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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i ri ti j ATTALI r y J yl T E NEWS ALL THE QF W9RLD AI i 1jiJ WINCHESTER TtIE WINCHESTER NO 18 WINCHESTER KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 31 1908 A COPY 10 CENTS A 1 OFFICER BALLARD TELLS A GRAPHIC STORY OFJISEMS CAPTURE travels Through Lee raotl Estill on foot Fotoing 1Prisoners Father x Probably tile cleverest piece of do lective work that has ever been done by an officer in this city was that j done by officer John Ballard in ar resting Henry Wiseman Friday morning The e jferiencc Mr Bal lard had in performing the arrest and the circumstances leading up to It are very interesting David Wiseman father of Henry Wiseman was in this city last Wednesday find from his presence here officer Ballard took his to locate the son It occurred to Mr Ballard that the father would likely go to wherever his son was hiding and close watch was kt pt on him while r Jie was here In the afternoon he went to the L Er depot and pur chased ticket to Lexington an boarded the afternoon train Mr Ballard also went to Lexington on therfatheras he rode in the baggage car aheadWhen the train reached Lexington Wiseman pot off and started to the home of Jim Giller about four mild from Lexington on the Russell Cave pike Mr Ballard accompanied by detectives Johnson and Veal of Lex ington walked out the pike close be hind him and watched him go to the home of Giller and retire for the nigbt After he had retired the officers returned to Lexington where they plspent the night At four oclock the next morning the watch dogs were on duty again Mr Wiseman left the house and came to Lexington and purchased ticket to Clay City Mr altar to9k114ipJlC9 in the bag gage car and went to Clay City also but instead of Wiseman netting off 4 at Clay City he purchased ticket on the train for Filson which is about fiftv miles farther up the road He got off at Filson and started J NEW STREET CAR FOR WINCHESTER Traction Company Promises to HaveF 1it in Operation By Next Tuesday City Attorney F IT Haggard has received word from the manager of the Blue Grass Traction Company at Lexington that a new street car will twoiaway use next summer The new car is one of the latest v styles of winter ears and will be put ifi operation as soon as it arrives h The city is also promised better ser r vice and regular schedule r 0 Z d 1i C Af 1t r t J t 2 FOR THE BUIL PiNG OF CLARK COUNTY AND EASTERN KENTUCKY fl NEWS T wuiVOL 1 2 CENTS Mcer clue a a a a f 4 t a throughaPowell Lee and Estill counties with officer Ballard and Mr Tipton win assisted in making the arrest closi behind him After walking all day and until late in the night he stopped in a house along the Toad to spend the night In the meantime the officers hqd heard thatlie had been makinj inquiries along the road as to whet Henry Townsend lived Tbofli cers also madesome inquiries as to where Townsend lived They stop red where a brother of Henry Townsend lived A lady came to the door and Mr Ballard introduced himself as Mr Johnson and told the woman that he was a cousin of Wisemans and that the Governor had offered a reward for him and that he wanted to giye him some money so that he could yet away and asked the wOo man to tell him where he was The woman anxious to lend a helping hand to keep Wiseman conceal ed told where he w sand sentonr of her boys along to show them the way Mr Ballard sand his con science hurt him to tell a lie of that kind but he said in this case itvwa almost necessary When they reached the lolls where Wiseman was they found hin sitting up by a fire It was there 530 in the morning When he wn told that they had come to arrest him he offered no resistance bu said he was glad they had caught him that he was tired dodging anti that he could see more in the penitentiary than lie could in the hilh anyway pcthena distance of 16 miles on foot over wound that Ballard says God had Dnrincathe two days Ballard was out on hi = hunt he only had one meal THREE MUTINEERS SHOT TO DEATH Outbreak in Constantinople is Stern ed Suppressed By Sultans Troops Special to The News CONSTANTINOPLE Oct 31 An outbreak of Turkish troops al Yildig ILtiosh was today checked by o volley from a loyal batallion TJircr mutineers were killed and fifteen wounded Many of the troops have been disaffected for sometime The irregularity of their pay and sympa thy with the young Turks movement is thought to be responsible for the mutiny tpday Other outbreaks are fearedas the news of this attempt spreads through the Empire r Full Election Returns t A Ii Special Edition of = p the Winchester News X will be issued Wednesday morning deliverKed to the homes of Winchester by 6 A M and on the rural routes ofIClark county Full returns of the Nation State and District wilt be given I i tt 2r d i t CONSULTING THE OCCULT POWERS ON HALLOWEEN Although many of the original Halloween observances have never flour ished vigorously on American soil the night when witchie folk are abroad appeals to our fun loving young people The opportunity to learji something sprightlyAmerican NA ES OF BISaR- EERS KNOWN Governor PaitersoiTSays Evi dence Is Positive Camp Nemo Reelfoot Lake Ten- nOct31We know who fired the shots and who put the rope around Rankins necksaid Governor Pat terson in a statement just before his departure for Union City where a special grand Jury is investigating the night rider depredations Jn this section which culminated recently in the murder of Captain Quentin Rankin The governor in his state ment said The proof which has thus far developed is positive as to the guilt of some of the men under arrest and implicates many others This will all be presented to the court at the proper time and a long step has been taken to discover and suppress lawlessness in this region Conditions have been extremly bid the night riders going from one law culmlnttlontain Rankin and the attempted murder of Colonel Taylor We know who fired the shot and who put the rope around Rankins neck The number of men actually at the killing was probably not more than 10 while some stood guard and others held the horses The whole number engaged in the undertaking did not exceed 35 The inquiry will be further prosecuted and the state will have ample evi dence to convict- Chicago V Saloon Dynamited Chicago Oct 31 Another bomb the twentyfourth in the series which have been directed against alleged gambling resorts was exploded here in the rear of a saloon owned by F F Brennan in Cottage Grove avenue Windows were shattered and the whole neighborhood was startled by the explosion For months the police and public have been mystified by the bombhurleiv who in spite of all sorts of traps laid to catch him has invariably escaped Blown Full of Air Bridgeport Conn Oct 31 John Sching21a Hungarian was blown so full of air with a hand pump that ho died The police have arrested Peter Wilson Adam Wicker and Louis Poltz and are holding them without bail The pumping It is believed HKSS done In a spirit of fun BRYAN CLUB The Clark County Bryan Democrat Clubmeetuigthat was to have been held Saturday morning at 10 cklinof the meeting could not be learned as it was not over when The News went to press VISITING SCHOOLS Supt Cl A Tanner lias visited ihout Iniltlof the schools of the ounty lie will continue his visits P ivir vfjl ho hr visited avery ditl in the ounly tattlr WILL CLOSE imCAMPAIGNS TONieHT Republicans and Democrats To Enthuse at Columbus Columbus 0 Oct 31 Republican and Democratic managers in Frank lin county are preparing to close their local campaigns in a blaze of glory tonight At Memorial hall Senator Knox ot Pennsylvania will be the star orator of a meeting at which A I Vorys will preside as chairman and which will be preceded by a torchlight procession through the downtown streets of the city All the s bands in the city will play The Star Spangled Banner in front of Memorial hall during a display of fireworks between 630and 8 oclock At the Board of Trade auditorium the Democrats will hold their final rally General Thomas E PowclFre siding The following speakers will discuss the Issues cf the campaixn Colonel Georg Matter of New York president tSIAiaerisan Bar association Hon K plrd W Hunt of New York Benjamin F Gayman candidate for congress Lewis H Gibson candidate for state senator The Democrats intended to include a torchlight procession in their program but abandoned the idea owing to the danger of a clash with the Republican procession It was pointed out that it being Halloween nnd Sat urday night there will be an im mense throng en the streets with many drunken rioters and the hotheaded partisans might take advan tage of the opportunity to inix thingsIf State defeats Delaware on the gridiron there will be a night ingth6Is expected to add greatly to the Joy ousness of the occasion Contempt Case Postponed Washington Oct 31 Notwith standing efforts of labor leaders to have the question decided before the general elections Justice Wright in the district supreme court postponed until Nov 10 consideration of the case of Samuel Gompers president John Mitchell vice president and Frank Morrison secretary of the American Federation of Labor who are charged with contempt of court Night Riders Burn Store Lexington Ky Oct 31Nlght riders burned the merchandise store belonging to J C McClure at Sher= burrie Bath county Bloodhounds were sent to the scene in an automobile with officers EXPORT CATTLE SHIPPED l ERLNi G Ky Oct 3L Company of St Louis Mo shipped about 200 cattle from this city yesterday TJiQ cattle were pur ThompsoreJohn iglltTcleans out the export in Mohtgbin q i t f tlt BRYAN APPEALSv TO LABOR VOTE Addresses Jmmense Crowd at Cleve land Denounces Reck efeller Cleveland 0 Oct 30 Heaijiiig denunciation upon the heads of John D Rockefeller Andrew Carnegie President Roosevelt and MrTaftbeI cause he charged of csnnceUcn or sympathies with the tracts Wil liam J Bryan in this city brought ton close another strenuous day of com paigning The principal meeting was held in the big Central armory while a see ond audience was addressed at Grays armory Later the candidate spoke to the street crowds from the balcony of the Hollenden hotel The arrival of the candidate at the armory was heralded by a great throng outside and their cheers were taken up by those on the inside who broke out into a frenzy of applause when he made his appearance on the platform Mr Bryan apparently was at his best Iris voice carrying to every corner of the building and he spoke with a vigor and earnestness that betrayed not the trying ordeal of the campaign which he has conducted Launching at once Into the issues of tfe campaign the Democratic candidate discussed the Democratic plat form laying great stress on the planks relating to the guaranteeing of deposits publicity of campaign contributions and the trusts The two latter topics furnished him the theme for his attacks OIl the finan ciers the president and MTaft The Standard Oil company glad tAe steel trust through Messrs Rockef leI and Carnegie were credited with furnishing the funds for the Republi can campaign Earlier in the day Mr Bryan gave out a statement of his views regard ing thfe declarations of the two finan ciers that they were supporting the Republican candidate and this state ment was practically embodied in Mr Bryans speeches here He also emphasized the labor planks of the Denver platform and made an appeal for the laboring men to stand iogeth er and support the national Democratic ticket if ihey expected the remedial legislation they desired Not content with his strictures upon those named Mr Bryan had something to say about Secretary Root who is credited with having stated that Mr Bryans election would be a menace to the country- I see Mr Root has made an argu ment against the election of senators by the people he remarked I am not surprised No man in public life has more reason to fear an election at which the people vote He also thinks my election would be a menace to the country That is not surprising He began his legal career in a defense of Boss Tweed and he has been so intimately associated with the big lawbreakers ever since that he would naturally resent the Democratic idea of enforcing the law impartially against offenders During the day Mr Bryan spore at Napoleon Toledo Bowling Green Findlay Fremont Sandusky and Lo rain At Toledo it is estimated that 20000 people attended the meeting many being unable to get within sound of his voice Collision In Fog Victoria B C Oct 31The seal ing schooner Pescawha arrived here and reported having been in collision with the United States coast and geodetic survey steamer Paterson in the straits during a thick fog The schooner Inbound from Bering sea was beating up the straits when the Paterson came up on her port side and struck her a glancing blow about amidships The stem struck the chain plates and broke them cutting Into the timbers The steamers bow sprit tore through the foresail and broke the jib boom and forerigging Trie survey steamer took the sealer In tow and dropped her In Royal Roads Journalist Fount Dead Toledo 0 Oct 31 Michael Mur phy a veteran newspaper man for yearS holding editorial positions on Toledo papers and former proprietor and editor of the Sunday Courier Journal was found dead in bed Death was due to an overdose of chloroform taken it Is believed to relieve a severe toothache of which he complained Mr Murphy was born in Ireland and came to Toledo 28 years ago His father was a prominent member of the Nationalist party Former Premier Greenway Ottawa Oct 31The HonThomas uraenc a former premier of Mani toba and recently appointed a mom ber cf th panadisn rai way commissioners f died here aged 70 years He had been ill for a fortnight Fairness Well ThoughtlQf IGrdod weight and f easure is av ens treasurer Cl 3D ovprb 2 I r 1 i w4 WEA i tiER JFair With Frost Toniht Partly Cloudy Sunday i HOWES OIL KINGS SUPPORT r Roosevelt Calls It Scheme to Hurt TaftHitchcock Makes Denial New Yonc Oct 31 Charges were made by Norman Mack chairman of the Democratic national committee I that the declaration of John D Rockefeller for Taft for president was the result of the deal between the ReV publican national committee and the Standard Oil interests whereby Na tional Chairman Hitchcock received r Ilarge contributions and Mr Rockefeller the promises Mr Mack saidUv that undoubtedly the 20000000 fine of the Standard would be fixed up In event of Tafts election asn part of the bargain Chairman Mack declared that he had learned that the Republl can national committee had a cam paign fund of 3000000 and that of this sum 2000000 was being used for purposes of coercion and bribery Put Up Job Says President Washington Oct 31The follow ing official statement was issued from the White House At the White House the anouncement of Mr Rockefeller through the press agent of the Standard Oil company was regarded with some amusement in view of what the administration has done to the Standard company and of the bitter hatred borne by the Standard Oil company to the administration It Is a perfectly palpable and obvious trick on the part of the Standard Oil pee r pie to try to damage Tafta trick so palpable that it can deceive no one Hitchcock Enters Denial New York Oct 31After reading the statement of Norman E Mack in hich the Democratic national chairman charged that the Republican or ganization had received a contribu tion from the Standard Oil company Chairman Hitchcock of the Reoubli- can national committee dictatedthe following The statement that the Republican national committee received l financial assistance from the Standard Oil company is absolutely false The committee has not re ceived directly or indirectly from that organization or any of its offiKcers a single dollar Mack Supplements Statement NNew York Oat 31 Democratic National Chairman Mack after read ing the statement issued at theaWhite House where it was said some caused by the an Mr Rockefeller in t amusemelwas administration Oil had tts House statement isIits own answer The bargain was made between Tafts managers and J Rockefeller and