property of tho Citizens National Life Insurance Co Maurice 1C Cotton a subscriber to tho capital stock med suit tho company asking that a receiver be appointed to take charge of Its property ML Sterling Ky County Judge Allen MoConnlck appointed Richard A Chiles attorney as county clerk of Montgomery county to succeed John F King who died a few days ago Should Chiles accept he will ap point Thomas B Rodman and John U Blunt as deputies i Lexington KyJ C MJlatn par chased from James Simpson his fa tlmerln law a farm of 216 acres on the ML Tabor pike The farm la now under lease to David Wallace Mtlam Intends ultimately to establish there Ia stud of thoroughbreds 0I Lexington KyTito Intercollegiate oratorical contest at the State university was won by Robert C Foster of this city representing Transylvania university ills subject was Our National Heritage Frankfort KyTho Trado Dollar Consolidated Mining Co of Coving ton with a capital stock of 16000000 will not change its name tho fee for the change being G000 which Is cou sldered too much Evansville Ind Brownlo Calder a white man was found guilty of mur der at DIxon Ky nnd sentenced to the Eddyvllle prison for 21 years Ho shot and klllnd William Lcdbcttcr at ClaysKy last December Frankfort KyL B Jones n tray cling man of Washington C L 0 took carbolic acid by mistake at the Frankfort hotel but is resting easily Ills wlfo and son arrived Wlckllffo KyDIck Penn charged with housebreaking was acquitted and Tom Whlttaw charged with grand larceny was given ono year la the penitentiary in the circuit court Roth belong to prominent families of thla county and their trial attracted great interest Campbellsvlllc Ky William D Cobb GG10 years express delivery manager hero died at his homo hero from a stroke of paralysis Ho In SUP vived by a widow and a daughter JUrsI Clco Miller of Green county I r ra 3wnarr sanrr IISAMUEL LANGHORNE MARK TWAIN CLEMENS LIFE OF MARK TWAIN THE GREAT AMERICAN HUMORIST Early Struggles andAdventures Fol lowed by Years of Successful Liter ary WorkLater Days Saddened by Deaths and Financial ReversesI Samuel Langborno Clemens Amerl cas foremost humorist and known the world over as Mark Twain was born In too llttlo town of Hannibal Mo on November 30 1835 Ills father John Marshall Clemens came from an old Virginia family and with his young wife Elizabeth Lamp ton a descendant of tho early settlers 4of Kentucky ho joined the sturdy of pioneers who pushed over tho Allcghanlcs In tho early part of the t last century and settled along tho banks of the Mississippi river In tho uncouth environment of tho then llltlo frontier town of Hannibal the famous author spent his boyhood days Hero ho fished hunted and lounged along tile river banks with his sturdy companions living n healthy outdoor existence which undoubtedly accounted for his long life In the face of his many ambitions Ho attended the llttlo school but not being of a very studious disposi ton ho learned far moro from con tact with tho rough companions whom ho Immortalized In later years as Huckleberry Finn and Tom Saw yen and others of their type At the age of twelve his meager I school education was brought to a sudden close by tho death of his fa ther Ills older brother Orion a Clemens was tho proprietor of a printing shop In the village and young Sam Clemens began hla journalistic career there as a prlnters devil In the course of a few years he learned the trade OB a compositor nnd In 1853 ho left his native town and began a wan dering existence Ho Journeyed from place to place working nt his trade In Now York and the principal cities of tbo middle west Dut while he gained a vrtat amount of experience during his travels which proved of the greatest value In tho preparation of some of his works In Inter yenta this period was rather un profitable from n financial standpoint and ho was finally compelled to return to his homo along tho banks of tho great river In rather straightened clr cumstanco The life of a steamboat pilot had always appealed to his youthful Imaglna Two of the Worlds Natures There are In this world two kinds of naturesthose that have wings and those that havo feetthe winged and the wnlklno spirits Tho walking aro the logicians the winged are tho Instinctive and poetic Harriet Beech er Stowe Bewarel Dewaro of tho man who talks or tho solemn truth Truth wears many colorcd and joyous ralnment she of she mournful hue Is hypocrisy Life t tlon and now that he had grown to manhood ho resolved to realize his ambition lie was fortunate enough to become a pupil of Horace Dlxby and ho was soon guiding tho awkward river craft along thu tortuous channel of the muddy stream Tho Idea of his becoming an author had never entered his mind at that time but ho absorbed enough of the pilot life to enablo him to describe tho dllllcultles encountered In gulldlng a boat along the great river in his Lifo on the Mississippi River which ho wrote many years later First Literary Work In 1SC2 he began his first regular literary work on tho staff of tho Vir ginia city Enterprise Ho wrote a col umn dally dealing with tho political situation In the state that attracted wide attention These articles he signed with tho nom de plumo Mark Twain which ho had heard sung out on tho Mississippi steamers to let tho pilot know that the sounding showed two fathoms of water In March of 18C7 Twain published his first book The Jumping Frog of Calaverna County Tbo book made