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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r c Z1 r li = J jt I L TME1Il Sf tf liW rctsi DaIy- c 71iI I Ct 1 1 I I 1 I vc 1 NO 31I WINCHESTER KY MONDAY j ll r19O I ii CENTS A COPY II CENTS A WEEI iii MAIL SACK FROM THE L FOUND RIFLED f Roefs Stole Pouch Either in From to the Depot or at the1llepotNo letters Were in Sack J I Sunday morning a young man by the najne of flickerson le port ithat he had fouud a rifled xnailysack near the L Nrail road about one mile north of the city When the information reached the ppsfeoffice Mr Hunt Perry went to the place indicated by the re Uport The leather strap that closes the sack was cut the sack open and the mail scattered around v Spine ofvthe letters were opened but whether any letters with money in them were gotten is not known There were no registered SERVICES TO CONTINUE PRE ENT WEEK 0r JW Porter of Lexington toI Preach at First Baptist Mon t V day Night ii fThere was a large crowd at the First Sunday morn ing and migljt Dr Porter the 1asJ tor preaChed at night and there were three additions td the church There was good attendance at the meet I ing Monday with two additions Dr Porter of Lexington will preach Monday night at 730 and r every morning at 10 30 during the week and every ey uipgat 730 Mr Weston and Mr Rash of Lexj i3gton will be in attendance to as sist in the singing a WO K 18RESUMEDO1Lr r FRATERNITY BUILDING tLTerra Cotta Arrived Saturday Large Force is r Started MondayImmediatelyI IThe terra cotta that the workmen on the Knights Pythias and Masonic fraternity building have been wait ing on for some time arrived Satur day and work on the bliildino has- been resumed A full force of workmen was put on Monday morning and work on wiHibe pushed as rapidly as possi ble This building when completed will be one of the finest offic and lodge roombuildings in the State and one thatSvill be a credit to any city iJWvVERDICT IN BALL CASE Jov 16A 1Jhungjui resulted Ip the Ballseizure the Federal Court hereSat h nrday afternoon after which court adjourne for this term i Ben Curtis Lary has accepted a 2 position with the Hagan G llne Eng Company at Macon Georgia and left this morning for that city LCt I C i it43r4 J 1i 7fIfj LAIt CIULATION 1ND CL COUNTY v e JjJt 0 jr 4 4r ry r f TllEINCllES ENEWSe NOVEMBER ILOCA- LPOSIOFFICE lr Transit Postofiice Registered jEarlyi DURING BaptistCiiurch Rt3HjidND letters in the poucn The pouch was dispatched by the mail messenger from the Winchester postoffice at 7 t m Thursday It was northern majl that goes south on the L Nat 1109 and is transferred to the north bound train on the same road thafc passes here at 5 oclock a m The pouch was evidently stolen either in transit from the postoffice to the depots or at the depot The matter has been taken up by the government offices and every effort will be made to find the guilty party or partie- sARROWSCAE FROM SERIOUS ACCIDENT and Mrs Abe Renick Are Thrown From Bugov Horse Fright end and Starts to Run While rtuming to their home in the country late Saturday afternoon lr and Mrs Abe Keniek had a narrow escape from serious injuries by the horse they vsrere driving running offand upsetting the buggy in which they yel e riding The accident occurred on the Lexington pike only a short distance from town One of the shafts on the buggy became urihookejmid jjii excited the animal to running Miv Reniek who was doing the driving seeing that tjie horse was getting from under his control tried t ste hifu illto ienceandin o doing the buggy was upset Mrs Rollicks head struck a mail box and she was knocked unconscious and a deep gash was cut ovr her right eye Mr R nick sustained a wretfehetrbaek and numerous bruises but neither his nor Mrs Renicks wounds are regarded as serious Mrs Renick was taken to the home of Mrs Ed Pace opposite the point Yjhere the accident occurred and Dr Ishmael was summoned and dressed her wounds She remained there all night being hurt too bad to be taken home She was removed to her home in the country Sunday afternoon- A telephone message from their home Monday morning stated that they were both resting easy and doing as well as could be xpectcd BEREA COLLEGE WINS FROM GEORGETOWN BEREA Ky Nov 16Bere Col lege defeated Georgetown College here Satlday 19 to 0 Scores were made by thre touchdowns and dropkick One man the quarterback for Georgetown was knocked opt v Forward passes were used a good deal with success The onside kick failed notably t Biggest gains were made by end runs U5 5 t1 Tf you expect a larger business this Fall t and Winterthanlastyear 1Jfvd expect to keep abreast ofyour competitors t3ks0 TbY 0 D I I THE WINCHESTER NEWS goes into more t iiomton the rural routes of Clark county than any other newspaper whether daily rorweekly THE WINCHESTER NEWS goes intoprac iJ tica11every hmelu Winchester J3 v i ot1Ls 0 Qoru b1 Ii t J t I t e- g 5 i ili eo INCORPORATED jJ j 1- K itJ j Jjgt1 I IxJji r iL if II- r7 z tl t PYR HT BY 4OT4NVPHQTQ c2rIP A COLLEGE PRESIDENT FFORTY YEARS Dr Gharlps William Eliot who has recently resigned ascpresIdent pi Harvard to effect next May will have been at the heads that institu tion for forty years a Iprtger period tbanbas been covered by any other American college preeident with the excePt of the famoukjMaKk ppkini of Williams BASEBALL MEETING lAii t eresteU In Wincfiestfeh Club Are Urged to AttendhMon day Night Tluiwill be a baseball meeting of those interested in the game at the county court room in the courthouse Monday night at730f All who Jiave subscribed for stock or who are m any way interested are urged to attend The replies so far received to the letters sent last week to 175 citizens have not been Very numerous The management says that there will have to be more responses or the matter of a club will have to be dropped Come out everybodyald help to boom the GOP MAJORITY ISI 47 ON THE ROLL CALL Membership of New House pi Repre sentatives is Republicans 219 Democrats 172 WASHINGTON Nov 16Tlw temporary roll call of the House of Representatives for the Sixty first Congress has been completed and published It presents a complete list of members of the new House asjshown by unofficial returns and gives the politics of then all According to this publication the next House will consist of 219 Republi cans and 172 Democrats a total of 391 as against a total of 389 in the House duiing the last session of whom 223 w reRepubilcans and 166 DemocratsThe is a net loss oiLJour from the Republican side and a net gain of six on the Democratic side the discrepancy being due to pres ent yacancies All told the Demo- Crat gained seventeen dishicts and the Republicans twelve Marriage Announcement j Mr William Hend rson ol the Ruckerville pike this county and Miss Lizzie Pox daughter bfMt and Mrs B C Fox of near Red Bridge this county will be married at the home cf the brides parents on- Thanksgiving day November 26 at 230 Rev Mr French will officiated All friends of both young people are- cordially invited ta attehti the cere fl30fl7 r i71t i i cTt t5i lr o ELEBRATI NG4IIS- GOLDENJUBILEE I PoITusX wa OrdajnedfPr1est- jrf Catholic Church 50 Yea sAg ROME Noy 16Fiity years of service to the T3atholic JChurch marked by this d thaiXe nQt crush ed out the gentleiiessand almost sim ple boyishness of Pope ps X who is today celebrating his goTdeh jubilee having been oidaiiiect priest half a century ago 7 Priesthood Bi hop c Cardinalate have each seemed to play their part in mellowing his life into gentleness that well befits the populate idea of his station Guiseppe Sarto born jn 1838 in a soldiers lowly family was educated at Treviso and Padna and spent his whole life until his elevation to the Papacy in Northern Italy The Ital ian Government objected to his ele vatidii to the Patriarchy of Venice in 1893 claiming the right to name the patriarch An argument ensued in which the Government yielded be cause of the extremelv satisfactory personality of Saito His modesty and simplicity won him the love of all Augusts 1903 after six fruitless ballots lie was elected Pope after fighting against the nomination on the ground that he desired tolead a simple life outside the walls of the priso like Vatican Even officials of the Italian Government have described Him not AS- a father to his church but as a friend to mankind SALOON CASES TO BE TRIED MONDAY NIGHT Remainder of Trials of Charges Bniughi By Pros Taylor of KentuckyWesleyan to Be Heard TliCTCmainder of the cases against the saloon men charged with selling liquor to a minor that werenot tried in police court last week will be tried Monday night These are the cases agairis the saloon men that were brought through Prof H K Taylor of Ken tucky Wesleyan College in which they are charged with selling to Roger Green a minor of Mt Sterling and a student at the college I rr i Mrs Matt Adams and her guest ilme Hiddinga of Washington Dow e entertained this afternoon by Mrs Kate dwjifdj of Lexinstoji flt0 iIhJ ii 4 JC f 1 ME WAN ISH OFFICIALLY DEAD Tro psGuard the Foreign Legations and Great Uprising tFeared FekingNov 16Tsze Hsi An the dowager empress of China the autocratic head of the government which she directed without successful interference since 1861 and without Protest since 1881 is dead The announcement of the dowager empress death was official and lowed closely upon the announcement that Kuang Hsu the emperor had died but it is believed that the deaths of both the emperor and the dowager empress occurred a considerable time before that set down in the official statements An edict just Issued places upon the throne Prince PuYi the 3year old son of Prince Chun the regent of the empire in accordance with a promise given by the dowager em press soon after the marriage of Prince Chun in 1903 An edict issud- on Friday made PuYl heir presump tive The foreign legations have been notified by the foreign boaid of the death of the emperor nd the succes sl nof Prince PuYi Troops have been in readiness for several days tof quell any disprders that might arise on the death of Kuang Hsu and the possibility of uprisinga was made greater because of the fact that the death of the dowager empress jwas known t6vbejelos at4hand Two di visions pltroops have been held In reserve and these 4rerow stationed in yariousquarters the city ttwen ty gendarmes were dispatched to guard the approaches to thelega tions but upt to the present the duties of the forqea have been slight It was announced that the legation guard was ordered out ai the special I can of the legations on account of the emperors death Deathbed observance of3000 years ago marked the passing of the emperor anriWdowagerEhey died alone and unattended although surrounded by circles of abject specta tors who remained a rod distant as on account of the sacred persons of their majesties they could not be ap proached The emperor died as lie had lived without ministration of whatever kind or scientific aid For months he had refused to permit the services cf foreign physicians and although it was stated that he had gone back to the old form of medical treatment it is believed that latterly he received no treatment at all Tse Hsi An or western empress was born Nov 17 1834 She was the child of poor people who lived in Peking At an early age following a common practice in China she was sold as a slave by her parents on ac count of their poverty She became the operty of a famous general who enchanted with her great beau ty adopted her and offered her as a present to the reigning emperor HsienFeng She so charmed the em peror by her looks and intelligence that he made her his secondary wife and on her bearing him a son the future emperor TungChih raised her to the first rank On his death she became the regent of the empire administering the national affairs with more vigor than any of her pre decessors Her authority was complete over about 14000 officials and over the welfare and lives of the vast majority of the inhabitants of China who number close tcf 270000000 Among the populace she was fear ed and hated principally because of her treatment of the emperor for whom the enlightened and the common people had a sympathetic liking She was commonly referred to by the sobriquet the old Buddha and her character in the eyes of the masses was that of the tyrant of ihe em peror She was a law unto herself She violated the constitution of the dynasty that forbids a woman ruler arid broke the sacred customs given by the sages She relentlessly or dered all betrothals and marriages in the imperial household family and imperial court and supervised scrub ulously the conduct of individuals Heney Continues to Improve San Franrisco Nov 16The con dition of Francis J Heney who was shot in the courtroom Friday by Mor ris Haas Is still most satisfactory and the attending surgeons report that he is making excellent progress on the road to recovery He passed a comfortable night sleeping most of the timeUnion Official Forced Out- Winnipeg Man Nov 16 On de mand of the executive committee of the Canadian Pacific Mechanics union Bell Hardy chairman resl n HQwing to dissatisfaction pt the men over the settlement of uihstrikr f few week aed fl rtl2 r jF t1- J J t 75j tH i r i If it J i I 4 iif ic ii1 WEAThER Fift FaIr IMIht tiesday Ris1 f ij mTemratitre I H EIGHT KILLED IN RACE RIO 14VjGbvernor Haskell Rushes Troo iftJ i 4 Seene Kegro ShootsAii1 v Officer r ft16ElghtIpersons wOre killed and ten other i wounded in afight between Jimf Deckard a negro desperado and lw officersjThe dead Edgar Robinson sheriff V- of OkmuIgee county Henry Klaber Assistant chief of police of Okmtii7 gee two negroes named Chapman brothers Jim Deckard negro href Unidentified negroes The wounded Steve Grayson ifoV dian boy fatally beaten Vic Fare chief of police shot through snoulr der deputy sheriff name not learn ed arm broken seven others sligKt iiy wounded The disturbance began at the StLouis San Francisco railroad stz 1 tion wld JIm Deckard engage a fight with an Indian boy GraysoI and beat bility with a rock Frlendi1itGra son notified the police anifwheD ittsvi j U liceman Klaber went to the statioir f Deckard fled to Jbs house nearby barricaded himself in arid when His her iPformedJtuirried to the scene Part of tiiIJt 5 pos e was made Tip of a group ofc ratfgroes whom the sheriff1 commfifr signed as deputies As the posse ap preached the house Deckard open fire with a rifle firing as rapidly JMT4 be could load wk weapon Theher t lit fell first Instantly killed Then five ot the negro deputfc5 were plain Deckards house wav soon surrounded by a frenzied mObs of armed men Fire w as set to house just north of Deckards Vo leys were poured into Deckard peand he was shot down Bfwas seen to roll over on the ficorr sirjjce a match and set fire to hisojHl house which was soon a roaring fur nace in which his body was bakat Deckard evidently had a large quail tity of ammunition stored in h1ehouse for many cartridges exploded while the house was burning Governor Haskell at Guthriewasnor tilled of the battle and of the bats feeling between whites and negrpef that had grown out oflt and threat ened a race riot The governor T tonce ordered the militia tMuskogee to prepare to go to OkniaJ gee anda special train was made ready to carry the troops the goveiv nor remaining at biS office to keep is touch with the situation f MITCHELL MAY RUN X For Presidency of United Mine WorJc ers Against Tom Lewis Denver Colo Nov 16Nearly alt the delegates to the twenty eIght1i annual convention of the America Federation of Labor made an excuxv J sion to the mountains near Denver tL guests of local unions Frequent reP erence was made in conversation among the excursionists to the fact that it was the twentyseventh ann versary of the founding of the organ ization now comprising 1586885 l r members of which Samuel Gompj thas been president 26 years f One of the expected controversial of the convention