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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 4 f t fI r1 I t t f VL 1 t f Last Edition I wtr IVOL NO 76 WINCHESTER KY MONDAY CENTS A COPY 19 CENTS H W f 4 I CITY MAY PURCHASE THE COURT VIEW HOTEL PROPERTY Mayor Joshes Thinks it Would Make Ideal City Hall SiteMatter Will be Presented at Next of The City Couiil Ever since the fire that destroyed the Court View Hotel Thursday morn ing it has been rumored that an effort would be made to get the city to purchase the property and build a city building on the site A reporter for The News calledon the Mayor at his office Monday morn ing to find out if there was anything in the report and found the Mayor very much in favor of it He said the idea occurred to him the morning it burned and he had asked a good many of our leading citizens for their opinion on the matter and found all of them to be very much in favor of it The matterwill probably be brought up at the next meeting of the City Council and if it meets with the ap proval of the councilmen a committee will be appointed to take the matter f up and to confer with the property owners as to the price of the lot and the conditions under which they could purchase it Mayor Hughes said that the rent that the city is now paying for the different buildings they occupy would almost paythe interest on the bonds that would have to be issued to build a building of their own The building would include the Mayors office and all other city offi cials offices police court room coun cil chamber fire department and city jailSMALL BOY HAS 1NARROW ESCAPE J Horse Falls Through Culvert With Morgan Adkinson on Back Special to The News- OWINGSVILLE Ky Jan 11 Morgan Adkuison the small son of Jeff Adkinson while riding yesterday bytaIlingsank through until only his head and neck remained above ground The boy escaped with a few bruises but the horse had to be taken out of the culvert with ropes which required several men It was found that the horse also had not sustained injuries COLORED WOMAN IS j ACQUITTED BY JURY Lula Johnson Charged With Murder Freed on Saturday j Afternoon The jury in the case of Lula Johnson colored charged with the murder of NannieCaywood her sister inlaw returned a verdict late Sat urday afternoon of acquittal on the grounds of selfdefense The trouble which led to the killing of the Cay wood woman arose over an argument about the ownership of a sewing ma chine that was in the possession of the Johnson woman The Caywood woman tried to take the machine from the home of Lula Johnson and attacked her witha chair and while in the act of beating her over the head the her under the left arm with a razor from the effects of whichshe bled to death The killing occurred at Ford last summerSt LEXINGTON ASTERN PAY CAR IN CITY Ttailrpad Company Leaves About 500 Among Its Employes Here The pay car for the Lexington and Eastern Railroad Company passed through this city Monday morning distributing about 500 among its em J ployes in this city MrJ I Dinelli leaves on Tuesday for St Marys College r rr r ir i nl 1ll i c rE l j t f jtr LARGEST CIRCULATION jNAYiNCHESTER AND CLARK COUNTY tIlE f WINCHESTER NEWS 1 JANUARY 11x1909 2 Meeting Johnsorivoman- cut INDOOR BASEBALL GAME TO NIGHT Town and College lames VJJill Line Up at the Auditorium in First Game I Tonight the people of Winchester are to have an opportunity to see their first game of indoor baseball This game is having a greater popu larity this year than ever before In tie East it is superceding all the other games The latest development is that Christy Mthewsou the great New York twirler has organized a team of all star players and is touring the Eastern States with it Thafthis increased popularity is deserved will be the opnii4n of our people after having seen the first genre It has all the dash and swing that the out door game has and will prove just as interesting and fascinating few nights ago a game was played InICincinnati and drew a crowd of 1500 tRepresent Town and College The two teams that will line up against each other will represent tbp town and the college The teams have put in some faithful practice for this game and will move fast from start to finish The players are en thusiastic over the game and see in it great possibilities of developing team play und speed Captained By Cram The town team captained by feuilshows a good knowledge orIli game and are picked to win the first game but the material tobe picked from the college promises to develop into a more finished team with more prac tieThe rpoters will be divided into two sections those representing the college will be lined uu aroundthe right side of the gallery while the town sympathizers will occupy the left You will be known bv your po sition at the game A neutral stand will be provided at either end Game One of Series This games is but one fa series that will be played all winter between these teams A banner or pennant wll go to the team having thEY greater number of games wn oto their cred it when the season closes in the spring The receipts from the series will be divided between the town and College teams The town team will apply their share to the expenses of the Winches ter Blue Grass League Baseball team and the college men will devote their earnings to pay off the balance of the debton the Athletic Field Line Up As Follows The line up of the teams will probably be as follows Town College Proctor P Rosser Duty C Eagle Jim Phillips F B T Hunt Crain capt S C Prof Moore Clay McGuire T B AitMn Pete Campbell R S S Stone Todd L S S Caldwell Benton R F Henry Moore L F J Hunt Line Up Still Uncertain This is liable to change especially on the part of the college line up as there are so many men trying fQr poI sitions that the team will not be def initely selected until after the final practice tonight- A large number of ladies is desired It will make a faster game If yonI are a baseball enthusiast you can rot afford to miss this game It is liasebill If you are not a baseball enthusiast come anyway It will mme one of you and you idiowthat you onght tobe Come Your neighbors and friends will be there looking for you Dont disappoint them The boys need your presence The col lege and the Winchester Pennant Winning Baseball team need your money CAPT TAYLOR IN CITY Capt Ed Taylor was in the cityd Monday visiting some of hisold friends and customers Heis now the sole agent for the Dutchfess skirts Tthroug1i I t f sw t MOUNT ETNA AND PEASANTS AT MESSINA When the great earthquake destroyed Messina Regio and many other towns in Sicily and Calabria the residents of Catania and Taormina feared an eruption from Mount Etna and thousands of people fled frorn the section surrounding the volcano All the volcanoes In the earthquake zone became more or less active but Stromboli which is in the Lapari islands waS the only one that did much damage RHODES SCHOLA- RTAKESHIS LIfE Clarke Howell Tandy Aged 26 Com v mits Suicide in Now Jersey- LEXINGTON Ky Jan 11Clrirke Hqwcli Tandy aged 2L Years themrrt4 JJfcJ first Rhodes scholar from Kentucky graduate1 of State University winner of the Patterson Literary Society medal and the Kentucky Intercollcg ate Oratorical Contest of 1903 neph ew of Dr F H Clarke 410 West Second street this city and one of the most brilliant young men Ken tucky has produced was found dead in his rooms at Lawrenceville N J early yesterday morning Intelligence of the death which has cast a glpom over many was communicated to Dr Clarke by telegram yesterday morning from Dr S J McPherson headmaster of the Law renceville Preparatory School the telegram merely stating that the young professor had been found dead in his room and asking for instructions as to the disposition of the body Dr Clarke ordered the body shipped here and it will arrive tomorrow Story From Lawrenceville LAWEENCEVILLE N J Jan 11 Clarke H Tandy 26 yearn old Pro fessor of Greek and Latin at Law renceville Preparatory School a native of Hopkins ille was found dead in bedyesterday with a bulletin his brain The body will be shipped to Ken tucky today Dr Simon J McPher son tread master of the school said no cause is assigned to why the pro fessor should desire to die Hard Working and Studious Dr McPherson says the young man was hard working and studious dur ing almost all his spare time Dr McPherson met Tandy just after his graduation from Oxford England last June having won his way byImeans of a Cecil Rhodes scholarship The head master took a special pride in the ability of his protege The Kentuclyian was present at a party Saturday night in the Hamill House one of the school dormitories The young professor had become not ed as a wit since his advent into the institution in September and those at the party last night say his brit liancy brightness and happiness out shone even old optimistic heads He cent to his room which is located in the building where he was being entertained shortly before mid night Death apparently had been in stantaneous BLOWS DOWN SMOKESTACK The high wind of Sunday noon blew the top off the smokestack at the Mansfield flour mills necessitating the closing of the mill for a day or two until repairs can be mage y 1 f 1 CHANGES AT r POST OFFICE Congested Business Renders it Nec essary to Use Broadway En trance Some The increased siness of the Win= chester ostoffice renders it necessary t seev ryiimhi ofpic illtIt i gested quarters To facilitate the service some changes will be wader The rural carrier service alsothe city carrier service will in the future be conducted through the Broadway entrance to the postoffice All of the carriers entering and depjlf1inlbm- that entrance On Sundays and hol idays the patrons of tlit rural car Hers also the city carriers will be served from the Broadwav side in place of on Main street The public will necessarily be put to some inconvenience until the government building is completed DISTRICT ATTORNEY ON OFFICIAL BUSINESS Hon George M Davidson Visits City on Account of Suits Against Government Hon Geo M Davidson assistant district atorney for he Eastern Kentucky District was here Monday on official business Suits have been en tered by several partiesin this coun ty to recover damages from the gov ernment caused by the overflow of water the resultof putting in dams on the Keutiieky river The governmenfdqes noE pfay dam ages but ddes pay for land that is occuPied for public use Mr Dav that the prices claimed for the land covered by water are in excess of the actualvalue The cases are to be called in the United States Court at Richmond Ky January 25th I MADISON COUNTY COUPLE MARRIED HERE Mr C S Hamm and Miss Effie Mae Scrivener United By Rev op CJiandJer Mr C S Hamm and Miss Effie Mae Scrivener both of Madison county secured a marriage license jn this city Saturday afternoon and were married in the County Clerks office by Rev 0 J Chandler of the Metho dist church Iminediatefrafter the ceremonies the h4pbycouplexleft for their home in Madison county where they will at once begin housekeeping liMonday Da left tone BeachJ Flai r ii i i j d t4i UNION MEN ARE OF ONE OPINION Federal Council Meets Monday af Vashington Will Discuss Wright Decree Washington Jan 11 One76fthe most important assemblages in the history of union labor in the United States is the meeting today of the ex ecutive council of the American Federation of Labor called to cpnBider the sentencing of three leaders of union men to jail for contempt of courtJust what action the federation will take in the cases of Samuel Goinpers its president Frank Morrison its sec retary and John Mitchell its second vice president is not definitely known It is safe to say however that a vigorous protest will be made against the imposition of the jail sentence pronounced by Judge Wright of the District of Columbia supreme court All the lr bor leaders gatheredhere- for the meeting repeated their former declarations that the sentences were unjust and in contravention of the rights of free speech guaranteed by the federal constitution None of them would forecast in advance the JOHN MITCHELL Former President of the United Mine Workers action of the council but they were unanimous in the opinion that the language to be used would be forcible In connection with the meeting of the federation council there will be held at the department of commerce and labor the conference of important labor leaders prominent publicists and directors of big industries to consider several questions of importance throughout the country called by Secretary Straus Subjects to Be Considered Some of the subjects which will probably be considered are The prevention of the dissemination of misleading information in Euro pean countries concerning the de mands for labor in the United States The making more effective the divi sion of information in the work of locating immigrants who come to this countryThe problem of the unemployed during periods of financial depression such as the Country experienced in the last year- Secretary Straus said he believed that such a meeting would be produc tive of great good to