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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t I = i fc t f r I f fast Edition ll i IiI VOL NO 82 = KY MONDAY i 1909 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEC CELEBRATING THE BIRTHDAY t Memorial Services For Robert E Lee at the Court House Tues day Afternoon The Daughters of the Confederacy will celebrate Robert E Lees birth day Tuesday January 19 at tlje court house at2oclock with a most interesting program I Prayer Rev J R Peeples Song Massas in the Cold Cold Ground Winchester High School Song Soldiers Rest K W C Quartette Address V Prof JL M Shia p Song Old Black Joe Winchester ElghJShpol Song Dixie K W G Quartette ATTENTION 4 The Virginia Hanson Chapter of ilie Daughters of the Confederacy will have memorial service on Jan nary 19 1909 being the anniversary Of the birth of Gen R E Lee and the r ladies invite especially all of the Confederate soldiers to meet with them on this occasion The meeting will be at the court house at two oclock p m It is desired that the soldiers meet thereat one oclock as business lof importance requires attention B F CURTIS Commanding DAUGHTER IS SUING FATHER nts3GOO Damages For Alleged Injuries By Being Beaten With a Shoe Q 1J r e crowd g as Jq tho CUlt courtroom Monday morning wKeh the ease of Miss Laura Ewing against her father W R Ewing was called for trial Most of the mornings ssiQl1 eras taken up in the selection of tin jurors and in each side stating their effuse to the jury This was completed about 1030 oclock and the hearing of the evidence was begun Miss Ewing issuing her father for 3jQPQ ddmages for injuries received she alleges by being beaten about the head With a shoe by her father There is about 15 witnesses summon ed on eachside The following are the names of the jurors B A Ogden J A Holten W F Barnett D C Haggard C R White W A Orme George F Gat son J M Hodgkin D T Railsback W E Fishback W F Bush and r Frank Miller The plaintiff is represented by R E Weloh of Stanton and Byrd and Dav is of this city The defendant is rep Bushinoonrhour Miss Ewing was one among the lastfio testify Her testimonyin sub stance was that after the deathof her mother her father and after bringing his second wife in to the home he became cruel and t mean towards her and her other two sisters and told them that when they were 21 years old they would have to leave his home At the timp of her fathers second marriage she was not 21 years of age and had no where to go to make her home and Jived with him up until last March when in a ndof a family argument she calimed that without cause or provacation he strucK here over the head with a mans shoe inflicting a Very painful cut in her head from the effected of which she fainted and had to remain in bed for three weeks The docketfor Tuesday will be as follows Tuesday January 19E Leonard Robinson vs R S Spill man F T Burris vs Clark County Con struction Company L R Henry vs Jett Spencer Dis tillery Company FaR Haggard vs Will Tucker Wednesday January 20 Millard Dennis vs L E Railroad Company Charles Craig vs C 0 Railroad Company W W Milamyvs Vic Bloomfield h John M Stevenson vs John G Locklane i f l J r 0 I j r LARGEST CIRCULATION tN WINCHESTER AND CLARK 9UNIT 1 tIWINCHESTER NEWS I sv 1 WINCHESTER JANUARY I CONFEDERATES marriedagain SOME TIME TO MAKETRANSFERAb- stract of Title to Government Be ing Prepared and ThenIDeeds Made The government having accepted the site of the old Christian church and the residence ofiDr Shirley for the postoffice building nothing remains except to make he transfer This however will require some time First the transfer will be made to Mr M T McEldowney and he will make the deed to the government The government before accepting the deed requires a complete ab stract of the itle Nothing is taken for granted by the government The records must show a clear title All of the information required by the government is in preparation Nothing will be done on the plans until the title is shown to be perfect Each plan is drawn to conform to the lay of the ground for convenience and artistic effect When the plans are completed the building will be ad vertised and lei by contract SWINE BREEDERS WILL MEET PRESENT WEEK Friday and Saturday in Lexington Selected For Sessions of Association The final preparations for the an nual meeting of the Kentucky Swine Breeders Association which will be held iu Lexington next Friday and Saturday January 22 and 23 have been made and the program for the two days session has been filled The meeting will be held in the lee ture room of the Agricultural Build iveIltYtbeginningT Many of the farmers who have at Flnnec suc sin Iie bieeaiug flive stock will b present and deliver addresses Banquet Friday Night Friday night a banquet will be giv en at the Leland Hotel to the members of the association In the banquet hall the following addresses will be made Relation of Cattle Breeder and Feeder to Swine Breeder Mr Chas Marvin Paynes Depot Ky Hog Cholera New Serum Treat ment ForProf E S Good Head of Animal Husbandry Kentucky Ex periment Station Care of the BoarMr WT Harris Morganfield Ky Care of Young PigsMr A P Adair Paris Ky Private or Public SalesMr J Lewis Letterle Harrods Creek Ky Type to Breed FromMr G Murrel Middleton Shelbyville Ky Care of the SowMr J C Mc Connel Danville Ky Saturday morning the breeders will meet at State University and the rest of the day will be spent at the pig barns at the Experiment Station This portion of the program will be con ducted by Prof W H Dietrich of the University of Illinois The Program For Friday Following program for Fri day 11 oclock a m meeting called to order by W W Johnson acting pres identAddress of WelcomeProf C W Mathews Dean of College of Agriculture Lexington x Response rMr M W Neal Secre tary Kentucky Sine Breeders As sociation Roll call and enrollment of new members Two Oclock P Hf Feeding of Swine Prof W H Dietrichof the Illinois Experiment Station Feeding for the Show RingMr ileorge Claytou Hutchinson Ky Ai 5 oclock in the afternoon the Ktftitucky Berkshire Breeders ASso- ciation and the IentuclryprocJer sey Breeders Association will hold their annual meetings at the Leland Hotel JUDGMENT FbR 85 The jury in the case of W Z Eu bank against William Huls returned a verdict late Saturday afternoon giving the plaintiff judgment for 85 Miss Bessie Osborne spent Sunday in th friends y ILi t MEDAL FOR FLEETS WORLD CRUISE This nieual just struck at the Philadelphia mint is for the men of the battleship fleet One side bears a likeness of President Roosevelt the other a viewingtheCONVICTS VISIT THEIR FRIENDS VERY NIGHT Penitentiary Officials Discover In genious Schemeto Get Out of Cells 1 FRANKFORT Ky Jan lRTlfe pdnitentiaiy officials have been wor lied of late by the fact that every onetiCltheir cells in some mysterious way and get into other ells andisit each f1ir TBoy maUo mFifttfenipr toe = caper from the prison but simpj3f wanted to run round and visit each etlyandtheas they moved from one cell to the other but there were evidences show ing plainly that the doors were un locked and the visits made After a long and careful search Col E E Mudd the warden found the kit of tools that had been used to open the cell doors It was found in a hole in the cell of a convict which had been used for the heating box The hole ail been carefully mented up apparently but the cement on the outside covered a narrow little drawer whichcould b e easily pulledopen When closed it was hardly discern able to the naked eye In the kit of tools was found several files and a large skeleton key that would un lock any cell on that tier The cleverest piece of work how ever was a long piece of wire with one end wound tightly around a small bunch of rage When the guard would go around each night locking up each cell the convict who had the kit of tools and the wire would shove his little bunchof rags into the bolt socket just before the guard turned the key that shoji the bolt intoplace As soon as the guard took the key out the convict would hive his piece of wire a jerk and the bon would be shoved back and he could walk out whenever he was ready take his skeleton key and liberate as many of the other convicts as he wished SECOND COLLEGE TERM OPENS TUESDAY 0penin9Exercises in MorningMore Than 40 New Students Enrolled f The second term of the 190809 session of Kentucky Wesleyan Col lege will open Tuesday morning The second term will show marked in crease in the attendance at the col lege as there will be more than forty new students enrolled After the op ening exercises at the chapel in the morning which will consist of several addresses by some local school will then adjourn until Wednesday morning The students and the members of the faculty will attend the LeeMemorial natthe court houusa in the afternor abbdy dJ VA J J I t T j JURY IBLACKWELL CASE IS DISCHARGED Unahle to Agree en Damage Asked Fort Injuries Sustained in Fall rsKateIThe jury in the case of Blackewll gariit the city of Win chester in which Mrs Blackwell was suing for 1500 for injuries received from falling over a stake that had been driven in the groiihdvbycity em Plove iho te1ion Pc Jfign Sn dee wa1k qq4 Q t1 was discharged by JuQgtfBietpntJate urday afternoon being uilalle to agree on a verdict SEVEN CHILDREN WERE CONVERTED SUNDAY Rev C E Crafton Preaches at the Washington Street Presby terian Church RevC E Craft on delivereda strong and interesting sermon to fife children at the Washington street Presbyterian church Sunday r morning resulting in seven children andone lady connecting themselves With the church INDOOR BASE BAll a MONDAY NIGHT I Second Game of Series Between Town I and College at Aud = itdrium The second game of the indoor basket ball series will he played tonight between the college and town teams The first game although ragged and slunving lack of practise was fully appreciated by an enthusiastic crowd and gave promise of sonic good base ball to follow The men of both teams lave put in Jiard practise all weekand are in much better shape to play clean arid fast baseball The town team won the first game by a narrow margin but the college men feel that they will carry away tonights gamp and from their show ing they bid fair to do it This series iscreatinga great deal of interest among friends of baseball and its developments being eagerly watched The rooters club promises to be in full attendance andkeepthings moving Thwill be no de lays in tonights game Bverything will move smoothly and fast Batteries will be Town team Proc ipr and Duty CoUega team Crockett and Eagle ti jifUmpire Jeff St warJnAdmission inGliiHingv skates 25 cents 3frs Ernest Bean spent Saturday in Lexingtony tJlh iJ oi ri Yr FINEARTSAREPresident For Their Recognition and Names Council of Thirty Washington Jan l8Quick to appreciate the plea that the fine arts have been denied that governmental consideration so universally accorded by other nations as suggested by the American Institute of Architects President Roosevelt has taken the first steps looking to their recogni tion by this government As the initial move in response to InstituteInounces asked the insti tute to designate the names of 30 men representing all parts of the country to compose a council of the fine arts The object of the council which is to consist of architects painters sculptors landscape archi tects and laymen df which the super vising architect of the treasury is to be the executive head is to advise upon the character and design of all public works of architecture paint ings sculpture all monuments parks bridges and other works of which the design forms an integral part and to make suggestions and recommendations for the conservation of all historic monuments Gives Cordial Approval Cordial approval is given by Presi dent Roosevelt to the recommendations of the American Institute of Architects The president says he will direct members of his cabinet to refer to the proposed council of fine arts for their expert advice on all matters in their charge embracing architecture selection of sites and paintingMoreover declares the president I shall request the council to watch legislation and on its own initiative theexecuiproposed changes In existing menu i merits or with regard to any new project I earnestly advisee your body theenacteet to whatvj am directing to be done The course you advocate1 and which I approve should not be permissive with the executive it should be made mandatory upon him by act of congressWill Immediate Report The president will Immediately call upon the council for a report as to the character and location of the Lincoln memorial After thanking the institute for its wise and patrl otic action the president says it will secure to the American public what Is literally priceless advice from the best men in the several artistic pro fessions throughout the country The committee also recommends that a bureau of fine arts be estab lished which snould have authority to approve or disapprove plans and designs of all future public works of architecture etc In presenting its recommendations the committee calls attention to the many millions of dollars appropriated for public buildings monuments and other works of art as lasting monu ments to our civilization and de Glares that under our system and in the absence of proper management the results do not adequately and properly represent or express the state enlightenment and cultiva tion which our people have attained TO FIGHT OPIUM EVIL Half Million Suicides Yearly Traced to Use of Deadly Drug Cleveland 0 Jan 18 Opium causes half a minion suicides a year Rev A S Gregg of the international reform bureau declared with refer ence to the opium conference called by President Roosevelt which begins its session at Shanghai Feb 1 The statement is based on letters and reports from Dr E W Thwing special secretory of the reform bu reau who has been sent to China by the bureau to attend the opium con ference As an expert Dr Thwing will ask the conference to take action that will hasten the destruction of the opium traffic throughout the world Ashland Judge Arrested Ashland Jan 18R M Campbell Judge of the court of common pleas was arrested upon a warrant sworn to by George J Frey prosecuting attorney of Ashland county for receiving 209 attorneys fees Oct 1 1907 of George A Ullman executor of the Mary Freer estate for the a purpose of defrauding the Childrens home and taxpayers Thj arrest caused a sensation Fined on Two Ceunta Zanesville 0 Jan 18 William Parker was fined 100 for violating thet1tM law and 100 more for conducting a d immoral retortr l lr iii11L o V r i J J ctiwW1IMI IIcA WEATHER 4 t Cloudy Toni ht Tiesda y Slowly Rising Temperature ti t SEA TELLS OF- IWESSELS r LOt Schooner Wrecked on Long island Coast and Entire Crew is Lost i jO New York Jan 18 In a biting drivingsnowstorm off the Long IsP atdshore another vessel tha schooner Swallow of St Johns NP landher crew paid the toll so often of those who go down to sea in ships The story of the wreck was told by the sea itself for itstrewed the beach east of Fire Island for several miles with bits of wreckage from the ship itself and front her cargo On some of this flotsam appeared the name Swallow St probablyfiveschooners size there was no trace