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Yr y THI MLBOETIIIII VOL XXXI INO61 ENTERPRISEt SFOR TilE CAPITAL CITY Modern Daily and Weekly j Part of Plans JVVV 4MTHE FRANKFORT PRINTING co 4 iWlUL INSTALL NEW MACHIN ERY IN THIRTY DAYS i ffjRoUNDABorrr GRANGES NAME- s Frankfort soon to have one of the nrwftVbest afternoon dally papers and one 1 1at the bestequipped printing and publishing houses In the State The Frankfort Printing Company has de clded to add to their original plans t and arrangements have already been + t made for the installation of new ma f chinery and presses insuring an est tablishment of such character as will t be a credit not only to the Capital City but to the State The new ma chinery will be installed in less than tt Ythirty dlys and the management hopes to be able to start Its dally rlf paper not later than April 1 J Realizing that Frankfort is the nnatural center for much of the Impor ir taut news of the State as well as be Ing one of the principal centers for- firstclassTh prlnUngand binding the Frankfort Printing Company desiring to keep abreast of the times and feel j tog that Frankfort Is entitled to a printing and publishing concern that ti will be commensurate with the dig- nitytti r of the Capital ot one of the t greatest states In the Union has con i r eluded to spire no pains or expense y in the consummation of its plans The Company oa Thursday ordered- r r from the Mlehle Printing Press and r Manufacturing Company of Chicago Sone of Its large presses which is ti1 guaranteed to run off 1900 papers an j hour and which can be speeded to erun off 2500 if necesfcary This press rw1l1prlnt a sevencolumn paper and It has been definitely decided 1 sby the company The paper will lfal1 the local and foreign news up ti to the minute and every effort will be put forth to make It a paper that Kent tiickiana will be proud of The company has decided to name the paper The Frankfort News while the Roundabout which will be continued J asa weekly will be styled The Frankfort Weekly News In view ol the fact that tho Roundabout has been in existence over thirty years anpIn that time has never missed an issue the company has decided to add the words and Roundabout to the I name of the weekly Since the organization of the Frank fort Printing Company the work In the printing and binding departments a phad increased to such an extent that it became inecessary to purchase two d i addiawnal ainotypes and the Miehle- press In order to keep up with the work The new press will give the v company seven presses and another r large press wilt be ordered shortly The company now employs thirty three popleand within thirty days k the force will be increased to forty For the first time In many years the citizens of Frankfort can have their firstclass printing done at home i J11 this connection It might be well l to add a few words about the Round about which has visited the homes of a large number of people in this and other counties In the State for go yearsr was first Issued In f September 1877 by the late l Ib Claude Buckley as editor shortly J thereafter associating with him Mr Qeo A Lewis The partnership lasted only about three years Mr Buckley then retired and I from that time Mr Lewis Continued the 1908 publication until January 4th The paper from the start wu aim ply a local and society paper and took no hand In the many exlsltlng and vigorous political fights that have shaken the city and even the whole mate Its policy was to treat impartially r such matters as were necessarily brought to its columns It faithfully apd correctly recorded t the joys and sorrow that have come to the people wbo so kindly so coq tlnuou Iiandclean at J ea paper as no gentl would hesitate a d ent to re rtlcle in it to HH lly arm learthstone Tier jisions when by suppress scandalous ItcnFtxJ many hen spared pain a Anguish w is so often 1l case thoroug I impartial inetj pution Showed t bliallow t1 Uons upon which such tlero basedIn times of sickness and death a quiet way bore messages of txsympathy to the sad of heart I At the same time the paper ever ready to stand for the right i every and all questions whet the best interests of the cu were involved While it often differed from those whose esteem and confidence it earnestly desired yet there was ever the desire to yield to qthers the right of private judg ment it claimed for itself In the long years that have passed too swiftly away it has had the high est consolation in the fact that however earnestly It may have differ ed from its friends on measures of local and State polIcy It never knowingly or willingly published a line to wound the sensibilities of the hum blest citizens of our city i YOUNhMANS- HOOTS iiiis FATHER NEAR STAMPING GROUND AND IS LODGED IN JAIL AT GEORGETOWN r Town Marshal John Richard ot Stamping Ground Scott county accompanied John Lewis Canorn ol that vicinity to Georgetown Thursday evening and presented him to County Judge Yates Cahorn having given himself up to the Marshal telling the ocer he had shot at his father Hugh Cahorn and wanted to be taken to jail for protection- It seems that young Cabora who only about 19 years old and hi father do not get along smoothly and he shot at his father through the win dow with a donble barrel shotgun fill ing the chair back with shot but none took effect In his fathers body The Marshal did not know the i mediate cause of the tro able except that the boy said his father had min treated him and threatened to kill him Judge Yates told him he had aright or cause to put him la jail The boy Insisted however saying he had no place to go The Judge then save him a commitment Young Cahorn is a nephew of Lewis Cahorn who killed Bob May In a saloon In Stamping Ground about five years ago and was given a seven year sentence to the penitentiary of which he served about four years when he was paroled The elder Cahorn told the Marsha he intended to prosecute the boy to the extent of the law GOOD BERTH FOR C W DORSEY WHO 13 NAMED AS MANAGER OF PHILADELPHIA LIFE INSUR ANCE COMPANY The following special from Louisville last night will be of interest to the many friends of Mr C W Dorsey here where he is quite well known having married Miss Dorsey Stanton a daughter of the late Major Henry Stantpn of this city- Announcement has just been made that C W Dorsey former manager of the InterSouthern Life Insurance Company has been appointed man agar for six Southarn States for the Philadelphia Life Insurance Company The appointment is effective the first of next week and Mr Dorsey will maintain headquarters in Louisville Mr Dorsey is one of the bestknown Insurance men In the South Prior to December 15 he was manager of the InterSouthern Before that time he was manager of the Philadelphia of fice of the Equitable and was for years general agent of the United States Company In JCentucfcy tt t rI 1fUbLiL i f0 NITE ON HER DEMOCRAT AT THE LAST MOMENT fAILS AND PANDEMONIUM REIGNS WILD EXCITEMENT WHEN RESULT IS FINALLY ANNOUNCED William O Bradley was elected United States Senator from Kentucky to succeed Senator James B McCreary at the joint session of the Kentucky General Assembly today He received a majority of all the votes cast four Democrats voting for him When the men who had been voting for J C W Beckham IN und that he was beaten and that Mr Bradley had been elect ed but before the result was announced they began changing their votes and voted for their favorite can didates although no official announce ment was ever made that Beckham had withdrawn He was still being voted for and was still occupying the position that he had always occu pied but rthe Democrats seeing that Mr Beckham was beaten tried to se lect Some ohdr man oa whom all tne Democrats could agree and who coulBibB elected Wild confusion reigned In the Houso utter ftheroll call had been completed Bradleyshall been elected The Beckham fore es called for a recapitulation of the vote and then rushed out into the lob- bY They returned almost quickly as they had gone and then began de theirnuvotes Many of the members made apeedhesproposing several candidates and finally all those who had been fifteenoflea had changed and voted for some man other than the many they have all along contended was the nominee IiiiCle Democratic party- Confusion Reigns Republican members clamored for an announcement of the result and the confusion was so great that for hull ian hour nothing could be done The Democrats were running back ward anti forward trying to agree on some sass who could be acceptable to all but the Beckham forces had scattered to he lour winds and could not be corralled for any one man TEey voted for everybody only a few agreeing on tany one man The Re publicans feared a trick and were afraid that they would be euchered out of their election after they had won but VJ Goocn the Speaker was above anything of this kind and would not tolerate anything like that He gave every member a full and free chance to change his vote Then he announced the result and declared W O Bradley elected United States Senator The newly elected Senator was es corted to the Speakers stand by the chairman of the Republican and Dem ocratlc Steering Committees of the House and Senate He spoke for a few minutes thanking the members for his election He promised them that ho would be the Senatdr from Kentucky and would represent the whole people and further that he would use his very best effort and en deavor to have the six cents tax on tobacco removed ihe defeated cans dldte J C W Beckham was Invited to the stand and the same commR t sent to find him but he had gone home and could not be Senators H S foundII Charlton and Lillard and Chris Mueller were the Democrats who voted for Mr Bradley In addition ha bad the votes 6f 60 Republicans which gave him the nee cpry majorltyof all the votes caj The four Democrats who voted for him have been voting against him for weeks ever since the session first began and have been trying to elect a Democrat Mr Lillard was the only one of the four who made a speech of any length He said the time had come when the people of the State must be saved from the Democratic party as now constituted and he bel- Ieved this could be done only by the election of Mr Bradley Republicans Jubilant The Republican members went wild when it was finally announced that Mr Bradley had been elected They saw their fondest dreams realized and were mad with delight They clasped each otaer in their arms danced sad howled as Mr Bradley was escorted to the Speakers stand and there was no effort to control them It was tie Republicans day to cheer and they were allowed to do it to their hearts contentEmmanuel Meyer of Louisville was sitting in a corner the tears ponriag down his face He was paired for to day and was unable to cast his vote He had come to Frankfort hoping that he might have the opportunity to ihelp elect Mr Bradley and he felt that he had sot done so although actually his vote counted as well as though wepfrom t was kook and he was overcome at see ing his friend for whom he has so loyally fought letced to the Senate of the United States Scare on Thursday The Democrats had a scare on Thursday and the Republicans were jubilantly predicting on that day before the joint session that they would elect Bradley While they did not do ao there was more interest and excite ment over the senatorial race than at any previous time since one session began as it looked for a time that an election would result and the longcontinued deadlock would be ended The Democrats were forced t break a quorum for the first time dur ing the session and but for the fac that the Democrats who have refused to vote for Mr Beckham went with the other Democrats and helped to break the quorum no election woul have resulted then In the senatorial race there was no interest during the week the result having remained the same as on the day of last week when L W Arnett joined the antlBeckham forces No ballot was taken on Monday It belqg agreed that the vote would be purely perfunctory on account of so many members being absent on Monday and the consequent necessity of arranging a large number of pairs Only one vote was cast for each of the two leading candidates and Mr Arnett voted for Ollie James On Tuesday Mr Arnett was paired with Mr Chase and Gov Beckham came within three votes of being elected the closest he has come in several weeks except on the first ballot after Virgil McKnlght died Mr Arnett had to go home to try an important case and could not be From James- A telegram fror Ollle James saying ho wanted all of his friends to vote for Mr Beckham who was the noml nee of the Democratic party for Sena tor was rW4 at the Joint eeaslon on r l Senator P S Maxwell a Mr James district In n reIeckhyell a spem la Mr James was not a Tftator and would not ds votefor him for that spite of this Mr Arnett luMwJkrames on Wednesday en he RJHwL from Covingtoa e vote on K left Mr Beck am four v On Thurs ii Hkham directed his forcesV J cloakroom and fit before the ffnt session they all mpeded out of the House break a quorum Tho Republicans re sed to pair with two of the Democrats who were sick and the Beck ham forces feared that an election might result 30 they broke the quo rum It was the closest Mr Bradley had come to being elected and his fol lowers were Jubilant over the result of the days work The election of Bradley is practical ly the only topic of conversation in the hotel lobbies and on the streets of Frankfort Politicians can be seen standing in little grouper discussing the event- Uov Bradley held an informal reception in his room after he returned to the hotel and nearly all the Repub lean members called on him and ex ended their congratulations READY FOR GOVERNORS SIGNATURE BILL APPROPRIATING 500000 FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES MAYBE SIGNED MONDAY withThhe exception of the bill which appro priated money for the erection of the ew Capitol which was ever passed by the Kentucky General Assembly will be ready for the Governors slgna ura on Monday The bill appropri ates 3b300000 to the Kentucky State College to be known as the State University and 150000 to each of the State Normal schools the one at Richmond and the other at Bowling Green The bill was