the commercial and industrial interests of the coun try CURLERS MEET TODAY Big Bonspief at t Paul Will Be At tended by Crack Players St Paul Jan tlThe bonspiel of theNorthwestern Curling association which will begin here today and con tinue all week will be the largest honspiel ever heldbythat association The greatest array of players of the ancient Scotch game of curling that ever gathered together outside of a few of the Canadian bonspiels both in point of number and playing abil spielGOldvaluable prizes will be awarded to the successful wielders of the besom and stane Battleships at Naples Naples Jan llThe United States battleships Connecticut Kansas Minnesota and Vermont under Rear Admiral Sperry the commander of the Atlantic fleet arrived here anchoring between the Italian battleship Ben detto Brin and the cruiser San GIor- gio Antitoxin Proves Fatal Chicago Jan 11 Eleven colored children of whom one has died are said to have become violentlyTrtck as the result of the administration of diphtheria antitoxin by a city phy flciaiL 3i x n iita1 r o r R WEATHER l CIelring Colder Tonight Tuesday Fair Colderin Cen I tral and East Portion TWENTY FIVE- MISERS lDMA I 4fJtEscapes vf tuquoin TIt Jan 11A disa trous 9 Htheirters famous colliery at Zeigler Aa spark from a trolley pole of an elec itric motor coming in contact with 1 pocket of gas is assigned as tom cause of the explosion V The Americans killed by the explosion include Willis Warner and AI l bert Kerr foremen James Patter ry son Joe Richardson Fred Morgan Jl O Erans Gilbert Jones Joe Tatej4 James Philipps John Cassay Aaro t Jereoll Thomas Hubbard Cebe Puckr1 et and Charles Smothers Mr Leiter personally conducted the first relief party that descended into the mine to recover the bodies rbilone survivor of the explosion was an Italian youth whp escaped unhurt An expert who had been experi menting with the gas in the mIneS ZG Zeigler left Wednesday confident that he had placed the mine in safscondition to be operated The men entombed were engaged in clearing away the debris caused by i the recent fires in the mine and It was expected that the operations would be resumed this week after r two months suspension The bodies taken from the mine are badly burned and identification is difficult Twentysix men entered the mine on the night shift and the names of the victims are taken from the payroll The explosion was peculiar Nb noise or shock was heard or felt ati v the opening of the shaftsonly a ptitti of smoke LAWYERS HONOR TAFT 5 Presidentelect to Be Guest at Bart quet Tonight Augusta Ga Jan llAs a sort oC prelude to the great doings at Atlanta Friday of this week Augusta wfll Ion ain at dinner tonight its distfor v v temporary fellow townsman Presidentelect Taft Mr Taft will be the guest of the Augusta Bar association at its annual banquet Numbered among the guests will be most of the prominent r Sfjdents of the city and surrounding r country REPAIRS TEETH TO h REFORMCRIMINALOperate on Workhouse Inmates t Cleveland 0 Jan 11 Promlneflfc criminologists and alienists througlK out the country are interested in 8tiexperimental work of Dr Henry TJp son a neurologist of this city Wy believes that criminal instincts a well as many nervous disorders uMireven insanity are caused in numeroor instances by defective teeth Dr 1Tp son has already produced marked beneficial effects upon patients at the r Newburg insane asylum by siajJ 4 dental operations Y Arrangements have been made Iff which Dr Upson will during the coming week begin e perimestrw- upon prisoners at the workhcmxu The Xray machine is used to determine whether or not the teeth airItheir roots are defective This tear also develops any pressure of tic = roots on the various nerves leaifar 4 from the mouth tq the brain Dr Tffr son bases his belief upon the theofjr that insanity and crime are corf lateij Search For Cheneys Body Messina Jan llSoon after tlwfcr larrival here a detachment of saidfrom the Yankton were set to want J at the task of recovering the JIMof the American consul Arthur ft Cheney and his wife buried miir t the ruins of the Aniericanconsz Soldiers whbav been enraged tthe work und dhectfr on of Ma jpr Landis succeeded fn remevlag tht broken walls of an adjoining bniMfiijp that had fallen on top of the camuiii ate reachjng the third floor ft t which the body of a man was take Night Riders In Jail Jackson Tenn Jan 11 The ifc night riders sentenced to deatk at t Union City and two others senteaodd t to 20 years In the State penitemttiflr 1 have been placed Im jail liere at will be held itt dose conSnemt 1 iwait the t1gaot h slats irrs16 court whic Will meet in thfti 1 tailf g i 4 f t r 0 c n I tl r tt l J I o jdaqs2C 0 itxs f IiDiup OUT THE STAG YA Deer Take In Englands Old est Deer Park BOUNDED UNTIL HE GASPS 3The Game Animal Is Mercilessly Driven Hither and Yon Through Lake and Wood Until He Falls Exhausted Though Undaunted Parts of certain great parks in Eng J1ndsuch as Eridge park the oldest leer park in the kingdom are kept practically wild in their original forest ifftate while near to the castle is the ijmltivated home park Eridge park theonlyate1I1aere deer taking with hounds is still tarried on Eridge park once formed part of the royal chase It still retains itfce wild beauty it then had although mere are more than seventy miles of lorely drives in it not counting those Nit the home park Deer taking is entirely different from Ier hunting The object is to take the animals alive so that they may be jtransferred to the home park to be fat tened and eventually turned into yen Jon The sport is by no means as tame as 3t sounds A seven to nine year old used deer is an awkward customer to tackle He is powerful agile and well arimed with antlers and hoofs When there is to be a deer taking at JEridge park the meet is planned for 11 D Clock at the park keepers house JTfce underkeepers with fresh hounds jjure scattered through tike park to head 3Rff the stag should he come their way The underkeepers having spread itfcemselves over the park the park keeper with tile field those follow jpg mounted and on foot set oft to 3fd a deer which looks ready for fat taoing purposes Having selected one Otis the work of the keeper to get him jfcparated from the rest and then to JfUp his hound and set after him as ijkrd as we can gallop The pace of jceorse is tremendous and as rabbit juries abound the risk of a fall is even getting or rather a trifle of odds on the certainty of our taking a toss F jto our deer bounds away with his onierfnllyeasy elastic movements lie makes for the wildest part of the park expecting to escape his pursuers In one place after another he is met hetiith hidden keepers and fresh hounds foary the lakes With open mouth aad tongue outharigmg he plunges a jpopd fifteen feet into the water and jwims for the opposite bank Gasp Ing and tiring he lands on what he- hopes is freedom from his pursuers 5But alas no Yet another fresh hound 1 after him What can he do He is fcw pumped with his already hard bUrst to face the hill before him He turns around and tears down through the bracken with a hound on eaChsIde of him ready to pull him JUrfra if they get but half a chance xta dingdong race under trees through bogs and bracken up and iJown dells and breaks smashing head 4oag through everything anything to teach the shelter of the friendly i abater once again With a mighty jlpeingftue is In again For a moment sere Is breathing space for now the offireJ Jb Jt 1tnipidaie of the lake Away he graceful movement of his J jnfoblelfeaS glancing all around at his yarflfwers Jut with his mind fixed on IChestheaaorejpvt tJgonjUie bank t t tihr rCr4 Again he makes an effort to baffle and leave behind those clinging hounds that would bear him down And now two great hounds are stretching themselves out to their utmost pace Side by side they race after their tiring quarry in another minute they will have him The stag however man ages to make a spurt though he is now stiffening rapidly and just reaches some park palings surrounding the big lake In an instant he has turned on his pursuers and with head down and up raised fore leg he is prepared to fight to the death A hound rushes in but In a twinkling he is on his back hurled away like a piece of wood This checks the other hound which dodges and bays around the stag Seeing that things are now getting a bit too warm for him the stag suddenly turns round and smashing the pal ings like match wood finds himself again in the icy water of the big lake thisIlength threequarters of a mile and then lands at the far end while we follow on the shore He swims till his feet touch the ground and stands fac rug us All we can do now Is to end the situation as speedily as possible A keeper deftly throws a rope with a loose knot over the stags antlers In a moment four burly keepers are haul Ing him out by the ropes It Is now a slow march to his feeding ground in the house park Slowly the procession moves never a slackening of the rope or the hold on the antlers Through the gate dividing the parks he IS Drought an unwilling prisoner though undaunted This ends the deer taking Town and Country Xerer think that intellect is nobler than the heart that knowledge is greater than love Not so A thou sand times noFrances Power Cobbe Grote and His Wife The wife of the historian Grote must have been an extraordinary wo man She rode without a saddle she was not afraid to put off in a boat without a man and she was plucky enough to marry her lover without permission and return home without saying a word about it Sydney Smith described this lady and her lord in his happy fashion I do like them both so much for he is ladylike and she is a perfect gentleman Sartorial Monstrosities There are men we meet every day who take such sartorial liberties as almost drive one to despair We have to tolerate such monstrous combina tions as brown boots and frock coats silk hats and lounge suits and frock coats and bowlers and we are even nerving ourselves to the expectation ofseeIng kilted highlander in a silk topper London Outfitter Practical- A young man has telegraphed me that he has just wedded my daughter I hope hes a good practical man I guess he is He wired me col lect Kansas City Independent Reached Too Far Yes said the bankrupt host my fortune reaching for an Ideal Very interesting And what was your ideal A bigger fortune than I had Philadelphia Ledger Desirable Contributions Bulzerpennster told me that the best magazines were clamoring for his contributions Knolorham No won dsLippincotts Ambition like a torrent iteer looks back Ben Jonson 7 It 4 t 1 t i i TRAIN SCHEDULES CHESAPEAKE Eastbound OHIOA So 26 Daily Ex Sunday 842 a m- Yo 22 Daily 1157 a m No 28 Daily Ex Sunday 630 pmNo 24 Daily 925 pm Westbound No 27 Daily Ex Sunday 622 amNo 21 Daily 803 am No 25 Daily Ex Sunday 250p mt No 23 Daily 438 p m LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE r Southbound No CinclnnatiKnoxville lo cal 10 00 a m No 33 =CincinnatiJacksonr411e- limited 1057 a m V No MaysvilleStanford1 local with Cincinnati conection at Paris arrives at C 32 departs at635 pi ml No 31 CincinnatiAtlanta limited 1123 p mrNurthboundI No 34 AtlantaCmc innati limited 506 a m No StarifordMaysville local qonecting at Paris for Cincinnati 723 a m No 38 KnoxvilleCincinnati lo cal arrives 250 departs 253 p m No 32 Jaek49nvilleCincmnati limited 5 45 p m All of these trains will stop at Winchester also ate all daily exceptM Mos 9 and 10 which are daily es cept Sunday EXINGTON EASTERN BY CO Time Card in Effect June 21 1908 East Bound No 2 No 4 IDailStations w Lexington 2 25 735 Winchester 305 81 L E Junction 320 821 Clay City 350 902 Stanton 358 91 Campton Junction 430 93k Natural Bridge 435 943 Torrent 47I 951 Beattyville June D 101 Athol 537 04 111hrJackson Noll NoSj No5 Westbound DailvJDaily Sun Exl Sun Only TAMTPMJAM- jv Jackson 6 10f 2 20 700 0 K June 615 225 1705 Athol 640 252 730 Beattyville June 707 320 754 Torrent 7 30 3 41 8 15 Natural Bridge 745 355 820 Campton June 748 357 8 2t StantonI 815 426 854 Clay City i 825 435 902 L E June 00 07 931 Winchester 19 15 20 945 ArLexin ton 55 05 11025 THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EX CEPT SUNDAY L E nctionTrains Nos 1 and 3will make connection with the C 0 Ry for MJ Sterling Campton JunctionTrains Nos 1 2 3 and 4 will connect with the Mountain Central Ry for passengers to and from Campton Ky Beatt vi1le Junction Trains Nos 2 and 4 will conhection with the L d A Railway for Beattyville Ky 0 K JunctionTrains Nos 3 and 4 will connect with the 0 K Railway for Cannel City Ky and way stations W A MpOWELL Genl Mgr CHAS SCOTTG P A 17tfl Let Us D- oYour Plumbing IF YOU WANT IT DONE RIGHT In our work we are way past the experimental stageWe not guess at how things should be done we know I As to prices we also know youll not object GRANT WTTft CO 30 North Mainz Advertise In The News IJOB PRINTING I l Our Plant is equipped with the latest tat duties to turn out the best of Job v Work I Our Business has increased materially in the past month It is growing steadily