has been averted by the announcement of Presideilfr Thomas L Lewis of the United MIne Workers of America that he was notr a candidate for the vice of the federation in opposltiontCI John Mitchell It is understood tHat Mr Mitchell will run against Lewi for the presidency of the mine work ers from which he retired a year ap o account of poor health Dies In Church Pew Wob urn Mass Nov 16 Edwarfc D Hayden vice president and secretary of the Boston Albany railroad and a member of the Fortyninth Ante Fiftieth sessions two congresaeir died of apoplexy in Ills pew atthFJ Woburn Unitarian church f i r V Haas Commits Suicide San Francisco Nov 16 Maurice Haas who attempted to assassinate Francis J Heney committed suicIde by shooting iimself through the mid r die of the forehead with a pistol which he had concealed about hit person J Kills Woman and Self Dayton 0 Nov 16Chester gevIhart 50 shot and killed Mr Marl Costellb 45 at her home and thea s killed himself Jealousy promptei the sbootlngS Aged Man Falls Deadu 4 Hamilton 0 Nov 16WhIle lc ad lug hay at Venice Andrew Joyce 7f i carpenter suddenly fell dead Ape v plexy Is supposed to havbeen UMP IIifeuse iJ fj t 4tii e ct i4w i t 6rP4J j f trc ii I r i I r 1T f L of J 0 4s R tJ 4j i1 b h j t WrT IIlll d Vv h r 7 111 td r t ft INT BrUlIIIYtl I 5t SMUG GLERS pt0 1l ft IJ I i iJ j UH Ef i rji Brewed it Biffili0r I fa Healo N Y Nov 1Aj 5Mptcoitidnltls ten Chinamen I h 4feM white men was wrecked on t taMkwall off the foot of t jffcreet Six of the Chinamen f jitemucd or dashed to death nifce rockribbed seawall The survivors were rescued by the jft s police boat The three me escaped and the federal Jtlee and local detective force c ring the city endeavoring td up men suspected of being fUjTl in the smuggling of Chin tate this country from Canada f it first it was supposed the lien perished but from one of l arriving Chinamen it was that they succeeded in s mopes the slippery rocks and Jearlng the Chinamen to their Ifke statement of an elevator r jMUt that a second motor boat r flMKinore side of the breakwall Mote dawn Isa clue upon which t 4Mt2iorities are now working a match may lead to arrests Dean Crane Retires tthaca N Y Nov IT Hwwnas Frederick Crane ofhe 4MH niversity faculty who has aMftnected with the university Hllirtyone years resigned his gp4 his resignation was accepted iJk board of trustees It will take ijitt at the end of the academic Er t Cincinnati Wins at Havana Havana Nov i LThe UJfaeTiaal League bUM ball tee first of ft series t12 gaae 4e eiv tea is by a acare st a w L THE MEAT Of IT I anarr deecrtatvat awarde riot tar the bulldlag of the rjfJUtah to the New York 4MUteg Cenpaay ef Caniea N ileaefk BIiho secretary of e ri ef areitratiea fa ia Tele4o 900 ettle the strike of SI girls Reliable lauairy rHMCrei Pasloir was suftocate4 JM River Mass by stumbling HMiiag his derby hat 4owa over Tae hearing of the Htfwlt agaiast the pewter ari ilteta pcHJtpoaed until December L 9eaa L Bushnell of Springfield i ome of kmen behind Ute ejMMit to organize an Jhfrse show association MORE PIPE LINES fie Crying Need of Western fIFields New York Nov iLThat C the practice of rebate giving eking as between the railroads 9Pfl shippers has made the fjKont and successful operation of Dependent refineries in the il fields practicable was the tion of William Geiser a Kansas producer a witness in the hearing J the governments suit to dissolve Standard Oil Company Other witnesses who gave stony agreed that the crying need the field was for new pipe lines construction of which they declar HWas prevented by federal regulation Not Andrees Grave Stockholm Nov 11Not all experts here believu the report the grave of Professor S A tae Swedish explorer who in jaade an attempt to reach the 3 ole in a balloon has been found the coast of Labrador Profe Jfanthorst and Captain Nilsson best known Arctic authorities J they did not think it possible that rjfrees fcrador balloon could have reached L r j THEATRE DESTROYED Within Hour After Large Had Been Dismissed New York Nov 3v Less than hoar after a largp audience had ike Park theatre a historic Broo jplayhbuse fire was discovered and fur later the building was in Mrs Mary Spooner head of tJt Jfpooner Stock Company which fining an engagement at the fond several members of the J dress in their dressing rooms and aryqtafice but they escaped without The loss will be about erered by insurance Th bull r erected in 1860 Fewer Bachelors Less omforti It is a curious thing that we are ways worrying bachelors to cha t ijsilieir state What we should do gut them heaven alone knows dfort would be at a discount and should be crying aloud for them in t viime Ladles Pictorial t To Make and Keep Friends iY To make and keep friends Is peat art of life yet the easiest tr simplest thing in the world If learn to ignore the thin film of rersity In training station i aad afro and go straight to theh I aiour fellow ir enwe are snre oi I tlaba cordial r sponse i J l L i o t jMt Ii tJ l Jt j rir 1 y rji1JYxr ti i f r fmiGut ISfNfiIn Pent stwnt en Bwe lewy Keeifnatfen Berlin Net iHCaaneener yoft 1li iorrasi tsehieadsareap i tke polltieal sttuatt that It the chan CeIkorJlllonl4reUreafterhtl audience l7wttJaEmperOrWUUam ty was not williag to concur to the declaration made ia the Reichstag by the chaneeller on Tuesday that it waS essential that the emperor be more reserved ia his utterances ia the fu tare Prince Yon Buelow has taken up tke position that he represents the entire people on this question and that because of this he is bound to interpret the national will to the sov ereign standing or falling by his de cisionThere Is excellent authority for the statement that the rumors of the chancellors immediate resignation circulating m Berlin and abroad together with the use of the names of certain men as his possible successor are connected with the intrigues against the prince apd in the interests of his rivals for his position Dollivar Denies Rumor Lawton Okla Nov 11I never have announced that I expect soon to resign as senator from Iowa and I do not Intend tc make such an an nouncement said Senator J P Dol tstatementspeech at Hobar- tBRAMLEY REFUSES TO IDENTIFY CHECK Columbus Grail Cases Deyelo- pInterestlnl Features Cc4umbttiV CV NOT JrM F Bramley president of the Cleveland aevrieral indict sleats for bribing city offi cials aad who with Superintendents Nelsoa Cannon and Henry C Lang of the paring cempcay was regarded as a leading witness for the state FrAALiedacceptingthough substantiating testimony giv en by Cannon previously regard ing conferences he had held with Lied here when Cannon said Bramley arranged to bribe the former official Bramley refused to answer questions concerning conversations or anything that passed between himself and Lied He said he declined because his an swers might tend to incriminate him Using his constitutional privilege he refused to identify a check or his eq dorsement thereof for 2000 which Cannon had testified had been cashed after Bramley had turned it over to Lang and half the proceeds given to Lied and the remainder to Fred Im mel Lieds colleague on the service board now serving a term in the pen itentiary for taking a bribe Oannon said Superintendent Lang of the company had given Lied his share and on the stand Lang admitted it but declared he didnt know the money was given as a bribe Lawyers for the defense secured a statement from Lang that he didnt know it was wrong to lie but later the prosecution brought out an ex planation from Lang that he referred to conflicting pleas he had entered some months ago to bribery charges First he pleaded not guilty then reversed the plea and was fined REPUBLICAN ELECTED To Congress in Spite of Protest That He is Plain Business Man New York Nov 1tA Republican who was elected to congress In North Carolina ana who bemoans the fact Is In New York He is John Motley Morehead a welltodo woolen mill operator who reluctantly accepted the nomination refused to campaign and did not expect to win but when the votes were counted had defeated Aubrey Brooks the Democratic can didate by more than 400 votes In the fifth district The unwilling statesman is now on his way To Washington to obtain a residence for himself and family still persisting that he is a business man and ig norant of politics t Suicide Burned Up His Hoard Helena Mont Nov 12 Albert Berger a former Alaska miner just before committing suicide at Canyon Ferry tbrew2OOO In postomce money orders payable to himself in the stove declaring the money was in the hands of the government and no one would quarrel over it after he was dead Explosion Wrecks Train Kansas City Nov IV A terrific explosion in the glazing room of the Excelsior Powder company at Bod son 10 miles south of Kansas City wrecked that part of the plant and damaged a Kansas City Southern passenger train inbound for Kansas City and standing on the tracks nearby One person was killed a man employed in the powder works and 35 persons were injured Most of the injured were on the train which was not badly damaged Their hurts with the exception of one person are con sidered slight Soon after the explo siqn Arrangements were made to bring the dead and injured into Kan SGlC V M t i Z r v lt a JCr 1Lr I 1 l r f J ri 1 SlATf dSAib dl Wife lylienee F eenteeJ lit Trtel ef kJR ti L Pte l i KW 1Re aMte fe wen vatlsAef yrtk ifce evidence- whlcb WM ffeeeated for tke pirpeas ef proving that the four be iee re mewed trait the rWna of thefKnaeee lkrsbellePermUte4thecqiQner jury dad later informed the jurors that they s oald disregard the verdict as being proof of the death of Mrt Gnnnjees the proseeatlon ls getting before the jury the evidence eon tamed In the report end upon which Coroner Mack based his conclusion and verdict that the adult female body was that ofrMrs Belle Gunness and the Hp smaller bcx1eswete those of her three children The exhibits of the day included the rings taken from the fingers of Mrs Gunness and the children a piece of cloth found clenches in the hand of one of the children three pieces of bone identified by Coroner Mack Sheriff Smutzer and Drs Long Wilcox and Gray and photographs of the scenes of the burned house and the bodies Knights of Labor Elect Washington Nov 1 The closing session Qf the general assembly of the Knights of Labor was keld and officers elected as follows John W Hayes general master workman Washington D C I H Sanderson general worthy foreman Toronto Canada I D Chamberlain general secretarytreasurer Pueblo Colo I B Armstrong Lynn Mass Prank J McGuire and Aj Zoller of Newark N 4Jmember of the executive board The next meeting of the assembly will be held in St Louis Mo In 1910 METCALF RESIGNS AS HEAD OF NAVY- PsirHutmBedsrsCsntIaunci bHMM t frr Washington Ker 3 EwMetcaSf has tendered to President Roosevelt his resignation as ecretary of the navy Vend the same has been accepted with great reluctance by the presidentFor than a year the fact that Mr Metcalf has suffered serious Illness has been well known at the navy department Formerly of vigor ous health his friends expected that he would be able to regain his strength but constantly recurring illness has convinced him that the only course for him to pursue Is to sever his connection with al i active work Mr Metcalf has suffered from a nervous breakdown that has rendered it impossible for him to remain at his desk for any length of time and the chronic nature of his trouble has caused him to abandon hope of Jec ery while burdened with the cares of office On April 15 last he went to Cal ifornia to view the Atlantic battleship fleet He took a long vaca tion hoping to be permanently bene fitted thereby returning here Septem ber 1 Upon his resumption of official duty his illness promptly recurred and he frankly told the president that he could not remain in the cabinet COLLEGE ATHLETICS Severely Scored by President Ellis of Ohio University Columbus 0 Nov 1 College athletics as now carried on came in for criticism by Dr Alston Ellis pres ident of the Ohio university at Athens in his annual report which has reached Governor Harris Flag rushes hazing and similar college pastimes are classed as fooleries with the declaration that they would not be mentioned in the report if it were not for the fact that they are attracting such widespread attention and criticism Relative to athletics Dr Ellis writes The whole thing is becoming too expensive too timewasting and too strenuous for the physical wellbeing of those who participate in the games or contests There are yet people old fashioned enough to question whether all the good football has done is of the value of one hu man life The whole athletic effort in college us I see It Is a kind of necessary evil The one redeeming feature is that they may act as a kind of escape valve for a certain amount of animal activity that might be employed in more questionable directions Manhood is shamed and de cency outraged when college students with such splendid opportunities en gage in the dangers and barbarities of the class rush Manly sport never descends to outrage upon the weak and unsuspecting Dr Ellis approves the move to drive fraternities from the high schools and in fact all schools below sbe college and university moth Coopers Indicted Nashville Tenn Nov 1 The grand jury of Davidson county returned a true bill in which Colonel Duncan po Cooper his son Robin J Cooper and exSheriff John D Sharp are jointly charged with the murder of exSenator E W Carmack and in which Sharp is also indicted on the charge of being an accessory before the fact The names of six witnesses aDDear on the back of the indictment f it- M c t 7 L 1t p A l v r w f 5r f j i J 0b f P r j o t I 0 I i I J III tii kr lLrl I JolJPRINrfNG 1 II r i cy L I r Qur Plantis equipped with the latest fay ir J 4 ditties toj turn dfytthebestdffob Work 1 J Our Business has increased materially vk in hipast mourn It is growing Peoplerwho never patronized this office be Jore are bringing their work her- eNothing V V Is Too Large for us to handle Nothing is too small topre c vent our giving it thevery best of attention We Have the Best Plant in Eastern l Kentucky All work is carefully taken care of andJobsare turned out i of ibis office the day they are prom t J Wised There is no irritating delay We Are Also Prepared to handle Book Work Pamphlets Circulars Folders and all kinds of bound and folded work lawyers Briefs can be set as expeditiously and cheaply as in any patt- i of Kentucky I j AllVe AsK from any one is a single trial If we do not satisfy you wC will not Urge you to come again r T THE- VVINCHESTER I NEWS COINC- ORPORATED S Main St = Winchester f t 1 lLFffEI PRINTEV roI Z if i iji 5 1 r ii J OP1- 4 f I 11- t 1n a H rl- d i 1 4Ij r L j I t 1 J J t r 1 t j 1 4 rftr Jifj iv i h rj CJ o 9 Jdt i Y 1 I Yt i if f ilr tr fti jt If ff h jr 7-r 1 y r jJ l ipt4 41 i 4 y i 1 f1 ii 1r f JW Y THE WIUCHESTEK HEWS i t Ut v ibia o T1Sells HiEh Only 72000 Pounds Sold Prices Range From II to 29 Cents df On Break L LEXINGTON Ky fc Ton price were received for tobacsqLd- atfthp various warehouses in this city yesterday morning The top price paid by the Blue Gr ssTobaccq Company of this city for a lot of tobaccp sold at the Bur UejjLobse Tobacco warehouse They Tpaijd 29 cents a pound for one lot of tobacco At this house 17000 pounds of the raw material was sold at prices ranging from 113a to 29 cents a pound with an averag of r 1812 cents At the Growers Warehouse the prices wjere almost as good on the 45000 pounds sold Here the top price was 25 cents a poundand the lowest price was 12 cents Th I average was lih cents while at Shelburnes Warehouse 10000 pounds were sold at an average of 17 cents a pound The bidding was spirited and from the way prices soared it was plain to be seen that buying agents had be iristrifcted By their various managers to get all the product possi ble Where scraps would formerly have sold from 