concerns the possi ble future administration of Mr Taft and not what the present administration has or has not done to the Stand ard Oil company Replying to an other printed article in which it was charged that Mr Rockefeller had been persuaded to indorse Taft at the instance of the Democratic national committee Mr Mack sad The statement is ridiculous and absurd on the face of it and has already been sufficiently answered by me John DB Statement New York Oct 31 A statement v from John D Rockefeller announcing that he intends to vote for Wil liam H Taft for president next Tuesday and telling why hft will do so and why he thinks Mr Taft should be elected was given out from the Standard Oil cbmpanys office here Mr Rockefeller says If for no other reason I support Mr Taft her cause on comparing him personally with Mr Bryan his chief opponent I find the balance of fitness and tem perament entirely on his side he election of Mr Taft will I believe make for law and order and stability of business He is not a than I judge to advenutre with rash experiments to impede a return to prosperity by advocating measures subversive of in= dustrial progress I support the gen eral Republican position on the tariffi and the currency I have always been a Republican Farman Travels by Aeroplanef Mourmelon Prance Oct 31Hen t ry Farman for the first time gave a practical demonstration of the possi bilities of the aeroplane by flyingldl x rect from this place to Rheims a disr tance of 20 miles without mishapti The aeroplanlst ascended and afteiy lcircling the field once turned bis pfe chine In the direction of Rhelnis t Soaring over the tops of the trees the aeroplane rapidly disappeared from the view of the delighted spectators An hour later a telegram was receiv ed from Farman announcing his safe I arrival at Rheims The uzne of flight v2 20 minutes anci the height reach ad vas Irpween 120 and loO feet The course was litrrrU s ti e crowyftiea orcr IrtfCslTelfls and atiuania r J 4 i If Sireis HIs Wife Fortunatelsj she who cooks rt rtiY tn 1 ri appetite yI J 3 r y tt Pug TWoI THE WINCHESTER NEWS jt 1mw NONE BY THAT NAME Y Massachusetts Postmaster Mlsunder xrstood Inquiry Made by a Pros- ective ir Tourist A certain wellknown New York Jbtnker was preparing to take an jut mobile tour on the north shore of Massachusetts His objective point Being the quaint fishing viI lag of Gloucester it occurred to tun that it would be wise to find out inadvance if that place afforded a garage werehis touring car could be sheltered when not in use and re paired when necessary To that end the banker wrote to the postmaster courteously asking for the desired information What was his surprise a few days later when the card he had inclosed in his letter of inquiry came back with this written thereon t I find in our city directory that no one of the name of Garage gets iIat this office The nearest to l zitis a family of the name of Gam rmage living on the Neck road- Postmaster The banker courteously sent a sec oriel note thanking the postmaster for his information IN GOOD COMPANY j The TurnipOld Cauliflower must rbeon his good behavior he hasnt been drunk for some time TheCarrotYes he swore off and IB living with the watermelons THE IRONY OF YOUTH V The partyof adults going fishing did not want any children among them and the little ones who had an inkling of the project were satisfied r as to the falsity of their suspicions of the real nature of the trip But little Jackey on his fathers return spied a basket in which lay a for yhecomfortedOh oh he bawled To f thinkmy mother lied to meIBal timore American BLASTED HOPES Dont you know that when you gettingdrunkbe drunk every day in tho year adYdressing the bedraggled hobo drunk every day Ill give you six months sentence 1 dont see how Ill be drunk every day o th year muttered the disappointed hero if y sendme up fr six months ITIlustrated Sunday Ifagazine HE EXPLAINED inbcourt a Billville citizen said 1 never killed the mule until the mule come nigh killin me I sometimes kills rattlesnakes for their rat tIes an I ketches an sells mockin f birds fer their songs But thats all Atlanta Constitution I HOW HE TOOK IT Every bit of food on this table said the serving lady to Lamson as he sat down to eat at the church super was cooked by your wife l rejoine4Icmson hungry anyway AN ADAGE DISPUTED J v Politeness costs nothing said the man of readymade wisdom fIguess answered Mr Cumrox Kthat you never had any experiences regulatetheirtep WHAT IT MEANS a i Z d like a reference maam I Mid the cook who had been request ed to resign You mean replied Mrs Hiram Often youd like a letter in which there should be no reference to any thing t ELECTION RETURNS ELECTION RETURNS 1 7i I THE AUDITORIUM I J will give full Returns of the Election on Tuesday Night Each dispatch will be read as it is received Youc can come and enjoy Skating and at the same time hear all about the1 Election Dont Forget the Masquerade ToNight t ELECTION RETURNS ELECTION RETURNS X JA tI LOtMNSLAGER PREDICTS That Republicans Will Make Gains In Next Congress New York Oct 3 Representative Henry C Loudenslager secretary of the national Republican congressional committee gave out his estimates of tne complexion of the national house of representatives In the Sixtyfirst congressFrom the several thousand letters received said Mr Louuenslager and from personal interviews with politicians and other observers from all sections of the country I am con vinced that a conservative estimate of the political complexion of the next house is that it will show 227 Republicans and 164 Democrats- I am confident that tho election results will give an increase in tho number of Republicans rather than a decrease This campaign has been a strange one in many respects un usual conditions have existed in dif ferent sections and while there will be some changes the net result will in my judgment be as stated Rear Admiral Cowden Retires Washington Oct sRear Ad miral Alfred Reynolds Cowden was placed on the retired list of the navy today his sixtysecond birthday He will probably continue as president of the special board of ordnance of the navy He has held many important commands in American and foreign waters and as chief of the Indian Head proving grounds did much to develop the American high powered naval gun Italian Hanged For Murder Reading Pa Oct 3 Salvatoro Garrito an Italian was executed here for the murder of Timothy Kelleher of Pittsburg a member of the state police Kelleher was stabbed to death in attempting to rescue a young wom an who was attacked by Garrito and another Italian on the outskirts of this city Garritos companion is serving a 12year sentence for his part In the crime- CONTRACTOR CONFESSES His Part in Attempt to Bribe Mem ber of Ruef Jury San Francisco Oct 39 Standing in the shadow of the penitentiary with sentence about to be passed upon him and having seen his beautiful young wife just led from the courtroom hysterically crying uno no E A S Blake the contractor convicted of attempting to bribe John M Kelly to qualify on the Jury to try Abraham Ruef and vote for Ruefs acquittal made a full confession In court He told how after he was arrested Frank J Murphy Ruefs associate counsel came to him and promised Mm 10 000 irhe would keep quiet the amount In notes signed by Ruef be- Ing delivered to a third party to be paid to Blake Immediately after he was sentenced Besides this amount Blake declared that his wife was to receive X100 a month while ho was in the penitentiary Insure Against Hungry Mobs London Oct 31Terrified by recent rlot of Englands unemployed thousands and by threats of still as the weath theeEnglish Welsh and fromtownslosses at the hands of the mobs The toP500 worth localityan Mad Steer Runs Amuck steerAtharan amuck in the business section of Atlanta and before the steer was caught at the risk of life and limb two were Injured and others fled to beingpforced to climb telephone poles one of lily furious rushes at pedes trians the right horn of the steer was torn fftfinMsT head 1 f COLORED COLUMN Fourteen thousand AfroAmeri cans are employed in the different Federal services- D R Taylor has recently added a 900 stock of shoes drygoods and furnishings to his grocery coaland meat market business thus making a regular department store The GoodTime Club will give a banquet on the nieht of November 3 at the Hippodrome W H Allen is Chairman of the Committee on man agementFive thousand AfroAmericans Katie gone to England to live in the past few years The members of Clarks Chapel M E Church are again agitating the proposition of disposing of their present church property and purchasing a lot and building elsewhere John Drenen died last Sunday ni 4gProf E S Taylor is building a house on Third street His wife who is teaching in the country visitedf him last Sunday Mrs Anna Wallace mother of Silo as Rucker of this city died at Nich olasville last week at the age of one hundred years She was the mother of 16 children 17 11bgreat great grand children and 2 great great great grand children Arrangements is being perfected to celebrate the emancipation procla mation Christmas by the Broadway Baptist Church Mr and Mrs T R Cowans company from Lexington has returned home Win Rucker is building a cottage in Poynterville Mayor Jas F Grinstead presided at the dedication of the new 35000 colored library building at Louisville ThursdayR hash been appointed by the Trustees to work in Southwestern Kentucky in the inter est of the new college Mrs Mary Smithof ouisviueyis visiting her niece Mrs W W Banks on West Broadway Rev Jno Fisher pastorof First Baptist Church reports a great meeting three confessions and five otherwise He is being assisted by Rev Boon M Johnson of Lexington Jack Taylor Garner bought and resold two horses court day Jno Judy of Paris visited his daughter Mrs M M Beel this week Rev H C Baker who is pastoring the Baptist Church at Berea recently had a rally in which 307 was realized He has just closed a series of meeting with eighteen additions The annual report of Rev H A Steward before the Conference at Carlisle was one of the best in the history of Allens Chapel Rev T Timberlake spoke in the Opera House at Clay City Tuesday night Rev and Mrs H D Colerane visited friends in Cincinnati last Suni day 0 W Bates is repairing his beautiful home on comer of Washington and Elm streetsIMrs Birl Turner was hostess at an elegant dinner given to a few friends Monday Miss Ethel Curry went to Chicago Wednesday to live Mrs A M Colerane of Lexington- is visiting her brother Rev H D Colerane on Second street Mrs Anna Smock nee Johnson of Chicago is visiting her aunt Mrsq Henrietta WillsAd Mrs Dan Greets entertained a house party from Childsburg last week Dennis Daniel well be initiated into the ShoeShones at Lexington next week Wm January has purchased lot on South Highland street preparatory to building Hon H P Slaughter of Washing ton D Cwas in the city Wednesday on political business Rev J Saunders has just completed a nice little Methodist Church at Clay City A Halloween Masquerade will be the special feature at the Rink to nightRev Jno Brock is engaged in a series of meetings Rev T Timberlake recently declin ed three invitations to conduct revivals one to deliver an educational ad dress and one to campaign through the State of Ohi- oThirtynine dollars andninety cents was realized by the supper given by Clarkss Chapel M E ChurchThe Winchester football team was defeated at Richmond Thursday 23 to 0 The local boys claim irregularity Revs H A Steward and T Tim berlake were recipients of Church Stoms this week Mrs Jas Bell is visiting her sis ter in Dayton 0 Lewis McBane from the country who was operated on recently is sick at Brents Hotel The following will be the services at Clarks Chapel M E Church Sun daySunday school from 930 to 1030 a m J H HARRIS Supt Preaching at 11 00 a m Subject Aims of Christ- Communion at 300 p m Ping reachrfrom text We must Keep the FeastEvening 7 00 to 730 Song and prayer services 730 preaching from subjectCompleteness in Christ All are welcome seats free S G TURNER P C THE NEWS by mail 25c a month Peoples State Bank CAPITAL 1OOOOO This bank just in thefsion Notwithstanding the hard times there has been a steady growth from the start in the number ofour depositors and in the volume ofour business We enrollnew names every week We want yours You iare cordially invited to open an account with us PerIsonal attenion to all business J M HODGKIN Cashier J L BROWN President L B COCKRELL Vice President READ THE NEWS If you want all the news of Winchester read the News i x v i IfIf you want all the news of Clark County readii the NearsJ j If you want alllenewsof the State and Nation s v read the News v- v In short you will find all the newslas yin any other daily in your home paper THE WINCHES TER NEWS I J jt READ THE WINCHESTER1NEWSINCORPORATED f 7 Y i K iUf a J f + THE WINCHESTER NEWS Page Three y t d Ovs MYSTICAL TOUR j Cart You Tell Where She Went and What She Saw Lucy was eager to go to Philadel phia for she had heard much about oldr v where Betsy Ross sewed the first t Stars and Stripes but her mother J thought it best to take a trip up the Hudson She had a cousin who was a cadet at i and she was eager to reach there Will we be there soon she asked 0 her mother We will get there in good tUne- d r Now watch the coast for there are very many places of interest to- be seen Oh what are those rocks over yonder exclaimed Lucy pointing Those are the have read so much about Wash on Irving has made this region fay Iyou with his Sketch Book read the legend ofI and enjoyed it immensely Didnt Irv ing make his home near Tarry town I Yes there is the place and there also is a statue of who figured in our revolutionIOh yes I know He was the spy whom Benedict Arnold had sent toI Clinton to arrange for the surrender of West Point T like this trip7 said Lucy enthusiastically It is so full of his torical interest I wish we could go up the i mountains and visit Rip Van Winkles haunts Next year Now we will rest a bit and then visit Philadelphia- Philadelphia Ledger A BATH When I was just a little child Before I went to sloop I always took my evening bath deopYSometimes I didnt want to go IAnd sometimes there were tears But mother never failed to say Now wash behind your ears And dont neglect the corners or JDont splash too hard shed cry Yet she was quick to help me When soap got In my eye And now that Pm a great big boy I wonder every day Where other mothers learn the things My mother used to say Alden Arthur Knipe in St Nicholas A Bit of Nature Did you ever hear of an angel fish Usa can you guess why it was called so I had the pleasure of seeing this fish in the waters of Bermuda and Im not apt to forget the beauty of this shimmery creature In color it shades from a pearly opal to an intense pur ple and from a canary yellow to a deep orange showing sapphire tur Angel Fish of Bermuda qolSeamber silver and gold In a twinkling It is the emblem fish of the islands and consequently used by Jewelers to decorate art souvenirs purchased by tourists for the home tayers who are not fortunate enough to visit glorious Bermuda Won Mob to His Side When Voltaire was sojourning in London a crowd gathered to mob him as he passed along tie street For what reason 1 Because he was a Frenchman Boldly confronting the mob he mounted a stone and addressed them Brave Englishmen he cried fainI not sufficiently unhappy in not v having been born among you This thePcrowd carried him on their shoulders to his lodgings John Bully Magazine A Look Into the Future In South Africa the dream of finan I ciers and railroad builders is that at some future time travelers may land tj 0 pambucoand be akcn across tap continent to Valparaiso In loss thug four days and wliiioiit ohriiqe of car r ge i t L f THE WINCHESTER I OPERA HOUSE I i The Rural Drama I h A Play Costuming IAll I IfiI P JftJJj Jf INGERSOLL ON INTEMPERANCE I am aware that there is a preju dice against any man who manufac tures alcohol I believe that from time to time it issues from the coiled and poisonous worm in the distillery until it empties into the