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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fa1 m- r Jfj5r f I r 1 J Tt 4ilstditiont VOL 1 89 J WINCHESTER KY TUESDAY 11JANUARY 261909 2 CENTS COPY II CENTS A WEE ITRADE BRISK TON COURT DAY Largest Crowd in Years About 1200 Head of Cattle on thes L Market Monday was county court day and the crowd that was in town was pronounced by all to be the biggest that has been seen here on day for some years The crowd at the stock yards hiring the morning hours was also unusually large and the buying was brisk Trading at the Shippers and Farmers Stock Yards court day was exceptionally brisk and practically all the stock offered was sold cJ12O Cattle on the Market There was about 1200 head of cat 4ttie on the market and of this number about 200 were sold at satis factory prices The prices on feed cattle ranged from 3 4 to43cents which is considered extra good for this time of the year There was about 2Q milch cows on the market and they were all sold at prices rang ing from 35 to 65 Among the real J good sales that were reportedwas the sale of 51 yearling cattle by G W Holsten to different parties for 15 per head Good Quality and Good Prices There was an unusually large num her of horses and mules an the downtown marketSand they were re ported as Qein otanextla gpod quality and brought good prices The crowd that was in town was said by all to be the largest seen here en day for sQme time Some of the Sales The following are some of the sales Joe Filder sold 3 steers 5001bs at 334 cents 6 light steers at 340 a lot of 880lb heifers cents and a good cow at 3 cents M B Jones bought 33 steers SOO- Ths at 44 cent WH Hodgioh JbughV2lJascCTs 700lbs at 41h Jones R Brandenburg bought a carload of steers weighing from 400 to 1000 lbs at 414 cents M Lykin sold 3 steers 5061bsat 4 4 cents G M Haulcy sold 51 steers loflv Ibs at 1iieach George Lewis bought 4 cows at 3 cents J H Noble sold 32cows at 3 tents 7 small tefcrsatllflT eachand U lot of small heifers at 16 W E Little soldScows and heif rs at 362V 20 yearling steers 600lbs at 450 and bought 20 steers 750tbs at 425 Mr Legerof Knox county sold 7 steers 680lbs at 4 9 centsr Charlie Rose sold 50 mixed cattle at 44 cents ofJifI good quality Tie demands was briskat advancing prices JuicestttT mule to A Renickfor 200 Se also sold a pair of 15hand mare mules for 350 W H Hod ljdsold a pair of mar mules to Lexington party for42 and these were afterwards sold at a profit Jas Oliver sold to Joe Downing a 1lcemare 1nu141h hands high for d200 Cal Crawford sold one pair for X500a another for400 Jas Eades sold a mare mule for 200rJ E Brandenburg solda small horse mule for 136 Dallas Powell sold a small two yearold mule for 95 and a five yearold mule for 140 7 SMALL BLAZE AT HOME OF HENRY BAKE Fire Depart ant Responds to Call r v Early Tuesday Morning 0 f The fire department was called t early Tuesday morning to the resi deuce of Henry Baker oh Woodford avenue to extinguish a small blaze in the roof of his house caused by a defective flue The loss was small covered by insurance ACCEPTED CALL Elder Thomas Knox of this city 1 has accepted call to the Bald Hill Christian chiirch in Nicholas countyTV i yr tr I c J J i i v it5 t5 k iRGESTCIRLUCAfrONIN WINCHSTER AND CLAD COUNTlS 4r THE WINCiEST NEws r 1 COLLEGE BEATS TOTMi Third of Indoor Ball SeriesResuits- in Score of 19 to 17 For Collegians Monday night the thirt the series of indoor baseballgamenbeCveen- the college nine and the Winchester Reds was played before a good audience and resulted in a win for the collegians by a score of 19 tol7The Reds started off with a big lead in the first inning but thecollege boys caught up in the third and held the lead until time was calledvat tle ox piration of the hour agreed upon as the time limit the score gQing back to fThe the spectacular work of Prof Dalgety who officiated in the box for the winners He pitcheda remarkable hit like a fiend and his fielding was a revelation In the inning he practically retired the opposing side maki g RsistrCaldwell Crockett arid Cannon also played sensational bull though it is hard to pick out any particular stars as the teams last night were excep tionally will balanced Poedstead-ily and fielded his position nice lyeBerry and Crane also deserve special mention The team asa whole played up to their standard and it was simply a case of the best teain won as has been the case in thfe otbertwo games of the series The lineup follows Winchester K W C Strode C Eagle Campbell P Dalgety Todd First Sase Henry Berry Second Base Caldwell McClure Third b5s Aitkhi Proctor KrJS S Stone Crane IS Sf Crockett Benton f v R F t Green Moore L F rarinonUmpire Curny Duty f INVITATION TO A LOUlSVltLE BANQUET Needs of Houses Invite Blue Grass Hosts For Spread on Jan uary 29 ColR R Perry received the following invitation Tuesday morning the banquet that js fo be given by the Louisville Heads of Houses at the Seelbach Hotel January 29th Louisville Heads of houses to their Bluegrass hosts The honor of your company IS requested at a banquet to be given at the Seelbach Hotel January twenty ninth at 730 Pm in recognition of courtesies extended to the excurion ists through the Bluegrass on Aug ust 28fkto 30th Please reply SAM P JONES Chairman Louisville Ky 1 THOSE INVITED beoTherNews it was stated that only intimate friends of the department were invited but this is not correct as only the members and city and county officials are invited COUNTY SCHOOL QUESTIONS ARE HERE Superintendent Tanner to Conduct andRSaturday County School Superintendent Tanner hits received from State Super intenediit of Public Instruction7 Crabbe the questions for the exam CountySchoolwill be held in Superintendent Tan mrs office on Friday and Saturday Ja ugly 29 and 30 Those who fail in the January examination or who are unable to take the examination will lie given u second opoortunity the second Friday and Saturday in May All who have Completed the on school courseware eligible to take the examination jj rI r jtfrt r A LAWRENCE LOWELL NEW HEAD OF HARVARD presldentand best known families in New England The cities of Lowell and Lawrence are named for his ancestors He was graduated from Harvard in 1877 He has written extensively on legal ethical sociological and educational topics MONDAY IS JONAH DAY FOR WINCIM Basket Ball and Broom Ball Teams Are Beaten By the Out side Teams s Monday proved to be ajonal1 with the different nthj e1ia rgajilza of the yr oft Kentucky egewas defeated at the Auditorium Monday after oon by the High School team of Lexington by the score of 22 to 15 This was the second ofa series of andbit attracted a large and enthusiasti crowdand promises to take well The broom ball known as the Redi tvent to Richmond and were defeated by the team of that phiCe in what was said to be the fastest game seen this season The score was 1 to 0 In spite df the bad and rainy weather that prevailed Monday night there was a large crowd at the Auditorium to sea the game of indoor baseball betwefh the and town teams n in a victory for the college team iy a narrow margin the score being 19 to 18 This was the first time the college team has succeeded in defeating the town teamThe next attraction at the Auditorium will be the broom ball Wednesday night between tHe Won regularAuditorium TWENTYTWO THOUGHT DEAD Men Entombed in Boswell Mine Are All Believed to Have Perished Special to The News Tivenrtytwo men were entom ed the Boswell coal mine in Somerset coun ty followingan explosion which filled three men The entombed entered the mine to investigateiand were caught by subsequent explo sions All are believed to be dead Superintendent G Logan and assist ant superintendent George Morris are among the dead IMPORTANT TIMBER DEAL Floyd Day has sold a tract of land on Frozen Creek Breathit county to Winterbotton Son of Grand Rapid Michigan for 35QOO of which 30 bue1Swillcutting the timer l h EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF BURLEY SOCIETY Meets Wednesday Morning and District Board on Thursday Adoption dfPiedgeV thitilae 1eke 4t regular Session Wednesday morning and continue jii session unt tit the meeting of the District Board TNjrdpyPrii1ent s from his home in Cynthiana and will fee meetingsAside business the one most important feature o the meeting will be the final adoption of the pledge fo ihe pooling of the 1909 crop which was passed upon at the meeting of the Union Society pledgeissomewtlat under which the 19067 crops wer pooled The conditions of the pledge under which the pooling of the 1909 crop will be done wilL probably be given out the meeting INFORMAL MEETING AT THE COURT HOUSE Citizens Invited to Confer Tuesday President x Frost 4 There will be an informal confer ence of citizens with President Frost of Berea held in the county courtroom at the court house Tuesday night at 7 30 oclock with reference to the Industrial School for colored people The meeting is open to ev eryone who is interested in thi movement and a large attendance is desired The following is the com7 mittee on themeeting J M Benton RR Perry D T MatlackC H Bowen and WM Beckner i A GOOD PLOY The following tel5amwas receiv frodnl oP t Paris Ky- Flaming Arrow