from day to day People who never patronized this office before are bringing their work here Nothing Is Too Large for us to handle Nothing is too small topre- vent our giving it the J very best of attention We Have the Bst Plant in Eastern Kentucky All work is carefully talon care ofand Jobsare turned out of jfis office the day they are proms ised 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 part of Kentucky All We AsK from any one is a single ttialIfwe do not satisfy you we will not urge you to come again THE VVINCHESTER NEWS COtINCORPORATED S retain Si = Winchester 4 OB PRINTING 1 r- ri t THE Wi il liisTER NEWS u PageSJ1r POST AMONG THE RATIONS YV r Outy ff Every Citizen to Maintain and lIncrease Americas Proud J Position America is the throne of the world On her e st is the greatest ocean of the present on her west is the greatest ocean of the future on her south the greatest of gulfs on her north the greatest of lakes She worldrfin material things she can lead the march of the nations io1 spiritual things writes Senator Albert J Beveridge in Appletons Magazine Let MB do both With more schools where the learning of man is taught more churches where the wordof God is preached more nerve and brain and pure resolve than all the world combined let us keep the lead ership that now is ours and captain mankind to the practical realization of humanitys highest hopes PRESIDENT JACKSONS RETORT The IrishAmerican humorist did not appear in literature before the time xCjf the civil war though when the occasion called for a remark that would outlast more pompous expressions he generally said some thingThat enriched the language It was the son of an Irishmnn Presi dent Andrew Jackson who when his secretary of state Van Buren proffered him unaskedadvice as to how the president should receive a visiting foreign nobleman replied paternally Van I once knew a man in Ten nessee who made his everlasting fortune by minding his own business The humor here is not very subtler but the speech was intendedrather to be effective than amusingThe Sunday Magazine PICTURESINO PLACE FOR An incident in which humor and pathos were combined occurred in the Italian settlement of Philadel phia the other day after a mission worker had handed a little Italian child a picture card Here little girlsaid the woman you can take this home and hang it on the wall of r your home ffWe has no walls in our room childJ said the worker looking amazed r Thats right There are five fam I flies in the room where we live one in each corner andwe live in the middle of the room so you see we hanganYthingonPhiladelphia QUITE PROBABLE It is evident that the young man who writes the news item in the Wlllowby Times wishes always to be on the safe side and exercise due cau ItlionWhen Mr Lemuel Hawkins en tered the bedroom on the ground floor of his farmhouse one day last week wrote the careful newsgath erer Tie found that a cow probably astray had made her way there from the open doorYouths Com panion BUGSEYE VIEW Bill BugHi Here comes another one 01 them blamed automobiles VTHE EDITORS SALLY City EditorWhat do you mean by saying in this robbery story that Brown was knocked down and relieved of hundred dollars Were you ever rbJbed yourself New Reporter No sir CityEditorThat accounts for it If Ycudbeen robbed you wouldnt describe the loss of a hundred dollars AS a relief HIS RECORD Tommy mIott You told Dora Hope that you had refused me at least half a dozen times What a whopper I Lotta Qu pta whopper either Dont yourremember that you proposed to mevsix times last Thursday evening v v d f FAD OF THE MOMENT The Interesting and Absorbing New Fashion of SilhouettePhotography- G3rre old chests and out of the way corners are being ransacked these days for ssilhouette pictures of ances tors These relics of other years are being remounted touched up and re framed in dull silver or mahogany and given places of honor on the walls of the living room But the up to date THE PHOTO SlfcHOXTETTE girl goes the old timers one better and has taken up the latest cult that of silhouette photographs- The usual method of taking a silhouette photograph is to have your subject sit or stand in profile against the sunlight The camera is then focused upon the sitter in the usual way and directly in the face sun The operation can windowi carried out very nicely at a which faces directly toward the sun at some time of the day The result is a solid black picture of the subject which is frequently very striking in its resemblance and life like character The great advantage of this method is that an amateur pho greatsuccesslie is almost certain to obtain a finelsilhouette photograph The work of the window and some article of furniture standing near it may be utilized to make an artistic setting for the portrait Another very effective method of making a silhouette photograph is to place the subject in front of a strong arc light with a large white sheet be hind the light This method requires more appara tus but Is absolutely certain to pro duce a good result The reason why a silhouette picture gives such an er cellent likeness depends upon a few simple truths which are not always borne in mind The profile of the face shows rigid and unvarying outlines by which we can always recognize n person whereas the expression of th full face is a very varying and subtle thing which can rarely be caught with absolute fidelity by the camera For the Home Nurse By using the method here described mistakes In the time for giving medicine are avoided and the memory is relieved of all care and anxiety Cut a circle of cardboard large enough to extend over the edge of a tumbler Mark the disk to imitate the hours on the face of a clock half and quar A MEDICINE DIAL ter hours may also be used and cut notches all around opposite the hour marks Tie a knot in a cord pass it up through the center of the disk and attach a heavy ring or button to the other end If medicine was given at 8 oclock for Instance and should be given again in an hour move tlC cord to 9 etc Girl Invents Fruit Punch Helen Taft daughter of the presi dent elect Is the inventor of a fruit punch for tennis parties and other in formal outdoor affairs that Is said to be one of the most delectable of drinks She guarded the recipe jealously through the last summer but shortly before she went to Bryn Mawr confided It to a friend with the usual result Hundreds of young girls now are in possession of the one time secret and its safe to say that by next summer the punch will be made by half the young women in American society To prepare it boil together for five minutes a pint of water a pound of sugar and the chopped rind of a lemon Strain the fluid and slice two bananas into It while it is hot Add u grated pineapple and a quarter pound of stoned cherries Then squeeze them juice of six lemons into the shortly before serving But that isnt all for a block of ice must be placed in the bowl and two quarts of soda water poured over it before the fruit mixture Is put In Slice a dozen big strawberries and drop them into the towl stirring vigorously The result Is said lo be a drink fit for goddesses to say nothing of schoolgirls Frank Forrest the Lyric Tenor IN A MERRY NEW YORK MAID The lJ ldof Washington Pa has the following to say of A Merry New York Maid which comes to the localopera house Tuesday January 12th A Merry New York Maid a farcical comedy of unusual merit was offering at the Nixon last even ug and by the number of encores called for by an appreciative audience certainly scored an unequaled success The plot of the comedy hinges on the matrimonial adventures of Dunraven Brown who in his quest for a rich heiress meets with many mishaps which were extremely funny Mr Robert Garnella who had the leading part was very funny and elicited unstinted applause for his many comicalities Lew Orth as the happygolucky tramp in his endeavors to aid Dunraven Brown in his many schemes scored a big success displaying great ability as m character actor of no mean calibre Miss Elsie Edna Gurnella the cute little serving maid who is always looking for trouble was most pleasing in her character of soubrette and her sing TOWN INFORMATION BUREAU Scheme For Benefiting Strangers In c Community When a stranger moves into a town there are certain problems which at once confront him such as what to do with his ashes and garbage what pub- lIc school his children should attend what taxes he should pay and when and where says the Municipal Journal and Engineer There are certain ordinances also which he should observe such as that requiring cleaning the snow from his sidewalk within a certain time after each storm not using a lawn sprinkler during certain hours etc Too often the citizen is Informed of such an ordinance only when its penalty is enforced against him We do not know of any way in which a greater general benefit could be conferred by a citizens society than by the compiling publishing and gen eral distribution of a pamphlet giving In the briefest possible form the information suggested above in connection with which it would be desirable to give the names and office addresses of the various city officials and a state ment as to what particular function of the city government and maintenance appertains to each We would also suggest that a certain member of the society or possibly one for each ward or other subdivision of the city be named as a committee on complaints to whom any citizen may report what he considers a dereliction of any offi cial or city employee or if It would seem too great a burden to Impose upon one willing citizen to make him the mouthpiece for universal complaint he could act as an information bureau and instruct citizens concerning what department or individual of the city government complaints should be made to Not What She Meant Tardy Arrival at a Dinner Party Im afraid I am too late dear Mrs Smith Mrs Smith effusively Oh my dear you could never come too lateLondon Illustrated Bits An Epicure The ArtIstI want you to pose for y picture The Prodigal Son Thd Tramp Cant do It The ArtistWh not The TrampVeal doesnt agree with meLondon Illustrated Bits Wheat RQsfEyeryvyhere Wheat rust hnfted td lo settle n oif grade of grain but Is encountered all the wotldcr 17 J ih s Rin- ilug and lancing received many curtain calls Miss May Shirk as the daughter of the rich Mr Winters portrayed the character of the demure and intellectual young lady in a polished manner and should be seen in dramas on the order of Scraps of l aPeretc which would give more scope for her abilities The singing and dancing specialty of Luckie and Yost was out of the ordin ary and received a hearty encore Special mention should be made of the premiere toe dancing of Miss Net tie Luckie The sweet voiced tenor of the Sierras Mr Frank M Forrest rendered the leading musical numbers in a most meritorious manner and the rest of the company was thoroughly rehearsed in their various parts and many expressions of regret were heard on the conclusion of the per formance at the limited stay in Wash ington and upon their return visit in April the management may look for packed houses Success to A Merry New York Maid who certainly got it SOMETHING NEW A Delicious Dessert That Will Appear- at Christmas Dinners A new dessert has made its appear ance which is as delicious as it is at tractive in appearance It can be either ordered from the confectioners or made at home and the latter is preferable at all times Vanilla ice cream sponge and fruit cake will be needed The cakes are cut from loaves and should be an inch thick when sliced and should fit an oblong mold When the cream is frozen to a mush pack an inch layer in the mold then place the fruit cake on this then cov er with another layer of the cream over which lay the sponge cake and then add the last cream layer which VANILIiA ICE CREAM WITH SPONGE AND FRUIT CAKE should fill and overflow the mold Lay over this an oiled paper A buttered one will do or three thicknesses of paraffin paper Put the cover over this allowing the paper to come down over the sides tie securely in place and then run melted lard between the cover and the pan to prevent all pos sibility of the salt and ice leaking in Pack in salt and ice for three or four hours When ready to serve remove the coverings wipe the outside of the mold with a hot cloth and invert the mold on to a cold dish when the cream loaf will slip out An extra addition can be served in the whipped cream sauce tinted with yellow or pink using egg yolk for the first and a bit of boiled beet Juice in the latter Instance this being placed in the cream before whipping But this dessert is just as tasty with out the sauce Should this be found too much trouble then the cream can be dished from the freezer on to slices of the fruit and sponge cake and- served v r y Bridesmaid to Grandmother At a wedding celebrated at Bologna In ftal some days ago a bride a widowVof50 iiadhef little grama daughter to act as bridesmaid t GET Busy f 0 f l Buggies Harness HorseBlankets t and Robes Going at a Sacrifice The Best