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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 i tTHJ NEWS i 0 4 f 11 THE WORLD i JFO UPBUILDING WINCHESTER KENTUCKY NCHE E VOL 1 NO 7lj WINCHESTER KY MONDAY OCTQBER 1919os 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEiKo IS To RE FORMED I c Committee From All the Churches Was Appointed Sunday Night to Formulate Plans of Society in Ibis City r r Mr J T Mahn Secretary of theI Associated Charities of delivered an address at the Presby terian church Sunday night in the interest of forming an associated charity organization in this city 1The Idea of forming an associa lion ol this kind originated in the i Ministers association and Mr Matin who has been prominently identified with the association at Lexington for some time wasyjjigked to come here and delivei th B ress- r on the subject to set flhe people in terested in the movement His address was principally de- s voted to thegood work that the as L sociation has done in Lexington an everywhere where there was and oragnization of the kind and the evils of the indiscriminate gvineof money for charitable purposes with out an organization tojxeceive it besttuseOn account of it being a union t I Governor Issues Proclamation ing on People of State to W Ccntribute at Once Itchi Oct 19 a Report from the fire district of northern Michigan were fragmentar but there were indications of improve went in the general situation as far as imminent danger to life ana property was concerned But as to the victims who survived the destruction of their homes and villages conditions are pitiful In the extreme with the likelihood of greater distress and many deaths from exposure in the event of a sudden drop of temperature falling upon the halfclothed refugees camped in boxcars and open fields Governor Fred M Warner Issued an appeal to the people of Michigan for contributions and Mayor William B Thompson of Detroit has called a spe cial meeting of the common council for tonight to consider the matter of contributing relief The Detroit board of commerce held a meeting at the Detroit club to arrange the details of shipping a pre liminary carload of provisions and beding north and Governor Warner has directed Adjutant General McGur ren of the state troops to take the in itiative in similar measures at Grand Rapids The Detroit S Mackinac Railroad company has already sent a dozen carloads of provisions lumber and hay into the burned district from Bay City President J D Hawks of the De troit R Mackinac railroad received ijrord that forest fires were seriously threatening the town of Ossineke Hawks said that he had received no reports from Alpena or Rogers City and he was confident he would have r something if the situation at these points had not improved Communication Established The Western Telegraph corn pan has uninterrupted communication with Alpena and was able to do business twice with Onaway on the far side of the burned district The Western Union was also able to estab lish communication with Posen in the fire district Long distance telephone communication is good as far north as East General W J Rog ers ofthe state troops who was sent Into the burned district to investigate conditions telegraphed Governor Warner that there was ho need of troops as the fire situation was greatly Improved temporarily at least The Immediate need General Rogers reported was for bedding and food for the refugees and fodder for horses and cattle Governor Warner has already directed the sending of- tJ several hundred blankets into the burned district and all the blankets on hand In the armory of the state troops at Alpena have born fsrwardsa there ry 7 c ic t s tX x 1 pt t THE OF CLARK AND EASTERN i J- TOON J l f I Wdr r CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION IN WINCHESIER service there was a large number in attendance and there was a great deal oi interest taken in the matter While the churches in Winch s ter always given liberally for charitable purposes there has never been an organization of any kind to look after the needs of the poor tand to See that the money given was put to the best use And with the growing demand from the poor for assistance from the churches it was thought that an organization of this kind here would do more good than to let each church look its own A committee composed of thefol lowing members of the different churches were appointed to take the matter up and look into the advisa bliity of establishinging such an or ganization here J W Gay J T Poynter C E Lyddane J M Hodgkin R u Fitch T A Tanner and C H Bowen The committee will meet some time this week and formulate plans ARE BEING RUSHED TO r MICHIGAN RELIEVE HUNDREDS l Call jTfetroitV forest Mrrheard Union Tawas- Quartermaster COUNTY W have after TRAINS TO BASEBALL LEAGUE TO MEET TUESDAY belied hfFotNex1r Year fs otie Pre = pared and Constitution Adopted There will be a meeting of the Blue Grass League in the office of Pres ident George I Hammond in Lexington Tuesday at one oclock at which meeting there will be repre sentatives of each club in the Blue Grass ubp the affairs of the League of the past season mid arrange the details for the coming season They will probably make out the playing schedule for next season which will cohsihi of 100 games tc be played by cacu Club tore wat some talk of extending the Leagut circuit for next year making eight clubs instead of six but it is now thought that the League will remain just as it was last year with the following towns in the circuit Shelby ville Luwreneeburg Frankfort Lex ington Richmond and Winchester The plan of the division of gate receipts will most likely be discussed and settled upon at this meeting B R Jouett who is chairman of the Committee on By Laws and Constitu tion will attend and make his report The prospects for fast ban in this League next year seems very bright DEATHS 7IMrs E M Lataghlin Mrs E M Laughlin of Shrieve port La died at the home of her daughter Mrs F C Wheeler in this city Monday morning at 10 oclock Mrs Laughlin was 66 years ofage She had only been in Winchester about two months having come here to visit her daughter She had been in declining health for some time but had only been seriously ill about two weeksThe funeral services will be held at the residence of her daughter Tuesday morning at 7 oclock con ducted by Rev William Gumming of the Presbtyerian church The body win be taken on the early morning train to Shrieveport for burial Death and Speed Highspeed electric roadlng as well as highspeed aufomobiling often has Death at the lover f J JAPS WELCOME AMERICAN TARS r Battleship Fleet Sails Into Yokohama Haraor ShcwingEffects of Storm pTokohama Oct 19 Stormbattered but magnificent the American battle ship leet lies In the harbor the entire assemblage making a display unprecedented in the history of Yoko hama Shortly after the ships came to anchor the mist which had shut out their coming cleared and a light breeze carried the smoke from the saluting gunsrevealing from the shore front the lines of white Ameri can shipsofwar backed by the gray of the Japanese Scores of smallC craft chartered by individuals and associations darted in and out among the battleships the American Asiatic association being among those to giva the heartiost welcome Two thousand schoolchildren sang the Ameri can national anthem Ships Show Rough Usage The ships show the effect of the tremendous battering of the waves which is described by old officers as the worst they have ever encountered Rear Admiral Sperry said immedl atx ly after anchoring that he was glad to arrive In Japan and that tie great ly appreciate the evidences of a sin cere welcome Commander John A Dougherty the American naval at tache at Tokyo who came here to take part in the welcome to the fleet boarded the Connect t and ds cussed the program with the admiral The moment the fleet dropped an chor thE admirals in formal dress hastened from the flagships of the various divisions to the flagship of the fleet tIre Connecticut which also was boarded by Japanese subordinate offi cers who came to arrange details Shortly the commanderinchief andI the other admirals accompanied by their staffs entered a motor boat and proceeded to the flagship Mikasa of the Japanese fleet to pay an official call uponVice Admiral Sir Gero Ijuin The Japanese admiral immediately returned the call Vice Admiral Ijuin was giyen a hearty welcome by Ad miral Sperry aboahe Conneclicufir After a brief visit the Japanese departed and as they went down the side the Japanese flag was broken out at the main mast and the guns belched forth a salute Loomis Calls Upon Sperry- A short time later Francis B Loom is United States commissioner to the Tokyo exposition accompanied by Mrs Loomis John C OLoughlln and Mrs OLou hlln and Acting Consul General Babbitt called upon Rear Ad miral Sperry and paid their respects They were given 15 guns as they left the ship In the meantime visits were exchanged between the captains of all the vessels The mayor and governor also called upon the admiral and later the recep tion committee the spokesman of which was M Mate boarded the Con necticut and bade the admiral and his men welcome in behalf of the entire nation He thanked the Americans for their evidences of friendship and regard to which Admiral Sperry re sponded in a strain In the afternoon the garden party given by the mayor of Yokohama was attended by many officers and great crowds of civilians but the weather was unfavorable and somewhat Inter fered with the success of the func tion Everywhere about the streets the American officers and men were treated with the greatest courtsy being saluted always by the police and Japanese soldiers Welcomed at Tokyo Tokyo Oct 19Rear Admiral Sperry commanderinchief of the At lantic battleship fleet accompanied by the squadron commanders and the captains of the various ships arrived in Tokyo at 10 oclock this morning coming by special train from Yoko hama The party was received with unbounded enthusiasm by great crowds that thronged abut the station when the train arrived The weather was clear and beautiful Engineer Assassinated Pensacola Fla Oct 19Eugene Wood engineer of a logging railroad operated by a milling concern was shot and killed by Jack Gilbert a naval stores operator near Panama City It is said the engineer had gassed Gilberts place without stop Mng to take on some freight On the next trip it is alleged Gilbert placed a red flag on the track and when the train stopped shot Wood Kern Agreeably Surprised New York Oct 19 Conditions here are much more satisfactory than I expected said John W Kern Democratic nominee for vice president on his return from Bridgeport where he spoke If the labc vote comes io us as we xpect we will carry rNew ri i a ASSASSIN fAilS TO KILL PRIEST Creates Panic in a Fashionable Chi I cago Church and isKonck ert Down bY Victim t unicago Oct 19U r An attempt tc assassinate RevJ M Fielding pass tor of the Corpus ChrIsti Roman Catholic church was made by a wouldbe assassin v ho after twice shooting at thepriest in the Sunday school hall way of tho church and knocking downI scores of children standing in his way ran Into the street and escaped The shooting and the screams of the children created wild excitement in pf Chicagos most fashionable residence districts It was in the middle of the after noon that the culprit attracted atten ion He had been seen loitering in and about the for some time He was observed writing upon a sheet of paper which he held against the building Folding the paper he t placed it In his pocket and his actions then became suspicious The police believe that the wrtlng was an explanation of Irs intended actand his identity which was to be found uponI his body in the event of his committing suicide after killing the priest A letter of similar purport was found in the possession of Guisepe AliaI who killed Father Leo Hcinrlcks in Denver during the church service a short time ago Aroused by the mans actions Father Fielding approached him saying What are you doing here Im praying replied the stranger As the priest turned his back the stranger stepped into the hallway and drew a revolverand proceed it against his intendod victim Father Fielding Immediately showed fijht knocking the weapon away just in time to escape a bullet which grazed his head and clipped a lock of hair from his templeAt same time the priest knock ed the culprit down y a blow on the face Hurriedly scrambling to his feet the man continued down the hallway pushing and trampling over tIi8 4 1dren pit the bottom of the stairway he turned and fired another ineffectual shot at the priest and then still brandishing the revolver ran into the street A dozen children accompanied by Father Fielding ran In pursuit and were joined by a crowd of enraged citizens but the man escaped The man is deserved as about 30 years old roughly beingI and was evidently either a an Italian Corpus Christ church includes in its membership some of the wealthiest Roman Catholics in the city Thaw Disappointed Fishkill Landing N YOct19A- lthough there had been some expec tation here that Harry K Thawwould be taken from the Matteawan lum for the criminal insane and started on his way to Pittsburg p appear in the bankruptcy proceedings there the day passed without any move being made In the case Thaw himself counted upon leaving for fullyI In the morning he attired his traveling clothes and spent the day in a state of expectancy Laurlers Last Fight Montreal Oct 19In a speech Sir Wilfrid Laurier Canadas premier announced that the present campaign which ends in a general election Oct 26 will be his last This is the last fight in which I shall be engaged he said with great earnestness The years have already left their mark upon me and I can not hope that they will stand still now All I ask is your support to enable me to complete the work I have begun in the last 12 years Mack In the East Buffalo N Yr Oct 19After a two days rest at his home National Chairman Mack left for New York where he will remain for several days preparing for the final week ef the campaign when William J Bryan and prominent Democratic speakers will concentrate their forces to swing the Empire state Into the Democratic column The chairman Is holding a con ference with the eastern leaders at New York headquarters today Noted Feudist Found Dead Lexington Ky Oct 19J S Jar vis the last surviving member of his family in the famous KendallJarvls feud of Scott county was found dead In a stable on his farm near Georgetown His Jeath is thought to have resulted from apoplexy Opera House Gutted Barron is Oct 19Fire In the business section of the city caused a loss 3stlrri tI1 t 7fl 0V T N o era boLe ant as Cti3lri vt we i i i WEATHER FAMILY OF FIVE LOSE THEIR LIVES AT FIRE IN THEIR HOME 71J 7 t George