While a beach man from the Blues Point lifesaving station was tolling through the storm he saw some black objects in the surf close t6fthV shore Finally he came to a sign board which told the unfortunate vessel s n metIt is supposed that the Swallow presumably a fisherman was bound krCaably lost their bearings and struck en one of the many sandbars a mils or so off shore near the Blue Point station There the wind and heavy seas pounded the vesel to pieces hr a short time The Swallow accord ing to the marine register waS a schooner of 73 tons Carried Crew of Twelve St Johns Jan 18Thescliooner Swallow left here a fortnight ago laden with herring for Gloucester Mass She hailed from Piney island and the master and men also belong ed there The Swallow carried about 12 men When leaving here she had aboard Captain Daggett an American herring packer who loaded the vessel for the market Attacks Woman with RazeSpringfleld 0jan 18 Craz 4Move Peter Kelley 32 drank crbacid and then murderously attacked r3 iss Alice tampnrdtk fc iadr He was overpowered by other boarders at home and dier1- a few hours later at the hospital Mrs Tiramohs was seYreiyslash butt will recover LIDS TO COST MORE Hat Manufacturers Decide tofFJght r Union to a Finish lNew ork Jan ISThe open sheR- and a fight to the finish was the ac tin decided upon by the Hat Manu meetfnJ1heldgrowing out of the strike of hatters which began Friday An effect of tha strike according to the manufacturers will baa rise in the price of hats as the trouble occurred in the bust season President Samuel Mundheim made the announcement after the meeting that the manufacturers had declared for the open shop and were prepared to fight to a finish He said the num ber of strikers was between 15000 and 20000 but that there were nonunion hatters out of employment- Arrested For Kentucky Murder Columbus 0 Jan l8Said to Im wanted in Wolf county Kentucky fog murder Clarence Linden 23 colored NugentIness of Wolf county Linden admitted shooting Deska Adams also col ored during a fight over a wpma but claims selfdefense OPEN VIGOROUS CAMPAIGN Woman Suffragists Hold Forth at Yonkers Tonight v New York Jan 18ImitatingOto some extent their strenuous EnglIsh sisters the woman suffragists of New York state will begin tonight at Yonkers a vigorous twoweeks covering the state as far uPasAlbanrj The movement will wind up in tw large meetings in the state capital im tended to Impressthestate legislators with the strength of the movememt They will be held Jan 25 and 26 I British Steamer Wrecked Cuxhaven Jon 18 The British steamer Fidra has been wrecked otf Amrun and is a total loss The Fldnt carried a crew of 18 andit ii belies ed thatmost of them perished while trying to make the shore the boats being smashed by the heayy breakers Several bodies have beer waali ed up Caught by Revenue Officers Marion 0 Jan 18W A sefera Larue grocer who signed the reojwrt Rose local option petition was Mselling whisky by revenue oiBMcenr and made to settle for a goy i Rttt license Now the Law and Order l ague will prcfecnU kina z 7 Ik 1 f i J 0 1 h 2IINCHESTERIiEWS t ARTISTIC AND USEFUL Willows Tempt the Modern Con noisseur In Ancient Furnishings SPECIMENS IN RARE DESIGNS bLyre Shape of tbe Louis XVI Period Said to ReWork of French Ebcnistr Jean Dernontreuil Charming Italian Renaissance Pattern Bellows are details of old time fur Dishing which somewhat curiously eeni to have escaped the attention o many writers on the furniture of thi past and to meet with comparative slight esteem among the generality of modern connoisseurs and yet if om begi5to take up the subject it ir by no means lacking in interest One reason for its being apparently neglected may possibly be found in the fact thafe bellows of the olden time were such indispensable and constant ly used members of the family hous hold goods that very few have Fur vived to tell their mute tale of bygone lusefulness In mediaeval kitchens of the great the bellows blower was a recognized functionary whose duties according to Joinville probably In eluded looking after the turnspit dogs In their revolving wheel cage And it L was not only in the kitchen that the services of the bellows were called into for the log fires of the ban Iirequisition and the guest chamber their ministrations and the honor in which they were held before the days of coal fires is suffi jdently indicated by the lavish decora Lion that was frequently bestowed upon them A finely finished pair of decorated bellows of the middle ages x FRENCH AND DUTCH PERIODS will often be found to be worthily representative of the furniture style of its period Preeminently was this the case In Italy when in the exuberant art of the renaissance the great mas ters themselves did not begrudge their labors even on the adornment of such s comparatively humble detail of d- ometic plenishing Some of the most exquisite pieces of carved walnut wood furniture belonging to the Ital jan quatero cento and cinque cento periods are the bellows a pair of- which With wondrously elaborate Venetian carving fetched at the fa siKras sale of the Magniac collection in 1962 no less a sum than 2300 r EXperts abroad often make rare jfods a few of which are here repro duced Distinctively renaissance in character the Italian type pictured Is of walnut wood carved and gilt with nOBle of copper richly chiseled The front is surmounted by a mascheron or human mask which forms the iaudle Following the curve at each fCml3t1Iigreinamorino beneath a garland of iruit The handle on the reverse side Is formed by a beautiful female head crowned and draped and the central ornament consists of a grotesque mas cheron its open mouth forming the wind hole Scallop shells scrolls and draperies surround it after the style of the period which incorporated Cupid and grotesques scrolls and flow ers draperies and masks in a wealth of decoration Those of Venetian or igin are charmingly Interesting French bellows of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries were often of great beauty A lovely little pair is purely Louis Seize in character with its severely simple ornament in tulij wood inlaid on carved mahogany Claiming to be the work of the maitre ebeniste Jean Demontreull it is a de parture from the traditional form sug- gestIng a lyre shape which is empha sized by the lines of the inlay takin the direction of the strings To ben out the resemblance the nozzle is wel ITALIAN DESIGNS subordinated being made as short m is possible consistently with its pur pose These are only a few example of the antique bellows TRAINS THROUGH TREE LANE Charles R Lambs Suggestions Offeree to Leading American Railroads The new suggestions made by Charle R Lamb of the Tree Planting ass cin tion of New York city for plantin trees in the streets of New York am for planting trees on either side of railroad track throughout an entin- right of way can be applied to town- as well as cities Trees along railroac tracks would be planted for a twofoU purposeto provide the timber needec for railroad ties and for the increaser artistic effect Mr Lambs suggestions are being of fered to the Pennsylvania the Ne1 York Central the Erie and other rail roads in the United States Mr Laml has suggested the cutting down foi use in ties of the alternating trees thus keeping a continuous line o growing trees the ones removed beinj replaced by smaller growths which turn would be full grown trees when the second cutting was made Mr Lamb makes additional sugges tions as to the cooperation of the ire Planting association with the local au thorities of each city and town and with the civic associations interested the beautification of their cities 01 11n so that the tree planting would be developed from the railroad track around the stations and on the main streets or the roads leading to the sta tibns The inevitable result in Mr Lambs judgment would be that the principle of tree planting would be dp- veloped In each community as Its beau ty practicability and economy of administration became appreciated under these suggestions The work of the society said Mr Lamb has been broadened during thi last season under Colonel Mitchell the president and John Y Culyer the ad visory forester and has become more national in scope The society offers its services as to advice to all organiza itions whether public semipublic o private even to the extent of the vari- j ous land building schemes wherevc r v TRAIN SCHEDULE CHESAPEAKE OHIO Eastbound So 26 Daily Ex Sunday 842 a m To 29 Daily 11 57 a m No 28 Daily Ex Sunday 630 p m No 34 Daily 9 25 p m Westbound- No 27 Daily Ex Sunday 622 a m No 21 Daily 803 a m No 25 Daily Ex Sunday 250p m 5To 23 Daily 438 p m LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE Southbound- No 37CincinnatiKnoxville lo cal 10 00 a m No CincinnatiJacksonville limited 1057 a m No 9MaysvilleStanford local with Cincinnati conection at Paris arrives at 632 departs a16 SSp m No 31 Cincinnati Atlanta limited 1123 p m Northbound No 34AtlantaCincinnati limited 506 a m No 10StanfordMaysville local conecting at Paris for Cincinnati 723 itm t No 38KnoxvilleCincinnati1o cal arrives 250 departs 253 p m No 32JacksonvilleCincinnatil- imited 545 p m All of these trains will stop at Win hester also are all daily except Nos 9 and 10 which are daily CA cept Sunday EXINGTON EASTERN RY CO Time Card in Effect June 21 1908 East Bound No 2 jNo4 IDailYStations iv Lexington 2 25 735 Winchester 3 05 813 L E Junction 320 826 Clay City 350 902 Stanton 358 910 Campton Junction 430 938 Natural Bridge 435 943 447195GBeattyville Athol 537 1045 0 K Junction 605 1115 rJacksoh 610 1120 Nol No31 No5 Westbound DailyJDaily Sun v t lSun Only AM PM AM v Jackson 6 10 2 20 7 00 0 K June 65 2251705- Athol 640 252 730 Beattyville June 707 320 7 5- 4Torrent730 341 815 Natural Bridge 7 45 3 55 8 26 Campton June 7 48 357 8 2- 8Stanton815 426 854 Clay City 8 25 435 902 L E June 900 507 934 Winchester 912 5 20 9 4f rLexfu don 9 55 G05 10 25 HE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EX CEPT SUNDAY L E JunctionTrains Nos 1 ad 3 will make connection with the 0 Ry for Mt Sterling Campton JunctionTrains Nos 1 3 and 4 will connect with the kuntain Central Ry for passengers and from Campton Ky Beattyville JunctionTrains Nos and 4 will connection with the L Railway for B attyvilJe Ky 0 VK JunctionTrains Nos 3 id 4 will connect with the 0 K siilway for Cannel City Ky and ay stations W A MDOWELL Genl Mgr HAS SCOTT G P A 17tf by so doing the work of tree planting van be developed effectively He who plants a tree works for posterity A generous woman has given the society 100 trees to be planted at her ex pense in connection with the public school buildings of New York or in the ongested east side sections Parcels Post Opportunities It doesnt mutter much viewed from the standpoint of local trade whether Postmaster General Meyer succeeds In introducing his parcels post plan or not if the home merchants and manu facturers will awake to their opportu nities The proposition of the post master general appears to favor the borne patron of the rural routes by making it easier and cheaper for him ro send packages to the farmers than for the far distant concerns to do so The opportunity presented to the local business men Is evident Let them persistently and systematically use winters Ink in drumming into the ru ral route peoples ears the fact that they also have bargains By judicIous use of advertising space In the homo paper the merchant can increase his trade enormously on the rural post routes and he can do this right now or when the parcels post system is extended as proposed If that extension should take place Its up to you Mr Home Storekeeper THE NEWS fay man 3 a yam l JOB PRINTING I J I Out Plant is equipped with the latest tai y cilities to turn out the best of Job WorkI Our Business has increased materially y in the past month It is growing S steadily from day to day People who never patronized this office ber f fore are bringing their work here Nothing Is Too Large for us to handle Nothing is too small topre- vent our giving it the very best off v attentionI I We Have tHe Best Plant in Eastern Kentucky All work is carefully taken care of andJobsare turned out r I of this office the day they are prom ised There is no irritating delay i We Are Also Prepared to handle Book Work Pamphlets f Circulars + Folders and all kinds of boundand folded workL Lawyers Briefs can be set as expeditiously and cheaply as in any part of Kentucky If All We AsK from any one is a single trial If we do not satisfy you we will not urge you to come again i i i I TH- E1VINCHESTER NEWS COINC- ORPORATED IS Main St Winchester I OB PP t THE WINCHESTER MEWS Pam a Centenary1909F His Insatiable Craving to Know ThingsHe Even Read While He AteSim pliciry and Democracy I i shan4withN a one room log an earthen floor and lighted only by a glazed paper window Abraham Lincoln was born He died in a theater oy the Nana or an actor es a bald statement of the method of his arrival and departure that is not very promising But what of 1t1 It is not the manner of a souls entering the world or leaving it that tells the story but its conduct while here Jesus of Nazareth was born in a stable among the cattle and was executed as a crim inal but there was so much radiance in his life that it has reflected agioryIover both manger and cross In manner Lincoln has made a log entrance and a theater exit honorable After all it is the man that counts and not the accidents that surround him Many writers profess to believe that with a less humble birth and rearing Lincoln would have remained un I known I do not believe it Despite WOUld1hpvemighty soul who would have left his impress for good He was not so puny as to be dependent on mere happen I noon come hed a tree eat ings outside of himself Nobody that amounts to anything is The fact that Lincoln arose from humble beginnings onesfr boys who are similarly born but it is they who need the example more than he needed the hardships The I simple is that the soul should arrive through any kind of circum stances whatsoever It is not the beginning but the end of the road that countsThe best account of Lincolns boy hood I have ever seen was contained in an interview with old Dennis Hanks which was published in one of the magazines a year or two ago Dennis Hanks who did not amount to much in any other way was Lincolns cousin and boyhood friend But he did have eyes a memory and a tongue By the use of the three he has left a graphic picture of his playmate and is worthy of note for the pictures sake If for no other reason Little Abe it seems was just a plain long legged American boy who wanted to know everything and who spent most of his spare time in playing pranks reading every book he could get his hands on and asking questions Did you ever see a boy like that It seems to me I have seen several thousand It is hardly possible that they will all be rightDidvery fact of Lincolns being so like everybody else and yet so different that has endeared him to the heart of the world He has revealed to us how divine and noble and beautiful this common life can be made To walk along the way we walk amid the dust vexations and annoyances to meet the hardships and we meet to be cast down and sad and discouraged like