GompanY play here last night fosa good hous Performance gbworth the price of admissioh Advise people of Winchester to go7 4 WE WELCOME THEM The family pf Mr R M foreman of the Tglk dasUng Co arrived Saturday from Cleveland Oluoi to make IfiacliMPfcBCtheir ha Forthe present tlla ijfclar rented a kouse on WayItQAll sftr t t f t t L jt t r TE MEN SHUT UP in MINE Were Investigating Unsatisfactory ConditionsGas Explo sion Occurs 4ji s v Pittsburg Jan 26While Superin tendent J G Logan and a party of miners were investigating conditions which had been unsatisfactory in the coal mine of the Merchants Coal company at Boswell Somerset coun ty a gas explosion occurred which has already cost the life of one man and may result in the death of a dozen more Because of the anticipated trouble the night shift was not permitted to enter the mine and thus the lives of many men were spared Superintendent Logan accompanied by Mine Boss George Morris Pit Boss John Cole and 11 foreigners had begun an investigation and were nearly a mile back in the mine when the explosion occurred Such was its force that a 10ton motor was turned upside down The mine caved in asM the passage way wascompletely blocked with 10 men back of the ob struction Three foreigners badly burned their way out CARTER IS PERSISTENT I Brings Senateegton Jan 26The postal savings bank and the omnibus claims bill were before the senate for discus sion and amendment but no substantial progress was made on either measure tAn amendment was made to the postal bill limiting to 500 thetamount of the deposits of any one person and fixing the rate of interest to be paid at 2 per cent with the un derstanding that the amendment would be subject to further change by the senate Senator Carter in charge of the measure announced that he Would keep it before the senate on opportunity until it was disposed of Senator Heybum of Idaho in an ex tended speech opposed the passage wrO I rrMrr Prepares Penitentiary Measure Columbus Or Jan 26To Senator Alsdorf has been allotted the task of preparing the bill providing for the remodeling of the Ohio penitentiary along the lines suggested by Former Governor Harris and Governor Har mon An appropriation rof 150000 fwill be requested The shops aban doned the operation of the Wertz law wIll be remodel i and used in the manufacture of auch articles as can be used in other state institu tions MtMBERSeGovernor Harmons Appointees on Agricultural Board Take Hold Columbus 0 Jan 26 In orcre that Jacob F Beidler of Lake county a Republican and Jesse F Cross o Fayette county a Democrat participate in the reorganization of the state board of agriculture today Governor Harmon removed two mem bensof the board L PBailey of Bel wont county and H M Brown of Highland County both Republicans and made the appointments Messrs Beidler and Cross made week to take effect Feb 1 effectiv- at once Bristow Made Senator Topeka Kan Jan 26Today both houses of the Kansas legislature met in Joint session and eleqted Joseph L Bristow of Salina United States senator to succeed Chester I Long for a sixyear term beginning March 4 next WRECKEDsSeveral Employes Hurt When Gas Explodes In Basement Columbus Neb Jan 26rAn ex plosion of gas in the basement of the Thurston hotel badly wrecked th building and seriously injured J Hunter the cook and Mrs l tmte his assistant the woman so badly may not recover James OBrien a workman who was in the basement Was blown out of the room but is not seriously hurt Fifteen men in the dining room escaped witn minor injuries dMedals For Wright Brothers medalleS a awarded to Orville and Wright by congress in and appreciatidn of their great se vices in the advancement dt aerial navigation and for their ability courage and success in navlgatijg tkd air asPIOYMI resolution adoptwt by th MMUttt Senator Foralcier of QTttai in traced the weltttipir Trhlok in armsy tits yyp 3 v Yi Z st B rtk 2rsr f It L i y tfJ t r t 111 i1 I Generally WEATHER Fair TwifflJit Wednesday fatMuch fChange in temperature NO A court very court at4 cents game third comm team game at found MAINE ENTERS HAVANA HARBOR Coming Arouses Interest Among All v ClassesAnchors Wear 7 vWreckage Havana Jan 260n the eleventh anniversary of the arrival of the old battleship Maine on her illfated mis sion to Cuban waters the new Maine with the still more modern Mississippi following in her wake sailed into Havana harbor to be present at the inauguration of General Jose Mi guel Gomez and the new Cuban gov ernment on Thursday next This is the first visit of the namesake of the wrecked warship and her coming excited great interest not only among Americans but among all classes of the residents who lined the harbor walls fror 7 tery opposite Mor wharf off which thetfleships are moored to anchorage buoys within a few hundred yards of the tangled mass of steel and the old fighting top the visible remnants oC the vessel destroyed Feb 15 1898 Occasional applause and some cheering greeted the ships but for the most part the Cubans looked on silently All shipping in the harbor stopped as the two big vessels threaded the channel to the anchorage buoys assigned to them by the port authorities These buoys are the nearest in the harbor to the wreck of the old Maine which naturally attracted intense Interest on the part of the officers and men on the f1hiPfJt and parties from both vessels made l close inspection in small boats of he visible portions of the wfeclc The streets of Havanas downtown section are filled with hundreds of bluejackets on liberty Lieutenant Commnader W T Cluverius of the Missfssippi is a survivor of the old Maine on which he was serving as a midshipman at the time of the explo sion which destroyed her Lieutenant Compander Sumner E W Kittelle navigator of the Mississippi is a son refi1hl1I Tt 4 i STOCK RAISERS MEET American National Live Stock Ass elation Begins Sessions Today Los Angeles Cal lab 2LQueer tions of great Importance to cattlemen throughout the country especial IjT In the zest will be dSectteoBd at the twelfth annual convention of the American National Live Stock racer elation beginning here totay and lasting three days Hundreds of Jegates aeotis whom ire owmefs et some of the biggest weeterm rasclMsv throng the streets of the city Among the important questtowr which will come before the convee tion will be the proposed revision oT meatrhides wool and other products of U e stock industry fIt is expected that the association will adopt resolutions favoring the en actment of laws for adequate railroad service the furnishing of plenty tfreight cars arid other problems st transportation Protectionfatkaa FranciscoiateaggiB bly calling upon the CaliforqlaU delis = gallon in congress to urge the estab lishment in Pacific waters of a fleet whose war strength shall be as great as that of any other nations on1 the Pacific 4 SECURE ONE JUROR Slow Progress Is Being Made fa Cooper Trial at Nashville Nashville Tenn Jan 26The nit result of another days work in the trial of Colonel Duncan B Cooper Robin Cooper and John D Sharpe for the murder of exSenator Carmack ewas one lone juror added to the six paneLthreeronly one qualified J H Vaughn Tie hearing of the charges agaiagt JMTOP Leigh will take place as soon a tk wiiokgY r Will Hold Both Jebc Fostoria 0 Jan 26 Mayor An derson has decided to reject thest vice of Attorney General Desinans1 d fleerof this city and at the saM ierdistrict at Washington Fire Destroys PIqua Plant Piqua 0 Jam 26 The plant e oopateTe20 tO The j Uat was located iloiaathe PeMsylTaiila railroad tod MIieager trails krt te ee detoered asilr8I hta Ji jJ JW TT 77- I r l f l I J t f i j 1 I I 7 Plie TW f t Jii tHEW1PCHESTERNEWfl J 1EWCOHER FOR RING TlnEl Or Roller of Seattle Anxious change Wallops With Al Kaufman A new ampidriXheavywelght possi v jbllity has loomed ijp on the pugilistic jlioriaon in the person of Ir B F jpller Qf Seattle Wash practicing physician who is a wrestler r and an postjedB3rrYin1thirtynine cur ls never a tle although he has boxed with many jgood heavyweights in practice and more than held his own with them Boiler has been in the wrestling game for many years He has only one defeat chalked up agaiust him that at the hands Of Frank Gotch the champion In speaking of the medico recently Gotch said Roller is the toughest nan I ever met not even barring the great Hackehschmidt Were it not for his overeagerness he would have had a winning chance re held back and made the big fellow do most of the work until he became tlrdd Roller says lack of experience will not worry him in the fighting Same Roller stands six feet in his stock- Ings and hi fighting costume weighs 310 pounds He was born on a farm near Newman Ill When he was fifteen years old he had attained his full- lieight weighed 2Q3 pounds and was the champion wrestler of his county At seventeen he became known through unmercifully beating a prizefighter who had had a challenge out for years to any one in Douglas county In 1893 Roller entered the junior preparatory year of De Pauw university and five years later graduated with high honors While In college he play ed almost every position on the foot hall team and was one year captain and coach of both the football and track teams Roller was