Stafford Wile and Three Children Are Buro- to tt Death Early Monday iJL Specin io The News 11Pchildren were burned to death at an early hour this morning It is not known how the fire originated PETITION FROM THEI LOCAL MERCHANTS It Is Rumored Business Men Will Ask Wesleyan Board to Change Ruling It is rumored about town that- the merchants wlil in the next few days petition the Boaid of Educa tion of Kentucky Wesleyan College to reverse their decision of a few days ago in regard to the athletics at the College Kentucky Wesleyan is a member of the InterCollegiate Football As sociation and according the sched ule arranged by the Association they were to have played a game with Central University at Dan ville Monday but the Board of Ed ucation refused to let them leave town to play ball A a result athletics at the College are dead The merchants believe that without athletics at the Col lege the attendance will decrease and that consequently will keep a great deal of money away frond here that otherwise would te spent with the merchants They believe that the Board will look at the mat ter in this light and reverse their decision RACING COMMISSION TO MEET TUESDAY System of Bookmaking at Latonia Races Will Be Dis cussed The State Racing Commission will meet in Lexintgon Tuesday afternoon of this week If book makihg is permitted at Latonia as is threatened that will be the chief consideration of the commission None of the members of the Commission would make any state ment about what probably would be dole at the meeting Colonel Chinn confirmed the report that the Commission would meet but be yond that would not talk Col- A F Clay of Paris is ill and could not be interviewed Because of his illness he may be absent Tuesday Colonel Young said that he had not been notified of the meeting and also said that he had nothing to say of the Latonia situation untilafter the meeting Mr Louis des Cog nets said he knew of the meeting but declined to make any state ment Mr Charles Grainger of Louisville also declined to talk t TRAIN HITS WAGON AND TWO ARE KILLED Young Farmers Lose Life at Railroad Crossing TwoWomen Hurt Speciat io The News- VINCENNES Imo Oct 19 Zachariah and Virgil Williams young farmers were killed and Mrs Albert Brubeck and Mrs Frank Bracken were fatally injured when the wagon in which they were riding was struck by a train at the Lawrenceburg crossing There is a short curve at this place and it is said the bell of the engine was not rung to give warning of the approach of the train i ji o u t ii it1itJ J r1Sr Fair Tonight and Tuesday t r F I ijij whether incendiary or otherwaey but the flames burned so fiercely r and were under such headway be l fore discovery that it wasimpose ble to rescue the family The 1 JIhome of course was completely destroyed r 0 T 1 GRAND LODGE OF MASONS TOMEt t Delegates From Every Lodge in Clark County Are to At I tend U The State Grand Lodge of Masons will hold their meeting in Louisville thiS week beginning Tuesday Every Masonic Lodge in Clark coun ty will be represented The follow ing is a list of delegates who will attend from here and the lodges they will represent Winchester Lodge No 20D S Haggard M D Royse J A Boone J 4 Grubbs and J C Vaught Elkin LodgeJ B Eubank andr W S Shearer Ford LodgeJ C Richards t Pine Grove LodgeJ W Moore Right Angle Lodge Dr R Allen W H Cunningham Lodge WJ H Poe and J B Pharis The delegates will leave Monday afternoon on the 438 C 0 train PROTRACTED MEETING AT5 CHURCH OF CHRIST f Elder F B Srygley Will Talk Mon day Night on The Golden Candlestick v IThe protracted meeting at the Churchof Christ on Fairfax street conducted by Elder F B Srygley of Nashville Tenn began Sunday The subject for the morning service was Faith is the Fomidation of Hope At the evening service the church was crowded and the subject dis cussed was Sin of Unbeli fThsubject for Monday night iisThe 3 Golden Candlestick a ENGINEER KllLEDi F PASSENGERS HURt r I r Sante Fe Train Collides With Freight 1 Monday Mowing f Special to The wsn jJ BRADDOCKj Kansas Oct 19 The AtchiSon Tdpeka and Santa rAcFe collided with a local freight train this morning The engineer of thE3if passenger trian was killed and mores than a score of passengers wereiri ijured A relief train has been die r patched to the wreck i pt t THREE TROLLEY f c Rs llIDeh fJI One Passenger is Killed and s verair Are Fatally In ySicredrSot Special to The News Vkt5 KANSAS CITY Oct 19 Three trolley cars collided this 19rnftig An unidentified passenger iSki v V ed and fifteen of the passengers were injured some fatally f f Mr Frank Roy is at presents 7 lengaged in painting the old homer V plate of Mr Tom Henry Clay at lAusterlitz l f i I f i r 0 f 1 t 1a-r t r f r 1 j TKEJKINCHESXER NEWS 0 it UPJQUAREY- s V pRpOF OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS cA V NEARLY COMPLETED r AWI Finished Nat pnaf Capita 11N1fi Have Most Imposing Struc turfs on This Cohtfrfeht jf yNot In the WorldThe doors of new luxurious office building will swing open for 92 United States senators on their return to Wash ington in December The la st stone has been set in the monumental structure Apart from many costly furnishings and fixtures the l II goo ing costs the government 3250 Tlie interior construction is well beenYmeans fit round numbers something like 400 lor each of the suites of two roems Moreover there is a big subway between this office building and senaMexposure feclement weather it is among the jaunttigwill be run to and fro for senatorial convenience Architecturally the building is an ornament to that legislative corner of the federal city But it Is much more n than that for the marble pile stands as next to the last to be completed pub1fcmostesplendid group of Imposing public iraildings on this continent and it may be In the world The capitol which had cost 13 SWOOO up to 1896 and which has feeen renovated at an expense of fTGOrQOO more since then occupies the western side of the square It does not filmn the whole of the space fruby any means but ooms forth In the thefbuildings in Washington Some time the east front pf the old portion of the capitol budding may be refaced with ciarble so as to Improve the architec Thattcost Otherwise the capitol which has been at growth in construction for about a balf century is wellnigh completed On the south side of the square stands the new house office building pf marble It cost 3100000 It was opened to the representatives with its 00rooms last December Workmen are stlll putting finishing touches upon it including outside treatment It is almost an exact counterpart in its exterior of the senate office building t which is directly opposite but on the r north side and outside of the capitol grounds The house building fronts on B street south and the senate building on B street north as the 4streets are called In Washington It is a distance of four city blocks 1 etween the two That is the width of the capitol grounds Skirting one t half of the eastern boundary of the grounds is the library of congress claimed by some to be the most beau liful building of its size In the world 3t cost 6500000 The last structure contemplated for the square is a temple of justice which will probably cost at least 5000000 more It is to occupy a great square just opposite the northwestern half of the capitol boundary and it must be a counterpart of the library v of congress Speaker Cannon and Senator Hale supported by friendly sentiment in both branches of con gressr are supposed to be contemplat Jng an appropriation for that new Iralldmg at the coming session now that the senate office building is com filleted Everywherer1 peo pie from all parts of the United States In a limited degree they are fJ peopldfrbm every corner of the world tratjthg fprqigaborn population here is- not as large In proportion to the na tiirbbrn population as it is in many eJOIt was in 1900 only 72 percent in comparison with 37 per rent for New York 351 per Cent for r Boston 346 for Chicago 228 per cenfe t Philadelphia 194 per cent for St r Xouis and 135 per cent for Baltimore On the other hand only 464 per cent 4 of nativeborn Washipgtpnlans were thq Dstrictot Columbia while 7p1antofiBaltimores popula rjlan er3 509 of Bostons 1people born in Massachusetts 55 of JJ Yorkrs people born in the Empire lafe and 653 of Philadelphias people born Pennsylvania These percent ages show a striking comparison with the Washington percentage when the J large foreignborn population of Balti Newicb rderatibnV Charleston S C at iaJKsd a much more striking com parr safe No less than 903 of Its inhab are natives of South Carolina 1 2 rJ Religious Works n Dialect i- ttA missionary deaconess ih5 Liberia j li edited in native dialect a book i rC CtiaInIngj the Ten Commandments j U Apostles Creed the doxology and- z nimberof the bestknown hymns VTfcelxwik is not only the first book pub a t 1ieid la the dialect but the first sue tul attempt to make it a writte JMcu t f l 4 r NEWLYWEDS SIEsL Oft ON TWO FIRE ESCAPES JANITOR HELPS COUPLE ELUDE BOMBARDMENT OF RICE AND OLD FOOTWEAR New YorkWith the assistance of two carriages several Iron ladders and a janitor Miss Daphne Dame Dieter Ich whO Had just been married to Mr Schuyler Imbrie a young broker cir cumvented 150 wedding guests who had gathered in front of the apartment building to toss rice aid old shoes at her and her new husband While the custodians of the old shoes and the rice waited for the ap peai4 tnce of Mr and Mrs Imbrle and while a carriage also waited osten sibly for them Mr and Mrs Imbrie piloted by a janitor left her fathers n The Bride Descended the Fire Escape apartment by a rear door descended an iron ladder fire escape to a court in the rear of the building crossedthe court ascended another iron ladder traversed an unoccupied apartment and left the building at the rear en trance in Riverside drive There another carriage was in waiting and in this Mr and Mrs Imbrie were whirled away toa rail road station from which they de parted on their wedding journey The wedding guests waited in front of the apartment building for more than an hour Then one of the more impatient friends of the bridegroom went to the door gll the Dietrich apartment and rang the bell Mr John F Dietrich father of the bride answered the ring Arenft they ever coming out They left an hour ago Mr Diet rich answered The disappointed ones were not willing to give up so easily They reentered the apartment building and searched through all the corridors At an entrance In West One Hundred and Nineteenth street they came upon a janitor polishing brasswork and whistling as he polished Theyre gone said the janitor in answer to inquiries I helped em DOCTOR FIGHTS HUNGRY SEALS New York Physician Barely Escapes with Life Avalon Santa Catalina IslandDr- W A Pratt a prominent physician of New York had an experience here which came near costing him his life In an encounter with seals whom hunger had driven savage the doctor was compelled to struggle for life 40 minutes The only weapon he had was an old broom handle He was about ready to give up the struggle when help arrived The doctor went fishing early in the morning and returned to the Island with 22 albicore While at lunch near the wharf half a dozen hungry seals appeared on the quiet surface of the bay and in a moment they were strug gling furiously to get aboard his launch Defending his catch with a broom handle the doctor succeeded in getting his launch to the pier but the seals were not yet beaten and renewed their attack more savagely than before attempting to snap his legs and arms and trying to throw themselves into the boat An old blind seas recently brought to Avalon from West Lake park Los Angeles led the attack The doctor struck it across the face a dozen times beforeit dropped into the water Finally when just about exhausted the doctor dropped lour big fish over board While the seals were seizing these help arrived and the doctor got away with the rest of his catch Horse Commas Suicide Sioux City JaAl1 glng that al though his horse deliberately commit ted suicide it could not have done so had it not been for the huge embank ment left by the city in a dangerous condition E Bppsteln called at the police station tp ascertain the best method of instituting proceedings for recovery of payment for the animal That the horse really jumped over the embankment with suicidal intent there is little dpubt in the mind pfj EppsteIn who is a peddler He said that for several days the animals teeth had been so affected that it was next to impossible for it to masticate its oats and the beast at frequent in ledgeottheutes at the roadbed 60 feet or moro below The horse deliberately trotted to the edge and lumped off he saiL The animal waS about 19 years it4 t11 BUFFALOKA5ftt- AL i lift HOST SPOOKY APPEARANCE SCARES PEOPLE IN YARD OF MUR DERED MANS HOUSE TWO BROTHERS SEE SPECTER Believed to Be Spirit of Man Recently Shot by Wife Description of Apparel Tallies with That Worn by Him Buffalo N YOut on Niagara street near the scene of los last murder case the ghost ofsAT innder Sutherland walks at night time At least there are men who are firmly convinced they have seen the spirit of the dead man in the quiet hours that just precede the dawn and they insist that their belief is well founded Immediate neighbors who have seen anything of the apparition cannot be found but this may be because the folk of the neighborhood retire early Two men Fred Maigh and his brother Charles Maigh are the witnesses to the ghost story The Maighs live in aJ boardinghouse about a block from the Suth erland house One night about ten days ago Fred Mafgh saw what he thought was a ghost A few nights later the two brothers saw It or else both were decidedly deceived At any rate they were much frightened Fred Maigh told about his experience and it was not of a nature inclined to make a timid man want to go hunting for more adventure of the same sort He was homeward bound after two oclock in the morning and walked past the Sutherland house His own words best describe what happenedI walking along without paying any particular attention to my surroundings said he when I heard a clattering noise as Ua man fell and then bumped down a stairway The noise may not have come from the house I really could not tell where it came from but I looked into t the yard There I saw a figure of a man in trousers and shirt a black shirt The Specter Held One Hand Over His Breast open at the neck He held one hand over his breast It was not a usual sight at that time of night for the man wore no hat but I did not connect it with the Sutherland case I glanced up and down the street I sup pose it was instinctively to see if I was alone on the street When looked in the yard again nothing was there The disappearance of theman was so sudden it started me thinking and then