4 to 712 cents they brought from 11 to 14 cents and in each grade there was a comparative v jump in prices rnlike the sales of last fall and winter and the year before the of ferings of the weed offered at the three houses being only 72000 NEW PARTY RULES i OF THE DEMOCRATS t EirsfElection of Precinct Committee y vmentoBe I Held November P twentyFirst I Saturday November 21 commit tlemen from every precinct in the ytriespective precincts and a Complete reorganization by counties made At the ast Democratic State Con vention held in Lexington last June 5Sew rules regarding the election of committ emen1iver ado ted and the elections of next weekwill be held under these rules thus giving every voter a voice in the matter The State Central Committee desire that all shall know the method by which the co committeemen must be elected The rules pertaining to the election are given herewith Precinct Committee How Select edIn the voting precincts ofall counties there shall be elected by the Democratic voters in such precincts a committee ofone member who shall constitute the precinet commit teeman of such precinct In all State district legislative or county mass conventions the proceeding and election of committeemen shall be null and void if the chairman of said mass convention refuses to give tell e sand have a count of the vote of those Democrats present if said re quest for tellers is madeand the refusalof said chairman to give tell Vrs and a count the chairman so re A jEusing shall be removed from his of Jce by the State central committee man upon proper proof is made to hint When Elected or Appointed Said precinct committeemen shall be elected on the third Saturday in No vember 1908 and shall be residents of their respective precincts The Democrats of this State shall meet at tneir various voting precincts at the hour of 2 oclock p mandpro seed to the election of a committeeman to serve until his successor shall be elected by order ofa succeeding State Convention The retiring jre cinct committeemen shall call their respective precinct massmeetings to order and shall preside until the jnassmeeting shall elect a chairman Where there is a vacancy in the oj t Lee ofi precinct committeeman the chairman of the county committee shall designate some qualified Demo Norat living in the precinct to call said ineetirig to order and preside until the election of a chairman Meeting Organization Removal of Chairman or SecretaryOn the Monday following such election such precinct committeemen shall meet at their respective county seats j in counties having more than one legis lative district they shall meet at some convenient place in their said legislative districts to be designated by the respective county or legislative district chairman then in office whq shali preside and organize by elect 1 ing a chairman and secretary to i said county or legislativQ district Committee who may or may not be ji a member of said committee 11n counties cities of the first class these me liDgsnQaIt other ikttings of the precyict committee L t i t ft jf J v 7 r men in the legislative aietmbracniiffnlt part of the county Outside thecity shall Ibe hel l at the county court house oraf some con venieht place designated by the chair raanman of the legislative district comimttee of which due notice shall be given s The Wtrship Sf Sermsnti The small town of Werda in thor kingdom of p homey Is celebrated fpr Its temple of serpents a long building in which the priests keep upward of a thousand serpents of all sizes which they feed with the birds cud frogs Brought to them as offerings by the natives These serpents many qf them of enormous size may be seen hanging from the beams across the ceiling with their heads pointing downward and in all sorts of strange contortions The priestn make the small serpents go through varJous evolutions by ligbtlj touching them with a rod but they do not venture to touch the largest ones Rome of wh lob arc large enough to iu fold a bullock in their coIls It ofteu happens that some of the p serpents make their way out of 11w temple Into the town and the priest have the greatest difficulty In coaxing them back To kill a serpent intention ally Is a crime punished with death and if a European were to kill one tho authority of thy king himself wouW scarcely suffice to save his life Anyone killing a serpent unintentionally must inform the priest of what has occurred and go through the course of purification which takes place once v year Artificial Limbs A manufacturer or dealer in artl ficial Climbs who wears a cork arm or leg himself is much better equipped foi business than his competitors who arc sounds ld a man woo uses a cork leg In fact it has become a sort of unwritten law among us to patronize such men when possible Sentimental reasons may have something to dQ with the case bt I guess the chief reason is that we consider that if a man can make a limb for himself that fits like the paper on the wall he can make it for others Manufacturers of art ficial limbs know this and frequently you will find an advertisement likf this The Soandso artificial leg is built by a man who IB wearing one and who knows from experience what you want for comfort This Is a strong argument for its no easy thing to get an artificial limb that just fits Per sons who have trouble getting shoe that are just right are in great luck compared to usNew York Sun An Admirals Stories One of the English admirals has a choice collection of stories at the et pense of laymen placed In office at the admiralty asa consequence of n turn of the political wheel Of one lord of the a dm i raits he told a delighted house of commons how receiving a report of disaster to a ship couched in technical phrase he wrote a reply remonstrating with the officer for his use of bad Jan guage Another civilian lord looking over a chart and observing that one of his majestys ships homeward bound InChejonaway sailors were sheltering wanted to know why it could not call and re lieve them The admiral explained that the two inches on the chart meant a distance at sea of 4000 miles Lon don Strand Magazine Boones Portrait In OH There never was but one oil portrait antthatpaintedlitway Boones soninlaw where Boone was then living near the village of Marthasville in Warren county The Rev James E Welch one of the oldest Baptist preachers in the state and fa therof Aikman Welch attorney general of Missouri during Governor Gambles administration sat in Boones bed be hind Boone for him to lean against while Harding painted the picture the pioneer being too feeble to sit alone Hardings portrait of Boone now hangs In the state capitol at Frankfort Ky Kansas City Star The Glass Snake The slowworm is the snake which country people tell you has tne peculiar property of breaking itself into bits each piece afterward surviving The truth differs slightly from the legend The slowworm is a timid creature and when first captured tightens all its muscles thus reducing itself to a re markably rigid state in which condi tion it will no doubt snap like a dry twig but needless to say only the upper and vital portions survive the ordeal London Globe What the Jury Thought During a trial for assault ic Mel bourne a club a rail an ax handle n knife and a shotgun were exhibited as the instruments with whlc the deed was done It was also shoan that the assaulted man defended himself Wltb- a scythe a revolver a pitchfork a chisel a hand saw and a dog The jury decided that theyd bae given a sovereign apiece to have seen the fight A Dainty Combinatio You cant tell said unceto us you cant tell Feller I knw thats- a aesthetic artistknow wha he does He smokes chpwin terbac er inva pipe that made o rubber Honest bedo Au ha claims his health is fleiicutj Cleveland Leader Didnt Want Agony Prolonged Misgiiwiary Will you do md a favO- rCsJba1V1iat is Jt Mi ionary- w you gutS ready to eat BE I wish 1arranx it so that I can be k rather than a cturse din jt f 1 1 1I f i WK II TRADE Prosperity Week a New Foe to Mail Order Menace INDUSTRIESI Girl That May Be Applied to Any Town or Section With Lasting Bene fitMay Become General Did you ever hep of prosperity week3 Perhaps not for tis something new under the sun It Is an enterprise of November 1008 In outh era California but it might just as well be transported to and transplanted in our town or any town Some of the New England and other states have their old home week when former residents or expatriated natives gather at the old home and spend a week in revisiting familiar scenes and talking over the past with the well re membered oldest inhabitant who has been there since the big snow of 1S46 But that is merely sentimentalfine- and healthful sentiment to be sure but nothing more Prosperity week is fine sentiment plus something more substantial It is a practical proposi tion It fsn business proposition It means more money in the pockets of the old home folks who are still doing business at the old stand or at new stands In fact ft seems a general livening up of interest in the home place from the standpoint of trade Prosperity week as designed by itsi originator is a business booming week a home trading week It means much to the community concerned in the way of the patronizing of home indus tries and it means something to the mail order concerns of the big cities in the way of a falling off in patronage Prosperity week was invented by c young woman in Los Angeles When she suggested to the chamber of corn mereethat a week be set aside under that designation during which every body should make a particular effort to buy only home grown products and trade only with local merchants cut ting out mall orders altogether the bright idea was adopted promptly and the week beginning Nov 16 was 10I designated The result Wen imme diately the idea took hold and thosand of citizens entered with enihus urn into the project The plan Was advertised liberally in the home papers Committees were appointed tci work up interest Other committees were iamed to devise ways and mean sen1tlmentup tangible methods of Celebrating the week such as an exposition of home products so that everybody could see just what the localproducers and man ufacturers had to offer the buying pub lie the home people their friends and neighbors in their own community And Secretary Frank Wiggins of the Los Angeles chamber of commerce who has proved his ability in many states as a boomer for his city pronounced the girls proposition a ten million dollar idea declaring that prosperityweek would benefit home Industries by at least 10000000 Now why Is not this the genesis of a practical proposition that should take root in every community and result ultimately in defeating the dangerous growth and menace of the mail order business which Is choking the prosperity of thousands of small cities and towns and rural communities Prosperity week can be applied to any town this town included If so applied the result is quite likely to sur prise many of us It is safe to say that but a small percentage of citizens know just what goods are produced or manufactured in their own community By a concerted effort a tangible show big such as might be made during a prosperity week the producers and the consumers would be brought to gether The home products would be put right under the eyes and noses of the home consumers so to speak so that the gulf between buyer and seller would be wiped out Suppose your town should get up a weeks exhibition of home products The local merchants of course would be included in the displays with booths showing their special bargains for the week and for that matter all the year bargains The butcher the baker the candlestick maker all would find it profitable to participate In the display Down the treet may- e a man who makes ax handles su erior to the kind you buy outside of own but perhaps you are not aware hat he is making ax handles at all ut in the edge of town may be a can- Ing factory which Is putting up anned goods that beat anyyou buy broad From the smallest to the lar gest the manufacturers and the pro ducers and the merchants Would come li for their share of the showing and prosperity week should give the mall omer a twisted tentaclethe one that reaches out to grab your com munity by the neck and throttle It- tvlile your home enterprises would teI an injection of the elixir of life Vfho will start the prosperity week j lai for us here at home The Billboard Fight Pleasing progress in fighting tle billboard Is reported from all quarters Even from London Paris Berlin Honolulu and many foreign cities re portscome of new tIM more restrictive measures Every citj In the United States enacting pew rdlIaliceson the subject strikes a harder blow at these landscape blots In not a single in stance have we heard of a munlcipali ty ientins or allowing any to dictate an ordinance giving greater license to tie biUlo rd evUUofi Angeles Times i + F i f frji r t rJ P rr4 Y it i i LL r l THE MATCHMAKER Th fp Nothihf hat alrathr In This Capacity As a matchmaker there is nothlngto- excel the brother The role is not taken by him witting ly but lie fills it to perfection because of hislmiocent tfncolisclousness The girl with a brother is certain to meet his friends He brings them home from school when he is a young ster and the sister InA Jher superior way joins in their sports r Of course theidei that any one should fall in love with a sister of a boy never occurs to the boy himself Later in life he brings his fellow students home from college Then the sister is a young lady Still that any body should fall In love with her strikes the brother as absurd if it strikes him at all At last the truth dawns upon hiilland he resents it Suddenly he discovers that Tom Dickand Harry ale not good enough for his sister TlSeyre all right for chums you know sis he will explain but you dont want to marry any of them you know Why that hap Tom etc But the brother Is no longer an equa tion in the matter His part has been done There is not the slightest use of opposition from him for if It has any effect thigjs just the opposite from the intended effect The brotherless girl often has comparatively few chances of meeting eligibles She cannot figure the formalities that with the aid of a broth er are swept aside as though they did not exist She may have a scheming mother but a scheming mother Is not always a help for the eye of discernment de- crIes in her the scheming motherin law of the futur Nor Iff a girl who Is thrust forward as a candidate for matrimonyapt to be accepted at the valuation attached to her The bold girl too Is at a dlsadyan madeftooevidiety It is the girl with a brother or two who is unhahdicapped She does riot have to do any planning Everything is done forfier and all without connivance or even knowledge that it is being done perhnpser girls Apparently as attractive are passed by fThere really is no secret about itffiie bthrgfrlshad no brothers l t iHOMEMADEKNEEPS Protections Hailed by Buy Mothers With Much Dalijgh v SchooJboyd always weir out their stockings atrthe knees as every moth er kribwi and the invention of the sb called kneecaps was hailed by busy women with delight But somehow they n ver were very pretty and added nothing to the appearance of the child WiWould ItnoJt be a good idea to make them frQm tlie loth of the suits and tthen each pair could be worn with the clothes they match Of course more than onq pair for each suit would be necessary but there are so many pieces lefif over when the pattern is cut from the material pieces that seem of no good except to use for patches Surely if the unsightly pads merely looked like a ont1nuat1onof the dimin utive trousers the looks of the kiddie would not be impaired To make them fit a piece of cloth to the knee of the child interline it with chamois and bind all round with a bias piece of the material To fasten them in place sew two pieces of narrow elastic to