jaws of death dishonor and crime it demoralizes everybody that touches it from its source to where it ends I do not believe anybody can contemplate the object without being prejudiced against the liquor crime All we have to do gentlemen is to think of the wrecks on either bank of the stream ofdeath of the suicides of the insanity of the ignorance of the destitution of the little children tugging at the faded and withered breast of wives asking for bread of the men of genius it has wrecked the men struggling with imaginary serpents produced by this devilish thing and when you think of the jails of the almshouses of the asylums of the prisons of the scaffolds upon either bank I do not wonder that every thoughtful man is prejudiced against this dammed stuff called alcohol Intemperance cuts down youth in itS vigor manhood in its strength old age in its weakness It breaks the fathers heart bereaves the doting mother extinguishes natural affection erases conjugal love blots out filial attachment blights parental hopes brings down mourning age in sorrow to the grave It produces weakness not strength sickness not health death not life It makes wives widows children orphans fathers fiends and all of them pau pers and beggars It feeds rheuma tism invites cholera imports pesti lence and embraces consumption It covers the land with idleness misery and crime It fills your jails sup plies your almshouses and demands your asylums It engenders contro versies fosters quarrels and cherish es riots It crowds your penitentiaries and furnishes victims for your scaffolds It is the life blood of the gambler the element of the burglar the prop of the highwayman and support of the midnight incendiary It countenances the liar respects the thief esteems the blasphemer It violates obligation reverences fraud and honors infamy It defames be nevolence hates love scorns virtue and slanders innocence- It incites the father to butcher hs helpless offspring helps the husband to massacre his wife and the child to grind the paricidal ax It burns up men consumes women detests life curses God despises heaven It suborns witnesses nurses perjury defiles the jury box and stains the judicial ermine It degrades the cit izen debases the legislator dishon ors the statesman and disarms the patriot It brings shame not honor misery not safety despair hope sorrow not happiness an with the manevolence of a fiend it calmly surveys its frightful desola tion and unsatisfied havoc It poisons felicity kills peace ruins mor als blights confidence slays reputa tion and wipes out national honor then curses the world and laughts at its ruin It does all that and more It murders the soul It is the sum ofall villainies the father ofall crimes the mother of all abomina tions the devils best friend and Gods worst enemy GENERAL BRAGGS NEPHEW VICTIM OF OWN REVOLVER MONTGOMERY Ala Oct 31 Dr Shirley Bragg State Jail In pector and a nephew of Gen Brax toij Braga who has hccn ill for sec eral years shot pad killed himsQlf vesterd rv mornms It is not known 4l He as GJ years old muJMonday November 2nd WatRyns DouglasP- resents Powerful Comedy The Power of Love c SoulStirring Beautiful Special Scenery ioottaedilirat1 WITH Miss Marian West and A Metropolitan Cast r lJ Wb rsr w 1 the world night will be given up to the of the great festival of Pipkin and Nut This is the night o When a the witches may be seen Some o them black some o them green Some o them like a turkey bean Long before the faith made way among the peo ples of ancient Britain the Druids had rites on what is now known as Hallow mas eve or as it is called Nut Crack Night Fires were deep in remote forests upon spurs of hills even upon the great plains that between dense forests and clear mystic rites were the help of the true God was and the of the powers of evil says the Kansas City Star The earliest records bear witness to a belief that on this night the powers of muster in great force and that all ural beings hold revel within the sphere of When later on Eve became a the old customs to its did not pass into disuse on the they became more and more deeply estab lished here and there some new or some old belief that had long lin gered without direct with any day or lowmas eve to drive away the spirits It is said that the obser vance of is among the people though from a festival it has come to mean a time when remove front gate up turn ring door bells take wheels off and and hide them pull the cab bage feed the cat ginger and to prove that it was all done spirits wear masks and make Jack o with candles and But all thatuhorse pia is a of The prop er of the night is of a gentler sort and is invested with a tender brood of and It is the night when fairies dance witches ride and ghost = walk strange dreams foretell pros perity or and when lov r firs iir nnrl fire most pr tent The heart = of men and wo r FIGURE LUMBERI that you buy from this yard having less waste than any other be cause it has been from the best lumber that is cut and dried When you want us to figure ou lumber for you we will give you an that will defy men maids and youths have fixed upon this time for Cupid for the of what love may have in store The first ceremony of to Burns is that of or pulling the Tight way is for two young people in some parts of the country it must be two of one sex mothers each pair must consist ofa youth and lass to go hand in hand into the kale or patch and there pull the first stalks they come upon at once to the fireside where they arc and left to read their fortunes as foretold in the stalks as the stalk is big or little or crooked so shall be the future wife or hus band of the person by whom it is pulled the of earth stick ing to the root denotes the amount of fortune or dowry and the taste of the pith or custoc the temper the stalks are plac cd one after another over the door and the names of the per sons who chance to enter the house are held in the same suc cession to indicate those of the in whom the pullers are to marry It is the custom in Ireland for the children to run into the yard afore the even fun begins an to pick out a number o stalks an name them arter any seven o the folk they have to do with then having finished wi this choos in they dance around tle place out llIf all are white all go to heaven One two three an up to seven Ifone is black as devil Hell soon be wi the devil On nuts and apples are and always have been means for telling In days nuts were so much used on October 31 that it was called favors for en are the little siren horns with tiny on the whistle end love these horns if they arts filled with confetti A bit of paper over the tin of the hors holds the con fetti in its place until it is d slrcl to liberate the shower Other favors are the brown and yellow sunbhn nets one of which might be hung on the chair of each feminine guest On the back of the chairs in which the men or boys ire to cit hang Jf I I ON CO RWFN i cones to which brown and yellow night moths might be table that is not vet effective should have a large pie made from three shades of orange tissue paper with a black cat sitting on top Tie around the leg of the cat narrow orange ribbons in three tones each end ribbon with bunches of brown twigs Put one at each place of a guest to be pulled at the end of the meal Such apie could easily be made at home by a and the cats of paint ed black with preen beads for eyes needles is another Hal loween game The needles must be or dipped into sweet oil Small pieces of tissue paper are then floated in a basin of water and each one lays his or her needy on a piece of the paper When the paper becomes wet it will sink the needles on the surface of the water by reas on of the makes the needles act pe some to the edge of the basin others to each other and from each other and the way your needle acts toward the others to be of your fate as of course the needles are all named Another is to have several pieces of string about a yard long in the middle of each is attached a raisin Two people are then selected at a time to contest for the prize of life Each takes an end of a string in his or her mouth and whoever by the string more reaches the raisin first may eat it and so win the prize This is very to the but there should he strings with raisins for every member of the company to in the sport for the benefit of the others TWO ARE SHOT Ky Oct 31Areport from Rowan county is that a John Johnson shot and Mary Conn and Mary Hunter The affair started over Johnson a child of Mrs Conn Johnson had knocked the two women down with a chair when Mary Conn secured revolver and to He the pistol from her hand her twice then turned the pistol upon Mrs Hunter who was upon him with a chair and shot her once her but ndt ser touslv J Cureuior Earachea j Take the heart of an onion and heat and insert in theyear audit will curs earache walls doors are caused by greenslumber no matter how the profit The lumber you should have for your home office or fac tory should be season ed full measure in width and and free from knots Let us have your next order and well treat you square II WINCHESTER LUMBER MANUFACTURING CO INCORPORATED J HALLOWEEN NIGHT OF FUN AND- FROLIC ITS ORIGIN ID CUSTOMS Throughout English speaking Saturday celebration Pumpkin Halloween Christian untutored performed special Halloween sometimes lighted stretched partially woodlands performed implored machinations protested against universal darkness supernat humanity Allhallow Christian observance pertinent celebration contrary accumulating superstition annexing association special locality HaldHalloween growing American popularly roistering voungsters sidewalks wagons buggies neighbors byllevil grinning hideous Lanterns pumpkins perversion Halloween observance superstitions practises adversity divinntinns ON selected kilndried superior estimate competition C worship divining Halloween according Bobby kaling cabbage stalksThe blindfoldedout cabbage returning unbandaged matrimonial According straight quantity indicates Finally Christian thereafter dividuals cabbage cabbage anything shouting Murtaughs screechin Halloween popular fortunes earlYEnglish Nutcracker night- Popular Halloween tertainments pumpkins Children esDecially Prices 25c 35e 50e and 75c SEATS SALE AT- MARTINCOOK DRUG fastened- A decoration expensive covering dishpan making cardboards Floating greased carefully thoroughly remaining floating thembCapillaritv culiarly rushing attracted stillothers repelled issupposed prophetic amusement ofwhich opposite chewing rapidly amusing onlooker enough indulge OWINGSVILLE Elliottsville fatally wounded slightly wounded whipping attempted shoo- Johnson wrenched shooting advancing slightly woimdmg I1SAFACTth- at cracking andwarping unseasoned tempting thoroughly length thickness SAYS PINT OF WINEt IS A LADYS LIMIT Cousin of Mrs Howard Gould f Testifies in Suit New York Oct 3 Elijah W Sells a cousin of Mrs Katherine Clemmons Gould testified before Ed ward G Whitaker as referee at a hearing in the suit for divorce insti tuted some time ago by Mrs Gould t Mr Sells appeared as witness to the good character of Mrs Gould explaining that he had been friendly with the Goulds for years In July 1906 after serious differences had arisen between Mrs Gould and Mr Gould he said he tried to effect an arrangement involving the Goulds living according to a definite domes tic and property plan Certain stipu lations were laid down by Mr Gould to govern his wifes conduct Mrs Gould objected to them shortly after which the couple separated One of Mr Goulds conditions the witness said was that his wife should abstain wholly from the use of intoxicants On this point on crossexamination Delancey Nicoll who appeared for Mr Gould asked Mr Sells to tell just how much wine he thought a lady should drink Mrs Gould the witness replied drank only as much as a lady should Well what is a ladys limit queried Mr Nicoll Well I should say that the limit for a lady is a pint of champaigne at dinner said Mr Sells Testifies as to Secret Rates New York Oct VThe admission that the Standard Oil company ben efitted from a preferential rate lower than that quoted to any other ship per was drawn from a witness at the Hearing in the governments suit to dissolve the company George B Ferguson a clerk in the freight de t partment of the Central Vermont rail road gave the testimony referred to Intforce on none which he declared had ever been secret the witness was taken in hand by the governments augrney who elicited the information that a special rate had been issued to the Standard Oil company tKills Child and Self vr Mass Oct 3When Louis MInoli a granite cutter refturned home from work he found his wife 19 and their yearold baby Caesar dead in bfrl with their throats cut The medicrj examiner decided that the woman had killed the child and then committed suicide with the same wearon her husbandjs razor Mrs Minoli left t ter for her husband in which slic declared that s1 e l vcd him but that she was iotas Ur endc 1er1ie because she did not know how to be alhousekeeDerr s v i I iioJ Pnea Forr THE WINCHESTER NEWS UTRE WINCHESTER NEWS An Independent Newspaper Published by The Winchester News Co Incorporated Office South Main Street Daily Except Sunday lfA Wintered at the Winchester Post Of fice as mail matter of the second class- SUBSCRIPTION RATES x The Winchester News is delivered ytyear 300 Six months 150 One monthr 25 New Phone No 91 HSATURDAY OCTOBER 31 1908 LETS CUT IT OUT BOYS Yle love boys If it were not for our boys The News would be a failure We are all boys in this office except that some of us are girls Some of usoldel boys Lave learned some things that the young er boys must yet learn by experience One of the things that we Jhave learned is that it is never Tight to do wrong We beileve in having fun We want lots of fun but what we sometimes call fun js wicked It is wicked to cause another pain or sorrow It is wrong if it is not dishonest to de stray property Tonight is Halloween At the Auditorium for the whites and at the Hippodrome for the colored there will be lots of fun for both old arid oung And the police will let tis shout some on the street maybe But boys let us not do anything that is wrong Let us refrain from mutilating anything or destroying- orv carrying away anything Let H3 cut itout boys Yes well cut tout vOne of the Boys THE ELECTION We have read all the election fore- casts We have carefully followed alf the straw votes We find the i Democrats sure of the election of Bryan the Republicans certain that Taft will win We see on one page of the Cincinnati Enquirer that Ohio and Indiana are going for Bryan On the next page that both States are sure for the Republican can didate And in each case the best ofreasons are given We have about decided that no one lows anything about it and that we will all have to wait until the special edition of Tie News is printed on Wednesday morning to know f There is very little question in our itiind but that Bryan has made tre I jnendous gains over the Democratic vote of 1904 He will poll a far larger proportion of the labor vote han w any Democratic candidate of recent years has done The New York Her lId which is noted for the accuracy of its forecasts says that the signs I thatIif 4 where isa landslide among the work irigmen Bryan will win The Republicans are counting o the great farmers vote through the North and West The farmers have usually been Republican They are prosperous They have felt the lat panic less than any other class in the community Therefore it is reason fid they will vote for Taft in in creasing numbers andthat will mea Jus election f Bryan started in this campaign with a great handicap Every North ern State was Republican In Min nesota Johnson a Democrat vas GVernorbut the State was strongl t Republican So in Oregon an Rhode Island while the Governors were Democrats all the rest of the State officials were Republicans Then lid beer less excitement this year than in any election within our memory It has been impossible for either party to work up much en thusiasm And it is well for the country that thiS should be so The selection of a President is a serious