I recalled that in the house near by Alexander Sutherland was shot and killed by his wife I can tell you my hair stood on end and I did not linger in the neighborhood to investigate The next day I told my brother Charley of the experience but lie didnt take any stock in It He does now though because he was with me last Thursday night or rather Friday morning and saw something of the same sorL- Charley who was with his brother when the story was told verified the account of the latest ocourrence The two brothers were bound home after midnight and when near the Sutherland house heard a clattering noise Both were pretty much frightened be cause the noise was similar to to Freds description of what hey heard preceding the first apparitioku To gether they looked where he had previously saw what he took for a man Nothing was there Then his brother seized his arm and exclaimed Look there back by the barn The form of a man was seen moving out of the space between two houses The two men were so nervous they did not examine it closely enough to describe accurately Its appearance they soy but in a general way it an swered to the description of the man previously seen by Frety It stood still a moment then walked forward and disappeared The peculiarity of apparel tallying as it does with Sutherlands when he breastSutherlandbreast and the other unusual features eIoughtthey really saw the spirit of the dwi Lan 5 4 1 WATCH OUR ADS I BEHIND WORDS SHOULD BE FACTS PAY YOU TO COME TOI ASSERTBOjD LOOKED QUALITYFORND PRICES ARE MOST And Now for Dress Goods THE STOCK IS COMPLETE WINTER WILL SOON BE HERE QUR NEW- CLOAKS ARE IN WE ARE HEADQUARTERS UNDERWEAR OUTING CLOTHFLANNELETTES HOSIERY NO TIONSETC WHEN SHOES ARE SOLID THEY WILL WEAR WE HAVE THEM o AII =Wool Blankets vSureenough AHWool both the Warp and the Woof ofevery Blanket wills taif1 e statement We gladly invite all tom us a visit whether they wish to buy r y for prices SCRIVENER BROSCO WHY BUY WATER From Oyster Dealers a dealer mixes fresh OFcourewhen and prevails on you to buy it at the rate of from 300 to 500 per quart HE may be smart but arent YOU foolish Your water company will sell you water at a much lower rate Now if you want oysters onlyfresh pure natural flavor and sol id meatsno water at all our 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of which there is record in Europe or America All the circumstances attendant upon this delicate feat in surgery are regarded by surgeons as of peculiar interest A male child then II days old whose father and mother are Nathan and Rebecca Goldberg was brought to the hospital Apparently the baby was dying He hemorrhagesWhich Us birth He weighed five pounds The father carried him from home on a pillow The hemorrhagic condition in an infant of that age was so uncommon that nearly all of the surgical staff were eager to make a study of the wask45 per 1tQf haemoglobin one of the constituents of the red corpuscle which carries oxygen through the circulation Death was regarded as in evitableOne the surgeons suggested that there was one chance in 10000 of sav ing the childby transfusionand this was communicated tote father who immediately expressed his willingness to give as much of his own blood as mIght be needed Preparations were made at once for the transference of blood from father toI babeAn unexpected difficulty arose The childs veins were mere threads and And the extensive mechanical equip The Father Gave a Quart of His Blood to Save the Child neat of the hospital did not contain an instrument small enough to make aninsertionBaby did not have a vein in his arm large enough to see with 11 magnifying glass so it was decided that an incision should be made in his femoral vein which runs close by the femoral artery In the leg Two operating tables were drawn together and the child scarcely breathing and pallid as chalk was placed alongside of his father who had been put under the influence of ether The smallest cannula in the sur gical collection was then adjusted For 30 minutes it did not seem possible that a connection could be made systemsbutthe flow began from the unconscious father to the wailing babe The change In the puny patient was marvelous and the doctors crowd ed around the tables to watch the re suit With each pulsation of the mans heart the complexion of the child changed Prom a ghastly white lt began to grow a faint pink then 1 deeper then red and finally a bluish scarletThe surgeon in charge keeping a record of both pulses directed his assistant to shut off the flow at the expiration of 30 minutes It was estimated that in that time a quart of blood had flowed from the arteries of the fathel into the veins of the child supply and receiving pipes were properly closed the baby was put in Charge of two trained nurses and the father was sent to this home The child was watched day and internest On the second day after the op eration the hemorrhages had ceased entirely An examination of the blood showed that the haemoglobin was nearly normal From the deathly pale color the baby had when brought in he had changed to a rosy healthy hue ands was sleeping peacefully These Is every indication say the doctors that Je wil Zve and thrive 1 i f l f GAME IS TAKING ACROSS BORDER BASEBALL OUTDISTANCING ALL OTHER SPORTS IN POPULAR ITY AMONG CANADIANS TEAMS IN NEARLY EVERYTOWN Socker and Lacrosse Being Forced Into Background Hundreds of Leagues Formed in Dominion by Ic Players of States Pastime Young sters Take Up Yankee Game j I Baseball is king in Canada as it is in the United States A resume of the past summers sports snows that the American game has shown a greater increase in popularity there than any other of the many athletic pastimes which have secured a hold on the qutItSams most popular outdoor exercise will become the game of games here even as it Is south of the line True lacrosse which some years agb was made the national summer sport of Canadians is growing in popularity all the time but it is not anything like so common throughout the country as baseball Indeed la crosse is sectionals and is feeling the inroads of the United States sport right in Montreal and Ottawa the original gardens of the other game In fact there hardly is to be found in Canada a town where baseball is not played to some extent at least even in the wilds of the north Of course there is little of the professional kind for the country is as yet too small and poor to make professional sport a paying venture to any extent but with the increase In popu lation andwith the increased development every year the time is not far distant when the professional variety of the game will pay in small places on the other side of the great lakes as well if not better than to the south of them where the teams in small towns have to buck up against a certain opposition from the clubs in large nearby cities which often happen to be near The small city situated close to a large one where there Is a big league or big minor league ball played is at a serious disadvantage as a ball town for the fans get used to a better quali ty of the game than they are given by the team in their home lot As Canada develops there will be none of this at least for some time and ere long there will be any number of professional leagues springing up in different parts of the more prosperous provinces Right now there are hundreds of amateur baseball leagues in the coun try The favorite form is that of a league the towns in which are general ly commercial county and athletic rivals The players usually are ama teurs until they succeed in getting a pot of money together when nothing is thought of dividing the proceeds In reality few of the homebrew baseball players are amateurs as they usually manage to make a few dollars out of the game every summer for the con tests between rival towns always receive good support from the citizens of the two places interested Besides the teams in the leagues there are numerous independent aggre gations representing towns where the baseball bug has taken a firm hold And many of these outlaw outfits play fine baseball Often baseball spirited citizens In a town club together for the season with the purpose of putting a strong nine in the field and thereby advertising the municipality whereof they are residents In many cases this has been found to be exceedingly valuable from a publicity standpoint We see baseball then making In roads right in lacrosse centers In every town where lacrosse is played there is also a baseball team some times several On the other hand where baseball has the call no lacrosse or other sport can be found during the season in which the baseball team is playing And there are many towns in Ontario where there is nothing but baseball played during the warm months And further where the American game once gets a start it sticks for goodas the schoolboys take to it quicker than to anything else For many years association football or seeker was supposed to be the sport of western Ontario but it too is giving way as is lacrosse In former years where they had nearly all the towns west of Toronto in one or other of the big association football leagues now there are few of the larger places to be found with teams in the socker organizations The reason of this is found in the Increase of baseball as a sport of the people while football has not kept up with the times Bill Warner to Coach Indians Following in the steps of his brother Glenn Warner William J Warner of Cornell will this season coach an In dian football team He will have charge of the eleven of the Sherman Indian institute of Riverside Cal War ner had charge of the redskin team in 1904 and turned out a winning team Since he left Riverside the Sherman redskins have not been so successful Warners engagement as coach at Sherman institute puts an end to the rumors rife in the east to the effect that football is doomed in the far west The smaller colleges still cling to the game despite the fact that the uivrrclty or California and Leland Stanford university have abandoned the ir recF 7aeg e f oU 1t l 1 t tf i J fr iu The Maui of Toda r t Is a Wiser Marlj Allan M1lrphy rROM ALL OVER THE UNrOtt J Washington Apartment Houses Contain a Cosmopolitan Crowd representedinhouse the clerk at one of the bIg- gest Washington apartment houses was asked and the reply was It would be much easier to tell how many are not We have them from nearly every state in the union A mere categorical elaboration of uninterestingItapartment hquses numbers among ita occupants when congress is in ses sion both senators from Idaho a sena tor from Oregon a senator from California representatives from Pennsyl vania West Virginia and Ohio the secretary of the French legation and scores of other persons equally as di versified with respect to residential antecedents Another has a senator from Colorado a senator from Missouri and representatives from the following states Ohio Texas Colorado Missouri Florida Indiana North Carolina New York Illinois and Min nesota as well as the counsel of lega tion of Colombia and other people official and unofficial from north south apartmenthouseof Guatemala and Panama the coun selor of the Japanese embassy a sen ator from Maryland one from Utah and representatives from Illinois New York Ohio and Nebraska The Chilean and Venezuelan legations are in apart ment houses and nearly a score of diplomats have residences in apartment houses Statesmen as rarely find themselves neighbors with others from their own State as do people not In public life- Whether the natives of various restates are distributed among the apart ment houses in the same proportion that they are distributed in the city at large it is difficult to tell It is hard enough to keep track of the number of apartment houses which are spring Ing up like mushrooms in various parts of the city and such a task Is hereby sidestepped because there are already figures enough in this article Mathematics give some people a head ache and this is not ar lesson in arith notjft Proposed Canadian Canal Canadas minister of canals has pre sented to the Canadian house of com moos a suggestion that somethin should be done by the Dominion to provide a water route to compete with the Erie canal He proposed that a 25foot canal be dug to connect Lakes Erie and Ontariajl It is estimated that a canal ot depth sufficient to accommodate the largest lake craft would cost 25000000 to 30000OQO Such an improvement it is expected Canada will probably undertake with iUl 2 l L1- JI l I 1 of today is a wiser being than 4 THEman of 20 years ago This is particular ly true of his buying He makes up JiJs i mind that he wants a thing and he generally gets it You are interested in clothes for never has pride in personal appearance been so important the world as today but are you getting EXACTLY what you want Are your clothes wholly satisfactory to youPo they fit as smoothly as some you have seen Have they that atmosphere of t distinction which people call style J These things are hard to get in clothes in f exactly proper quantity The AVERAGE tailor I cannot give them to you If he could he would t be average You probably can hardlynot afford the other kindl t But you CAN afford what SteinBloch do for you They gather from all 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CAR The other morning vu thought our editorial on the street car company had creep efficacious fii that the car standing b been the Brown hadtbeen moved away and stored in some Mess flouspicious part of the city But on going out on the street we found that it had simply been moved thirty or orty fed south just out OL the line of our vivin Bat there are hopes We notice that Ihc street car magnates are t m etiJgin Lexington this week Per I lisps the car will ultimately be moved Let us hbpe it will be before some serious accident results by areasoi of the blocking f the prin cipal street in the city LITTLE EXCITEMENT i With the election two weeks off speculation as to the result becomes snore active There is lurwever less xeiijient thebvoters than at any Nat iajal election within our memory It seems imPos- sible for the leaders to st rup any of thJ old time enthusiasm Both candidates as we have heretofore1 i said rre men of higEcdiameter who r have long been in the public eye Thoir cbaracteristics tive known their polidies ale familiar to all ffIrcfojs a feeling that witlyeither the count will go on in she same old way The merchants only desire the l campaign over The has been a d ci improvement in tilt business situation all over the country and TuVhceiU but rest from politics to still furhtre accelerate business activity We arc on the eve of a period of v greU iosperity through the Ration SaTor the past year we have been sim country will go on in the same old everythingpis iior ready to witness a material