passed by the House lost week alter several amend ments had been offered and after a hard fight had been made to scale down the amounts allowed The bill passed the Senate on Thursday with only one vote against it and as soon will to the Govas it is enrolled go ernor It Is regarded as certain that he will sign it Andrew Carnegie has agreed to give 30000 to each of the State normal chools for the purpose of building ibrarles and it is now practically cer aln that these buildings will be pro vided They are greatly needed as neither school now has a library The appropriations made by the State are for the buildings and these together with the Carnegie libraries still put the schcols on the best and highest plane The McChord tobacco bill was argued at length In the House on Tues day after having been postponed on Monday Itwas postponed because the American Tobacco Company was submitting proposition to the Burley Society looking to the purphase of dthe big supply which the society now has on hand the samples being at Winchester John L Smtih of Kut tawa and JH Jacksou of Owen county made tne principal speeches fqr the bill and each described the conditions which they claim will re stilt from the present tobacco troubles if something is not done to stop the ravages of the trust They said that the way to get at the evil is to strike at the root of it and both said that the American Tobacco Co Is the root of the whole trouble The Mc Chord bill puts the tobacco companies under the police power of the State and It Is believed by the grow ers this will check the monopoly which the trust has enjoyed In Ken tuckyBlood will flow In torrents la Ken tucky if the trust is not controlled said Mr Smith and he predicted that the previous raids of the night riders would be but childs play compared to what Is to come It something Is not done soon to stop the grinding down of the people He said be believes the McCbord bill will euro the evils which now exist FIGHT rte CONTINUED IN SENATE Another tle Over County Unit Bill Expected REPRESENTATIVE KLAIR OUT WITS BOTH DEMOCRATS AND REPUBLICANS lt CONTEST CASES WARMING U1i The House passed the county units bill extending the county unit law to every county in the State on Thursday This simple statement does not begin to convey an Idea oLs wEat happened before the county unit bill was passed nor does it tell of the weeks of fighting which were waged to prevent the bill from ever coming to a vote The opponents of the measure although only a handful managed things well and It was only after the most determined assault bye the temperance forces that the bills was passed For weeks nothing has been done in the House because of the county unit bill the opponents of the measure absolutely tying up alb business In order to prevent the bill from being repored for It was generally conceded that If the bill ever came to a vote it would be passed by a large majority as it was The vote on the passage of the bill was 75 to 14 Many of those who voted against the bill explained their votes and some of those who voted for 111 Iso explained why they did soITwo things complicated the fight fora the county unit bill The senatorial race cut a figure in the lineup of the members it being charged by botn sides that the county unit bill was being used for political purposes Then the contest cases which thew I1atrobroughtocrats from voting for motions which ontemplated bringing up the county nit bill but also provided for are ort on the contests The Republicans were willing to take both but the Democrats wanted only the county malt bill The whisky men wuntedV the county unit bill kept in the back ground but did not especially careYhat became of the contests With this sort of a situation Inter esting results necessarily followed and the House saw some of the liveliest fighting which has been seen in sever l years with expert parliamentari ans working for each side Every device known to a parliamentary body was used to delay the county unit bill and for the last week the same sort of devices were used to prevent the contest cases from being eported The two questions tied up he House completely during the en tire week until just before the hour of adjournment on Thursday when the county unit bill finally reached a vote and was passed But the con test cases did not come up and the Republicans are sore and fighting mad and ready to do almost anything They Insist that Mr Gooch the Speak r was wrong in his ruling and should 1IJave allowed the contests to come up Btt Mr Gooch could not see It that way and laid down the rule that the onteat committee could not be forced to make reports i On Monday and Tuesday the Repub Beans tried to get their contest cases reported It being understood that they would unseat Hugh Mahin of Jessamine county His seat is con tested by Mr Howard J Hal Woody fords seat is also contested and it was thought probable that he would be unseated in favor ot his Republi can opponent J E Porter of Web tster county was in the chair on Mon day and Tuesday Mr Gooch being bsent in Louisville where he was having his throat treated He pro vented the Republicans from bringing up the contest cases and also prevent ed any motion to hold an afternoon session for consideration ofi the re ports of the contest committees The same fight to bring up the con test cases was carried on again by the Republicans In the House oa Wednesday Mr Gooch had returned ant was in the chair Ho recognized the Continued on pate 8 t fINAl SUMMO J COMES TOJM WALKER WAS QUITE WELL KNOVN SPENT SEVERAL YEARS IN ii REVENUE SERVICE Mr J M Walker died at his home Sn Paris Tuesday morning after qnit e a long Illness the immediate cause 4i sof his death being heart failure iMr Walker had been a resident of Paris for several years and an as officer In j Internal R nenue jt service being stationed at the d G 4 i Whtto Distilling Companys plant In that city He waa a native of Owen tjcounty and was a of th Civil War Mr VIan a fine irisiness man a genii rnits of character and had a tar hilrcle of friends who will regret to Near of his death t He was quite well known In Fran J fort where for several years he w 3h the Internal Revenue service being stotlcnetd at The Old Crow Distillery The Hermitage Distillery aid at E H Taylor Jr Sons He Is survived by his wife nee Mary McGibbon one son Postmaster Thomas I Walker of Lexington and Miss Mat 1e Walker who resides wither parents at Paris The tuners pservices took place from the residence Thursday afternoon at 1 oclock and were conducted by Hev Carey E anI 7g The body accompanied by rela waAonent took place at 3 oclock In the Xexiag1 on cemetery i MARRIAGE 0Of Miss Nora Smith and F M Lexingtonf7 v Here The consummation of a courtship was developed when Mr M Stevens and Miss Nora Smith Lexington were marrledhere Thur day morning The happy couple returned to Lex ington during the afternoon and an 3 f formal reception and dance was hel 1 an their honor Ji After the usual felicitations good wishes and congratulations had bee 41freely and Joyfully extended an even ri lug of joy unconfined and Jolly good fellowship was participated In by those whose honor it had been to be the re + clpients of such openhearted and titerous hospitality as that which was extended to those who had the pleas i acre to attend COL STONE And Guest Dr Leonard of Germany iSpend The Day Here i Ex Auditor Sam H btone of Lout 4s idlle and Ills guest Dr Rudolph 4 Leonard of Germany passed through here Wednesday morning en routt to Lexington where they were enter t wined at luncheon toy Mr Charles Berrynvan at Elmendorf the country home of Mr James J Haggln They spent Thursday in Paris as the guests of Mrs Cassius M Clay 4xd from Paris they made the trip to this city over the interurban While here they called upon Governor Willson f and other State officials They turned to Louisville yesterday morning Dr and Mrs Leonard left last night for New York and will sail In April for their home In Germany YOUTH Thirteen Years Received At Peni tentiary From Harlan County The youngest boy ever received a the penitentiary to don stripes was brought here Wednesday by toe sher iff of Harlan county He is Thomas Simpson aged thirteen years sen- tencedii to serve two years for murder He Wiled another small boy by hlttiag him In the side with a stone Th jury is said to have been inclined t be lenient with tlje little fellow but the dead boys father an Influential man is said to have demanded that too youthful murderer be sent to the penitentiary An effort will be made to solid him o the Retorm School at t Lexington but that Institution Is crowded and he may huve to serve Us sentence here Bishop Lewis Burton of the diocese thenclergy under him to pray for the Governor and Legislature at every service and to ask for divine guidance In the movement to restrain lawlessness In the State Hemp la now quoted at U40 a ion the highest price for pevral years r many farmers In the Bluegrass ivHIraise hemp instead of tabocco L L TES- AdJutaWGeneral J hnston Wednesday evening HVlorlda for a cruise on his boat The Pelllam Hi will be Joined there by his son paEwith him during his stay Mr Luke C Norman leay day for Louisville where he cepted a position with Thcd Gilbert Company He will the firm taking the terrli late Mr Jno C Herndon J Drosephh oggi leased tiles Laura Crad on Shelby street regent Rev and Mrs T F Ta- e take possession during week sr geJudge Wm ocean Panted by Re Louis M Arnett and Dattemle d tthe Charity Ba the hall o f asthe Independent Red Men In Lawrenceburg last evening Mrs Margaret Nazor last w6e purchased the frame cottage of Mr Edw J Roberts on South Shelby street The consideration being 000 cash 1Ir3 Nazor will take posh session on Monday Much 1st Mr Ralph R Wilson and farallj will during the coming week mover into their new home on Shelby street recently purchased from Mr J P Hanley who will early in April re move to Louisville where he will make his future home State Auditor Frank P James has leased the residence of Mrs Mary Brown Day on Third street recently ocupled by Mr Wm P Hudson and family and will early next week move his household furniture from Harrods burg to this city Mr S B Buckner Jr who recentl graduated from the United Slates anFofwho a as t apesnt several and Mrs M B Belknap enroute to Henderson where he will be a men dbel of a house party given by Mr J Johnson a classmate at West Point n1fr Huston D Wood and family who for the past two years have been living on Mr Stephen Blacks farm on the Georgetown road removed this week to Frankfort and have leased 1the residence of Mrs W G Bullitt o Yapping street County Clerk N B Smith on Wednesday Issued marriage licenses to Nitorlo Serafeno aged 23 years and elide Benassi aged 18 years of this city and Wm A Roberts aged 38 years and Llda Yount aged 19 year of Hatton Otto Clark who stabbed Harry Pat terson at the Leonard Hotel la Lex ington some several weeks ago and who has since been out on bond wa arrested here Tuesday morning and returned to Lexington that night He did not give further bail and was r manded to Jail to await his trio Next Wednesday is Ash Wednes dry the beginning of Lent The al manac reveals a very remarkable inj cldent that Easter will be observed later than it has been celebrated for a century or more The date of this great feast day is determined by the first Sunday after the full moon which happens upon or after March 21st It is possible for the last day to be as early as March 21st This year the full moon happens April 16th and the next Sunday Easter is the 19th Hon William P Thorne ex Lieu nant Governor and wife of Emi nence weh here Thursday en rout home from Wllllarastown Kentucky where they had taken the latter s mother tits Agnes Dlckersoh North cutt for interment Mrs Nort hcutt thee diedoSunday evening at their home in Eminence Mrs Northcutt was the mother of Hon W W DIckerson of Cincinnati former Congressman from the Sixth Kentucky District Mrs Mary Gaines Shy on Tuesday afternoon filed suit for a divorce from her husband Sim Shy former super intendent of the Old Crow Distillery In Woodford county Mrs Shy al leges that her husband has acquired the drink habit and that he Is wast lag his estate and does not provide for her and under the circumstances she asks that she not only be given an absolute divorce but also that her maiden name be restored She is the daughter of John W Gaines of this city r The regular monthly mooting of the Knights of Columbus Club Was held I j BOSWORTHS BILL THE SENATE MON- AFTERNOON The Senate was the busiest place in the State House Monday passing upon much Important legislation I the afternoon the Senate by a vote of 31 to 4 passed the bill introduced by Senator Joseph Bosworth appropri sting the sum of 460000 for the com pletion of the new Capitol The bill appropriates 460000 t furnish and complete the new Sta House came up as a special order Senator Oliver moved to strike out the section providing that the present architect be retained Lost by 13 t Senatodwere amendment to cut down the amount to about 350000 was lost by 11 to 18 The Cureton amendment which wa first offered by Senator Combs an then withdrawn providing that th present architect be retained only in his capacity as architect and superln tendent was adopted The bill as amended passed by 31 to 4 DECISION nIn Five Cent Rate Case to be Announced by Railroad Commission on March 4th Chairman A T Slier of the Ken YedInesdaysgow case 4sComplaint was made to the commis slop that the allroad persisted In charging a flvecenT per mile passen get rate between Glasgow and Glasgow Junction the road being tons miles in length The complaint was heard by Commissioner Slier and L P Tarlton Commissioner MoD Fer attendeing the hearing on account of illness All the proof Is in and the briefs of the attorneys have been filed e BLACK BESS Col and Mrs John Cunningham oE Cunningham Station Bourbon county Ky have among their art treasures a striking picture of General John H Morgan the Confederate cavalry leader mounted upon the thoroughbred mare Black Bess which he rode dur ing the greater part of the war and which was captured with him in the raid through Ohio This picture could be used in meddling the eques trian statue of General Morgan as well