as we are and yet to go through it all with honesty with truth with strength and with good naturethat does not so difficult or wonder Linihis thoroughness his fidelity to truth and his mental honesty If he did not IBy James A Edgerion ICopyrhht 1908 by the Association t believe a thing he said so whatever its effect on himself If a problem puz zled him he would dig down to the very roots of it make it all as clear as daylight to his own mind and then practice on giving it the plainest and simplest statement possible to others Lincoln was honest with hisown soul There was not the slightes- sham or pretense in his makeup If Washington could not tell a lie Lin coln could not think or live one He simply had to see things as they and then his own nature compelle- him to live true to what he had seen The man who finally sums up Lin coin will come to see that four of hi chief qualities were truth logic lov and humor Simplicity was a fift and democracy a sixth He was al ways approachable and met everybody on terms of equality A seventh trait has been spoken of by Dennis Hanks in the interview already mentioned Thar was jist one thing Abe Lincoln didnt know he said He didnt know how to be mean to do a mean thing or think a mean thought When God made Old 1 When set under I an read an lesson temptations sound Abe he left that out fur other men to divide up among em These qualities which were so con- spIcuous in Lincoln the man were also in evidence in Lincoln the bo He fought worked played rea fished hunted courted told stories played jokes and did the other thin that healthy genuine boys do It was not the doing or not doing of any of these that differentiated him from his fellows What then was it Was it not in the habits of his thong lying back of all these in his very soul texture in the indefinable quality of his innermost life that compelled anmercyuine and simple that forced him to go to the bottom of everything and that would not let him do or think a mean thingwas it not in these that 1a the secret of Abraham Lincoln both 1sed boy and man The corn germinates corn the lily brings forth a lily the oak begets an oak If some one can tell of the divine seed that grows a soul he can find the sources of the greatness of Lincolnnot otherwise Neither heredity nor environment neither occasion nor a combination of all three comes within a million miles of explaining such a man One might as well ascribe the plumage of a bird of paradise to the water it drinks Lincoln went below the surface in studying any question he ap proached and we must go below the surface and far below the surface at that in studying him Returning to tba Dennis Hanks in terview here is an illuminating touch Seems to me now says the irrepressible Dennis I never seen Abe after he was twelve at he didnt have a book in his hand or in his pocket Hed put a book Inside his shirt an fill his pants pockets with corn dodgers an go off to plow or hoe When noon come hed set under a tree an read an eat An when he come to the house at night hed tilt a cheer back by the chimbley put his feet on the rung an set on his backbone an read Aunt sairy always put a canon the mantel tree piece fur him ihe had one An aa like as not Abed eat his supper thar takin anything shed give him that he could gnaw tan read at the same time rye seen many a feller come in an look at him Abe not knowin anybody was round an sneak out agin like a cat an say Well Ill be darned It didnt seem natural nohow to see a feller read like that Lincolns insatiable craving to know things did not manifest itself alone a desire to read Every stranger came to the house would be questioned by the youngster until the elder Lincoln interfered He was as per sistent a questioner as Li Hun Chang When Robert Owens colon was started at New Harmony Ind young Abraham almost worried him self sick because he heard there wa a boat load of books along and he wanted to break into this paradise of knowledge Books were not plentiful in Indiana in those days and the fu lutprivilege of buying or borrowing one That was the poverty the boy fel most gardis anent the Lincoln stories Abe says I whar did you get so alwayes yohs truth in parables Theyre easier fur common folks to understand an ricol lect His stories was like that Most writers on Lincoln insist on de scribing his dress dwelling on the fact that his trousers did not meet hid shoes that his coat was too small he had a coat and generally makin his habiliments as ridiculous as a rath er lively imagination will permit This is scarcely fair Lincoln dressed fully as well as those with whom he asso ciated Indeed the lively Dennis says that Abe had more pride than the oth er children and therefore indulged the unusual luxury of white shirts for Sunday Awkward he perhaps was but that he was the lout sometimes pictured was farthest from the truth Indeed he was regarded as the brightest and most TComparedeven with modern standards anywhere Lincoln was shabbily dressed wa poor lacked educational advantages and was surrounded by an inferio- environment It is not just to compare by such standards His boyhood occurred nearly a century ago on the frontier In his world his education mostly self acquired was better than the average his poverty was little no r worse than that of those around him his dress was as good as or better than that of his boy friends To ridicule his people or his circumstances or his clothes is to ridicule those of all frontiersmen of his day Anyone guilty of such a reflection but advertises his own narrowness and the un thingWhatto anyway They were the most superficial part of the man and are Important only in the eyes of the most spokeno r president Lincoln himself was too big to be conscious of them But little removed from this is the continual reiterated everlasting refer ence to his great height What if he was tall There have beRn other tall men in history of whose longitudinal measurements little or nothing is said withLincoln importanttory depend on the length of his bones Are we to measure his soul with a footrule Are his bodily dimensions more to be regarded than his charac ter Are his inner glory and beauty always to be veiled behind a homely exterior There have been other ugly lackyonehundas much has been said Linshis mission of mercy rather than spend so much time on his outer mask and the accidents that surround ed him htThe most noteworthy things about Lincoln the boy were not the length of his trousers and the shortness of his purse They were his love of justice his love of knowledge his love of truth These were shown in a thou sand ways They are the lights that reveal him With all due respect to everybody I am infinitely tired of all the nonessential rubbish that is foist on the world in the name of Lincoln to the obscuration of his greater and better self When a Roman emperor won a war he was given a triumph Lincoln likewise had a triumph but the processions were in black and were accompanied by dirges tears and the tolling of bells Yet no tribute ever paid was so great just as no victory ever won was so momentous It was not a section that gained the day bu self government and the rights o man It was riot one race that wa made free but hi the end all races and all nationsrLincoln symbolizes all of this to us and more He stands for great events but is greater in himself than these events The soul of a man the things it accomplishes but is no Inclosed by them We are all bigger than our destinies just as a creator is bigger than his creation Lincoln means to us broken chains and re welded states but his meaning does not end there He is also a human expression of mercy and truth dezpocracyandman he epitomizes the path from a log cabin to the White House from mostit A S1VIAL- LBliiegrass Farm FOR SALE I will sell at Public Auction on the premises at Schollsville inW09ednesday At 10 oclock A Ml my farm of 42 ACRES of firstclass surveyedy is in a high state of cultivation not having setsin Blue Grass and all Good tobacco land It is well watered and fencedand has a good barn on it capable of hold g 3 acres of tobacco Any one wishing to see the farm can Mrtwho lives in sight of placemnd who will take great pleasure in showing it Terms easy and will be made known on day of sale 1DR GLEN MORE COMB- SWinchester Ky JONAS R BUSH Am tr r OPERA HOUSE 21stgONE NIGHT ONLY The Comedy Drama 5b Perkins SOMETHING DIFFERENT FROM ANY SEENrsSpecial Cast New Scenic Pro duction9 Singing Dancing flusical Special ties Popular Prices Everybody Likes 515 25c 35c 50c MAY YOU DO MAYBE YOU DONT NEED A NEW ROOF If you do we can furnish any lengths desired in V Crimp Painted or Galvaniz ed Iron roofing at reason able prices We also furnish sticks with each lot sold GRANT WITT a co 30 North Main PUBLIC SALE OF OUTFITsThursday January 21st At 10 oclock A Mon the W S Massie farm near the willsast15 Good Cows some will be fresh daysOneBull 16 Weanling Calves Milk Wagon good as new 1 Set Heavy Harness 25 Dozen Bottles Aerator Cans Etc H A FIELDER JONAS BUSH Auctioneor Advertise In The News to J cJl TGETBuggies Harness HorseBlankets and Robes Going at a Sacrifice The Best Prices ever Offered in Winchester Everything carried in a firstclass harness and carriage store cut tom the quick r We must vacate our present quarter immediately and must reduce our stpGk 4- Buggies 150 Kaufman Buggies rubber tired at J2c 135 Westcott Buggies rubber tired at II f 125 Westcott Buggies rubber tired at 10 j 100 Buggies rubber tired at 8 135 Cut Under Driving Wagons at 11 65 Buggies steel fired at 50 Harness Saddles and Strap Goods 1650 Harness at 12 5B 1800 Harness at V 14 QR 1500 Saddles at Jf Oil 1250 Saddles at Q Qft IRobes1000 Robes at 7 09 8 00 Robes at g 50 6 00 Robes at 4 00 3 50 Robes at 250 I do one at a you can out in a tem to you can do so if you er for you can it at for the on er you can it a the of the or Yl af BlanKets 6 at45 at 3 3 at 2 51 1 2 ati are many articles too nutn- erons to mention that go in this sale MATT BEANFAiRFAX STREET You Cannot Answer These Questions IWhy you continue bathing your knees and elbows time when stretch full bath pered suit and every morning wish 2Why pump and carry wat your kitchen and laun dry work when have hand turning ofa faucet3Why take chances drinking germfilled cistern wat when get from large reservoir filtered through best filter plant South Ohio River your for with nice for and OO QQ 00 50 50 50 I have a dry dismal looking yard when you can have it green grass and and can at the same time get rid of the dust in the street 7 suffer other incon when you can have for the comfort and your family light in the house f 61s it not true that the an swer is not lack of money but lack of economy and and to getting thVi most out of life CF ATTERSALL Superintendent Winchester Water WorksINCORPORATED At itYoullAn Advance for Winchester I E have installed at our new and other machinery with CURRENTother Let us give you estimates on this and all sorts J of lighting Remember that is superior to all It is safe comfortable convenient ever We it on if Winchester Railway Light INCORPORATED W HACKETTT GENL MGR P S Wo furnish Ice in Winter as well as Summer GARAGE Bring me automobile repair I have an uptodate a Room Chas Hagan Winchestfciv jGor Broadway Highland r td Blankets Blankets Blankets Blankets Blankets There other 4Why filledwith blooming flowers 5Why veniences everything healthof enterprise indifference Co just great expense engine which motors electric electric light others clean cheap ready furnish meter desired Ice Co storage Garage Waiting Ladies THE RACKETSTOBE s has a Nice Line of Lace and Hamburg on sale I am selling 5Oc Corsets for 35e thlsweek Come in and gtsome of the big bargains Sos my lOc line I have a big stock of everything Come to see me f r- + 7 i o i t J Y THE WINCHESTERHEW 114 i fL TIE WIM6HESTER HEWS 7 v An Independent Newspaper j Published by fA The Winchester News Co Incorporated Office South Main Street Winchester Kentucky Daily Except Sunt aYe J Entered as secondclass matter JTovember 28 1908 at the post oflSfie M Winchester Kentucky under the Act of March 3 1879 v SUBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier delivery jDcy one year 520- tne week 10 Payable at office or to collector weekt Mail Delivery jDas year 300 fix months jDn month Payable in advance ADVERTISING RATES jTOne time any edition three times within one week t 4Dae week continuously 100 fkte calendar month 3QO Your weeks four times a week 240 i Four weeks three times a week 180 Tour weeks two times a week 120 JPour weeksone time a week 75 I Time discounts3 months 10 per acejone par 3313 per cent Reading NoticesPer Line Business notices body type 7cPure reading news headings 15c New Phone No 91 MONDAY JANUARY 18 1909 CRUELTY TO ANIMALS From Saturday afternoon until Sunday forenoon a horse was hit l shed neartins office The poor brut r had no protection and was forced to stand and take the pitiless snow and icy sleet that was failing Where was the owners Where was the society for the prevention of cruelty to an authortity to prevent acts like this the certainlyneeds another ordinance l 0 A HOSPITAL 4 i The inaugural address of the new president of the Commercial Club Mr C H Bowen is full of meat The Sjclub last year accomplished many things for Winchester and 1909 ought to see some notable achievements One of the things badly needed in- r Winchester is a hospital The city is big enough to support a good one Many people go from here to the Lex ington hospitals each year The in come from Winchester patients alone to the outoftown institutions would substantially hid in the support of rpne in this city Then thereare of cases fromspores the mountains and from the territory south of the city which would un doubtedly come here if ire had a good institution i The value to the city would be incalculable The News trusts that the chairman of the Hospital Committee will take the matter up with the pub lie spirited physicians The only way to secure one is to keep ceaselessly after it v THE PANAMA SUITS r The news reports of Sunday seem to indicate that the government is getting ready for the libelsuits against the New York World and In dianapolis NewS as threatened by President Roosevelt in his message because of the articles in these two papers about the Panama CanalJ Six Washington correspondents o outoftown papers and a localnews boy there have been subpoened to ap pear before Federalgrand juries and 1 if 7 ugive testimony Representatives of Jtf the World the News and the New York Sun and Brooklyn Eagle have Jaeen ci AAJJ ff Nowhere in the annals of the gov ernment has such acfion been as the United States Government suing for criminal libel The President in his Dtessaga was riiost emPhatic in saying1 hat it should not be left to a priyalle individual to enter such suit Attorney General Bonaparte refus 1d to talk but promised va statement io the newspapers later The World lias aiready engaged counsel ana ap pealed to4 the Federal Courts l tional lawyer to shY whether lueh action is maintainable or not The nearest approaqh t9 anything of the kind saycr undertaken by our govern went was the passage of the Alien anciS lifi slawfin the last days of the old federal party by which certain alien agitators against the oxeinmentcould