matter and should be decidedly ser idusly Jla calmly We believe that the greatVsilenr vote of the country the vote that is not bound to eithe party is going to decide The Inde iJ t 4 I t pendent vote is growing every year iVe11Q longer hear so much of the boast Jf luive always voted the strajght ieket E never scratch my ballot Anditbetter for each ofI the great parties that this isvso It goes fo make them more careful in their policies and in their selection ofcandidates t SPECIAL EDITION The News in line with its prdgres sine policy will issue a special edi tion Wednesday morning This edition will be delivered to its patrons in the city and county without any extra cost to them It will contain the very latest election news and the result if the result be known by that timeThis will entail some extra expenditures oil our part But our friends ave been so kind our subscribers have grown so rapidly that we want to give them the best of everything This special will be in the homesof Winchester by tix oclock Wednes day morning and will go out on the rural routes to all country subscribers NOBODY WANTS JOHN D I Poor John D Rockefoller He an ounces thathe will vote for Taft although the takes a shy at the Roosevelt policies He s promptly denounced by Mr Bryan andas promptly repudiated by President Roosevelt There seems to be no place for him unless he joins Debs and the socialists and agrees to divide Ten years or more ago he was one of the great philantropists of the country honored by allnow there are none too poor to do Linn reverence The moral senof the American people has been awakened Grime in high places is no longer winked at Even the richest are being brought to the bar of public opinion the dishonest millionaire suffers there even if he cannot be haled into the criminal courts and punished HURT OF KENTUCKY New Bock By Mrs Hannah D Pitt man Has Just Been issued From Press The News is in receipt of an at tractive bluebound volume entitled wrhe Heart of Kentucky autographed bvthe author Mrs Hannah Daviess Pittman But the outside of the book is its least attractive feature as all who are acquainted with the york of Mrs Pittmans strong pen will understand This latest book is published by the Neale Publishing Company of IJew York and Washington and like The Belle of the Bluegrass the scene is laid in the authors native State among the scenes she knows and loves so fondly The setting of the story is along the old Wilderness Road at the ngs and at Frankfort a combination that should appeal especially to the peo ple of this section The action of the story is quick and decisive bringing put vividly the stirring times when Kentucky was shaken by the Relief sand AntiRelief parties the outgrowth a memorable mon eary derangement that shook the fi yearsnterious tragedy occurred at Frank fort which startled the whole coun try and which has never to this day takeseof her story and so was woven a most remarkable romance combining both history and fiction She says intendednit as a vindication of the Unwritten Law btit a plea for the enactment of such stringent laws as will safe guard the sanctity of the home To those who appreciate Mrs Pitt mans gift for story telling The Heart of Kentuckythat great anddkeenest delight WHITMOflE IS ACQUITTED OF THE CHAGE OFr WIFE MURDER JERSEY CITY N X Oct 31 After being out two hours the jury in the case of Theodore Whitmore on trial for they murder of his wife on DeeembeV 26 last tonight re turned a verdict of not guilty Be Thyself tor REPUBLICAN FORECAST OF THE RESULTS OF TUESDIYS ELECTION Nation l Chairman Hitch ock Claims 32 5 Votes in the Electoral College or 83 More Than Necessary io Elect NEW YORK Oct lInhis fore cast of the composition of the elec toral college which will choose the next President and Vice President of the United States made public last night National Chairman Hitchcock claims 325 Republican members or 83 more than will be required to elect their candidates x Mr Hitchcock says he is sure of New York Ohio and Indiana He ala so includes in the Republican column Nebraska Montana Maryland and Nevada In explaining his list Mr Hitchcock said that he believed that the chances were even in Kentucky and Missourj with their thirteen and eighteen votes respectively States They May Lose If by chance any of the States claimed should go Democratic he said they would be Maryland Mon tana and Nevada with a total of fourteen votes This would leave a Republican margin of 69 and of this advantage lie expressed himself as perfectly confident The National Chairman does pot include Tennessee and Oklahoma in his list aiul concedes that the chan ces in these States are against the Republican ticket His forecast Mr Hitchcock said was based upon in formation received by him up to last night from party leaders throughout the Uniteo States of 59 is in the aJd are Put in NEW YORK Oct confidently claims the election of Bryan byxa landslide Among other things he said The West is for Bryan Already the upheaval there is being felt in the Eastern States The Democratic National ticket will carry doubtful State in this section and in rockrib bed districts the major ity of previous years will be reduced to a minimum From I have received from all parts of the country I figure that Bryan will have at least 301 electoral votes or 59 more than is necessary for a choice This majority will be increased rather thanI decreased when the vote is BIG THE Aeronauts of Are to Attempt Flight of Many un dreds of Miles LOS ANGELES GnlOct 31 Capt A E Mueller and Capt Horace B Wild who are to sail the two big balloons United States and America in the race across the continent which is being arranged in Los Kn geles are preparing to make their first flight Sunday in this city Both the aeronauts took part in flights at St Louis Chicago St Paul and Columbus They are enthusiastic over the prospects of the flight and believe they can make a worlds record Capt Mueller believes that is an upper current sweeping in down the coast which will take the bal loons into San Diego county thence toward the Gulf of Mexico and then up the and believes however that willcross the first range and then sweep the Salt Lake basin and then northeast early into Canada v GOLD FOUND IN Oct 31 received from R D of the American expedition in the Con go states that he has discovered rich deposits of gold tin and cop per in the Manyema district Few Immaculate Archytos It Is as hard to find a man without guilt as a fish without a backbone I J t The States claimed for Taftand Sherman with their electoral votes v 1Q Colorado A fr J 7 Delaware 3 Id faIllinois 27 Indiana 15 Iowa 13 Kansas f 10 Maine 6 Maryland S 16 Michigan 14 Minnesota 11 Montana 3 Nebraska i 3 Nevada 3 New 4 New Jersey v 12 New York 39 North Dakota 4 Ohio 23 Oregon 4 34 Rhode Island 1 South Dakota 4 Utah r 3 Vermont j 4 o West Virginia 7 Wisconsin 13 Wyoming 3 Total 325 CHAIRMAN MACK SAYS THAT BRYAN WILL HAVE 301 VOTES A Majority Electoral COllegBNewYork ludiana Column 31Chairman- Back Republican thereports BALLOONS MAY CROSS CONTINENT Experience Mississippi northeastward CaptfWild ofmountains JHECONGO BRUSSELS Reports Mohunleader followCalifornia Connecticut Massachusetts Hampshire Pennsylvania Washington Claimed Democratic 4L In addition to the 166 votes of the solid Southand in this I in clude Maryland I amconfident that Bryan will carry New York New Jer sey Connecticut Idaho Montana Colorado Delaware Kansas and South Dakotaa total of 301 votes The result is no longer in doubt in New York The 39 votes of this State are assured for Mr Bryan He pluralityTheincluded in that territory called the enemys country- In Ohio ahd Indiana every ele ment is working for our success and majoritythat both States will be in the Demo cratic column MGRATHIANA LEXINGTON Ky Oct 31The rankingforthe thoroughbred nurseries of the historyThe weanlingshavebeen sold by Col Milton Young who for a number of years past has con trolled the place and soon the farm will be used for purposes very dif ferent from those to which it has been devoted for nearly half a cen foundertheiana has not only upheld within re cent years all the traditions of its past but has added eachseason new fame and new laurels to those which it already enjoyed 80360 Realized The disuersal sale of the famous stockrequired four davs during which four hundred and fiftynine head were sold for a total of 80 360 an average of 175 Under the circumstances this must be consider ed a most excellent result 3t far ColYoking madebyhad begun1 It is a source moreover inogrthe future of the thoroughbred horse and to all who have at heart the welfare of an industry in which many millions of dollars arc invested in this imemdiate section Use of Flowers Theres no phosphorescence in flowers to speak of but they may lighten up many a darkened spot In life Manchester Union oJa 7 j RUPARD STEWART COS f YOUNG SUITS IN MOST WE SHOULD LIKE TO SHOW cALLs IT AUDACIOUS ACT Taft Discusses i Political Attitude Buffalo N Y Oct 31 Sledgeham mer blows at the Gompers Bran la bor legislation plans were delivered here by William H Taft before two immense audiences Mr Taft gave the names of many labor leaders high in the councils of the American federation of Labor who he said were leaving Mr Gompers The attempt of Mr Gompers he declared with great emphasis to de liver the labor vote of this country Is as audacious an act of political effrontery as has ever occurred in the history of politics It is most reas suring to note that the men associat ed with Mr Gompers in me execu tive council of the Federation of Labor are falling away from him in this effort of his to make the Feder ation of Labor a political factor The men who decline to follow him are John Mitchell James Dun can first vice president of the Amer ican Federation of Labor Daniel Keefe the head of the longshore mens union W D Ryan secretary and treasurer of the United Mine Workers A L Faulkner president of the WIndowglass Workers of America Claude Worth secretary treasurerof the International Dredge Workers Charles McCarthy presi dent Tug Firemen and Linemens association W E Fuller elevator employes T bolan international secretary Steam Shovel and Dredge men and many others high in the councils of labor organizations It is a struggle for political existence on the part of Mr Gompers and he is willing to resort to every extreme method possible to secure success After asserting that the protective system was decidedly the most im portant consideration for the Amen can workmen Mr Taft added Mr Gompers however has so committed himself on one subject with refer ence to labor that he Is willing to sacrifice every other consideration however important and material to the welfare of the wageearners He is willing to have a return of the conditions that existed in 1S96 so eloquently described by him at that heIing injunctipns He proposes to abolish injunctions in industrial disputes where the injunction is Issued to protect the business of a person whose business is by the lawless acts of workingmen and this by stat ute He also proposes to legalize the secondary boycott although many trades unions have distinctly re nounced the use of the secondary boycott as an Instrumentality in industrial disputes which is unrepubli can unAmerican and which is certain to react upon the users as a boomerang with disastrous effect After expressing the belief that the legislation which Mr Gompers nosed would be unconstitutional 1r v 6 J IJ r Maxwell BUSINESS SUITI for tHe busy illlJ who demands the best will appeal to the critical dresser- conservative in style in Grays Oxfords and the stylish Striped Brown effects 15 ito35 I MSNS THE J FREAKISH CREATIONS YOU 0 MOST Gompers J J- judge Taft concluded The charge that I ever entenced a man without a full hearing or made an order affecting his wages without a full hear ing is altogether unfounded and falser and it is one of those slanders circulated at the end of the campaign for the purpose of awakening the prejudices of ignorant anduninform red persons I wish here to say that no matter what labor may do under the per nicious influence of Samuel Gompers and those associated with him in this campaign if I am successful the po litical position of labor organizationS will not deter me in the slightest from doing what I can to aid proper labor legislation in the future and will not In any way diminish my con stant interest in the securing to those who earn their livelihood by the sweat of their brow as near an equal opportunity for progress toward better things as human society can afford them I am confident that many of the wageearning class will support the Republican ticket be cause I know their intelligence and I am sure that they are able to deter mine their real interests and will not be led astray by the fustian and bun combe of such appeals as those which Mrl Gompers is now making to his supposed followers Dying Sheriff Kills Two Lafayette GaOct 31In a ter rific revolver fight with two brothers John awd Charles Henderson Sheriff John Carlock was mortally wounded but continued to fire upon his adver saries until both were dead The Hendersons operate a coal mine near toservetenses The men refused to be served and opened fire on the officer The brothers were both shot through the heart and the sheriff died later from a body wound SMOOTH YOUNG BURGLAR Holds Up Woman and Secures Her Diamond Earrings NEW YORK Oct 31Gaining admission yesterday to the home of Mrs Ebon Adams in New Rochelle V under the pretext that he wished to inspctitwith a view to subsequent purchase a sprucely dressed young man compelled Mrs Adams at the point ofa revolver to remove her i diamond earrings and present them to hum The affability of the burglar and the fact that he left without taking with him other booty than the ear rings which were of comparatively small value is taken by the police as indicating that he was a novice f No trace of him as yet been found loI I OFFERED PRESIDENCY y f CHICAGO Oct 31A dispatch j from Denver Colo says JamesrWilson Secretary of Agriculture it is reported has been offered the presidency of the Colorado Agricultural College at Fort Collins and it is said he will resign to accept When asked about the report last night B F Rockafellow presidentaof theState Board of refused to affirmjDr deny it r+ 7ic 1t I 4 iL r t 1 z A 1 J r I I TI 111Wrt 5TEPageFive a 1 a lV41sqaIEpr1it r Halloween I wonder how many of us really r Jave Bought what Halloween paeans Halloweven is the name popularly giver to the eve of All Hallows or the festival of All Saints day which is the first pf November so Halloween comes on the evening of October the thir tynrst In many countries it is custom ary to try all kinds of queer antics In England they have many of the ichistorns we do here They do such things as cracking nuts ducking for apples in a tub of water biting ap pIes which are hanging by a string from the doorway and many other harmless revelries In Scotland they do all these ceremoniessuch partake of a more supersti tious character The poor people believe that a witch has the po wer to charm them and help them dis cover who shall be their partners for life Some of the ways they do this is t to light a candle go into a darkroom peer into a mirror over the left shoulder and just as the clock is striking twelve their future part ner will be looking into their eyes These are only a few of the things that are done I will leave to donel1 Entertainment at F ortytwq The home ofJIrs TalithaGr s by was beautiful in its decorations of potted plants asparagus ferns autumn leaves chrysanthemums and pumpkins when she entertained atfortyftwo Saturday afternoon Mrs Grigsby gowned in black received her guests in the hall in her sweet and simple manner Mrs Tipton Rawlins Mrs Lee Bush Mrs Byrd Hodgkin Mrs John Hardwick and Miss Elizabeth Grigsby assisted Mrs Grigsby in entretaining the guests x rThere were sixteen tables and the wereIpainted with witches pumpkins cats owls and all kinds of grotesque things the original idea of Miss Grigsby The progressions were marked by Misses Ann Duerson Elizabeth t Hodgkin Gertrude Grigsby and Rachel