as his horse to be erected by Conedeeracy In Lexington Col Cunningham Waba warm sympathizer and a mom ber of the Spas of Liberty LOCK NO5 Closed to Navigation For a Period of Fifteen Days The following notice has been Is sued by Col Warren Notice is here by given that Lock No5 Kentucky river at Clifton will remain closed to navigation for a period of fifteen days from the date of this notice for the purpose of completing the work or reconstructing In concrete the upper miter sill of this lock Should it be necessary to make any further change in the time of doing this work due notice will be given Ed Turner of Breathltt county was hanged in the county Jail at Chattanooga Thursday afternoon He went to the scaffold without a tremor Turner lulled his wife Lillian Turner on the side of Lookout Mountain on oho afternoon of April 2 1907 J tj f frsChasi- quite ill with at her t was yesterda The condition of Mr Ji er who has been so with pneumonia at his hoi provement tiicky avenue continues to hasI c critically for the post three eeks at her home on Holmes stree was yesterday reported as being greatly Improved haseon Fourth street Is greatly Improved and will be able to be out next week Miss Clara B Haly who has been homeron reported as toeing Improved and will be able to be out during the coming week 11Ir John D Griffin leaves this after for Louisville where he goes to Gritdparteary The condition of Mr Jan ODonnell who has been critically ill at his nome lon Broadway street for the past two weeks was yesterday reported as be lag but slightly improved Mr E L Samuel who recently re turned from Tryon North Carolina Where he spent several weeks for the benefit of his health is still confined to his home on St Clair street and his condition shows but slight inv Harry B ODonnell who Ins been quite ill at the home of his mother Mrs Hannah ODonnoll on Fourth street for several weelcs is much Improved and will be able to be out the coming week Mr Walter G Chapman who has been spending several months In the mountains of North Carolina for the benefit of hla health returned home Wednesday morning and his many friends in Frankfort will be pleased tr learn that his trip proved quite bene ficial r Reliable Garden Seeds We are handling this season as we have for years Landreths Garden SeedsIThese goods have the reputu atiollIof insuring crops Can WeaSupply You Ebner Co 312 Main t lsIac fI r i i t 1 P oonati far V Groceres tAvphones Corner Majn and An1 f Ghe Frankfort 1 Transfer Co II ft fU liAIIOffice L 6 N I Freight Depot t Prices Reasonable Phones a When Ready to Be Served CY W SaffellHas Lverytring Best vand Freshest in t Staple and Fancy Groceries jTurkeys Chickens 1 Etc j It tBoth n f ANN STRLLT trL THERE IS A GREATER DEMAND FOR High Grade Vehicles Ij Than everbefore The public have at last come to theAJ anyprice i rthatus a card and we will call to see you We know we can suit you in both quality and prices All we ask is aa opportunity to discus the utter with you f r Seller GarriageGor i IVEESIMrES KY r l H K WARD vC M BROW TN President Sec and Treats J t v i LILLARDS IRE FOOD AND DRUG BILL FIRST MEASURE OF IMPORTANCE TO PASS BOTH HOUSES LF THE LEGISLATURE The first Important measure to pass bath houses of the Legislature is the LJHard Pure Food and Drug Bill which after being enrolled will be ready for the signature of Governor f Wlllson The bill was Introduced In r the House by Representative E W b Lflliard of Boyle county and was adopted Jn the Senate as a substitute kr for the bill offered la the upper r rbranch by Senator Joseph F Bosworth t f The bill carries an appropriationS yv t00 and very sweeping In Its t iJproviaions covering every phase of food products drugs and liquors As thte Station at l g g ton this measure puts Kentucky In i the front rank In the pure food move ment and In line with the national 1pure food law Representative Llllard Is being congratulated on all slfles rl on this success In getting the bill throughM fcv BRIDGE WHIST J Upton Sinclair In The American V Magazine Writes About t The Craze it In the March American Magazine r Upton Sinclair wrttees of the life of the superrich Here is an Interest nig1 paragraph about bridge whist Then the good lady went on to tell him what bridge had come to be thro way from New York san s co how they had tables In their autos and played while they were touring over the world Once she saM I took a party I to see the Americas cup races oft l Sandy Hook and when we got back to the pier some one called out who Won And the answer wasnMias Bmys ahead but were going on this evening I took a party of friends through the Mediterranean and up the Nile and we passed Venice and Cairo and tho Pyramids and the Suez canal vaqd they never once i looked up they were playing bridge And you litei9r ally what I say I know a man who was from New York to tPPbIladelphfia and he got Into a game t x with some strangers and redo all way to Palm Beach to finish arPSWi LEGISLATURE Appropriates 30000 To Kentucky i1 Childrens Home Society at f r Louisville The bill appropriating 30000 to the Kentucky Childrens Homo Society came up as a special order in the Senate Monday Senator McNutt of Louisville asked that the bill be recommitted In order to give him time 1r4 to go to Louisville nod look into the merits of the increased appropriation 4raSenator Rives of Christian county McNutt motion be voted down Senu defended the bill and asked that the tor Watkins of Union county also de fended the bill which he said was 1lThile support of the which he characterized as one of the geatest works in tho State This sen tlrnent was also voiced by Senator Oliver of Allen county k Senotor McNutt carefully withdrew 4ti his motion amid much cheering unaniniouccs hastllreadyd 1StSSSSCOUNTRY FAIRI t1 fToBe Held At Versailles During The f Coming Summer There is an active movement on foot to organize a fair association In l Woodford county to hold an oldfash t ioned country fair in Versailles next ri summer and if It proves a success to make It a permanent Institution The grounds and amphitheatre of the old Versailles Fair which were dis continued about fourteen years ago It are still intact and can by le- aseiffomtheir d present owner The grounds contain one of the fastest mlle trades in the State j I t DEATH fr mComes To ExMember Of the Leglsla ture at Warsaw Hon Benjamin F Furnish who at anid i State A3 t sembly Is dead at his home ra War Jti saw aged seventy one years Abcnt JtPtO years ago he suffered a stroke iof paralysis from which he never recovered A widow and four chll i idrtlt aurylvea r r Sl JT If th per rile and The been e wind ished Re of tl Socle here ntshhe dress t a rail h list chu collection fc l orphans he care of the ty Died t1rmIU s of old tat the of her du liter n flaw Mrs trey near Oldhamjs Mill Mrs tlley aged 85 years Deceased wa dow of Granville Wiley who dietr r Harmony Owen county 19 years ago and is sale by those who knew her to have been a most estimable woman The al took place Thursday at H ny The Washingtons birthday tainment given Saturday night i Town Hall by the graded school der the direction of the Prlncli Mrs T C Duvall and her capable as sistants Misses Vlley and Grafft was greeted by a crowded house and every lone present passed a pleasant even ing The pupils engaged in the plays songs etc acquitted themselves very creditably Miss Anna Hill officiated atI he piano and added greatly to the Interest of the occasion It is to be regretted that our town can not afford a more suitable and commodi dos hall far such occasions Mr E W Coleman of Georgtown will move to our town on March the 1stMr J T Wash formerly of this place but now of Midway was in town Sunday Miss Kate Jones of Georgtown vis ited her sister Mrs Goddard wh has been very ill Mr O D Bourne has bought Airy E P Oldhams house and lot and will move into same March 1st The Misses Alsop of Long Lick visited their sister Mrs Jesse Parry Saturday and attended the entertain ment Saturday evening Mr M Hawe has sold his property sand moved to Lexington last week Mr Lewis Wiley was the purchaser and will take possession this week and will conduct a rioter butcher shop and livery stable SCOTT IICIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIO- NCLERKCRRIER An examination for clerkand car rier will be held at the postofflce In this city on March 18 1908 Age limit 18 to 45 years on the date of the examination Married women will not be admitted to the examination Unmarried women will be auhiitted to the examination but are for appointment only as clerk Applicants must be physically sound and male applicants must be not less than 5 feet tour inChes i height without boots or shoes aldI weigh not less than 125 pounds with Ut overcoat or hat For application blanks and for full information relatives to the examina lions duties salaries vacations pro motions etc address immediately J M WILLIAMS Secretary Board of Civil Service Ex aminers Postofllce Frankfort Ken tuckyI DELEGATION Here Wednesday From Louisville To Urge New Child Labor Law A delegation from the Child Labor Association of Louisville were her and appeared before the Immigration Committee of the House of Represen tlves to urge the passage of the bill now pending before that body Tor the regulation of child labor In the State This action was decided upon h the Executive Committee of the elation which held a meeting at th WelsslngerGaudbert building in Louisville Tuesday night The bill pro can work In a factory and pat be tween the ages of fourteen sad tic teen unless they have a certain degree of education PARK CITY To Take The Place of The Falls City In Kentucky River A deal is on at Evansville Ind the purchase of the steamer Par City to go ito Louisville to torte tho place of the Falls City in the Ken river trade The boat is owned by the Evansville and Green River Packet Company and plies between BvanavHle Indiana anil Bowling Green Kentucky t 1 1erat Roc Board hlut pa and f return takento- z to St Iwass ylsitcfdjy fig occasion rip to Louisville Sunday a special car in record- e over the I and L trac r the 118 miles between the being covered in exactly four Superntendent J Greely a PresdentBH2flltnNTAOAOO anowree President W L Lyons of the fcmpany who accompanied the party were highly elated over this teat The Legislative party was in charge of Maj C W Longmire Ser genatatArms of the House and his assistant Charles parrish Among those who went were M C Rankin Commissioner Agriculture and hi secretary P ofI Shy Caldwell Norton G N Mooroman members of the State Board of Agriculture Senator J W Newman secretary of the Kentucky State Fair Senators G T Wyatt and Sam H Peters Representatives Hugh Mahin W H Shanks E B Beard O H Brooks F M Hutchinscn Jr L W Arnett F E Graves Frank Brown C W G Hannah E Meyer S J Patrick R L Harris G L Perryman J T Davis J H Jackson W H Strange W N Brown Jr S L Givan Garfield Moore A T Knox T E FInley D P Taggart Several ladies were also in the party AUDITOR JAMES Made Defendant In Injunction Suit Over Land Patent Tuesday Auditor FP James became one of the defendants In the first injunction suit that has been filed against he Register of the Land Office since the new administration took charge of the affairs of State G W Daniel of Louisville Is made Erea of Louisville of which W C Priest is president is the plaintiff Danna survey of 100 acres of laud owned by the company at the headquarters of Buffalo creek in Cla county since 1889 and to euueavorlng to secure a patent of the land from Auditor James The company prays for a restraining order enjoining the Auditor from is ulng the patent and Mr Daniel from attempting to secure it The suit Is flied in the Franklin Circuit Court as the State Fiscal Court SIGHTSEEING Party From Johnson School At Lex- Ington Here Wednesday thoe nnt span The party was in charge of Prof Barry Bullock principal and left Lexington at 8 oclock in tho morning over the interurban line AssemY hisewere visit ed The return trip was made leaving here over the interurban at 330 oclock and arriving in Lexington a 5 oclock in tho afternoon The brief of Attorney General Breathitt and associate counsel for the State of Kentucky on the appeal of Berea College from the decision of the Kentucky Court of Appeals susj talning the constitutionality of the act separatektiled With the clerk of the Supreme Court Thursday It Is maintained that Kentuckys police power gives tHe right to pass such a law and that coeducation of tho races would re suit In social equality which would blot out both J V lire nij a the an edge nog it is nogless and the ua3 gone awry The puiMi bowl holds carnations And the South is going dry NORMAL SCHOOL House Committee On Education Re ports Favorably On Bill To Use Old State Capitol The House Committee on Educa ion No 1 has voted favorably on the bowling bill to donate the present State buildings for the purpose of a normal school and carrying with it an appropriation of 5000 with which to make the necessary changes In the hi Uding Senator William Lindsay spoke before the committee Thursday memIbelspre served with the historic memories clinging around them The eapeJal fitness of Frankfort as a place for a law school which would be conducted In connection with the normal was referred to as here the Senator said the students in law would have the advantage of the State law library the sessions of the Legislature and the arguments of the leading attor nets of the State before the Appellate CourtMayor Hume also spoke for the bill and urged that favorable action be taken on it JUDGE STOUT Delivers a Vigorous Charge to The Woodford County Grand Jury At the opening of circuit court in Versailles Monday morning Judge Robert L Stout delivered a vigorous charge to the grand jury on the sub ject of the lawlessness growing out of the tobacco question He rend to the jury one of the threatening let ters mailed from Georgtown last week growersyers in Woodford county and charged the jurors to make every possible effot to ascertain the identity of the writer and of the le tern and to Indict them if evidence could be secured no matter how high their posi tion or Influence So far as tins court Is concerned he said no man need expect ito escape punishment beqause of any sympathy Judge Stout