qulto a stir in that part of the coun try but only 4000 copies wero sold It attracted tho aUentlon however of the editor of tbo Alta California who sent the author out as a newspaper correspondent on a steamboat excur slap to southern Europe and the Ori ent Ills letters were published from tlmo to time and In 1SC9 tbo author revised them and published them In book form under tho title of The In nocents Abroad This work made Mark Twain famous and compelled his recognition as Americas foremost humorist In the first 16 months 80 000 volumes wero sold and many more subsequently This was a record salo for those days Marries Miss Langdon- It was on his trip In tho Mediterranean that Mark Twain mot Olivia L Lnngdon of Elmira N Y They tell In love with each other nnd In 1870 were married Their married life was one of perfect harmony nnd four chil dren blessed their union Mr Clemens resided In Buffalo tor Teacher Should Rank High It education Is to do what wo hope for our children It Is Imperative that the best and most gifted men and women should be attracted Into the ranks of teachers and that they should bo regarded as filling 0110 of tho most highly honored positions In the land Sleeps In English Churchyard Ellhu Yale from whom the college In New Haven took Its name sloops in the graveyard at Wreihatr church near Chester England a year after his marriage and was nominally tho editor of tho Buffalo Express In 1871 ho joined tho literary colony at Hartford Conn where ho lived for a great many years and where ho did the greater part of the work that has rondo his name Im mortalIn Roughing It appeared and in the same year Tho Glided Ago written In collaboration with Charles Dudley Warner was published Tom Sawyer came In 1876 and Huckle berry Finn nine years later Of tho stories with an historical setting The Prlnco and tho Pauper A Connec ticut Yankee at tho Court of King Arthur and Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc appeared in 1882 1800 and 1894 respectively In 1893 that curious philosopher Puddnbcad Wilson made his bow Misfortune Dogs Him But while the great humorist was meeting with welldeserved success from n literary standpoint the imps of misfortune seemed to dog his very footstepsIn ho conceived the idea of reaping the publishers as well as the authors profits from some of his works Accordingly ho organized a stock company known as C L Webster Co In which he was the largest stockholder to publish his works Ho had accumulated consider able wealth and was rated as a millionaire Ills financial ability however was nono of tho best and in 1894 his en tire fortune was swept away by the failure of the publishing house Mr Clemens was abroad at the time and although 60 years of age ho started out on a tour of the globe delivering lectures and writing articles In order to pay the debts of the defunct firm He had scarcely begun his great task when fate struck him another hard blow This was tho death of his eldest and most accomplished daugh ter Miss Olivia S Clemens who died in August 189G at tho age of 24 Bro ken in spirit ho continued hip great task and In two years ho paid off his debts Wife Passes Away As if in sympathy with her bus bands misfortunes his wifes health began to fall Ho moved to Florence Italy in tho hopo that the mild climate would restore her but it proved of no avail and on November 6 1904 she died in that far off land About this tlmo tho humorist met II II Rogers the Standard 011 mag nate and the men became fast friends Rogers gave his literary friend the aid of his financial experience and Clem ens was soon In possession of a com fortable Income And now misfortune selected an other weapon with which to attack the whitehaired author Heretofore his books had escaped harsh criticisms but in November 1907 Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn his boy mas terpieces wero withhold from youths by the Brooklyn public libraries as unfit for young minds Comptroller Joy of Detroit Mich declared his work A DoubleBarrelled Detective Story was literary Junk unfit for a public library and a Massachusetts public library refused to give shelf room to his Eves Diary declaring that tho book was shocking Worn out by his lectures after dinner speeches nnd misfortunes Twain purchased a farm In Redding Conn and erected a 40000 villa which he called Stormflold With his two daughters Clara and Jean he moved there In 190S and set ed down to n life of caso Out n series of fresh misfortunes was in store for him He had vigorously denounced tho rule of tho late King Leopold II in tho Kongo Free State and just when the reform movement was nt its height his 111 health compelled him to abandon his work Tho Childrens Theater which was founded byMark Twain In New York and which represented ono of his lifelong ambitions was forced to close through lack of funds Then tho humorist and his daughter Clara became involved in a lawsuit over a arm which bo had presented to his former secretary Mrs Ralph Ashcroft on her wedding day and which he later attached on tho advice of his daughter Tho facts regarding this disagree able affair wero aired in tho press much to tho humiliation of tbo water an humorist In the early part of 1909 his stanch friend nnd adviser II H Rogers died suddenly at his Now York home This great financier and the white haired humorist had been Inseparable corn panlons for r number of years They had made trips to Bermuda together and