besent out of the souttiaatthc discretion of the Pros ident The storm of indignation that was aroused by this law undoubtedly hastened tlie demise of the iFederal istsi T1er C is no satisfactory defense fiat cahbe made by the World 01 The News for the many scurrilous articles tliey have printed about the canal The World particularly has gone to unusual lengths in its charg Governsment the right to itself take action against such slanders is an exceedingly questionable proceeding In a particular case it might be justifiable But itAipens the 4opr widely to thfe 0with the i freedom of the press It is easily conceivable that if such an action DC maintained the powerful instrument thus put in the hands of the Federal Government might be usedby the par tyin power to curb and restrict the irierht of Criticism in the opposition press t- It behooves us to go slow It is many times to suffer fijom the ve know than to fly from them and find ourselves in worse position If private individuals Avlio are sland ered by the World and News in these charges do not tale action public opinion will soon array itsetf against such journalism The people cannot be fooled all the time But when all is saicljve have not yet before its all thatecriticism is somewhat premature Uncle Sams Farm Manager Secretary Wilsons twelve years at the bead of the department agricul turn have covered a period xof won Unitytreat with levity the work of Uncle Sams farm bureau A wasteful dis tribution of seeds was popularly be lieved to bc its chief business Bu the present secretary has assumed for his province the teaching of the great body of producers how to get results from their labors Granted that prosperity would have come to the farmers anyway and that the increase in crop production and crop values was inevitable the department officials and their staff have not imitated the lucky lord of the soil who sits on the fence and whittles while things grow There has been no letup in the work of trying to im prove upon what almost seemed good enough to be let alone Secretary Wil son has demonstrated the practical utility of scientific investigation and instruction on a mammoth scalein other words paternalismin this im portaut branch of national industry And his work will show to greater ad vantage when the struggle of man with na v tecomeskeener Thetrite stbry of the economic strug gles of that man Harvey who saved 13000 out of an enlisted soldiers nay should tr ke the crowd as an other Poor Richards Almanac yet if Is doubtful if1 avolume containing his reminiscences would have a frac tree of the popularity gained by books telling how a Carnegie or a Rocke feller got It The way scientists keep telling us all about what microbes are up to onc can infer that these gentlemen created the pesky things and trained them for experts at the job they are on Some of the verdicts to the effect that the prisoner did not intend to commit a crime Would fit the case better if they stated that he did not Intend to be caught at it- Thatgrammar of adjectives for girls comes too late They have already decked that with two or threeadverbs to help it out one lovely adjective is sulBdientfbr all occasions t I ANNOUNCEMENTS J A HUGHES For Mayor We are authorized to announce as a candidate for Mayo subject to thet action of the Democratic party i JH t tfQrCitYJudge We 1 uthorized tq announce jUD tk P FEND ETQNJ r as a candidate for Ctyudge sub jest oauiaction qtlt1i Democratic party jf t WHO BROUGHT THE SUIT Washington Interested In Subpoenas For Newspaper Men Washington Jan 18 The latest and most interesting suggestion re garding the sensational developments involving the service of subpoenas upon a number of newspaper men in this city and elsewhere is that an in dividual and not the United States governmentsis the real plaintiff in case e subopenas cite them to appear before federal grand juries and tell what they know relative to certain statements concerning arti cles appearing in their papers pre sumably in connection with the Pan ama canal purchase The identity of this individual or Individuals for there may be more than one of them is purely a matter of speculation for the public will have to await the issue of the prom ised statement of Attorney General Bonaparte in the course of a day or two to get any accurate understand ing of this remarkable case Possibly President Roosevelt himself is the complainant or i may be that the action was begun by William Nelson Cromwell or by Douglas Robinson or any of the persons named in the original newspaper publications in an invidious way Boy Freezes Feet Marysville 0 Jan 18 Douglass Convin 17oi Marion who has been visiting his sister Mrs U R Roberts near Richwood will lose his feet as the result of being terribly frozen while leading a colt several miles through the snow His hands feet ears and nose were badly frozen LAST YEAR HOLDS DISASTER RECORD However 1909 is Making Strong Bid For Death Honors Pittsburg Jan lSThe year 1908 was marked by more mine horrors by far more loss of life underground than any year in history And the year 1909 scarcely three weeks old grewidreds of lives were snuffed out inan explosion in a model mine near Blue field W Va and two days before death exacted another terrible toll In the Leiter mines In Illinois The great mass of American people startled by the enormous loss of life holds its breath for a moment sheds a few tears contributes a few dollars to the fund for the helpless widows and halfstarved orphans and proceeds to forget all about it SHERIFF STOPS fiGHT Cleveland Sports Missed Seeing Champinship Bout Cleveland 0 Jan 18Negotia tions weie concluded here for a match between Jimmy Walsh of Boston holder of the worlds pugilistic bantamweight championship and Emergency Kelly of New York for the bantam honors The fight is to FebruaryI 25 t tators just as the men entered the ring May Bid For State Funds Columbus 0 Tan18k Future choice of state depositories probably will be made by the competitive bidding plan D SCreamer state treas urer has virtually decided upon this plan Mr Creamer conferred with Goverribr Harmon and the governor announced that the treasurer would issue a statement which would deal with proposed changes In the system of handling the state money KILLED BY ROBBER Restaurant Keeper Was In Act of Handing Over His Money gettingIkilledTrimball had been counting his cash when a pistol was thrust into his face by an unknown man who demanded money Tjimball gave up his silver and was about to hand over thinkingTrimball fired the fatal shots A posse is searching for the murderer THE MEAT OF IT- Ferdinand Piney Earle the artist 18tfUnited States army retired died sud denly at his home in Washington Ruth pamytdh and Mildred Treat of 0 have not mfssedzasingle of Sunday school vin seven Isession serliN YThe upholstery and lace curtain warehouse of Oehcle Brothers Co firelossMore than one hundred cases oft sickness In Pittsburg suburbs are attributed cityjlewers tq dri long Water i taken r l RICHMOND PREPARING S FOR BASEBALL SEASON Fans Appoint Committee to BUYFieldj and Devise Plans For Purchase RICHMOND Ky Jan f18Ar- ousing and enthusiastic meeting of the baseball fans of this city was held at the Masonic Club rooms for the purpose of perfecting plans for the buying of a suitable spot on which- to build a new ball park Heretofore the old Central University ball ground has been used but that has become property of the state for the Normal SchoolIThe meeting was presided over by Attorney W Rhodes Shackelford a large number of fans were present and many interesting talks were given A committee composed of A R Burnam Jr Charles Culton E C Kellogg T C Vaughn and W E Lux on was appointed to Locale a site secure an option oh the same and report at another meeting whichwill be held at the same place Thursday night A two days meeting of the schedule committee of the Blue Grass League will be held in Richmond beginning February 15 for the purpose of arranging the schedule for1909 Fight With Knives W D Oldhara a wealthy merchant and Boyd Wagers county assessor two of the most prominent and in flu ntinl citizens of thisxcity at an early hour yesterday morning got into wasIroom on Second street Chiof Po lice James Allman reached the seen J just in time to grab Vi burg lamp from the floor and throw it to the street which prevented an explosion- in the building Mr Wagers is the brother of exSheriff John A Wagers of this city and Ambrose of Cincinnati Both had knives Mr Oldham was not injured RlcttMOND TO PLAY- WINCHESiER TEAM Skating Rink From Now On is to Be Open Every Afternoon and Evening V 1 The Richmond broom ball team which is one of the latest additions to the Central Kentucky Broomball Association will play the local ag gregation at the Auditorium Wednes day night Broom ball has just been introduced in Richmond and it has ti good many enthusiastic admirers there who will accompany the team thciir ieriri or jganizod some time aiiT hey have arelasnow on will be open every afternoon and night i 1DONT GET A DIVORCE IIA western judge granted a divorce on account of illtemper and badI breath Dr Kings New Life s would have prevented it They cure Constipation causing bad breath an Liver Trouble the illtemper dispel colds banish headaches conquer chills 2j5c at Phillips Drug Store l HENRY E VARE DEAD Henry E Ware member of the Fayettfe county board of fire Burley society died at his home in tha county yesterday afternoon 7BISHOP IS DEAD Special to The News- ROCHESTER N Y Jan 18 Bishop Bernard McQuaid aged 8 5 years of the Catholic Diocese 6f Rochester died this momma TO BE A BAY HORSE LEXINGTOX Ky Jan l8At a meeting of the State Committee an Advisory Board of the United Daughters oftliCntiCedbrncyheldLat court house Saturday afternoon tha body decided to select the bay horse upoh which General Morgan rode dur 1Ig the last days fbra teConfederate as a inbdel for thehdrse fo be useiin the Erection of the Morgan monument The stat ue of General Morgan is to be one third larger than natural size Front of the Lexington Library It was decided to erect the monu me tintfrotltof the Carnegie library decidedaupon by a committee Mrs Miller rof Richmond Ji the guesfc of her daughter Mrs James S Winn i Clark County INCORPORATED Construction Co I On the Basis of Equipment and the ap BusinessMethodstion and repairing of all kinds and conditions of roatfSy public or private streets or alleys Crushed and Building Stone Always on Sale andSandsame in any quanity desired t 1specialtyla1d PflcAblc ELECTS ITS UrrlbcKb T G Barrow is Made President an F B Cornell General Manager At a meeting of the stockholders and officers of the Eagle Castin Company held Saturday afternoon the following officers and directors for the ensuing year were elected T Gh Barrow President R M Scobee Vice President George Hon Secretary and TreasI pryt B Cornel General Manager Directors T G Barrow R M Scobee George ion F B Cornell R P Taylor D L Pendleton E- King L John Garner ahd B F Curtis EL RAY SISTERS AT ANDITORIUM RINK Manager Scobee Hopes to SecureThis Attraction For Last of Week vV fj c v rt B Scobee uu1igf of fbot Auditorium skating rink 5i ncvjotLt ing with the world famous LI Rity sisters who are now making a tour of the South to come to this city sq n e time tile last of the week and put on one of their attractions here The El Ray sisters have been touring through several foreign countries and are considered to be the best per formers oj their kind in the country 1This is their first tour of America and they will only male errs stop in Kentucky that at Maysville They wil hold the boards there the firs three night this week and Mr Scobe- is making an effort to get them here Friday and Saturday nights Should this entertainment be secured fo Winchester it will be most expensive entertainemnt that has ever been put on at the Auditorium BRAVE FIRE LADDIES du f often r serve severe burns puttiu out fire then use Bucklens Ainic- Salve and forget them It soon drives out pain For Burns Scalds Wounds Cuts and Bruises its earth greatest healer Quickly cures Sail Eruptions Old Sores Boils Ulcers Felons best Pile cure made Relief DrugIStore I CARD OF THANKS We desire to extend to those whoso kindly ministered to us during the recent illness and death of our be loved wife and daughter our sincerest gratitude and the assurance that we will ever hold then in affectionate re gard MARSHALL PRUITTV MRand MRS SE PRUITT f t dParker House Rolls fresh eve morning at Winchester Bakery 115fittFORAKER DENIES Special to The News- WASHINGTON D C Jan 18 oraker denies the statement that he would become counsel for the discharged negro soldiers when he retire from office Mrs C E Hoxie and Mrs A F Spaulding are atiheBrpwnProctoria representing the John L Stoddard Lectures 0 r DEATHS AND FUNERALS Mrs John P Bush Th funeral services of Mrs John P Bush was held at the First Church afaser vices vere conducted by Elder JWHarding and Rev J H Mac Neilip and the burial took place in the Win Chester Cemetery coonb29 1834 She was the daughter of Mr W H Nelson and leaves a husband Mr John PV Bush and four children Mr Clarence S sslMrs Bush has always been a good and consecrated Christian A woman of most lovable character and im pressedall who came in contact witlt her of her true and loyal friendship and her high type ofwomanhood She had lived to be almost 75 Years old end has finished her work here so the Father has soon fit to call her restSpeace ss ex tend to this bereaved family our deepest nip1 Yoftrouble and noire v The following friends will act as llbearers Active pallbearers Richard Bush James White E Y Nelsons W H Nelson Sr W H Nelson Jr John Rednion Honorary pallbearersN T Bush Judge Geo B Nelson 0 S Johnson Charlie Van Meter Wi S Massie AF Duckworth MOVED HIS SHOP Tom Cowan the popular barker Courtehis customers and old friends call on Simpsonrand 1 UNCLAIMED LETTERS Avery Bros Adams A W PearlaY Burgher Mrs Mavme Blizzard FJI sCurry Miss Annie nCrockett Josie f Fry Mrs Emiline Honaker Miss Bessie Johnston Jeff Martin Harriet Pen W A V Prater Miss Essie B F mith Mrs Bush Smith Mrs Christine Colored Stoner Tommie Stamper Miss Florence Sharon J A1 1 Taylor William TbarpB t f1 V + Younger Charles If letter is in above list please say advertised when calling for it R R PERRY Postmaster I rYrPRESIDENT HELPS ORPHANS t 1 iImidredsof orphans have been h the President of The Indus trialand Orphans Home at Ga1Ve haveTnsed forninecellent medicine for Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles We regard it as one of the best family medicines on arth1JIt invigorates the vital organs purifies the blood aids di Toaup thin pale weak children or rundown people ithas no equal Best for female com plaints 0niy 50c at Phillips Drug Stores 4 I S rf i t ii E rHF WINCHESTER NEWS l t i 1 Pane 5 11 r socrrrMIU D C Memorial tJ The United Daughters of the Confederacy will commemdrate Gen Robert E Lees birthday January 19 at the courthouse at 2 oclock with a most interesting program Valentine Party The Daughters of the American Revolution will have a Valentiner Slating Patty at the Auditorium on February 13 1The girls of the town wilKhave a Saxton dance on February 22 Literary Club Mrs William P French will be hostess for the Liteiary and Social