spoke for half an hour on the subject of lawlessness la the State and its injurious effect r CAR SHOOTER GETS A YEAR Lenney Lirerell a young white man who tired a pistol into a oar on the Lexington and Versailles interurban allrosd and slighly wounded a pas senger was sentenced to one year in the penitentldry In the Circuit Court at Versailles Wednesday morning 5f- Jal I atWTiIlooorT l h year we lay in a Fresh ck of Reeds as that is the iray for us to be sure of productiveness You itter nuke sure of the of your years work epdsIdour time plnseedyn value besides these Ones cost no more b other kind 50011 liatld a complete linttil Seeds of all varier in bulk and packer Lowest Onion Sets Js T lIICorller iiraWho Will Be President This is a Presidential Year and very man must read to keep post ed on politics Th- eCourierJourna Henry Watterson Editor Is a Democratic News paper but it prints the news as it develops One dollar a year is the price of the Weekly CourierJournal But you can get that Paper and the RoundabouBoth For 150 IF you will send your order to This Paper Not to The Courier Journal Daily CourierJournalv a Weekly- CourierJournal 200 a Year We can give you a combination Cut Rate on these if you will write this paper enclosing cash with order rf- CAPITAL HOTEL 7 E B WEITZEL MANAGER Special attention given to the transfer of baggage Use either phone Oldest and best hostelry in tho city I Am Ready To Make The Best PHOTOSA- nd all styles of Portraits and FrankfortBridge igrnpner s HTf MATTERN Liquors and Where to Buy Them The Pure Food Law will not affect us We always did butStraightGEO It SALESDER 46 St CIa PERKINS TRANSFER C I 9 All kinds of Hauling in J duding Moving Household1 Goods Freight Baggage c J PRINCIPAL OFFIC L S N FREIGHT OFFICE PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY I4 DR C A FISH PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OfflceTodd Building at St Clair Street Bridge BOTH PHONES 427 3 KENTUCKY HIGHLAND RAILROAD Beginning Wednesday December ifcth the Kentucky Highland Railroad Co put on a regular passenger traim between Frankfort and Old Crow The construction of the road ts jfillville Is being pushed as rapidly ar posible when the service will be extended k to Old Taylor and Mlllville Train leave Frankfort at 6 oclock am daily except Sunday return w eng leave Old Crow at 5 p xa Double dally passenger service will bo put on between Frankfort and Mill yule as soon as the construction is completed probably about January 1stThe following rates obtain Cllfflside Jet 10 Trumbo 1k Gardners 20e Old Crow 2Se1 Old Tailor 30t Millville 3k Minimum charge 10c t Commutation ticket books good fat 54 trips and good only for use in cal endar month isued and for the person to whom isued i Between Frankfort and Old Croif J500 jtBetween Frankfort and Old Taylor 600 r Issued by P F MANNNO Supt Approved by 3 S BUSH Pres TIleFranKrort Bou 1 Entered at the postotllce at Frankfort tucks assecond class mailable matter the FRANKFORT PRINTING COMPANY forj INCORPORATED HUBERT VREELAND Pres and Mgr M D COYLE Secretary SId Treasur ed TERMS SIOO IN ADVANCE r FRANKFORT FEB 29 190 Although the Bfeislature has passed but few bills during itho present session the members are to be can gratulated on the of the Edu catloiml Bill which pas an jproprlatlon of a half n p n dolhrsa for several of the educational insUfl tiitidns of the State Kentucky has n been much criticised for her lack progress along educational lines but tl the clouds are at last lifting and Ken on ttuCkY Is in a fair way to take a pros f font position among her sister State a1r neveink8k been lacking in strong tmen and talented women but unfortu- 6nately B politics has played its part in + thepaat It has been a source oftl veinbanussment to Kentuckians that lathis State has tor some time stood Eiii the fortysecond place In the scending in scale of Illiteracy The aew t measure Is practically certain to b designed by the Governor and who s the law becomes operative It will do w much toward dissipating the preju t dice that has existed against the Stat of land toward placing her where she Justly belongs and where she should cJ1IVO been for the past twenty years i Jf the Legislature accomplishes noth 1 ing more during the present session it Rrt1U at least have rendered the State j 1 great service from an educational tandpolnt h fil We are Pleased to make the an f nouncement that we have contracted- j r o r the necessary equipment to make or tthe plant of the Frankfort Printing Company one of the largest and best f an the State outside of Louisville The 5 management has purohiased a large t tMiehle press with a capacity of 2500 i jan hour and also additional linotypes V The company will endeavor to pub iilsh one of the best afternoon dalles JLn the State and the weekly will short ra rbe without a peer in Kentucky l the printing and binding departments iiare being equipped with the latest I sand best machinery and the Frankfort Printing Company will bo prepared work as can t goodito turn out as done in the State This company moW employing thirtythree persons I and this force will be Increased within iItbe neXt few weeks The new machin y ery will be installed within the next The Kentucky Law Reporter ii thirty days is also being Improved and the lawyers of the State who subscribe for this publication will find It to be one qIJ the best in the country future It will be out strictly on time- and all cases will be promptly and accurately reported v leNo zeal Democrat can rejoice over ofa Republican to the irithe election Senatorrin a State that is normally Democratic majority True Democratsby a large can not help but deplore the coadl ddons that lead to the defile t of the regular Democratic nominee The defeat of Gov Beckham Is but the alter math of the feeling of unrest tiered by practical politicians during the past five years and which was r lastbroughtstate campaign Now that the ferial fight is over it behooves Democrats to get together and start afresh But they should bear in mind that the people are alert and If would restore Democracy to Its former noorings In this State they must r the advancement of Koatuck3s in wrests and not dn the Interest of any man or sot of men who have personal l axes to grind 1 f The Farmers Institute held at Becks Hall in Louisville Friday and Saturday did not attract as many f i aers as was expected 1 f Themetlng was presided overfby- ACoee Johnson one of the inenwho l lro mu ens great vMpFbo t j1 new midnight clubs orgxe the purpose of Illegally put Caldwell Norton on the Board o culture Farmers Institutes thrive In the heart of a big especially when promoted an over by a lot of peon clans A 4I SOCIETY Continued from lag Mr MiwardCj Aia a ter jflkred Teurr home in Louisville after Mr Wm J Gorman and fl Mrs William A Lewi BillIe returned Thursd- to their home at lin le a visit of soy HpP with li Mr JohJi r on KeiJ Avenue Rev L N l GL Louisville comes this moSM w short vlst with Dr E Carl l Hrae and famili Goaway street Mrs W W Darnell oE Loulsvlll spent Thursday here the guest of Mr James S Darnell and family it Mr Wm J Dudley of Cincinnati spent Sunday with his sister Mrs E Rodman Mrs Ernest W Gullion spent the week in Hardin county the guest ofT H L English and family1JDINNER PARTY Miss Hazel ORear one of theh belles of the younger set entertained delightful fashion with a five course dinner on Wednesday evening it her Soutbside home The decora ions were white and green which not was carried out artistically In white oses and ferns Those who enjoyed the hospitality the Miss ORear were Miss Cheatham Rodman Miss Priscilla Williams Miss Francis Saffell and Misses Ruth and Brownie Robertss11Mr and Mrs W G Chapman who have been spending several months n Tryon N C for the benefit of Mr Jhapmans health have returned homeelMiss Annie Logan Muir of Bards town has concluded a visit with Judgq and Mrs J P Hobson on Shel br streetelMr and Mrs William Cogar of lidway were the guests last week Mrs Will RaUeytlMrs J T Shanklin has returned to Fleming county after a visit with her of usband Hon J T Shanklln at cjie Capital Hotel Rev and Mrs George Heer and llt le daughter of Louisville were uests of Rev Joseph and Mrs Severance the past week Is Mrs Jesse Nichols and daughter Elsa Josephine arrived this week for visit with Representative Jesse Nichols Mr Tom Hall spent several days his week With his mother in Nelson count Captain Jackson Morris and bride o mot IBPJJCI B xuojj emoq In ass two weeks IMrs William Cannon and little laughter Florence are the guests of Irs Cornelia Bush at Juniper Hill or few days Mr and Mrs R C Huntsman of icottsvllle have concluded a visit with Mr Earle Huntsman and faint 11 Mr and Mrs W L Wdlllama and aughter Mary are back home from a 1visit with Mr Williams motner in arrodsburg KyIMr Alex Johnson of was the guest of friends in the clt3I this week- Miss Annie Mason of thi county Is kiting friends in Louisville Miss Ella Noonan who has been the guest of her sister Mrs J Price Wit lams in Louisville has returned home Misses Mary and Gertrude Shaw are back from a visit with friends in Lexington Miss Coranelle Crutcher was visit ng relatives in Georgetown this wee Mrs F L Smith and son Clarence of Lexington were the guests of Mr 1Franlt R Smith and family 5n Main treet this week Mr Weber Salyers a student at the Kentucky University at Lexington 1was the guest of his mother the past week 0Mrs Crecelius and daughter who have been visiting in Falmouth are tack and are with Mrs Coleman IYMr and Mrs H A Gretter have turned from a short stay in Louis kvUle John G South and Miss Rober Cox have returned from a stay of two weeks with friends in Washing ton City Mrs Richardson of Louisville is guest of her father Dr Lee Crutcher In the county Mr and Mrs Joe VanMeter who have Keen the guests at the Capital lotelXhave returned to their home In ouisvllle Mrs Hti B MilUHia of Ireen has concluded vjsit with Mrs WUllam crpmweIi hoSouthside I eS presitJUl1 only in hey have been saved r ncreasing volume for tw and they have made man wet ich The potatoes intended for see be put in cold storage bear sprout that is to say in Febru pry and March The cold storage firms- all know how to keep them and they come out In July or Augusi just as hey were when stored They shouli be planted before the eyes show Elch will occur in four or five days If I lived out In the Interior 01 State I would certainly grow ncugh second crop to supply any ounty with seed It would pay ad all my neighbors well if oheyh use second crop seed once theyt1 would not hale Northern seed orS first crop seed as a gift The second crop seed makes for earlier bette and larger spring crops Everyr farm in the State should have at least one barrel put in cold storage for his own planting Then the would no only harvest the best table potatoes arth for winter and spring use but would have the best seed for sprini and second crop planting The bee to plant on heavily manured lane- August 1st on rich clover sod 20tl July rt Is very important to plant at the rIght timer September 1s usually dry Sometimes a good rain does not come tm the last of the month or the first reek in October If the potato field still green then as li will be If the planting was done late in July he results of the rain will b easton sing Two weeks without frost after good September Tamil will ofiten uadruple ithe yield Planted later than August 10th the crop Is likely to be cut short bj freezing weather In my opinion Kentucky could ad should be the greatest potato State in America It can grow two rops with onefourth the abor of pa crop of tobacco ADVERTISED LETTERS The following Is the list of letters emalnlng uncalled for in the Frank art Ky postofflce for the week end ig February22 Adams Mrs Lulle Allen Fred C J Allen Fred Allen Mrs J P Baker Joej Ball JohnMB- a1l1nger Mrs Bettle 2 Beverly Wm Coli Brown W N Sr Brownes Hattle Burns Oliver Chandler PearljCooper Lee Dalton David Daniel Rev C W Donovan Mrs Beckio Doss Mrs Velma i j Dunlap Mrs Mollie Dunlap Elleck V V Eades Thomas P r Ellis Miss Leena jEverts Jesse Ferasuri E SCFrench Quinn f Gaden Ebb Gary Walter IjT Gilbert Albert Glass Mrs Emma Hopkins T 1 Hays Mrs Isaac 1 leHeaton Bob Hecks Tom r Hogan HarrIsonI r James I M I Johnson Mra Berths Vf s Johnson Mrs May J f1Kisses JrC J V LgLowell James T McNelly Miss MaryR6s0 H kcNelly Miss V tt4y iiz t leer dress cal grate died burns She An alarm fro ox N ping and Washington day evening at six ocloE Fire Department to the re Dr Jno G South on Wappln where the flue burned out N 1 qgp was donejThe Frankfort Orchestra let erday afternoon for Lawrenc burg where they furnished the music last evening for a subscription Leap Year dance given the young ladies of thai city The Isew York grand jury which a been investigating the affairs o Provident Savings Life Assurance Society Friday returned two Indict vents against E R Thomas and one gainst O F Thomas charging them with misdemeanors in violation of the or Mate Insurance law It was rumored in Washington Friday that it was the fixed purpose of he Inndependence League to nom nito Theodore Roosevelt for President 01 tho platform outlined at the Hearst onyehtion in Chicago last week EMMA GOLDMAN Immigration Officials Will Watch For Anarchists Appearance In Chicago If Emma Goldman the anarchist ap has11beenIt was declared gration officials that when Miss Gold man left the United States last year and went to Europe she cut herself off from this country and orders were Slven bythe Immigration Bureau that the should be arrested and deported upon her return If she is now In this country it is said that she must rave evaded the immigration officers The oflicers declare that if she ap pears in Chicago next week they will it once seek orders to arrest and deport her CIRCUIT COURT Of Ohio County Is Reversed By Appel late Court The Court of Appeals Judge Hbbson writing reversed the Ohio Circuit Court in the case of the Chesapeake and Ohio and isouhtwestera Railroad vs The Commonwealth The action Was for franchise tax for 1896 and 1897 This court remands the case and directs Judgment against appellant for 1896 and against the Illinois Central its lessee In 1897 II FRANCHISE Tax Cases Are Upheld Charlie Johnson Gets