Ware Bush in their sweet and attractive ways while little Miss Frances Rawlins passed the tal liesAfter the games were finished an elegant meat course was served Only those who have tasted of Mrs Grigsbys hospitality can fully appreciate what it means She al ways entertains in that sweet sim ple way so characteristic of the olden times and which is best after all Charming Dinner Mrs George B Nelson jr charm ingly entertained the following guests at dinner Saturday at he- r1pletty home on Dudley street Mrs Chas B Nelson and daughter Anna of Washing Jf Miss Aletheia Shiddell Mrs Ida M Coates and Mrs Wil liam Mayfield of Lexington Mrs Will Nelson and Mrs R R Perry of this city and Mrs E H Childs of Chicago Coon Hunt The coon hunt given by Dr George S Brooks Friday night was a howling success The party left town by the Lexington pike and t went to Goff s wood on through JSdr Ernest Deans to the Paris pike and returned home by the same way Lunch was served at eleven oclock They treed a coon and caught hm and found it was a possum so there will be a stag supper Saturday night with H possum and taters Those who enjoyed the hunt were Mr and Mrs Ben D Goff Misses Florrye Smith Margaret McKinley Ruth Tucker Nancy Stevenson Sallie McDonald Mes srs Mark and Clay McClure Joe Nunnelly Will Lane Bronston Mc Cord Gay Prewitt Tom aid John Weathers Wan rNu nelly and Har old Wentworth D A R Meeting The Daughters of the American Revolution had a most interesting meeting Friday afternoon with Miss Annie Croxton They had a business meeting in connection with the other work We feel proud that the Hart Chapter is doing such good work They have only been organized since April but rank second in number to all the Chapters The State Regent has offered a prize for the Chapter which will Obtain the largest number of new members in the next year and our ChapteiIS working hard for the prize The Hart Chapter has offer ed a gold medal to the pupils who obtains the highest average in his tory in the Public schools this yearThe women of Lexington Chap ters have published a souvenir book which is madefrom two arti cles sent in from ea li Chapter It is a beautiful souvenir and may be obtained from any news dealer fe PERSONALS Miss Jane Gaitskill has returned home from Maysville where she was Maid of Honor in the Rice Worthington wedding She was also a guest of Mrs George King of Car- lisle Thursday and Friday Miss Sallie Jones of Pine Grove retained home Thursday night from an extended trip and visit through the East She was in Bos ton Mass to see all the historical points in New York for quite a while and Rhode Island Washing ton and other places Mrs Lou Boswell and Mrs Stuart Tracy are spending from Saturday until Monday with Mr and Mrs Clarence Boswell Mr Boswell is improving slowly after a severe illness Mr and Mrs Warren Witherspoon will be the attractive MraWitherspoon of Versailles from Saturday until Monday Miss Sue Buckner of Paris has returned home after a most de lightful visit to Mrs Ben D Goff Miss Osborne and Miss Liston will be the guests of Miss Granducci of Versailles from Saturday until MondayMrs Walter Strode has returned from the country where she has been visiting for a few days Mr and Mrs Rphert Wallace are spending a few days in town Mrs Jeff Sutherland returned home Thursday from a most delightful visit to the Misses Richard son of Maysville Miss Sophia Wilhort of Ver sailes and Miss Bess Bradford of Georgetown came Saturday to be the attractive guests of Mrs Steve Mrs Ed Dark who has been vis iting Mrs Bezin M Scobee for a Cut Glass at Cut Prices I purchased a selec tion at a bankrupt sale while in New York Mrs Ella W Haggard l I t r rI c week has returned td her bbcnein Louisville f r Miss Frankie McDonald has retmned to her home in Marshall Mo after a delightful visit to her many friends here x Mr Robert Friend of Irvine was a guest in town Saturday- Mi and Mrs F C Guy are visit ing1 relatives at Dreyfus and Berea in Madison county Mr Roy Flynn who is attending College at Berea is at home with his parents until the first of the week v Miss Edna Brunaugh after being the attractive guest of Miss Pearl Haggard has returned to her home in Nicbolasville Mrs J L Morrison of Lexington who l ibMr and Mrs L D lisle has returned home Capt Todd Hall of Peewee Vilely is the guest of Mr A R Hallon Winn avenue LIrs Walker ameson and son J lll1G of Beattyville ICY are visiting Mrs J C Tarpy on South Main street Mr and Mrs Guy Loeknane and son Master GUY Brown ofLexing ton have returned home after a pleasant weeks visit with their parents on Jackson street Delightful Social Mrs W Ey Heflin entertained Friday morning witha delightful social at her home in Ruekorville in honor of Miss Callie McKinney the attractive guest of hiss Mary Heflin Among those present were Misses Callie and Ruth McKinney Lain Alta and Lizzie Fox Carrie Fox afyrtle Todd Viola Rucker Alva and Francis Heflin Katie Rag lan Jodella Sanis and Grace Walden Messrs Qeorge Lisle Newton Al bert Landon and Milton Fox Char He and Everett Todd Ira Walden John Moss Walter Lowry Gaitskill Wills Vernon Wills Edd Pace Syd ney Twyman Jim and Ernest Allen Cranfield Brookshire Claude Perry HaglandTill Henderson Clay ildrige and Willie Ragland Surprise Party Quite a numbrof friends andold neighbors gave Mrs J H Mac Neil a surprise party on last Tuesday evening her birthday The house was decorated with yellow and white chrysanthemums and the table was also decorated in chrysanthemums They served brick cream and cakes malaga grapes and mints It was greatly enjoyed by all and a complete surprise to Mrs Mac Neill Among others present were Mr ahd Mrs Bobt Prewitt My and Mrs D 0 Meredith Mr and Mrs J M Jenkins Mr and Mrs Joe Martin Mr and Mrs Charles Stewart Miss Lucy Stewart Mrs W S Camp bell of Louisville Mrs Lee Baldwin Mrs Etta Smith Mrs Will Massie Mrs J Smith Hays 1 rsT P Azbill and Mrs T C Hardesty OPERA HOUSE In selecting The Power of Love for Miss Marian Wests starring vehicle Manager Douglas has as the saying is hit the nailright Miss West in the part of an un couth country girl married to a rich society favorite and having to suf fer sneers of a jealous rival proves herself equal to the task assigned to her and from the very fiat instant wins the sympathy of her audience Miss West is a great favorite with the public and by her appearance here will no doubt enlarge the long list of admirers of her act D A 1R1 CONCERT El The Hart Chapter D A RofWinchester will give a concert next Friday night at the Opera House Some of the numbers on the program will be by the following ar tists Mr Bruce Reynolds formerly- of Boston violinist Studio Quar tette Miss Margaret Foster Miss Grace Appleton Miss Carolyn Goff Miss Hattie Keith Pianiste Miss Katherine Wilson Accompanist Miss Virginia ParkerIMiss bgkqj bgkqj bgkqj bgkq jgkqj ised CHURCHES Presbyterian Church The pastorbwill preach tomorrow at 11 a m and- 7p m Morning subject Conversions how assured Evening The Curse of Inordinate Ambijtton All are cordially invited Bible Schooland Mens Adult Class at 145 a m TAKES OUT INSURANCE- ON WEDDING TROUSSEAU dispatchdrami L 1 = t I n f D IgI Alloy I I t D 0 O ooooo O pS14LTH RATLIKF 0- fl WILL OPEN ONj U Monday NovemberJ 2do AT ONE P M IN THE 0 BEAN BUILDINGon Lexington AvenueU One of tie Finest and Most UptoBale 0 Bowling Alleys in tile Bluegrass Ii- U U Special Attention ysrill be given the Ladies and Bowling Parties Certain days willU be set aside for Ladies and will be an nounced later Come and visit us Monday 0 twhether you Bowl OP not jsi II W7 DEATHS AND FUNERALS Mrs Lula Willis The death of Mrs Lula Willis at Lexington was noted yesterday She was the wife of Dr R L Willis Superintendent of the Eastern Ken Lucky Asylum Mrs Willis was born in this county Her brother Mr J E Gaitskill lives here also two sister s Mrs H A Rogers and Mrs J W Burgin Tim other brothers are S H Gaits killof Florida ST Gaitskill of Lexington and Strother Gaitskillof California The funeral took place in Lexington at three oclock tlfis afternoon The nail bearers were ActiveWebb Gaitskill Mfc Sterling J W Hughes Owingsvillefil liam Arnold Richmond Harvey Rog ersn and Samuel W Willis Winchester N P Van Meter and W F Price Lexing ton1SHonoraryProf James G White Mr Alexander Hall Dr David Barrow Dr FH Clark Ernest Cassidy DivB L Coleman Messrs Beverly R Jouett and R P Taylor Winchester r Mr J W Watts The funeral of Mr J W Watts took place from his home on West Broadway Saturday afternoon at two oclock The services were con ducted by Rev J H Mac Neill as sisted by Elder J W Harding The interment was in the Winchester Cemetery The pall bearers were James Mullins J T Lumari W M Caskie J A Bush Wm W Harding and George W McKinney- Mr Watts leaves surviving him lIcEwpnhfJohn W H R and T Wof Millers burg and three sisters Mrs J W Black Mrs Wilson Lawrence and Mrs H F Bradley of this city and county Misa Katherine Elkins yesterday took Out a fire insurfencepolicy cov ering a special wardrobe which is believed to be her trousseau The amountof the policy is not made known but it covers a wardrobe and jewels andextenda for only a month Tt was the intention of Senator and Mrs Elkins to return to Washington the latter part ofnext week but on account of a cablegram todayMr Elkins decided to remain here foe some time longer dlarsasnogaos uopuo1 wj ahoy eat ptresnoirj v eanoNKaM uuao9 UJPJ14 t L r t i II CLOCKSIn order to make room fQr new stock coming in we will make some surprisingly Low Prices on Clocks For tHe Next Two Weeks C IL BOWEINf Jeweler and Optician CRYSANTHEMUMS Ihave a fine cut of Crys anthemums this week Pink Yellow and White from one to three dollars per dozen same as you would have to pay from three to five dol lars per dozen for at other places I willask you to call youbusyIalso have Carnations andtV Roses at prices to suit SHEARER The Florist CLASSIFIED COLUMN ADVERTISING RATES Onehalf cent per word per inser tion 5 cents per calendar month Nothing counted less than 20 words No item charged on books for less than 25 cents LOSTAt noon Saturday bunch of keys between Eagle Casting Com pany and L E depot Return to this office 10313t WANTEDGood secondhand mans saddle Apply this office lti232fr 232tt5 jL hi 1 sf J WANTED SEWING I am PrePircdc to do all lands of sewing B do3s shirt waists and childrens dry v making a specialty Call at 2SHighland street MRS J C LAttYi f 1019lmo r lAi fon WANTEDSecondhand oldfasfe Toned brass kettle Cheap Ad dress X News office 10126L WANTED Tally and dinner card fto paint For particulars callNo 208 Home Fhoneat 115 College street t lQ29lmox VMr t I c r r ar i i 4Gt pale Six if wilt NESTER NEWS r 0000000y 7f I j IYhle1SetX 11 O By ROBERT W CHAMBERS Author of The T1ghting C1h ors H Dc 3tH v Because she saTdTyou are so unconscious of your own value I like you best I think I never before quits realized just what It was in you My value he said Is what you careto male it Then no ody can afford to take you away from me Captain Selwyn He flushed with pleasure That Is the prettie It thing u woman ever ad mitted to a man he said What more is there than our con fidence in each other and our con tent she said And as be did not respond I wok ter if you realize how perfectly lovely you have been to me since ydu have come into my life Do you Do you remember the first daythe very first howe seat word to you that I wished you to see my first real dinner gown Smile if sOil w Lhah but you dont You lont understand my poor friend how much rou became to me In that little Interview lens kindness Is a stra age tiling They may tr and try end a girl may know they are trying aud iu her turn try to be grateful but It is ail effort ou both sides Theni with a word an impulse born of chance or iurtiuet a UOP may say and do that whi Ii a woman can never forget and woU iot ii slie could nave I Cone tlirtr Yes Didnt you understand Do you suppose say other man in the world could have what you have had of meof my real self Do you suppose for one instant that any other man than you could over obtain from me the confidence I offer you unasked Do I not tell you everything that en ters my head and heart Do you not know that I care for you more than for anybody alive Gerald She looked him straight in theeyes her breath caught but she steadied her voiceIve got to be truthful she said care for you more than for Gerald And I for you more than anybody living he said Is it true It is the truth Eileen You you make me very happy Captain Selwyn But did you not know it before I told 0t11 i yryes I hoped so In theeultant reaction from the delicious ten sion of avowal she laughed lightly not knowing why The pleasure in it she said is the certainty that I am capable of making you happy You have no idea how I desire to do it Ive wanted to ever since I knew youIve wanted to be capable of doing It And you tell Jnee that I do and I am utterly and foolishly happy The quick miscue vous sparkfe flashed up transforming her for an instant Ah yes and I lau make you unhappy too it seems Ay Balking of marriage That too is rpinething a delightful power but the malice dyingto a spark in her bril liant eyesI shall not torment you Captain Selwyn Will it make you hap pier if I say No I shall never marry ns5long as I have you l Will it really Then I say It Never never wilLI mar ry as long as I have your confidence and friendship But I want It all very bit please And If ever there is another womanif ever you fall In i lovecrack away I gobe snapped her white fingerslike that she add ed only quicker Well then be very very careful my friend I wish Iicould curl up Indefinitely and listen to your views on life You brought a boot to read didnt you l He gave her a funny embarrassed glance Yes brought a sort of book Then Im all ready to be read to thank you Please steady me while I try to stand up on this log One ha dIwill do Scarcely in contact with him sher crossed the log sprang blithely to the ground and lifting the hem of her summer gown an inch or two picked her way toward the bank above We can see Nina when she signals us from the lawn to come to luncheon she said gating out across the upland toward the silvery tinted hillside where Silverside stood every pane glittering with the white eastern sunlight In the dry sweet brass she found a place for a nest and settlecllnto it head prone on a heap of scented bay leaves elbows skyward and fingers linked across her chin What book did you bring she asked dreamily uHe turned red Itsits Just a chsifl r from a little book Im trying jriteaa sort ot for the stabiishment of native regiments ip the Philippines I thought perhaps you might not mind listening He wrote simply and without self consciousness Loyalty aroused her in terest intelligence sustained it and when the end came it came too quick ly for her and she said so frankly which delighted = Hark Ear himIIi atavistic and that somebqdy Is coming she said arid Drina said Selwyn and he bailed them as they came into vIewIdsove Then he sprang to his calling out And Gerald too Hello old fellow This is perfectly fine When did you arrive Oh Gerald cried Eileen both i y I vvvvvvwvvwvvv v bands outstretched its splendid of rou to come Dear fellow have you i sen Nina and Austin And were lliey not delighted And youve come tv stay havent you There I Wont begin to urge you Look Gerald look Bootsand Drinl tooonly look at those beautiful big plump trout In Cap taro Selwyitfs creel Sh I say csclainJed Gerald you didnt take those in that little brook did you Philip Well wouldnt that snare you I Im coming down here aft er luncheon I sure am You will too wont yo asked Drlna Jealous lest BootS her idol miss his due share 6t piscatorial glory If youll wait until I finish my French Ill come with you Of course I will said Lansing reproachfully You dont suppose theres any fun anywhere for me without you do your Not said DrIna simply I dont Selwyn turned to Gerald I hunted- high and low for you before I same to Silverside You found my note Yes therhoy coloring Come ahead Eily Boots and I will take you on at tennis and Philip too Weve an hour or so before luncheon Is it a go Certainly replied his sister