when Rogers opened his railroad In Virginia Twain was ono of the guests of honor Tho author was greatly affected by tho financiers sud den death In tho latter part of 1909 Twain made another trip to Bermuda and on his return his feeble appearance at tracted a great deal of attention Then the last crushing blow camo the day bolero Christmas when his youngest daughter Jean was found dead In the bath tub at his Redding home The young woman had been a victim ol epileptic fits A Reason Do bo quiet Dont you know that theres a visitor in tho next room said Frances to her little brother How do you know You havent been In But said Frances I heard mamma saying My dour to papa Tit B1ts Gaily Colored Danoon In the Berlin zoo Is a baboon with a bright bluo and purple face bright red noso and grayish wblte beard an whiskers r r Kentucky GleaningsM- ostJ Important News StnCetAll Parts of the TWO SUSPECTS ARRESTED Charged With Robbing Post Office at Coalmont London Ky Francis Gllrcath of Wllllamsburg Ky and Charley Wal her of Coalmont Ky wore arrested in Jelllco and brought hero by Deputy United States Marshal Lester Pearce and Post Office Inspector W B Platt on a warrant charging them with breaking Into tho post office at Coalmont They wero taken before United States Commissioner George C Moore who committed them to the Laurel county jail in default of 1000 bond required of each of them for their appearance before him for examining trial April 28 Gllreath who is only about 20 years old was tried by the commissioner hero about a month ago on a charge of breaking into the post office at Wllllamsburg and held over under bond which ho executed Tho Coalmont robbery was committed on the same night on which the London post office was burglarized About 5200 was secured KILLED BY SONINLAW President of Berea National Bank Shot Down In His Store Berea KyMr S E Welch C3 one of tho wealthiest merchants of Central Kentucky was shot five times in tho back and instantly killed in his gen oral store here and his soninlaw Grover C Fish surrendered several hours later and confessed to tho shoot ing but refused to discuss it Ho Is under guard at the homo of Deputy Sheriff Johnson and will be taken to the Richmond jail Mr Fish who is about 25 years old married a daughter of Mr Welch and they separated a few weeks ago Fish has blamed Mr Welch for tho separation and there has been illfeeling between them for sumo time Mr Welch came to Ken tucky from Virginia about 25 years ago and became wealthy Ho was president of the Berea National bank a member of Bruns Brothers Wholesale Grocery Co of Cincinnati and a prominent Republican Pioneer Passes Away Carlisle KyTho funeral of Daniel J Hutchins tho pioneer business man who died at his homo in this city after a lingering illness of the infirmities incident to old ago took place from the Carlisle Christian church and was attended by a large concourse of the people of this and adjoining cities Mr Hutchins was 81 years of ago and was during his long life ono of tho most prominent and highly respected citizens of this city Mr Hutchins Is survived by his wlfo and eight chil dren Mrs Sudlo Marr and Mrs T C ColUver of this city Mrs Elwood Stagg of Mercer county Mrs Harvey Miller of Hnrrodsburs Kader Hutch ings of Harrodsburg E R Hutch ings of Texas Dr Henry Hutchlngs of Augusta and Dr T E Hutchings of this city Winchester KyMrs Carrie Shry ock ono of the citys oldest and most noted inhabitants died at tho age of 80 from a stroke of paralysis She was the daughter of Gen Samuel Wil lams of Montgomery and a sister of the late United States Senator and Confederate General John Stuart Wit liams and of Gen Dick Williams of the union army Her husband was tho late MaJ Lee Shryock president of the board of trade of St Louis and whoso firm Shryock Rowland gave Gov David R Francis of Missouri his business training Newport KyMrs Martha P Hal lam nee Robinson widow of Judge Russell Hallam who was well known In Newport years ago when ho was counsel for tho L N railroad when tho bridge was built across the Ohio river died at tho homo of her daughter Mrs John Haffler Chicago Mrs Hallam had been living in Chicago for tho past 11 years Sho is survived by Mrs hauler and Miss Martha Hallam Frankfort KyThree weddings wore performed In the office of Circuit Clerk Marshall by Prof L D Stucker at the same time The contracting parties are Edgar Wells 25 and Alma Moore 18 Walter Wise 20 and Ada Roberts 22 nnd Edward Smith 21 and Hallio Baker 22 The parties are all residents of Franklin county Paducnh KyMrs Lum Thompson of Birmingham Ala arrived hero and identified tho young man found mur dared near the city on tho morning of April 10 as her son Luther Thompson 10 years old Sho also Identified one of the suspects who gave his namo as Albert Halo as an old chum of her son and said his name was Hlnnlson Frankfort Ky Seventyone men of nrcathltt county have banded them selves together to preserve tho peace in this former feud center of tho state Thoro will he no moro special troops needed on election day the peace preservers are all expert shots Frankfort KyGov Willson par doned tho Ellson family Robert Ollle Emmett auu Bluff all of lien derson county who are serving a six months sentence In jail for assaulting I Wick Mitchell They have served Jihrre months and paid a50 fine I t DEATH OF UNCLE JIM Former Superintendent of Public Works Succumbs Lexington KyJames IL Applo gate 53 widely known