each side and fasten them in each of the knees with a patent glove fastener There will then be no but tons to continually need sewing on and the child will be comfortable A NURSE SHOULD KNOW That orange juice with cracked Ice can often be taken by a patient who can retain nothing else That orange juice being laxative Is excellent in most sickrooms is sometimes even prescribed for typhoid fever patients That chocolate though nourishing often causes dyspepsia when the diges tion Is weak That the nervous patient should have eight or nine hours of sleep That sleep will be slow In coming if the sick person in allowed to have company just before bedtime or listens to readingThat never ask a sick person What can I do for you That dainty service often counts more than quality or variety in the in valids meals That the nurse should never save steps when the patients appetite is capricous A small portion often tempts where a larger one nauseates An extra trip to the kitchen is better than heaped up trays That a sickroom should never be made a thoroughfare or the gathering place for the family That sponging with alcohol and wa ter will reducefeter several degrees That having a patient hold her breath will often prevent a spasm of coughing That persons subject to rheumatism or weak heart should not take baths that are ice cold In Ironing Lace If you iron your Iac4 51 embroidered muslin on a fine board or table cov ered with several thicknesses of flan jael and no muslin over them they will look much nicer than if ironed in the lcc1vHaDd C 2i ff 4 f ti r Uf u uY ti r f WE HAVE THEMII L to t Hunting Contsr I H1Jj tf ShpiGuns vXJi Ammunition 7 M J Loading Tools x Vt c H tShot and Powder jt Puttee Leggins V Army DucK I Leggins HighTop Vater Proof Lace SHoes and Complete Assortment of Sporting Goods of all Kinds h I See Us Sportsmans Headquarters JJ GRUBBS a BENTON ON THECORNER I A You CannottArlhese Questions lWhy do you continue bathing your knees and elbows one at a time when you can stretch out in a full bath tem pered to suit you and can dbso every morning if youwisli 2Why pump and carry wat er for your kitchen and laun dry work when you can have it at hand for the turning ofa faucet SWhy take chances on drinking germfilled cistern water when you can get it from a large reservoir filtered through the best filter plant South ofthe Ohio River l ijyou JMM 25c i 4Wliy have a dismal looking yard youcan have with green arid blooming flowers andcah the same time rid of the dust tHe 5Why suffer incon veniences you can everything for the and of your right in the house 618 not trite that thean swer not lack of money hut lack of and enterprise and indifference most out of tS JI C F ATTERSALL Superintendent Winchester Water Works CoINCORPORATED At Maple Street and Lexington Evenue will tell you all it Youll be surprised how inexpensive these privileges are An Advance for Winchester j just installed at great expense our i4 WE engine and other machinery with which 1 iare now prepared to furnish DAY CUR RENT for light and heat and power for fans and other motors Let us give you estimates on this and all sorts of electric lighting Remember that electric light is superior to all others It is clean cheap comfortable convenient ever ready We furnish it on meter if desired Winchester Railway Light Ice Co INCORPORATED W P ACKETT GENL MGRJP SWe furnish Ice Winter as well as Summer l L HEATERS We are making a ISPECIAL PRICE nowonSGarland Heaters and Cook Stoves 950 Heater to close out 58IOT- HERS IN PROPORTION Grant Witt Co J I3O N Main St Winchester KyI I ii CALL ON NElSONJheTransferMgn by day or night want your baggag transferred OFFICEHOW rnwI4Nghf hiiie m THE NEW Srj mmtfi 1 f p Ypfl r iPt i 1 when it filled grass at get in street other when have comfort health family it is u economy to gating thX life i cor about at f have safe I in l 0 v WINCHESTER TAILORING CttMPANY M 6 C H McKINNEY Props t Clottw Wed Press and lepMM- YCUANDWANDBTDWASriCiALTY OT Allan Murphy Store opo Court Hot I rIi 1 IE MEWS by mail3 a year 1 l Z rN th 1 Vf i 48 I ii 1f Ll fI d II fI I r- r t l b f i1A1 1 Jfj 4t t f t kfrsj t 1 o i 1 r U F tE ifT t t i t1IL f JiU f t f 7 Jr V tyy I u = riT t 1 t t Y- f 11f EIt NM f f r 7 1 iIi W1ICIESTER lEl- niejiiwfit I If Jlewspapir 1a PNbsbed by ffctWlmsteir News Ci- Tf IhcorpprateiJ 14osceSouth Main Street r f r iDaHy Except Sunday ittheWin Jhester Post Of 1 Ice as mail matter of the fr second class v J SUBSCRIPTION RATES J9EMj Winchester News is delivered qfclf arrier at 10 merits per week By Jmadvance if 1syeir T 36u 1 jMc months v 150 + tfetmonfi 1 h 25 T7NewPh ne No 91Ic 1MNDAY NOVEMBER 161908 CiRCULATION STATEMENT ilfcateof Kentucky twaty 6f plark Clark B Tanner Circulation Mari ger of The Winchester News here I J states oti oath that he has charge tf Jtfihe circulation department of The Winchester News and all records jiertaming thereto and further statefet oath that the number of paper j ilished by The TVmchester Neys l Iis16th day November 1908 5s s 3jfcOO copies t CLARK B TANNER r Circulation Manager Subscribed and sworn to before me dpif16th Hay oJ November 1908 by j 43rk B Tanner J W POYNTER i JNbtar Public Clark County JKyl pMy CQuimiSsibrt expires February 1 1912 t OUR CIRCULATION tC f We have had several friends sgSfc v JiJwMokirigly that bur claims ipiUfion for The News Svere xa i ratet1 tha we could not pOSifr 193romth of the first issue The Ifews published 1500 papers I8atufda3 And likerthe higqoJaS s aiUilies of today we present SWHH t J fcitements Pf our circulation JVe propose at all tunes tojdeal franHv U jmd openly tdour patrons and li fwrjaserg Our circulation bppks are ppen to all advertisers Anyone ctl11 come to this office any afternbojf pi hc week and see our 11S run We t eordiallj invite any doubting Thomas Vto satisfy himself i Af large majority of the local mer 0hants are using advertising space jregularly Withiii a month or two tf we feel confident that every upto Sate business man in Winchester will Jilppreciate the value of these colt s f iinins We have been surprised at rilie growth of our classified column InfJ1atde1atment quick returns can 1 kc seen and results are obtained if ft all immediately Hardly a day f passes without the management hear Iing of the rettfrn of lost articles ad- Vertised or houses rented It is the ppeop1es market place We look forj vii steady building up of this depart janentas peojple come more and more to realize its usefulness V1I1 NmvPi to day goes into practi f jcallyftvery well todo home ill Win- Chester It reaches every element f vof our citizens It circulates many vfcnes the number of papers daily in rlbe city of any other newspaper l yjiaSiy or weekly Wf believe we are ating the facts conservatively when ie assert that The News has a Jar Jcirculation in this city than aD- ifier newspapers daily and weekly anebinedIThe News also goes into more Atonies in Clark county than any other fdady or weekly publication We al ready send a fair number of copies LJhtwe open our amIfijMiign for circulation along the 3Pgce ought tobbi- r to nike a too tshOVnrr tlicieJF rlinT lt cripgSmntJlmv n wil11thebitj t i Tir ithweeks gQ by Tbe Iio1idaytra 4t i jtis in altn rc1tants uswhtmorctmde itiho than they had u Rst season to advertisjj freely int i Moo columlis Ib se in the itrst thirty days of tile ex t1 3 4stence of The News the marinsement irefused dyertiin1 from J4e x t J gtoi andother places Thesee Or thoneyii1t 1rs year We b lieIt there i 10 one wkois ablir5- 44j 1rrtbat f6t i t c i l I Xo- f r h f ritfth pipjH All The etasks if this cordial support of the commuu f t1tc L- 46 i N r tnJj 1 The Chmesfi government is h Strange nnomally in this twtitiet- bctu4T 1Qm day to aaytelegrms aveen received announcing the death of the Emperor Last Thurs day The New received and published the announcement of hid ath that day On Friday it was slated that Ue died on November 10On Satur t day that t he was not yet de dbl t was very ill and expected to die any moment Finally late Saturday it was aeran telegVanhed that he was really dead amf that Prince fchun his brptlieFjf had been made regent and his infant son PU Weiur the new Einperqr We do not believe there is another country ia the world where thertiJ ers death could be thus in doubt Chitin is the last great nation ti feel the uplift of modern civilization But even here there has been some movement along modern lines4al flioiigh fhe Dowager Empress whc 4bmina4i the Jate Emperor all liLs iifEsetilter face strbnglj against hhy ifithIs rf VrW01ii ihelast year there jvas an xannouncement that China wEts going to 1L35yQ Constitution find Parlia inei But Ticthing can j ofjt and we tdi rtot believe the people arc ndr for it It i saidin the tate dispatches that tire aMointraentof Prince Chun has made a gobd impression It satisfies the reformers and is a proIs testagainJthe iuler of the Empress Dqvi ISiE4 de With tiw Touted States and- he jEiIropeafr nations is however sip5ybmlrMucing Western ideas Butthepoe lationis so immense the temjpry jso rat that such ideas peDejtrii very gradually Sven the Eri1cfQrirthisilast sick nejis ref used the aid of British or German plfylsicians which had beep tendered him bv the foreign legiLi tiorip Ore of mc etBctS Issued di t the name of the Emperor is a curios iy 1t5jsfast Auiumn WP have been ill The physicians recommended by the Govenunent have not been suc cessful in curing us We are weak and without spirit racked by pain without t appetite cold and feverish iu1lit has been impossible for us to s1eepSWe ire anxious to permit the and thc Governors tp send other physicians to UP quickly and we will give extraordinary rewards to he physicians or ofiiciiils who help us BASEBALL MEETING There will be a baseball meeting of those interested in the game at the county court room in the court house Monday nighat 730 oclock A1J who have subscribed for stock to the comnany and those who contemplate aoin so and those who are in terested in baseball ought to be preient at this meeting as the ment wishes to have a heart to heart talk with the fans concerning the future of baseball The management last week sent put 175 letters to different citizen of the town and county asking them to subscribe to the baseball fund lA blanksubscription was enclosed with each letter rind a stamped two cent envelope for reply Responses have been very few and very much less ttiahllie management had anticipated Unless the people are interested sufficient In baseball to raise enough Tjioney to have a good club the man agement will drop the project en fireiy v Wihchester can and should support a g9o4c1ib aiun1ess we can lave a good pne we do not want nfat lltI iBafeeball isi greatSspprt jand is 1ltonderfiil Sdveftiser ofa bib Tnis lfcv isioa w lftWnforTibt era1ity 4J110JFI batlF club to falll rough hut unless the citizens are willing vto subscribe and take liolcf of5 the matter those who are mostly interested will drop the Dro ject entirely ihdpekhervi1l oe a good manyt present tpriiglil ahS that the baslT ballchib viir 4put pniA cjoii finau cial tsisWc ibeliMe that QseP wliQ received apmmuiiiSatibns last efk haye neglg4ted ansering7and they ln w 4hoirub s ptopj11i Wif fJI i1J i cfy tif t EXPLRINa hfSTJNMRIKIO t J Sena rltrakerlikes Pubt jiG ttaiD Letters i t t t t WRITI3 To VIROJL KLINE t Who In Turn Ten HoW While In the Midstof Numerous Cases Against His client Hf Turrwd o Ohios Senator For Advice 1FO aker Says He Is In the Fiejif but JtSucceedCincinnati 0xNov X6 Senator Joseph B Foraker ha issued a statement in which be makes public correspondence regarding the character of his employment by the Standard Oil company and the serr1cehe ren dered under such employment The correspondence was hetweeh Senator Foraker and Virgil P Kline of Cleve land of counsel for the Standard 011 company who Senator Foraker says personally enlisted the services of the senator Mr Kline f replies at length to the request 0fMr Foraker concerning the character of tie latters employ ment by the Standard He says that in December 1898 at the time Mr Foraker was employed there was pending against the Standard in the Ohio supreme court very serious litigation A proceeding in contempt had been instituted by the attorney general charging that company with Having wiIruIIyylolated the order of the supreme court directing it to witihraw from the trust agreement The company bad answered Jssues been madeup and a considerable volume of testimony taken There wasvalsb pending says Mr Kline pro qeedings alleging violatiom of the anU rust laws of the state against four constituent companies of the oil trust Many miilio iis of dollars of property were involved in theae pron ceedings and much in a4 vthreatenedrjMrjf midst 6f the t difficult cues that wiyth the app1irL of hlclient he turned IOiSeBitei Foraker for assist ance and adyice He declares the Standard had endeavored M good faith tpcomfe witK th o r Wlc supreme court Trust iertIflct holders by a resolution passetat a meeting held in New york Maic 1892 determined not only that the Standard Oil company of Ohio should withdraw from socalled trust agreement bjt that the tru t itself should be dissolved and the trustees had en tered in faith upon the policy of a displupdn and a winding up of the Mr Kline says difficulties presented themselves as the trust certificates of a par value of non than were held everywhere throughout the country and the effort to give the trust certificate ojdeFsta legal interest in the stock of the various companies that2had form rly been in the trust was one of great difficulty Mr Kline continues The thr e QUO warranto cases then pending And the fourth one threatened and later begun called for most drastic action Upon the part of the supreme court If5 its judgment should be adverse It was asked In each of the four quo warranto cases and such was a proper prayer that each of the four defendants be adjudged to have forfeited and sur rendered their corporate rights and fran chises that they may be dissolved and that the court appoint trustees to windup their affairs and distribute their prop i It erty was upon realization of these seri ous and disastrous consequences well knowing your ability as an attorney and the respect lawyers and courts hAIl for you throughout the state that I sought your service You entered at once actively upon the employment making your own Investigations here In Ohio and In New York holding frequent eons ita tions with myself end other counsel for the company In Columbus Cincinnati New York and Washlngtcfti Your judg ment was sought not only as to what had been done by the Standard OH com pany In Its effort to withdraw from the trust but also as to what form bf future organization of the great Interests of this company and of the constituent com panies should be taken that they might not be open to any further attack For more than a year testimony wan taken at various places full transcripts of that evIdAice furnished you and suggestions received from you as to the lines upon whlqh It ought to be met The testimony having been cosedthe con tempt case was finally submitted to the supreme court ndln December 1000 an entry was made by the court finding the defendant not guilty of contempt and aismls lhr the proceedings A little later the four ouster cases were also dismiss ed the dismissal of the latter oases being made by the court at the suggestion of the then attorney general udse Sheets So far from the attitude of the com pany b lngoneota desire to evade the laor the decree of the otjrt it had- talthfdUY endeavored to comply there with and Mrfar as the Vjalentine trust tryingb1rttuYpuunderstood perfectly our desire an- dsQrted with it to put these large properties on a basis of conformity to tie decree of the court ad of the law securelyhe1aJy contributes to the success of the liti Tg9tlon and the preservation of the property by its owners At the time of your