una ware of Selwyns proficiency but loyal even in doubt And the fivet walking abreast moved off across the uplands toward the green lawn of Silverside where under a gay lawn parasol Nina cat a nature book in hand the cen ter of an attentive gathering composed of dogs children and the cat KitKi blinking her topaz tinted eyes in the sunshine The young mother looked up happily as the quintet came strolling across the lawn Please dont wander away again before luncheon she said Gerald I suppose you are starved but youve only an hour 10 wait Oh Phil what wonderful trout Children kind ly arise and admire the surpassing skill of your frivolous uncle And as the children and dogs came crowding around the opened fish basket she said to her brother in a Jow contented voice Gerald has quite made It up with Austin dear I think we have to thank you havent weT nashe really squared matters with Austin Thats good thats fine Oh no I had nothing to do with Itprac tically nothing The boy is sound at the corethats what did it And to Gerald who teas hailing him from the veranda Yes Ive plenty of ten nis shoes Help yourself old chap Eileen had gone to her room to don a shorter skirt and rubber soled shoes Lansing followed her example and Selwyn entering his own room found Gerald trying on a pair of white foot- gear The boy looked pp smiled and crossing one knee began Ito tie the lacesI told Austin that I meant to slow down he said Were on terms again He was fairly decent Good business commented Selwyn vigorously And Im cutting out cards and cock tails continued the boy eager as a little lad who tells how good he has been all day I made it plain to the fellows that there was nothing in it for me And Philip Im boning down like thunder at the office Im horribly ln debt and Tin hustling to pay up and make a clean start You he added coloring will come first At your convenience said Selwyn smilingNot at all Yours is the first ac count to be squared then Neergard- Do you owe him Gerald Do I 0 Lord But hes a pa tient soul Ideally Philip I wish you didnt dislike him so thoroughly be cause hes good company and beside that hes a very able man Well we wont talk about him then Come on Ill lick the very life out of you over the net r t A few moments later the white balls were flying over the white net and active white flanneled figures were mov ing swiftly over the velvet turf Drina aloft on the umpires perch calmly scored and decided each point Impartially though her Jittle bcrt was beating fast n desire for the suprem acy of Boots it Fos all leer ofil cial eftmposurs could endure to see hQwEiIn at thejaet beat down his defense drying him with her volleys to the service line- RLNAS ftCh pt S relations with Lan h sing afforded infinite amusement to the Ge raid It had been a des perate case Jtrpnit the very first and the hftd Took it so seriously anii considered her claim on Boots so absolute that neifherthat young man nor anybody else dared make a Jest of the affair within her hearing Otherwise she was the same active sociable wholesome Intelligent child charmingly casual and inconsistent and the list of her youthful admirers ntdancln school and parties raulred f t i the alphabetical class11cat1onptMr Lansing jr But Boots was her own particular possession He was her chattel her t things an hevancL other people knew ha I was no light jaffair to meddle with the personal property of Drina Gerard Eileen one bit rm around her brothers shouldersstrolled houseward across the lawn switching the shaven sod with her tennis bat What are you doing this afternoon 2 she said to Selwyn Gerald she touched her brothers smooth cheek means to fish Boots and Drina are keen on It too and Nina Is driving to Wyossett with the children And you he asked smiling Whatever you wish confident that he wanted herr whatever he had on hand I ought to walk over to Storm head he said and 1et things straightened out Your laboratory asked Gerald Austin told me when I saw him in town that you were going to have tho cottage on Storm head to make pow derInOnly in minute quantities Gerard explained Selwyn I Just want to try a few things And if they turn out all right what do you say to taking a look lnif AuStIn approves On please Gerald whispered his sister Do you really believe there Is anything In it asked the boy BecaUse If yogi are sure there certainly is if I can prove that my powder Is able to resist heat cold and moisture The Lawn people stand ready to talk matters over as soon as I am satisfied Theres plenty of time but keep the suggestion In the back of your head Gerald The boy smiled nodded Importantly and went off to remove the stains of tennis from his person and Eileen went too turning around to look lack at Selwyn Thank you for asking Gerald Im sure he will love to gd into anything you think safe Fill you join us too he called back smilingly We may need capi tall Ill remember that she said and turning once more as she reached the landing Goodby until luncheon and touched her lips with the tips other fingers flinging him a gay salute In parting and meeting even after the briefest of Intervals it was always the same with her always she lead for him some Informal hint of the formal ity of parting always some recognition of their meeting in the light touching of hands as though the symbol of ceremony at least was due to him to her self and to the occasion At luncheon Nina and Eileen talked garden talk they both were quite mad about their fruit trees and flower beds Selwyn Gerald and Boots discussed stables golf links and finally the new business which Selwyn hoped to de velop Afterward when the children had been excused and Drina had pulled her chair close to Lansings to listen and after that on the veranda when the men sat smoking and Drina was talking French and Nina rind Eileen had gone off with baskets trowels and pruning shears Selwyn still continued in conference with Boots and Gerald and It was plain that his concise mod est explanation of what he had accomplished In his experiments with chaosite seriously impressed the other menBoots frankly admitted It Besides he said if the Lawn people are so anxious for you to glue them first say In the matter I dont see why we shouldnt have faith in it enough I mean to be good to ourselves by offer Ing to be good to you Phil Wait until Austin comes downand until Ive tried one or two new Ideas said Selwyn Nothing on earth would finish me quicker than to get anybody who trusted me Into a worthless thingIts plain observed Bootsthnt although you may have been an army captaip youre no captain of Industry youre not even a noncom Selwyn laughed Do you really be here that ordinary decency is uncommon Look at Long Island returned Boots Where does the boom of worthless acreage and paper cities land investors when it explodes Gerald had flushed up at the turn in the conversation and Selwyn steered Lansing Into other and safer channels until Gerald went away to find a rod And as Drlna had finished her French lesson she and Lansing pres ently departed brandishing fishing rods adorned with the gaudiest of flies S In the rose garden andhngthat section of the wall included in it the rich dry porous soil glimmered like gold under the sun and here Selwyn discov ered Nina and Eileen busily solicitous over the jjtender shootsof favorite bushes A few long stemm dearly L rosebuds lay in their baskets 7 28Selwyn drew one his i buttonholeand down wheelbarrowIn the rose garden amiably disposed to look on and let thp others work tO f Not much said Nini YPHtl start in and pinch ba pea pre climber dpyou hear Phil I wont Jejt poudawdle aroundand yawn whlje Im pricking piy finger every Instant Make him move Eileen Eileen came over to him fingers doubled into her palm and small thumb extended To be continued a f AINTY linen table accessories are given more thought than pieceshaveand elsewhere tempting women to open wide their purse strings and also since it has grown fashionable to serve breakfast and luncheon on a polished table with only doilies to protect the wood finish from being marred by the dishesrLace trimmed centerpieces are in great demand and are really oftener seen on the wellappointed tablo than embroidery or drawn wprkI though squares and dog runners with this Mexican work in solid borders or medallions are too beautiful totbe entirely ousted by the lace decorations which have cast a spell over the wealthy and the moderately welloff housewife alike Cluny lace seems to be the most popular for table use though it may not be the most fashionable since the filet fad was launched during the sea son Just past Florentine lace is effective and very dainty on a table Both the filet lace and the filet em broidery or darned work are liked for handsome table centerpieces and s doilies These are made of fine linen not a sheer mesh but a fine firm weave and the design of the drawn work or embroidery Is confined to squares which may border the centerpiece or may be worked in medallion effect throughout the entire space WORK APRON OF WHITE LINEN Dainty Garment for the Presiding Genius of the Chafing Dish A novel work apron with bretelles lone that can be worn when embroidering or presiding over a chafing dish Is made of white linen having a dainti ly worked scalloped pattern all around the edge The apron part is rounded at the bottom corners and is narrowed at the waist having a few tiny plaits where it joins the belt On the underside of the apron starting at the belt Is sewn a narrow strip of linen fol lowing the outline of the apron and continuing on up the other side of the belt In the center at the bottom two buttonholes are worked and then rib bon is run in this casing the upper ends being well fastened at the waist while the other ends come through the buttonholes to the outside where they are tied in a bow When the apron Is worn plain with out the pocket effect the bow remains in this position but when the use of the pocket is desired the knot is lifted up to the waist line thus gathering the apron so that it forms a pocket and the bow is then hooked to an in visible eye in the center of the belt in frontThe belt itself is fashioned of ribbon and the bretelles made of shaped pieces of the embroidered material have bands of ribbon running from each side of the front to the shoulders where they terminate in smart little bows with an end of each returning down the front to the bust making the two ribbons to Join and form another bow Wear Plain School Dresses Children of the new rich may wear elaborate frocks but the child to the manor born will go to school this year in the simplest sort of gown Little princess dresses are the most popular but no jewelry and little trim ming will adorn the frock of the girl from the home ruled over by a well bred mother The desire is so great to accentuate the simplicity of dress that the small girl may not be as happy as she would be with a few gewgaws but these she may have at home Wearing Green Tulle There is going to be a good deal of tulle worn this winter Its new heavy weave makes it available as a serv iceable accessory Bright blue will be more favored than light blue but parrot and apple green are to be in the lead Bows of this will be worn at the neck on an evening bodice in front of the hat and to tie flowers Sometimes filet lace squares are inset instead of having the work done in the Jinen Itself This is an attrac tive way to accomplish a good effect and the work can be done at home Medallion pieces of almost any shape size and pattern can be found in the shops ready to use Very often the prettiest are picked up in the furnish ing department where materials for lace curtains and draperies are kept Odds and ends of lace found in this department will often work in well for table pieces or for diningroom fur nishings It is sometimes possible to gather together enough medallions and strips of lace to fashion a table runner or a sideboard cover that is really handsome and far from costly All lace pieces are frequently seen and are attractive when used on a polished mahogany table with the gleam of the wood showing through Just under the center of the decoration where the bowl of flowers rests a pad can be placed to keep the table from being marred or stained Circular pieces with radiating lines of darning or drawn work are quickly made and are useful for ordinary purposes Fine white linen runners or scarfs for buffet and sideboard with a band of Cluny insertion and a wider edging to match are decorative and have quite an elaborate air yet they can be made a third the price of circular pieces which have the lace Insets designed to suit the piecei Wool cheviot waists in soft check effects with stripes in a decided color are smart Tucked net is popular for guimpes Some nets are so woven as to simu late hand tucking The rhinestone horseshoe brooch is being supplemented with those of coral turquoise and Jet Opera hoods are shown in Paris made of ribbon Clever fingers will soon be fashioning them here Long coats in the directoire modes with the empire waist effects have been chosen for the fastidious woman of good style Crewel embroidery Is being used in Paris by the artists of dress for giving distinguished trimming touches to handsome costumes Ribbon ornaments for the hair are becoming a necessity Match your gown with the rosette and band or braid of ribbon to be twisted through the locks Linen Napkin Rings Napkin rings of linen are preferable to silver ones for every day use for they can be kept sweet and dainty A piece of linen should be folded double making a width of about three inches the piece to be as long as is neces sary to fasten around the napkin The linen should be fine and white Em broider a monogram on the linen Work a button hole in one end which should be pointed and sew a pretty pearl button on the other The edges may be bound or merely turned in and stitched on the machine or they may be basted and then featherstitched The work is prettier when done In white and the monogram should be padded well Use for Sand Bags A convenient addition to a sewing table are some small sand cushions Make them threeor four inches square but do not fill them too full Cover them with scraps of bright silk ribbon or velvet When cutting out garments it will be found that they will save much time and bother be cause instead of having to pin the pattern to the cloth these handy little bags may Te used as weights and the garment is not marred by pinholes bagswillalsQaway and from blowing about llirftity 1 nnnn tt Jjiv LTHOUGK isIs quite a simple bonnet itss yeiry pretty when worn by a little girlwJth curly hair It may be made of silk velvetor material overwhitevelvet betweenthen pipe all round the edge The lower piece which is slightly curved 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Etc a Specialty NO 19 North Alain Street Both Phones WINCHESTER TAILORING COMPANY Ifl5CHMcKINNEYJrops Clothes Cleaned Pressed and Repaired DRY CLEANING AND DYING A SPECIALTY Over Allan g Murphys Store opp CoariHoase CALL ON NELSONJbeTransferMaD by day or night if you want your baggage transferred OFFICE Nonio Phone 94 Night Phone 331 HIGH GRADEPHOTOGRdPU Remember that Irghgrade fotografs and portraits make appropriate Xmas presents Place your orders with EARP The Artist now and avoid the rush during the holidays Ramsey Transfer Cor Hauling of All Rtn s- Furnitnra MotringwfpocialtY HOME PHONE fl 7s t Kx t J tTHE WINCHESTER NEWS Page Seven u A SANITARY WATER j I FARM4nsi 1tIseCarein Locating the Well By B M Bolton M I t The importance of a sanitary water supply both for drinking and for pur I pOses of cleanliness has long been recognized and the Improvement In the health of communities which has followed the introduction of abundant supplies of pure water Sears testimony the the Importance of every precaution in this direction While the value of a sanitary water supply for cities and towns has thus been demonstrated too little consideration has been given to the water supplies for farms Con taminated water used in connection with farm products may affect not only the farmer himself and his Im mediate family but all of those who use his products All