In racing clr ales formerly superintendent of public works hero and at ono time chair man of tho local Democratic commit tee died suddenly of a disease of the heart at his home here The deceased was a brother of Col W E Applegate now of Salt Lako City Ho was known as Uncle Jim Mr Applcgato is survived by a widow and two children Shortly after tho death of Unclo Jim Applegate Henry Owens an other turfman while standing at the corner of Main and Limestone streets was struck by a falling trolley pole It struck Owens on the head and cut a deep gash rendering him tem porarily unconscious JUDGE PARKER REVERSED Court of Appeals Dismisses All Cases Now Pending Lexington KyThe opinion of tho court of appeals written by Judgo Hobson and concurred In by the en tire bench reversing the decision of Circuit Judgo Watts Parker who held that Mayor John Skaln and other Democratic city officials had procured their election in 1907 by fraud had tho effect of hanging a pall of gloom over the court house the stronghold of tho Republicans and of spreading sun shine in tho cityhall the abiding place of tho Democrats Tho opinion directs Judgo Parker to dismiss all the cases with which tho machinery of the circuit court was clogged for months and puts the burden of heavy expense on the Republicans WILL HOLD RECEPTION New Capitol to Be Used Prior to Dedication Frankfort KyAlthough tho state capitol will not be dedicated until Juno 2 the first state entertainment to be given in tho now building will bo the stato reception on May 28 when Gov Willson and tho other state officials will hold a reception and ad dress the delegates of tho Stato Fed eration of Womens Clubs in Ken tucky which will be in session hero at that time The regents of the clubs of the Daughters of tho Revolution will also be present and participate in this reception as the Daughters will be hero to unveil tho monument of Daniel Boono nnd tho entertainment will be held under the auspices of the Rebecca Bryan Boone chapter of Lox ington Frankfort KyPlacing tobacco in a bam that was used for stuttering live stock does not increase tbo hazard of the risk says the court of appeals in affirming the judgment of tho Madi son circuit court in tho case of tho Hartford Fire Insurance Co against T B Chenault jr Chenault insured his barn April 6 1908 for 1000 for threo years and the barn was do ctroyed by flro ono year later The company refused to pay and a suit was filed resulting in Chenault get ting judgment for tho 1000 Louisville KyThe anouncement of tho ement of M II Thatcher of this city recently appointed governor of Panama by President Taft to Miss Anna Chinn daughter of Col Frank Chinn of Frankfort Ky ono of the most popular beautiful anJ ac complished daughters of Kentucky has been made Tho wedding will take placo on tho morning of May 4 at tho home of tho bribes father on Wapplng street Covington Ky Dave Prince Ma rlon Sparks and Richmond Sparks the youths who operated a fictitious bank at Orr Ky and who operated as far as Now Mexico wero taken to the federal prison In Atlanta Ga by Deputy Marshal Emmet Orr Georgo White another of tho boys was sell tenced to jail in Newport Louisville Ky Jerome B Reopens tho wellknown horseman itas grant ed a divorce from his wife Esther Kennedy Rcspess whom he married in Cincinnati In April 1903 Witnesses swore that they had frequently seen Mrs Respess at hotels in this city with men other then her husband Covington yTho funeral of Midshipman Earl Wilson who made such a bravo fight for life at the United States Naval Academy hospital In Annapolis Md took place from the residence of his brothcrlnlaw Mau rico Galvln collector of Internal row enue Frankfort Ky Indictments were found in the Franklin circuit court against Paul Blackaby Clarence Mooro Rudolph Moore W M Pierce and James Pence who aro charged with purchasing pooled tobacco Black aby is indicted on five counts Frankfort Ky Becoming suddenly Insane Louis Green and Auk Mitchell prisoners In tho county Jail attempted selfdestruction Mitchell sot fire to his cell and Green tried to eat the dishes upon which his fcod was hand ed him I IN THIS PAPER IIi- I The t Islandof I Regenei t ation I- BY CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY ILLUSTRATIONS BY RAY WALTERS A Gleaming Figure Like an Olympian Goddess I j The Island lOFRegeneration Is a literary treat of exceptional merit and we take pleasure ii offering it to our readers If you know Brady and his works you will agree that he is a past master with the pen and you can appreciate the value of this story when we say it is unjdeniably his masterpiece From beginning to end it it filled with Unique Situations Dramatic Intensity andJThrilling Action In short if you want to read one of the host and cleverest stories ever written watch for the opening chapters soon to appear IN THIS PAPER see WHERE IS The Island of Regeneration 4 I if aoiooolloe t r eotlalfa- t H qUOOba East Kentucky Correspondence 1 f News You Get Nowhere Else j t ullll ICIle4 ti fn by the wr1tvr Till name pUUhe iNooonespeoeeace tTttse of deed taltt Write Halnly irs ant eer oiientKiii bst al as ooooooeoosoei08OeoeoaoeoaoeoaoaneceOVR JACKSON COUNTY aIt1iKILILI Oreenhall April 25 Miss Dell Flanery visited at neattyvllle last wookJ N Smith and wife attendee church In Clay County Sunday nt Clarks school J P Wilson and J D Plerson were at Heidelberg on busi- neSS Tuesday Mrs Slsslo Venabl and children left