Prices ever Offered in Winchester O Everything carried in a first clas9f harness and carriage store cut to the quick t j t We must vacate our present Quarters immediately and must reduce our stpQk Buggies vt 150 Kat fman Buggies rubber tired at 135 e tcott Buggies rubber tired at 12g 125 Westcott Buggies rubber tiredat r 81lHarness t Saddles and Strap Goods 1650 Harness at 12 5Q p 1800 Harness at 1400 1500 Saddles at IIOO 1250 Saddles at X111111111 n t 9 QO 1Robes 10 00 Robes at 7 00 8 00 Robes at 5 50 6 00 Robes at 4 00 3 50 Robes at 2 50 Blankets Blankets at4Blankets Blankets Blankets t Blankets There are many other articles too names erous mention that go in this saleNIli t set I fl MATT SEANFAIRFAX STREET You Cannot Hosier These Questions y IVVhy do you continue bathing your knees and elbows one at a time when you can stretch out ina full bath tem pered to suit you and can do so every morning if you wish f2Why pump and carry wat er for your kitchen and laun dry work when you can have it at hand for the turning ofa faucet 3Wy take chances on drinking germfilled cistern wat er when you can get it from a large reservoir filtered through the best filter plant South of the Ohio River rj 6 00 5 00 at 3 50 at jL 2 50 at I 1 50 at I Q to 5 4Why have a dry dismalt V looking yard when you can have r it filled with green grass and blooming flowers and can at the same time get rid of the dust in the street 5Why suffer other icon veniences when you can have everything for the comfort and health of your family right in the house 7 61s it not true that the an swer is not lack of money but lack of economy and enterprise and indifference to getting hrImost out of life i r C F ATTERSALL Superintendent Winchester Water Works ct g INCORPORATED At cor Maple Street and Lexington Evenue will tell you all about it Youll be surprised at how inexpensive these privileges are An Advance for Winchester wE have just installed at great expense ourJ new engine and other machinery with which we are now Prepared to furnish DAY CUR RENT for light and heat and power for fans and other motors 1 Let us give you estimates on this and all sorts ofelectric lighting Remember that electric light is superior to alll others It is safe clean cheap comfortable convenient ever ready We furnish it on meter if desired Winchester Railway Light Ice CihINCORPORATED k IW P HACKETT GENL MGR p SWe furnish Ice in Winter as well as Summer f WHEN YOU SEE OUR SIGN Yon a building under consr1ctioJ you can make up your that 1f the builder is using the best of materials You can be sure the cement lime plaster etc aretteV kind that mean a good building at the start and few repairs afterward That the kind of building you want Then order the materials bet Purina dhlckem feed if yotrv wentd eg rll iCi jgpjiirdr iYI J L44IT y 1 ri 7 THE WiUCHESTER ttEWS J + 4 t Ot fit WliiltfSTEfl HEWS A nlndependentNewspaper Published by r Tile Winchester News Co Incorporated Office South Main Street Winchester Kentucky Daily Except Sunc aYe Entered as secondclass matter 3f Yfimber 28 1908 at the post office Winchester Kentucky under the jttut of March 3 1879 r SUBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier Delivery iily one year 520 1IJae week 10 Payable at office or to collector f 4wry week Mall Delivery 30yearRar 0 ne 2month5 Payable in advance ADVERTISING RATES DisplayPer Inch Jae time any edition 2 iplkree times within one week 5 Qw week continuously 101- calendar 1 month 30 3feur weeks four times a week 240 SiWr weeks three times a week 1 jyonr weeks two times a week 120 4Fonr weeks one time a week 75 Time discounts3 months 10 per nt6months 25 per cent one r r 33 3 per cent Reading NoticesPer Line rhuiness nofcfees body type 71c 5Pnre reading news headings loo New Phone No 91 SATURDAY JANUARY 9 1909 CONGRESS AND THE PRESIDENT The present controversy between president Roosevelt and the two douses of Congress growing out of Ihe formers reference in his annua dressage to the secret service is not 3ikely to rebound to the credit of Con gress The action of the House of Representatives in ordering tabled that part of the message will not par jiicularly impress the country as a iwhpleWhat the voters want to know is why the secret sjmice should be Mdnasculated Denunciations of the President is not a sufficient answer to this question And no attem p was made at the time of the passage pf the recent resolutions to answer r the message of President Roosevelt showing how valuable the secret ser vice had been in the discovery restor f land and other frauds and in jing governmentproperty We notice that every correspondent who sends out the story says that the reason the Representatives have grown so bold is because Roosevelts 4 term is about over Among th itwentyfiATe who voted against the majority we see with pleausre the name of John V Langley our Con pressman The thebSenate seems to involve Senator Till Jman in some questionable corres jpondence although no charge is made by the president against him We jiave always Relieved that the Sena Itor from South Carolina was one o the strong men of the upper house hat he was erratic but honest We 3laye not always approved of his course and particularly of his ut trance against the negro which has teemed to us rather to stir up bit temess than to point an adequate solution of the race problem But v taken altogether he seems to have grown in public favor since he fir s v entered public life and to have striven for the countrys good We trust that in his statement to ihe Senate today he may be able ab I solntely to explain the land correspondence and show that lie is what we have always believed him an hon Yestpublic servant rf n r ic TIDE TENNESSEE VERDICT f kQ pfAhe most wholesome signs u of the times is the verdict in the Reel fpofc nightrider cases For the first tune in Tennessee and Kentucky a ury has been found brave enoughI and public spirited enough 5sk a dastardly midnight crime This verdict asserts again the tri wnph of the law It shows again that corn1neoverride the majesty of the law The State is still supreme Th wabicitizen in e elfoo alrstct cani 1lcerlie rt of griiee land steal that the tiraitliRsatiast arrived r when it will not be danaeroiisto rave an opinion of his own This jurys verdict willaid the cause of law and order in Tennessee and Kentucky more than anything that has hapepned since night riding became so popular in these two Com monwealths YOUNG WIFE DIED- SUNDAY MORNING Mrs Marshall Pruitt a Bride of Only Three Months Passes Away Mrs itara Lisle Pruitt wife of Marshall Pruitt died at her home in this cit at an early hour Sunday morning after an illness of two weeks of peritonitis Mrs Pruitt was only eight Ityears of age and had been a d for three months She is a Daughter of Mr Phillip Lisle a prominent farmer of near Elkin Station this county and was a very pop ular young woman ana has a large 0circle of friends who will be shocked of her death 0The funeral services will be held in of Christ on Fairfax coneafternoon at 3 oclock Services con dupted jy Elder James W Harding and burial in the Winchester Cemetery Pall rersBenjamin Lisle James Lisle Wallace Strode Harvey Lisle Grant Robinson Daniel Dykes GROCERS PROTEST AGAINSTSTATEMENTS Say That Pure Food Inspector is Wrong in Regard to Oysters To the Editor of The News 1Inn your paper Saturday you pub flailed the result of an interview with the State Food Inspector which left the impression that the grocerymen of Winchester are not complying in ev cry respect to the pure food law relative to oysters This is most posi lively not true as every groceryman in the city knows the pure food law as well as the inspector himself most especially the part that has reference to oysters and all of them have been acting accordingly We were anxious to know the result of his inspection- t here and the writer called on him at the hotel and he told him that so far as oysters are concerned he found every grocer adhering strictly to the law We feel sure you would like to have the affair presented in its true light as it is quite an injustice to the gro cerymon to have such ideas afloat Yours truly STOKELY t3OtTTSAV ALL The Barnes Grocery Company have also protested to the Editor about the statements of the inspec tore COMMERCIAL CLUB II SMOKER THURSDAY Program to Be Published Tomorrow Inaugural Address of President Enfmercial Club is busy making arrange ments for the Annual Smoker Thursday night The program has not yet been completed but will be in time for publication Tuesday All members of the club are invited and expected to be present at this meeting as the retiring officers make their report and the newly elected president reads his inaugural mes suggestSMALL FIRE CAUSES DAMAGE OF 100 Blaze Catches Under Furnace of Win Chester Bakery The fire department was summoned to the North end of the city at noon Monday to extinguish a small fire at the Winchester Bakery The fire caught from the furnace of the baker nd damaged the floor to the extent of about 100 MISS HATHAWAYS CLASS IN CHINA PAINTING I am now ready to open my class in Chinao ainting For details call at niy Ijome on South Main street any morning from 9 until 12 HATHAWAYt 3ifccrlfci Far The Mews l j r mPIDBtEMS ARE DISCUSSED International Federation of Aeronauts Meets Today LONDON DOES ME HONORS Many Important Questions Relative to Navigation of the Air Are on the Program Control of Flying Ma chines by Automobile Clubs and Winning of Recent International Balloon Race Among the Subjects United States Represented London Jan 11Of immense In terest to all who are watching the progress made in flying by human be ings is the meeting of the Interna tional Aeronautic federation which began here today Delegates from every European country in which avi ation is a subject of daily news inter est have assembled here to discuss some of the important questions that have arisen in regard to the sport or science as its argent followers prefer to term it In view of the prominence of the Wright brothers and other Americans in this field regrets are expressed that no American is attending the conference The United States has however a representative in the per son of Roger William Wallace the Englishman selected by the Aero Club of America to look after its Interests To Decide Winner of Race Probably the question of greatest popular interest to be decided at the federations meetings is the determI nation of the winner of the interna tional balloon race which started from Berlin Oct 10 The greatest dis tance was covered by Schaeck in the Swiss balloon Helvetia but he violated the rules of the contest by landing at sea on the deck of a steamer The rules declared that landings must be made on terra flrma and the award ing of the prize to Schaeck has been protested by the English club Another matter to be taken up is the attempted control of aviation by automobile clubs which claim the right to supervise flying contests in which the motor is a factor Flying machines with motors include heav ier than air machines and dirigible balloons and the aeronautic clubs declare that the upholding of the rto mobile clubs contentions will leave to them onlygas bagswithout motors The new question of the right of way through the air will also come before the federation Until very re cently this has been regarded by everybody as a matter for jesting but delegates to the convention secure in their belief in the future of flying declare that the time has come for taking it up in earnest FIGHT GROWS WARM Six Candidates Claim Lead In Indiana Senatorship Race Indianapolis Ind Jan 11 With the caucus to chopse a successor to United States Senator James A HemI enway one day off the six aspirants are waging a stubborn fight among the state legislators in this city Re ports of combinations are emphatically denied and indications are now that there will be no withdrawals un til a test of strength Is made on the first few ballots John W Kern and L Ert Slack are making claims of a heavy vote on the first few ballots B F Shiveley Ed ward G Hoffman G V Menzies and John E Lamb hold that Kern or Slack must win on the first two or three ballots if they win at all Lamb declares he will not be far behind Shiveley on the first j ballot q Carmichael Bobs Up Cedarburg Wis Jan 11A man believed to be the Rev John Carmi chael of the Rattle Run Mich church who is wanted to throw light on the mysterious murder of Gideon Browning of Adair Mich spent Thursday night and Friday morning in Cedarburg The stranger believed to be Carmichael objected to quarters In several hotels because of storm windows which would prevent a hasty exit in case of emergency He finally lodged in a back room of 1 boarding house He impressed the people here that he was suffering from insanity FIGHT WITH PISTOLS v Planter Kills Negro After Being Him self Fatally Wounded Yazoo City Miss Jan 11In a pistol fight at Silver City D B Sprotei a prominent planter was perhaps fatally shot and Vess Davis a negro was instantly killed TIle negro and Sproles had some words regarding teburning ofa house Later