devdufzneiit greater than we have ever Wetf Fortlie nt ten yearsV2 we Mtf firmly satisfied tit gs will be on the upward trend inII all that X make iur our material jrowtn 1 THE STRAW VOTE The political prophet is broad in the hind The political prognosti eaten appears in every newspaper The reat papers are filifog their cplairs with straw votes with polls taken by postal card and by canvas ainong the small cities and in their neighborhoods jcNew York Herald ryud World ttQWricoeiiln mg Cincin En wirer and Tlu TimesStar West The New Vork Heraldsy pollon Sunday seems to indicate the Probable election of Taft It gives as reasiioably sure 204 votes in the electoral column to the Republicans 161 to Bryan with 118 doubtful ButI itfarthtr says that it jll depends on v the undercurrent It n ert3 that if sit is true that Bryan is holding the labor vte there will be liiidslile in HeraldVj rNwjrersey Maryland and Delaware are now debatable ground It claims that bodysrUfrsbt In the West he Enquijer is now taking what seems to be a thorough seclctpdIl If it is approximately tsprrccr Taft is in danger of losing Ohio and Indiana is already safe for Bryan The resjltas announced in ro i Snnrays Enqiurcr was 6237 for Bryan 6814 for Taft But perhaps ihe croft significant feat ere of the poll was that while only f2S Demo crats announced that they would this iJjrear change to Taft 1471 Republi an3 stated that they intended to 3 ji vote for Bryan this year Ohio is getting ninqomfprtably close foir the Taft managers Ab 0 Kentucky theie cems to be no particular lino on winch to jndge the iGiilrpjlii the Nev York Her ald and World put the State in the reason aMyv sure Bryan column while i coiveppondent of ibe Enquirer writes that the result will undoubtedly f be close with niauy surprises- on the Republican side But there is one comfort for allof us The time is getting short and on November 4 we will all know Of course 3R matter of fi v a pollof any kind is but jittle more than a guess No one con estimate how the great silent vote is to be cast In 1906 the New York World just be fore Vlfc election showed in its poll that Parker would carry his home Stuti lv over 200000 raa jmty while on election day Roosevelt was 175 000 in the good BRYAN STARTS ON HIS FINAL SWING Present Trip Will Take Him to Atlantic Coast Fairview Lincoln Neb Oct 19 William J Bryans final swing around the country which will carry him to the Atlantic coast was begun here when he left over the Burlington for St Louis where he will make an extended speech previously to crossing the Mississippi and speaking to the employes of the National Stockyards at East St LouisIFrom East St Louis Mr Bryan and party are traveling in a special car for the balance of the trip which will conclude at Lincoln on the night of Nov 2 Accompanying him are Mrs Bryan Private Secretary Rose Mayor F W Brown of Lincoln and four cor respondentsTonight Bryan is scheduled to make four addresses in Chicago the day being spent in the delivery of rearend speeches from his car which was attached to a regular Chicago Alton train Four Hurt In Collision Urbana 0 Oct 19 A carriage occupied by A d Logsden a farmer his two young daughters and Mr Grassball a guest from Dennison 0 was struck by an Ohio Electric ear as they were driving onto the road from the Logsden farm south of the city Mr Logsden and the young girl were slightly injured and were taken back to their home Mr Grass bal and the other girl were seriously burt and were brought to a sanltar lun here They may not survive TAFT EXPECTS TO WIN IN NOVEMBERn Talks to Southern Trip Washington pet 19I expect to be elected to the presidency said Judge Taft standing In the East room of the White House facing 30 or 40 newspaper men who had congregated to meet him after he had spent the day as President Ropseveltt guest The answer was In response to a question after a brief discussion of Mr Tafts recent tour through the southern states of which he had spoken as a pleasing experience With reference to that tour he would only say he thought it would open the way for improved Republican condi tions in future campaigns Judge Taft expressed a delicacy In reveal ing the Issues which he and the presi dent had discussed and when pressed for a statement as to the presidents view 6CJHhe situation he would only say The president is not a pessi mist Nor am I he added Rumors Unfounded Constantinople Oct 19 The report that the mobilization of the Tur kish troops had been ordered Is un founded Presumably it arose through the fact that certain battalions of the Anatolian reserves attached to the Salnlka and Adrianople army corps were convoked for maneuvers In the native districts and that three bat talions were ordered to BCpnstantI nople from Macedonia for police ser vice inthe capital being replaced by an eiqual number of Bedlfs from SmyrnaManufacturers Optimistic New York Oct 19The National Association of Manufacturers announced that every branch of industry is showing marked Increases of business and that during the past three months trade conditions have taken on new activity In an exhaus tive canvass among the 3000 members of the association ths returns bear out the prediction that practically every manufacturing business will be upon a normal basis of pro duction during 1909 ar a HOME TRADE BOOMER Value of a Progressive Union In Boosting a Town REACHES OUT FOR BUSINESS How a New Orleans Organization Develops Its Local TraderHomemade Articles Exploited by Advertising Exhibition by Manufacturers Held Do you wish to enlarge your hometown u want to Increase Its yetradelocal you anxious to see a spirit of activity i n the Btdres espe cially by your fellow citizens trading at their home stores Then you must advertise Patronize youivlocaUnews papers Call the business men and merchants together and form an asso elation to further your Interests New Orleans has struck the key note In this line What she did last year and is still doing through the work of a progressive union can in some measure be done by any town At least its principle is a good one that of developing local trade and ac tively reaching out to attract people to her hospitable doors The alms of the New Orleans Pro gressive union may be briefly summed up in the statement that it stands for expansion of trade territory new In dustrIes high class Immigration bet ter trait and mall service municipal sanitation and health exploitation of the citys advantages increased Pana ma trade steamship lines to South America lower freight rates higher education home patronage of home in dustries more railroads more capital and more labor Along these lines the organization has done much during the year and expects to do even more In the near future The present administration is Justly proud of the part that the union has played in the develop ment of the lakes to the gulf deep waterway project Under its present management the Progressive union has after months of labor finally succeeded in having the various railroads leading Into New Or leans grant ten day free stopovers there on all continuous tickets issued from various points in the east west and north For years the business interests of New Orleans had tried to bring about the adoption of the free stopovers but failure marked every effort until this year In the final fight every Influence controlled by the Progressive union was brought Into play and after months of correspondence on the subject all railroad and steamship lines operating In and out of New Orleans acknowledged the claims of the Crescent City and granted the stopovers It has been estimated that the stopover privilege means something like 1300000 to New Orleans every year- Through the work of the Progressive union seven new mall trains have been secured for New Orleans and that city has been made the headquarters of a new railway mall division This means Increased mall facilities for all mer chants and business men and quicker dispatch in the handling of all kinds of advertising matter literature and other mailrUnder the auspices of the New Or leans Progressive union the manufac turers of that city held an exhibition where nearly everything manufactured In that city was shown In an exhibi tion lasting an entire month The Progressive union which was at the head of this enterprise is the largest civic organization in the south ern states and has during the last few rears been very active In promoting that citys welfare by advertising its resources and helping Its merchants in every way to fight its Industrial and commercial battles- Characteristic of the press which is constantly taking steps to advance the interests of the community it serves the New Orleans Daily States gives manufacturers of that city an oppor tunity to make their goods known at very small expense Three times a week its columns are offered free to exploit homemade articles presenting their good points and other reasons why they should have the preference of local buyers In return for his the publishers ask the manufacturers to take a ten or twenty line ad three times a week The merchants of New Orleans also used every effort to cooperate with the Progressive union each merchant after his own fashion getting up some special attraction or inducement to help attract the crowds simultaneously to and coincident with the big manufacturing exhibition One very prominent music house ar ranged an exhibition of high art music al Instruments through the different manufacturers they represent and kept open house giving free recitals day and night This feature in itself at tracted very wide and favorable corn meat Others arranged special exhib its and some made preparations to show their plants In operation to their visiting customers On the whole there seems to be a general spirit of awakening as well as cooperation among the commercial in terests of that whole city looking toward corralling as large a volume of business as the souths metropolis is usually accustomed to Other of the countrys cities towns and merchants might well afford to emulate this spit In touching upon the home manu facturers exhibition M B Trezevant secretarymanager of the Progressive union said in part recently We are teaching the people of New Orleans to buy at home to always give hememade goods the preference and v y when buying to ask foltJiome goods If home goods are not offered them begin with In this way we will toI millions ofdollars at home and into the tills of the home merchants Instead of sending them away to pay labor in dther parts of the country and even in other countries Being representative of all the trades and even all the professions and being biased or bdund in no way the Progressive union is able to take hold of any business or public project which Is legitimate in character It is as able and willing to help to pave a street as it is to take part in the establishing of a new steamship line to Central Amer ica Its usefulness is hardly begun in spite of what it has accomplished for the opening of the Panama canal opens to New Orleans a vista of prosperity such as it would not have dreamed of a few years ago To take full advan tage of such opportunities as now pre sentthemselyes or are about to a city must have militant commercial organi zatlon The Progressive union proposes to erect a monument to Itself in the part it will take in bringing to New Orleans a big percentage of the trade which will ebb and flow through the big artificial waterway which will soon connect the Atlantic with the Pa dfio In this work and in all other work we will undertake we will welcome the aid of every true spirited man in the city Every man young or old who believes in boosting his home city should join the Progressive union and put his shoulder to the wheel If you believe In boosting your home town even if your tradesmen are few In number get together and organize a Progressive union Then at any rate carry out Its main aims if you do nothing elseIIVALUE OF STREET TREES Advantage of Beautifying Towns While They Are Building Writing of the value of street trees J H Reed tree warden of Riverside saysI was riding In one of our most beautiful California towns with one of its prominent business men a few days ago Passing through a portion of the city which had been early and wisely planted to street trees and well cared for I said to my friend Suppose all the streets of your city had been planted like this when first Improved as this was and continuously cared for as this has been in your judgment how much would it have added to your present taxable proper F1fIOnehalf of 1 per cent of the annual valuation as the town developed spent on beautifying Its streets would have made the entire city now as beautiful as the part we were driving through Had this enhanced the valuation over what It is now but by 10 per cent in stead of 50 we see at once the enor mous advantage of beautifying our towns while they are building And this money consideration Is by no means the largest return That these facts are being appreciated more fully than heretofore is Indicated by the greater activity In street tree planting and the frequent inquiries from city authorities as well as Individuals as to what and how to plant Public Rights In Natural Scenery Though private ownership of land has never been more secure than at present or the owner more protected in his rights all fair minded persons are asking if these rights are not often exceeded In the use of land Certain Institutions manufactories etc may not be built in residence districts where legal restrictions are based on the greatest good to the greatest num ber a majority rule the basis of our United States government Natural beauty should be a common heritage for it Is the chief natural enjoyment of the human family and we have the same right to It that we have to pure air and should as quickly resent any interference therewith Billboards un sightly buildings tall fences the cut ting down of fine trees except to clear building sights should be subjects for legal restriction lest any fair city or town eventually become altogether artificial and unsightly Beautiful grounds well planted streets and parks go far to counteract the destruction of natural beauty by the self ish and narrow souled landowner but these can never entirely replace the great charm which natural scenery holds for one and all If the departing mortal has not left the world In someway better than he found It he has lived In vaintMunicipal Tree Control v There appears to be no legitimate reason why a city or town should not appropriate money for the setting out of trees along streets and highways although of course the taxpayer bears the burden of expense It Is recognized that a sidewalk or curb put in front of a lot is an improvement to It the abutter being taxed for such Improvements and since a tree