New Trial On Charge Of Murdering James Boggs In the case of the Illinois Central v the Commonwealth from the Frank- lIn Circuit Court and the State Fiscal Court the judgment sustaining fran shlse tax bills for the years 1897 1898 s upheld The court follows the rul- Ing in the case of Coulter Auditor v the Commonwealth 113 Kentucky Reports The court reversed the Lawrence Circuit Court In the case of Charlie Johnson v the Commonwealth The appellant was given a life sentence on the charge of killing James Boggs The court reverses on admission of ncompetent evidence Judge Settle writing the court af mined the Shelby Circuit Courtin the case ot W H Tipton v the City of Ihelbvllle The action Involved the alfdtr9nn issue of 30000 of b ott f r r 1J More of Those Coats Left You will have to come quick ifyou wantto take advantage of this opportunity just think J YouCan Save Just 1300 on a 2500 Coat k r 1 1OOO on a 2000 Coat 825 on a 1500 Coati h 575 on a 950 These Coats Styles for the 1SeasonBuy one and lay it awaywYt f BIG SAVINGS IN EMBROIDERIES ff inch wide Edr yarn 7inoh wide Edge at lOc yyrlyd Corsit Cover Embroideries 25cyurd i fIVOI l MARDI GRAS 11I2046 ew Orleans and return 1915 Mobile ndj 1 1 return from Georgetown Ky via f Queen Crescent Route j1 + t1returZIng fIJust Received 7tir iIAnother Lot of the Famous i i J ij d McGREWSHINGLES ff Ij 1 r BAMMOlfDtlCO t I I r I b liTI f l 1ut K tt CtE6ly1IRED Tttoe llAAlt I WeARS LIKE IRONSJ k While around the fireside these winter evening mak IUVfe your preparations for spring painting papering and house 4 cleaning generally I carry the Green Seth Paint used here J twelve veers and the fantousJapal c Am also agent for Alfred Peat s Prize Wall Papers The ii 1908sample books which I now have and would be pleaded to send to your home A postal or can over phone t bring them w jN1 are FRANKCSTftBG 1- f 1- I tr t Hardware Paints Oils JJ Glass i2IO i ANN STREET 3h IWE PRINT ANYTHING jf ifl t y tJ MooHiJ SOCII f 1 1 l I CalendarMARCH 3 Mr A D Martin will enter j talc the members of the Gen eral Assembly at his residence i Capitol Avenue and Main treetI Tuesday afternoon from fours to f r six oclock j r The Y M I will entertain t n with a euchre and dance Tues day evening at their hall en Main street I1ARCH4t Lofting Club will be en I tertained by Mrs J W Gayle and Mrs CR Hudson at the home of Mrs Gayle on Wash fi ington street Wednesday after noon ICJ ASSEMBLY GERMAN sThe last Assembly German of the Aeries was danced last Thursday even kipnS at the Capital Hotel These have f een the most delightful of any ger i r Vanans given in recent years The j4 Frankfort Orchestra was at its beat lf and several guests from various citie l swore present 7 Among the guests were Mr Pren t t 7l ce ORear and Miss Hattie e Bells JrUqUa Mr Carl Quintell and s i 4Pi ntz Mr Edmund H Taylor Jr and Miss Gladys Rodman Dr C A 11i vFlsh and Miss Dowling Mr J J Green1eaa1d Miss Madge Burnam George Gayle and Miss Mary Swl JfMi Hendrick Mr John Graves and Barnes Judge William DowllngC Msss ArUe Rlpy of Ijurg Mr Ben and Miss Joss ephino Hughes Mr Baldwin Itespe- i and Mrs John South Mr H PlIaSonr Y tand Mifi3 payne Mr Pruett Graham r and Miss Lettie Lee Peter of Louis J Tllle Mr D D Smith and Miss Gladys V Griffith Mr QuiD Cogar aad Mrs J eSamxtnokr e ii 4ko11 acid Miss C rrpUot Louisville i yir Will Montgomery and Miss Vir tirJginla Gray Mr Charles Clayton and C tlIISS ftiea Baquie of New Orleans Browp und Miss Louise Mr Bacon Blanton and tiait t a HughesVandJ C W BecKham Mr and Mrs WJIMfiR McAipln Mr and Mrs Clarence I Julian Mr and Mrs Ell H Brown I jf 9aDt and Mrs W F Dandridge GOvg l HumellMrsMrs H H Roberts Mr Mrs Ic J Cullough of Oweasboro Mrs Bulah JPr Mlmms Misses Carrie and Amelia of r KiWeltzel Mrs A R Burnam Mrs J f jW Gayle Col E Polk Johnson ora 1 ouisvllle judge Charles Carroll MrS S E James Mr and Mrs William Pruett Mr and Mrs Frank Stagg Mr Mr and MrsGeorge Harpe Mr and jSjwMrs Roblnson Earmer Mr and Mrs D Martin Mr and Mrs Silas Ma 1so Mr and Mrs Jackson Morris and Mrs ThuAnan Dixon Senator MiLee li Robinson Mrs H V Mc l Ghesney Dr and Mrs J W Hill Mr r J lf Alverson Mr Fred PJINFORMAL SKATINK BeattisI James gave an enjoyable l skating party on Wednesday evening tt for Miss Mary Swigert Hendrick and Kher guest Miss Lotty Lee Peter of I Louisville pr 5 KATING PARTY TO VERSAILLES Mr and Mrs J Buford Hendrick otw Mr and Mrs Tom Geary chaper wonad a large crowd ot boys and girlst ItoLexington last Wednesday even r mo g those who went were Mr Ms J Buford Hendrick Mr and i C 1l1and Tom Lena Geary Allen Misses Gladys Pauline Hena Sloanrn tie Lea Peter and Bertha Ummethun Messrs Bronston Kenney Edmund Taylor Dr J H Peamster Lo Roy Cttoate Chas Clayton Buford Henb drlck Race Mason Combs Hqward Ummiethun John Scott Ed niorid Power Jr Holtoh Llghtfoot Zack Tloma sop James Bartlett JanvHi rater Charles Johnson Rich ifIi IIl ard Marrs gate Bee Henry Wi LEAP YE The yoi- U very de Thursday e y ft I Hall and at mi a deilcibui salad lunch werelonan Yisftorspres e dancing nun baredrMiss Eliza ieler and Mr Merrick 1Un el and Mr R I Weindell Witt and Mr T M Suter r Horton and Mr Will Lane M Schroff and Mr Tack JDrennpp b essle Good win and Mr Porteiatfejgd Miss Nonie Goodwin and Mr Ernest Parrejnt Miss Margaret McLaughlin and Mr Clag Bart Miss Katherine Se hrocr and Mr Wm Loggie Miss Tiny Howard ant Mr Guy Howard Miss Eva Lut kemeier and Mr John Lutkemeler Miss Josle Schroff god Mr John Weld man Miss Mattie Norris and Mr C A Weindell Miss Lula Nelson and Mr Jack Dolan Miss Ellis Riddle and bar Joe Kernan Miss Julia Clem mons and Mr S W Howell Jr Miss CantyIMiSSMr Ike Kennedy Margaret Hall nan and Mr Walter Jeffers Miss Katie Hallnan and Mr Jno Fisher Mr and Mrs Tom Newman Mr and Mrs James Sullivan Mr and Mrs Clem Benninger Mr and Mrs W41 tam Newman Mr and Mrs William Lutkemeler Mrs Bonnell Misses Salyers The stags were Mr John W Gayle LC Jones Messrs Herman Klosterman Alex Schneider Emlta Bprnlnger A V Combs William Olberman Mr Wheeler Mr Kltziers and George Mattern The MrsEdward Humphaus and Miss Viola Perri Mr William Pugh and Miss Agatha Perri GEORGE WASHING TON EUCHREs T Mrs George Salendar entertained on the 22nd with a delightful euchre party The decorations were all on the George and little hatcbett order f things The tablejiad for its cen oered carnations Attach guest place was a small cannon with tiny shot of red candy The Ice cream brick had moulded on one end the number 22 and In the o her was stuck a small red hatchett Cakes bore little clusters of red cherries on- ach Red candles hooded in the same Pwere placed at the five points f the star In the parlors the tapers carnationsTheNewman Mrs Ben Marshall and Mrs Clem Benlnger MRS CLAYS DINNER Mrs Rogera Clay entertained at dinner last week for the wives of the of the Court of Appeals The dining room was a very beautiful one and the decorations of whlte and artistically carried out The tallies had for centerpiece a low silver basket filled with fruit The silver candelabra held white tapers hooded in green The Judges the Appellate Court were absent from home at the Louisville banquet Mrs Clay tendered the temporary widows with this happy compliment Those present were Mrs T J Nunn Mrs Henry S Barker Mrs W E Settle and Mrs J P Hobspn Several of the judges and their betters halves being out of the city their places were filled by Mrs J C W Beckham Mrs S J Shackleford and her guest iss Shelby Darnell of Lexington FOR LOUISVILLE VISITORS Misses Maria Tfabue and Bryan of Louisville were delightfully entertain ed on Saturday last by Bishop Churchill and Mrs Jennie Caldwell at the home of the latter on West Main street Tho Bishops culinary accomplish ments makes him the envy of both sexes and on this occasion he was at his best The table had a cherry tree loaded the toothsome fruit In the cen ar of the table and at its base a telltale hatchet One of the most important dishes an enormous cherry pie such Billyboy must have been satisfied with and when the silk flag was unfurled from over this monster of a plo the applause was entirely satis factory to the tickled ears of Mr the genial and popular Mrs Jennio Cardwell Capt Thotdore Wylle Miss Joe Murphy Mr Richard McClure and Misses Tra hue and Bryan of Louisville were present r If by pres hffnul Lamdridge LawrenaeW Franl Franc Brown rat Misses re t- heA0 see son from Shakfe Kst week The scenaK f Henry V from the tjL aft Venice The Tam ing ow Romeo and Jul let Hfl Rdo About Nothing As YoB fc It and The Tempest Miss HEllwanger of this city who is raHmly Southern girl attend ing the sclool was given the part of Juliet Dayton exchanges were lavish in their praises of the schools work This school and one for boys is a branch of the famous Porter school in Marmington Conn and it gives promise of equalling the mother branch in attendance and character VISITING GIRLS One of the handsomest receptions given on the 22nd was Miss Vir ginia Nunns in compliment to the visitors of Miss Jennis Farrish Rail ley Misses Scott and to Miss Elsie Leavey of Fayette county The reclvlng line were Miss Nunn and the visitors who all donned Col onial costumes for the occasion Large silk flags decorated the doors and windows Underneath the silken canopy two frappe tables were placed These were presided over by Misses Genevieve Posey and Henen ORear The delightful menu gave evidence of the day in all the courses About seventy five guests called during the afternoon t t MARRIED OXDIES EUCHRE CLUB V MesdameS R W DehoneyandChar les Weltzel were the hostesses for the Married Ladies Euchre Club which met at Mrs Dehoneys home at Elk Place For theo occasion the house was decorated with yellow tu and ferns The were woh 131Saen4erMrs J A Sullivan This closes the series of club meet ings until after Lent IN HONOR OF PERSONALS Mrs Charles Weaver of Louisville Is visiting friends here this week Miss Marie Bailey has returned to Louisville after a visit with Mrs Henry Burnett Mr Arthur Herring 6 Lexiagtonr was the guest this week of Mr HUe Gooch Mr rand Mrs M B Eubanks of Lincoln county are the guests of Senator R L Hubble in this city Miss Keith King of Shelby villet is the guest of Miss Viola Polgrove on Ann street Mr Sam Stone Bush Jr of Louis ville spent a day or so in the city this week on his way to Flemings burg Ky Mrs William Cromwell la spending a few days with hir niece Miss Marie Wllldn in Cincinnati Miss Mary Belle Edwards of Ver satlles has concluded a visit wirs Mrs James M Saffell on the South SideMrs viola Stone and Mrs Birch Hdllingsworth of Princeton havebeen the guests of Mrs William Morris on Ann street Miss Elizabeth Calvin of Ashland has concluded a visit with Hon and Mrs J T Shanklin at the Capital Hotel Miss Martha Chapman oft Louisville is the guest of Mrs J P Hobson on the South Side Mrs Bowen S Henry has returned from a visit with relatives in Indiana polls Ind Mr Lawrence Hager of Central University and Mr Brutee Hager of Prof Throlkelds school at Nicholas yule spent several days last week with their parents Judo and Mrs S W Hmger Roy T F Tttilaferrof and wife have concluded a visit with th lr dautfhterj I1iiIIi1 r Miss Kend Hitt ed r Convent Lexin eli Mrs anner has returned froym a vis tlL friends la Lexing ton Messrs Waitman Taylor Harvey Roberta Mentall Lablvitz all of Hick man Ky the guests last yeek of Mr James Hicks at the Frankfort N B Hays was called to Provi dence this week by a telegram an nouncing the death of Mr John Montgomery the father of Mrs Hays Misses Mary and Gertrude Shaw have returned from a visit with Lex ington relatives Mrs Dulin Moss and Miss May noI IndlanapoIilsMiss Teresa McDermott of Paris is the guest of her sister Mrs J P and Mrs H D Benedict of St Louis are ithe guest of Mrs Benedict and family la the county Mrs J D Carroll and little son were the guests of relatives in New Castle this week Miss Hayden of Lexington n has recently concluded a visit with the Misses Shaw on Ana street Mrs Tom Gerry and little daughter Legrand have returned from a visit with Lexington relatives Senator and Mrs Sam Peters are back from a stay of several days at Indianapolis lad Mr Elias Gardner and Miss Moseby of Louisville are visiting Mr and Mrs John YRay on the South Side Miss Holbrook of Owenton is visiting Miss Jeanie Farrish Rallley on the South Side Mrs Harry Tandy and Mrs J H Stewart were In Lexington two or three days this week Mrs Rankin has returned to her home in Lebanon after a weeks visit with Miss Emmie Scott Mr Lounsburry of Stamford Conn has concluded a visit with his daugh ter Mrs Will P Hudson on the South Side Mr Charles E Ellwanger spent say eral days in Louisville this week on business Mdsses Ellen and Ethel Wither spoon of Versailles returned home this week after spending several days wlithe Misses Scott On Shelby Margaret Laughlin of Lexington spent several days this week as the guest of Miss Bess Goodwin Miss Letty Lee Peters returns Wednesday to her home in Louisville after a week visit with Miss Mary Swigert Hendrick Mr Frank Fehr of Louisville was among the visitors here this week Miss Ruth Stoll has returned to her home In Louisville after a weeks visit with Miss Florie Rodman Mrs Gus G Coulter of Lexington has concluded tv visit with Col 1A Scott and family and other friends in the city Mrs George Baker has returned from a short stay with her daughter Miss Anne at Science Hill CoL E Polk Johnson of Louisville was among the visitors here this A R 1bam and Miss Madge Burnham of Richmond spent several days this week with Senator A R BurnhamMrs William Williams of Irvine spent the week with her sister Mrs John AiBull Miss Mary Belle Taylor spent the week 3n Henderson as the guest of Miss May Cunningham Mr Frank Phillips of Louisville spent Sunday with his parents Mr ands Mrs Eugene Phillips Misses Mariei Trabue and Elizabeth Bryant have returned to their homo in Louisville after a weeks viftit With Miss Joe Murphy wr 1 Continued on page 4 t 1j 1- 4itTLSSpecia1 l 9J1BoysNo 60 Ribbon lOc yd No 40 Ribbon yd Manhattan Cambric 121c yd 0LADIES HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS I IOcand 15c II if Guytif IIBBookseller iIISt Dhones 4 U U luul r ++++ m + THE BEST BBEHD ISMADE FROM PRIDE OF MADISON FLOUR r IT rASK it l YOUR 4 