Club on Friday afternoon at her beautiful homecountry Euchre Club Mrs J Taliaferro Beckner will entertain the Euchre Club on Thursday afternoon f The Candy Sale The Literary and Social Club realized more than six dollars Sat urday from their candy SaleThe money will be used for charitable purposes l a IBridge Club Mrs Strother Golf entertained the ridge Club very delightfully Saturday afternoon at her home on South Maple street Luncheon was served in delicious courses at the small tables The meeting was one of the most delightful the Club has had and was thoroughly enjoyed Mrs Goffs guests for the after neon were Mesdames P B Winn Ed Clark Wylie Poyfater John Bean Lee Evans William Garner- Ed Mitchell Gus Brooks Carrie Buckner Steve Davis John Worth I V W Bush W A Beatty Misses Rebecca Duke of Maysville Susan Buckner Ethel Garner and Joe Bos well Little Colonel Readers The Little Colonel Readers met with Miss Myrtle Spencer Satur Hay afternoon at her home on Wheeler avenue The meeting was a delightful and interesting one After the program a most delightful lunch was served PERSONALS Miss Mary Belle Fields Miller will leave this week for New York to make a study of Grand Opera Mr Will Hare was in town Sat urday on business Miss Tandy Quisenberry returned Friday from a weeks visit to Louis ville Mrs Rene Middleton returned Sunday from several weeks visit to Louisville Mrs Jdhn H T ORear has re urned from a delightful visit to Louisville Miss Tillie Roberts of Lexington is the guest of Mrs J W Jshmael Lexingrton Saturday on business Mrs J Rhodes Viley has returned from a visit to relatives in Indiana Mr Stuart Haggard of Tenn is the guestof relatives here Miss Lila Phelps spent Sunday in LexingtonMiss Lambert has been quite ill with a severe cold Mrs Dwight Pendleton and chil dren spent Saturday in Lexington Drs Bush and Browne Ishmael spent Saturday in1 Lexington Mrs G N Wassenboehr was in- LexingtonSaturday Mr Lewis Hampton was in ilex ington Saturday to neat with a num ber of the old University of Virginia boys to prepare to greet and enter tain the University boys who are coming to Lexington to give an en tertainment soon Mr Nathan Brooks of Lexington but formerly fromhere Iu accepted a position as traveling salesman for the Special Shoe Store of that place Miss Nancy Robb has returned to Her home in Nicholasville after a most delightful visit to Mrs c Ws McClure on College street Rev W M Cumming leaves today for an extended trip through the Southwith Mr C W Burt Mr and Mrs M T McEldowney Mrs Cassiday of Mt Sterling Mrs It Gano Buekner and son Allen of Owensboro leaves Tuesday morning for Palm Beach Florida Mr D S Gay has returned from a business trip to Philadelphia New York and Boston The News has received a card from Mrl Frank Jackson from Matamoros Mexico stating that it is a very interesting place but very cold It is below freezing and there are very few Americans there r A HORRIBLE HOLDUP About ten years ago my brother vas held up in historic health and happiness by what was believed to be hopeless Consumption writes W R Lipscomb of Washington N C He took all kinds of remedies and treatment from several doctors but found no help till he used Dr Kings New Discovery and was wholly curer1 by six bottles He is a well man to day Its quick to relieve and the surest cure for weak or sore lungs Hemoriages Coughs and Colds Bron chitis La Grippe Asthma andall Bronchial affections 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Phillips Drug Stor- eAFFIRMS CASE AGAINST OILGO Federal Supreme Court Says Waters Pierce Company Must Get Out of Texas Special to The News- WASHINGTON DCr Jan 18 The Federal Supreme Court has af firmed the decree of the Texas State Courts imposing a line of 1623000 on the WatersPierce Oil Company and ousting it from the State for violating the Texas antitrust law Cards Cards were at first for benefits de signed sent to amuse not Ho enslave the mind David Garrick TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY i FOR RENT Four rooms with gas 3IRSD S MANN 290 S Main street Home phone No 335 1183t MISS HATHAWAYS CLASS IN CHINA PAINTING I am now reaay to open my class in China Painting For details callat my home on South Main street any morning from 9 until 12 CARRIE LEE HATHAWAY 1116L A DINNER SET BOUGHT WITH XMAS MONEY is the cause of much rejoicing in the homes of some sensible women hereabouts v J The Pleasing feature is that the woman with a fivedollar gold piece is as happy J asIJd the woman with the tendollar bill The secret of it allIS ourrOpen Stock Idea you can buy a large set or a smalloneyes even a single piece from an openstock pat tern We have some beautiful designs j I The Wmn TthtIeW- e Co Give S ita n Green Trading Mat f WHAT FASHION DECREES- A Forecast of Spring FashionsWhai Busbies Are A little bird who picks up crumbs of knowledge In the most secret recesses of the dressmaking establishments says that next spring fashion will usher in again low necks and short sleeves Ear r aching collars and tight sleeves to the finger JpS win be ainoni IDAINTY SCHOOL DRESS 4377 pattern this school frock may be had In four sizes for glrls fvom six to twelve years of age Send 10 cents to this office giving number 4377 ahd It will be promptly forwarded to you by mail the jokes of the past before straw hats have lost their first freshness Busbies are the smart turbans of black or white fur which tower above the faces of smart wcrrcn who fcllc closely wht is worn in Pirls A ll2 and full cockade set a bit Ito one side near the front is the correct trimming but many wise milliners add taste to what Is smart and replace the stiff cockade by an aigret of white on a black hat end vice versa that springs up straight and yet is soft like the spray of a fountain Ottoman effects In silkt wool and cotton are at the height of popularity just nowIA dainty school frock is seen in the cut that depends for its attractiveness seenIwaist line in the back JUDIC CHOLLET FRIBBLES OF FASHION IMarie Louise Style of Hairdressing Gold a Distinctive Color The Marie Louise style of hair dress Ing is the latest approved fashion The hair is parted on the side and a great many little puffs and curls are used on either side of the face Though certainly chic It is only becoming to a few type By this time It is plain to every wo man who takes the trouble to look AN EHPIKB KIMONO 4363 A pattern of this kimono cut in seven sizesfrom tq 44 Inches bust measure Send 10 cents to this office giving1 num ber arid It Will be promptly for warded to you by mail about her that gold is one of the most distinctive color notes of the season She will also note the value of fur as a dress trimming Little bands of fur trim collar and cuffs on handsome gownsWhen choosing negligees the thing sought after Is comfort but every on Insists that they must be dainty as well They do not change so noticeably In style as do other garments yet a pronounced fashion feature finds expression even In the negligee The model illustrated would be pretty car ried out in light blue cannel with trimming bands of white wash sUkI JUDIC CHOLLET rI FASHIONS REALM byDebutantesThis is the first season for many popularforever white has been overshadowed by most all colors especially the new partyfrocksThere is a tendency toward braids becoming coarser and heavier al though no sign of their diminution in favor The padded satin pipingsthe rouleaux of the French are often blended in elaborate ornamentations and motifs arpI A STREET COSTUME 4384 A pattern of this afternoon gown may be had In seven sizes from 32 to 44 Inches bust measure Send 10 cents to this of fice giving number 4384 and it will be promptly forwarded to you by mail parison with the craze for satin and netThe new brassieres which slip over the head and are fitted at the bust with darts and whalebdnes fasten under the arm These waists stop within several inchehof the waist line They can be made of silk chif fon cloth or filet net and are usually embroidered or braided Tunics of Greek inspiration draped now from the shoulders and again from the hips are to be seen both on evening and on afternoon frocks Qne piece costumes made of chiffon broadcloth cashmere and line serge re very modish this winter for street wear under long coats of cloth or furIThe illustration shows such a dress carried out on the shirt waist order JUDIC CHOLLET MODISH MATTERS The Modish Sleeve of the Season Gold Slippers Revived The newest sleeves for evening and very dressy wear are close fitting and quite short that is to say they reach a little more than halfway between the shoulder and elbow and follow the lines of the arm very closely With all the other brilliant and vivid sartorial effects of the season conks the revival of the gold slipper It Is made of gold satin cloth of gold and of gilt My Maryland Is the name of new rose of delicate lavender tinged SERVICEABLE SCHOOL wAisT4376- A pattern of this school aistma be had In three sizes for girls fourteen six teen and1 eighteen years of aeev Send 10 cents to tills office giving number 4376 and twill be promptly forwarded to you bYinail j with pink The rose is large enough to cover almost an entire hat and Its price is 5 The up to dategfrl has all henvaists this winter made with long sleeves Oily those Intended for evening or party wear are now designed pith short ones Every other kind of iwanst whether olace or silk mnst have lqng3iJHMires Tfafcy gray be Sn the fedJrkioIregLstye fin ished lower the hanl6r in regular shirt styfc with a narrow stiff cufflj v JBDIC CHOLLKE t 4 HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED A furnishingh our Opti room y now have a modern i appplcesCOME AND SEE USi t C H BOWEN Jeweler I 25 per cent OH HighTopSIesBootees nothing reserved but the Moose Shoesf6 Shoes for iv 4 59 5 Shoes Bootees Lace Boots 3 75 4 Shoes for v 3 00 3 SO Shoes for 2 65 The Famous Moose Hide with 12 inch tops for 850 they keep the feet dry IIMetORD SMITH PHILLIPS SPECIAL TRAIN- OVERL 1 Venire of 1BD Jurors From Clark tSionty to Gi to Lexing ton Tuesday Deputy Sheriff Ben Freclonan of TTayette less been summoning a special venire of 100 jurors from Clark coun ty to be present in the Fayette Cir cuit Court at Lexington Tuesday morning tfJIfry the case of the Com monweaMi against W R Campbell Mr Frodbnan has been assisted by Deputy Sheriff Lee Evans The yxry will go to Lexington ina body over the L EL railroad A special train will leave here at 745 Tuesday morning and a special rate is expected neii CfilfEGEI BDRNS TillS MORNING LailpstJesiili Institution in South at Mobile is Destroyed By rAe Special bo The News Ala Jan 18 g instiItutionmg REGARDLESS OF POOL T BIG CROP THIS YEAR idbacBD Growers Preparing For Heavy Planting Increase in toot Leaf Market 4 LEXINGTON Ky Jan 18 Whether the Burley tobacco growers form u pool or not this year the Jar Best crop Q tobacco ever grown in Central Hcntueky will undoubtedly be liHanted and the warehouses of this city are beginning to make arrangements for handling at the auc tin sales next fall more tobacco than they have in any previous year Shelbinme d Sons will an eaten tion 7b by 220 feet to theirpresen t warehouse and will begin the work few mucks The Growers Ware use awiS build an additional story la the Bra2ey and Gentry warehous kid aisa enlarge their capacity that the warehouses of this city vill be able tr handle nextfaJllOOO- uno pounds of tobacco a dayItA- lso reported tat J C Dixon of SSiillin S 7wiIllft a new ware hxmae in this city 6is miner Why Hat thusAil metomeIBothingthg oNatureenres meT M ataicB iljlgl fir1 fl 1 and Optician Shoes Bush has them e GAS HEATERS AND RANGES FAVORTESTOHESBEST BUSH ontheCorner IThis the time of the yeai for Acc dent andSickness Let Us Write You an Accident and Sick Benefit Policy Its the best on the market Jouetts ins Company Both Phones 71yr I LINCOLN CfNUNERV DEMONSTRATION IN MAY Dedication Will Take Place in February When Roosevelt Will vBe Present FRANKFORT Ky Jan 18 Mucbt surprise is expressed at the actiom of the Executive Committee of the Toii fonninr Committee indeILincoln that thenopiilar demonstra tion should be in May when Presi dentelect Taft vibits the Lincoln wheninPresident Roosevelt is to dedicate the Lincoln monument The question has been raised here did the committee intend to offer a slight to PjfCsiSeut Rooseevlfri Governor WIllscui i pup osed to sHow be on lijay4 fi tsiungt4nto I confer with the President r1olt iItrip which heWillson intended to make one of the features of his administration He has named acorn mittee of 50 leading Kentuc lidns to act in making the bcclitsion arinena orable one V t The Lincoln Committee gives as its excuse for making the celebration in May the feature bec uge the weather ThisJi4wdever is not natigcoiv to President Roosev its iv2vv 4 tEverett Jbnek au sister Miss irV I4cna viie1 xeIAt i es it Vex iiiiilr iiiid Le3dnntoaIat yieeli 1 I r fii THE WINCHESTER NEWS The r r iJotmdlJp A omen ce of Arizona i Novelized From Edmund 4 I Days Melodrama w wiBy JOHN MURRAY + MILLS MILLER rC6py5lht 1908 by G W DHHng ham Co 0- e toetJnel Allen trained the girls in all tMet craft of the plains just as if they word boys He taught them to ride astride to shoot to rope cattle They accocfinled him everywhere he went cantorkrg on bronchos by the side of fife Kentucky thoroughbred Merry uj eyed black haired Echo always raSe npon the off side and saucy Polly with golden curls blue eyes and tip tilted nose upon the near The es e afeaerate soldier dubbed them in military style his right and left wiBgs As the three Would make arid upon Florence the county town tfia inhabitants did not need to look JSefdoors to ascertain who were CQGJS for the merriment of the little ghisf gave sufficient indication Here cemes Jim Allen ridin like the de BtrBfsafr angel said Heaver on one of these occasions I kaow him by the rustlin of his wings The household was again increased s fw years later by the generous re snjbnse of the Aliens to an appeal from sc childrens aid society in an eastern city to give a home to two orphaned brothers RIchard and Henry Lane Bfck and Buddy shortened in time to Bud as they were called being taken y ung quickly adapted themselves to tbciii new environment and by the time they arrived at manhood had proved themselves the equals of any cowboy on the range in horsemanship and kindred accomplishments Dick then elder brother was a steady reli afefct fellow modest as he was brave and remarkably quick witted and re sourcjful in emergencies He gave his cetafidence over readily to his fellows but if ever he found himself deceived withdrew it absolutely It was prob ably this lost characteristic that at tracted to him Echo Allens especial regard for it was also her distinguish lug trait You have got to act square With Echo her father was wont to- Ny for if you dont youll never make it square with her afterward Bud was a generous hearted impetuous boy who responded warmly to af jfection He repaid his elder brothers protecting care with a loyalty that knew no bounds The colonel who was a strict disciplinarian frequently punished Mm in his boyhood for way ward gets and the little fellow made no resistance only sobbed in deep penitence Once however when Uncle 3iinas the boys and Polly called him felt compelled