Davis opened fire on the white man four shots taking effect Sproles In turn shot Davis dead Bids Farewell to Ireland Rome Jan 1iPope Pius received Archbishop Ireland In private farewell audience His holiness express eel to the archbishop his admiration of and gratitude to the American people for the prominent part they are taking In gfrins aid to the earth 4uk8 sufferers Baying America al ways iafint 1r 20 per cent Off 20 per cent Off BIG CUTI-N Mens and Boys SUITS AND OVERCOATS I OPERA HOUSE Jan 15th THE DANDY AND THE COTTON PICKERS BAND BEST 40Sure Enough Dandiest Real Darkey Minstrel Show in the World Bar None 8EF BILLY IN THE ESSENCE OF OLE VIRGINN Y YORK CITY BIG MINSTREL WATCH FOR THE PARADE And the Noonday aid Night BAND Roe Scott ROOFING GUTTERIRG and SPOUTING GAS J WATER Dealers iira Iron and Bucket Pumps Cistern Tops Gas Fixtures Mantels Globes Stove Pipes Elbows Home Phone 502 Next to Pruits Grocery Therefore Be Strong Uncertain Ways unsafest are and doubt a greater mischief than despair Denham v r- j This is the opportunity for you to get that suit or overcoat cheap 20 per Cent any suit or overcoat in our housef and a greatmany as low as SO per cent Off Where we only had one and two of a cut them to 33 b3 to 50 peg cent offf and all therest ofour suits or overcoats at 20 per cent off This does not mean off of a MARKED UP PRICE but off of our LOW PRICE D onot miss this chance to get a suit or overcoat Think what you can save right here in lithe heart of theseason These prices are for cash only See Our Goods See Prices AND YOU WILL BUY Allan Murphy f SIGN OF THE MAN Opp Court House Winchester 2D per cent Oft 120per cent Off Friday DIXIE MINSTRELS LDETS KERSANDS THENEW CONCERTS PLUMBING Offof kindwe HIT Winans ONE Our Permanent Athletic Club andDirectorforWincftester Educationia THINK OF YOUR FLABBY MUSCLES THINK OF HOW LITTLE YOU CAN ENDURE Think what a grunting artist you are and how weary others get hearing it of your round stooped should rejoiceias other do You not only improve wonderfully during the course but have the splendid accomplishment for a life time Keeps the blues away and healthup to the standard Highest endorsements of leading businessmen in eighteen States where the system has been taught Itis worth some thing to know how to avoid Colds Constipation Indigestion and many of the common ailments RESULTS DEVELOPMENT STRENGTH HEALTH Strengthens heart lungs and weak backs j overcomes nervousness and torpid liver promotes good circulation good digestion sufficient oxygenation fortifies our bodies against disease germs prevents headache and rheumatism makes daily tasks easy This practical system you will continue with delight It is not drudgery Learn CORRECT BREATHING Reduce or increase your weight Straighten your shoulders Study how to keep young and fresh Study scientific principles and accuracy so as to harmonize with Natures laws I Methodize a condensed system Permanent monthly classes being form ed for business men and boys to begin about January 18th Pupils taught from 9 to 65 years old For Particulars Phan O lOllS BrownProctoria Rltll l ADVRRI5JN THE NEV S 1- 3i if rT I r L THE 1 h tI WINCHESTER NEWS I t PIliS i 7 J I cflOCIcITY-l t Fortnightly Club- Mrs Rezin M Scobee entertained the Fortnightly Literary Club this afternoon r Euchre Club Mrs Bruce Duty will be hostess the Euchre Club Thursday and at the Fortytwo Club Thursday evening a t Literary and Social Club Miss Annie Dudley will entertain the Literary and Social Club with a s interesting program on Thurs day v Bridge Club Mrs Strother Goff entertains the Bridge Club on Saturday Dp you know where to come to have a good time Why to the Audito rium of coursey Delightfu Party Crethmere the beautiful colonial home of Judge George Nelson was again the scene of a happy gathering on Friday evening when a number of the young people stormed Miss Katherine Nelson Dancing was participated in until a late hour and at intermission most delivious refreshments were served The hospitality of this home is known far and wide and it is always with pleasure and delight that we accept an invitation there or know of the entertainments 1there For to be there is to be assured of a most delightful time Among those who formed the party were Misses Margaret McKinley Florence Simpson Sara Goodloe Benton Car lie Morgan Graves Messrs Floyd Clay Willis Battaile Gay Prewitt Thompson Betts Clay McClure Fleming Quisenberry Brent Nunnelly of Louisville Mr and Mrs William P French U D C Meeting Mrs Rezin M Scobee entertained the United Daughters of the Confed eracy on Saturday afternoon in a most delightful way There was an unusually attractive program at the conclusion of which a delightful lunch was served a s At Home Miss Ruth Tucker entertained a f feVfriends very informally within at home at the home of her sister Mrs Lee Evans on Saturday after noon After mingling with your friends for some while and passing the many and pleasing talks of the thJc dining room The table in the center of the floor was covered with an ex quisite cover of white satin damask embroidered in Mount Mellick In the center of which was the mirror of which was a candlelabra and the can dIes with the red candles and shades There were about forty present c a PERSONALS Mrs J Allen Griggs of Lexington- is the guest of Mrs George Hart Mr Jesse Rogers of Louisville was a guest in town on Saturday Mr Jesse Bonde spent Sunday in Georgetown toNorthnoon for a visit 4 Mr and Mrs T Mr cEldowney l returned from Mt Sh IIig Satu day afternoon Mr Phelps Renick returned to Mur freesboro Tenn today to reenter school lifter the holidays Mr V Alexander went io Lexington SaturdayMrs PoTell is in Lexing ton on a visit Mrs 0 M Harrison of Louisville is the guest of Mrs A J Read on Hickman street Mr David Thomson was at home Saturday and Sunday Mr Withers Davis of Paris was a guest in town on Saturday Mayor Clarence E Woods of Rich mond passed through the city Mon pleasantlittleMrs Kate Bullett of Frankfort is spending a few days with Mrs W A Beatty t h bOWEN = f ITALY AND WALES CONTEST TONIGHT RunnMarathon at St Louis St Louis Jan llThe acute attack of marathonitis from which the Mound City is suffering will come to a head tonight when the starters pistol sends Percy Smallwood the Welsh runner and Dorando Pietri the famous Italian off on their long run The race will be run in the Coli seum and will be for the full Marathon distance 26 miles and 385 yards DORANDO PIETRI The track is ten laps to the mile and has been built especially for tonights race Both of the runners have met Tom Longboat the champion professional Marathon runner Smallwood having beaten him in a tenmile race having10stNew York and another in Buffalo Meteor Stuns Boy Lebanon 0 Jan 11 Falling prob ably millions of miles through the heavens a meteor nearly struck William McKinnon 14 residing near Dal wasitracksiwere away he took no notice of the scum until a moment later he was half choked by the concussion as the meteor struck the earth throwing the soil and rock in all directions Dog Saves Masters Life East Liverpool 0 Jan HJohnGleckner 87 occupying a small coun try home was saved from being burned to death while he was sleep ing by his pet fox terrior dog and ten minutes later the dog perished in the flames CARMICHAEl HAS BEEN FOUND Attempts Suicide in Sisters Home Admits He Killed Browning Special to The News CARTHAGE Ills Jan 11Rev John Carmichael attempted suicide a the home of his sister here today by cutting his throat from ear to ear Carmichael in a letter admitted his identity and declared he killed Browning and cut up the body while under the hypnotic influence of his wife The latter has been taken into custody It is believed he will recover WATCHESWe good things to talk about in the Watch line come hear what we have to say Jeweler and Optician f v ISpOT CASH I i =SALEFo TEN DAYS LONGER7 EXCEPTIONAL BARGAINS Suits Raincoats and Cloaksf- orWomen and 1drenat a reduction of from 25 to 60 cent Iress Goods and Silks 6QQ yards at onehalf price fAll other Dress Goods and reductionL J Winter Underwear at one half price or less I it V1r Calicoes liV best brands at 5 cents i Percales value 1212 cents now 10 cents 1 Ginghams i f f Spring Goods 10 cents r Nogoods charged 9t these prices 3 all godds charged at Regular prices WE GIVE S H GREEN TRADING STAMPS I IL Clifton B Ross0VVVV 0 SEN TllLMAfJI MAKES DEFENSE Excoriates the President and Says is+ Actuated By Malice v r bpecial to The News- WASIDNGTON Jan 11 ing to the Presidents charge asL had exerted his official influence Senator and for his own benefit to bring suit against the railroads in the western land cases Senator Tillman declared that Roosevelt was actuated by personal malice because of Till manscourse in the Senate during the past seven years He declared he deceived no oITe broke no law nor atfull exgcoriated Roosevelt and alleged anun lawfuluse of the secret service Denies Harriman Control New York Jan llThere was keen interest in railway circles over the report from Omaha that E H Harriman had gained a controlling interest ing the New York Central lines and was already exercising his power in the direction of the affairs of the railroad by officiating as chairman of the executive committee Wil liam C Brown president of the New York Central said You can deny for me In every particular the report MOVED HIS SHOP Tom Cowan the popular barber who was burned out in the Court View Hotel fire would like to have his customers and old friends call on him in his new shop in the Simpson and Hathaway building I l OPERA HOUSE Tuesday Jan 12 One Night Only Mr Joseph Thonet Presents THE LAUGHING SUCCESS The Dantiest of All Musical Comedies A Merry New York Mai Presenting MISS ELSIE EDNA GARHELU Comedienne and a Company of Competent Players Without a Peer in Pure Amusement- A fi umph in Mirth and Music REFINED VAUDEVILLE 150 Laughs in 150 Minutes PricesSiOO 15 5025 THE RACKET STORE has m Nice Line of Lace miacl Hamburg a1ei Isns8in- g50c Corsets for 35c t1Ieek Come in and get son of the fci bargains See myilc line 1 have a big stock of eveiything Come to seem THE LUMBER MUTUAL FiRE INSURANCE ROIL r 1 of BOSTON MASS 5 r 1 Call for Annual Meeting January 20 9D9r ffl nSThe Annual Meeting of the Policy Holders of THE LUMBER i UAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF BOSTON MASS will b Befaignjftie rooms of the Boston Retail Grocers Association 88 Broad StreetBost- on Mass on Wednesday January 20 1909 at 10 oclock a m x 1st To hear the Report of Directors and act thereon Ll2nd To hear the Report of Auditor and act thereon J 3rd To hear the Report of Treasurer and act thereon y J4th To choose by ballot nf t less than four nor more than fisopuce tors to serve for three years I 4 5th Tjo act on proposed amendments and addition to ihe ByIiawsJad follows ARTICLE I r I Members Benefits and Liabilities i 7 v = Each person firm company or corporation insured in this O mpjany shall be considered member thereof and entitled to one vote fo reaal 1 icy held by them at all meetings of the Company aldJ pay such losses and shall be entitled to such benefits as are exprelssediih these ByLaws their several policies and the Charter oflncorporalTOnof the Company i ARTICLE HL Meetings of the Company t1 7i tThe Annual TVTootincr of the nmrmrmv shall be held ontle fonrtli Thurs Xadayt ings shall be notified by the Secretary by advertising the same inx rie paper printed in each State in which the Company is admitted to do business at least seven days before such meeting All matters proposed to be acled upon at any meeting of the Company shall be specified in the call forduic IItotl1ehimself when he deems it necessary and said meetings shall be calle33y the Secretary in the same manner that the Annual Meetings are calletl At any meeting of the Company ten members will constitute a quorumt 1 ARTICLE IV X Duties of Directors They shall superintend the prudential and financial concerns Ipf tile Company fix the rates of insurance dividends and Return Premium Jn fixing tliQamount of dividend to be paid to each Policy Holder as the share of profits to be allowed the holder thereof at the termination of the Policy regard shall be had to the interests of all the Policy Holders and the well being of the Company The amount so fixed shall be the sum each Policy- Holder shall be entitled to receive as his share of the Profits accruing while the Policy was in force or otherwise at the time accruing The Net Profits or Surplus existing or at any time arising after meeting the conditidns of this ByLaw and the requirements of Law relating to reserve for re insurance shall be held by the Company and safely invested and be a reserve for the security of the insured to be used to meet losses and expenses as they may accrue They shall fix the amounts to be insured and the compensation of all the Officers of the Company anti have the management and regulation of all matters and things not otherwise provided for in these regulations They shall elect annually by ballot a Secretary Treasurer and other Officers as