Saturday for Mid I dleeboro where they will moot Mr Vet able They will make their homo there for the summer Charley Cecil cant up from Travelers nest Saturday tc rent the possession J D Pierson hole on the form Cecil bought from Pier son They never closed any deal but may soonThere have been several frosts tho past week which have killed much of the fruit aud damaged potatoes and other growing crops Died Sunday evening Miss Laura Wi son daughter of Robert Wilson Lena e was a fine girl and loved by all who know her She was educated In the common schools at Royal Oak and at Berea College and was leaching at Royal Oak when she first felt the effects of consumption tho dreadful disease which caused her death She was a devoted Christian and did not fear death knowing that her soul by the angels would be safely carried i to that better land where all Is happiness and no sickness ever comes HUGH Hush April 25 Saturday night a severe frost damaged the fruit especially tha peachee Mrs Mary Engle Is visiting Mrs Alice Bongo this week There will be preaching services t al this place next Saturday night The saw and grist mill Is doing a good work we can almost go to mill and back before breakfast Tho new church house is being covered and weatherboarded Mr and Mrs Grover Drew visited Mr Drews parents at Evergreen this week Mrs Francis Azblll of Clover Dotom was the guest of Mrs Geo flange last week Mrs W R Benge wont to Panola Saturday on business Mrs Margaret Benge visited Mrs W R Blcknell Sunday Little Ola Bengo visited his aunt Maggie Burns at Big Hill Sunday night IHURLEYHurley April 24The frost has done considerable damage to all fruits and potntoesGrover Gabbard vis- Ited his parents at Black Lick Wed nesday nlglit Mr Everett and his sister JJay Isaacs of Birth Lick vis- Ited Mr and Mrs Sherman Isaacs Saturday and Sunday Messrs Jand Riley Oabbard attended church at t Sand Gap Sunday Messrs Ben and Charlie Gabbard went to Gray Hawk Sunday Mr Johnnie Lake had a log rolling Thursday and got a line lot of work doneMr Ben Gabbard caught a fine ground hog Saturday Mr Granvlllo Nunn of Cartersvllle Is visiting his daughter Mrs George Gab bard at this placeMr G W Mc Collum had a fencing Tuesday Mr W MI Gabbard bought a fine yoke of steers from Joe Williams for 182Mr John Gabbard bought a young mule from N J Coyle at Be rea for 115 Owing to the cold weather all crops will bo rather late this season TYSEU April 24 Prayer meeting iintyJames H Moores Saturday night was well attended Tho heavy frost Saturday night killed all the fruit In this vicinity T P and Wm Bul lock went to Malcom last week after a wagon load of cornEd Moore re turned from Covington Friday where ho had been attending a special term of the Federal CourtMrs S Keith of Clay County was visiting at W R Reynolds Sunday Married at the home of the bride April 14th Miss Laura Hamilton to Mr Emory Rob ertson of Gray Hawk May their joys be as broad as the ocean and their sorrows light as Its foamMr Geo Miller sold a young mule last week for 175W J Jones sold a pair of three year old mules for 400 Mr Wm Vaughn Jr and family of loaacs wero visiting his father Sat urday and SundaySeveral from title vicinity ara attending court at McKee Miss Lou Bullock has been visiting j In Laurel County the past week 1 Everybody Is looking for Halleys f comet Hurrah for Congressman D C Edwards CAltiCO Carlco April 19lrs Dobara Lear and Miss LMzzle Settle visited Mr and Mrs Perry Waddle Sunday night Miss Lavlnah Wilson visited Miss Sarah Lear Monday There will be church at this place Saturday night and SundayMr R N Robinson of Poopels visited friends at Carico last SundayMr Ray Robinson of Cruise has moved to Pond Creek where he will make his future homeMr and sirs Robert Lear visited relatives at Hamilton 0 last weeks tJO o11tD0oe- o1Enlv Itson ICorby Knob April 24 Several of this vicinity are attending court at 5tc Kco this osalonPeople think th fruit Is all killed by the late frost which wo havo had lately Severn of the young people front bore attended church at Sand Gap SundayMr Bessie Lane and children stayed overnight at J R Clicks Tuesday The were on their way to McKee and returned back to Berea Saturday Mar tha Click who attends school nt Berea visited home folks last week Wo are sorry to hear of the death of Mr Samuel Welch Tuesday when kited by his soninlaw Grover Flsh Mrs Lawrence Garrott Is visiting hOT parents In Madison County this week Myrtle Click Is with friends at Be rea ithls weekCLAY COUNTY nUIOIiTSUAU Bright Shade April 22Tho Rev Cottongim filled his regular appoint ment at the Mud tIck church April 9 and 10th with a good attendance The lion Caleb Powers spoke tc quite a crowd of enthusiastic support ers April lothThere has been son corn planted in this neighborhood Mr Elbe Smith has returned homeI from Flat LickMr Bob o Knox County leas returned to Et Saulsberrys property here and will Lire the mill for the Flat Lick Stave CoTho price of hogs and cattle Is higher In this neighborhood thanI over known beforeThere have several stock buyers In this neigh borhoodIence last Friday at this PlaooIr J B Walker whose steam mill burn ed down a few weeks ago has had It rebuilt and Is now ready for grind Ing again Miss Hester Delph and W Hatfleld will leave for Columbus 01110 where they will make their fur ture home There Is more sickness here now than we have had in several yearsDr C T Ricketts and Mrs Della Begley of Spring