to apply the rod to Diet iin ustly as it afterward appear ed Bud burst into a tempest of passionate tears and leaping upon the colonel bacl clung there clawing and striking like a wildcat until Allen was forced to let Dick gox It is shrewdly indicative of the colonels character that not only did he refrain from pun 1shin Bud on that occasion but when hogging were subsequently due the little fellow laid oh the rod less heav ily out of regard for the loyalty to bit brother he had then displayed This attack also won the admiration O1Q1lyHope who was something of a spitfire herself A little jealous of Blclc for the chief place he held in Buds affection she openly claimed the younger brother as her sweetheart and attempted to constitute him her knight though with repeated discour agements for Bud was a bashful lad and though he had a true affection for the girl boylike concealed it by show of rude indifference The tender relations of these boys and girls persisted naturally into Xoung manhood and omanhood No word of love passed between Dick and Echo until that time when thenest ing impulse the desire to have a home of his own prompted the young man to go out into the world and win his fortune For a year he had acted as foreman of the Allen ranch work ing in neighborly copperation with Jack Payson of Sweetwater ranch a man of about his own age The two young men became the closest of com rades When the fever of adventure 8ek4upon Lane and he became dis satisfied with the plodding career of a wage earner Payson insisted oh mortr ge ins Sweetwater ranch for 3001 mid in lending Dick the money for a yeaifs prospecting in the mountains of Sonora Mexico in search of a fabu leusly rich lost mine of the Aztecs Traditions of lost mines are plentiful la Arizoua and northern Mexico First taken up by the Spanish invaders of w years ago from the native Indians tHy have passed down to each subse qpeat influx of white men The direc tfius are always vague The inquirer caanot pin hIs informant down to any adfertttx data Over the mountains al TFHys lies the road Hundreds of lives have been sacrificed and cruelty un jqaralleled practiced upon innocent nteBy women and children by gold seekers in their Lust for conquest fejjigerous Indian villages have been laia waste and whole bands of ad inentarers have gone into the desert ln- ilMttb of these mines never to return fTBea the time for Lanes departure ate Echo wept at the thought of los fcj foe so long a time the close cOm Won of her childhood and the sym ce confidant of her youthful lits and aspiration Dick in irwBfriendsMp for E 1lhnd long It r before ripened Into coo cloa Jove tool her tears as evidence that sk was similarly affected toward dim and he allowed all the aappreeeed passion of his nature full vent in a declaration of love The girl was deeply moved by this revelation of the heart of a strongman made tender as a womans by a power centering to her own bumble self and being utterly without experience of the emotion even in Its protec tive form of calf love which is thy varioloid of the genuine affection she imagined through sheer sympathy that she shared his passion So she assent ed with maidenly reserve to his plea that she promise to marry him when he should return and provide a home for her Her more cautious mother se cured a modification of this pledge by limiting the time that Echo should wait for him to one year If at the ex piration of that period Lane did not return to claim her promise or did not write making satisfactory arrange ments for continuance of the engagement Echo was to be considered free to marry whom she chose Soon after Lanes departure Mrs Allen persuaded the colonel to send Echo east to a New England finishing school for girls where her mother hoped that her budding love for Lane might be nipped by the frigid atmos phere of intellectual culture if not in deed supplanted by a saving interest in young men in general and perhaps in some particular aclon of a blue blooded Boston family The plan succeeded In part only The companionship of her schoolfel lows her music and art lessons her books during the limited periods al lotted to serious study and reading and above all her attrition at recep tions with another order of men than that she had known in the rough un cultured west occupied her mind so fully that poor Dick Lane who was putting a thought of Echo Allen in every blow of his pick received only the scraps ofjaer attention Dick had few opportunities to mail a letter and none of them for reedy ing one Unpracticed in writing his epistolary compositions were crude in the extreme being wholly confined to bald statements of fact Had he been as tender on paper as he was in his words and accents when he kissed away her tears at parting her regard for him would have had fuel to feed on and might have kindled into genu ine love As it was she was forced to admit that in comparison with the brilliant university men with whom the conversed Dick Lane intellectually was as quartz to diamond On the other hand she contrasted Dick in the essential point of manli ness most favorably with the mate butterflies of society that horered around her What one of them was so essentially chivalrous as the west ern manso modest so self sacrific ing so brave and resolute and re sourceful Dick Lane or Jack Pay son for that matter in all save the adventitious points of education and culture was the higher type of man hqod and Jack at least if not poor Dick could hold his own in mental and artistic perception with the brightest most cultured of Harvard graduatesAt end of the year she came back home to await Dicks return from the wilds of Mexico There was great anxiety about hIs safety for Geroni mo attacked by Crook in the Apache stronghold of the Tonto basin had es caped to the mountains of northwestern Mexico with his band of fierce ChI ricahuas Now Dick Lane had not been heard from iu this region When he neither made appearance nor sent a message upon the day appointed for his return his brother Bud was for setting out Instantly to find him and rescue him If he were In difficulties Then it was that Echo Allen discovered the true nature of her affection for her loverthat it was sisterly re gard differing only in degree but not in kind from that which she felt for his brother She Joined with Polly in opposing Buds going urging his recklessness as a reason You are certaiu to be killed she said 4iand I canno lose you both Jack Payspn for whom Bud was working then came forward and offered to accompany him and keep within bounds Again there was a revelation of her heart to Echo one that terrified her with a sens of disloyalty It was Jack she really loved noble chivalric wonderful JacL Payson whom with a southern girls intensity of feeling she had uncon sciously come to regard as her stand and of all that makes for manhood Plausible objections cowl not be urged against his sacrificing himself for his friend With an irresistible impulse she cast herself upon his breast and said I cannot bear to see you goiPa son gently disengaged her arms- I must Echo It is what Dick would do for me if I were in his placeHowever while Payson and Bud were preparing for their departure Buck McKee apeared in the regionJand reported that Dick Lane had been killed by the Apaches He told with convincing details how he had met Lane as each was returning from a successful prospecting trip in the Ghost range and how they had sunk their differences hi standing together against an attack of the Indians He extolled Dicks bravery relating how severely wounded he had stood off the savages to enable himself to escape When he handed over Dicks watch to EchOfor he had learnedI Ills return that she was beei1toLane asa last token from hen toTerno doubt remained in the goads of his hearers of the tratlt ota story and Payson ands Bud Laae gave up their expeditlba 1purposed n tTo be CtxitJn 8d 1 i l r i t vr V THE EDUCAnOft OF THE BOT With These precepts Instilled It Is Very Certain He Will Not Go Far Wrong Teach your boy to be true to his wordand work to face all difficulties with courage and cheerfulness to form no friendships that can bring him into degrading associations to respect other peoples convictions to reverence womanhood to live a clean life in thought and word as wellasin deed that true manliness always commands success that the best things in life are not those that can be bought with money that to command he must first learn to 6bey that there can be no compro mise between honesty and dishon esty that the virtues of punctuality and politeness are excellent things to cultivateExchange BEDSTEADS WORTH FORTUNES A wellknown French actress is the happy possessor of a bedvalued at 5000 It is ofcourse very ancient but in an excellent state of preservation and its adornments carry out to the full all the lavish beauty Of the bed itself Draped at the back from a ring in the ceiling are beautifulcurtains of antique bro cade plumes of ostrich feathers loop ing them up at the corners The bedspread is of richest satin veiled withvaluable lace in exquisite de sign The fashionable and rich of Paris are now on a level with the transAtlantic art lovers in their search for the antique and beautiful whatever its price and if it possesses authentic historic interest all the bet ter for the salesman as the bidding for its possessionis very keenSev era old English country houses own antique beds which are the envy of the connoisseur LANDIS MERELY NERVOUS When Judge Landis of Standard Oil fame was starting his legal ca reer he was a nervous young man He had not been practicing long when he unexpectedly found himself called on to conduct an important case The young lawyer showed his nervousness so plainly when he rose to address the court that the presid ing judge said kindly frDo not be afraid Mr Landis The embryo advocate replied promptly Your honor I stand in age but fear not HAY ON AN AUTO TRUCK Probably there is no street sight that sets more folks to noticing than an auto loaded with bales of hay Up around the stable section in the East Twenties this is not uncommon and very often the automobile laden with hay is seen in Columbus Circle The contrast is marked and almost always leads some one to say some thing about the passing of the horse as exemplified by the fact that even his provender doesnt come to him any more horsedrawn New York Sun HIS COSTLY HEADGEAR c I was surprised to hear that old man Coopons told Jirnnip Faulkner that he wouldnt let him marry his daughter under any circumstances What was the trouble understand the old man noticed that Jimmy was wearing a green hat Will Jimmy give up the hat Not Jimmy Hes too proud of it He says it cost him 200000 thats the amount you know that old Coopons will give his daughter when she marricsCleveland Plain Dealer MEAN TO KEEP UP QUALITY French walnut growers in the neighborhood of Grenoble have formed an association to maintain the reputation and guarantee the quality of the walnuts commonly known as Grenobles THEIR USE Said He What good are rich relations anyway Said SlieOh they are all right when you want something Jo point to without pride ANOTHER TRUST PLANNED Growers of the cocoa bean in South and Central America are plan ning a trust to control the price of cocoa f i DEFINED y FTommp what is a nuisance- sPlease inaam ii mething hi J nfis to ioroebodj eli e i I a Peoples State Bank CAPITAL OOOOO agojustaIion Notwithstanding the lard times there lu iIdepositorsenroll new names every neck We want yours Ym are coy vil Kited to open an account with us Pr sonal attenioa to all business tt J H HCliGKIN Cashier JL BROwfl President L B COCKRELL Vice President m Q l Ii tt IN THE NEWS po The Arrival of the New Year means the newest uptodate methods in the cleaning and dyeing of mens suits overcoats etc and in the cleaning of ladys fine dresses waists etc Turn over a new leaf for the new year anti make a good resolution to have your garments cleaned and pressed or dyed at Gh- eCincinnati Tailors h if Capital 100000 Surplus 42000 WE SOLICIT BUSINESSi courteous treatment promptly carefully to all business entrusted V H Hampton Cashier T Phillips V J PoynterAsst Cashier h SKATING This is the season of the year in which skating wit enjoyed by THIS THE BEST RINK We teach you free ii you not know how- either in the morning 01 between regular sessions AFTERNOON Skates lOc SESSIONS Admission lOc Skates 15c Auditorium Roe Scott ROOFING GAS J WATER PLUMBING Dealers in Bucket Pumps Cistern Tops Fixtures Mantels Globes Stove Pipes Elbows Phone to Fruits Grocery Fresh Fruts and Fresh Groceries Cigars Tobaccos Oysters and Candies Phone 712 i MiKe Joseph V 36li t r STRONGa- nd healthy poultry result our selected feed Your hens will be cackling over fresh laid eggs nourishingfooeggs Lots of good grain here at suggestions4ind youbuyingyou want it- Purina Jill Do li J I martin Goal and Supply Co ADVERTISE Citizens National Bank Paid up YOUR Will give you and attend and tOjUK JD Simpson Pres A F Pres W be all IS IN THE- iBLUEGRASS do SESSIONS- Admission 5c EVENING Winansd and GUTTERIRGI Iron and Gas Home 502 Next Home Main from THE VERY BEST YtHave any of our readers seen tree cent copy of the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer If not it will pay to send for a copy if for no other purpose than to note its present grea- worth as an educator in all thin that tend to make life prosperous- and home the happiest place on earthThe editor by asking its readers to criticise and suggest improve ments i and following advice thus obtained is enabled to produce a paper that exactly fits needs of a family and a material aid to father mother and children in reaching that higher level in social lift 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 duties that makes her toil a labo- of love Childrens minds and hearts are freed from thoughts f questionable amusements and fri tio ing for a useful future in life The Grand Idea being thatUAs are our Homes so will be the Community State and Nation A most desirable help is a non sectarian sermon each week preached by that Biblical forciblie para 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 moms verdict of its readers being The cleanest and best family Weekly known to them Sample copies may be had by writing to theENQUIRER COMPAlTg Cincinnati 0CALL ON NELSONJheTransferMan by day or night if you want your baggage transferred IFFlCEflJti Phone 14 liP tall 33 I I Capital iooooosUndivided Profits si6oo00 THEtIWinche OP er Bank iJ WINCHESTER KY N H WITHERSPOONPRESIDENT w R SPHAR CASttJeR SOLICITS YOUR- ACCDUNTS t HAGAN I GAS AND- GASOLINE Enqiries I SIMPLE RELIABLE ECONOMICAL Sold Under a Positive Guarantee WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES IIAANJCO INCORPORATEDl KY 08 HAMPTON Pres BF CURTIS Castili T ITHElark Connty National Bant M1tIN STREETe- AUnht1 p Itntak- r iICapitalSurplus 91OOPOQ j UndividedProfitii8000itowised the city r 0ountA Fanily railing The star pupil arose at the school entertainment to declaim his piece bawledtoppo- sition but defeated pupil thats Sarah Jane Dorans boy He vquldnt be his mothers son if he didnt want tom borrow somethingTitBits Cause for Anger Because a neighbor lured away His excellent cook a Jersey man Is build Ing a spite fence between his