oneof the best football players in the central states and established some new state records irivtbrowing the weights In Sthe spring of 1898 he represented the Thicago Athletic club ina dual meet With the New York Athletic club ABLE CHESS MATCH DATES Collegians Select March 20 and Brook Iyn Club Accepts March 26 Dates for both the international ca hie chess matches with Great Britain have been agreed upon The first of the fixtures ia set for March 20 when n team of Six American students will play against Qxford and Cambridge Heretofore play has been confined to a Saturday but a proposition will be made to start play on Friday after noon thereby preventing the recurrence of the adjudications which prolonged the decision of the referee inor fiinately last year The Brpoklyn NY ChessL club has ben tiffered the choice o two sets of dates by the City of London Chess club for the annual cable match for the Sir eQrg Newnes trophy and has cabled Its cceptnnceof Friday and Saturday March 26 and 27 play beginning each tiny at Hhoclqck In the morning New JSTork time INTERNATIONAL HANDBALL Oowl s oflfelandan Kelly of Brook lyn to Play Series An international handball series has been arranged between John J Bowles of Limerick Ireland and Jams Kelly of Brooklyn who was also born in Ireland The men have agreed to play ihe best of fifteen games for 500 n fildel the first seven games In Limerick betWeen July 5 and 11 and the re 4 handIballtional contest which has taken place Jn America since the match between Mike EganJ of Jersey City and Ton QToole of Kantunk Ireland some years ago when Egan won easily BASKET BALL TOURNEY Big Annual Meet of Protective Asso elation In February The Pratdative Basket Ball associa tion of New JTork has arranged to liave the largest of its annual tourna Inn s start about Feb 15 and will embody two hamplonshfpsthe light Weight class averaging 140 pounds with individual limit 155 pounds and the heavyweight class weight unlim ited a Dixien to Race In Monaco Commodore B J Schroeder owner I of the Dlkie II the American cham pion motor boat intends sending the WIcedy craft to Monaco to compete in the speed trials there in the spring f rI t CURRENT SPORT NOTES Annapolis will construct a quarter inlle ittnning track Pugilist Billy Papke will rest six months t v Willie Hoppe wilt go into the billiard business 1 iSt iioulffls to havoa six day bicycle race Baltimore City college1 will take up rowIng tJniverafty of WisconsIn Is likely to drop baseball Th Annafiolls lacrosse team Is ar- rangIng an elaborate schedule Games rePdin wlt Johns Hopkins Ste Trena Lehlgh Harvard Swarthmore 4and Yirginia i The Kotlqport track just west of Cleveland Q will probably be Includ ed In the tri8tate circuit now being oi jgahized It Is propjosea tx bare tinl Jorn pre 1ventso 4OQ J t t 4t1 r t i i 7 r7 = I DAICY BATH INJURIOUS onIQuo of the most cherished traditions of the British race the col4 tub every morning is mercilessly criticised by Dr J H Clarke of London in Vital Economy or How to Conserve Your Strength published recently Dr Clarke contends that in the mat- t of health we are enslaved by words and phrases The pores of the skin is a phrase at the shrine of which many feeble folk are sacrificing the last fllckerrof their energy in the daily morning tub plenty of fresh air is another tyrant which has claimed numberless victims I once lost q good patient who was always ailing by cutting off his daily morning tub says Dr Clarke He grew strong and put on weight and it is one of his delights to shock his manyyearsToo much soaping and scrubbing ac cording to Dr Clarke remove the lubricating material secreted in the glands of the skin to make it soft and Supple and the removal leaves the skin more sensitive to atmospheric changes The skin Is a self cleansing organ By soaking the body the self cleans lug cells absorb water swell up and lie One has only to rub oneself alter a bath and they come off In little rolls These do not consist of dirt as is the popular idea but of dead skin cells I often tell people that it is quite pos sible for them to wash themselves dirty They remove so much of the protecting surface that they give the dirt a real chance of getting into their skins Dr Clarke recommends as a substi tutevjpr a bath a folded towel wetted in the center and passed rapidly allover the body This will open the pores sufficiently without entailing any shock WOMEN BUTCHERS An Unusual Feminine Occupation Fol lowed In Paraguay The butchers In all parts of Paraguay are women in the public slaughter houses the cattle are dispatched by men This Is the only part of the work done by men The animal is skInned and otherwise prepared by women who are dexterous in the use of the saw and knife It is served out to the cus tomers by womennot generally by weight but by the pieceand the price is very low- Women of all ages act the part of butchers Some are young and pretty others old and wrinkled Th6 women are great bnrgainer and keen to pull a new arrival almost to pieces in the hope of securing his custom These women butchers earn good wages and theirIthe heroic war waged by Paraguay more than thirty years ago against the overwhelming forces of Brazil the Argentine Republic and Uruguay combined This war which lasted five years bore many similar points of re semblance to the recent Boer war It ended In the almost total annihilation of the ablcbodied male population of the country When the war was over the people had been reduced to the most abject poverty and were on the Vergg of star vation Worse still owing to the destruction of the male population per feet anarchy prevailed and all the work formerly performed by males fell on the fair sex They rebuilt the houses which had been burned down tilled the fields and wove for them selves rough homespun clothing from thee cotton grown in their own fields The Same Old Way Miss Madeline Edison daughter of Thomas A Edison is said to be following in her fathers footsteps as an inventor For several years she has been his comrade in working out ex periments in electricity As her own invention she has put on the market an automobile map NEEDLEWORK NOTES Whqnevcr possible one should mend woolen clothing with the ravelings of the goods This makes a much neater mend and if neatly done the rent will be almost invisible When sewing a collar to a waist do not allow any fullness to occur across the back ofthe waist unless the waist is designed for it If the neck has retched t little and is too large for the band let the fullness come from the front of the waist to a little in j front of the shoulder seam For a handy needlebook a piece of blue satin ribbon eight inches long and two inghes wide is pointed at each end and finished with a small blue silk tassel It Is then stitched to a second piece of ribbon the same size and smalliare thrust small papers of needles White cotton crape is a serviceable houseIif the fullness is supplied by having numerous tucks In the waist portion The wrapper Is made In an empire mode with the girdle placed below the bust line Any dainty trimming in blue or pink would be pretty An greenlacelnsertlon outlines For a cheap wrapper select a pink flowered lawn and make it with short sleeves finished at the elbow with binds Plait the shoulders and have it double breasted and collarless QiitHne the neck walst front and front seam with a Iace4nsertfon Tie at the r waist withi pink sllkFlbbon 1 5s J r i 1EGULATiNG TIlE OOg The Good Hous Experience and Its Abrupt Ending JMaggie said Mrs Hartford sharp lythis meat Is not properly cooked My busbquct says it Is not fit for a pigtO But Mrs Hartford Now do wot answer back Maggie I do not care to argue with jou f went to the butcher inysclf yesterday and bought the steak sol know it is all right If you Do not be impudent with me J aboutltryintoa dismal failure of todays dinner Mrs Hartford Is thoroughly diig tdtthy- our cooking and just left for the cafe to get something to juiet th1s apPe tite By this time poor Maggie was tears inI There 3no use rying about i theIleastlect of duty long enough Remember now if this occurs again 1 shall cer moIImsudden start and shaking her bias band violently said George 1 have just had the most impossible dreamSt Louis Repub lie TRAINING WILD BEASTS Whips Sticks and Iron Rods Are the Methods That Win Kindness and argynalnt said the backwoods father of live husky sons is great things put whenever 1 wani er persuade one oP my boys to do suthin in a hurry thet ne dont want er do I use a bale sUck In laying down this rule for the gov ernment of his offspring the old back woodsman hit the principle of wild animal training straight in the nose The only use an animal trainer has for the word kindness may be found in its employment when he discusses his professional methods with an inter viewerMany pounds of good white paper have been wasted in describing in stances of mutual affection between animal and trainer but when it comes right down to actual cases the Sole bond between the domestic man and the wild beast sa good strong stick and the fiercer the beast the bigger and tougher the stick Of the great army of nature fakers certainly the professional animal trainer is commander In chief Whips sticks