Creek will get married April 30 ISEIVine April 1C had a working Wednesday Mr Chas Robinsons house burned down last Tuesday night He and family being saved They woke during the night and found the house falling In andI barely escaped with their livesC Ferguson has gone to Cincinnati 0 where he will work Mary Davidson visited her sister Mrs Leah Clark Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Jim Short vial ed the latters other Saturday Mr and Mrs Will Wolf of Morris Creek took dinner with fir Jim Pennington SundayEthel Anderson visited Miss Cora Williams Saturday nlghtIr Han Morgan tilled his regular appointment at ML Hive Sunday We had a fine meet Log with four additions to the church Mr Will Browning Is no better Elva Garrett of Sextons Creek visited her mother last Sunday Mrs M L Ferguson Is planning to visit her son and daughters at Mauldon fr- ldayIr and Mrs Frank Clark of Richmond are visiting their son and daughter at Vine SrillNU CIIEKK Spring Creek April IGIfhe farm ers are still busy plowing and plant- Ing cornMr Cyrus Short who has icen attending school at Berea has eturned home John Hosklns of Les 110 County is visiting his parents at Spring Creek this week The lion Caleb Powers addressed a large crowd of people at Spring Creek last Thursday In behalf of his candidacy for ongress Tho Baptist church house In which ho addressed the people would lot contain all the audience Many lad to take seats around the door and pen windows on the outside He was often Interrupted by cheers from tho audience and at the close of his discourse the men women and chll ren rushed forward to clasp him by the handThe Sand Hill Lodge No S08 meets first and third Saturday In each month Visitors always welcome I am In position to give you better III Ices and quality on general mcr chandise than you have been expect Lg You are Invited to come and joe for yourselfJ Spring Creek Ky LESLIE COUNTY HYDEN CITIZENS BANK Hyden Ky We do a general banking business and solicit accounts of firms and Individuals thruout eastern Kentucky kVo are seeking new business and wo ire prepared to take care of It L B Ever Olc Pros T G Lewis Vice Pros Thos L Gabbard Cashier OWSLEY COUNTY ISLAND CITY Island City Apr 22 Much rain and some snow is getting the farmers behind with their farming One of the j most successful raids ever made In Jackson County was made Saturda and Sunday by Win Mays Short Brr ant and Gentry This moonshine sun was in operation running whiskeY six hundred gallons of beer five gal Ions whiskey was operated by this still Leo and Pin Taylor Robt Peters and C Lewis worn captured Sat urday evening at 3 oclock All of tho men stood tUcdr ground except Chas Lewis He started to run Svornl shQs were fired by all parties anti Lewis was about to make his escape Oca try alone running about one hundro yafds struck him on the head with n revolver knocking him down hand cuffed him and brought him back to the still Pin Taylor and Robert Pe tors Charles Lewis are now In Rich mond jail Leo Taylor gave bond GARRARD COUNTY PAINT LICK v Paint Lick April 23John Gabbar Jr and Chester Blanttm of BereaI wore tho guests of 0 L and family last Saturday night Mrs Elizabeth Mccolluin and her daugh oi Miss Sarah Lawson will leave CorI Illinois this week where they to llveThe Rev Tussoy filled his regular appointment at Wallace Chap el last Sunday Sunday May first Is regular meeting day at Wallacoon Baptist church Everybody invited moved KirkSIlIleCroucher of Illinois has shoved toI the property recently occupied by S BrockW L Adams has moved 10 Stanford Mlsa Mary Bowlln who attended school at Berea visited folks Saturday and Sunday homeI Edon Sr IK slowly Improving Itev Tussey Stove Hoicomb and fame dinneriI I 251EOflJodyESTILL COUNTYISTATION CAMP Station Camp April 25Jack frost islted this part Sunday night and got most of the garden truckWes ey and Early Winkler ot Crooked Creek visited Turner Kelley Saturday and SundaySam Clarkston visited I friends and relatives at Drip Rock last Saturday and Sunday weekJ- K Baker of Berea was at Station Camp last week looking after the Uo mslness John Kelley of Wagers rlllo got prety badly crippled last week while Tuning a raft of logs down Station Camp He Is improving rapid lyMessrs J V Lakes Joe Arvin Sari lilacs and Tom Marcum called it Turner Kelleya SundayJohn doors of Wind Cave Jackson County passed thru our town last Friday Circuit Court Is In session at Irvine IIom TIpon of Irvine passed thru roltleIemrsIalso riding thru this cttleWm Isaacs and son Andy returned from Jackson County where hey bought a nice bunch of hogs H Wagers and Albert Wilson pass I id thru our town last wreckDr J F Scrivner U having a great deal of llllng done on his farm this Spring Christopher Lamb of Wagorsvlllo was the guest of Miss Mary Gordon lant SundayS B Gumm got a I treat many of his logs out of Red I Lick on the last tide Misses Annie hum and Minnie F Richardson visited Mrs Anne Click Saturday Misses Vnnlo and Lonnie Gum were guests of Miss Mary Wilson of Wogersvllle Saturday evening and Sunday Misses I Myrtle Alcorn Mary Wilson and tlartle Scott were the guests of hiss truce Moores the 16 and 17th inst Julius Bird and family formerly of Jackson County are residing on Cole 2oxs farm on Middle Fork Creek Charley Cox and Miss Eliza Edwards I were quietly married on the 16th Inst Park Henderson Is moving to J P telleys farm on Middle Fork Creek I Clem Townsend la residing