they shall deem expedient They shall fix thc orm ofapplication arid Policy so far as the statutes permit They shallyliold meetings on the fourth Thursday of January and July of each year and call special meetings of the Company when required Special meetings of the Board shall be called at the request of five members in writing stating the object ofsaid meetings They shall allow gratuities for senices in extinguishing or preventing fires not exceeding five hundred dollars and make a detailed report of the condition of theGom pany at each Annual Meeting Five Directors shall constitute a quorum for business and in case a quorum does not meet the Secretary shall ad jounithe meeting from time to time giving notice to the President andBi rectors Each Director shall receive ten dollars for each meeting for attendance and five cents a mile for actual travel to and from the same he Di rectors may prescribe such other duties of the different officers us arc not expressed in these J3yLaws i ARTICLE VII VJ t Duties of the Secretary f t He shall perform all duties incident to his office He sliall in absence of the President call meetings of the Company upon the petition of twenty members in the same manner that the President does and also call all new essary meetings of the Directors in the absence of the President He shall sign or cause facsimile of his signature to be added to all policies with the President He shall keep full and accurate records of the meetmof the Company of the Board of Directors and of the Finance Committee He shall have charge of the books of the Company and of all the papers and recordroaordsall policies issued and all authorized assignments transfers and cancella Mans thereof t I New Article to be known as H 1fARTICLE VIIIrv0aths of Officers f The President Vice President Secretary andxTreasurer shall be an nually sworn and their oaths entered on record in the books of the Company 7 Number of present Article VIII to be changed to Article IX f i readdARTICLE XII Limit of Time For Claims i t Any dividendor return premium not claimed within one after the nyNumberARTICLE XIII Contingent Mutual LiabilityC The contingent mutual liability of the insured in this Company shall be three times the annual cash premium in addition thereto but no member shall be liable for a further amount Whenever the financiarcondition ef the Company shall by reason of its losses and expenses be so far impairedd- as in the judgment of the Directors to require the collection oj the whole or any part of said contingent sum it shall be the duty of the Directors io assess and collect the whole or any part thereof in Just and riglifful proportion and said liability shall upon the determination of said Directors to so assess and collect be regarded and treated in every respect as the absolute funds of the Company and available to it as fully and completely and in all respects as the same would have been hard accsit note fceea given by the assured for an amountequaFto three times the cash premium written in the policy Number of present Article XHI to be changed to Article XTf and to read ARICL1fXIV f Amendments r v p theCojMSik Tp act on any otheir business that may legally come before MO d meer c r ILE STONEeere 1 h 1 AA of 41 Io o r 2 i I i v s I v err tiIT I r v J THE WINCHESTER HEWSi r he liiccln Centenary Lincoln the Orator 4 r By JAMES A EDGERTON IfCopyright 190by American Press Asso elation OLN AT COOPER IIILIX UNION wHATEVERIthe may say neither real ora tory nor real po etry can ever pass out of vogue It is only the second rate varieties the imitations and the counterfeits that come into disrepute The high est eloqueuceand the greatest lyr ics and epics are the voices the immortal in man and to the im mortal in man make their appeal Great or atory is almost always connected with some great occasion It has its object the advancement of justice truth or liberty It is the opP9forward step of the race As such it is a divine instrument of good There will always be a place for tlIis sort of eloquence it will ever form a part of the literary treasures the race The oratory of Abraham Lincoln was of this character It came from his heartaye deeper from his soul Its mainsprings were hatred of slavery contempt of shams love of country and of mankind No man can understand Lincoln who does not see his impatience with empty forms shows pretense and lip service Only the real the basic the fundamental and the true made any appeal to his intellect or heart He knew nothing of mere rhetoric He was utterly logical His merciless ridicule stripped off every affectation and sophistry His simplicity made him put every proposition in Its plainest terms His democracy caused him to phrase his arguments for the understanding of the common mind- sa humor and good sense appealed at Once to the masses But despite the humble forms in which his sentiments were dressed Lincolns ideals were ever lofty and through his utterances runs a moral undertone a note of gen nine in God that has scarcely been as conspicuous in any ruler since Oliver Cromwell The most famous addresses of Mr Lincoln were perhaps the oneat Bloomington known as the lost speech the debates with Douglas the Cooper Union speech the two inaugu ral addresses and the Gettysburg ad dress These efforts were scattered over a period of nearly ten years the formation of the Republican party almost to Lincolns assassina tion The last in point of time was the Immortal second inaugural the malice toward none charity for all utterance which considered from Every standpoint is Mr Lincolns greatest There has nothing in human speech quite like that second Inaugural since the golden words that fell from the lips of the Nazarene nineteen hundred years ago The divine Justice the moral quality the largeness of view and the lack of bitterness the forgiveness and the ytbeoccasion and the man make the sec ond inaugural of Lincoln transcend any mere paper with the single exception of the Declaration of Independence This may seem extrava ant praise but an examination of other state papers will reveal that It is not Of course it must be understood that this estimate relates only qualityThe with the second Inaugural and the two will eves remain Abraham Lincolns chief ro triljujions to literature Lincoln was like no other speaker in L illstory His style is peculiarly his KQfCOLN AT GETTYS BUfiQ of they as of faith from been state own Notonlyare there no surplus words but no surplus thoughts Throwing aside every nonessen tial he drove straight to the heart of his sub ject He was Im pelled to get at the very center of the thing at its soul But with painstaking care even if In the fewest possible words he made every step of his reasoning plain There was nothing loose or vague in the thought of Lincoln He was the severest logician Every thing was defi jtffcev stated with an exactness that ad fsi1pte 9f but one Interpretation Never tklaii orator combine so perfectly the logical the moral and the poetical aexample proves once more that akt these qualities coincide Tbere Was nothing of the florid about Lincoln He talked in a conversational way and rills m conspicuous quality 1 pray conunon sensed L 1 j tld i t HAT IS WORN Lace From Turkey Rivals the PejHrisr Irish Variety The lace from Ireland is having a rival in the lace from Turkey The latter is widely sold and is quite dura ble It is coarser than the Irish lace but its patterns are effective The girl who is tired of a turnover linen collar and who does not care to wear the high lingerie stock for com SKIRT IN SHEATH EFFEC1l4379IA pattern of this may be had in six sizesfrom 22 to 32 Inches waist measure Send 10 cents to this office giving number 4379 and it will be promptly forwarded to you by mall mon will be glad to know that the old fashion of wearing a ribbon around the neck is revived Wide mcssalinc satin ribbon is used boned at the sides and trimmed with a caching top and bottom This ribbon is placed around the neck the ends crossed at the back and tied in front in a short stiff bow The circular sheath skirt is one ofI the so called three piece models but has none of the objections thatare generally attributed to skirts that are cut on the circular for it Is so ar ranged that It will not sag on the sides The front panel is cut from the straight of the goods and the side por tions are laid over it in a way that prevents the Skirt giving over the hips In the back it is finished with an in verted box plait JUDIO CHOLLET VANITYS VISIONS An Important Fashion DontRibbon For New Cravat Here is a fashion dont Dont pull your belt line down to a point in the front Everything that is worn with a belt must be round and rather short waisted cravatsIfashion from high linen collars Some A BIOBNINO SHIRT wAmrr4378- A pattern of this shirt waist may be had in seven sizesfrom 32 to 44 Inches bust measure Send 10 cents to this office giving number 4378 and it will be promptly forwarded to you by maiL times these ends are weighted with balls of gilt tissue ortassels Many of the new evening gowns of filmy sheer material are now dropped over a lining of cloth of gold This is a soft cr ipy fabric Sucb a lining should not be full Several plain shirt waists such as the one illustrated should be includes in every womans wardrobe They are especially smart this winter when car vied out in a good quality of white cotton crape This material can be worn without ironing Merely wasL the waist carefully shake it out anc hang in a shady place to dry JTJDIC CHOUiEl f 1 JI F J TcIiic STYLES Parie Is Fend of GTMH Colorings Fs clnating Daze Frocks t The French craze for green extends to green stockings green shoestipped with black green petticoats and green knickerbockers enjBuite mme cabochons of tortoise shell are used on some hats just from Paris Fuchsias are another favored adorn ment of French millinery Fascinating little dance frocks may be fashioned of dyed net braided with soutache to match A simple dress of this sort was of old blue net of rather coarse mesh The modest round car Bflgo was edged with a Greek key Braiding of soutache easily done a hdme and the same simple design bordered the little sleeves and decorated THI NEW KkAETZD BKIKP4375 A pattern of this directolro skirt may be had in six sizes from 22 to 32 Inches waist weasure Send 10 cents to this office giving number 4375 and It will be promptly forwarded to you by mall the high empire waist line Tucks finished the foot of the frock Wings of moire silk stitched firma to buckram linings are quite new things in millinery The princess frock seen In the illustration is a good model for a younr girls afternoon or best dress anti r extremely attractive for a school frocl when carried out in serviceable matt rialsThis eight gored plaited skirt is or of the few new models of the wrote that still cling to the plaited idea Th skirt closes oil the left side of tin front and Is trimmed with buttons j so desired JUDIC CHOLLET ATTRACTIVE TRIFLES Epaulets Appear on Coats Tosca Nets For Blouses Actual epaulets such as are wing by army officers uPI on the shou ders of a smart tailor made A simple but very effective way U make hair wave in big ripples which continue to be fashionable Is to damp en it and tie It down with bands of baby ribbon Tosca nets when embroidered in pas tel colors are very rich for entire waists The embroidery net need not be very elaborate The Parisienne has decided that the least little dash of black makes her ONM PIECE rocs4286 A pattern of this pms piece frock may fourteensi4teen10 cents t t1PSofficc giving number 4380 and it jvUrbS jjrbmptly forwarded to yflu by m l evening costume particularly becoming The smart little frock illustrated If charming for n y6unggiri if carried out in any of the up to date woolma tennis A band ef contrasting colt decorates the collar and cuffs ant- intkas the nami belt v f JUDIG CHOLLBT f andCookeSmithson won the 110 meter hurdle Bacon the 400 hurdle Johnny Hayes the Marathon Martin Sheridan the discus throw both styles and also scored the greatest number of individ ual points Three titles changed hands In pugil ism the past twelve months light middle and heavy weight Battling Nelson decisively defeated Joe Gans in two battles for the lightweight chain pionship Stanley Ketchel and Billy Papke fought for the middleweight title in Milwaukee and the former re ceived the verdict The pair met again and Papke knocked out Ketchel In the third bout Ketchel disposed of Papke by the knockout route in eleven rounds The realJig battle of the year way between Burns and Johnson foi worlds heavyweight honors Johnson chased Burns around the world for more than a year The pair finally met in Sydney Dec 26 last The con test throughout was one sided and th bout vas stopped to save Burns Iron a knockout Marathon racing has received quit a boom In this country In nearly CT cry big city there have been long distance races and more are to com both amateur and professional cor tests The craze started when Dorm do Pietri defeated Hayes in New Yorl find renewed impetus was given th movement when