employment and when it ce sedasltdid according to recpllection some where bouttltetAnf of iJanuary 1S81 there was no Intimation from any source thelwdid no come 0J more J oJa1dIbjlitJEtion ndttQuJleof the company totter and am stjiU tinr liui Py r be n i ked of w accepted by you kieptstwith your PUWI 4tlee and 4 P0 fIV r owOU1MLtY 1 Jrati- es rhateyer to the oeiany a4am Str tomtyver otherwl et tor More thIn seven years In cprrpboraUoH of Mr Kliaes statement Senator Foraker subnalta jL letter from ltP Elliott of New York a member of counsel for the Standard Oil company Mrv Elliott says I was associated with Mn Kline in the cases he refers to mat letter and know jthat the statements con5taned in his letter are true Senator Pbraker in conclusloa says With the publication of these letters which added to my former statements should in my opinion sat Jsfy any fairmindei man I submit to the legislature as every other candi date must do the question as to who shall be my successor in the enate ftPQ not mean by this statement that T do not intend tbgt f any further attention to the impending contest but rather that I do not intend to engage In any unseemly scramble Whatever may be the result I shall always be profoundly grateful for the distinguished honors I have enjoyed at the hands of the pee pie of Ohio and shall always have the satisfaction of knowing whether anybody else does or not that I have under all circumstances striven to serve my state and my country faith fully and efficiently and Whether right or wrong never more so than in regard to these questions in con nettion with which I have been crit icised ANGRY SOLDJERi Burn Officer In Efffg When Denied Regular Army Pay Nashville Tenn ttov 1R After burning in effigy at Camp Nemo of Colonel Harvey Alexander assistant adjutailt general of Tennessee a number of the officers of the First Tennessee regiment on duty in the Reelfoot lake region during the recent night rider troubles declare they wjll resign if they do notre celye regular army instead of state P yfpy the services rendered Frank predijction that the regiment will be drsbanded is already heard Colonel Tatom commanding Issaid to be one of the most determined that army pay shall be allowed Hej refused angrily it is said the state pay tendered him at Union City Do you reckon I amf pbHcenjaiii h is oj dtej1rit1f declaring tcPCaptain rphilljps commissary officer in cliarijeA I will not accept cent of aunle8 we are gdyeau the asiount we deserve the same as that paid officers in the United States army t SBurglars Loot Postofflce South Bend Ind Noy 16 Bur glars jpbbejfl the South Bend post office of18i5 in stamps and made a successful escape The plunder included 550000 1ceht stamps 600000 2cent stamP 500 25cent popks of 1cent stamps 1000 25cents books of 2cent stamps 500 49cent books and 500 97rcent books t JOHNSONS BANK Absorbed by Two Cleveland Finan clal Institutions Cleveland 0 Nov 16The Depos itors Savings and Trust company of which Mayor Tom L Johnson was the founder and president and said to be the principal depository of the Municipal Traction company has been absorbed by two Cleveland banks This action was taken as the result of several days negotiations The saving accounts amounting to 305000 were taken qver by the Cleveland Trust company and the checking accounts amounting to 268000 by the First National hanky It was stated by the officers of the Depositors Savings and Trust company and the officers of the two ab sorbjng banks that the liabilities the absorbed bank were fully 90and that the bank was in good rfin cial condition Delay In Missouri Rate Case Kansas City Nov 13A delay OJ two weeks in the Missouri rate cas4 was announced byJudge Smith Mi Pherson in the federal court Judgjj McPherson declared he was pelled to return to his home distri4- in south Iowa owing to the crowd court docket there At the end fthat time he said he would return Kansas City and finish the rate casl hearing without further delay j PA mm DIMES d Most Emphatically That Daughter Engaged to Abruzzi 4 Washington Nov 16 Senator Si phen B Elkins has made the ep phatic announcement that no e ment exists between his daughter Mss Katherine Elkins and e dAbruzzl of the Italian navy jhe statement was made with the k cfl edge and consent ofMiss Elk1nslhodesired that the statement given to the public which has xianir fested so great ahflnteresffii l the matter 1CubansHavana Nov 16At the cliSe of an eiectlO lwbfch was conducted with great enthusiasm and cnplet absence of disorder General Jose Gomez and Alfrddo have been chosen president audiorce llt respectively qf thf new Cubaiiepub lie with stint Liberal majo tleg in the senate anti house Child Burns to Death Cant n 0 Nov 16 IFTlille the mother was on the second floor her home the rr U 6t JXri Jlrhi1tocaMfht Ire iroa a stoye ir 4 ii S t t tiy lM b ct t t2 t 4 SS1 F 4D0 r zl t 3 o T IT f ittti 4 r t 1r C iI Do You Gt f a Blacksmiths Shop to have your watch fi 4no I not likely because he jnot prepared to attend Ita your wantsSThen why 5ont you come to a shoe store when you want shoes we are prepared Because we have the largest assortment shown by any store we can give you heavy shoes for rough usage we can give you medium weight or light shoes for street and yourbroadfootfor your slim foot Our prices are the lowest Sour shoes are the best Soft Soles for Women with Tender Feet i McCorl Smith 6 Phillips 4 Do Men Read Advertisements I Read This One at Any Rate It TillS OPONCUtout fldresnted tou ss goodfor 1 i 5Oc on a CasK PurcHasc Mens 500 Shoes GooS f8 MASSIE The Shoe Man We Do Not Reserve Amj 3 Shoe in our Store fr1Assrj The Shoe Man Peoples State BankC- APiTAJ1QOOOO This bank began business less than three years ago just in the beginning of the financial depres ion Notwithstanding the hard times there has been steady growth fre he start in the number ofour depositors and in the volume of qur business We enroll new names every week We want yours You are coitalv inted to open an account with us Per sonal attenion to all business JM HCUGKIN CashierIJ L BROWN President L B COCKRELL Vice President ctt 4IL-4uJI ft fIIii 4 w I s I T e EpwuNGimV 4 I t L 1QM2TQ4 fj frladies Peeile Hard to Get Money From SA new York Iradesmanupf Jpn ejC pei is says thatthe hmrdest Ewi to lect lIll1 from are oe k is moIIy1 t59e w 0 have a tIrfQr a woman to attempt tp hold lrerkirt hold pm Mei hat ami koid fcdj soage all at oot PhUriipMji Ie 3 j j i8 it 77 Ti 1 L t T 2 = 0Q J i JitiffJ 1Jifi1 r M t ii 4 tzc 1 gtt tsi cJi 1 M r r r THEWIWOHE1tw t + t J f k q KJ k Jyxitc HardTImesT l Before the election ncl since ilie liiiTe heard is bird tees MjrdJimeiJNomoney in rirctila vtiQjj and nothing iotpfty the ac co nte with Cant you wait a wjule fit is gneer that there is always a i iie before the Presidential dec sf tibnsThafrinoney matters are tight y tit is so The moneyed men of ifall street hug their dollars until the eagles fsqueal arid wont let the VieeUke grip loosen until fter the fate ofv one of two men has been jdecided vvMiny of us feel absolutely no duff erencej We goon in the fame old 11i and there is little to break the v mbnqfphy iiot knowing the suffer ings of those less fortunate than V we Tfefc an odd result oa hard times is gryen by ihe soejal settlement woik J eBine Zorl City The facts I Vie that times have been harder than usual therefor the past eight Jor nixie months and iJ this time there hav Been feer calls for phy f iiicians cdnsqeuently fewer pur haof drugs The death rate tbas been unprecedently low and the health of the people better than ever before In the opinion of the I society reporting this improved C ndition It is brought about be cause the hard times have been effective in reducing gluttony and 1 dissipation ThVappioach to the rtSimple life fias bought its reward in bet terf health and a lower death rate uandconsqeuently there was less for tthOdoctorstodOi i Siiit SX fii r r GraysonAdimsI avnd Miss i mma Adams were quietly married at llie hpme of the brid in Allans ilieO1I Friday ariernoon Rev E jb Waits o Bciating Both of these iS Joung pe have aIways lived in Allansvflle and are quite popular We Join their host of friends in- wishing them all r t e happiness in ttiOwdrld ir ff PERSONALS 2 TV i MrBen D Goff left Saturday to be ready for limIting when the sea Vioh opens Mr Rufus Lisle left for the moun tains Monday to hunt Mr and Mrs John Bean left Sat urday for a hunt t Miss Lilla Phelps spent Sunday in Lexlngtpn N llr and Mrs J L5 WaIler returned Saturday from Charleston W Ya where they have been on a visit and hunt Mr Renick Robb lef tSaturday for Nashville Tenn where he willspend the winter ss Alice Porter spent Thursday and Friday in Lexington She was entertained Tniirsday WItha lun rCheon by Mrs Drake Miss Anna Fox was in Lexington to Friday jr Mr ff Ed Gaitskill was in Mt Sterling Monday for courtday SM and Mrs Matt Bean have reo turned home from Cincinnati t r cMand Mrs Buoy of Paris were hreSudafor the funeral of Mr Will ats6n f Mr BeiL lranklin was in Cincin nati Saturday Mr Ben Taipei is seriously ill at his home on Mainstreet Mr W A Price has returned fo his home jcovington Dr J Torn Price has returned home to Harrodsburg The friends of Mr Clarence Bos well are gla1 to know that he is able to be out Mr Coleman Harris aiicL Mr Joe Smith were in town Sunday Mr Thomas Green after a visit of severalweeks to friends in the city and county rehinie tc his home in Cincinnati Sunday t A Mr T Lv Nunan is in Cincinnati on business I GynthianQibut turned froth a stay of seven weeks at Hot Springs Arkansas where he un derwent a successful treatment fQr rheumatism Mr Hunt Perry went to Carlisle Monday on asocial visit Dr Hugh Stubblefield was in Mt Sterling today on business Mr and Mis Walker Jameson ol t Beattyville are the guests of their mother Mrs J C Taipy on South Main street Mr D Young and family of Two Mile are moving into town Mr William Allen and Mr Thomas Eades of Normal Illsj have returned to their old home at Log Lick for a short stay This is the first time in twelve years that Mr Eades has been to his old home in Kentucky Mr J T Eades hasreturned home from Berea where he has been on business IrAS Vivion is quite ill tIreS JB Kerr and Mr Albert Eades 6f Nort I iddletowh are vis itors here this leefe Mrs Hubert Hunter was the guest of her brother in Stanton Saturday arii Siihday Mr Prank Jackson has returned from a tintpexas ir Lexington Opera House No more beantifalimd upJo41 ate opera is on ihe road today than A Waltz Dream which played at the LeXington Opera House Friday and Saturday4 igbt8aand Saturday matinee The Company was composed splendid characters whose musi cal ability was only equalled by their powers of acting The scen ery was splendid and the costumes were gorgeous Every member of the Company is a star and the per formance was one of the very best ever seen in this section Manager Chas Scott is to be congratulated upon the high class of at tractions which be brings to his Opera House Next Saturday mat inee and nigbt Miss Eleanor Rob son in Richard Harding Davis latest play U Vera the Medium will appear in the title role The play is said to be peculiarly fitted to Miss charming personality and wonderful ability She is assisted this season by a company of per formers scarcely less famous than herself The novel theme the me hanical effects which bring forth a materialistic seance the costumes and the strain of love running through the play make it worthy of the patronage of all J t ARTIS TURNBULLD a IIj ILadies are Selecting Clopks Suits and Skirts for Fall and Winter r now i r Our Goo lsare the veryLat st Stylest ilfand Designs in all Colors Per t fect lnFitapcl Serviceability jid t I 1 Wd complete2V lISe1Jf j ITir 4 DGooaS l p Come in and see what we have Yop v are always Welcome+ v v V X vV t AL 7vV Artis 8i TrabulL1h J4j 3L 4 1r u h rv 1 it 7 jI q tfK 1 fi mJlCv President Taylor spent Sunday at U0wingsville supplying in thelMtetho list Church Si MornjsinLeiington ball game with Transylvania tlniver ithoughit is hoped that sucha game can be pliCtiSwell seasoned team next year The pre ellt prosct is that ten of the present team will return to college next year and each game played adds untold strength to the team A Fleming County Club has been formed in the college by men from said county The officers are Presi dent W V Cropper J Vice President J Glover Williams Secretary C P Sousley Treasurer Maurice Aitkin Among the other members are Prof Spencer and Messrs Emmoiis Poyn ter Day Arnold and Saunders The purpose of the organization is social and literary The club will tfieet once a month W Y Morris went to his home at Cori lon last Saturday to attend the wedding of his sister JohnWakefield visited his home at Louiivfile several days last wdek to attend the wedding of his sister C P Squslev went to Fieramgs burg Saturday totate pit in the jpemopratic primary of Fleming coun ty The taeu of tile Y M C A have been holding voluntary prayer meet ings each evening of the past week and will continue them for at least the coming week Dr Cumming conducted the Y M C A meeting last Tuesday evening The doctor has m dea warm place for himself among the college men because of his practiced earnestness and his ability to enter info tlie aff jfairs of the men A constantliumhx pf our young men are filling outoftown ptilpits each Sunday Yesterday six of the young men were on the iihg line jtvr IVIVHUERVICES H The rqvivalf s6rvices tit trFiPresbyterian Church will be contin ued this week preaching Monday ll htnt7gor vvv r TopicTrifiing with most 1m lc i5taiit TsuesJ2 COMMISSiONON COUNTRY14FEMEETS- LEXINGTON Ky Now 1Jonsidering the 4pature scope and inter est of the topics urider discussion1 the conference of the Country Life Gomimssion held in Grange Hall at the Agricultural building of State University Saturday was ojieqf the most important and farreaching so far as rural conditions in Kentucky are concerned ever held in the State Not only was the meeting honored by the presence of Governor Willson but there were present leading edit catons county officials editors stockraisers farmers and other representative citizens from various arts of the Stateas well as a num ber of ladies prominent in the work of civic and educational improvement The data gathered here will be used by the Commission in making its oflIcialieport in December to president Roosevelt s l alfjfr b UNCLAIMED LETTERS l irAdams Mrs Dan Allen MarthaI Bush Mrs W Fr f Bakery Dave Clay lInttIDunkin Edj V Girton D H Gillett Todd Moor6j J W Nolden Miss Sue Phillips EF C Payriter James f Rucker Miss Maiy X Rbbinson Mrs Laura v Redman Mrs Fanni Sullivan Randals H W Smith F C Todd Jas Ross Taylor Miss Yinneft 2 v Whitehead Elizabeth Washborn Jno Wm ii 54R R P ERRV Postmaster Ti a af5 h WOODFORDrHUNTERS T GO TOfCASEY COUfeTy- Sf VERSAILLES fey Nov 16Af- tl theBtrenuous days of campaign ing a good many of those with office at the court house left yesterday I DCpiitySheicounty Mr Henry Childers and Miv Teant Bohannon will be in Anderson JE several days Dr X P Holt and- IfTiljller Turnerate at Antioch d Mr Jesse Graddy is with Miv Htnry Robb near Lorfiayille r rprii noi on the exodus of jNimj tq5 l1badaiIyV6clBn ehi fv j M 1 tfJ k t r i1iiii WHAT t 1 wmmI M f Y F 1tY MJcFor ttefestIv fit tLve1yOaJ The law of the State of Kentucky prohibitingth ldlling of quail pat ridges andirabbrts expired Sunday and from now on the Httle cpttoji tail and birds will have to take care of themselves and from now on th j fields and woods of Kentucky will be thick with hunters and sportsmen and the various hotels and cafes will include quail on toast in their menu tfdthwithstqnding the fact that the lw expired pn undtiynianyof flue hunters went hunting pnthat day prohibitquail except during the period between November 15 and January 1 The law is plain on that sore and since the many clubs and other sportsmens organizations haye