Is an Improvement every whit as necessary and convenient and still more desir able from a civic beauty standpoint the city or town should bear the expense of planting and maintenance or make a direct assessment on the abutting property Concrete Curb and Gutter A number of the streets in Santa Monica Cal have concrete curbs and gutters On one street the gutter Is six feet wide The cost of such con struction is probably no more than asphalt with its foundation says Popu lar Mechanics The concrete construe tion Is both durable and presents 3 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water proof as shoes can be made We Sell Manhattan Shirts Knox and Stetson HatsI McCord Smith G Phillips WHEN You WANT f TO SEE TH- ESHOESTYI f 3rTEPDOWtNONmHE L ti c iTi f J vComer y a j r i MASSIEt rrr Tine ShQC MEln ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS t SUBSCRIBE FOR THE MEWS c j y r e r t if I f r i 1 t I i r JTF ffi 1 I I lp 0 THE WIHCNESTE NEWS 1u I P SOCIETY IMarriage Announcement The narriage of Miss Cordie Lee Salender to Mr Henry Raymond LnciiS of Middletown Oho will take place nt St Josephs Church this city on November 3ut 7 a m No card but friends of tie family Jn viteii Charming Dinner A charming dinner party given at the BrownProctcria Hotel Sunday evening was composed of Misses Elizabeth Clark Sara Goodloe Ben ton Margaret Mulunley and Messrs Thompson Betts Wilis Battaile and Floyd Clay Entertainments For the Week Mrs Harry Strothei gives a reception Thursday evening in her new home on South Maple street Mrs James M Pickrell entertains with a reception in her most charm ing way Wednesday afternoon and Wednesday evening in hpnor of Mrs and Mrs William French Mrs Will Grant gives a reception on next Friday at her home on East Broadway f PERSONALS Mr and Mrs Je Crews Rash of Clay City are visiting his parents Rashcwa town Sun 1day tiIand Mrs Thomas A Combs Mr stud Mrs Marion Vaughn came over jom Lexington Sunday and were he guests of Miv W D Smith while here They weni fjom here to SterlingiClay Croxton vs in Millers burg Friday night to attend the Leap Year cance Miss hnrv Lyle Duty and Miss Tay lor arc attending the n etingof the Missionary Societies of the Metho dist Iliurch and are wits Misses Lodcma and Lillian Wood while ther2 Mr Connie Lisle forrrer post master here is in town Miss Clay Croxton is isiting Mrs A Clavenee Kenney of pirib- Mv Homer Mac Neil ias accepted a position with Stokeiy and Roun sava1 He will be g w3 to see his many rends there SteFling W W George at the St George Hotel Mrs C B George has returned from a visit to her sivror Mrs J San Blount in Lexington Me and Mrs 0 B lbs and several f lends were in town Sunday in their automobile vbitng Mrs W A IBejtty Mr and Mrs W T Ogden and son Frank left for Louisville Monday Mr Ogden says he has some little legal business to attend to and wants to hear W J Bryan speak Mr and Mrs Jas Jones of Geor gia street visited relatives in Lexing ton SundayIHenry Owen who has been engaged in business at Indianapolis Td for the past year has returned home to visit his parents for a few days Miss Sarah J Owen of Tulip who has been visiting her sister Mrs W H Irvine on Alabama street has returned home Mrs James Benton has returned home Fa most delightful visit to her aim and son Mr Curren Ben ton of Detroit Michigan Mr Steve Davis was in Lexington Sunday Wallace M Witt of Witt iSprings Estill county is visiting his sons Grant and Charlie in this city Mondayfromting in work for sometime for Grant Witt Co Miss Pattie Carr of Maysville is the attractive guest jot Miss Sara Beverly Jouett Miss Nancy Stevenson returned home Monday morning from a mot delightfulvisit to Miss Kate Camp bell of Nicholasville Mr Ben Rucker much to the re gret of the Burcy Society has re signed his position and accepted a position as clerk in Cincinnati Mr Sam Ashbrook and Miss Fan T Bishop of Cynthiana publicly an nounced their engagement for No vember We wish them all the happi ness in the worIaJMr Harry Crawford was stric in with paralysis Thursday and iain a critical condition Mr Ben Bramblett is quite ill Mr Will Eckleys daughter is ill of typhoid fever Mr Jas Watts is ill of typhoid feverMajor E M Laughlin and Mrs L K Ridley arrived Saturday night to be with Mrs Laughlin who is very ill at the home of Clay Wheeler on South Maple Mrs Rufus Lisle is with Mrs C F Mauier of East High street Lex ingtonMiss Hallie Vaughn is visiting Mr and Mrs R C Mansfield Mrs Susan G Anderson is visit ing relatives in Tennepsee Miss Margaret Hampton has re turned from a delightful visit with her sister Mrs Hugh K Searcy in Lawrencebuig Mr Bruce Duty spent Sunday athomeMiss th Clarke of Lexing ton is the attractive guestof Miss Margaret McKinley Miss Mabel Shipp has returned from a visit to Micldesboro where she has been visiting her brother Mr Malcolm Shipp Mr Gillespie is a visitor in town Mrs Sue Vivion has returned from a visit of several days in Lex ingtonMr Jackson Js ill at his home on Lexington avenue His many friends hope for his speedy re coveryMiss Fan T Bishop of Cynthiana isthe charming guest of Mr and e Mrs John R Viley The BrownProetqria Hotel was Sunday evening with din ner partiest Mr John Cooper of New York City is the guest of the family of R S Taylor Mr and Mrs J S Halstead of At lanta Georgia is visiting the family of Mr Stuart Taylor Mrs Olivia Davis of Vicksburg Miss is the guejt of her mother Mr James Swope of Cincinnati visited his father Mr John Swope Sunday Stanley Manix of Mt Sterling spent Sunday with his aunt Mrs W WGeorgeMrs Adoock and children of Paris are visiting her mother Mrs Woodward on Ifa yes street Judge J M Bcuton left this morn ing for Richmond to attend Circuit CourtMrs Torvin who is the teacher of music in North Middletown Col legt was the guest of her mother Mrs Bean on College street Dr D M Lawson of Nowata Ok lahoma was in town from Thursday until Saturday the guest of Dr and Mrs Richard B Hunter The Clark County Post Graduate Course meets with Dr J N Rankin on next Thursday Drs McKim y and Worthington have papers to read REAL ESTATE SALE Bloomfield Brock sold to Mrs G N Wasserboehr a lot on French avenuefor 600 and other considera tions Mrs Wasserboehr will begin at once the erection of a handsome new residence Cut Glass at Cut Prices I purOhased a selec l tion at a bankrupt sale while in New York r rsHaggard H I i J iE i fr f r SHORTER WORK DAY Will Com When Women Vote Say Suffragists p Buffalo NY Oct 19What woman with the ballot in her hand could do toward alleviating the harships and Buffering in the industrial world due to injustice and inequality was told at an industrial massrmgetlng at the Star theater by delegates to the liatlonalsociation President Anna H Shaw in opening the meeting said that every human being should be given the opportunity to toil that Gods greatest gift to the human race was when he sent man fortn into the world to earn his bread by the sweat of his brow I believe in tollsaldMiss Shaw and and in the dignity of labor and I also believe in adequate compensation work done The report of the committee on industrial problems affecting women byF1oreIceKelleypart Votes for working women mean shorter hours Eight hours for men 10 hours for children unlimited hours forwomen such Is our practice today in an Inceaslng number of states Eight hours for all workers would do more to redue tuberculosis than all the crusades against it that are going on in the world today Working women have the working day of eight hours only in the four states In which they vota Colorado Idaho Utah and Wyoming Eight hours for men 10 for chil dren unlimited hours for women will continue in practice until workingwomen themselves help to elect the judges who now annul the statutes enacted to protect women and chil dren Four Children Cremated Altoona Pa Oct 19An overheated stove set fire to a dwelling house at Summit a mining town 10 miles west of here and four children lost their lives while two other persons were probably fatally injured The dead Morris Delaney 15 Robert Na gle 13 Joseph Delaney 9 Charles Delaney 20 months The injured Mrs Luke Delaney mother of the Delaney children jumped from sec ond story window taken to Johns town hospital in dying condition Wilson Judge 10 leg broken internally injured TURKEY PREPARES FOR WAR IN VAIN Bulgaria Backs Cowo en Sliow of Force Paris Oct 19 Bulgaria has backed down according to Naoum Pasha the Turkish ambassador and not only has the probability of war which appeared imminent been eliminated but an understanding between Bulgaria and Turkey is in sight The ambassador practically admitted that the two countries were on the verge of war and explained that while his denial of the mobilizaton of the Turkish troops is literally true it was equally true that mobilization had been previously ordered and then suspended The oriental crisis has been devel oping with such rapidity he said that every hour has ftc importance It Is true that my government after warning the powers in a circular let ter that Turkey would be compelled to take measures for Its own protection unless Bulgarian activities ceas ed without result decided on Friday to proceed with the necessary precau tionary measures which included a plan of mobilization and the drawing up of orders which later were issued to the railroad lines for the transportation of the troops The cabinet in dorsed the act in the utmost secrecy but its plans evidently leaked out In the meantime the projected measures were abandoned because we received the assurances we demanded from Bulgaria I have not any right to say more at the present time Within 48 hours the situation will be modified In a way most favorable to the maintenance of peace Already a dispatch from Sofia announces that the decree convoking the reserves was annulled This is the commencement and a confirmation of the assurances we demanded Private advices from the Young Turks indicate that the situation In the Interior Is growing grave and that there is much reactionary excitement In Asia Minor where martial law has been declared There have been mas sacres of the Jews at Bagdad and of Armanians at ViranShehr The Young Turks claim to possess proof of a plot against Prince Sabah Bet dine chief of the Young Turk party and they believe that ifthe prl is murdered Jesperate internecine strife will follow Prince In Belligerent Mood Belgrade Oct 19 M Mllovano Ics the Servian foreign minister left here for the capitals of the powers to place Servias wishes before there spective governments in an endeavor to reach an understanding in the Balkan situation He will go to Ber lin first and thenca to London Paris and Rome Crown Prince George in bidding the forelpnminister farewell said Do you speak as the representative of 250000 bayonets Make no concessions Only by this course will you be able to return to Servia t i r y REPORT IN PAPER DECLARED FALSE Prominent Member of Equity Society Says Story About Salaries is Untrue The article published in the Lex ington Leader Sunday morning about the salaries of the officers of the Burley Society is absolutely untrue and is only published to do harm to the Society said a prominent member of the Society here The article stated that Mr Clar ence Le finis president of the Society receives 10000 annual salary and eight members of the Executive Board 2500 each for their ser vicesNeither Mr Le Busnor any mem ber of the Executive Committee receive any salary for his services The only thing they receive is their ex pense to and from Winchester when stfuINTERESTING PROGRAM AT FORD FOR TEACHERS Educational Division No Will Meet to Hear Papers on October 30 Educational Division No 1 cf which Sperintendent C A Tanner is President Professor J M Hubbard Vice President Miss Rosa Couch man Secretary will meetat Ford on Friday October 30 The following is the program The Importance of Successful Pri mary Training rMiss Sara Waller Why Should a Systematic Study of Language Precede the Study of Grammar 1 Miss Margaret McKinley To what exteot should every les son be a spelling lesson Miss Nan HalleyWhat should make for the government ofschoolsMiss DelsieDepp Drawing as it should be taught in the county scho aMiss Carrie Mc EwanEffects of narcotics Mrs J M HubbardTeaching of diacritics Miss Florence Harding Opening exercises Miss Carrie Morgan Graves The Assigning of lessons =Miss Elizabeth Garrison Bette Teachers = better schools and better salaries Prof J M Hubbard School improvement league Miss Rosa Coachman EAST END NEWS Thomas J Wdkerson and family of Kentucky street have moved to Housstonia Pettis county Mo irrD Sinnptcr has about completed a nice residence on South Ken tucky street Mr Symps Finnell has moved from Hayes street to corner of Georgia and Hiekman Sam M Hisle has moved from 201 Jackson street to Franlfovt Ky to make it his future home The Farmers and Shippers hock Yards Co on W nn avenue are buIlding a new stable near the pres ent on 50x80 feet of ground Rev J W Witldon conducted the seriat Mt Abbott Methodist Church Sunday morning Subject Tlio Ten Virgins The tract of Jand lying on Jef fersoi and Jackson streets belong ing io the C 0 R R Co has bee i tcnced and new pavement put dowi ts entire length The land has beea divided into lots 50x150 feet and handsome residences will soon take tilt place of vacaot lots The north endof Jackson street betvveej Jefferson and Winn avenue has been closed to the public for several days on account of extensive repaifs being made to the bridge over the C 0 JR Rat that place D A R MEETING The regular monthly meeting of Hart Chapter D A R which was to have been held on Friday the October 2 will be postposed on account of the Conference to be held in Lexington on that date The meeting will be held on the 30th at the home of Miss Annie Croxton ill the members are urged tobe pfesentV CHRISTIAN = EWWgoWla of Ili the hristjaillScijnce Board of Lec7 tureship of the First Church of Christ Scientist of Boston Mass will lecture on Cnristian Science at the Opera House here October 25 The Public is cordially invited to at tend the lecture Trouble Some folks says Brother Dickey have so much trouble in this world that the place where Satan lives at will look familiar to em J 3 c1 t A f1 f J t P yU AND HE LOOKED THIS WAYand discovered a firstclass Jeweler Store f AND HE LOOKED THAT WAYand found that the stock presented most excellent lines and was thoroughly upto date AND WHEN HE SAWlthe prices that he could buy the e rich elegant goodshe- was convinced that THERE WAS NO MANw- hoi could truthfully proclaim a better display OpticianNo The article you buy herei r will be the best of its for the price you pay That rt is what we started out to t give the public and our t y creasing trade is the west itevidence that our GOODS r PRICES and TREATMENT please the people I If you