and iron rods are the accepted Instruments of persuasion and trainers constantly employ them Vheri a wild animal is to be broken the first thing to break is his spirit It is done with a club Everybodys Magazine The Causerof the Delay Our small boy Arthur had long believed that a baby in the family was desirable since most of his playmates crme from homes provided with this adjunct In ioodtiw his mother told him confidentially that his oft ex pressed wish for u family baby wouldI probably be grutified The news was too good to keep and Arthur was promptly boasting to hisgpearest chum But when are you going to have it demanded the friend Oh I dont knowfore long I guess answered Arthur Huh sniffed the other whats the use of waiting What goods a baby if you cant have it when you want it Why dont you getlt right aVaIWell you see its this wayt ex plained Arthur driven to his wits 1VebaventHome Companion Pleasant WHile It Lasted He listened intently It was his wife and her mother talking No my dear the latter was saying I must go tdmorrdw I do not believe in a niothejrinlaw making long visits But before I go I want to t you what a treasure I think you nI gained In your husband He seems me to be near perfection Are you sure however that you are not too strict with him Do not be quick to chide him when he stays out late Men need a little latitude you knows y two or three times i week The man stirred uneasily Jn his sleep It seemed so real but alas it was a dream A Light Diet A certain father who Is fond of puti- ting his boys through natural history eaminatios Is often surprised by their mental agility He recently ask ed them to tell him what animal is satisfied with the least nourishment The moth otlp them shouted confidently Itleats nothing but holes Youths Companion J Cordial and Confidential MDImlesHe said It was right beforo- I asked him And then he asked me if I didnt know a few more likely young fellows who would take the rest of his girlsCleveland PL4n Dealer Made His Mark Well young Dr Slicer has made his mark already hasnt he Yes did it on his first case Great work What did he Vaccinated him doIThere is many a good The trouble is thata man doesnt do his with his heart Jiu 1phlD IS l BEAUTY IK TIlE oUNTIi3 Suggestions For Making Farms and f Rural HornesAttactive Financial circumstances are often such that the farmer cannot adorn his farm with expensive houses barns and lawhs1 But this lack of means should not discourage the average man for there is no reason why Jiis home should not be beautiful There are homes where we seek these Improvements yet there may be an element of beauty lacking to those who love beau ty for beautys sake Cleanliness good taste and a certain amount of pride must be seen or beauty will be lacking There is a lack of taste and iiianagement in some country homes io be 1eplored v We see country homes one after ari pti1ralmost ntlrelyJwlthout flowers Sometimes we judge it Is because the women dp not have time to care for them but inoreoften we believe it is because of thelack of love for flowers that they are missing says MrsEt T Gordon of Lamar county Tex in the Farm and Ranch Every home should have its flowers One should take time to care for a few at least it requires very little time to plant and care for a hardy flower and that flow er will afford pleasure and beauty for many days in the year Flowers ap pear to our finer taste and in the cul tivation of them we become more re fined The frontyard should have good walks and well arranged flower beds and these should be kept clear of weeds and grass if possible The backyard should never be neglected It is just us Important a factor if not more so in the everyday life of the homemaker as the front yard All weeds and rubbish should be removed and trees and flowers of value planted- It has been our lot to be thrown into some communities where the aierage farmer greatly neglected the appear ance of his farm and seemed to le poss ssed with a dont care disposition and to be endowed with fery poor i vThere which could be done with profit and added comfort Our farms would be much more attractive if all fence rows orchards and back lots were kept clear of weeds and grass Gates and barn doors should be well made and hinged not propped Fence wires where they are loose at every other post should be stapled up These are small things but they mar the beauty of tile farm Our farms are often 1eTherewhich could be used in putting out trees around yards lots fences and in pastures In all labor there is profit A GOOD HEDGE How Honeysuckle Can Be Planted to Offset an Ugly View It may be that you are planning a new hedge this year to shut out an ugly view or Intruding animals or to form a boundary line says the De lineator For this purpose the corn mon honeysuckle Lonicera gratais worthy of consideration A simple but strong wire fenc will support it per fectly and the roots may be set in at almost any time of the year The vine grows rapidly showing a disposition to take care of itself even to the extent of choking out poison ivy or other climbers that endeavor to invade its stronghold Its habit Is t grow to the top of the fence and tLen to droop down gracefully on either side A close wall of green Is soon formed so close indeed that dogs give up the attempt to push themselves through Its miss of intertwined twigs The flowers return for 1 second blooming casting always to considerable distances their soft delicate scent A hedge of honeysuckle vines moreover is less costly than one of bdx or privet and it does not require the clipping and care of the latter Often such a hedge forms a desirable wind break especially for the roses of a garden Trained over a simple framework it makes a delightful canopy for a garden bench I T Value and Protection of Street Trees Municipalities have Of late much awakened to the valus of street trees and the advisability of them more espeqially eastern courts have placed ptotcctingI several hundred dollars on specimens damaged by public service companies through their wire stringing vandals These latter look upon all street trees as so many obstructions and place nd value upon them This Iis evident through the ruthless and unnecessary butchering indulged in by ail norIthe abutting property owner has any rights or privileges In the matter seems to be taken for granted Clean UpSThe most unsightly feature of atown at present and one that may easily be removed is the vacant lot crop of weeds Just now the weeds are going to seed and should at once bepremoved and burned Not only will this Im prove the looks of the streets and town in general but the destruction ofJ jduce1fiction Youre next Get busy FUwer Bedecked Windows aptled 1I3looming plants there being several esS8 in which competitors may rfrIv4that is single windows wJ ole rhoase front and the frpnfcs of mercam t1faetibibrnentL f LJ 4 4 J1t H L- 6ET BUSY 4 Buggies Harness HorseBlanketsS and Robes Going at a Sacrifice The Best Pricks ever I Offered in Winchester x S Everything carried in a firstclassJ harness and carriage store cut to the quick i iL yl 2 We must vacate our present qtiarfers i immec1i yandmust reduse buist9 1t Buggies f1Eo Kaufman Buggies rubber tired at t15 135 Westcott Buggies rubber tired at 125 WestcottBuggies rubber tiredatJ100 Buggies rubber tired ateo + vv 80 135 Cut Under Driving Wagons at i f fv II 0 65 Buggies steel tired at r 50 Harness Saddles and Str p Goods 1650 Harness at 12 50 1800 Harness at 14 00 1500 Saddles at I II QO 1250 Saddles at 1 g QB Robes 10 00 Robes at j 0- 0800Robesat55 6 00 Robesat 4 00 3 50 Robes at 2 50 are many too ixtim that go in this sale i AGED LIONS the Big Brutes Get Lazy and Spirit less as They Grow Old- As he grows old a lion gets lazy and spiritless says Everybodys The haughty beast that stares at the crowd outside his cage usually is as fierce of spirit asa fat night watchman who blinks out upon the dark world through the circle of light cast by the lamp at his feet With plenty to eat nothing to annoy him and a keeper to look after his cage the king of beasts becomes as peaceful portly and self satisfied as some of our latter day human mon archs whose ministers of army navy state and other things take proper care of thee regal edge and see to it are always on the hunt In their native jungle is quite at YH Inure with the truth Indeed the olclfr Lions will freq- UentlY go hungry or sipi the leavings of another beasts kill rather than summon the energy to hunt prey for themselves Ina group of ten or twelve trained its dash and spirit The others are grow glc with advancing years but never to such a degree as the aging lion There Is always a pinch of ginger In the big striped cat For that reason be makes a more spectacular performer than the lion and usually a tougher proposition for the trainer THE Queer Delusions That Come With This Curious Mental Disease That curious form of mental dis ease known as paranoia Is seldom or ever cured said a noted Chicago alienist A paranoiac may be able to trans act business with it fair degree of effi ciency but as a rule few of this class can be made to stick to work as the nature of the malady prevents poncen tratioa of minoV One ap poeseseed is afflicted with strange d