GROCERY For Hay Straw Salt Seeds Potatoes andP odup e Cal10nj HEISE SONS ST CLAIR STREET Both Phones m Buy Real Estate Either farm lands or oity proporty are alwaysWgood inyeatmeiitB if reasonable care is taken in making a selection Just at this time we have ati large list for sale and are prepared to offer some special bargains If you want either to buy or sell come and see us L B roaisfrall Cpr t Heal Estate anf Loan Ms t r i r KENTUI g ENTERTAINED IN WASHINGTON NOTES OF INTEREST HERE tt FROM MRS iAYRES WEEK LY LETTER Mrs Daisy Fitzhugh Ayres writing xfrom Washington to the Courier rf Journal has tae following notes that VfiU be of Interest to friends In H Stankforttfhk 4 Nava aponsors Reunion iy The most unique incident of the ityeek In Washington has been the first annual reunion of the American Society of Naval bsors composted tf ft large proportloB young women who have enjoyed tne distinction of- r christening one df Uncle Sams great battleships Out of the 175 women Who have been so complimented not Baaay more than two score however have Joined the permanent organlzal- t Lion Miss Annie Keith Frazier the beautiful young daughter of the Sea atcr from Tennessee was one of the chief promoters of the scheme She herself was sponsor for Tennessee Mrs John G South then Miss Chris ft tin Bradley daughter of the Govern if or Kentucky christened the battle 1 ship Kentucky with water from the spring on Lincolns home in Larue- J county These young Indies are prom rent this week in the many social functions incident upon the unique re union The organization occurred o- nfh Wednesday at the New Willard The Delegates were all received personally fc bj the President and were present at pastrrv ii eek Mrs South and Mrs Cox tBy long odds the most feted Ken- tuckiansP in Washington for a week have been that biiice of Frankfort XT beauties Mrs John G South and Mdss Roberta Stockton Cox here fox te celebration of the battleship spon r sorts They stopped at the Willard and every single hour almost of their stay was marked by some gay social r engagement Senator Paynter gave ft the young ladies a luncheon in the v Senate cafe of the Capitol with Sena 0 tar Guggenheim one of the richest den in America as a guest Mr Jas Harvey Gorman formerly of Frank 1fort entertained at dinner in their Wllio ier f gave a box party to them at which F souse of the guests were Mr John C C Mayo of Palntsville Mr Dor ffi agar Representative Slemp of Big Stone Gap Mr Mayo was host at 7 supper at the New Willard in coaipll 4 meat to ithe Frankfort ladies Repre v4 tentative Slemp gave them a luncheon t the Capitol There were present at an afternoon tea given by the wife jjad daughter of Senator Frazier in cprnpllment to the battleship sponsors and at the reception at the Whiten House as well as at a theatre partyp Wednesday night given by Miss Mary Campbell of Birmingham sponsor for inkiilm tBeTwiMents ball at the New Willard oh Friday night and on two conseca tine Saturdays they attended brilliant balls at the Naval Academy ut Aanap oils And all this is a mere beginning Their telephone was seldom silent so cW greatly in demand have been these i two most attractive young women from the most attractive State i A Beauty From Kentucky ItOne of the Washington beauties is 3iisa Diana Ireland Norton of proud old Kentucky stock granddaughter of the late eminent Jurist Judge Ireland i of Ashland Miss Norton can sfng as beautifully as she can look and a X song recital by the fair Kentuckian was one of the important artistic and social events of the week The young chanteuse has a rich and flexible sop1 rano voice highly cultivated She numThers with skill and grace Among the l patrons of the interesting occasion were Senator McOreary Mrs Sam Ireland Governor and Mrs J C S Blackburn Mr and Mrs T A Wick j cremate Senator and Mrs Paynter Justice and Mrs Harlan Mrs Con trad Lyne Mr O O Stealey all from Kentucky Miss Kate Campbell of Nicholas MrstfP George received with her tffyt hortess atahandsoaietea Among the Kentucky niSM Mrs Con ineyopce lss thythe of Harjodsbufg Mrs Edwin Price and Miss Price Mrs jEastlp In Washington OneOf the notable visitors to Wash v fiftorf Mrs George B Eaat i flf jt I iv Iewho Is on her anp l a Sty t the Arlington Mrs jjfaito jt gays a Smartly ippointQd lu cfc Jn ic 8pMHient to her intimate pd JIr Gorge M Pullman of pt MJpo ntgtrntery Wight w JUREy Wa1assra rzYr i G100D t M ville was idT IPBRipany Mrs tin afcendei a luncheon given sham Hbrfisby land her daughtt Evans she has been entertait Baron sand Baroness von Sterna at the German embassy Miss Nannie Barbee of Danville dialect readgave a delightful negro ing at Chevy Chase this week She has been in flattering demand during her sojourn here Miss Barbee has been the guest of Capt and Mrs Chandler U S A Blackburns At Shonts Wedding Gov and Mrs Blackburn attendee the wedding of Miss Shonts to the Due de Chaulnes Ldeut Col and Mrs Hodges gave a delightful din nor in honor of Gov and Mrs Black burn Mrs M A Bayless tit Augusta Ky is enjoying the social diversions of Washington She assisted the wife ol Representative Beale at the latters reception this week Dinner To the Blackburns Distinctly the cleverest and most unique dinner of the season was given honor of Gov and Mrs J C S Blackburn of Panama by Mr and Mrs C K Berrymaa at their cosy home on Erie street Mr Berryman and the exSenator from the bam neck of the woods in Woodford county have been friends throughout all the life of the younger man Mr Berryman as A lad of seventeen came to Washington from Kentucky and began the drawing of his national fame with his wonderful pencil under the auspices of Senator Blackburn The dinner was a pictorial gastromic and social triumph of most original conceit with decorations aesthetically significant A completed Panama Canal wound its serpentine way across the table formed by mirrors bordered with palms mosses and tropical blossoms American and Panama flags floated together In triumph At one end of the table My Old Ken tucky Home loomed picturesquely a miniature log cabin with old tlme darkles sitting outside banjoes tur keys and coonskins giving a realistic touch Favors for the guests were tiny picks and shovels at each cover suggestive ofl the digging of the big ditch Mrs Berryman a most cordial hostess was handsome In a gown of white silk Mrs Blackburn wore white lace and some of her unique trinkets acquired In Panama Conversation was of the roost brilliant Among the guests of Mr and Mrs Berryman were Senator and Mrs Burkett Mr and Mrs W H Rapley formerly of Louis yule Mr and Mrs WJlllam N Stew art and Miss Yatemani Recent Visitors Recent Kentuckians here have been Mr and Mrs Henry W Barnes Mr and Mrs William Heyburn R D Wax fleld K V HoDInsworth R C Shel by N B Thompson ex Mayor Todd Jphn W Vreeland all of Louisville Miss Carr Newport iJiss Louise Todd Fort Thomas C K Wheeler 0 L Gregory 0 S Thomas all of Paducah P P Johnston George D Karsner William L Alcombreck J H Rutherford all from Lexington Ar thur Rouse df Burlington G W Cbbb exCongressman South Trimble of Frankfort LIBEL BILL Passed In Senate Monday By a Vote Of 32 To 3 The Cureton bill changing the code of practice in libel notions so that libel suits brought against newspa pers must be brought in the county where the paper is published the county where pintail resides or in the county where the alleged transac Ion took place Senator Cureton ex plained the Injustice now placed on newspapers by the present libel law The bill was paced by a vote of 32 to 3 Those w xvoted against the Mil were Senators J P Chtnn H S MaH and Nell f TO PREPARE MEMORBPDN LIF AND CHARACTER JF VICTOR s F BRADL At a meeting of the members of thi Scott county bar and the officers c the Circuit and County Courts held the office of the Clerk of the Scot Circuit Court at Georgetown Monda afternoon the following proceeding were bald Judge Jas F Askew wa elected chairman of the meeting an Circuit Clerk Geo S Robinson see retary A committee consisting o Judge Jas F Akew R E Roberts B M Zee and J M Ford were af pointed to draft resolutions on th death of Hon Victor F Bradley Th committee reported the following re We have heard with pol grant grief that Hon Victor F Brae ley died at his home in this city Sunday evening February 23rd 190 about 10 oclock p m after a brie illness of pneumonia Be it resolved that the chair appoint a committee o four members to prepare a suitabh memorial of the life and character o Mr Bradley and present the same the first day of the May term 190 of the Scott Circuit Court and hay the same spread on the order boo of this county Second That the members of th bar and the officers of the Circul and County Courts attend the funera in a body The resolutions were unanimous adopted The hair appointed Julg Bradley and Hon R B Franklin ommittee to draft the memorial MUCH INTEREST Manifested Here In Recent Nomln tions For Representative In Mason County Aa might be supposed great inter st was manifested here in the non nations made at Maysvllle for Rep esentative in the Legislature tofil the vacancy caused by the death o Representative Virgil McKnight o Mason county Both S A Sbanklin the Democratic nominee and Charlei Degman named by the Republicans are known in Frankfort It is sale by friends of Mr Shanklln that he has been tf strong antlBecklram man but his nomination Is also said to be acceptable to Gov Beckham and hi lieutenants It is conceded by Repub llcans here familiar with the sltuatioi that the nomination of Dogmah is very weak one land that there were many others who could have made a better race In that Democratic stronghold An interesting feature ol Mr Shankllns nomination is that in the event of his election there would be two sets of brothers in the Iow3i branch df the Legislature He is a brother of J T Shanklin present Re publican Representative from Flem lug county The two brothers now members of the House are J W Berk shire of Boone county and P W Berkshire of Daviess county Both ire Democrats and deskmates saEXECUTIVE Committee Of The State Bar Associa tion Met Here Wednesday The Executive Committee of the Kentucky State Bar Association held meeting here Wednesday to consider the lawlessness which now prevails In Kentucky and to try to bring about some change for the better The Law Reform Committee was nstructoi to look into and urge the passage of such laws as may tend io stop the preeenrcondlbiona is the tobacco sec Ions of the State The following members of the committee were pres ent T Kennedy Hem R A McDow sll JVB Baakin p L Thorptoa U 0 VJIIIBA C W Metcalf S D iiir eaBe it re mlttee sociatlot plores existing ti i Kentu t by the tobacco situ trge Us members to use fort to prevent and remec mg resulting itherefrom ana form Committee of this atlo is directed to meet and y col alder and urge the paiN f an measure before the GenerT ssemibl which will in its judgment tend U remedy and remove this condition o affairsSeveral bills have been introduce In which the bar association Is Inter ested but the Law Reform Committee has not yet decided on a bill whit will cure the troubles In the tobaccc growing districts of the State w Whats In McClures The March McCluros leads off wll an article on Governor Hughes I Burton J Hendrlck People knov so little about him has been the unl vernal complaint and Mr Hendrlcki article is a most timely turning on o the light Ellen Terrys monthly cot tributlon is a chapter called Memo les of Booth and Saah Burnhurd in which many other famous one flu ure besides the great American acts and the ethereal Miss Sarah Get era Plckctts widow in a charming ly intimate article My Soldier calls the part played by the gallan Confederate general in the Civil War Georgine Millmine in Chapter XI o Mrs Eddys Life tells of the foundlnf of the Mother Church and the adopt Ion of a son Sirs Eddy has reachec the age of seventy In this narrative but her extraordinary life seems t gain flavor with age The Cost o Living by George Kennan Is th history of an Institution which seem to have solved one of the most Im portant problems which confront th average man Besides Mary Stewari Cuttings serial there is the usua variety of Action Lucy Pratts Eze kieV figuresin a new story There it a characteristic story by James Hop per The Hate that Saved Th Clanging Hours by Grace MacGo wan Cooke and Caroline Wood MorrI son The Bank Clerks Tale bj Chalncy Thomas Emmellne bj Fielding Ball For All There Was It It by Austin Adams How Tone Earned the V C by Edward John stone Contributors of verse include Florence Wilkinson A E Housman Floyd Sell and Ruthello Anshutz Ther Is a cover and an Illustration bj Ivanowski a striking portrait from Life of Governor Hughes by George T Tobin and illustrations by Erie Pape Frederick Born Steele Blendoi5 Campbell and others ro RICHMOND Is Added To The Bluegrass League Which Bids Fair TorHave a Prosperous Season At a meeting held in Lexington Sunday night by representatives ol the Bluegrass League Richmond was added and makes the sixth in num ber of that organization Bylaws for the league were adopted and a reso lution passed for binding a member of a team in the league from jump ing to another team during the sea son The schedule of games for the sea son had been prepared but owing to the addition of Richmond this will have to be revised and it will be an nounced at the next meeting which jvlll be held at Lawrenceburg Sun Say March 8 The various clubs had the following representatives at the meeting last night Frankfort Messrs Wm J Kennedy and EVG Nell Lox ington Messrs Feiber and Sheets Lawrenceburg Messrs Searcy G C Huffman and M C Crane Shelby ville J Brown Versailles Messrs Meek and Held Richmond M C Kelly The typewriter user always expects more and better service from the RemingtonTypewriter than from any other writing machine He has reason to a right to and we want him to Remington Typewriter Company New York and Everywhere 246 4th Avenue Louisville to EXCEEDINGLY LOW BATES gO- NE WAY AND ROUND TRIP TO 7 THE WEST SOUTHWEST AND c NORTHWEST TAE HENDERSON ROUTE FROM LOUISVILLE KY HOMESEEKERSROUND Tickets on sale February 4th 18th- and lUrch 3d 17th Return Limit 25 days OKLAHOMA CITY2900ALA- MOGORDO NM 3500 DALHART TEXAS 3250 FT WORTH TEXAS 3250 SAN ANTONIO TEXAS 3250 