been endeavoring to see that it is env eomparathelyfewviolat prietors of hotels in the fate have been fined fpV having game in their ptohjbitedtimeluiown tp be constalitly pn the alert and ij is rare indeed there is a yiolU Lion Possession in ifself is a viola tipn of the Jaw The Kentucky game laws permit the killing of quail pheasants and wild turkey from November 15 to Januaiyl rabbits from November 15 to September 15 squirrel from November 15 to February apd also from June 15 to September 15 duck and gees from Atgust15 id April 1 doves frpm August 1 i6 Pebruarjrl woodcock f qm JvTnet20 anjuieItlairkj marlin swallpwvbrflny other bird ofsong pripsecfiverpus irdy It isinyiqlatinpJE tiTe law to hunt Qrl grounds indlosed without thi Ter o of thoSynr ptttbeJ6f fens is punishable by a fine of fro- m3to25f or iiyrIn the last two days a out one hundred and fIfty of the local sports ineniJia eldfiithe city oing inliu rThhunting ground are D B Scobee atttd for Basnear whqe fo NicholaE xutyndBen l Gn and JaVc L l countynnatieiQ- kdeTk Tracy L InrpyWin Spider4dawanA aily hour Monday morning to stat the sport ffinthjs county TRANSYLVANIAIOSES y TO DANVILLE PLAYERS Central University Wins Over Crim 5son Squad By S ore of 6to5 J LEXINGTON iCy Nov 16A large crowd of students and townspeople saw Transylvania University Ibse to Central University by a score of 6 to5 in the hardest fought game of the season Saturday afternoon d the North Broadway gridiron befoi a large crows Both teams displayed excellent form and the spectators witnessed a game full of spirit frQm start to finish BODY STILL UNBURIED The body of Scipip Noble who was fpund dead iifthe Mils back oi Coy ingtona weekago still lies at Don nelly Brps morgue and Coroner Tarvin is endeavoring tp give it a decent burial It fs claimed that Noble boughtU6 worth of goods from Ballmans tTarber supply house in Cipiinnaflad arrangements are be ing made to effect a compromise with the company and secure enough of the money to pay for the burial Cor oner Tarvin has locat d the father of Noble in Seligman Mo Cincinnati Post SMITH NAMED FOR SHERIFF IN SJCOTTv l Ahecounty primary 1ctjonivh eb named i Democratic county ticket Saturday- jTirej QllQwing however are Imp wn tb have l eenvviictpiipustr = y Iuq efJ Yate iSlieuEd t CiruuWCelrkR Hue1 4 CoeoiJ y3aottBraIley R tiVCouify ClekV Greenw- oolCneiW M ore brMIt Abott Marriage nnQupcernentf Hjarid Mrs James Hahnnaon anno nca the marriage of thei- rdaughterMi1May to lr Lla- yHois of iCbntgQmery county i OnDciib Jnd tSP matteu boiiSia the ewmteyi o card but iii1ti t JJ f fi 4 t 1t t r t J l i t tr 1 1 ONE OF THERiAi u ff 0 7 to c Tl 5ft hyyoushojddqb iat this store is that Eyer Pifice or Goods is GurnedSV to be Exactly Represented i tt f i f 1 ij C flBNweieoptk r Baseball ht1 SeasOn- Presidential a Election- CHRISTMASil politicians theirs THE HOLIDAYS are of are be BALDWIN DROS JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS WATCH OUR ADS B FACTSITOUR STORE it5EASY ASSERT BUTQUALITYED f s r IAnd Now For Dress Goods THE STOGK JS COMPLETE WINTER kSOONJl OUR CLOAKS AR11N WE4RE HEAIiQUAR TERS FORM WNPERWEAR CLOTHSEL4NELErTTESQSffiRyNoI TIONS ETC WHEN SHOES ARE SOLID THEY WILL WEAR5 IRE HAVE THEM dMWooI Blankets SucdoughM Iboththe the i Woof of evryB1n1ttwiIIsustain statcimen We gladly invite to make us a visit whether they wislrto buy or not for prices SCRIVENER BR08CO Always the Same Sometimes Better 10 tbanksghring Diniicr 10 tBrowmProctorfa fibtcl Bill of Fare CQDsommeRo als fBlue Poirits shavedLIce Hearts of Queen Olives Lady Radishes MiSedjPjckles Salted Almonds ChiUeqJIjettnce Cheese StravsS7 Broiled WhiteFish ShoeStririgPptatoes Parsley Sauce Anchovy Butter Boiled Country Ham Champ e Sauce Larded Tenderloin of Bee 1withMushrooms Roast Young Turkey x Chestnut Dressing Cranberry Sauce Roast Mallard Duck Currant Jelly Sweet Breads in cases French Fried Frog lgson Toast Frozen EggNog Waldorf Salad SnowJlake Potatoes Cnn1j Yams Cauliflower Hot Mince Pie Carmel Pie Ice Cream in 8t Assorted Cakes Plum Podding GogriacSauce MiXed Nuts SaisihBv Fruits SbgueforU Cheese Nenfo atell Cese NewoJ rinChee 1 a1V Bents atrOackers- eiuokyJr SPXiaread Corn Pone and uttexmiifc Mints Cocoa Milk Dinner from 12 3tt tpfl Pjinj I Price 8100 The TGrmsPar1iWlien glrl gets she Is practically the whole show The min oly plays aort bl br6m6b1Iast- QOhloap 8C r Hf f i J7i j i ff s9 1 1 1h1i t 4Icr 7 t I rHo J dt r fy 1 y o The fans have Had their fon the and now comes our turn f Do you realize how close to hand they It is just the right time now for you to get your goods selected Our stock is full New Goods We readyits your play Come the first to make your selection Avoid the rush I TO ERE ajid the 1Iall Ask Celery gr with Peas in Creams married i igr PRETTY RUN Joe Fielder sold a bunch of hogs to Harry Thomson at 4 65 Mr and Mrs Merritt Warner vij ited friends and relatives ip EatiiQV Saturday and Sunday i fV Miss Bessie Rushford and Mr Riggs Johnson both of Mt Sterling were pleasant guests of Mrs Henry Fielder Sunday They were ae companied by Miss Leha Fielder and her brother Gilbert Jones Engle and wife visited his s rMrslist Mrs W R Fluty and Mrs Will Tuttle viisted friends in Lexington r from Friday until Monday Miss Cleo Engle was the pleasant guest of Miss Rose Mann Sunday Miss Besie Fluty made a bubinesg trip to Lexington Monday A Will Tuttle made a business trip j to Paris Monday Miss Etta Fielder of Iron Mouna lwa3 the guest of Miss Carrieliee fWarner in Winchester thefpaist week LITTLE TARDINESS X i AT THE CITY SCHOOL 5Itdren should be regular and pupctnaft J J in attending school At gresexir there is very little tarC1ineJ due8 ftile fact that patrons cpoperaes Y twell with the teachers tq reduce tar v j diness to the miinimum amonut l5 tMonday morning thy wu r two pt4iiIs l yo1e chfiuilr JI ndneltherliad a good e ousiE for oemr tardy vr f lJ 11 l jj Tin Ui recently many pupilsreniaik 5 ii ed out of school on Fiiday aiterhoi ito ffo u visiting and fre q1 4 not return to their school rfkfe ff fore Mbntlay afternoon i wiSuch visits usually meansloi 1of two days from school w6ifeiiMr tp be hoped that parelsSwill dw Courage remainingout of 5bool exk cept wken kbeoJutely uecfrr Frank rryw ii twi F IgJjt tLt ZYTf i + iMft j t fit 1 1eJ tifA If t 7w J1 fi- J t fjf i r c 7 j i i4 t 1 rt 5s J ff t JI1J 1 rL ii o I ifJ IfF tii 4 11 l J1V I= fl9 4 qifl ii11rjf j 7 J1 I mojt Jt f J fY ct t 1r 1f = t 5 vL t i rf r 4 1 t twtf 4 rlt t r tI 7r i 1 1r 1- t ilt 4h1ft IrtIU 6 t r d 1d c v w r i 00 t jij 1 0 THEWIHCIESTERPfVC iil J IUIH 4D4L1 ++4III + r 1 oungeE Set r ly KOBCRT W CHAMBERS Avda frheEst AWeE1CCopyright 1SW by Robert W Cham bers +011 + + raethodlcal and colorless in Its ron tine to the verge of dreariness When he was not at the government t proving grounds on Sandy Hook he i remained in his room at Lansings onlyJfernatethe sadness of his mhid the prepara tloh of a history of British military organization in India and its possible 1 implication to present conditions in the + Philippines He had given up going outmade no further pretense and Boots let him alone Once a week he called at the Ge lards spending most of his time while there with the children Sometimes he f sajv Nina and Eileen usually just returned or about to depart for some function and his visit sa rule ended with a cup of tea alone with Austin and a quiet cigar in the library S S 3 S t The elopement of Gerald and Gladys made a splash in the social puddle Eileen loyal but sorrowfully amaz ed at her brothers exclusion of her in such a crisis became slowly over whelmed with the realization of her loneliness and took to the seclusion of k her own room feeling tearful and abandoned and very much like a very t little girl whose heart was becoming far too full of all sorts of sorrows Nina misunderstood her finding her lying on her bed her pale face pil lowed in her hairr Onlyhorrldly ordinary people will believe that Gerald wanted her mon ey said Nina iits though an Erroll considered such matters at all or need v ed to Boots is a dear Do you know what hes done JWfiat asked Eileen listlessly rats Jng the back of her slender hand from H fier to peer atcNina through the Dimmer of tears XWell he and Phil have moved out ef Boots Chouse and Boots has wired Gerald and Gladys that the house is ready for them until they can find a JpJace of their own Of course theyll luggageisToom and Phil his old quarters But I dont you think it is perfectly sweet of Boots And Isnt It good to have Philip back again Yes said Eileen faintly Nina laid a cool smooth hand across her forehead pushing back the hair a light caress sensitive as an unasked question But there was no response and pres gently the elder woman rose and went out along the landing and Eileen heard her laughingly greeting Boots who had arrived posthaste on learning that Drina was indisposed Dont be frightened The little r wretch carried tons of indigestible stuff to her room and sat up half the night eating it Wheres Philip I dont know Heres a special de livery for him I signed for it and brought it from the house Hell be fiere from the Hook soon I fancy 0Half an hour later Drina was asleep folding fast to Boots sleeve and that young gentleman sat in a chair beside her discussing with her pretty mother the plans made for Gladys and Gerald jon their expected arrival Eileen pale and heavy lidded looked in on her way to some afternoon af fair nodding unsmiling at Boots Have you been rifling the too he whispered You lack usual chromatic symphony yourII No Im just very tired wasnt physically afraid of Drina fet you to run off with meanywhere What is that letter Nina For nle sP Its for Phil Boots brought it around Leave It on the library table dear when you go down Eileen took the letter and turned away A few moments la tel as she jflaid it on the library table her eyes Involuntarily noted the superscription written in the long angular fashiona ivble writing of a woman slowly the inevitable question took shape within her How long she stood there she did not know but the points of her gloved fingers were still resting on he table and her gaze was still concentrated on i the envelope when she felt Selwyns presence in the room near close and J looked up Into his steady eyesand knew he loved her I And suddenly she broke down forf with his deep gaze in hers the over wrought specter had fled 9 What is iU he made Out to say V managing also to keep his hands off f her where she sat bovred and quiver r ngby thetable Nnothingaa little crisis ver nownearly over It was that letter i ther women writing you and Iout- lawedtongue tied Dont look at me I ito1t wait II am going 9ut f He went to the window stood a mo tl11 nt came back to the table took his l v Ifittcr and walked slowly again to tlie Q window After awhile he heard the rustle of her gown as she left the room and a rlittIe later he straightened up passed his hand across his tired eyes and 1I looltiug down at the letter jn his hand i vrnke the seal t Iff was frOm one of the nurses Miss fasson and shorter than usual Mrs Ituthven Is physically 1n per l rh th tvt ynote f J I 1 tf t1fl t 4 4 tr 4 r fr twj 31 rir ratherastartllBgf clum e In her mental cdBdltlon Then were dnrjcthe day intervals that seemed perfectly lucid Oiice she spolce f Mimi Bond as the1 other nurse as though she realized something of the conditions surround lug her Once too she Seemed aston ia1ied when I brought her a doll and asked me Is then a child here or is it for a charity bazaar Later I found her writing a letter tInY desk She left It unfinished when she went to drive a mere doherewithl I thought it best to inclose It scrapI The Inclosed he opened Phil dear though I have been very Ill I know you are my own huband All the rest was only a childs dream ofterrorAnd was all only this scrap firmly written in the easy flowing hand he knew so welL He studied it for a moment or two then resumed Miss Cassonfs letter A man stopped our sleigh yester day asking if he was not speaking to Mrs Ruthven I was a trifle worried and replied that any communication for Mrs Ruthven could be sent to me That evening two men gentlemen apparently came to the house and asked for me I went down to receive them One was a Dr Mallison the other said his name was Thomas B Hallam but gave no business address When I found that they had come without your knowledge and authorIty- I refused to discuss Mrs Ruthvens condition and the one who said his name was Hallam spoke rather per emptorily and in a way that made me think he might be a lawyer They got nothing out of me and they left when I made it plain that I had nothing to tell them- I thought it best to let you know about this though I personally cannot guess what it might mean Selwyn turned the page One other matter worries Miss Bond and myself The revolver you sent iis at mjr Tequest has disappeared lye are nearly sure Mrs Ruthven has1tyou know she once dressed it au a doll calling it her army doll but now we cant find it She has hidden It somewhereout of doors In the shrubbery we think and Miss Bond and I expect to secure It the next time she takes a fancy to have all her dolls out for a lawn party Dr Wesson says there Is no danger of her doing any arm with it but wants us to secure It at the first opportunity He turned the last page On the other side were merely the formula of leave tk1ng and Miss Cassons signa tureFor awhile be stood in the center of the room head bent narrowing eyes fixed then he folded the letter pock eted It and walked to the table where directory lay He fOund the name Hallam very- easilyThomas B Hallam lawyer junior in the firm of Spencer Boyd JackiMallison who it appeared conducted some sort of private asylum on Long Island What was Buthven after Chapter 28 UTHVEN was after his divorce That was jwhat it all meant His first check on the long trail came with the stupefy r Jug news of Geralds runaway marriage to the young girl he was laying his own plans to marry some day in the future and at first the news staggered him leaving him apparently no immediate incentive for securing his freedom But Ruthven instantly began to real ize that what he had lost he might not have lost had he been free to shoulder aside the young fellow who had forestalled him The chance had passedthat particular chance But hed never again allow himself to be caught in a position where such a chance could pass him by because he was not legally free to at least make the effort fo seize it Fear in his soul bad kept him from blazoning his wifes infirmity to the world as cause for an action against her but he remembered Neergardrs impudent cruise with her on the Nio brara and he had temporarily settled on that as a means to extort revenue not Intending such an action should ever come to trial And then he learned that Neergard bad gone to pieces That was the second check Ruthven needed money He needed It because he meant to put the ocean between himself and Selwyn before commencing any suit whatever ground he might choose for entering such a suit He required capital on which to live abroad during the proceedings If that could oe legally arranged And meanwhile preliminary to any plan of campaign he desired to know where his wife was and what might be her nrtnnl obriJnl and mental condition iTo be cirinv Ih IF Yoa WANT a cook YtWANT a situation You WANT help viYoi WANT to sell oa WANT to buyc Use the classified column of THE NEWs Good Humor and Business A man without a smiling face must aotppen a shopChinese PrnwrV i1 fi t ttii0 t tif WI 1t 1c t t7 t 1 j WomatfsWoffd I ANTINOISE LEADER Even Paris Admires Mrs Rice and Yearns For Her Help Three years ago Mrs Rice of New York tity started an aggressive cam paign to quell the excessive noises turban life and she is at present pres Ident of the association incorporated ice then under the name of the So ciety For the Suppression of Excessive Noise A tour of Europe has con