lustoas esp l y 7 I 5ft4i 6 00 at4005 00 Blankets at 3 50 3 50 Blankets at JJ 00 2 50 Blankets at 1 15 150 Blankets at 1 00 There other articles erousto mention 1V1 ATT BEANFAIRFAX STREET perld3Y anlIm31ssomnambulistsf PARANOIAC Blankets Blankets GARAGE IBring me your automobile for repair or storage I have an uptodate Garage witha nice Waiting Room for Ladies Chas Hagan Winchester Ky Cor Broadway and Highland CALL ON- NElSONJteTransferMan by day or night if you wanr your baggage transferred T OFFICEHome Phone 94INight Phone 339 daily With the notion that he Is being persecuted Many an individual who is denominated a crank has In general these unforbmatesare11 Is anthropic have no social Intercourse with their fellows and are brooding and introspective Very often their mania leads them to the otlD that they have been born to lead mankind In a religious way and they proclaim themselves prophets of God Quite often too they are discoverers ot some wonderful Invention that will as tonish the world uIt was a paranoiac who followed the great actress Mary Anderson fromtplace to place declaring himself her favored suitor and threatening to kill any man who sought her company These threats were what led to the locking up of the demehted creatur and I believe he finally shot one of tlnf asylum attendants Paranoiac very frequently develop homicidal tenden des and It is prudent to watch them at all times Baltimore AmericanIt Substitute for Sunlight Atmospheric electricity is bell v dp toencourage plaat life In the arctJc regIons where tyere Is but littlsa lIhL5c c Nit I V A utFn r f i y I r O i i 1f- 1 m4E r 71 I Ct r i rtJI f THE WINCHESTER MEWS I c V i PaItTIir 1 t o x y 1809 The Lincoln Centenary 1909 Lincoln as M a Lawyer Great Before a Jury and r Successful Before Judges f His Unwillingness to Take an Unjust CaseJp t Jp t NE of De first books send by 0 Mr Lincoln was the Statutes of lnd ana3nd his bit ographers aver that he de voured it with as much eagerness as most boys read Robinson Crusoe I inust be excused if express my doubts on this subject If may be that young Lincoln read the statutes in question with interest because of the tack pf anything else to read but I know the genus boy too well to be lieve thatany member of it would de sertthe Arabian Nights for the le gal enactments of the state of Indiana The literary rank of Indiana Is de servedly high and some of her bud ding authors may have been writing her laws at this time but even so there are certain limitations due to the phraseology and subject matter which would prevent them from having the charm of a Dickens or the descriptive powers of a Hugo It is bard to gfov eloquent with every third word an aforesaid The regular Indiana nov elist would find handicaps in going his literary pace while trying to prevent or to createloopholes for the race of lawyers Therefore that tale of Lin coin and the Indiana statutes must be classed with Washington and the cherry tree They are fine Stories but they do violence to the well known character of the American boy There Is not the slightest question however that Abe did read the stat utes of Indiana at an age which in most cases would have proved fatalY He power the courtroom That he survived shows his hardy mental and physical constitution Dur lug this unfortunate mercantile experi J ence he also read Blackstone interspersing his law with gingham coffee stud tea tobacco sorting out the mail for he was also postmaster talking politics and telling the inevitable sto ryHe also read other law books presumably although the requirements for admission to the bar at that early day were not remarkably stiff It Is on record however that he pursued his studies while surveying and during his early service in the legislature also while practicing in the justice courtLincoln was athorough student al t though he did not probe for precedents so much as most lawyers He was strongest in a case that involved abstract justice that required original reasoning and that hinged on some question of moral law or human rights At such times he was invincible He would also read up his case in the books if necessary but could not successfully turn his face to the past and depend on the dictum of dead men Ete was a great jury lawyer but his numerous victories in the supreme court of Illinois testified that he was likewise successful before judges One of the most conspicuous of Lin coIns characteristics was his neglect of the trivial and inconsequential Mere things did not interest him The nonessential he brushed i aside as though It did not exist Point after point he cdnceded as of no im- portancei He drove straight to the l heart of the question and there he won his fight if at alL He found the nub of the matter and there lie hung Nobody could be more firm rand un= tAt x IJ rti By James A Edgerion + y Copyright 1909 by the American Press Association r0 yielding onra point he considered vital None could be more conciliatory and pliable oh mere matters of every day One other notable trait in Lincoln the lawyer was his neglect to charge large fees His bills were always moderate so much so that he created murmurs among his brother attorneys the desire for gain in a money way seemed totally lacking in his makeup Often with clients he would ac cept notbing at all At other times his charges were nominal In the vast majority of cases they seemed piti j fully small even for his own day Lincoln was a first class lawyer uni versally so recognized one of the best at the Illinois bar He was retained in some of the biggest eases and by some of the largest interests in the state His moderate fees therefore were unnecessary They grew out of the very temperament and nature of the man By far the most notable trait In Lin coln as a lawyer however was his unwillingness to take an unjust case In numerous instances he refused out right to enter into such suits At oth er times if he found he was on the wrong side the spirit seemed to go out of him and he would practically let the case go by default or would deliberately handle it in such a way that it was sure to be decided against him I know the sophistry that will be advanced in some quarters against such a course With Lincoln it was not a matter for argument It was J was a in I he formal tJ simply a physical and moral impossi bility for him to stand for a thing he thought unjust It inhered in his very heart and soul The lies of ten million sophists and special pleaders could not have changed him We need Lincolns in the profession of law today Most of the trust evils of this country are concocted by corporation attorneys under the plea that they can sell their talents to the high est 1rand must be loyal to their client even though his crimes be ac black asnight And do they owe no loyalty to the state that licenses them to practice or to the courtof justice of which they are quasi ofllcials Lin coln was eternally right and whether it takes a hundred or a thousand years williThe lawyer has a duty to his client but he also has a duty to society and tb justice The state licenses him to practice that he may further justice and prevent crime He cannot do this by keeping criminals put of jail and by aiding corporations to evade the law Much of the bribery of today goes to lawyer legislators and other officials in the way of retainers Many of the most injurious lobbyists are lawyers who cover their nefarious and treasonable pursuit under the cloak of their calling The law is a high and holy profession Rightly construed there Is none of a secular nature that Is higher or whiter But It Is time the thieves were scourged from the legal temple This task should be performed by high minded and right hearted lawyers themselves Oh for a million Lincolns in the law today The great mah IpatX was likewise a peacemaker HIs first effort was to- Dve cases lIe tIedout of court If 1 i i a r t hr could brio g tie contending parties together and have them adjust their quarrel even though he lost a case and a fee lie seemed entirely lianjiy at nIJroIlawsuits that wouldnot have been brought except at the instance fof some shyster lawyer he would have looked OneImorLine of practitioners are needed now Practically all of Abraham Lincolns adult jife other than that spent In politics arid in public office was de Voted to the law He never seemed so happy circuitnHere ne was in his element working by day and telling stories far into the iiight It must not be Imagine how ever that the two pursuits interfered onIn was a reasoner and one whose logical force was feared by every antagonist If he indulged in a story at all in his argument it was only to illustrate a point or drive home a principle Xin colh told stories as other men take up pastimes and dissipations They were his cards his drink likewise his es wasIof a preacher and they helped Rive his lessons and sugar coat his sermons Such sermons as he did preach were for the most part concealed and were hence all the more effective The mor al that is thrust forward too promi nently may arouse antagonism instead of winning unconscious assent Lincoln knew how to win people to truth rather than drive them to it His moral nature was conspicuous but not harsh He taught by parable and