on the David Fowler farm near Wagersvllle MADISON COUNTY- KINOSTON Kingston April 25Several from lore attended the funeral of Mr S E Welch In Berea Friday Mrs Ellen Powell and Miss Martha Powell were the guests of Mrs Jim Bales Wednesday eveMira Carrie Allen of Berea spent Thursday nlgUi with aura MurrayMr Ed Young of taco was here last week to see his father Mr Douglas Young Miss Irant Maupln who has been staying vlth Mrs Bales Is visiting In RIch- mond this weekMr and Mrs Joe Vzblll Delbert Azblll and Mrs Geo doom of Richmond spent Friday with ilr Ellc AzbtllMr Mark Flanery was In Borea on business Thursday Mr and Mrs John C Powell were ho guests of Mr and Mrs L C Powell at Big Hill FrldayMrs T C Witt spent Sunday with Mr anal Irs Will MundaySeveral from here attended church at Mt Zion Su- ndayIr Reed Richardson Roy Hud son and Miss Gresslo Rucker were YOU CAN CURE THAT BACKACHE geoetdnquor alldUrhlu1fewdllMhu no eqUAl Jlo er Uraya AtlJnlllIr ccnlSalnleCo Le lW1 N y ty I I AbsolutelyPure the guests of AIlssA Martha Powell Sunday evening Mlsa Laura Murray spent the tlrst of the week with Miss Carne RowletC Messrs Chas low I ell and Tom Ballard went to Woro Sunday j DltKVFirs- Dreyfus i April 25The Rev J P Blcknell is holding a revival mooting here at the Christian church The services will close Thursday night Mr and Mrs Coleman Kindred are visiting In Jackson Mr and Mrs F Jones are rejoicing over the arrival of a baby girl April 21Miss Lizzie Lake spent Sunday with her aunt Mrs Abe Baker Mr F M Jones made a business trip to Richmond Monday Mr and Mrs Luther Kiln berlaln made a business trip to Rich mond ThursdayMr Bert Luusford and wife arrived here Thursday to make their home Mr K Jones was sick last week Mr and Mrs Jessie McKinney were the guests of Mr and Mrs George Herd Sunday Mr Thos Baker and wife were guests of W B Baker Sunday IIAUTH Harts April 19Mrs Jas Channey Is visiting her many friends hero at present Miss Lula Waddle and Miss Parker attended church at Harts Sun day at 230 p nitMre Morgan visited Miss Katherine Lake Monday Messrs Leslie McQueen and W M Anderson attended church at Berea Sunday night Mr Jim Barrett lost a fine mule last week Ho does not know Just what killed kMrs Rich ard Cleft Is Improving slowlyMiss Ella E Lake who la attending school atBerea Is getting along finely J Taylor was In our locality last week Mrs Rollle Davis has a trou blesome boll on her handMr anti Mrs Thorp of Kingston took dinner with Mr and Mrs Wilson Thur- sdayMr Jno F Hawkins and family visited Stephen Barretts family Mon MJOO VanWInkle has bought a new buggy Mr C G Baker has sold his stallion horse to Joe Van Winkle HILVKIt OIIKKK Sliver Creek April 26 Farmers In this section are very much discourag ed on account ot the wet weather Mr Bill Powell of Harts visited Am broso McIIono Sundayv The Rev Nash held his regular monthly meet ing Silver Creek Saturday and Sunday Mr Hallet Johnson attended church at Macedonia Saturday night Mlsa Eva Johnson was the pleasant guest ot Mrs Gertrude Lake Saturday Sherman Collins and wile of Ianola viHlteTl Mr Colllns father Jno Col lins who has been very slckS Gadd I who has been staying with Mr Herbert Tlco for sonic time inns returned home Mrs Cole Johnson visited Mrs Bradley Lake Sunday Mr Walton Iii very slckIr Jack Lake of Loam passed thru en route to Berea to hero his throat treated by Dr Cornelius ROCKCASTLE COUNTY- ROCKPOnn Rockford April 20Moat of the Irult Is killed here and up to this cold spell a finer prospect had never been scon Some of our farmers are planting and some are waiting for xAXer weather Daddlo Todd who hay been sick so long lu sltll not able to- go around muchJ W Toddy ray been suffering severely from an ab icons caused by an affected tooth Ahlch has caused great pain In one ye J L Martin Is erecting a now WWR UtotiHopklniTll Kyiiyi I IIfrbn rilling chicken filijrycttf Poultry lithe latitlioory reined 7 ever used lor Cholera Gaper II Manufactured Grapesdelicious give the most valuable ingre client the active principle to IOYAIY BakingPowder Insures wholesome and delicious food for every day In every home NO ALUM house whero the old ono waa destroy ed by fire J J Hamilton Is iho car pen or overlooking the workl W Todd lost his old family mare a few weeks ago Stock buyers and drum mors are numerous around hero The stock buyers have not left one hog for each family In this section J W Todd reports a lamb at his place of this description A perfect lamb ui to Its hood Tho head being a pojfoci owls face Regular Baptist mcctlni first Saturday and Sunday In May nUOSE Boone April 2LMr John Johnson ruurned from Illlnolu last week Tho small child of Mr and Mrs Wm Wadklns Is quite IIIUr Chas Rob Ineon of Berea was In tliU vicinity Sunday lost Mr Joo Knuckltw li no better Mr A D Leva A who has been quite 111 with mumps Is out again Tim sick with measles are getting bettor Mrs Katie Green and non Mat of Big 11111 WON visiting ro ladvos hero last weak Mrs Daisy Lambert vlslcd the family of J Levi Sunday Mr and Mm Wm Gadd nitulo a business trip to Boras Satu- rdayMs Jessie Gulnn was In Be rca on business ono day last week Mrs B B Chantecn was tho gust of Mro M A Brock Sundaydlr S n McClure purchased a nice helter from Mr Geo Poyntor for 32 dollaiA Mrs Guinn of DorM visited relatives and friends hero Sunday WIMHI Wlldlo April 2GThe Rav Winkler failed to till his regular appointment at this place Saturday and