the products of U m Ii Geological Formation Showing Manner Which Water Secured Wells Varying the farm which are washed before sending to market and all vessels and danrineThere is perhaps no one source of fromPuse and rinsing the vessels used for milk It should be borne in mind that bac teria of various sorts flourish in and that bacteria are the cause off many diseases Milk Is one of the best A Well with Good Natural But with Slovenly Surroundings Not Properly Guarded Against Pollution media for the growth of bacteria and one drop polluted water contains contaminationrThe three factors necessary for a sanitary water supply are purity abundance and convenience The most important these factors and that which has received most consideration as a rule is purity People naturally prefer clean pure water and they areI A generally educated up to the dangers possibleaminations of water supplies often be gin and end with a determination of bacteriological or chemicalcontamina r tion to the neglect of questions regard ing proper location abundance and convenience ctrs which cannot be safely ignored To guard against the pollution of wells the location is of Where it is possible the ground should elope away naturally on all sides and the pump should be on top of a mound which should be well sodded or ce mented all around Sources of domes tic or other pollution should be sepa rated from the well by an layer below ground to avoid the seepagekaround the ell should be protected from animals 1 by a fence or otherwise The shaft of the well should be thoroughly tight and for this reason the use of terra cotta tiles or metal pipe for the shaft is preferable to walling up with bricks and mortar In any event the space immediately around the shaft proper should be puddled with clay or cement or as advised by Koch have the upper part packed with sand The use of open wells or even the use of chain pumps is not to be recommended since they are decidedly un sanitary Every precaution should be taken to prevent the contents of a cesspool from soaking into the soil for even if the cesspool Is at a distance from the ulqSIn Is from of Depths milk Location of of well the ground between may eventually become saturated and fail to act as a filter As already t stated the presence of an impervious stratum be tween the wall and the cesspool is a good protection but where such a stratum does not exist the cesspool should be made watertight The crude methods of sewage disposal still quite commonly In vogue In the country are a continual menace to the water sup ply One of our illustrations shows a well which is guarded against pollution and with very slo venly surroundings The situation of the well in this case is good It stands at a considerably higher level than the barnyard which is below and at the left and is separated from the well by a ledge of rock while the do mestic sources of pollution He to the right and are several hundred feet away The well is only about seven feet deep but it is bored Into the solid rock and in spite of its want of depth there would appear no good reason why it should not be made to fulfill the requirements of a sanitary supply yet when it was Inspected h was found to have a loose coping and there was no provision against pollu tion due to stray animals One of our illustrations shows a well bored into solid rock and although it Is only 16 feet deep it would appear to be well protected from any source of contamination Besides the protec tion afforded by the natural rock the curb and cover are tight and more over the cover has a slant so as to shed water Where there is no spring and where for any reason It is not feasible to sink a well it becomes necessary to resort to cisterns and If these are properly constructed and operated they may be made to fulfill all sani tary requirements The walls should be watertight of course both to prevent water leaking out and to guard t Well with Surroundings Protecting It from Pollution importance impervious imperfectly against pellutlon from without The best cisterns are those constructed with two chambers separated by a por- ouS brick partition through which the water is filtered The water from the roof is made to run into one chamber and is pumped out of the other after passing through the partition The providedventing the first water which fans in time of rain from running into the cis tern since the first water after dry weather may become polluted with dust or bird droppings on the roof The roof from which the water is slateWatertainted istheJfaro t ii j ALIBI CONTENTION Given Setback by Refutation of Tfmtrt Dispatchers Testimony Jersey City Oct 3 iTh Attempt of the defense to establish an alibi for Theodore C Whitmor1now un dergoing trial on the charge of haying murdered his wife last Christmas night received a serious setback when train sheets of the Inter borough Railroad company of New York city were submitted in evidence in refutation of tne testimony of Train Dispatcher Pulver who de posed earlier in the trial that he saw Whitmore in New York on Christmas night shortly after dispatching a train at 1130 oclock Witnesses also were examined who declared they heard Pulver say that he did not know whether it was 1130 1230 or 130 oclock when he saw Whitmore A number of boon companions and associates of Whitmore were exam ined during the day Their testimony for the most part bore out that of Whitmore himself and corroborated bis recitals of his movements on the night of the crime Hemmed In by Flames New York Oct 3Hemmed in byI flames and unable tb escape from the basement of a business house in Duane street Henry Jones and David Mahoney were burned to death and William Settgast was so seriously burned about the face and hands that he will probably die The men were employed by the firm of Stillman Engel manufacturers of celluloid novelties and they were at work when a barrel of celluloid caught fire Frank Stillman a member of the firm and four girl employes es caped from the building by the fire escapes Poolrooms Are Raided New York Oct 3 Two spectac ular raids of alleged poolrooms were made by the police at different places in the East Side of the city In the aggregate 280 prisoners were taken and in addition it is said that a con siderable quantity of gambling para phernalia was confiscated CARDINAL GIBBONS IS NONCOMMITTAL Says Catholic Church Does Not Recognize Politics Washington Oct 31 National Democratic Committeeman Edwin A Newman of the District of Columbia related a recent conversation he had with Cardinal Gibbons as important in indicating the attitude of the Cath olic church in the present presiden tialcampaignCardinal stated said Mr Newman that he made it a rule not to discuss party politics in a public manner nor to disclose his own preference for this or that candidate for office To do so he said would pos sibly expose him and the Catholic church to undeserved criticism The church does not attempt to control the political views or political conduct of its members said the cardinal In the United States Catholics are to be found in all political parties and each member of the church is free to think and vote as he pleases on political and economic questions Any attempts to br 19 the church into the political arena or make it the champion or opponent of any candidate or party does it a grave injustice Fatally Wounded by Brother Valdosta Ga Oct tNews was received here of the shooting of Al fred Boon by his brother Babe Boon in Echols county inflicting probably fatal wounds Both are under 21 and the sons of a prominent farmer It Is said the trouble grew out of a whipping which Babe Boon adminis tered to a younger sister Mitchell Day Observed Wiikesbarre Pa Oct 3 Mitch ell day which commemorates the ending of the first great coal strike in 1900 was observed throughout the anthracite coal regions there being almost a total suspension of mining Wounds Proved Fatal Manila Oct 3George E Wolf a leading American merchant here died as a result of being gored by a mad carabao while out hunting last Sunday THE MEAT OF IT William R Funk of Columbus fell Into a vat of lime at the factory where he was working and was so severely burned that he lied a few hours laterrFrank Foulke a Plttsburg detective Is under arrest charged with killing his best friend Frank San ders in a dispute over a dollar Twenty persons aboard the Cunard liner Ivernia were Injured when the Vessel hit a huge tidal wave one day Jut from Queenstown- Members of the Black Hand soci ety amputated both arms of Villardo Dipilli of Morothorn W Va and left him beside a railroad track He will recover David Hissong the oldest civil war veteran in Columbus is dead at the age of 91 years Edwin Parks a recruit at the Columbus Obarracks is being held for the PitUburgpollce on a charge t f larceny J 4w t I Murderl was received by the police that Ferris Simpson a barber had been arrested at Harrodgburg charged with the murder of ScIpio Noble A bdy found iroar Covington last Saturday with the head severed is thought to be that of Noble of Jackson Ky who had served three years in the Unite States army and left home three weeks ago saying he would reenlist When he left home he carried 400 in cash and 900 in notes Nothing was found on the body of the marl found near Covington Sensational Shooting Chattanooga Tenn Oct 3 In a sensational shooting affray at Ross ville a suburb of Chattanooga Con stable John Carlock was painfully in jured Oscar Henderson received wounds which caused his death a few hours later and G S Henderson was seriously wounded The fight was result of an attempt of Constable Carlock to arrest the Henderson brothers on the charge of trespassing G S Henderson declares that his brother was shot several times after he was down Cabinet Meetings Postponed Washington Oct 3 iOwing to the fact that most of the members of the presidents official family are absent from the city on campaigning tours there was no meeting of the cabinet today The next regular meeting is scheduled for Tuesday but will be postponed in order that the members can go to their homes to vote Mare Brings Good Price Lexington Ky Oct 3 IThe fea ture of the third days sale of the Mc Grathiana stud owned by Colonel Milton Young was the disposal of the Hanover mare Ora Bailey for 2 600 to the St James stable British Columbia This is more twice the amount paid for any other mare at this sale Largest Load of Grain Milwaukee Wis Oc 3 The steamer barge Adam Cornelius left Milwaukee for Buffalo with a cargo of 270750 bushels of wheat This is the largest boat load of grain in one consignment to leave Milwaukee in the history of navigation of the Great Lakes Monnett Ventures Prediction Chicago Oct sFrank S Mon nett former attorney general of Ohio arrived irz Chicago from the west where he has been speaking in behalf of Mr Bryan At Democratic head quarters he predicted a general via tory for Bryan and Kern- Occasionally And sometimes a man gets married in order to have some one believe his talk Lumber Schooner Wrecked Baltimore OctSThe observer of the Maritime Exchange at Cape Henry reports the schooner Charles S Hirsch lumberladen from Bruns wick for Baltimore wrecked near Paul Gamiels lifesaving stationNorth Carolina Captain Frank Hunter and five sailors were rescued In the breeches buoy by the lifesavers but Lhe cook and one sailor were drown ed The vessel will be a total loss The Hirsch was a fourmasted schooer andwas owned by the Hirsch Lumber company of New York Bishops Plan Jubilee Indianapolis Ind Oct 9Thesecond days session of the semian nual meeting of the board of bishops of the Methodist Episcopal church Bishop McDowell of Chicago presid ing was addressed by Bishop Hart zell from Cape Town Africa on the progress of mission work on that continent and upon the plans of the board of foreign missions to have an African diamond jubilee during 1909 and raise 300000 as a special thank offering to be used In enlarging the work in Africa The bishops by a unanimous vote heartily approved the jubilee and urged the pastors and people to cooperate PEACEMAKER KILLED WHILE TAKING GUN VERSAILLES Ky Oct 31 While trying to take a shotgun away from Noah Woolfolk colored to pre vent his killing another man Rich ard Winn also colored WaS shot in the left breast and instantly killed at Nashtown this county Woolfolk had quarreled with Isaac Divine coloredandhad gone to get his gun declaring his intention to kill Divine On his way to Divines house Winn stopped him and attempted to wrest the gun from Woolfolk with the re sult that he was killed Woolfolk claims the gun was accidentally dis charged He was arrested and brought to jail here Y AN EXPERT OPINIONv would show that our stock includes the very best varieties We keep i nothing but the best quality of grain hay and feed of all kinds f and our oats and hay are from the choicest crops raised Prices no higher than you will pay elsewhere IThe WINNMARTIN COALF SUPPLY CO INCORPORATED r WOMAN SMOKING Says That Women Would be Better Physically if They Used Cigar rettes Three Times a dayf CHICAGO Oct 31A aisptcli from Philadelphia says Dr Rachel Skidelsky one of the bestknown women physicians of Philadelphia after startling the Womans Club yesterday by defend ing the tobacco habit among men startled it still more by advocating the use of cigarrettes by women Many physicians held similar views Dr Skidelsky said but hesi tated to advise their women patient to smoke because of the fear that what was offered as medicine mini become a habitual indulgence I feel sure Dr Skidelsky said that tobacco if pure and proporlv usedmight be beneficial to women It is known to be valuable in func tional disorders and nerves As men find it valuable to soothe their nerves midst care or worries I do not see why women whose worries ars more numerous and whose nervous organization is more delicate should not find benefit in its proper use also I think that if a woman would sit down for five minutes before begin nines her day and give the time to a ciaarette she would be able to plan better her days work And the five minutes thus used three times dail would be I think of much benefit to her CARNEGIES ARE BACK HOME NEW YORK Oct 311Mr and Mrs Andrew Carnegie and Mist Garden the opera singer arrived here from Europe yesterday THE NEWS by carrier lOc a week r JOB PRINTING Our facilities are the best in East ern Kentucky for turning out high i l class Job Work at reasonable pri ces 1 i I Lawyers briefs and all kinds book work promptly and accurately attended to Give us a call and let us coo some work for you tt The Winchester News INCORPORATED WINCHESTER KV l L r L z t L i i I J I t v iltJ2L f t i th j L 7 i fL 0 lI dLM1 Eght s i THE WINCHESTER NEWS ff rVi u = u Dori Indigestiontjjncfpay uiiiircessary doctors billby allowing yourself l and family teat impure foods when the best can be had I lthe same e Our line of dried fruits is now in and eady f6your inspection 0 Fancy Prunes 1U2C 15c and 20c per Ib Fancy Muir Peaches 15c A and 20G per lb Extra Fancy Apricots 20c peril We represent one of the most reliable oyster firms in Baltimore and receive a fresh shipment in four times a week All orders given prompt attention i STOKELYROUNSAVALL 1Sale agents for Ferndel Pure Foods bases Sanbcrn Coffees and Teas Prices I iard and Sausage Red Cross Flour Huylerj Candles Bells Flowers K BlG MASQURA l AT r THE AUDITORIUM Saturday Night For All Much Fun- ad Irs plic Also Interest- v ing Race i T Everything is in readiness at the Auditorium for the1big Halloween LaasquerTide that will be given there Satin day night The rink has been specially decqirated for thocca sion with autumn aves and flowers Hie management has ordered from the cities several Jack o Lanterns nd other spook y looking objects that will arrive late in the afternoon- und will be placed around the rink A great deal ofinterest is being taken in tHe entertainment by the skaters and many have signified their- intention or entering the contests for I the different prizes that are offered There will also be another attrac tion put on that will probably create morc laughter and amusement than anything that las ever been