merciful example rather than by the big stick His spirit belonged to the school of the Nazarene rather than to that of Caesar He wan a most successful cross ques tioner but resorted to none of the contemptible habits of badgering and browbeating witnesses Rather he won of the one he was questioning until tire truth would come out in spite of prearranged plans to conceal it No man was more piti less to sham and deceit but the mere ly timid or confused had nothing to fear from him He was gentle with the weak and used his great strength only on a deliberate rogue or on an a tagonist of his own size He was seldom angry but at such times was said to be terrifying and almost unearthly in his wrath a veritable lion of men Lincoln the lawyer should become a type to his own profession The more lawyers his career his spirit his methods and his ethical standards the more they will see the rIghtness and greatness of the man Froth my viewpoint practically his every atti tude is one needed by the profession now and for all time His refusal to take an unjust case his efforts as a peacemaker his frowning down on all attempts to cook up suits his lack of commercialism his dependence on right and original reasoning rather than on precedent his driving straight to the root of a case and brushing aside the nonessentials his courteous sympathetic but effective treatment of witnesses and above all his high ideal of his calling all these things It seems to me should be held aloft as models to every lawyer In the land That he should be so made a standard and example is a thing that interests not only lawyers but all citizens So long as the corporation attorney the lawyer lobbyist and the legal protector and sometimes abettor of criminals Is in our midst so long will these burn comwunityety and owes his first duty to the power that made him It is time that we looked at this matter as pit Is and settled it according to Gods truth and not according to man made fictions toCincinnatihe met Edwin M Stanton and other HisownOhiocitysaw that the college bred lawyers were traveling west and he determined to be ready and worthy to meet them I am going home to study law said this seasdned attorney who was al ready the senior lawyer in his judicial circuit This was no weakling content with mediocre success but one who would measure with the best Lincoln the lawyer showed the same hatred of injustice and the same opposition to those who live in the sweat of other mens faces that were in evi dence throughout his career He was never so happy as when righting some wrong defending the weak against the powerful or defeating some grasping scoundrel who was trying to grind the faces of the poor He never sunk the man in the lawyer His hardships made him a friend of those who toil This made the people trust him These name qualities that drew to him the love of the masses In the beginning have held and increased that love to ibis day There was nothing in him to appeal to the selfish classes or the predatory interests The liberator has never aroused any very genuine love from this source These people are not in favor of freeing slaves either bond slaves or wage staves It Inter feres with their business So what ever adulation of Lincoln there comes from thes high and mighty quarters is mostly lip service given because his praise is in fashion Not but what he has qualities which would melt even the hard hearts of the dollar worship era Yet if they knew jest what he Idpdtllop of htin or of them elyaa i y 3S tt J G tJ THREE EMPIRES Governments That Practically Sprang Into Being Overnight Prior to Jan 18 1871 the German empire as we know it today had no existence Instead it was a jumble of kingdoms states duchies grand duchies and principalities all joined together by a like language and common political aspirations it is true but otherwise quite separate and distinct Then came the historic ceremony in the Hall of Mirrors at Versailles Paris had just been captured by King William of Prussia and It was held to be a fitting time and place to proclaim him the first German emperor Never since the dawn of history was an em pire born more dramatically- By a strange Irony of fate too its birth took place amid the ruins of the French empire itself the creation of a day or rather to be strictly accurate of a night France went to bed on the evening of Dec 1 1851 a republic When it awoke next morning it was an empire During the hours of darkness Paris had been occupied by troops and the princepresident had become Napoleon HI Equally sudden and almost as sensational in its way was the birth of the modern Greek empire After the yoke of the Turks had been thrown off In the rof independence the country became a republic But the people soon tired of that democratic form of government and promptly proceeded to assassinate ir first and only president Then they met together elect ed a king andsettled themselves down to be ruled by him in a quite orderly and contented fashion San Frinciico Chronicle rTHE HEWS by Mau 3 a yttr xl f I Jh y t- I tr + I OPERA HOUSE Tuesday January 26th LINCOLN L CARTER Presents the PicturesqueWestern Play i THE FLAMINGARROW Iii FF aLL T The Attack on ft Reno The Council fire and Ghost Dance The Genuine Indians m SPECIAL CAST SUPERBto Sand JPateade ic i 4 t j h ITHE WINCHESTER NIGHT ONLY Friday January 9thv The Hilarious Rural Comedy A Pair of Country Kids jSEE 1TheThe Country The Lively Kids The Funny Did FolksSEE iA Scenic Production Complete 10 Great Specialties and nusicaf Numbers A Guaranteed New arid First Glass Production t Popular Prices 2 35c 5Oc r f z f r 1r J a i i ft jf THEJINCHESTERNEWS irt tr jCi r I Fur i4 x Lrr 11111 TIE WINCHESTER L tEWS An independent Newspaper Published by The Winchester News Co Incorporatedr v Office South Main Street Winchester Kentucky Daily Except Sunc aYe Entered as seeondclass matter JfoYember 28 1908 at the post office mt Winchester Kentucky under the Jlot of March 3 1879 L SUBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier Delivery ily once year 520 10fPayabletrreiy week Mail Delivery ee year 300 3bc months 150 tae month r 25 Payable in advance v I ADVERTISING RATES Bisnlay Per Inch 25rUU8jEkree times within one week 5 OJ J0n6 week continuously lOOj due calendar month SOOj four weeks four timesa week 240 t Jour weeks three times a week 1SCf Jfour weeks two times a week 120 JFour weeks one timea week 75 Time discounts3 months 10 per eent 6 months 25 per cent one year 33 13 per cent 3 Reading Notices Per Line Business notices body type7r e Pure reading news headings TLaA f New Phone No 91 TUESDAY JANUARY 26 1909 STOAT CONSERVATION MEANS For the prevention of waste the anpsfc effective means will be found in tile increase and diffusion of know ledge from which is sure to result ran aroused public sentiment demand ing prevention This is the most certain indication fits judgment upon its future use fulness presented in the first report Jfthe National Conservation zoission which the President tra1s1 anitte to Congress the t tner day The report is merely a rough estimatei aof the natural resources country coupled withan equally rough outline of the principal chan gels through which our appalling waste passes Yet rough as it it it isa tremendous piece of work It enters uppn absolutely new statistical territory in many cases and as a whole has no existent basis upon which tot shape itself At random we take a few of its briefly stated yet immensely signifi giant facts Our coal supply will approach de letion before the middle of the next century BQghgrade iron ores cannot be ex pected to last beyond the middle of the present century nor will petroleum last longer t The waste inthe extraction and treatment of mineral products in 1907 vaS equivalent to more than 300 cooooo The average yieldof wheat in the United States is less than 14 bushels per acre in Germany 28 bushels and in England 32 bushels The greatest unnecessary loss of our soil is preventable erosion See rand only to this is the waste nonuse ami misuse of fertilizer derived from animals and men Oudwild game and furbearing animals haveJbeeii largely exterminated With game birds the story is much the same tot less than 50000000 icres of f yearlyOnefourth timber js 1o longleatpine trin logging The boxing of for turpentine has de tmToyed onefi th of the forests work ffd The loss in the mill is from qne third to twothirds of the timber sawed Of each 1000 feetwhich stood in r t the forest an average of only 320 feet of lumber is used By reasonable thrift ire cant pro UI1Jfor irrigation water supply navigation and power IThese facts andfigures are oL such elemental bigness that it seem fal tJ midst tinjust not toi have then blaz tined anthkst rage of every eS1jpaper in the laud rhislin effect t tf yr r v 01 i tug ef of r mL il in tfiefuHirksIts speCific plans for conservation legislation it will draw upland present as rapidly as may beI but according to its own words education the public is to be its con tJnuoisitask In other words conservation mearisiinformation This definition we believe to be the true onet The country has never thouglitif the need of saving its natural resources nor has it been aware jthatits processes of prbduc tion and