Longboat defeate Dorando WALKER COMING TO AMERICA Great Sprinter to Try His Space Against Yankees Next Summer- A worldwide trip is planned by n team of South African athletes to takr In Australia England and the United States Tile team will be made up of the best men In South Africa and wir Include R E Walker the great littli sprinter who surprised the world whci he won the hundred meter dash at the London Olympiad from James Recto of Virginia and who recently ran hundred yards In 9 25 seconds This record equate the best ever made Ir the world and while not yet officially accepted is said to have been run un der conditions that make its accept anca certain Hefferon who finished second t Johnny Hayes in the Marathon race London after Iforando had been dfs qualified will also be a member of tL team Walker is very anxious to compete In the Amateur Athletic union chair pionships as well as the Canadini championships and also wants to tak part in the games of the IrishAnieri can Athletic club New York Athleti club and Chicago Athletic associatioL that will be held while he is in thi countryVIn the recent games Walker equalec his time for a hundred yards made al Aborgavenny England last August and it is onefifth of a second lcs than the previous record made b Dan J Kelly at Spokane Wash Jum 23 1906 Walker also made the 12 yard dash In 11 25 seconds This is new record The record for 120 yards R x WALKER THE PHENOMENAL SOUTH AF1UCAN SPKINTER 11 45 seconds was held by B J We fers It was made at Travers Island Sept 26 1896 Walker is a sprinter of more than ordinary merit as was proved at the Olympic games Quick as lightning on his start he gets away so fast that he seems to beat the gun and his victory over Rector in London was gained in the first stride There is good reason to believe that his records will stand Marquette May Have Crew A movement has been started in Milwaukee for the representation of Marquette university at the annual crew races on the Hudson at Pough keepsie N Y next spring h PLANS OF SPORTSMEN ti I Milwaukee will hold a big handball tourney the latter part of January The national archery tournament hill be held on the Washington park tinge Chicago Aug 17 to 20 next Jack OBrien the Philadelphia heavy weight pugilist may go to England about the middle of January Chicago Is to have an artificial Ice rink having a skating surface of 250 by 115 feet and able to accommodate 4000 spectators Sixty curling rinks of the United States and Canada will participate In the curlers bonspell tobe held IIi St Paul MinD from Jan 11 to 16 Peoples State Bank CAPITAL 100000 This bank began business less than three years ago just sion depresNotwithstanding t steady growth fro lie start in the number ofour depositors and in the volume ofour business We enroll new names every week We want yours Your lire coy hioliy inted to open an account with us Perc sonal attenion to all business J ftl HCbKIN Cashier J 1 BROtf B President L B COCKRELL Vice President i ll 7 HORSESHOEING IThe Arrival of 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NElSONJheTransferMan by day or night if you want your baggage transferred OFFICEHone FbOM 94 Night ttwi 33i 4 1 The HorseV r l Looks Aroundin surprise when we shoe hiniofor the first time Never knew before how comfortable it was to be shod properly Hell know more yet when he realizes how they give confidence to his gait Treat your horse to our shoeing Hell reciprocate in better work and better temper T STRQTfrgEF SCOTT I Capital 100000 1 Undivided Profits 160000 THE WinchesterBank 01- 1I WINCHESTER KY 1 N H WITHERSPOON PRESIDENT W R SPHAR CASHIER SOLICITS YOUR- ACCOUNTS HAMPTON Pres F CURTIS Castili THE Clark ouraMJUN STREET tInahester ot Icsntnsky Capital 9200000 Surplus 100000UndividedProfits3000 MTOrganiied 1865 being the oldest B nk la- toeclty Collections made on altpoints and your ao count solicited PROFESSIONAL CARDS o h JOUUTT JOUETT Attorneys At Law Winchester Ky J M STC SON ttorney At Law 4 60 S Main Z Winchester Ky BECKNER BECKNER a iI VVAttorneys Winchester Ky if PENDLETON BUSH BUSH Attorneys At Law 60 S Main St Winchester Ky DR W C WORTaIE ToM V Office hours 10 to 12 a m 2 toK pmand7to8pmN- ew s r phone 432 Residence 633 r r 51 M Wain St Wlnchatwr fty t i f1 ifJl r r rz I I U t THEWIIICHESTEREWI h iEXPERIMENT IN LAM FEEDING I IN THE WESI Results Obtained from Various Feed Combinations By G E Morton Wyoming The Wyoming experiment station have just concluded a years investigation In lamb feeding with a view to ascertaining the best ration Three experiments were carried on at the same time Previous experi ments with small numbers of lambs had shown that oats and oil meal seemed to balance the native hay ra tion about as well as any grains tried Therefore one lot of 40 lambs was fed this ration and another lot was fed al falfa hay and corn ShropshireMeri no crossbred lambs were used A comparison of peas in the field and pea hay was made with two lots of Cotswold grade lambs having 40 lambs in each lot Allthe Iambs were fed in uncovered yards protected by a high board fence with the exception of the lambs upon peas in the field These were run in 1small areas fenced with woven wire being moved as necessary 1 Showing Type Lambs Used and the lambs driven to a corral at night The alfalfa hay used was good first cutting the sweet clover was coarse and stemmy the pea hay was some what overripe the native hay was mixed wild grasses containing a con siderable quantity wiregrass The corn and barley were from Nebras ka the spelt was raised on the Lara mie plains and the oil meal was old processThe lambs on native hay ate less hay than those fed alfalfa and the J lambs fed pea hay ate only 200 pounds of hay per head which was less than the amount of hay and grain eaten by any other lot Lots 1 and 3 constituted a second f trial of native hay oats and oil meal in alfalfa hay andcomparIsonlWith conducted the previous winter with small lots of lambs upon various grain rations and native hay the ration made up of na tive hay oats and oil meal proved to iLamb That Tell Own Story be the best of those tried the lambs making a gain of 174 pounds per head in 14 weeks against 286 pounds made by the lot on alfalfa and corn The present experiment with 40 lambs in each lot shows an average gain oft om 203 pounds in 14 weeks by the lambs on native hay oats and oil meal and 343 pounds by the lambs on alfalfa hay and corn The amount of feed required was 607 pounds of native hay 460 pounds of oats and 25 pounds of oil meal for 100 pounds of gain In the previous experiment 574 pounds of hay 591 pounds of oats and 86 pounds of oil meal were required for 100 pounds gain The results of these two experiments indicate that the native hay oats and oil meal ration will produce somewhat less than twothirds the gain produced by alfalfa hay and corn the same length of time and also requires considerably more feed to pro duce 100 pounds gain Wild sweet clover is common along irrigation ditches and in waste spots and since it withstands alkali well and gives a heavy tonnage of hay it should prove a desirable hay crop in many sections Stockmen commonly believe that sweet clover is useless as a forage plant but cattle and sheep will eat the growing plant if it is not too large and coarse and the experiment reported shows that lambs eat the hay readily and make gains from it Comparing Lots 4 and 5 we v find that the sweet clover lambs made an average gain of 307 pounds in 14 I weeks while the alfalfa lambs made 344 pounds gamy The former ate onesixth more hay somewhat more corn and a smallamount of oil meal The arge1 onSlnptiQn sweet coyer baywasduet the fact that it was cut late and was very coarse and 7 stemmy The lambs liked it however and showed a steady appetite for it There was not the slightest difficulty- in getting them to eat itat the start The lambs eating pea hay made the low gain of 169 pounds per head in 14 weeks It required 1472 pounds of the hay to produce 100 pounds gain in live weight This poor showing for pea hay is borne out by the results gotten with Lot 10 which contained a very different class of lambs and was not carried on in comparison with Lot 6 but which shows a still poorer gain of only 58 pounds per head in 14 weeksThe hay seemed very unsatisfac tory and while nothing is definitely established by this experiment with regard to the amount of pea hay need ed for the production of 100 pounds gain yet it can be definitely stated that it gives unsatisfactory results for fattening lambs The lambs do not I of in Experiment of in of get enough roughage and have the scours almost constantly What gain ismade is chiefly framework and mus cle and little fat Pea hay that was well cured before the stalks became stringy undoubtedly would show better results than those given above but when compared with alfalfa and corn the pea hay is a poor ration By comparing Lots 7 and S we find that Scotch barley and bald barley are practically equal in value when fed with native hay and oil meal A study pf Lot 9 shows that spelt is not near ly equal to either bald or Scotch bar ley when fed with native hay and oil meal giving a gain of only 138 pounds in 14 weeks or less than a pound a week per head The peas in the field gave a gain of 183 pounds per head in 14 weeks 95 of an acre was required for the production of 100 pounds gain Ana re of the peas supported six lambs for 14 weeks The pea hay fed in a corral pro Cuts Their hay here good duced 58 pounds gain in the same length of time 3470 pounds of the pea hay were required for 100 pounds gain The results from the pea hay were wholly unsatisfactory YIELDS OF BARLEY The highest yield of sixrowed bar ley in 1907 at the Ontario experi ment station was produced from a special strain originated from a se lection from the Manshury barley originated at the college in 1906 The college has produced a considerable number of hybrid barleys by using the Manshury as one of the par ents Of six varieties of tworowed barleys grown for 14 years in cession tworowed Canadian JarmanI selected beardless and New Zealand Chevalier ranked first in yield With 646 638 and 622 bushels per acre respectivelyOf variety grown for 14 years in succession Guy Mayle ranked first with 483 bushels Pur ple second with 454 bushels and Black Hulless third with 449 bushels The last mentioned variety is the most extensively grown throughout Ontario Winter barley at the col lege for 11 years has given an average yield of 565 bushels of grain and 13 tons of straw per acre In 1907 of three winter varieties Tennessee was the most productive yielding 534 bushels per acre Dur bllrleyhasthree occasions Improving the Farm One ol the quickest best and cheapest ways to improve the farm is to put it dowtf to clover fieicF by field and pasture hogs upon it Cowpeas can be used in the same way BEST1iHave any ofour dersseen arei cent copy of the Cincinnati Weekly toIa copy no pur greatIthat tend to make life prosperous and home the happiest placfe on earthThe editor by asking its readers to criticise and suggest improve thusIpaper a family and a material aid to father mother and children in reaching that higher level in social life where content and comfort reigns supremeFather obtains ample information that guides in the where when and how to regulate and increase the Income from his efforts The mother in management of household affairs practical economy government of children and other duties that makes her toil a labor of love Childrens minds and hearts are freed from thoughts of questionable amusements and fri volities of life and encouraged to emulate all that is helpful in plan ing for a useful future in life The Grand Idea being thatUAs are our Homes so will be the Com munity State and Nation A most desirable help is a non sectarian sermon each week as preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell a forcible reminder of the spiritual and tem poral rewards gained by righteous living as preferable to a Godless life that brings nought but misery to the home Other departments and features are above the ordinary the unani mous verdict of its readers being The cleanest and best family Weekly known to them Sample copies may be had by writing to theENQUIRE COMPAKY Cincinnati O 1 SKATING This is the season of the year in which skating will be enjoyed by all THIS IS THE BEST RINK IN THE- BLUEGRASS We teach you free if you do not know how- either in the morning or between regular sessions AFTERNOON SESSIONS Admission 5c Skates lOc EVENING SESSIONS Admission lOc Skates 15c Auditorium Hush has them GAS HEATERSAND RANGES FAVORITE STOVES BEST in the World BUSH ontheCorners Cando- rCandort the seal of a noble mind the ornament and pride of man the sweetest charm of woman the scorn of rascals and the rarest virtue ofIociability Bentzii ternau THE WINCHESTER NEWS I The Best- Advertising y i= Medium in Clark County Now is the time for the uptodate business man to take advantage of a golden opportunity The Merchants of Winches ter never had the same chance before to reach the buyers ofWinchester and