vinced her that in this matter as in so many others the people of America are far ahead of the rest of the world With the exception ot a branch so ciety in London up to the time of the establishment of her society there was no association in existence with a similar object so far as she could learn People In Europe were inter ested in her work and some of them inclined to be critical at firstxare now studying the subject with the intent of following her lead One of the most ardent admirers other antinoise campaign Is the German writer Professor Theodor Lessing MEl I3AAO L mol who has published a book entitled Lara C Noise He has shown his interest in a practical way and has established in Munich a similar society which had Its first meeting not long ago He Invited Mrs Rice to become Its president and wits greatly disappointed that her work in New York will prevent her accepting The officials of the city of Rotterdam are discussing the establishment of a similar organization and the newspapers devoted columns of description and praise to her work while she was there When Mrs Rice reached Paris she found that the fame of the antinoise society had long preceded her Journalists visited her and were enthusi astic to the point of hysteria over her idea One newspaper writer apostrophized her- When you have finished calming the American tumult come to us come to Paris for we have need of your aid In Paris the tumult grows day by day Come oh come Try to obtain from our authorities permission to suppress above everything else the use of the strings of clanging bells which disfig ure the necks of the cab horses The sound of those bells is rendering us gradually foolish idiots neurotics By and by we shall all be in asylums Think of that Mrs Isaa L Rice Think of that and hurry up We simply cannot wait for it is absolutely true that if the present uproar con tinues much longer Paris itself will be only a great hospital Mrs Rice brought back in her trunk a few strings of the cab horse bells which she rang as an accompaniment while she laughingly translated the appeal A Professors Viewpoint The last contribution to woman vivi section is from Professor W T Thom as of Chicago University In a number of the American Magazine the author of Sex and Society after giving an excellent resume of the evolution of the human animal from the standpoint of the biologist and the anthropologist indulges as is now customary in the unmerciful and not uniformly logical dissecting of modern mans mate Al though a certain degree of scientific fairness is dealt her both in the au thors premises and in his conclusion and he at least concedes that woman is the same animal as man he never theless deals with modern woman much after the manner of his predecessors For instance he accuses her of cun ning and hypocrisy would not these qualities in man have become shrewd ness and diplomacy of vanity ap plied to her wooing instincts although he frankly admits that she is less interested In man than man is in her This however does not prevent his de daring that her purity constancy reserve and devotion which constitute her morality have been imposed upon her by man whom the latter pleases Yet can it be denied that when woman breaks through her mor al self restraint it is usually due to what the learned professor is pleased to tall mans interest in her7 Is he not R little mixed as to the quality and origin qf womans morality At least unlike his predecessors Pro fessor Thomas seeks a remedy for the Irregularity pettlnessj ill health and unserviceableness of i11Odern1oml and hcrjlnds it not only In a general and culturateducatlonbutln a spe cial r If Ji Siib it c j1ff1 t t tili1nfultt1irimonlal situation by putting a curb oil wives demands upon their hus bands attentions and must provide a more solid basis of association by generalror1dotlnterestasmcn IOn this ground Professor Thomas Who by the wily says many equally wise things and a few less so will no doubt be met by most earnest modern women The important point for the progress and happiness of society at the present juncture is that women and men shall stand together and un derstand each other for as the book of Genesis says God created man S and male and female he created themthat is they are one Famous Physicians Advice There is a famous physician who has given much of his time to the study of rest He has worked out some good plans for tired men and women which have benefited them This doctor says that plenty of fresh air day and night and one hours walk is enough for any woman Her con stitution does not need any more exer else than is given by a three mile spin If she is in the city she cannot go at such a rate of speed but on springy country roads she can turn ouUfrom two to three miles a day arid find her self in fit condition Thiss the only exercise he thinks that does not exhaust the heart irri tate the nerves and overwork the mus cles He does not object to light ten nis indifferently played but tennis as the American girl plays it is simply out of the question She wants to play like a man and she plays against men She plays too long and the cold shower bath which she takes at the end is too serious a shock This doctor has a good deal to say on the sub ject of annual vacations He now has his hands full of sick and fatigued women who have overdone the vaca lion theory They work for ten months in a year jn some way Whether for wages or anyrcsthenMlumpweeks or less during the summer They do unaccustomed things which exhaust a body already tired and come back home generally unfit for the win ter To quote him he says Nme out of ten women feel worse after a vacation than when they started and are un able to rostime work properly A wo man does not need a long rest but a great number of short ones It Is better to rest four separate half hours a day than to go like mad through the week and rest sixteen hours on Sunday It is better to di vide the twelve months of work into stated half holidays rather than take two months after ten months of ex Tiaustibn Euchre Decorations Place a high glass vase with two or three long stemmed white roses in the center of your table Around the base of the vase arrange the picture cards bowers kings and queensfrom a pack in a circle like a doily The ices can be served in boxes simu lating a pack of cards and paper nap kins on which cards are printed will add to the decorative scheme Make sandwiches and cakes in shape of hearts diamonds clubs and spades and have heart and diamond shaped dishes for bonbons and salted nuts As artificial light always adds a charm exclude daylight as your euchres an afternoon affair and light the room with candles Get together as many candelabra and candlesticks as you can find places for putting them on sideboard shelf bracket every where except on the table They will give the room a soft pretty light not attainable with gas or electricity- At ach cover place a playing card face up alternating the black and red anIotherthe dining room deal out one that cpr responds to each place card giving the women red and the men black if men are present In this way the guests will find their places at tables or part ners with whom they are to converse If refreshments are passed around the table may be further decorated at each corner with a house of balanced cards such as children delight in building and any person unfortunate enough to knock one down must build It again for the amusement of all present For prizes the shops are showing chocolate jugs water pitchers and can dIes ticks in a cream white porcelain decorated with playing cards There are too little figures of the devil stand ing on a card that are very amusing and good for booby prizes Titled New Yorker Raises Poultry Poultry raising has become the chief diversion of Lady Craven formerly Cornelia Martin of New York It Is fif teen years since the shy girl then barely sixteen years old faced a con gregation of 2000 persons in Grace church and went to the altar as the bride of the weak looking young Englishman There were many that day who predicted trouble for the child Wife but Lady Craven has been one American wife in Europe to find happiness At tie Craven estate Coombe nbbey in Warwickshire she has one of the finest collection of hens ducks geese and turkeys in England As a firstirins Caroliuas and Bahamas She also has won many firsts in the ornamental geese class with specimens of the gray Ceriopsis the white feathered Sebas- topol and the barred Magellanic The prbudesf possession of Lady Cravens poultry yard however Is the buff laced Wyandotte which she Imported from this country Lady Craven gives dote personal attention t the care of her birds tt7Leq r T it S t f 3r nd l d h IFROM GARRET r 70 Furniture present house always always WONT LET US SHOW IT TO YU1 The Winn Furniture Co BOVV4ING ALLEY yhavef Be IfSpecialdays specially set LADIES FREE FRIDAY AFTERNOON NOV 13th1 Bowling Parties Will Taken Care ori lID Whornlt May Coucero I tHe your telegrams with THE POSTAL destined- to Cincinnati 0 as we have direct wire to this point Try us once and am sure our quick service politeness will bring you back The quickest service can only be by direct wires Office BrownProctorla BOTH PHONES Yours respectfully LM BUTSCH Manager The Capitol of the Unit ed States is painted with HARRISONS READY MIXED PAINT Do esnt this seem to show that it would Be a good paint foryou to use Send for Sample Cards Baber Reeves No 9 E Broadway RawlinsStoro wants to sell you your Lard Calls- Meat Grinders Butcher Knives Also yo- urHusking Gloves Come to see me T C RAWLINS Capital 100900 Undivided Profits 160000 THE Winchester Bank 011 iVINCtlESTER KY F N H WlTHERSPOON PRESIDENT w RiSPHAR CASHIER 7 SOLICITS yo- ABBBUMfS v- 1ii t j H jjj to Cellar you need good and we can supply it Our assortment in cludes many attract ive pieces of FINE FURNITURE suited to every room in the Our stock is complete andourprices interesting YOU i tHi have apart 1 Be a I and had t l t i DotSod SIMPLY DELICIOUS SO THEY ALL SAY 9 but we want YOU M 1 to come alsothen You willsay it too iothl y c ing so invigorating and i i Warming these frostyj ilmornings as a steam J ing hot Tomato Hot J Chocolate or Hot Cof i fee at our fountain Y Martin Cook Drug Company = I rI For i 4Drugs Grapjioplicmes Kodaks I Paints Stationaryt 1Toilet I IeWinche Beth Phonos 46 p J thiiALtt1gk1iIMLtIik RUFUS RAStUS JOHNSTON BROWN WHAT YOU GOING TO DO WHEN THE SNOW COMES DOWN 1 i- 1INjiBUYAHEATERFROH I BUSH torT COINER- 4kTHE NEWS IiJU3ayear f r11t it Jn f r- g t te J 1111111 IJI i I riti fo Itt c II vnlUll THE DECREASE t t 2 t rr =Walt= i a 5 fiJr CAIrz Etfam in Engltrid poMeMe- At least one ea3c invaded mein6er r this is the opinion of an editorial afcrfjri in the Hospfti a Londos meQicalmagmne The remark ii elicited by a recent report of the feOitjinuMioner in lunacy which mm that although the number of ePitel5yt thespast few years Possibly the writer r Jtuggests the TaceM8 acquiring some ioit of immunity certain families being hcfif able to withstand an at tack that would have been fatal to alsort lons annually certified to be insane are suffering from a first attack which would intricate the efficiency- of treatment and the comparative rarity of herditary insanity The 6utlook iff regarded on the whole as rather hopeful DISCRIMINATIONj me angry com plained the young married woman is that I havto pay twice as yamine are not twice the size of his The other day I noticed on the cor j ner near usa stand with the sign IKr sent the girl with my tan ties to bet dope When she cane back the gas minus a dime instead of a nick tL She reported that the man Mid t the tan shoot were always ten cents That night I asked my hvafeand ofrexrarse ow tok me Id like to know 1 tIfoJ v eminent painter was once kedJ1 lie thou ht ast students did gto to the continent to atiicly that undoubtedly the at mosphere was more artistic in Europe than anywhere else but that Paris as a city to study and work X in was overrated To illustrate his meaning he said that a certain rich mans son after t three years in Paris wrote home to This father Ptime know at your earliest conven l In whether it was painting archi lecture or music I came to Paris to studyAnswerF a THE CAMP Lady Cook gave 500 to Mrs thqe e to be used to fight the case of Dr Julia Seton Sears who having voted in Colorado was denied a vote in New York But the Blatch faction i has nothing to do with the suf fragette faction to which Dr Sears belongs and consequently the money o designatedhave plenty of money and that ther- are plenty registration cases tha- F Lady Cook may take up if she wants to DOG FALLS ON WMAN PASSERBY While passing through the Rue des Halles the other morning Mme Catherine Noel was knocked down arid stunned by a dog which fell on her head from the fourth floor of a house in that street The dogs owner summoned before the police commissioner ex plained that his dog who was sick had been left on the balcony and must have jumped over the railing in the course ofafitParis Li b rte HIS PAST f f City Editor How did you come to weeklyApplicantI impor tanf Item of news I failed to leant that one of the leading citizens was painting his hen house I HEREDITY f babyemblerea 1 Vv3pckerIts yellJalit after its fathers college r Sun ittk6C- Y f t i rJr t k t tI Y 7r iIi U1S ij fi 4f k y JUST THE HISSING TOUCH tf 1Reflir M4htrTijiPVrhIl J st kr if eince is ht olf11 duanf iy pdkp have failsofsuccess because of their inability to make a sauce Her if something anything vc potato one reds I ePPf one shallot one celery root one clove garlic one cacptremQve seeds from the pepper peel the parsnip carrot and potato and chop all very fine Add three large bay leaves pne fourth teaspoonful each of cloves cinnamon mace and allspice Mix all together and season with salt and pepper Put in a saucepan and sprinkle well with brown sugar Bake ina quick oven and when a rich brown remove and add onehalfcup of coldwater Place on top of stove and stir and simmer for 15 minutes or until you have a rich brown syrup- S rain the sauce and bottle keep in a cool place for a couple of hours or whenyou are ready to use it A few drops for soups stews etc will give ze grand appetito RATTLING DYNAMITE AROUND y rrAmong the great variety of vehicles that now fill the thoroughfares in the frivolous Forties there is one that seems particularly out of place there and which always gives timid souls a distinct shock and fills them with a strong lire to get away from ibneighborhoodevery time they see approaching In general it resembles the ordinary delivery wagon of a bop but the signs on the front rear and both aides of ittogether with a red flag that flutters from the rear end of the wagon top Vttltc timid pedestrian with alarm hose legends bear the wont Dyna miteiv ZEAL Hey You stop that noise or Ill run you in- HUDSON TUNNELS ODOR We are approaching the entrance to the Hudson tunnel he saidas they walked along Sixth lavenue peculiar the Hudson tunnel that is all its own It has the subway beaten hol low Theres nothing like it I dont know whether it is because it goes under the Hudson river or that the Hoboken people talkso eat Press GLASS TELEGRAPH POLES In Grossalmerode a town near Cassel Germany a factory has recently been established for the man ufacture of glass telegraph and tele phone poles The glass mass of which the poles are made is strengthened by interlacing and intertwin ing with strong wire threads One of the principal advantages of these poles it is said would be their use in tropical countries where wooden poles are soon destroyed by the rav ages of insects and where climatical influences are ruinous to wood THE ONLY WAY SHowstand that girl x You can marry her hut when you have done that it will be too late for your understanding ofher to be of Soy benefit to youHoust- on PostATHLETIC PERFORMANCE So you think that a man in public life oiight to devote