are not a patron of f iu ours we want to make your r acquaintance come in and r we will show you our large and complete stock of Furniture Rugs China Cut Glass Etc II HALL 8l ECTONFUR- NITUREUNDERTAKING L 1 ARTIS TURNBULL l NNrlJI E THE r ARRIVAL DAILY r OF NEW MODELS INJ SUITS COATS WAISTS AND SKIRTS Our Strictly Tailored Models Reveal in a Marked L 1 Degree that Indefinite Something Called Style r AutumnsNewest TexturesL IN HIGH GRADE SILKS AND DRESS GOODS i f We Invite You toInspect the Seasons New est Ideas Weaves arid Textures in Our Varied and i Extensive Stock Ij CLASSIFIED COLUMNm ADVERTISING RATESIOnehalf cent per tion 5 cents per calendar month Nothing counted less than 20 words No item charged on books for less than 25 cent- sWANTEDSecondhand oldfash ioned brass kettle Cheap Ad dress X News office 10126t FOUNDBunchof keys Owner can have same by calling at The News office and paying for this advertiscmidnty lsr t b 109l proper Enoilg Gracious children stop that nol ePctied mamma fBut were playing war replied trie eldest What You mustnt play war on Sunday But mamma this fsa religious war Natural Deduction Peckem Icant understand why so many people look upon Friday ag the unluckiest day of the week J Mrs PeckemWhy do you consid er it lucky PeckemIt must be Few people set married on that day r fit i t WANTED People who have room 4sto rent board for sale or who want help to advertise in this 3ol umn 10Kif WANTEDTo rent eight roomV house gas and wafer Must bey V centrally located Address B thiJoffi c I123t WANTED C EWiNGIam prepared to do all kinds of sewing Ladies t shirt waists and childrens dress making a specialty Call at 234 S Highland street MRS J C LAItY 1019lmo Fastidious n When a New York fireman answer ing an alarm attempted to enter a Fifth avenue mansion he was rev quested to wipe his feet No doubt he is glad the butler wasnt fastidious enough to order him to change his hoseCleveland Plain Dealer t i awor 4 fYonfor my money sir Well madam You ertainly have not the face to sugge that jI married V r TOU forf your beiztit4Baltimoria- A ariLRI1 A V yjl J ivt v ir I l r f S I s I 1 r T fTHE WINCHESTER NEWS lShe Younger Setle It By ROBERT W CHAMBERS 9Author of The Fighting Chance Etc 6 jft Copyright 1907 by Robert W Chambers IO ooee G Even If he had done what she heard Soeamund Fane say he had done it hfl remalneSCjiieaningless id her save for the manner of the telling But now but now Why had they laugh ed Why had their attitudes and man ner and the disconnected phrases in French left her flushed and rigid among the idle group at supper Why had they suddenly seemed to remem her her presence and express their abrupt consciousness of it in such furtive signals and silence It was false anyway whatever it meant And anyway it was false that he had driven away in MrsRuth yens brougham But oh if he had onlystayed if he had only remained tbJs friend of hers who had been so nice to her from the moment he came Into her life so generous so considerate so lovely to her and to Gerald For a moment the glow remained then a chill doubt crept in Would he the have remained had he known she was to be there Where did he after the dinner As for what said it was absurd And yet and yet r sayIlwaningReUpon the wantnufirc restlessly again elbows close together on her knees face framed in her hands shefhe exclaimed laughing But she very young and seriously in tent was now wrestling with the mighty platitudes youth First of all She desired to know what meaning life held for humanity Then she ex pressed a doubt as to the necessity for Human happines discove-ryas sufficient substitute But he heard in her childish babble the minor murmur of an undercurrent quickening for the first time and he listened patiently andanswered grave Iy touched by her irremediable loneli ness t So when she said that she was tired of gayety that she would like to study h4 said that he would take up any thing she chose with her And when she spoke vaguely of a life devoted to good works hof v wiser charity of be yJthose who quired material aid he was very serious go they of but ventured to =suggest thatsheYeti as me it am dance her firsttired she said season through as a sort of flesh mortifying penance preliminary to her spiritual novitiate Yes she admitted thoughtfully You are right Nina would feel dreadful if I did not go on or if she imagined I cared so little for it all But one season Is enough to waste Dont you think so Quite enough he assured her Andwhy should I ever marry she demanded lifting her clear sweet eyes to his Why indeed 1 he repeated with conviction I can see no reason I am glad you understand me she sail 1 am not a marrying woman Not at all he assured her No I am not and Nina the darling5 esnt understand Why what do you suppose But would it be a breach of confidence to anybody if I told you I doubt it he said What is it you have to tell me Onlyits very very silly only several men and one nice enough to know better Sudbury Gray Asked you to marry them 7 he fine ished nodding his head atthe cat Yessbe admitted frankly aston 1 ished But how did you know j onrThere is nothing more she said without embarrassment r fold Nina each time but she confused me by ask ing for details and the details were too foolish and too annoying to repeat I I do not wish to marry anybody I think I made that very plain to everybody Right as usual he said cheerful ly You are too intelligent to con sider that sort of thing just now A rYou do understand me dont you 1 she said gratefully There are so I many serious things in life to learn and to think of and that is the very last thing I should ever consider I f am very very glad I had this talk with you Now I am rested and I shall retire for a good long sleep With which paradox she stood up stifling a tiny yawn and looked smil ingly at l1rnf all the old sweet confi dence in Tier eyes Then suddenly l amodang4 11Wi Who suggested that you call me by t first nai11eT she asked 1 ruS megood angel or other May n J If you please I rather like It But J couldnt very well call jou anything except CaDtaip Selwyn V 0c j f v- yj J V On account or my agor Your ager contemptuous in her con fident equality Oh my wisdom then You probably reverence me too deeply Probably not I dont know I couldnt do It somehow Try Itrunless youre afraid Im not afraid Yes you are If you dont take a dare You dare me I Philip she said hesitating adora bleinherembhrrassmentUNo No No I cant do It that way in cold blood Its jgot to be Captain Sel wyn for awhile anyway Good night bandIshale followed Then she turned gay Jy away leaving him standing before the whitening ashes He thought the fire was dead but when he turned out the lamp an hour later under the ashes embers glowed In the darkness of the winter morning Chapiter 7r IDLENT and the enemy grins remarked Selwyn as lie started for church with Nina and the chil dren Austin knee deep supplementsEileen was now convalescent from grip but still unsteady on her legs gripI Eileen come saying her nose was rtoo pink Dri na entertained Boots and then Selwyn return ed and talked army talk with him until tea was served Dri rj na poured tea very prettily Nina had driven Austin to yes Dtpers The tam Drina poured tea very ly dined at 7 so prettily Drina could sit up special treat on ac countofBoots presence attable Gerald was expected but did not come The next morning Selwyn went downtown at the usual hour and found Gerald pale and shaky hanging over his desk and trying to dictate letters to an uncomfortable stenographer- So he dismissed the abashed girl for the moment closed the door and sat down beside the young man Go home Gerald he said with de- cIsion When Neergard comes in Ill tell him you are not well And old fellow dont over come near the office again when youre in this condition Im a perfect fool faltered the boy his voice trembling I dont really care for that sort of thing either But you know how it Is in that set What set Oh the Fanes the Ruth He stammered himself into s ence I see What happened last night The usual two tables full of it There was a wheel too I had no intention But you know yourself how it parches your throat the jollying and laughing and excitement I forgot fill about what youwhat we talked over Im ashamed and sorry butxl can stay here and attend to things of course I dont want Neergard to see you repeated Selwyn Wwhy stammered the boy do I look as rocky as thaUff Yes See here you are not afraid of me are you T Nb You dont think Im one of those long faced blue nosed buttersin do yon You have confidence in me havent you You know Im an aver age and normally sinful man who has made plenty of mistakes and who un derstands how others make them You know that dont you old chap YesThenyou will listen wont you GeraldSThe boy laid his arms on the desk and hid his face in them Then he noddedFor ten minutes Selwyn talked to him with all the terse and colloquial confidence of a comradeship founded upon respect for mutual fallibilityno instruction no admonition no blame no reproach only an affectionately log ical review of matters as they stood and as they threatened to stand The boy fortunately was still pliable and susceptible still unalarmed and frank It seemed that he had lost money again this time to Jack Ruth ven and Selwyns teeth remained sternly Interlocked as bit by bit the story came out but in the telling the boy was not quite as frank as he might hdve been and Selwyn supposes he was able to stand his loss without seeking Anyw nldIvoice Ive learned one a business man cant acquire the habits and keep the infernal hours that suit t people who can take all day to sleep it oft Richt said Selwvn i i fE f 1 Besides my income cant stand ifadded Geralfr naively Neither could mine old fellow And Gerald cut out this card busi Grip f he asked nesa Its the final refuge of the fee ble minded You like It Oh well If ypuve got to play if youve no better resource for leisure and if nonpartiel patlon isolates you too completely from other idiots play the gentlemans game which ImbecileI game where nobody need worry over the stakes But theyd laugh at me I know But Boots Lansing would not and you have considerable respect for him Gerald nodded He had immediately succumbed to Lansing like everybody x else IAnd one thing more said Selwyn Dont play for stakesno matter how insfrnifeantwhere wrimon sit in the games Fashionable or not It Is rotten sport whatever the ethics may be And Gerald tainted sport and a clean record cant take the same fence together A little later the boy started for home at Selwyns advice But the memory of his card losses frightened him and he stopped on the way to see what money Austin would advance himJulius Neergard came up from Long Island arriving at the office about noon The weather was evidently cold on Long Island He had the complex Ion of a raw ham but the thick fat hand with its bitten nails which he offered Selwyn as he entered his office was unpleasantly hot and on thAhinnose which split the broad expanse of face a bead or two of sweat usual ly glistened winter and summer Wheres Gerald lie asked as an office boy relieved him of his heavy box coat arid brought his mail to him I advised Gerald to go home observed Selwyn carelessly uHe Is not perfectly well- Neergards tiny mouselike eyes set close together stole brightly in Sel wyns direction but they usually look ed just a little past a man seldom at hImIed Neergard as though satisfied that Gerald had it Then he sat down and rubbed his large membraneous ears Captain Selwyn he began Im satisfied that its a devilish good thingAre you- EmplmtJcalIy Ive mastered the Details virtually all of gem Heres the l TheIacres scrub pine scrub sand and weeds and controls 40QO more that Is to say the club pays the farmers rents and fixes their fences and forIpays them to maintain millet and buckwheat patches and to act as wardens In re turn the farmers post their 4000 acres for the exclusive benefit of the club Is that plain PerfectlyVery then Now the Siowitha largely composed of very rich men lis them Bradley Harmon Jack EileenS Ruthven George Fane Sanxon Orchil the Hon DelmourCarnesthat crOwd rich and stingy Thats why they ate contented with a yearly agreement with the farmers instead of buying the 4000 acres Why put a lot of good money out of commission when they can draw interest on it and toss an in significant fraction of that interest as- a sop to the farmers Do you ee7 Thats your millionaire method and Its what makes em in thefiist place He drew a large fancy handkerchief from his pistol pocket and wiped the beads from the bridge of his limber nose But they reappeared again Now he snideIam satisfied that working very carefully we can secure options on every acre of the four thousand There is money in It either way and any way we work it We get it coming timl going Firstof all if the Siowitha people find that they i J hd really cannot get on without controlling these acres whynd he snickered so that his nose curved Into a thin ruddy beakwhy captain I suppose we could fet them have the land Eh Oh yes jf they must have it Selwyn fro ned slightly X But the point is continued Neer gard that it borders the railroad on the north and where the land is not wavy Its flat as a pancake andhe sank his husky voice1 its fairly rid dIed with water I paid a thousand dollars for six tests Water repeated Selwyn wonder ingly Why its dry as a desert Underground water only about forty feet on the average Why man I cnn hitn well flowing 3000 gallons almost anywhere Its a gold mine I dont care what you do with the- acreagesplit It up into lots and ad vertise or club the Siowitha people into submission its all the same its a gold mine to be swiped and developed Now there remain the title searching and the job of financing it because weve got to move cautiously and knock softly at the doors of the money vaults or well be waking up some Wall street relatives or secret busI- ness associates of the yellow crowd and If anybody bawls for help well be up In the air next New Years anal still hiking skyward He stood up gathering together the mail matter which his secretary had already opened for his attention Theres plenty of time yet Their leases were renewed the first of this year and theyll run the year out But its something to think about Will you talk to Gerald or shall I You said Selwyn Ill think the matter over and give you my opinion May I speak to my brotherinlaw about itj- Neergard turned In his tracks and looked almost at him Do you think theres any chance of his financing the thing I havent the slightest Idea of what he might do especially he hesitated as you never have had any loans from his people I understand- No said Neergard I havent Its rather out of their usual I be Hove acrese Draymorc all over Captain Selwyn Fane Har mon S Co know that Mr Gerard ought to