house and that of his fortunate rival JPrpby Dthet PROFESSIONAL CARDS J M STEILtSON 7r Mtorney At Law r 60 S Main z Winchester t BiSHrAttorneys At Law 60 S Main St Winches cilKy SEE GILBERT BOTTO FOR MeatstFish Vegetables Country Produce f BOTH PHONES OPERA HOUSE BLOCK WINCHESTER TAILORING COMPANY- M 8c H McKINNEY Props Clothes Cleaned Pressei and Rspfrri DRY CLEANING AND DYING A SPECIALTY Over Allaa tifarphy a Store oDD Court HellS l Gonkwrighi Transfer and Ice Go Crating Handling ark Mil Fur niture Pianos Etc a sedaIyiV North MtlM Street Brtk HUM THE NEWS by mill 53- iI YIIrt r I r I i i t f it tp l THE WINCHESTER NEWS L 7 iSWINDLING POOR WOMEN JMail Order Shark Got Caught In the Nets of Federal Law Those who bite and are bitten are many and widely distributed Recent aUIthorlUeswas a genius also a crook of perfect propor Lions He had figured it out he said that mail order advertising is so popu lar as to tempt the unwary particularly the Ignorant unwary almost anywhere from Massachusetts to Arizona effete east and frontier Accordingly this enterprising person advertised that for the small sum ot- a dollar he would send material and Instructions for making a dozen waists The completed waists were toI be returned to him or rather to high sounding company under the title of which he traveled through the malls Upon receipt of the dozen waists the maker would receive 3GO A waist could be made in a few min utes the advertisement said by any womanThousands of unsuspecting women sent In their dollars to this mail order advertiser As a matter of course practically all of them were poor wo men most of them pitifully poor who t were willing to Invest a hard earned and much needed dollar in the expec tation of getting nearly 4 In return The replies and the dollars came in from Maine and Florida from Seattle and San Diego from all over the coun try and even from Canada This mail order shark accepted Canadian money without protest Any sort of money looked good to him And he accepted the waists too but did not pay for them Instead he wrote back that the work was unsat Isfactory and suggested that the woI men send a dollar for a sample waist f so that they could see just exactly how the sewing was to be done thereby learn how to earn much andII ey In the future In every Instance the work was unsatisfactory Certainly That was the game Some few of the poor women sent another good dollar after the first one but most of them it is pleasant to say had sense enough to know that they had been bitten by a shark and did not need another bite to make sure of It Somebody complained and Uncle Sam pounced down upon this mail or der genius and put him in jail Now the moral is easy Nearly any one of these women by a little look Ing about could have found work at waist making right at home where they would have been sure of prompt and bpna fide acceptance of their good work and prompt pay to the agreement But accordingI ing that they were caught by the cutely worded little mail order ad and thousands of poor women WOUldI be taught yet if Uncle Sam gad not caught the catcher TOWN PHILOSOPHERS TALK He Expatiates on Feed For Towns That Tend to So long as people 1Ithe theory that distance chantment to a bargain just as it does to a view remarked the town II philosopher just so long will the local merchants suffer for lack of trade and the town remain stunted because it is not fed sufficiently toinsure itsI proper growth The food of a com munity is cash Thats a solid food but highly necessary to make a com munity strong and vigorous Dollars are easily digested The community appetite is always normal and if you keep on shipping your dollars out by money order or bank check to distant points to buy things you could buy right here at home with equal J advantage or better this town will ifstay hungry and increase in gauntlI nessI know towns the philosopher continued that are so lean because of this underfeeding due to mail or der competition that their bones stick out and are visible to the naked eye homeIr when It comes to a mature age it will be as puny and sickly as a youth who has smoked seven packages of cigarettes every day since he Was fourteen just continue to feed the towns legitimate foodthe dollars produced hereto the voracious maw of the mall order concerns away off yonder But if you want your town to be healthy and happy and look fat and prosperous with good red blood in its veins patronize the home mer chant the home manufacturer the home tailor doctor dentist printer etc every time you have a dollar to Feed your dollars to your neighbors and they will reciprocate in kind Fines if Paper Is Loose on Streets The Philadelphia councils highway committee has agreed on an ordinance which if passed by councils will make every householder liable to a fine of 5 if waste paper and other light mate rials are not placed in separate recep tacles from ashes Director of Public Works Stearns and Chief Benson of the bureau of highways have given their sanction to the ordinance the ob ject of which Is to prevent the waste paper and other house refuse from be ordinancenew year Great Aid to a Town One of the liveliest commercial clubs I In the state of Kansas is at Arkansas City It is results that count and the club seems to be getting results There Is nothing so beneficial ton town bet large or small as a harmonious working together of its business men for the whole good of the place INDOOR III SKATING I Cracks to Compete In Pittsburg and Cleveland Jan 2530 ALL EYES ON EDMUND LAMY Great Things Expected of Saranac Lake Boy Who Showed Wonderful Form Last SeasonWoodward SutI phen Will Be Hard to Beat A healthy revival of interest In one of the greatest of winter sports ice skating has been brought about by th cessation of hostilities between the Amateur Athletic union and the other bodies that were trying to govern the steel blade artists The Amateur Ath letic union found the chestnut too ho and let it drop back into the fire last EDMUND DAMY CHAMPION AMATEUR SKATER year whereupon the various otbor claimants combined and formed a association bearing the high sounding name of International Skating Union of the United States and Canada This association gave out the list of chim pionship meets recently and got drawIevent to be held in Pittsburg and the national Indoor championship in Cleveland during the week of Jan 2530 As a result of the renewed Interes many clubs throughout the countr have become very active and at Ihh date the men are rounding Into Cn condition they having been traiainr for some time at the various rinks Thus when the big carnivals come oft every competitor will be on edge and haInever The skater upon whom all eyeswill be focused is Edmund La y of tin Saranac Lake N Y Skating club This eighteen garold boy showed suc speed and form last season that many there were who pronounced him th greatest skater of his years that the world ever saw He won everything broke a number of excellent records and gave promise of setting up an entire new list of standards as soon as he had devel oped This year he has been moving better than ever and there is every reason to believe that some sensation al performances will be credited him before the season closes Another crack who will be seen in the championships is Woodward Sut phen the one and three mile United States title holder Sutphan is a com ing man and a game competitor which means that he will be hard to beat He and Ollie Wood and Herb Earl will probably be the trio to represent the Saratoga Skating club Wood is a brother of the famous Morris Wood now a professional and the latter says of him that when he gets over his fright he will give Lamy a race at al most any distance The New York Athletic club has a strong well balanced team which Walter Lee the champion fancy diver has been chosen to captain Lee has gathered around him E A Taylor G Lyman J J Miller t Smith A Sa rony and E Schultheis and intends making a great showing for the Mer curt foot Taylor does not know many betters indoors and is said to be the only man to have won a champion- shIp while Morris Wood was skating Lyman Sarony and Schultheis are all three good reliable men and Miller is a youngster who will bear watching He is a bit green still but the speed Is thereThe Wanderers expect to send to carnivals in both Pittsburg and land a well known trio of old timber Phil Kearney C Granger and W goldwho may not be of the Lam caliber but who know the game fro A to Z and so manage to win now an then and can always be relied upon t furnish good sport Verona Lake N Jhome of David Slayback the czar of skating Is t send an Al team to both cities Th four best performers mentioned are Sadeback McCrow Will aniand Pal vUser v Xl I MANY AFTERJoHNSoNW- ould Be Title Chasers Want Chance at Conqueror of Burns IIASBEc1 S COME TO LIFE Gus Ruhlin Tom Sharkey Bob Fitz cimmohs Bill Squires and Many Others Challenge the New Champion atalLong Range Much better than the sounding of the trump of Gabriel as far as bring bigemoney hung up for the JohnsonBurns championship battle at Sydney Aus tralia From all parts of the country the whole world In fact the long hurt led and almost forgotten bruisers are shaking off their shrouds giving up good jobs and getting their lungs In shape by howling challenges at John sonEach declares that he is willing and able to beat the big colored man that he will not demand 30000 as did Tommy Burns but would be willing to make the match if the stakes were fairly divided There is also a lot of hot air about side bets These run up close to a million in the aggregate While all these challenges are find Ing their way into print the one man in the world that the sporting men think has a splendid chance of defeat ing Johnsonretired champion Jim Jeffries is staying at home and re peating that he is through with the fighting game forever and that he would not enter the ring with any man in the world even if he received 50 000 for his end of the purse Tom Sharkey once a near champion but far from near after Jim Jeffries had caved in a few of his ribs was the first to say that he wants to fight Johnson Sharkey does not really care to reenter the ring but to take the championship from a black man he will sacrifice his time business and feelings It is heroic on his part He talks as though there could be no slIp up in his plans and feels so sure that he will bet from 5000 to 10000 on the sidethat is he says he will You know Thomas was always strong for bettingClark Ball one time manager of Fitzsimmons John L Sullivan and backIMarvin Hart to win the title Ball honestly says that he Is not certain that Hart could win but thinks that the Louisville man has as good a right to fight Johnson as any one elseHc thatjustnas good a and Just as much chance So sure Is Hart that he can get a match with Johnson that he has turn ed down an offer of 200 per month to get John E Madden in shape by box Ing with him daily There is no talk of a side bet here Mike Schreck the German heavy weight that Jim Corbett touted as the coming champion of the world is also anxious for a crack at the new chain pion Although he has been defeated many times Schreck claims he has never trained but surely would were he matched to meet Johnson He also talks of unlimited backing Next comes Gus Ruhlin Ruhlin is more modest in his demands The Akron giant says that Sharkey has n wonderful nerve to think that he Is the only man in the business that has a right to fight Johnson and suggests that he and Sharkey fight to decide who gets the honor Among the many challenges hurled at the dusky champion is one from Bob Fitzsimmons now In London do ing a daily vaudeville stunt According to recent reports the attendant has been very small so foxy Rub Robert thought a little free advert Ing at the expense of Johnson wouh boom the show Others that are there with chal lenges are Philadelphia Jack OBrien Boshter Bill Squires and Jim Barry The only one that has a chance as far as the experts believe is Sam Langford the colored light heavy weight and he is in line Those still to be heard from are Jack Munroe Gunner Moir Jem Roche Peter Maher Mike Morrissey Herr Plaacke Joe Rogers Steve ODonnell Con Coughlin Jabber Carey and Jim Stewart WINTER BALL TALK r Billy Sullivan is mentioned as the probable manager of the Chicago Americans in case Fielder Jones really does quit baseball Catcher Kleinow says the New York Americans new second baseman Gardner is a second Johnny Evers This will be good news for Manager StallingsNot to interfere with the in augural proceedings in Washington on March 4 Connie Mack will not start south with his Philadelphia Americans until March 10 Baseball is so popular In Mexico that a Mexican national league has been bodyenor league clubs toythedsnreocompany Hughey Jennings says brains are needed in base running Quite likely theeplaceinbat bagJ X iTHEM WINCHESTERNEWS The Best AdvertisingMedium Clark County t r Now is the time for the uptodate businessman to take advantage of a golden opportunity The Merchants of Winches ter never had the same chance before to reach the buyers Winchester and Clark county Every week day in the year ov er 1600 homes in this county receive the News And they read it tooI The management ofthe News before the paperIwas started estimated that a 1000 circulation would be satisfac f tory At the rate the paper is growing 2 500 will be nearer the markThe Spring trade is almost at hand If a Merchant does not do business now he can nev er hope to do it The Country has awakened s nee the election Good times are ahead for us all Why not seize time by the forelock and get into the columns of the News R The people who have Imoney in this city read I the News every evening IThe people who have B money on theruralroutes 1 of Clark get the News ev 1 ery morning I g I Advertise in THE NEWS Jand the- fimesrINE be abreast of t ohe COjv I i I f Jy fti Cr l 8Ii T JrNrJf Tf RMFW f JlFfiAtkSArr NEGRO YMGJt ISvifltfodoced Americas X Greatest Statesman bcUss RACE QUESTION ttays Cofbrfed Men Must Settle It The fselves by Industry Thrift and Information Believe Dehomlnfations Are Becoming rdllr Tolerant and Refers to Payment For Friars Lands as Example Denies Taking tpartJln Oregon Senatorial Contest v Augusta aJn IS Introduced to a big audieni of men comprising tthethe most popular jand conspicuous c tfze 1ofothe United States Ameri ds greatest statesman our uncrowned king for whom we wish a successful administration and a second termby the famous Dr Walker knoyrn as t iiie Black Spurgeon Mr Taft became greatly interested In discussing tie Christian uplift of Y ILyXX A worjraiid talked for an un usually time to this enthusiastic listeners presentgroes df Georgia whd owned he said a million a res of land in the stat and paid taxes on 20000000 worth of property This reportMr Taft regarded as most encouraging it gave him an lugtration for his oftexpressed belief that the race question must be settle t by the negroes themselves be communityxnaticn and thrift acquired by con itant individual effort He dwelt at 1Ction and illustrated his point by pic turing the temptations and depres eton of Americans in the Philippines and the help which the association was rendering there to afford whole some ways of entertainment for the leisure hours