Sunday Tho Odd Follows gavo an Ice cream supper Saturday night Mr Thomas Barnotto ot Borea was In this vicinity last week on business Mr and Mrs Edward Graves Paris wore hero be 111110Ikins Is very law- LAUREL COUNTY PtTnclunta Plusburg April 2tWo have been having some very cool rainy weath orMra Ban Worron has had the smallpox but is some betterMarred Saturday April 16th Miss Nora Johnson to Mr Walter lan of near London Singing will close hero next Sunday Everybody InvleIL Married Saturday April 16th Miss Lolona John son of near London to Mr Jomos Rcdnour Mr Ben Delph moved Sat urday Meoalcw are still raging at- PittsburgMr John Byrley who hall been sick Is Improving Mr Henry Evans Is planning to move Monday Tho graded school at London closed Friday Mr Dan Hlbbard moved last weekIr Milt Haynoa who has had the smallpox Is about well Mr Dick Fredericks moved last week Miss S J Medley who has been sick Is improvin- gFort Flagler Washington Fort Flagler Washington April 19 1910 To the editor of The Citizen Dear Sir I would like to havo a small space so my friends may hoar a word from n soldier boy as I have boon away I from homo almost twq years 1 have mot hero several friends tram Ken lucky There are throe or four boys From Cub 11111 and also one from Dripping Springs and tho most happy time of my life Is when wo toys got I ogcthcr and talk about the old lines we used to have in old Ken ISAVE YOUR FOWLS bourbon Poultry Cure Is recognized as the tamlartl poultry remedy of the world It Is tho ono remedy tliat can bo depended on absolute certainty to euro and prevent tlmberneclr Diarrhoea Gapes and all existing forms of poultry die runes A few drops In tho drinking water keeps fowls and tree from dlsensa A Boo bottlo mates callous of mcdlclno Vor the treatment of Ulackncad and other diseases la turkeys Bourbon Poultry Cure HAS NO EQUAL and Cute rnott and oolb ett of yearIII by giving them llotitboa Cure 1 find II alUIO are for Cbolna awe LlraberiKck Bourbon Remedy Co I At All Loading Drugal ts 60o per Pottle Incorporated D Ky U S A Trial Vial Frtm I For sale by Porter Drug Company Inc Berea Ky rwitfcyY tucky This is a good healthy country and my work Is easy 1 am a third cock of tho 2Cth Co C A C and have very llltlo work to do My old banjo and violin help pass away tho time when Tot lonesome Tho tlmo butwoen Is passing swiftly and It wont be long before I will bo back In old Kontuolt with my friends BndAparents enjoying myself again A It thoro Is not very much news out hero 1 will closeYours Truly I Klley Cook IT Co C A C Fort Flaglor Wash GUMPTION JN THE FARM t lie prompt at meals Coltswet May Barn full of hoy- A field U not fenced when Otto bars ara down i Dont put away steel tools wet dry them first then oil thorn Lift up your eyes occasionally All good things are not In tho furrows Tho boy smokes clgaroUes behind the bans because dad smokes cigars In tho open i Never load a colt at tho end of a long strap Men have boon killedIthis way Cut your clover while It U In tho bloom Deadripe clover la just about spoiled no far as feed is concerned Attar all It Is the producing power of tho farm Unit determines the boy In iris going or staying Show him that irons mony In It and ho will stick to tho old taro like a sandbur to a sheepn tall Probably not one farmer In a thou sand over took his mowing machine guards out and ground them on tho I cm Ing edge Look at them and see I how dull they are Some day before t haying when you have a little UmoIJust take them all out and them You havo no Idea how much balder they will work The machine will cut almost like a now ono Froth May Farm Journal WOMANLY WISDOM Do not forget to congratulato nil I ther on liar birthday Dont s e why the oven doesnt bake good Just scrape tho scot and ashes out from under It and you will IIget an eyroiwnor on that subject Blessings on the write who sits down without a bit of grumbling and mends all the holes In the socks of the on tiro family every week Every week mind you If sho did not there would soon bo nothing but ono groat big hole to tacklo and that would moan money for now pairs Tho prudent young man who is lug for a write who will wear lookItakes noto of the appearance of mother If she is neat and trim looks as If sho had help with the andIand kindly and loving care ho safely inter that her daughter 4 mako a good wife willIUnless especially directed to cotitrary by tho physician all medicines which aro swallowed In tabletIor pill form should be ImmClllatelyIfollowed by a drink of as water milk too etc medicines If allowed to ConcentratedIclose contact with tho stomach often Irritate tha organ All about us this May weather are I thousands of bird babies Every apple and year tree every shade tree Is n I nursery tho vino on our porch tho barn eaves tho grass In the meadow each has Its hidden nostful Their i mission Is one not only of joy and music but of economic value Bless i ings on the bird babies May their tribe Increase Fill an old can of any kind with ashes then pour In sufficient kCtoJlone to saturate the ashes and tile can In a safe place away from thot fire A tablespoonful Is pleny o keep a blaze till the wood is caught ind It Is worth all the patent Ire kindlers There Is absolutely no dan alwasIempcd to use the kerosene can with i tho too often fatal result A From May Farm Journal t Old English Saying As many mince pies as you taste at Christmas so many happy months will you have 1