know it too Selwyn looked troubled Shall 1 consult Mr Gerard 1 he repeated I should like to if you have no objec tion Neergards small close Set eyes were focused on a spot just beyond Sel wyns left shoulder Suppose you sound him he sug gested in strictest Naturally cut in Selwyn dryly and turning to his littered desk open ed the first lettenjiis hand encounter ed Now that his head was turned Neergard looked full at the back of his neck for a long minute then went out silently That night Selwyn stopped at his sisters house before going to his own rooms and finding Austin alone in the library laid the matter before him exactly as Neergard had put itYou see he added that Im a sort of ass about business methods This furtive pouncing on a thing and clubbing other peoples money out of them with itthis slyly acquiring land unsuspectingneighbor dont like Theres always something- of this sort that prevents my cordial cooperation with Neergard always something In the schemes which hints ofof squeezing of something under groundLike the water which hes going to squeeze out of the wells Selwyn laughed Phil said firs brotherinlaw if you think anybody can do a profitable business except at other peoples ex pense you are au ass Afta 11 asked Selwyn still laughing frankly plainenoughnays been there Its likely to remain for a few eons I fancy Now along comes Meynheer Julius Neergard the only man who seems to have brains enough to see the present value of that parcel to the Slowitha pebple Everybody else had the same chance Nobody except Neergard knew enough Ao take it Why shouldnt he profit by itT s tTo be continual IF J Yoi WANTa cook Yuri WAHT a itnntion You WANT help Yo i WANT to set Toa WANT to buy Use the classified r column rif THE NEWS tf y I 1shil s i iJ Quality Appearance Price 1- 1r The Three Great Points in the Purchasing of a Stove so ta f L s- w s w d in The and at nell this year are to be day to I Iron is and has of horsehaIr tt Is as a and of r F Srs How have opportunity stoves with these three in points their favor If the appearance is right thequality may not up to the standard but both satisfactory the price may prohibitive Here we have a stove of best quality attractive in every way one that will prove satisfactory in every home and stay and last but not least at a price which every one afford to pay Fosters Winner Range has all the above points of Superiority and can bought our store for price easily in reach of al- lOverNeed a Stove Think It Grubbs BentonON THE CORNER re sasrr ROYAL BABY PLATEl- No I pusherI I THE RIM DOES IT1 tray No 1WillNo food 1 I THE BABY HOW TO EAT I I The Winn Furniture CoI j- An Advance for Winchester wE have just installed at great expense our new whichbwe are now prepared to furnish DAY CUR RENT for light and heat and power for fans and other motors Let us give you estimates on this and all sorts ofelectric lighting Remember that electric allrcomfortableConvenienteSlrc drWinchester Railway Light Ice doINCOKlORATED W P HACKETT GENL MGR JSWe furnish Ice Winter as well as Summer orCornells Yell essayist class poet Cor both girls Will Cornells cry have changed some Cornell scream Boston Globe Iron Cloth cloth made from the appearance cIQth largely used by tailors mate rial for stiffening the shoulders collars coats 7 2- 7i tti45k Jf often do you an to l5Uy V be if are be the can be at if steel spilling TEACHES DONT FALL IN with the popular error that because nyoucannotdo proveitplasteryou will be more than satisfied t e ONCE A CUSTOMER ALWAYS A CUSTOMER our motto The WINNMARTIN COAL SUPPLY CO INCORPORATED Where the Man Should Walk andIcorting a lady on the street In this country he always takes the position next to the curb In Europe he takes the inside place the theory being that in case of any trouble he would crowd the lady if on the outside and give her less opportunity to escape If the ttsjcort is on the right and theiowd turns Ito the right it wlll be morellike Ijvto jostle the 121JyrJ i j ra t 1rf v f 1 Jt i j r T l 0 S hT t I f tr PI llaf r r r r ZyNu t iJl 11 i rJtt fv yi THE WiNCHESrEII NEWS v at NO PRORATED IN NATIONAL DANCE eITALIAN CHILDREN MAKE MERRY NEW YORK f Perform theSaltarella with Tambour Ines in American Playground Just as It Is Done in Sunny Italy The theater and the reef garden are not the only places In New York where one may get a gooTI hearty laugh writes a correspondent The io other afternoon two persons who have seen so much of New York that they ought to have become proof against so cheap and ennuiproducing a source of entertainment as a chil Italian Children In Dance drens playground sat in the pavilion of the girls playground in Thomas Jefferson park This par fronts on the wild waters of Hell Gate and is surrounded by the tenement homes of wouldLnot have been in the park if business had not called them thither All around them were children of varying ages and color of skin from soft seal brown to the fair rosy hue which one expects to find only in the children of northern Europe Soon a man of sandy complexion and attired in a neatly fitting blue suit was seen approaching He car ried a bundle A scream issued from the mouths of 40 children T he pavilion instantly became a scene of bustling activity Children ran hither and thither The package was un wrapped It proved to contain tam bourines The children formed in dot ble line according to their heights the line being headed by a dimunitive pair whose complexions wereso mark edly in contrast that one could neve have been mistaken for anything ex cept that of a child of Italian par entage while the Bother was so fait and rosy that one could hardly its possessor to be of that ancestry The procession of marched to a threadbare plat of green while curious crowd gathered outside the high iron fence and tried to climb over A man wearing a blue uniform coat and carrying a light cane whose appear ance suggested Tammany hall played the part of policeman and cleared a square Then the girls took their places in a circle and with tambourines in hand began to dance the sal tarellaan Italian folk dance under the direction of the man in blue With heads erect and tambourines jingling they ran forward for a short space Then with heads down and silent tambourines held behind their backs they circleiTambourines jingling once more they paired off and with bodies and r feet alive with rhythmic motion they took up the typical springing steps of the dance As the dance progressed the lips of the children unconsciously parted in smiles which finally almost became audible laughter Even a neighborhood dog possessed of the fearlessness of his tribe burst into the circle regardless of the warning rod the blue coated official and stood upon his hind legs as if to demonstrate his sympathy with the joy ousness of the occasion Slug Soup for England Among the tinned goods with which Queensland Australia proposes to supply England is beche demer soup It Smade from a black slug found in countless numbers on the coral reefs 4 of North Queensland The slug is dried and its chief market is Jt where beche dem r is worth 1COO a ton It is a rich and nourish tojc food l r t n4 t BUSY BUILDERS often run short of lumber supplies because they fail to select a thorough ly reliable dealer or one who does not carry large enough stock By making your contracts for any kind of lumber with the Winchester Lumber Mfg Oo efficient service is guaranteed We deal in the best grades hard and soft woods lath shingles bard wood floor ing etc thoroughly seasoned THE FIRST TRAGEDY TO BE ENACTED UNDER DOME OF NATIONAL CAPITOL IIInsane Man Unsuccessfully Sought the Life of President Andrew Jack son on the Afternoon of IJanuary 30 1835 On September 18 1793 the corner stone of the Capitol building was laid by George- Washington in ac cordance with Masonic ceremonies One hundred and fifteen years have elapsed since that date and there have been four tragedies of note beneath the mas siva dome of that great marble house of national legislation writes Smith D Fry in the Pittsburg Dis patchPeace and quiet reigned in Wash ington there was no political excite ment and there was neither provoca tion nor excuse for the deed and yet on the afternoon of January 30 1835 an attempt was made upon the life of President Andrew Jackson That was the first effort that was ever made to shock the American people with the taking of the life of a president of the United States fortunately it was unsuccessful and providentially so for the assassin was well prepared for his direful deed It was the work of an insane man On that afternoon thee funeral sere ices of a deceased representative from South Carolina were attended in the hall of the old house of represen tatives the part of the capitol now as Statuary hall The funeral was attended by the president the membdrs of his cabinet the United States senate and the members ofthe house of representatives After the conclusion of the sermon and the benediction President Jackson left the hall of the house at the head of the procession which was to escort the remains of the deceased the Congressional cemetery President Jackson had crossed the rotunda and was just about to step upon the eastern portico when a man rushed from the crowd leveled a pistol at the pres ident when but five feet distant and pulled the trigger The cap exploded with a loud report but the pistol was not discharged Dropping his pistol the wouldbe as sassin drew another but Lieut God ney of the navy knocked the murderer down just as the president without fear of danger rushed at the man and struck at him with a heavy cane Harriet Mirabeau who attended the funeral write was in the gallery during the funeral services and saw all of the eminent men of that day Near the coffin sat the grayhaired old president feeble and looking scarcely able to go through the ceremony I saw him rise somewhat to follow the coffin When I reached the rotunda the people were excited with the news of the deed and I saw the assassin rush into the rotunda pur sued and surrounded by the crowd I saw his hands and bare arms strug gling above the heads ot the crowd in resistance to being handcuffed He wus overpowered conveyed to a carriage and taken before a magistrate The attack threw the old soldier into a tremendous passion He fears nothing but his temper was not equal to his courage It was found necessary to put him into a carriage and take him hqme We feared what the consequences would be We had little doubt that the assassin Lawrence was mad and as little that before the day was out we should hear the crime imputed to more than one political party or Individual And so it was Before two hours were over the name of almost every eminent politi cian was mixed up with that of the poor maniac who caused the uproar The presidents conduct on the occa sion was the most virulent and protracted That was the first effort ever made to kill a president and it was the only attempt that has even been made at the capitol toGet Him A Pennsylvania man fell out of a tree and dislocated his neck He was able to throw It back into place with out the help of doctor It is evident that the only way fate can lay up this mam to to have him enter politics iil = 2rt f i I I r IELIC OF THE PAS1 VIKING SHIP NOW IN MUSEUM AT CHRISTIANIA Discovery at Gokstad Is of the Utmost Interest and Importance to An tiquarians Dates Back torthe Ninth Century The recent installation of theOse berg viking ship In the museum of the University of Chrisliania has revived public interest In these relics of a by gone age In saga times such ships were used for war pleasure and other purposes and when their owners died frequently became their burial places They are known in this country as ship graves The custom of burying the dead in boats was doubtless or iginally associated with the idea of voyaging to another world as much of the property such as weapons household utensils clothing and jewelry of the deceased was buried with them The most dramatic realization of this idea was probably the funeral of King Hake After the battle of Fryesvol dene in which he was mortally wounded he ordered that his ship be loaded with the bodies of his dead warriors together x with their arms Then he himself was carried on board the rudder adjusted the sail hoisted the ship set on fire and driven by offshore wind the craft sailed blazing out to sea and disappeared- In addition to a great number of boat graves of a humbler character unearthed at different times the year 1852 inaugurated ait era of famous discoveries of ship graves In a large mound at Void in eastern Norway was found a vessel about 60 feet long containing many funeral articles or grave goods chiefly ornaments the skeletons of two horses and a dog The vessel however was decayed be yond recovery In 1854 in a large mound at Donner in northern Nor way another vessel resembling a yacht was discovered but in this instance also the woodwork had mold ered and the ship crumbled to dust is Gokstad Viking Ship as the excavation proceeded 1867 in a large circular mound at Tune in eastern Norway was found a long ship In the wooden grave chamber astern which had been broken into and disturbed by the graverobbing treasure hunters of the viking age a man had been entombed The vessel knows as the Tune ship was success fully excavated and taken to Chris tiania where it is preserved In the an tiquarian collection of the university- In 1880 in the kings mound at Gokstad near the town of jord in eastern Norway was found a long ship which must have belonged to a Norwegian chieftain in the ninth century The oaken grave chamber on the left side of the mast which had been broken into by treasure hunters contained the sepulcher of a man The sepulchral equipment or grave goods lay scattered about On each side of the ship was a long row of shields alternately black and white which overlapped presenting the appearance of a succession of crescents The rudder was in its place on the starboard side the lower portion the mast was preserved and the ship was equipped with oars projecting from the rowlocks It contained the remains of 12 horses six dogs one peacock several small boats and one sledThis vessel which is as the Gokstad ship was successfully exca vated and taken to Christiania It was the greatest and most important an tiquarian discovery ever madein the north 1893 the Norwegians built a long ship on the model of the Gok stad ship but smaller which was sailed to America by Capt Anderson and exhibited at several places in the United States r j YOURE UP AGAINST IT I a hard problemif to save a few dol lars you try to get handsome interior wood work out of inferior lumber The direfully selected a soundly seasoned hard wood we supply for this part of house construction will be a source of gratification to you the longest day you live Your satisfaction will