manufacture have been wasteful The commission m stsini ply tztikeup the slow task of eatab lishingnewer and better standards That Coupess will have the hardi ho l1to yefuse the paltry 50000 vhicli the President asks for the im Lnediate prosecution of this object r is unthinkable AFTER MANY YEARS Byrd Davis of this city were in Alt Sterling last week being counsel in the ease of the State against John Hawkins charged with murder The killing occurred more than a dozen years ago and Hawkins tired of being a fugitive from justice finally sur rendered The case was postponed until the April term OFFICERS CAPTURE NEGRO DESPERADOES 0 Kill Two and Mortally Wound Third In Barricaded Hut Oklahoma City Okla Jan 26 = Three negroes brothers named McLaughlin barricaded in a farmhouse resisted the attempt of three deputy sheriffs to arrest them near Payson Okla and as a result one of the ne groes was killed another shot so that he died later and the third fatally wounded One of the deputies Thomas Dunn of Chandler was shot in the arm A bullet grazed the deputy from Prague The third officer William Kays of Sparks escaped unhurt The officers went to arrest the negroes for carrying concealed weapons 7 CARRIE IS EGGED H London Rowdies Break Up Hatchet Wielders Meeting London Jan 26Mrs Carrie Na tion who is attempting to deliver a series of lectures here met with a very hostile reception at the Canter bury Music hall She was pelted with eggs some of them striking her in the face From the very beginning the audience maintained a chorus of boos and hisses Her manager vainly appealed for fair play and Mrs Nation was obliged to quit the house under police protection Three Filled In Accident Piedmont W Va Jan 26Three men were killed and 10 others injured three porhapsfatally in a coal minE1 accident here Two cars loaded with miners were ascending the plane at the mine of the Piedmont and Georges Creek Coal company Near the top the cars became uncoupled and dashed with fearful rapidity down the incline and collided with other cars At the bottom IndJctetf for Killing Negro San Antonio TexMJan 26W H Irvin former chief of police was in feted by the grand jury charged with the murder of Edgar Briel ai negro coachman The negros ante pleaded L ANNOIJNCMtTSFor We are authorized to announce i JA HUGHES as a candidate for Mayor subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce l1- rK T STROTHER as a candidate for Mayor of Win chester subject to the actionof the Democratic party h tsWe arerinitnorized to announce W 0 HOSKINS ft as acap W t fob 1l1tiyor m jit to the action of the Democratic party HH Ift FOf ihiljIIdr fir oa 1 t W JTfdfanncuncexv JUDGE F P PENDLETON as a andidate for City ett Hbeiiction of the Democratic partyi ir For Chief of Police We are authorized to announce t n li DshM7COJQ Hlf as a candidate or Chief joi poHce JeCttOl the action of the Jdcmq critic Y i 1i GIR O f nURI Jury in Case of Haggard Against Gravitt Find For De fendant The lastweeik of the January term J bf circuit court begun Tuesday morning and by the close of the term Saturday practically allof the lengthy docket that was begun at the opening of the term will be disposed of PA Haggard vs L D Gravitt The case of P A Haggard against L D Gravitt was the first clUed Tuesday morning Mr Haggqrd wad uing to recover the price ofa horseitliat he traded for from Mr Gravitt that died shortly after he got him The jury return cd a verdict for the defendant One Year in Penitentiary Dave Kimball charged with grand larcency entereda lead of guilty and was given one year in the peni tentiary The case of E L Lamarre charged with stealing a horse and buggy from Clyde Gaines was in progress as The News went to press REFUESEXTRADITION Special to TheN ws- WASHINGTON Jan 26 Score= tart Root refused to extradite Chris tian Rudowitz wanted in Russia on murder charges Rudowitz alleges that the offense was political GAINS SEVEN VOTES Special to The News- SPRINGFIELD Ill Jan 20011t- he thirteenth ballot in joint session today Senator Hopkins gained seven votes making a total of 90r The Jealousy cf Friends Our very best friends have a tine trre of jealousy even in their friend ship and when they hear us praised by others will ascribe it to sinister and interested motives if they can C C Colton Subscribe For The I wsI The Ruler of the World When we getjaehind all the circum stances of da we find the thinker the man with ideas He is the true ruler of vthe world Ue gives us all things from the clothes of our bodies to the clothes bf our minds He gves us coats and commandments mutton chops and morals He gives us oar policies our religion all in short that we have London Daily Dispatch SOLD RESIDENCE I Mr Roger Bryan sold Saturday to Mr Geo Fry his recidence on East Broadway at a private price Meanwhile it is not likely that the African lions and tigers are preparing to lie down a dbe shot at when the mighty hunter comes along If Taft should be put in the Ananias club too it will be necessary to enaci a limited membership bylaw for that overswolleu fraternity The Steerage and the Census It is pertinent to ask whether true aliens do not go out of this country as rapidly as they come The next cen sus is expected to show to what ex tent the steerage crowds we have been welcoming the past few years really added to our permanent population and incidentally whether there Is not an elementof national wealth Involved here which is worth looking after Recently published figures reveal the fact that while threequarters of n million aliens were admitted here last year the netincrease of our alien popu lation was only a few thousand souls It is estimated that those who re turned to their native lands duriup that period carried back nearly three quarters of a billion dollars of American coin Since the issue of the last census several million immigrants have comc here How many returned to their own countries is not a matter of record up to last year The census to betaken in 1910 will throw uponb this question Jf aliens come here by the million to skim the cream of th page marKet ndcarryif off to Eu rope f andr Asf tire luvestjrent o Jgealth in alien aljor ybeya bad speculation fteraajli If we hayeth labor here it wouidbetonomy to se it bn thtf Job and keep the wages tit home J t The final accounting of the Srir Francisco earthquake relief committee shows that approximately 1000000 were dlstribt4d The generosity pf the Am rlcanspeope never fails to rise to a great occasion AutonwbHydrammers are scouring the coMntry t 7ng to persuade farm ers tiwittJfie surest jneans ofLupiift for them pasrtie-v on e r qt- r r tiS f rDAYTON IS AROUSED Attack on Woman Follows Closely Murder of Girl Dayton 0 Jan 26Sam Morris and Charles Snyder held as suspects in the murder of Mary Forschner 15 were released from custody Both men have shown that they are inno cent and the police are now without a clew to the identityof the assailant Additional indignation was caused when another attack upon a woman resellcuedman y clothing had been torn and her throat bruised The man escaped The coroner established the fact that the murderer of Miss Forschner possesses enormous hands as tne im prints of his fingers on the throat of his victim extend far around her neck It has been further deter mined that the girl was attacked in the shed in which her body was found The ground at the scene of the assault presents unmistakable ev idence that the victim made a des perate struggle in defense of her life as the sod and sand were torn and covered with AmericantracksIBerlin Jan 26 Emperor William has conferred the decoration of the order Peur Le Merite on J S Sar gent the American artist in recogni tion of his preeminence as a por trait painter BOMB COULD NOT- POSSIBLY EXPLODE Newark Judge Made Victim of Harmless Hoax S Newark 0 Jan 26The bubble has burst and the supposed infernal machine found on the steps of Judge C W Seward has been found to be only a hoax When Judge Seward who has been prominent in the temperance cam paign in this county and who has given a large number of criminals long terms in the penitentiary found what closely resembled a bomb he was thoroughly frightened He called in the police Cautiously they removed it to police headquar ters No one there cared to examine it and several Italians were called in They all pronounced it the rat kind of a machine and not one would do more than take a cautious peek at itAll day long the machine remained walkIingdecided that to live under such conditions was worse even than death from a bomb and they proceeded to open it It was absolutely harmless Only a joke REFUGEES ALARMED White Smoke From Mrt Etna Con sidered Bal Omen Monteleone Jan 26 The earth shocks here average a dozen daily and apparently they are increasing in number and intensity The refugees Ere ina constant state of alarm and the vast majority of them have de cided to emigrate to America as soon as they can secure transportation On the distant horizon Mount Etna can be seen emitting an immense column of smoke which being white the people consider a bad omen Kills Wife and Self Cleveland 0 Jan26R L Hil burn a welltodo farmer living near Willoughby 14 miles from this city killed his wife and himself using a