seen at this pcpualr place of amusement- It will be the race between the cOoii and monkcv These little performers are well up on their job as they have leen giving races in the larger links hi ouGiMuifc the country for 4dilte time They jwill arrive at nooh and ii11Vbe placed on exhibition at the ink Satudavafternoon- Cu Tuesday night the electibii rer mis will be rend afc the Auditorium jj ulniiskn of 25 cents will be r ha cd to overycno and skates will he fut nishcclto all who care to skate 1j lie IS ARilESfED FOR STEALING CORN Clrntersfl ear City Have Been Re iceitl Missing Much Newly Shocked Ccrn For some t5iIflV numerous com olains liafe lifecn received by the lq al police dcpaitment from the fqr Imyeeellnewly shucked corn and Friday nifjht office Tanner succeeded in catching un aged colored man who is sup posed to be one ofa number that have boon giving the farmers this trouble His name is George Reed Vand he is about 70 years old When arrested lie was coming through the C 0 Railroad yards with a sack of corn on Jiis back that is supposed to have come from the farm of John Green on rhe Ruckerville pike llEfnOCRATSSPEAK ATFORD FRIDAY cn James F Winn and Hon John v Mr Sievenson Talk to Large Crowd rHon James F IVinn and Hon John Mii spoke at FordI iYiday night in tlie interest of Kern and Davis T iry hnd a fine audience nnd their addi esses were received with mark ed attentiotr Each of these gentlemen ate toted for their forensic ibillty OUISVIILE IS AFTERV MEETING OF GOVERNORS VV tfiliscn en the Committee Which Will Decitb on Conference v VCity JIth r FRANKFORT Ky Oct 31 g 4uisvilhvfll be a bidder for the acting pf tiie Governors of the t Ktes of tIUfl1OU and it j1efttOi tJveinor Willsotr of Kentucky and overnor Swanson of Virginia to se tt a place for holding this confer CCSAS members of this committee cy will meet ill Washington shortly Her the electibn for the purpose of l cting three associates to act with 5V tiem and it is not improbable that iovernor Hams Governor HanfeV id Governor Patterson will be the Associates selected St Louis and Uicago are nlSo making a fight for this confe3rence5V I THE MARKETS I CAffrE STEADY AND- CALVES ARE HIGHER OINCPfXATI 0 30Re ceipts and shipments of live stock at the Cmeiiintiti Union Stockyards to layweteVVCattle Hogs Sheep IReeeipst 753 6408 895 Shipments 226 4007 Cattle Steady shippers V450 1550 butcher steers extra 485 gopd to choice f4l75 common to fair 3385 heifers extra 425 V450 good to choice 3355425l- eommonto fair 2325 cows ex Itra 37554 good to choice 3 common to fair 12S5 can ners 12 bulls steady bolognas 29053X50 extra 365 fat bulls 325375 milch cows steady to strong Calves Opened active strong to 25 higher extra S50 fair to good 7S25 common and large 45 775 Hogs Opened 510c lower good to i iarl packers and butchers 590 n6 i1ed pacierV 515590 tng 475 common to ehoiqe heavy1 fit t sows 375515 extra 525t light shippers 44055 pigs 110 s and less 325430 Sheeji Steady extra 365 375 tod to choice 3360 common to fair l25275VLambs Steady extra 540 550 god to choice 4S5535ii- ommon to fair 37475S CHICAGO MARKETSV CHICAGO Oct 30CattleRe1 ceit5 about 3500 Steady Beeves 3X5750 Texans 325450 westerners 3005S5j stockers and feeders 250525 cows and heifers 150 5525 j calves 600 ijpp HogsReceipts about 26000 5c to lOc lofer Light 500575 nixed 525600 heavy 5305 rough 530550 good to plaice heavy 550605 pigs 32q470 bulk of sales 545 585 SheepReceipts about 9000 Weak Natives 250470 western 250470 yea rliugs 450 510 lambs 4006ip western 4 0060OV OAMAGE REPORTS AGAIN HELP WHEAT CHICAGO Oct 30 Sensational epoyts of damage by frost to the +v gQntihe crop caused a shaip bulge n at prices on the local exchange lcdavN prices at the close being uP- YSC to cVRange of Futures The leading futures ranged as fbi ows VFIEATV Open High DeV 994100Vfny 1 03 1 04V8 July 97VS 98 VS Low Close Dec o 9954 1 00 dny 1 O31s 1 04 July 97T8 98 CORNOpen High Dec 63637sMay 63 6314 July vi 62 62 i Low Close- D 6331ecMay 627s 631s Jiilf u r 62 62 S WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Roller Mills Why not use home flourthe best made Kerr Perfection and White Pearl flour has no equal V1012ILv FISHBONE JN THROAY- ELTZABETHTOWN Kyj Oct 31 7Mi Rob rta Smith of Melrose thth county underwent a surgical ration on her throat for tonsilitis ThV physician discovered a fishbone an inch long whi h had been in her tbigat for twentyfour years Exhibition of Weakness An uncontrollable temper Is ever a sign of trengthJJ I BANk PRESIDENT DIES JTAGEpFlOYEft Mr Japies Bennett Passes to Rest at His Home in Rich mond jRICHMOND Oct 31Htfr James Bennett president of the Citizens National Banka prominent farmer and business man of this county died yesterday morning at his home here after a long illness in his seventieth year He was the second son of the late Samueland Eliz nhftb Chennult Bennett of this county He leaves a widow Mrs Sarah Clay Bennett second daughter of the late Cassias M Clay 06 Whitehall Ky and five children Paul Collins of Fairhaven Washington Mrs T J Smith Miss Helen and Warfield Bennett of this city and Mrs Ers kine Garland of Huntington W Va TEACHERS HOLD VERY- INTERESTING MEETING Division No Met Friday After noon at Ford Were Wei Entertained The teachers of Division No tmet Friday with the Ford Graded School Q A Tanner president I M HubTjard vice president and Miss Rosa Couchman seerthrFyVAt ten oclock the meeting was called to order by President C A Tanner Devotional exercises were Jot dtctca by Rev Mr Bell pastor of the Ford Presbyterian Church All the teachers of the division were nresent all were on the prog ram and responded heartily to their calls This WAS the last meeting of tin eason and is reported one of the bestVpfJ K Taylor delivered an interesting address on The Evil Effects of Cigarettes The teachers of this division extend their hearyt thanks to Prof J VI Hubbard Mrs J M Hubbard and Irs Sara WaIler the teaching force f Ford and their patrons for the ielightful lunch spread before them The Ford Graded School was the irst Graded School established out ide of Winchester and they have been very fortunatein securing good wok from their teachers The edu cational board of Ford deserve much credit for securing such effective teachers REGISTRATION AT CITY OF OWENSBORO OWENSBORO Ky Oct 31The registration returns shows that the Democrats have the lead of thirty three majority over all of the other parties have 388 more votes regis tered than the Republicans The outlook for the Democrats to carry OwensDoro at the next election is better than was ever known before The registration returns shows the following Democratic Votes 1932 Republican votes 1544 noncommittal votes 334 and 21 Prohibitionist votes SPENDS WEEK AT BEREA BEREA Ky Oct 31rhe Rev Wilbert L Anderson D Dof Amherst Mass author of The Country Town has just spent a week at Berea College Ky studying conditions in the Southern mountains and ha given three important addresses to the faculty and students on the Betterment of Rural Life BATH COUNTY DWELLING BURNED CAUSING 2500 LOSS OWINGSYILLE Ky0ct 31 Sam Shultzs house near Olympian Springs with all his household goods was destroyed by fire The loss is 2500 with no insurance FARMERS ARE BUYING CORN WILLIAMSTOWN Ky Oct 31 Farmers of Grant county are buying corn in the Blue Grass counties by the car load for feed the drouth hav ing ruined the crop in Qrant SURRENDERS HIMSELFI George Taylor the negro who broke loose from officer Tanner a few days ago while being brought to jail surrendered himself Saturday morning before daylight to jailer Hart MRS WILLIAM ASTJDR DIES NEW YORK Oct 3LMrs WO liam Astor whohas been seriously ill with hart trouble for some time past died at her residence on Fifth avenue tonight HIGKT RIDERS BURN PROPERTY IN BATH I Mr Jacob MClure Loses Store and Tobacco Barn Worth 12000 OWINGSVTLLE Ky Oct 31A generalmerchandise store and tobacco barn of Mr Jacob McClure was burned at Sherburne this coun ty Thursday night by night riders Bloodhounds were brought from Lex ington and put on the trail The sheriff and posse left yesterday morning for the sTTene and every ef fort will be made to capture the in cendiaries Mr McClure had sent a niece who was making her home with him to the Reform School last spring and feeling has sincebeen very bitter against him in that neighbor hood Mr McClure had received several notices signed Night Rid ers stating that he had too much property at stake to meddle in other business The loss was 12000 with no insurance WHITMORE fREED By Jury of Charge of Having Mur dered His Wfe Jersey City N JOt 31After being out two hours the jury In the case of Theodore Whitmore on trial for the murder of his wife whose battered body was found on Dec 26 of last year in a swamp near Harri Eon N J returned a verdict of not guiltyWhitmores defenre wcs an alibi which he was able to estblish by the testimony of a number of wit nesses who testified to having seen him in New York at the time of the commission of the crime in New JerseySWhitmore was much affected by the verdict As the reman of the jury made known the decisisn ar rived at he threw his arms around his attorney and effusively kissed himVFive Operators Suspended Cincinnati 0 Oct 31As a result of the investigation of charges against the Western Union by the Chicago board of trade that market quotations had been permitted to leak to uckeshops five trusted employes of the Cincinnati Western Union office wero absent from their accustomed desks having been sus pended pending investigation The chief operator chief lineman chief clerk in the superintendents office head atire ticker department and head switchboard operator were drop ped Of these two are nephews of Superintendent Miller No positive statement could be obtained on the matter but Superintendent Miller ad mitted the suspensions explaining that it was known that there was a leak somewhere and that it was pro posed to locate it and punish any guilty persons e Mrs Aster Dies New York Oct 3LMrs William Astor who for 30 years has been re garded as the social leader of New York died of heart disease at her home in Fifth avenue For nearly four weeks Mrs Astor who was 82 years old had been in critical condition owing to the return of a heart affection that had given per trouble for years There is not a name in the social register that is soV well known from one end of the land to the other as that of Mrs Astor De spite her advancing years Mrs Astor continued to hold her social domination up to a year ago when failing health compelled her to retire into comparative seclusion Latest Abruzzi Gossip Naples Oct 31The latest sensa tion to be reported concerning the Duke of the Abruzzi and Miss Kath erine Elkins is that the couple will marry privately and unknown to the public in order to escape the curiosity of the crowd 1 hen after the oc currence they will announce the fact officially giving at the same time the date of their union It is reported also that the duke and his wife will land at Naples on their arrival from America and for a short time will be the guests of the dukes brother and wife the Duke and Duchess of Aosta Railroad to Spend Million Baltimore Oct 31The Western Maryland railroad has arranged to spend within the next few months 1250000 on new equipment Already the company has asked builders to submit bids for furnishing 500 steel gondola hopper cars 10 consolidated freight locomotives three switch locomotives and 10 caboose cars Horse Sale Ends Lexington Ky Oct 31 The dis posal sale of the McGrathiana stock farm ended with over 300 horses sold for nearly 80000 Irvine G Wheat croft of the St James stable of Victoria B C secured about 50 head and wilL use them In his breeding plantVCity Need Not Fear Earthquake Geologists say that New York city Is as unlikely to be disturbed by an earthquake as any place onthe globe It is possible that the east end of Long Island or the sandy shore of New Jer sey may some time slip Into the Atlantic ocean but the rock foundations of the city are likely to stand until the final wreck of matter and the cragh nf wnrWti VVt r 1I AUDITORIUM HALLO WE EN- MASQUERADE Saturday Night OCTOBER 31st Prize for most graceful skater and best nwFqued couple now on exhibition in Baldwin Bros window Uiiitiue costume S5 skate book most comical umkenpS5 skate book Seven Lap Race- Betwee- nMon1eyand Coon CHILDRENS Masquerade Saturday Afternoon from 2 to 5p m S5Rkate book for best masqued girl under 15 for best inns quod boy So skate book Election Returns at Rink Tuesday Night Nov 3rd Skating Until 10 p m Returns until 1 p 111VS Admission 2Sc Skates Free Election ReturnsATT- HEOera House- Tuesday ON Night from 8 Oc lock until the result is knoYii the nianaenieut will give full election returns There will be a direct wire on the stage with an expert operator in charge Admission 25c Gallery lOc El1P HAMPTON Prelenl1F1 CURTIS Cauir THE Clark County National Bani MAIN STREET Wlebeat1f leDtuak Capital 200000Surplus lOO OOO Undtv1dedProfit30O0 JWOrganiied 1865 being the oldest Bank it the city Coiicjtlouh math nil u4 youi at count nl fq1tdVBRUCE REYNOLDS VIOLINIST Teacher of Stringed Instru ments Director Studio Banking T rust Bldg Lexington Studio Kentucky Woslcyqn College GOOD DAY TO CELEBRATE COLOR Oct 31The acting chairman of the Isthmian Canal Commission has issued a circular making Tuesday November 3 the anniversary of the Republics jude pelldencea public holiday Special are in Americans to- hl in thp festivities TRAIN SCHEDTJLEI 1 Passenger trains leave Winchestar ai followsVSO O EAST BOUND No 26 Daily Er Sunday 842 a m mNoNo 24 Daily 9 25 p m C O WEST BOUXD No 27 Daily Ex Sunday 622 a m mN025No 23 Daily 438 pm LNSourruBouxn No 29 Daily Ex Sunday 8 55 a m No 33 Daily 11 59 a m- No9 Daily Ex Sunday 6 27 p in No 31 Daily1109 p m L N NORTH BOUND No 34 Daily 448 a m No 10 Daily Ex Sunday 713 a m No 32 Daily 250 p m No 28 Daily jEx Sunday 438 p m L E EAST BOUND No2 Daily Ex Sunday 3 05 m No 4 Daily Si3a m L E WEST BOUND No1 Daily Ex Sunday 912 n m No 3Daily 20pm lexington Eastern Ry Go Time Card In Effect June 21 UOS nBASTLv i i tpxuWlnchestprL E Junction32C- lay City3o 9tBtanton SS8- Caraptou Junction 4ii j fo Natural Bridge 43F r Torrent h 47 Befittyville Junction Sjo- Athol 7 pV5M7 O K Junction G0r- AI r Jackson 10 NJ 1N 05 uuWEST xLvO K JunctionIh 225 705 7OBeattyville j5NaturalCampton Junction 7tn 357 828 MClayti84wincbesurAr Lexington 9RS 10 io5 THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY L E Junction Trains Nod and 3 will make connection with the C O Ry for Mt Sterling Campton Junction Trains Nos 12 3 and will connect with the Mountain Central Ry for KyBeattyville adi will forBsatyvilleO K Junction Trains Nos 3 and 4 will conaecI5with the 0 K Railway for annel City Ky aud way stations J R BARR General Manager TJHA8 SCOTT G P A i7tf PROFESSIONAL CARDS JOUETT L JOUETT Attorneys At Law Winchester Ky J M STEVZISON Attorney At Law 60 S Main S WinchesterKy BECKNER BECKNER Attorneys At Law Winchester Ky PENDLETON EUcH BUSH Attorneys At Lay 6D S Main St Winches Ky DR W C WORTilNGTON Office hours 10 to 12a mj 2t6 3V p m and 7 to 8 p IllrNew phone 432 Residence 633 51 N Main StWinchester Kr Now IsjItKe Time As this isan off year we are not over run with work Although we are able to furnish our help 10 hours work a day every day in the week We wish you would bring your work to us now while we can easily take care of it at less cost to ourselves and customers Do not wait until tines get goodand we are very busy for then you will have to pay more and wait longer for your work The above is especially directed to the Agriculturalist and applicable to Manufacturers who are waiting forthe good times that are sure to come soon after the holidays I Do not put it off because it is small We donot like small jobs when we are busy You know how that is yourself Remember you do not have to go to Cincinnati or Louisville for Drawings Blue Prints or Specific tions Wood or Metal Patterns Gray Iron Steel SemiSteel Brass Bronze Alluminum and White Metal Castings We are agents for Structural Steel of all hpexVand sizes I I CqVF Gc0RNELLI ft Genl Manrtef I I