EL PASO TEXAS 4150 COLONIST ONE WAY Tickets on sale Daily March lit to April 30th LxPORTLAND ORE4170SE- ATTLE WASHr 4J70 TACOMA WASH r 4170 SPOKANE WASH 4170 SAN FRANCISCO CAL 4070 LOS ANGELES CAL 4070 4u CORRESPONDINGLY LOW RATES TO OTHER POINTS For further information address PAUL ESCOTT Tray Pass Agent L J IRWIN Gea Pass Ageat LOUISVILLE KYJ La Vogue Styles For Spring JACKETS SHIRTS AND SUITS Jackets 55QO 650 were 760 1000 Suits 1200 1500 were 1500 2000 These Prices are Most Reasonable and Styles Correct Wash Goods SaleLinens Lawns Ginghams Scotch Zephyrs Etc THE OUT ON WHITE GOODS AND EMBROIDERIES WILL CONTINUE NEXT WEEK F J HEENEY t ID1LJlChasejB ridjil- fl IWGGtE311E IJRSOW r 307309 Main streetchahfs Both Phones 41 AiBIQ BROAD IMPORTANT AD ff VERTISING IDEA advertfatnglMea standing Is h most IntoresUJg deJ ly lopment in the advertising nerd toJ Pie credited to this decade It is noticeable that the idea of advertising as gained tremendously of late and hat it now stands alongside the high eat of the professions which have to tfo with the material growth and dej yelopment of this country and of the world The arts and sciences have come frankly and openly to the as t ITstance of business and the art of aHyertlslng being the most potent of sail the company has unassumingly i jjpakeh Us place In the front rank of this goodly company ofIA concrete example Illustrative of adftnent just perfected by one of the larglest shoe manufacturers In the prld to acquaint the public with the sbject of shoemaking according tp j the modern methods and with the IprpduQt of Its own factory The move 1Sono of the most Interesting and significant moves that have been made t iri the advertising field since It l squarely recognizes the principle that the best and most profitable adver psing that can be done Is based upon the proposition that the buyers must taken fully Into the confidence of the sellers and must be treated as they have equal right to full knowlr t edge ofIChe product to be sold them and all the processes of Its manufacture The George B Keith Company Oampello makers of the Walkover shoes are on the point of Inaugurat Ing an advertising campaign that will Ife remarkable In many ways but la none moro remarkable than that It js j palpably In response to a welldefined demand for more full andex 1pibJlo of shoes and a recog of the educative qualify that is now demanded of the great adver It rsThiB company has completed Ulustrarprocesses maltI and they are soon to be In a long list ot the best 1ilJgrdevl11e theatres throughout the These pictures are the re Sl11tof twentyseven months of con etant study and experiment on the ppart of the photographers employed nitt oC the Edison Company which is had the difficult problem of de islng some form of electric light that would servo to light the work rooms r i and the iumsjOKtL r 4 photographers for other work would serve for obvious reasons But the problem has been solved and those who visit Keiths Boston theatre during the Boston Old Home Weel cele bration July 28August 3 can gee the process 6f shoemaking as It Is practiced at the Keith factorjes fully and truthfully Illustrated from the skin td the finished shoe The project Is much wider than the mere showing oi moving piciurea In the ItheJltresl It dnvolves showing them for the benefit of pupils In edu cational Institutions all over the coun try and a competent lecturer will ac company the pictures when they are used for this purpose This Is In response ito a demand that has been making for a long time and this has steadily grown more and more Insist Ive The Keith Company has on file requests of this character that will keep at least one outfit of the moving pictures busy alll the time There will be descriptive lectures prepared by the best authorities and which will be furnished to school authorities to be read as the pictures are jhown at times When It Is Impossible for he regula lecturer to accompany the pic tures The pictures close with a showing of the throng of workmen leaving the Keith factory and the lecture will give fats regarding It as well is a summary of the history of shoes from the time of Moses to the presen day ADVERTISING FOOLOSOPHY For want of good copy the sales are lost for want of the sales the bust ness los for want of the busi ness all is lost Success In advertising writing doesnt dent so raucTi on how much you write as how much you ttar up Dont put your foot In the cogs youre apt to upset the machine and poll your foot IThlnt twice before cutting the price =you may be cutting your throat Instead ICu out the hilarity and highballs and get down to hustling and hard knocks Many conscientious people pay the debts to others that they owe themselves Have hope even ff you are at the end of the ropethe rope may break Good copy should neither need Im agination nor certain oxeraggeratlon Some people wait all their lives and never get that inspiration Magazines are ammunition maga iznes for the advertiser Keep the kettle boiling by keeping the ads in circulation What the ad Is In counts as much as what is in the ad In advertising never offer too much for too little The little things count count the little things We owe no duty to ourselves that cant be paid Have the courage tp say No to the barber Season your ad with seasonable suggestions Push in your ad and pull out your results Remember the payday to keep it whollyR V The inkwell Is the nursebottle of genluImind An all Bildi not only add but multiply IIYou are pdsed as you judge self Bread Is dough and dough is money The man with pluck plucks the fruit Spend your time In saving your money Publicity paysbut not everybody Dont offer a prize offer a price Be handybe headybe hearty An ad in time saves the business Spare the space and spoil the ad A good ad is never an accident Hope is our option on destiny Theres no ad like an old ad If Its the best offer a test All Is wisdom to a fool ADVERTISING AND WOMAN If I ever had the address of the itial advertiser Ive lost or mislaid It I dont know who wrote the first ad v6rtlsemenC I dont know who knows arid I dont care v In these days of hustle and business stienuosity It Is better to look forward than backward- I am not going to defend adver Using because it needs no defense If advertising were not a qommsdi ty the American merchant and maim facturer wouldnt spend 400000000 a yqar In newspaper magazine and printed matter publicityan aggregate atleast 25 per cent greater than the advertising output of a quarter of a century ago The myster about advertising has been solved anjj the discoverer found that there was no mystery about It Advertising Is just a part of the business as much so as the factory and the goods and no more You cant do business without some thing to sell a place to sell it in salesmen and an additional something which is assessory to the salesmen and to businessgetting In general andt1 that something is advertising 4 Everybody advertises oven thos who say that they dont Every method of selling from personal solicitation to the hideous bill board Is a direct or an indirect part of some kind of publicity The man xvho cannot t133 ndvr Using in Ills business has no business to be in business and generally Isnt Those of you who are married those of you who expect to be mar ried and even those of ouwho have decided never train In double har ness know that practically everything used for household and family purposes is purchased by the woman or under her direction Not oily does she control the table but she Is re sponsible for the childrens clothes and even for her husbands clothes Mans bravery Is limited Many a man who Is courageous enough to stand In front of the cannons mouth who dares tc hunf Teddy bears in the Republican wilds actually wllt In front of that pklrted power behind the man greater than the nlan himself woman the boss In chief of homo and money Waere is the men who dares tc wear a coat or pair of pants which doesnt suit the woman oC the house Go through the advertising pages of the great newspapers and the big mag azines and you will find that ninety per cent of the announcements are dl rectedvto women From anadvertising point of view from several other points of View man amounts to mighty little The woman controls the situation If she is for the commodity the commodity suc- ceedS If she is against it It falla Great ia woman Little id man toJi 1 ON THEIR WAYi convenIafternoon talking of the tricks of rtha faithless types when Marse seldI a great many breaks In my time about the oddest and most hum 11evershipping news on the same page with the obituaries Imagine the glee with which Its readers found the captions exchanged one morning whereby a long lisf of respectable names were set forth under the marine head Passed Through Hell Gate Yesterday BUZZING BUSINESS BEES Let these buzz around in your bon net while you work No slow pay Is good Spay Indrustry breeds industry RIgHt knows no competition L principle overrule money Who deceives will be deceived Do not haggle with conscience Decide not hastily but positively Be confidential only with yourself Only a fool scorns the counsel of age Good health Is luck enough for any one f j t What can further corrupt an evil mind V Promptness never misses an oppor tunity Argument counts But not If Its too longwinded Continuous advertising and continuous proseperlty gd hand In hand Tellingthe truth Is all right Convincing your readers that you are telling the truth is bettor It you teli a man one thing at a time he will very likely remember It breathateams thing applies to the points in your advertising Dont try to tell everything you know about the goods in one advertisement Advertising is not an adjunct to your business It is a part and a very Important partof It Some ads are clever but its hard to tell what theyre about Bette- right shy of cleverness and go strong on common sense Firs Impressions usually make mar r the value of an ad Concentrate all the strength you oar command in the headline and ntroductloa Use short words They save time and space They command attention They stick out They emphasize It Is now pretty generally believed that one large advertisement In one paper will prove more useful than four small announcements occupy ing the same space In the aggregate in four pages COL LILLARD Introduces BUI In the House for Re organization of State Guard Col E W Llllard Introduced In the House Thursday a bill reorganizing the State Guard and putting the sol diets on a higher tooting The bill covers sixtyfour typewritten pages and covers the ground In minute de tail It repeals all the existing laws controlling the State militia and es tablishes new regulations which it is o quitt his argents on Holmos street believed will result In great good to to the service To bill is drawn along the lines recommended by Gov Wlllson In his message on Wednesday and was prepared by Col Lillard and other officers In the guard after careful study One important provision will be that allowing pay of fifty cents each night the men who drill It ia hoped In this way to promote interest in the companies and bring tabout better attendance on drills Officers of the militia who have seen the bill Relieve that it will accom plash the end aimed at and put the militia of Kentucky on a footing as high as any other State In the whole Union I LBMarshallA1o REAL ESTATEs AND LOAN AGENTS 1FRA11 KFbR7 KY Have both farm and city property for sale at all times and are also prepared to placd loans on firstclass farm prop erty alb five per cent c SrMiMM1N1rMi J r Cough i f The U S Postoffice Depart me nt has made a new ruling publishers pers to exact the pay alltwhose t papers are carried in the mails at the t secondclass rote or poundOtherwise age rate would be prohibitory All publishers are given a limited time in which to adjust their subscription list to the new rul l ing Therefore all l our subscribers are requested to at once pay up in advance else when the time limit expires we shall be compelled to stop sending the paper except to thosewho have paid in advance ti l iX JNTUCKY TRACTION COMPANY y aftIp Cars will leave Lexington for Viv allies and Frankfort hourevery frets 600 a m to 600 p m Inclusive Cars will leave Lexington for V iv ranCarsfort every hour from 645 a m untilat45 p m Inclusive Cars will leave Frankfort for Vfiv milnd730 p m Inclusive LxIngtontll 815 p m Inclusive and at 1011 p 2RuningFrankfort il J B CRAWFORD General Manager e Frankfort Gi GinD8li BD The MtLocal Time Table i ft EFFECT JANUARY 28 1907 oi r DAILY LXUEFA M P M No81 No8I b1IA Lv D Fran rlA 7ii289ammit 1101 07t2 6 Switzer ml 96tnmping Ground to l 88s Johnson l0r Georgetown s4GPIIs x 00S118RConnects C at Georgetown Union Depot with Q KentuckyCentral i Connects at Frankfort Union Depot with L AN BETWEEN FRANKFORT INCINN VIA GEoRGEToWNIP M KI 1A1tIPAi 200 LT Frantdort Ar sue t BETWEEN CWCINNATlPu AM P M P K 620 300LT Frankfort Ar rn716 351 LT Ar 644KENTUCKY CENTRAL R R POINTS 3IAlaIiI111P15P 9 60A A Maysville L 6 45A 5 Ii3iP 1GPrea mmlOeal Bupt O A J Louisville fltlantio Hailwaur U tr EAST SOUND DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY f Trains leave Versailles for Beath vllle and Intermediate points cat 731 a m and 1220 noon WESTBOUND DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Trains from Beattyville and tatmediate points arrive at VersalUet at 1015 a m and 535 p m TrstaleavesIntermediate points at 710 p m ON SUNDAYS ONLY Trail leaves Richmond for Versailles aa4 intermediate poiuts at 355 p m v Tho K A and the Traction LilA affords excellent service betwMO Frankfort and Nicholasvllle Hltli mond Irvine BeattyvJlle sand interm date points For further information ailroM H R SMITH G P IV r KyIChesapeake Ohio RyiSchedule In effect Nov 17 1907 art t ject to change without notice t Limited for Louisville Nashville Mep Ael Pills Pest and Southwest f940 A M and 615 P M Mtilf VJFor Ft phla Sew York IHchmoud Oidv Point and Norfolk 1015 A M ana 745 PM Dallj 231r CHANGE OF STREET JCAR 1 SCHEDULE t t ifCarsFor Park LineJi f 615 a m andatvery 45 eiinute jntll 10 p For Cemetery LInW 645 a m and every 4i ietl nutty Juntil 945 p m For Leettown Lint 630 aI andevery 41 nulet I 4ntU 1015 p me THE CENTRAL KY TRAC Giy r t z ENfiLlSHEGIIIr 1z NUPTIALS