Clark county Every Jweek day in the year ov er 1400 homes in thisjfcountyreceive the News And they read it too The management ofthe i News before the paper I was started estimated I r that a 1000 circulation 1 by Christmas would be I satisfactory At the rate 1 the paper is growing 2 1 000 will be nearer the 1 mark Fall and Winter is at hand If a 1 J 0 does not dor now he can nev 1 r to do it The i is waking up the election Good I are ahead for us all I not seize time by I and get into of the News people who have t IThe in this city read every evening people who have on theruralroutes 1DorningI get the News ev t I Adverse ut j r NEWS i be abreast of x the times chel WINCHESTER NEWS COINCORPORATED l v 7 T Ezra Jra w f tiaanrtR f THE WINCHESTER NEWS xr CHIFflU f t f KILLING MANY F iV Congregation Buried J in Rains l E iOORPSESREMOVED t t SixiYPIrsonsrre Seriously Injured Survivors Rush Frantically Over Qountry Crying That Earthquake Had Overtaken Village Jnti Population Thrown Into Panic and AreACalmed With Great fcultyi Accident Due to Faulty Pillar 1 Berne Switzerland Jan 11Dur1- iig divine service an ancient churchs near Sfo suddenly collapsed burying tlwtsnipers in the ruins Practi callyJ the members of the congre g tie killed or injured A wild panic folL6yed those who escaped rnshm through the fields shouting that ai earthquake Mad overtaken the- v1Iiag4Ot11er villagers joined in the hutcry difficultytc i1medtK Artec an hours exertions the fire company of the place extricated 40 corpses but it is believed there are sill 3 nujnber among the timbersNS5xty sons were Tmchurchxwaycaused by the timeworn pillars in the underground crypt giving way i WOMAN MURDERED AND BODY BURNED Fireman Unearths Evidence of Grime at Marion Ind MarionInd Jan 11A myster ious murder was uncovered here when the charred body of Mrs Rosa Kicks 23 the wife o1a timber buyer for a local factory was discovered the n hayloft of a barn in the rear of the residence of Thomas Wilson A city fireman found the remains after a fire Which partially destroyed the structure had been extinguished Indications are that the woman was done away with and the murderer expected Ho cover up his crime by burning the body The scene of the fires is but two blocks from the murdered womans home The husband of the woman who separated from her a week ago and Levi Sutton who is charged by Ricks with Alienating his wifes affections have been placed under arrest vANTIPROIilSS ACTIVE Chattarjooga Presents Big Petition to Tennessee Legislature A Chattanooga Tenn Jan 11 Over four carloads of antiprohibitionists bearing a petition to the legislature against the proposed statewide pr hibition law left here for Nashvi The petition is signed by over 9000 people including every banker and practically the larger manufacturers otr theme city Nearly two carloads of temperance people also left on the same train and will present their side of then to the committee on liquor traffic in Nashville More Indictments For Donnell Tsfahsfleld 0 Jan ItIn addition n tp the indictment for forgery to nt he eX of 1200 returned against I S itonne f some time ago and on t Btren Ehof which the county commi- glover offered the 1000 rewa which resulted in his arrest In S Bernardino cat a week ago 12 and ditional Indictments were reported making 10 for forgery and three for embezzlement on which he will be tri tfwhen he is returned here for triLbY Sheriff Baerwho has gone after hIm professor Commits Suicide Trenton N L Jan 11Clark Tan fcy pcofesisor of Greek and Latin at then Liawrencevllle preparatory school committed suicide by shooting himself through the rlgbt temple It is IJelievedL that he was suffering venrtttdy The dead man was a r jaotOrHOpkinsvllle Ky TI MEAT OF IT TwentY lives were lost in the Wrec t oC an unknown vessel in a KfisniF off the coast of England near AJrc1t ler- Iz Jt 1ire cornered race riot X un H4tbiHtSxVere seriously injured t DqbiipaQsEIetro the Marathon run tier has cQD trlbutedrl600 to the Itd relief funa n03s1c e tworye irold daught of Sney WilliaHis was scalded s amliy falling into a pan of boiling rafcic t her home near Gahanna Oe i ffccfslon of Supreme Court Juice Tliompklns Harry K Thaw to med to trial to determine yh Vh c jag has recsyerd his sanity T1tai flpr Ttork Coal company has i fiHoddhs Valley lUilroad iJy for 25diOM for refusal to FRYiiiyG JH jj f w fira r AIUffilGAN PRESS ASSN OFFICIALS Cb an e In Management Caused by DbatHVf Major Orlando J Smith New York Jan 11 The directors of theAmerican Press Association an- nouncedtodaY the election of the following officers to fill the vacancies causedMY the death of Major Orlando JSmith tie founder and former president ani general manager of the association Hon Jesse Holdom pres ident Courtland Smith vice president and general ma William G Brogan assistant general manager Albert Berhet auditor Courtland Smith has been the acting general manager forthe past year Wiliam G Brogan has been the act ing assistant general manager for the same period Mr Bernet is manager of the Columbus office Wayne B Stowe and Maurice F Germond re slainaseecretary and treasurer re spectively William G Brogan was elected to the vacancy in the board of director Jj t Wright Not In Love Lemans L Jan 11It was learned conclusivelythat the connection of the name of Wilbur Wright the American aeroplanist in a suit for divorce reported to have been brought by a French officer was entirely wifhbut foundation One of Mr WrightSniechanics has been showing much attention to the wife of a ser j geant in the local garrison and this man was confused by the people of tLemans with Mr Wright himself MYSTERY UNSOLVED o New Developments Reported In Michigan Church Murder Detroit Mich Jan 11Late devel opmentslfailed to throw any considerable light upon the Rattle Run Clahlcountybody was almost completely burned in the church stove is still lacking Rev J H Carmichael the missing minister was reported to have been seen in Indiana and in Wisconsin but verified reports of the ministersj whereabouts are still report that Rev Carmichael was car r ing 8000 of insurance has proved incorrect He had only 3000 of in surance and it is said that part of this was fraternal insurance and void in the event of suicide Can Not Locate Carmichael Chicago Jan llEvery nook and corner in which it was thought Rev Carmichael might be in hiding in Chi DeItroitstill be here but the Chicago police have come to the conclusion that Car michael passed beyond here if he came this far ADVERTISED LETTERS Avent Mrs J B Anderson Mrs Frank Bullio Mrs Gertrude Bush Miss Ella Campbell Will Curtis Clint- Donaldson Miss Elizabeth Hughes J T Hughes J T Jackson Mrs Mary Jones Airs Fluty Cook Kurt LW MaryeWillie Littell Mrs Kate McKinuey C A McCord Miss Ada OBrien E J Puckett J A Taylor William Wilson Miss Alvis If letter is in above list please say qdvertised when calling for it R R PERRY Postmaster OrdTHE FARMERS CLUB Hon John G Blair Delivers Interest ing Talk on Seed Corn The regular monthly meeting of the Clark County Farmers Association was held at the court house Saturday afternoon and was attended by the largest crowd that have attended any of the meetings The feature of Honecounty on the subject of seed corn Hisaddress veryinteresting especiallylat accountbetinabfe to prepare one for this meet in WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS erThe oldest and best institution in the county is1 the Winchester Roile Mills Why not use home flourthfo IP st made Ftrfeetion ao vbitp PPD ric1 el11p1 FOR SALE Two chiiqe building lots on French f avenue Apply to EE Hushes ti i arne Grtctry Company v J 4 t tf J Must Reduce Shoe Sleek- S 0 WH1 GiveCut Prices On Entire Stock luring the Remainder of January tr I tpAYE changedour method of business froM 1 credit to strictly Cash andwill put in some YouMii ti a to yourself and family at very- jeasonable prices v F I AFOllOwing are the Cut Prices MENS SHOES 6 OO Shoes reduced to 1 4 50 5 50 Shoes reduced to 4 25 5 Shoesreduced to 3 95 4 00 Sn reduced to 3 25 3 50 Shoes reduced to 2 95 3 00 Shoes reduced to 2 45 2 75 Shoes reduced to 2 fO 2 50 Shoes reduced to 1 95 2 25 Shoes reduced to 1 80 2 00 Shoes reduced to 1 70 1 75 Shoes reduced to 1 45 1 50 Shoes reduced to 1 30 BOYS SHOES 3 00 Shoes reduced to J 255 2 50 Shoes reduced to 2 10 2 00 Shoes reduced to 1 70 1 50 Shoes reduced to 135 1 25 Shoes reduced to 98 1 00 Shoes reduced to 85 WOMENS SHOES reduced reduced reduced reduced reduced reduced reduced reduced reduced MISSES CHILDRENS SHOES reduced reduced reduced reduced reduced reduced reduced reduced r WILL ALSO GIVE toper ct Reduction on all Rubber Goods Rubbers closer margin than anything handled in the shoe business Some broken sizes and discontinued lines will be closed outat greater reductions Come and see for your- selfv We mean business andcann do you good l t Trms Strictly Cash to AHI MASSIE The Shoe Man RECEIVES CHECK FROM- ROCHESTER MINN MrG ExtendingSale State Mr G Lee Wainscott received Monday morning from Rochester Minn a for the payment of fifteen gallons of Roxa Cola This is the first sale of Roxa Cola to be made out of the State since it has been put out Roxa Cola is the latest bytheing quite pbly far If has only been tiemindwill be necessary to enlarge the fac and mtsalL more machinery to handle the orders that are expected when the summer trade begins ATTACK OF VERTIGO Rev F B Wentworth sufferedan attack of vertigo Monday morning while talking to some friends in the BrownProctoria Hotel Dr Ishmael was summoned and after a few mom oats work revived him and he was able to walk to his home jj SA1il 1 l f t t INi I 4 00 Shoes to 3 25 3 50 Shoes to 2 95 3 00 Shoes to 2 45 2 50 Shoes to 1 98 2 25 Shoes to 1 79 2 00 Shoes to 1 65 1 75 Shoes to 1 40 1 50 Shoes to I 30 1 25 Shoes to 98 AND 2 50 Shoes to 1 98 2 25 Shoes to 1 79 2 00 Shoes to 165 1 75 Shoes to T40 1 50 Shoes to 1 29 1 25 Shoes to 98 1 00 Shoes to 89 75 Shoes to 55 are sold at a check tory Vv DEATHS AND FUNERALS Mrs Irvin Hays Mrs Irvin Hays aged 43 years died at the home of Mrs Ellen Earls on Buckner street Sunday morning after a weeks illness Hof stomach trouble Mrs Irvin formeriy lived in the Ruckerville neighborhoodand had come to this city to work for Mrs Fads who is a dressmaker last Monday She was taken ill after she had been at work about two hours from which she never recovered The WinehesteiCemetery oclock RICHMOND MAYOR HERE Hon Clarence E Woods the stren cous Mayor of Richmond Ky gave this office a pleasant call Monday morning ARRESTED FOR VIOLATING A CITY ORIDNANCE Uncle Bob Spillmon who runs a grocery on West Broadway was ar rested Monday morning for violating a city ordinanoexthat forbids the burning of paper oif trashon the streets He will be tried in police court Monday nightv c i l j i LOSTfound for sale for rent ad veitise in the classified column CLASSIFIED COLUMN t ClassifiedPer Word Onehalf cent per word per insertion 5 cents per calender month Nothing counted less than 20 words No item charged on books for less than 25 cents There continuous insertions of same item at double the onetime rate For 250 lines or more used within one year 4 cents a line WANTEDT0 take orders for mak piminCOLEMAN BROWNING 218 Col lege street Home phone 654 1111mow FOR SALEI have seven nice English bull pups for sale at reason able prices Be glad to have call and see them DENNIS DAN IELS 12 S Highland 111Gt FOR SALEChcapJ grapliophone largoMorningR K this office 19tf tFORdence on West endof College street 6 rooms 2 halls good ois Itel L MSWAN lG3f LOST Black and white setter pupf answers to name of Co Reward B D GOER l42t FOR SALEAnother lot oF Edison Gold Moulded records in perfect condition 2 for 35 cents or 6 for 100 Write or telephone for list of titles to 48 Winn avenue Home phone 289 or ask for list at Phil lips News Stand 146t FOR RENTOne large front fun nished room for three months with water electric lights and gas 122 KOHLIIAI S andIbeI We would be grateful for any seW- ing given to us to do and would do it faithfully MARY BROOM FIELD 363 S Main street 1231 FOR RENTNew flat over store on l Main street Eight rooms an3 bath Ren reasonable BLOOMFIELD POWELL s 15tf PRIVATE SALE Household goods and furnishings MRS A SIMON 15tiW- ANTEDSecondhand bags and burlap any land any quantity anywhere we pay freight RICH MOND BAG CO Richmond Va 122810t POUND Ladys black belt Owner can have same by calling at News office and paying for advertiser meat 1219tf WANTEDShampooingmamcur bmg ings for braids rats puffs Call R I khoeJjIoWANTED take orders for making cakes beaten biscuit rolls and cream randy MISS LUCY COL MAN BROWNING 218 College street Home phone 654 1210lmo SHEEP FOR SALEOn account of bad health I will sell 75 god grades due to lamb WbR TUTTLE Home phone 421 2 rings l76t rEale1INCORPORATED WINKr J MANUFACTURERS OF Gray iron Semi Steel Thermit Steel Alluminum Brass and Bronze Castings of all kinds K 1 Drawings Specifications and Blue Prints f 2 WE ARE ALSO AGENTS j Y r rs 72 lyyAll kinds of Structural Steel Shapesv F G CORNELL Gen lManagerj1i JV r P JoI t