some time to physical culture Assurqdly Otherwise he cant hope to survive the handshaking A LOST ART f Mrs Cross Patch angrilyWhy- dont go tQ worke ap lioriest man mmum ww r 7 i It f 1tJ A q TRAIN SCHEDULE PaMepger train Itt Winchstiw M foilewi 01 OIUT Bocnr 50 Mt Daily XBnnda1Iua M 1LlfoNo a4 Daily 8 J5 pm C O Wear BOUKD No 27 DaUy Ez Sunday 622 a m No 21 Daily 803 a m No 25 Daily Ex Sunday 350 p m No 23 Daily 38pm L N SOUTH BOUND No 29 Daily Ex Sunday 855 a m No 88 Daily 11 59 a m No 9 Daily Ex Sunday 627 p m No 31 Daily 1109 p m L TST NORTH BOUND No 84 Daily 448 am No 10 Daily Ex Sunday 713 a m No 82 Daily 260 p m No 28 Daily Ex Sunday 488 p ml iL E EAST BOUND No2 Laity Ex Sunday 305p m- No4 Daily 818 am L tEe WEST BOUND No 1 Daily Ex Sunday 912 8m- No3 Dailya 520p m LEXINGTON EASTERN RY CO Time Card in Effect June 21 1908 East Bound No 2 No 4 Daily Daily Stations PM AM 735IWinchester 305 813 L E Junction 3 82620IClay City 3 902 Stanton 3581 910 Campton Junction 935 Natural 435 9 4- 3iTorrentBeattyville June 510 1017 Athpl 537 1045 0 K Junction 605 H15 A riJackson 610 1120 t Nol No3 Ko5 Westbound Dai1Y Sun Ex IDailYtl Sun Only oJI AI p IAM Lv Jackson 610 2 20 700 0 K Junc 615 225 1705 Athol 7 640 252 730 Beattyville June 707 320 7 54 Torrent 7 30 3 41 815 Natural Bridge 745 355 8 26 Campton June 748357 828 Stanton 8 15 4 26 8 54 Clay City 9 02 L E June 1191 8251435Winchester 9 4v lArLexineton lO25 THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EX CEPT SUNDAY L E JunctionTrains Nos 1 and 3 will make connection with the C 0 Ryfor Mt Sterling Campton Junction Trains Nos 1 2 3 and 4 will connect with the Mountain Central Ry for passengers to and from Campton Ky Beattyville JunctonTrainsNQs 2 and 4 will connection with the L A Railway for Beattyvillc Ky 0 K JunctionTrains Nos and 4 will connect with the 0 Railway for Cannel City Kv anL way stations W A MDOWELL Genl Mgr CHAS SCOTT G P A 17tf HAQASN GAS AND- nqlnes SIMPLE RELIABLE ECONOMICAL i r Sold Under a Positive Guarantee WRIT FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES v HAGAN GAS ENGINE S MFG CO INCORPORATED WINCH BSTEK KY DB HAMPTON Pres F CURTIS Cashl r THE M County National But M2MN STREET WinsbestenM lteDtaekyr Capital 200000 BarpluSlOOOpO Undivided Prbfita36000 wrojrKiuilMd 1885 being the old6ltBaU IB tbeclty Collections made on all poi = t and your ac counts soltcited 1 iti1i i r fir i y s f7 r J t r- i J THE1WINCBESTER 7 NEWS I The Best AdvertisingMedium s 4 i Clark County Now is the time for the f r uptodate businessman to take advantage of a golden opportunity The Merchants of Winches I ter never had the same chance before to reach the buyers Winchester and Clark county Every week day in the year ov 6 er 140Q homes in this i county receive the News f And they read it too y The management ofthe I f News before the paper t was started estimated that a 1000 circulation f 2L by Christmas would be l satisfactory At the ratei the paper is growing 2 000 will be nearer the mark The Fall and Winter trade is at hand If a Merchant does not do business now he can nev er hope to do it The Country is waking up since the election GoodItimes are ahead for us all Why not seize time by the forelock and get intoIthe columnsoftheNews The people who have money in this city read the News every evening The people who have money on theruralroutes of Clark get the News ev ery morning Advertise in k i 66 THE NEWS I and be abreast of jSThe WINCHESTERINCORPORATED NEWS C r Oi J c- I I r y 7 w4 c 1 j i4 1 IjL 4 zZ J t t 7 I c 4 I 4 4p JcItf r We eanf aillBoodThing lhatarenecessaiy J t to Mike orJ l f h CarfcPartJ a Success Aif t r fi J 4t r i2 Champignons F e1chre s 4 J i Imptd Spanish Peppers V Lobster and Potato Chips t InSure Your Guest s Good a Time by Buying Your v t Fancy Groceries from f t STOKELY R0UNSAVALL I Powder 2 Dynamite J 7 Sole agents for Red Cross Flour Prices Lard and Sausage Ferndel Pure Foods Iliase Sanborn Coffees and Teas Huylers Candy lULLS CHILDREN THEN CUTS HER OWN THROAT r TerrihSe Tragedy is Enacted By V fFrankfort Woman in De j spondency iRANKFORT Ky Nov 16Diir ing afif of despondency yesterday H afternobn Mrs Agnes Lidner aged yt towifttlower whose home is on Hamilton avenue Brooklyn cut tha throatSof ner two children ae five and Clara aged there killing them and then committing suicide y cutting her own throat tieie this 4ir was despondency as her husband had been out of work until recent ly awl the famiry had been reduced to the humblest condition TJ STATE UNIVERSITY DEFEATS INDIANIANS jWinsGanie By Score of 12toIDSY Superior Playing y LEXINGTON Ky Nov Jrtithei most stubbornly conteyted the most interesting arid froi r many stanQpoints the bet played game seen on a local gridiron in pmany years the football team of Kentucky State University defeated V the team from Roe Polytechnic In stitute Terre Haute lng Saturday afternoon The final score was 12 to 10 Kentucky made a touch 5ta Rose Poly technic kicked a goal from the field and made a touchdown with gb l1 in the eeccnd half ADESON PRIMARY QUIETEST ON RECORD VHoWhiskey and NoMoney Plan Givep Credit For Order in Se I jecting Cmineesi ichom KyzNov 16 The DenjoGratic prim lY election herd h1stforyotto th nowhiskey and nomoney iplans The winners were County Judge W Rhodes Shaetel ford County Attorney OP Jacks pt Sheriff B A McCord County Clerlrj 11 B Terrill Circut Clerk Roy G White Assessor Shelby Taylor School Superintendent John Nolancj Jiiilejr 1JB Jones Coroner C1I Smuels t TURKEYS AT 12 CENTS r SILl PSBURGJ Noy cold weather of the last 16Tivs ias not damaged anything as there Was nothing left to damage the drouth having gotten in its work head of Jack Frost Turkey buyers are plentiful and a great number of turkeys are being Bought and driven to the slaughter peItsqndare shipped East for the I Thanksgiving market The crop in- iithis county is large and heavy a 2the buyers are now paying 12 cen jt per poundon foot This will put a large sum of money in the hands of the women of the county who have worked hard to raise their turkeys I The stock sales continue with ncsfirm vr t WANTE TURKEYS tlwiU be in thernarkef foi ur- Thanksgiving anti ChristmaJurfcys ng turkeys from November 6th to 17th MyofI 9e fie will heat W C Taylor S 1jft Stdckyarns en Broadway Home honeNo 53 East Tenn No 74 M1Before selling get my prices E RENAKER AGTa it lI36t r Phirbsophlc t whatSfJm4ilt rt Frc Press r wi T t fl y iy f Jt f i tir7 r Asparagus Tips Maraschino Cherries Salted Almonds Mints oiAll Kinds and Colors ti THE MARKETS J CINCINNATI CATTLE MARKET IS STEADY CINCINNATI 0 Nov 14ReI tIts and shipments of live sfpcl at hdayV Cattle 0eceintstohipments5 u6OSteers extra 500 good to ch6ic6 4354855 common to fair 3255 25 heifers extra 435450 good fa iairj 400 good to choice 315375 common to fair 125310 canners tli3OO36O350375 j milcljj cows good tt s e1sCalves675700 fair to ood 325 2 650 common and large 300r625 DcBogslower good to choice packeis and butchers 5956iOO three carlbadf packicommon to choice heavy fat OWf 35053o light shippers 465fr 525 pigs 110lbs and less 350 a 460 Sheeo Steadv extra 340 ii 350 good to choice 285325 commoh to fair 109275 Lambs Quiet and steady extra 3 535540 good to choice 475 a 25 common tovfair 350 465r i v CHICAGO MARKETSc CHICAGO Nov 14CattleRe ceiptg about 700 Steady Beeves 0O76Qstpckerslaudheifers 160540 calves 550 775 HocsTReceints about 22 000 5 h10cm liXCl605 rough 535 555 good toschoice heavy 5555605 pigs 400 r510 bulk of shies 5605 o95 SheepReceipts about 2500 Steady Natives 250460we ern 250450 yearlings 425 490 hvus 375615 western 375OIOt fj0 CHICAGO Nov 14The wheat market opened easy today owing to a c decliue at Liverpool but quick comjIlliwas reports ddi tional rains in Argentine Decero ber opened unchanged to 4c lower at103 to 103Y1 and sold up tc l031h Range of Futures Theleiuling futures ranged as f- ws l Jo WHEAT Open Big newls 1034 1 03NJa 07 4 L July Vlbl 10rv H rLgy Close Dec new 1 03K Iavi v V0714 1 07 Jiily 7 i 01 1 oij CORN Open High Dec i C 2W 63 rhiy J 6238 63 Jul 6238 62 ii 6 l trLi LOW Cb sc VIJ 31ly pt 62 71 62 13 WINCHESTER ROLLER MULLS The bldest mid best institution in the county is the Winchester Roller Usv Why not use borne flour1the best made Kerr Perfection antl WHite fPeiirF4lQUC baa no equal l f jih tii i ofh I 1f1 t r yoql QY CROWD BBOWNPROCTORIA LoBB- YLa1ieP Protests and Asks faientsito K Home As bisaccommcdate Guests i Editor of The Winchester NwsVin chester Ky I know ofIto better medium parentsfhrough the columns of your paper md Iam therefore sending this com publicatiQnThe Proctorja Hotel is for the guests of he hotel and adult citizenship of his county Most every night and specially on Sunday mVht the lobbv 3 crowded with young boys ranging rom twelve to eighteen years ofage vho practically take possession ois he lobby and drive the guests of tho youngsoyahairs and guests or those in there ri busiessare compelled to stand r else retire to their rooms or par ors upstairs Ihave requested these oung men on numerous occasions ot to loaf in and crowd the lobby ut they repeatedly returned arid ig ore my request Last night I was compelled to re u est some of them to leave the remises so as to get space arrd airs for the guests of the house iis is a disagreeable duty for me perform but as manager of the tel Iam compelled to provide ac and comfort for om 11cstsmidthose with whom they hltye business dealings xlt seems that the young men will not tay away upon my request so I am ow writing this io appeal to the reats to see that their children are pt aAvayfrom the hotel and thus reyent them from lounging around and loafing in the lobby and upon premises I feel that if this mat is calleidto the attention of the parents that they will be willing to sit me in keeping their sons away Yours very truly w WOODSON MOS- ManagerBrownProctoriax Hotel 4 TURKEYS 13 CENTS ON FOOT MT STERLING Ky NoV 16i Cattleman and farmers are in fine spirits over the rains which have fallen over this county during the past weeki Corn shucking still goes merrily on and bushel after bushel is beiiipcrib bed in good shape Different prices are being paid 3 to 325 judged in the field and 350 when delivered with some picked corn at 385 In some places early corn is yielding 6Va o 7 bushels per shqck lich is exceptionally good Fodder of early planting is good and has been selUn at 25 cents per shock Late corn did not vield well furnishing in most instances only nubbins Turkeys Being Slaughtered A great many turkeys are being slaughtered here and the market hrh 13Cenlts being paid on foot tin Tcarcitywill hold for the Christmas market when they are confiderijt they will get 15 cents for the birds I Human Voice Carried Far The voice of a man has been knowi o carry three miles through a 20foo trumpet S OPERA HOUSE 21Saturday he Howard = Dorset Company Supporting FLORA DORSET AfternoonMaud MulIerI ightFor His Brothers Sake POPULAR PRICES I 1aa51aoaTHEBESTI INSURANCE IS THE CHEAPEST IF you are not insured N Find our office at once WRite or phone for rates and termsSEfore Insurino ssee us WE ARE lHEBESTI JOUETrS INSURANCE AGENCY SknpsoffBuHiflng Seth Phones 71 Conkwrillt Transfer nd Ice CDI CrzlisMandItW and Hgln Fiw litton BKIW Etc i tIediItY N0ifJrtcfli JUm Stmi ith 1iii f + i 1fl Jzvtiir r r s J UJ5 tit 7S Thanksgiving will be here Soon iE i and all ofus are getting readyt Eat the Festive Turkey The Housewife5T r is beginning to t take stock of her China and Dinnerware in prepraationfor the family dinner We have some thing special that every one shou1d beforesee making any purchases 55Reed the next coulmnjof this ad t tisemeiit j ECTONlFURNITUR UNDERTAKING Auditorium Skating every Afternoon an- dEvening The season has fairly opened tl wand crowds arc attending the rink daily heBest Skating Rink in the Blue Grass I withan upto date floor and plenty of room to move around All who desire to Nwillthe morning or between session Auditoriu 1 I Always the samesome times better Brown Proctoria Hotel Wood on Moss Manager I The best in the State for the moneysI k GILBERT B8TT0 FOR Fresh S Cured Meats I Fish Vegetables Country Produce BOTH PHONES OPERA HOUSE BLOCK t HIGH GRADE PHOTOGRAPHY Remember that Irghfgrade r t 8 and portraits make appropriate Jonas thEnrush daring the holidayiT Ci i rJ VJli i it 4 1 3l 5i r tr y ru rwaGRI OL YCOSl- I ENGLISH PORCELA- INDINNERWARE VICTOR GOLD TRACED 1 5ILIGHT IN WEIGHT HANDSOME IN SHAPE- BEAUTIFUL IN FINISH DAINTY IN DECORATION STRONG DURABLE AND INEXPENSIVE We consider this new pattern one of the best values we have shown CAN SUPPLY I OPEN STOCK OR COMPLETE SEI f f LIME WILL NOT COOK TURKEY but unless it is of good quality itS will cool the goose of theman who wants to mate a gbqd job of btijld iug or repairing If you have work of that kind planned better come here for your building iiiaterials like otherwise builders Better be sure at the start than sorry after vards The WINNMARTIN COAL8SUPPLYCO INCORPORATED PROFESSIONAL CARDS JOUETT L JOUETT Aneys At Law Winchester Ky J M STEfiSONS Attorney At Law 60 S Main Si Winchester Ky BECKNER BECKNER Attorneys At Law Winchester Ky PENDLETON BUSH BUSH AltorneysAt Lav 60S Main St Winches r Ky DR W CVrlORT1INGtONt Office hours 10 to 12 a m 2 t- opmandito8prn 3 w phone 432 Residence 633 51 N Main St Winchester Ky Few of Us fe Eou T As uer i r o e o1 it rc i CiAsswIDADVERTISING Oneiialf cent per word jwr inser r- tion5 cents per calendar mouth v Nothing counted less than 20pwords No item charged on books for less than 25 cents NcticeL G Howard of Mt Sterling and J P Humph esofjthis city have opened a grocery Corner No 2 W Broadway m1 you will find there at flU timesgro ceries and the best fruits and vfeg etables money can bIY Purex- y penses are small therefore you get pthsGieiisatrial HOWARD IIU1PHSRE z 11162 FOR SALEj Barber shopfive cliauv respectlatestt cityGood ApplyGZ 9toBOSWELL Phone 405y + 1156tI preparedtoshirt waists and childrensdrss making a specialty Call at 234S Highland street MRS J C LAE- Y1019lmo WANTED Tally and dinner cards to paint For particulars call No 208 Home phone or 115 College street1029lmo IORSALE4Nice lot of Maple trees at a easonable price Phone 818 A ROBERT E FOX 17tSfourroomjBoCtage i on East Broadway piped for gas cistern on porch MRS JA AMSET 11163fc FOR RENTTwo new rooms attlie- corner of Burns and LdngLii avenues Gas and electric liglils Apply to T W Brock Burns and Lexington averiues 11114 FOR SALECottageof 4ro6th corner Burlis avenue and B kit street WP AZBILL 11131 Jio FOR SALEA 10gauge Parser shotgithCostcondition J W CHAMBERS 1113Gt SALE OR EXCHANGE I have Va house value 2500 that is now and has been for fifteen years used inflochwoodchange for other real estate LEE WAINSCOTOVr 11134t LOST Between Scrivener Bresson Main street and WinhMartin Coal Supply Company on Broadway a fur scarf lined with white satin Return to this office 1114tft i iti FOR RENT Two houses N TV TAYLOR 11123 tUncle Eben uA heap p men said Uncle Sbsn sits a reputation fob great wisdom ydoesyph own ignunqe foh not comprehends I in deir explanations Washington Star J Now Is the T1mSAs this is an 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 wishSyou 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 times get good and we are very busy for then you will have to paYi more and wait longer for your work 4l I The above is especially directed to the Agrictil f 1 turalist and is applicable to Manufacturers who are waiting forthe good times that are sure to come soOn after the holidays r Do not put it off because it is small We do nofe like small jobs when we are busy Yurnow how that is yourself i 1Remcmheryou do not have tQg o to Cincinnati I or Louisville for Drawings Blue Prints or Specifica SteelSemiteelJjj Meta1CastingsS av ftf We are agents for Structural Ste1ofallshapes lIpidsizes 0 4tEagle Gastirig t i aa t t l riI r f 1t ri1J tA 44sy t tr o i f C itt tJC IJ t r j o