SOLEMNIZED r WEDNESDAY AT HIGH NOON A T THE BRIDES HOME AT LONG GROVE KY meads in Frankfort are In receipt p K of the following handsomely enguved announcement cards V Mr aura E English 5t announces the marriage of her daughter Elizabeth r to kelsaOn Wednesday Fe y twent sixth one thousand nine l Pired and eight dt Long Grove Kentucky I At Home lifter March flftefenth Crawley La 1t I One of the prettiest home weddings of the winter season was solemnized r Wednesday at high noon when Miss Elizabeth English of Hardin county andi Mr Paul Eckles of Crawley Louisiana were united in marriage at the home of the brides mother Mrs Laura E English of Long Grove Ky The ceremony was performed by Rev Jno Devine of Ceclllan who u Is the brides pastor The handsome and spacious country ia home of Mrs English was profusely decorated in brides roses ferns and smilax Miss English is the youngest daughter of Mrs Laura E English and Is one of Hardin countys most beau i tiful and highly accomplished young ladies She is quite well known her- where she frequently visits as guest of her aunt Mrs Ernest Gulllon Mr Eckles Is a prominent young business man of Crawley where he conducts a drug store Following the ceremony an eld an- COurse dinner was served by Bene dict of Louisville and later in ithe afternoonMr and Mrs Eckels left for l Louisville where they will spend a Wefc as guests at the Seelbach f fore going to their future home a jCrawley Louisiana 1 4fAREIIOUSE u to rtySi dSu PIKE OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN ON THURSDAY MORN rAUSEIn HEAVY LOSS tL to i The tobacco warehouse of Head and Switzer independent buyers at swit- zer iter six miles east of this city on tho line of the Frankfort and Cincinnati rv j Railway was totally destroyed by fire at an early hour Thursday morning With its contents some 50000 pounds Stlmatedinsurance t1Hthe warehouse It was too far spread 01TheT Head and he wagdt award thnt t the warehouse Aha iU cQnleUU hllda TOh aatrouo41 t Mil ftiter arising f havebbttr set fire to by night riders ascl loon as It was learned that the barn was destroyed containing unpolled to bacco the destruction of the barn was naturally laid on the night riders The opinion as to the cause of the fire however is equally divided by the people who live in the Switzer neighborhood KENTUCKIAN He To Serve the Unexpired Term of Gov on r error Toole of Montanait Another Kentuckian is rapidly com Ing to the front or has already come Governor Tolle who Is serving the r fourth term as Governor of Montana t on acount of bad health has resigned r that office his resignation to take effect April L Lieutenant Governor to Edwjn Norris will serve out the un expired term Governor Norris is a brother of A G Norris the well known traveling salesman for the Belknap Hardware Company of Louis Yule and was born In Cumberland county fortytwo years ago He went to Montana about eighteen years ago and began the practice of law and has the O lad several honors bestowed upon him Mr A G Norris the brother ot the Governor has been making Frank fort In the Interest of The Belknap Company for many years and Is a It popular and well known gentleman and his friends here congratulate him oa kin brothers success the h bA1jOD6k V KNIGHTS OF PYTIII ENTERTAINED THUR ING BY CLAY LODGI SAILLES Quite a large numb bars of Dexter Lodge of Pythlas tere c Thursvenlj Versailles where of honor at a dellghtt smoker given by Clay city This visit was jthe one made her twE by a large from t Clay acted as t the banqulj three of F loquent sons r spondng p to rhey were H Crock U Hon R B Frankl Mr Lee Owen The local dele declared on their return that tl fair hadben a most pleasant one 3fniPng tripiwere e11lesars y W Jeffcrs 0 N Smith Lee A Owen W C Marshall Elwood Hamiltori James Eggleston Charles Lane Jas T Buford Wm Cromwell Jack Fuss W A Howard T Hiter Crockett M N Coffey Edgar Lewis Wm S Polsgrive B J Williams E M Horton W H Watts Jesse Gun fee W T DeWitt Edw pierce James Love and Thos P Brown FIGHT Continued from page 1 themebutWof Lexington outgeneraled both the Democrats and Republicans and through a loophole left by George usebeforetunit people were fighting for an aft ternoon sessloln to have a report on the county unit bill while the Re publicans wanted an afternoon session Theytbill to come up alter the contest cases had been settled but Mr Klair beat them both It waS a parliamen tary battle in which Mr Klair by be- Ing wide awake and knowing parlia mentary laws won out with nobody help him n vin 4P Mr Wilson had moved that the ses be codtinued until the matter discussion was disposed of This was carried Later Mr Klair to reconsider the vote by which the motion to extend the ses atop was adopted This motion to re of consider held in abeyance the motion extend Ute session and made it Ina effect null and void for the time Af several dilatory motions Mr Klair moved to adjourn and called for thea ayes and noes ito consume timea When the result was announced beaindicated the hour of adjournment and the House wus adjourned oy the who had nothing else to doa the rules Mr Klair had taken advantage of a slip made by the coun unit supporters and stopped the discussioniia Thursday 10 get their contest casarepOflidi but werfe ruled out of rder by the Speaker who refused toh an appeal to the House ffdin his ruling He had been Overruled y the House just a short time before c another motion which he had detJ out of order The Republicans- had no recourse and had to take their he medicine Windy Bill Thompson the mem giIsman made a speech explaining hisp giitpealed to the large crowd present said he had been reared by ahfather who had spent all his money whisky and as Mr Thompson put I was put behind a plow and into the tobacco patch when 1 should have been at school getting that ducation Which I now so greatly need That why I am against the sale of liquor piboUand in the legislative hulls and cast my vote against the solo of the Ptifr The House has not had a call of the committees for two weeks and nothing has been done in that time but wrangle over the county unit bill and the contest cases An effort was made to have afternoon sessions but motions were voted down Now the fight on the county unit Bill has begun in the Senate where on Thursday an effort was made to have the ter Religion and Morals Committee makes report on the hill The Senate of adjourned while this was being die CURed but the flit will come up in Senator again soon 1r t t a I Hlu Saij yj 4 nd ass osfc Iremoval sale and 1i 1 ou eavqr sand be able to1with an enew stock during y i linesfel ii pie special prices for certain M store We will nameprlcesti a AY rrything Marked Downf except T tetson and iap Hats Queen Quality and Regent Shoes Reme this sale ENDS THURSDAY MACH 5TH Dont mis e LAST CHANCE to get good lfirstclass merchandise f rites that you wont get again R K McCiure m Sons 1THEt It 1J1 J1J1 JIl Jli n u ul It na 1J is DETECTIVES FHOMJP REFORMATORY o IARREST THaSTLONG ON CHARGE OF HAVING VIOLATED HIS PAROLE Although legally discharged from custody by County Judge James H Polsgrove nearly two months ago when he was arrested on the charge violating his parole of the Ohio State Reformatory Thomas Long eighteen years of this city was arrested here Thursday afternoon handcuffed against his will placed in buggy driven to Kenebec Station few miles from this city put on train and was started off In company with two detectives for Ohio to be again in the refomatory The was made by Deputy Sheriff Crutcher on a warrant made by art Cruther on a warrant legally sworn out after the requisition ot Uov Hur z ft Phlo had been honored by Gov Wilson After the young man was d and tUWejl over to the tectiVe from Ohio who took charge of tug party started it is supposed for Covington with him Attorney Leslie W Morris of this Thursday night telephoned to Circuit Judges of Kenton and Campbell county to hold the boy If is before them for Identification and Morris left for Cincinnati Wednesday to try to locate him Another le al battle which will likely be equal as spectacular as the one that took In this city two months ago to the land his freedom will likely place again In Covington or la any oD ithe border cities in which the is held for identification If the detectlvea get over to Ohio with the lad then the decision of Judge Pols grove will be taken to the Court of Appeals and it It Is upheld a release for the lady will be asked Long made a very vigorous protest against his arrest He is said to have fought the officers until they over owered him ED WILEY Touched For His Grip Which Contained Valuable Papers Mr Ed Wiley of Lexington chairman of the Legislative Committee of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen who has been here during the seaelon of tho Legislature looking af the Interests of the organiaztion has reported to the police the theft a fine grip containing valuable pa pers belonging to itheiiiorder lot of correspondence and Jefctelfctlvo era- eosill s THE UGLV WORD When a lovely lassie tells you As youre sitting by her side That a man has never Hissed her Though a dozen men had tried Though you doubt it be not hasty Let your anger be deferred Do not quality thelassie By that short and ugly word When a lovely lassie whispers That shell never never wed Thats she planned to dwell with mother And to care for her instead Hold your tongue 0 doubting bro ther Many times that tale youve heard Just remember shes a lady Kill that short and ugly word When that selfsame lassie murmurs That a secret she will keep That shell tell no living person In her heart twill ever sleep Dont believe her donot tell her Treat her statement as absurd But its not polite to utter That one short and ugly word When a pretty lassie tells you She can cook although you know That her mothers In the kitchen With her arms deep in the dough Doubting brother be not tactless Though the thought may have be curred Though youd like to still you mustnt Speak that short and ugly word Detroit Free Press DAIRYMEN Of Kentucky To Hold Meeting At Shelbyvllle Next Tuesday A call has been Issued by the Shelbyville dairymen for a meeting of the dairymen of Kentucky to be held at the courthouse in Shelbyville next Tuesday morning for the purpose of forming a State Dairymens Associa tion It was made necssary on ac count of the Legislature being in ses sion and it being the desire of those Interested that an organization be formed In time to fight any legislation harmful to the interests of the dairy men Delegates from Spencer Har rison Jeffrson Fayette Hardin and other counties have signified their tention of being present I MR HUMPHREYS Manager Of Gov Hughes Presidential Boom Spends The Day Here Manager Humphreys of New York who is looking after the Hughes preai dontlal boom spent Thursday night and Friday here and interviewd a number of Republican State officials Mr Humphrey Is very sanguine over the prospects of victory of the New York Governor in the coming Repub Mean Natippal Convention at Chicago Whilbece he lad a talk with GOv WilllOB wiI t f- istClassified ri4l AdtJertrinS All it t advertlsemaitsln these clQDPiE forsjfir e1rlIne for eachinsertions and to be Paid for j strictly in qv ncfj1ji FOR SALEWe have a firstclass 1 horse power Water Motor that we will sell at a low figure Apply at this office tf FOUNDA man that didnt believe in advertising and we noticed the spiders and woven web over his door A hint to the wise should be sufficient REPAIRING We repair and bind any and all kinds of old books at reasonable figures FOR SALE Printing and binding that is different from the other fel lows FOR EXCHANGEPrinting of all kinds for either gold currency or silver FAVORABL r REPORT IS EXPECTED CHILD LABOR BILL BRINGS BIG DELEGATION TO FRANK FORT The House Committee on Ilmmlgra tlon gave a hearing last night to a delegation of manufacturers from over the State who oppose the Ilair Child Labor Bill which was prepared at The Instance of the phllantrophlc organizt tlons of the State At the nealrng It developed that the principal otf terestslofthe ages of fourteen and sixteen years who work In factories must snow a certificate that they are over fourteen years of age such certificates to be superinlOtendent The bill also provides that no child employed in any factory or workshop under penalty of a Jail sentence and this Is another objection of the man ufacturers who Insist that this is en tirely too dristic They say they are perfectly willing that a stiff fine should bo imposed if theyshould via late the law but as the hiring of em ployes Is in most cases done by eubordlntes they should have to stand might banrf mab thangtbbo thanbm might be the result of thoughtfulness An educational qualification is also provided In the bill for all chiMreo employed ia factories but this doss f FOREMAN ANTED Ve want adr first clasp newspaper oremaq at i once Short hours good Wfiges and permanent place for If you caaWANTED A firstclass all trMHM jyifprinter one that can maC e sppdi Good wages and a permanent pipe for the right man y inchNtion that we will sell very cheap Address this office tf WANTED Every ong to know hatwe turnout more original And downV to the minute printing than all of fr11konot become effective for elghteenj months l he punishment for their acts which While the committee delegated further action on the bill to a BUbcom mittee it is understood that a ayora i ble report will be made to the House with an amendment attached Tie committee will report favorably fttthe Harris bill providing thatKelght j hours shall constitute a days work on all public works ota the State and f the bill creating the office of Assis ant Labor Inspector to be filled by arwoman Representative Harris who xda the theHouse t from the House Committee on Minest and Mining on hia bill t operation of mines to Insure furtherjj safety for employes COAL TojIcoal mining interests Those men are intersted in building a new coal Jip tobatItJtleldthat the scheme of shipping Kentuck coal to the Gulf of Mexico by Qkio river which was originated first bytho late W P D Bush of Loui vllt Is about to bo realized Col Cwas the former owner of thout of acres of coal property known Mjf the Coal Mine Hllli Mrs J HprJe 1YJl1UJ1 fi- In WortfiTint xy 1W i