It was hl3relietf that the Y M Cx A had brought about in this couhitr more tolerance between the various religious denominations As an exam VIe of this he made a detailed expla iatiott of the situation this gover merit found itself in with respect it fee friar lands in the Philippines but jpam theticaUy remarked before pro ceeaing I think a pretty good ex ample of this tolerance is the tact th t lam elected president of the United State- Concurrence he said had been ob repIthat no protest would be made by them when the government should take up with the pops the negotia tions v necessary to acquire title to these lands The purchase for 7 whatlvOl1tdin the Philippines which would have cost this government millions in money and many lives Forty years ago Mr Taft said it would have been impossible to concurrence1lhere onillefir the Roman Catholic church which vas contrary to our traditions The statement is authorized from Jflr t no person has author itjp to represent presidentelect as regaringThe need of such a statement has been upon Mr Taft by In rformation that his name was being used in efforts to break down the Oregon primary law ATTEMPTS DARING RESCUE Brother of Deserter Attacks Officer and Fatally Wounds Passenger Fort Smith Ark Jan 18 Enter ing the par of an Iron Mountain train near here in which his brothe- Grant Quinn sat handcuffed to Police Officer Burgess of this city who was taking Quinn to Little Rock to be turned Qverto the military author ties as a deserter Lee Quinn opene returnedthEgers came to his assistance Quinn after emptying his pisto- leaped from the train and escape- During the fusillade one of the pas eng rs Irwan Brassfield of Mulberry Ark received what is believed to be a fatal wound Burgess was uninjured and continued to Little where he placed his prisoner in t Custody of the military authorities Fullington O Ks Bills Columbus 0 Jan 18Auditor of state E illingtQn has given his in iflprsement to the payment of the bills investigatingComm tile condition of affairs in the office ot treasurer of state and auditor ofat ate last winter The total amount PBBCOprfated for this purpose was 45 K Six 4rfl68 Burned tonr San IS Fire destroyed via 8utQataige 1is4 estimated at 750000 J I N r at REVIEW DE PAST YEAR NineteenrHundred and5ght Sea son of Sport One of Thrills MANY CHANGES IN TITLES Baseball Held Attention of Public Un til Races Were Decided Smaller Colleges Better Able to Cope With Big Fellows In Football OtHer TopicsBy THOMAS F CLARK For thrilling climaxes it is doubtful besCorefartas ba is concerned as the fact that both major league pennants were decided on the last day of the season means that the extreme limit of diamond sensations has been reached The exciting incidents of a presiden ial campaign and the lay of the muck were of minor importance dui ing the last six weeks of the greatest struggles in the history of the national game Baseball was the countrys business until the pennants really were decided and nothing was allowed to interfere with the throbbing details of that business Chicago was in the thickest of the fight all the time Old Chi was really the axis about which the baseball world revolved As usual most of the glory came Chicagos way Nationalcleague championship and then the worlds title although thousands theebannor beenenotable owing to the fact that the smaller colleges have made big inroads Ju the records of the historic winners Harvard played brilliant foot ball nIl season and won the eastern championship with a clean slate and Chicago university gathered to itself the leadership of the west College and university students claim that their game football should be crowned and garlanded as the kingpin of athletics The American style of Rugby certainly pastrPew years especially since the reform rules were passed Although a damper was thrown on the lawn tennis enthusiasts of this country by the recent defeat of Messrs Beals Wright and F B Alexander in Australia while endeavoring to wrest away the Davis cup the season has yUcen one of sustained interest and real class of competition The national championship was retained by W A Lamed He trimmed one of his an Emnerson of Cincinnati kept the western laurels and also captured the north western championship at Lake Min contlnuedutobaeypung expert Jay Gould as usual wpuT whatever was worth winning in the amateur class and George Standing easily captured the professional tittle In rack from Peter Latham the English champion Another season in bowling has rolled by and the sport has continued to make a rpmarkable advance Chicago claims front rank as a center of the alley game A Wcngler of Chicago won the individual title at the Cincin nati tournament and a Chicago pair Harry Kiene and Jimmy Chalmers since deceased had the honor of tak ing the doubles The five man title went to Columbus 0 the Bonds set ting the excellent count of 2927 America melee another shampo ship to its long list when Prink Optch owned George Hackenachmldt the Russian Lion at Chicago in April The foreigner was simply ujmble to combat the trained speed and brain work of the Yankee Fred Harjbw an outsider IBJlthe new trap shooting champion winning the classic title by defeating a great field in Columbus O The American OlympiangamesStates is the national rifle champion winning at Camp Perry 0 against a number of splendid sharpshooters Lieutenant Sayre is the American champion with the revolver Walter Winans an American born man but who now lives in London is easily the worlds champion with the revolver Twelve new American swimming rec searson clubfannexing five the marks Honors for the year are apportioned among Daniels Brown Hebner and Handy Louisdof 1908 and more interest was manifested in the sport than ever in the titledpion Webb at Wanganui New Zea land during the middle part of Decem her Among the college crews Harvard was the leader on performances oheCornell passed under the yoke on the Charles river and finally the Yale oarsmen were badly defeated by their ancient and honorable rival The in tercollegiate regatta at Poughkeepsie Columbiaghistoricofrace between Cambridge and Oxford Putney the former was the rjrtor Tra American athletes captured the majority of the track and fiejd events at the Olympic last JulyAugust Melvin Sheppard set two new worlds record in the 800 and 1 500 meter races Ralph Rose easily captured the shot put Jonn Flanagan the JuuBBjer throw Ray Ewry the standing broad and high jumps broadfi iP rK j KING r DINES OfEICERS Grecian Monarch Proves Dell9ul r Host to Americans Athens Jan 18King George gave a dinner at the palace to the superior officers of the American warships Missouri and Ohio Covers were laid for 60 Informal tasts were ex KING GEORGE F Changed and the king GREECEl tunity to engage the versation The lewhobeen irreproachable Thousands Visit Fleet Marseilles Jan 18 Thousands o persons visited the American battle ships and the crowds were so thick impedIedtheir passengers on board the Ameri can vessels The American sailor- who speak French were assigned to explain and describe the various ob jects of interest aboard ship to the visitors EXCHANGE GREETINGS American Fleet Officers Dined on Board British Warship Malta Jan 1KThe United State- battleship Illinois arrived here fro Messina where she was engaged fo a brief period in relief work amon the earthquake sufferers Rear Ad miral Potter members of the squad ron and captain of the battery of th Wisconsin and Captain Hutchins o the Kearsarge dined with Admiral CurzoI Howe the comnianderin chief of the British Mediterranean fleet After toasting King Edward an President Roosevelt tie British ad thelAmericansand navy wMch he said always work ed cordially together He congratulated Rear Admiral Potter on the fin appearance of the American ships after sp splendidly achieving theirre markable voyage around the world PROHIBITIONISTS TO KEEP UP AGITATION Try to Pass Bill to Stop Mallu- Tennessee1 facture in Nashville Tenn Jan 18By a pe culiar coincidence the Cooper mur Dbyfor hearing just as the fight fqr state wide prohibition is at its height The red ribbon forces by breaking the Democratic caucus forced a statewide bill through the legislature it now awaits the governors andI The prohibitionists are now trying to pass another bill prohibiting the man ufacture of alcoholic malt or vinou- liquors in the state of Tennessee Tin measure known as the statewide law simply prohibits the sale of liquor within four miles of any schoolhouse The prohibitionists say if there is a spot in the state which is not within four miles of a schoolhouse they will see that a schoolhouse is built The bill to prohibit the man fac ture of liquor in the state is being fought more bitterly than any measure ever introduced POLICE BEAt SOCIALISTS More ThanHundred Injured In Dresden Riots Dresden Jan 18A Socialist demonstration in behalf of electoral reform led to a serious riot in which att connan I the rioters the former eventually beating back the great crowd of Srcialists who were endeavoring to force theirNway the palace of the reigning king Friederich August Religious Test Closes Cleveland 0 Jan 18 The tw weeks effort of l800 young people o this city toiJIve as Jesus would live came to a close with a mass meeting at the Epworth Memorial church Experiences were related by scores of those who made the trial The services were in charge of the Rev w B Wallace wh declared tbat the test had been a success and Indicated that Christians could live more Chrlsttike kT 7Ji ta r12 sfOR CLEANER TEETH i- A Massachusetts Dental Society Begins Session at Boston Tonight v Boston Jan 18 In an effort to ed Ucate the public as to then cg ssity of keeping the mouth and teeth clean and healtify to establish dental hygiene in schools as a part of public education to prevent the spread of infectious diseases to prevent pain and increase the mental and physical of prtablishof diseased conditions of the moutn and teeth the Massachusetts state conference on oral and dental hygiefie will begin a sixdays session here tonight The leaders of the conference de clare that the importance of dental hygiene had never been understood or appreciated by the public at large Many of them mention wiia approval the theory of Dr Henry Upson a Cleveland neurologist who announced a few days ago his discovery that there is a direct connection between defects in dentition on tiIone hand and criminal instincts and nervous disorders on the otherIZane Descendent Dies Lancaster a Jan 18Isaac Mar tin an expert botanist was found dead in bed at the home of his broth er Lucien Martin just west of the city He was G9 years of age and was never married The deceased was a greatgrandson of Ebenezer Zane who in the early flays wa- s given three large tracts of land b pikie Ky THIRTY IROOOOIS CASES SETTLEs IsFor Each Death Chicago Jan 18It was niade public that after flue years of hotly contested litigation settlements had been made in the cases of 30 of the firesbmone responsible theatergcompany in tnese cases having been with drawn from court hifs w a fire re celved 750 or each death Many lndhvidnar onsetdcases d at 400 NO MORE VICTIMS DIE Confusion at Glenwood Springs Is OuteGlenwood Springs Colo Jan 18 The confusion following upon th wreck at Dotsero is gradually bean straightened out There have bee no more deaths among the injured and more hope is entertained for the recovery of those whose condition is serious There were 136 passengers on the train and most of them are accounted for George Maham of Princeton Ind is missing His wife is one of the seriously injured and in no condition to give a description She insists Jhat her husband and father were on the train The father Henry Dunn of St Louis has been fojmd among the dead The total number of dead is 20 JUBILEE IN CAPITAL TONIGHT Methodists Celebrate Birth of MoVements Washington Jan 18ln the Metropolitan Methodist Episcopal church In this city Methodist Episcopalians will celebrate with prayer and music and addresses the diamond jubilee of the beginning of the missionary movement of the church Seventyfive years ago the church sent out its first missionary in the person of Melville B Cox who landed on the west coast of Afri ca in Liberia and began the work that has now spread to all parts of the civilized and uncivilized world President Roosevelt and Vice President Fairbanks will speak at tonights celebration Other speakers will be Earl Cranston Methodist Episcopal bishop of and Joseph C Hartzell missionary bishop to Africa since 1896 One purpose of the celebration is the starting olio fund to equip in bet ter manner the stations of the Metho distEpiscopal church inAfrica There are six of these in different parts of the continent and the sum of 300000 Is needed to aid in the spreadingof their work Members of the church contributefdiamond jubilee in addition to their regular offerings Marriage Annulled Greenfield hid Jan 18In the cir cWt court here Judge Mason annulled the marriage of George Rhodius and Elma Dare on tfae ground that Rho dins was not of sound mind when the marriage took place c iC 1 k MT STERLING NEWS MT STERLING Ky Jan 18 The trustees of the Mt Sterling pub lic Graded School at a meeting held here decided to oven an additional room and employ another teacher to take charge of half of the fifth grade which lids become solarge that one pupilsIrherea room was r Groves residence on Harrison avenue and Miss Alice Cassity was as the new teacher She is a graduate of the gradedschool and is well qualified for the position The present school building is not pupiI rollment since its organization and it is said an effort will be made to vote another bond issue here and build an addition to the main building which is one of the largest and best public school buildings in the State INSANE MAN ATTACKS JUDGE A R BURr AM Sheriff BroatUlus Saves the luris From Possible Serious Injury rrRICHMOND Ky Jan 18Bijoi White a wealthy and wellknown farmer of this county was tried here Saturday on the charge of being of unsound mind He was pronounced insane and ordered to fhe Lexington asylum to which place he was taken this afternoon While the trial was in 1uddenly became violent and nftnck ed his attorney Judge A R Burnam But for the quiche action of Sheriff Woolens and a number of men his attackmighthave resulted seriously f Donut fail to have your picture taken at Earps art gallery while the reduced rates are on January only 118eod ttCastroeappears to lie of as much importance as oinVene ela dictating and fluffing While he at home stirring up one power after another curiosity as to the manner man he was became subordinate to dignation that he should be to play fast and loose with treaty ob dieP lqmatic dignity He was a power in S nezuela and a makes of trouble for nations having dealings with that country This was all the world cared to know Castro was not easily eliminated from Venezuelan affairs even though out of his country Even in Caracas mysterys 4 snolflce but when it suited him to take the helm again he simply returned to the capital and began issuing orders Those who knew Castro best believe that his trip to Europe is ar withIthe powers of the world do not seem to scare him any more than one o the petty 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