not be essened by onr pricing Blue Grass The skating season is now open and the rink is crowded nightly During yjIlbe Afternoon 2 to 5 Evening 7 to 10 Get ready for the big HALLOWEEN MASQUERADE- Prizes will be announced later Any lady or gentleman who has not skated andwho desires to learn will be taught free in the morning or between that and make Xmas presents Place your orders with EARP The Artist now and avoid the rush during the TALK IJ is in order with us if you intend ing a fence for we can help you if you tell us the size We will figure out the lumber for you and give you a close estimate on what yoar fence hoose barn and other will cost you rLet us hear from you if you intend buildingt1 Winchester Lumber Mfg CompanyOR IN Italian believe misses of smoke China of known to feebly an In Sandef oft known In AuditoriumBest sess- 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Muir Peaches 15c f and 20c per lb Extra Fancy Apricots 20c per lb t We rep resent one of the most reliable oyster firms in JaltiI11 re and receive a freshshipment in four times at eek AH orders given prompt attention t t ti STOKELY ROUNSAVALL Sole agents for Fernflell Pure Foods Chase Sanborn Coffees and Teas Prices i d and Sap aQeRed Cross Flour Huylers Candies Bells Flowers BRYAN STATION TO BE HEARD AT RICHMOND Special Train Will Run From Lex r jgtcn Next Saturijy Eve i ningAll May 1teIult A ecia1 train fioin LcMngton to Richmond will icuri nod Saturday evening to carry the east in Bryan Station to the latter city fr a special perfoimance there BI m Station is a play written by Mr Foxhall Dan erfi ld of Fayette hosed on the siinvut incidents of the siege of Bry an StiiHon by the Indians The turn ing point in the plot revolves around the visit of ithe women to the spring for wafer while the Indians lay in ambushsTk3 plajT has already been suc cesscully producediii Lexington The pats aTe all taken by wellknown Lexington socictypeojle there will be tin opportunity for all Vioic Winchetcrwio desire to go to attend as there Svill bo reduced ratc on the special boii going and returning I MAY PLAY Iff WEST Cubs Receive Good Offer From Pa cific Coast CHICAGO Oct 19The worlds champion Cubs met in the office of President Charles s W Murphy Friday and divided among them selves theirsh re of the receipts of the five worlds championship games played with Detroit As the win ning team the Chicagoans received 27669 Prior to the meeting Manager Change conferred informally with Cal Ewing and Henry Berry of I the Pacific Coast League with Teference to a series of games be tween the Cubs and teums of the Coast League At Mr Murphys office Manager Chance told his team mates of the proposition of Messrs Berry and Ewing which included a guarantee of 10 QUO LEXINGTON DEMOCRATS NOKfNATE A TICKET LEX1NGTOX Oct IDThe Dem ocrats in mass convention on Satiir day nominated the following local ticket I For AldermanMat Walton RI 3 Waddy E D Veach and Richard Vanderver Jfor Councilman Cassiniii Buch ignani Henry Vogt John G Cram v er Joseph M BaugbnH W Ren ick and Jas H Burk For Board of EducationWin M Dunn J D Purcell Frank G Ctt John M Kelly George Land and C J Myer SELLS R13OGO LEXINGTON Oct IDShadelal1dlA Qfustalear tue t vel x lion belonging to Mr Frank Cares Viiias been sold t9tMr Ernest L JTeatheratone TJ stallion brought 10000 and Janie Hudson a threq yearold filly 2 900 The stallion Will go to the stud WadenPeyton t The friends of Mr Hugh Peyton and Miss Ellen Walden were much surprised to leanf of their wedding yesterday They left on the morn ing train Sunday for Louisville where they were very quietly mar ried They returned Sunday night The bride is a sweet and lovely lady and quite popular with all who know Iher She is stenographer for MrGi Lee Waihscott The groom is just jy popular find their many friends wish them all the happiness possible j l COLORED CLUB The eolbred Republican Club will 1 meet Wednesday evening at the Skat ing Bint teighi oclock All voters are requsrfed to be present as we will discuss7 business of importance 1O192t 1 5 TwqiKInqs of Men y Its a wlse nan who knows how to Jbe rich and not teQffense Re patient citizen who can be poor sIi fuot gruroblerMancnest8p TJon f t r tjt jI t j I I CATTLE STEADY IN x CINCINNATI MARKET CINCINNATI 0 Oct 17Re ceipts and shipments of live stock t the Cincinnati Union Stockyards odaywere Cattle Hogs Sheep Receipts 29 2744 247 Shipments 144 3893 409 Cattle Steady shipers 450 525 extra 535550 butcher steere extra 460475 good to choice 375450 common to fair 250365 heifers extra 400 425 good to choice 3KT390 common to fair 2003dO cows extra 360375 good to choice 285350 common to fair 100 275 canners 100200 bulls bolognas 285335 extra 340 fat bulls 3153G5 milch cows quietaCalves Steady extra 725750 fair ta good 550700 common and lavfee 250675sHogs Steady to strong good packers and butchers 565575 oador two strictly choice at 580i mixed packers 510565 stags 275450 common to choice heavy fat sow 375500 light shippers 450500 pigs 110 Ibs and less 325440 Sheep Steady extra 365375 good to choice 3003GO common to fair 125275 Lambs Steady extra 550 good to choice 485540 common to fair 375475 Chicago Oct 17CattleRe steadyIers and feeders 2GO450 cows and heifers 1GO530 calves 600850 Hogs Receipts about 11000 jmarket weak to 5c lower lights 520570 mixed 530 GOO heavy 530602y2j roughs 530545 good to choice heavy 5456022 pigs 300500 bulk of sales 545575 Sheep Receipts about 1500 market steady natives 250460 Western 250 460 yearlings 440500 lambs 400GOO Western 400610 WHEAT AGAIN LOWER IN CHICAGO MARKET CHICAGO Oct 17EstimateI re ccipts for Monday Wheat 69 cars corn 116 cars oats 172 cars hogs 38000 head Range of Futures The leading futures ranged as fol lows WHEAT Open Dec1 00 1 OOio May 1 03 1 O3I July 98 9854 ClqscDecMay 1 02 1 02y4 Jiilj j 97y4 87lj GORN Open High Dec 6331 63 6312 631 July 63 63 ILow Close ecu 6334 63I May 63i8 6338 July 62y3 625 CHICAGO Oct lTheat No2 red 1005101 No 3 red 99c iOOi2 No2 hard 100101 o 3 hard 9Sc101 Na 1 northern 103105 No3 spring 98c io104 CornNo 2 72y273c No 2 white 73c74i c No 2 yellow 78c No3 72c No 3 white OatsINowhitef 444732c standard 50c WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home flour the best made Kerr Perfection and White Pearl flour has no equal 1012tf V Nytice I make to your individual measure suits and overcoats for 1800 and up GEORGE N KOHLHASS 10123t The Ony News The only news 1 have to tell you I wrote the Billvllle citizen Isthuriver has riz an drownded all 3rer cat tle an yer uncle has broke jail an his right leg also lightnin killed yer two mules ten minutes fore the sheriff came to levy on emIt I CHRISTIAN MANHOOD IS THE MM THEME RevC E Crafton Preaches Sermon at Washington Street Pres terian Church The Rev C E Crafton spoke Sun day morning on Christian Manhood at the Washington street Pies byteriaa Church Mr Crafton spoke in part as follows TexfrsEph 413 Till we all come in the unity of the faith and of the knowledge of the Son of God unto a perfect mail unto the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ Introduction It is the list clause of this verse that we desire to discuss This is the beginning ofa period of severe temptaioni A time in whichmore idleness can be indulged more time squandered and the old proverb an idie mans brain is the Devils workshop is so true that it is wise to ase every precaution against idle ness in order not to supply a place for Satan Man is great so great that he is perpetually striving after a loftier ideal nothing that has limit can satisfy him It is because there is an infinite in him Thus Christian Manhood is tim result of Chris ian growth Christian Growth- A growth luuiiig its inception in the simple fact of becoming a Chris tian It involves the quickening into new life In conversion we become new creatures having new vitality new energy The old morbid body of in has been buried with Christ and we are formed anew in His likeness being clothed with a robe of true righteousness winch at this season of the year we need to haw closely about us to protect us from the chilling influences of winter tempta tions so that our vitality may not be saped arid compil us to remain only weaklings for we are striving to reach perfect mmhood and it can be done only by Christian growth Continual Advancement 2 A growth marking continual advancement A child born into a home looks to be perfect having all the essentials ofa complete child yet there is no advancement in his growth some thing is seriously wrong he become a full grown man born into Zion needs a compelF dwelling of the Holy Ghost to iiIanhood3 A growth resulting front cul ture under divinely appointed agen cies The highest culture is possi ble only through the most rigid con formity to the luws of development and the appliance of the best agencies 4 A growth the standard of whose completeness is the fullness of ChristThe lturc Me adultness the full gl wnmanhoodofChristist- he standarjl of growth whose at tainment is the Christians noblest zeal Second Theme The elements of Christian manhood is my second sub division 1 Largeness In Christian views of truth of mans need of Christs work and of schemes and plans of its greater furtherance There is no room for narrowness in Christian manhood Religion TOeS not con tract but expands a mans vision It helps us to see and appreciate the views o1 others ii enables us to real ize our special need of Christs work in us and to assist in time plans forth furtherance of His cause 2 Dignity Xot that false dig nity that gives a as haughty ap pearance tim t renders him obnoxious to all but that deep enwrought sense of the true wortH and greatness of his nature as a renewed man and of his position as u child of God and jointheir with Christ Ccurayousness 3 Courageousness and strength Courage makes a man put forth his best strength while strength enables courage to achieve its best and nob lest deeds I The tsntworldnt of Christian man hood It gives steadfastness No longer weak ciiiilren but able to tand against th evil that presents itself in these days of temptation 2 Sincerity Speaking the truth in love refers both to the sincerity of life and our relation to the truth Christian manhood has no insincere motives no impure thoughts only an ideal alter which it is striving and that ideal is Christ Further Growth 3 A further growth As the full grown tree leaves and blossoms and beiirs as Iroit after it is full grown mellows matures sweetens ripening for the garner so we ripen for eternity by bocoming Christlike which brings true Christian manhood The supreme type of manhood is Chiistlik ness The ideal is con ceived by faith and the actual sat tained only by the exercise of the same glace T i i f WEDDINGS The prospective bride looks for a token If you were in her place you would At any rate it is customary to hand her a little remembrance You might as well satisfy this customary habit It wont cost you much Pick put some little trinket in sterling silver Any of them make highly appreciative little re membrancesWe know just why but many of our patrons are buying silver engagement re membrances Baldwin Bros JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS WINCHESTER OPERA HOUSE TUESDAY OCTOBER 20Bur NicQlai JNixon Offer MISS Beulah Poynter In Her Own Dramatization of LENA RIVERS By MARY J HOLMES The writer with over 5000000 Readers SIGNS OF PROGRESS- i ARE NOW NUMEROUS Prosperity of Farming Comrnii nitles Leading Factor INew York Oct 19An undertone of strength and confidence was manifest In the financial markets but Its active expression was restrained by a waiting for the fulfillment of some of the factors which were the prospec tive causes for the hopeful sentiment In the stock market itsef a sentiment of reserve towards any great exten sion of commitments was distngulsh able after time almost instantaneous restoration of the price level with the cessation of the foreign liquidar tion Undoubtedly this reserve was induced by the contemplation of the enormous credit expansion of the New York banks which had accompa nied the acceptance of the foreign sales of American securities while the war scare was in force abroad It vt asan impressive demonstration of absorptive power in the New York stock market that it should have taken over 20000000 to 25000000 of foreign holdings of American se curities and then to have restored the Impairment of prices which had re sulted in a few minutes but there stood the 25000000 loan increase of New York banking institutions for the same period Of tire actual progress of the im nanyIndicationsfarming community is much dwelt upon plentiful crops and good prices conducing to this showing Future expansion in demand for commodities and growth of mercantile business are looked for as a result Diminishing surplus of idle freight cars testi fies to the tendency of railroad traffic and returns of railroad earnings are beginning to show more satisfactory results Claim Voters Are Intimidated Havana Oct 19There are indications that the Span sl1 element will play an important part in the ap proaching election tha Conservatives having made an active and apparently successful campaign to erlst Spanish support Of 36000 Spaniards eligible for the franchise 23000 have already registered From Santa C ara prov inca come complaints of intimidation of Conservative electors by hired Lib eral bravos Cuba a Conservative gen appeals in an editorial to the Conservatives to resist such attacks by force of drms if necessary Bryan Not Apprehensive St Joseph Mo Oct 19 William J Bryan during a short stay in S Joseph on hs way from his home to St Louis spoke of Judge Tafts inra sion of the scath The trip of Judge Taft through the south will 1meno effect whatever on the voters of that section said Mr Bryan 11 do not feel the least apprehensive of the souths vote Anybody in Mind Whom the gods would destroy they first make mad Nashville American 7 J J 4 gt r T IIIGraphophones J I S S I Stationaryand I I Toilet Articles Igato Co I I S QUALITYI LBothPhonos 4J lot Soda SIMPLY DELICIOUS SO THEY ALL SAY but we want YOU to come alsothen you f will say it too Noth ing so invigorating and r warming these frosty mornings as a steam ing hot Tomato Hot Chocolate or Hot Cof fee at our fountain i Martin Cook Drug Company PROFESSIONAL CARDS JOUETT L JOUETT Attorneys At Law Winchester Ky IJ M STEV SON IAttorney At Law 60 S Main S WinchesterKy BECKNER BECKNER Attorneys At Law Winchester Ky PENDLETON EUH BUSH Attorneys At Law 60 S Main St Winches r Ky DR W C WORTilNGTON Office hours 10 to 12 a m 2 to 3 p m and 7 to 8 p m New phone 432 Residence 633 51 N Main St Winchester Ky TRAIN SCHEDULE Passenger trains leave Winchester as f ollowsr l O 0 EAS BOUND f mNomNoC O WEST BOUKD v No 27 Daily Ex Sunday 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