revolver The following note was left by the dead man to his sons Allis lost Thirtynine thousand four hundred dollars is gone You older boys have had a better chance than Earl My will Is clear Leave the farm to Earl That will keep him steady Your Loving Father Hil burn had received a letter intorming him of the loss of certain real estate in which he is said to have put all his property outside of his farm Russian Desperado Identified London Jan 26rOne of the Rus sian desperadoes who was killed in the desperate attempt at highway robbery in a suburb of London has bees identified as Jacob Lapidus a brother of the Leiser Lapidus who was blown to pieces in the mysterious bomb explosion in the forest of Vin cennes near Paris in the spring of 1906 THE MEAT Of ITHAll newspapers Iri Parr are being setby hand owing id is strike of limv type operators St Louis police are trying to Unravel the mystery surrounding the finding of the bpdy of an unknown girl on theporclipf Rev Cooks residence There are 20640000 horses in the United States their average value being 9564 a head according to the agricultural departments report Walter Zeller the 18yearold Vine land N J murderer bas been sentenced to die In the electric chair during the week of Marck 8 David W Weepies prosprous Ath ens 00 merchant disappeared while on a visit to Wuhb glo DC and friends fear foul play v J + I ON Rain Cnats or Overcoats 1500 121T If 1000 CoatsThese Coats are extraord nary values neat and fancy patterns Dont fail tpjeethcm All sizes The very best of in men and young mens Extra values c Jw JrTr 7 3 I 8881 I1850 1600 1500 Suits and- Overcoats products highclass tailoring garments Special Sweet Orr Corduroys 1ilarge sizes and 359 Goods I 1250 I Sale mostly 248 I RupardStewart cojJ4 1 iClark County INCORPORATED ConstriictionCol i On the Basis of Equipment and the application v of Economical Business Methods we solicit the construc tion and repairing of all kinds and cone stions of roads public or private streets or alleys Crushed and Building Stone Always on Sale We purchase Dynamite Powder Cement and Sand in car lots and will be pleased to sell same in any quanity desired The putting in of all classes of Concrete a a specialty and satisfaction guaranteed CHOOSING COAL AND EGGs is pretty much alike You caniot teHjJpw thy ark r oiogrto turnout till you try them you try our coal the result is assured Youll have a nice comfy house aind will find your coal lasting longer 1ef9reThatsslate stones or dirt In it We sold getNothing tYELLOW JACKET IS A D- ANDYirJ J rA r l tt f r1 c toci0 iv F THE WINCHESTER NEWS kt nji7tnP2 IJf LBT1 BRIDEie The recent marriage of Miss Lena Hemenway daughter of Senator Hem enway to X Bennet Gates was an event of considerable Importance to soviet YrIGarrett will be the ycharming hostess for the Literary and Social Club on Thursday hosttess for the Euchre Club on Thursday afternoon s Mrs John Bean will entertain the Bridge Club on Saturday after I noon IA crowded house greeted the Basket Ball game at the Auditori um Monday afternoon 1TripThe Young Womens Christian Association of Kentucky Wesleyan AroundiWorld at the C liege on Sat urday night Admission 25 cents They will have all kinds of gooa things toeat The decorations and eatables will correspond with the products of the different countries Fortnighty Literary Club The Fortnightly Literary Club had a most interesting meeting with Miss Carrie Lee Hathaway on Monday afternoon at her home on streetIe Everything was perefctly arranged for an agreeable afternoon and the meeting was especially interesting on account of the following spenIdprogram V The poetry of e t4s nev dead Keats 4iHklss fi1s Hathaway ttt 1 l Roll call Qputations from Robert burns PaperRobert Burns and Roman tie Poets 17001840 Mrs Bean v Music GoldsmithMrsTracy novelists16611771Mrs PERSONALS Mr Harvey Prewitt of Mt Ster ling was a guest in town Monday Dr I A Shirley returned Sun dayfroma pleasant visit to Greenville S C Miss Ruth Hisle of Indian Fields isthe guest of Miss Vida Thomson Mrs H C Thompson returned Tuesday from West Liberty where she was called to attend the funer al of her aunt Mrs G W Phillips Miss Sara Goodloe Benton has re turned from a visit to Lexington Mr and Mrs John L Talbott o North Niddle own were in town Monday the attractive guests of the Misses Browning on College street Miss Winnie Garrett returned d Monday afternoon from a most delightful visit to Misses Daley and Grace Garrett at Georgetown Mrs Callie Besuden who is ill at the Good Samaritan Hospital i Lexington is improving Miss Lena Liston spent Sunday in Lexington Mi J M Jenkins is at home for a few days MisxJ Hide ids been ill for afewdaystMisv Prewitt Harris returned b her home in Lexington Monday a aftera delightful visit here j Messrs Haley of Chilesburjg efe visitbrs here ourt day f j Mrs EdGlrobbs and her motheri Mrs Emma Graves are vision relatives in Mr Sterling Miss Sara Beverly Jbuett has returned from a delightufl visit t LexingtonMiss Spurr still remains quite an invalid ati Leafland her country home It has been a mon since Miss Spurr was thro wn from 25c Each tF + AI Wehave a b tifulassortm t QfJne M Gyna Souvenir Plates f gfJK W College YiI Bro nrProctpria Hotel and the Court- Housey These Plates sold formerlfet 85c 75ciaijd SOc each j Ass f ongt tho 1ast d they wiIrb sold at the above gure l1i t J t The Winn Furnituro Co I J We OiVe e Iff Green Trading Stamps Il i zii J r J r A Jiuggr In a runaway accident and she is still unable toMe ve her room Her many friends herere gret very much to hear of her pro tiacted illness Mrs Higgins and Miss Elizabeth Turley of Richmond who have been the guests of Mrs Anna Swift Turley returned to their home iMonday f Mean Weathers of Clintonyille was a guest here Monday Miss Linda Allen of Owingsville RayPattersonMiss Mary Gudgell who has been visiting friends here returned to Lexington this aftemon and willsee Otis Skinner tonight Miss Gud gell will return to Owingsville Wed nesday Among thosewho attended Lillian Russell from here were Mr and Mrs C J Boswell Mr and Mrs Will Hodgkin Mr and Mrs John M Hodgkin Dr George Brooks Miss Rebecca Duke Mr Gus Lock Bane Mrs Ed Mitchell Mr Thom son Betts Miss Margaret McKinley Mr Willis Battaile Miss Sara GoOd loe Benton Mr Walton Rounsavall Mr and Mrs Ed Clark Mrs Carrie Buckner Mr Tom Weathers Miss Martha Rye Mr Leon Renaker Miss Pearl Haggard Mr Wallace Wood Mr James Elkin Mr James Rice Mr Roscoe Paris Mrs Tom Hampton Mr Jeff Stewart Mr Ed Smith Mr William Garner Mr George 0 Tebbs Misses Golden and Clyde Perry Mr Stewarti MeIClureClarke Dr and Mrs Hugh Stubble field Mr and Mrs Woolcott Mr and Mrs C E Bridwell Mr and Mrs SmithIlIisSHall IMr and Mrs Robert Quisenberry Saturday for a visit here before going West Mrs Joseph Dodson of Maysville and Miss Florence Dodson of Lex andIIMr and Mr Robert Howell of Sterling spent Monday with Miss Ann Duerson Mr and Mrs Roger Barnes and Miss Elizabeth Barnes returned to Mt Sterling Monday from a visit to Mr and JSdrs Charles Stewart w Mr and Mrs Sam Asbhrook were in Lexington Monday to see Lit lian Russell Mrs Flo d Day is very ill at her horns on Beckner street fM a Jesse Spencer was in Lexington Monday Mrs Buford Tracy is the guest of friends in Lexington Mr Berry of Lexington was a guest in town Monday Miss Fanny Hampton nas been in Chattanooga Tenn for two weeks on a visit and leaves today for Memphis to see Mrs Stratton extensivelynentertained while there Miss Ethel Thomas is the charm ing guest of Miss Kate Steiner of Montgomery Ala Miss Thomas has had numerous entertainments given in her honor and this week a German will be given Miss Sadie Scobee spent Sunday in bit Sterling Miss Sallie Shearer will leave- Saturday to visit relatives in Georgia Mr Cecil Cantrill of George Mondaygis was in town Monday 0Mr James Barker of Lexington- was in town Monday t I Mr John Hall was in Mh Sterling Monday on business Ortleans has gone to Mt1terling fo a visit after a delightful visit to Mrs B D GoflE at the Brpwn Proctoria f THORNBUR ARRIVES WI1 I KENTUCKY VOTE He Gives Election Returns nto Hands of the Vice President WASHINqT1JNan2 fhl R Df Thtlnbury the rp seWel1 f p tthe State of Kentucky to bring the elec BltiegrassCommonweiilth yesterday morning dcdmpanied by Representative Ben Jfihsbn tHe wentto the Vice Presidents chamber The Vice President had not reach ed the Capitol but he put in his ap pearance shortly before noon and Kentuckys electoral vote was then delivered into the keeping of the Vice President Under the law if Mr vThornbury had not arrived Tnth his returns yes terday he woiald have been subject to a of lOOO I BILLIARD CONTEST TONIGHT SlossonTand Sutton Will Contest for 181 BalkLine Championship I New York Jan 26The knights of the green cloth will have an in ning here tonight when Student George Slosson and Champion George Sutton play for the 181 balk line bil liard Championship Both men are in excellent form for the contest and high runs are certain manyfollowersveteran Slosson defeat the cham I uu I fZt f tWi GEORGE SLOSSON pion The latter has been playing In superb form in recent practice games The match besides being for the championship involves a side bet of 1000 Willie Hcppe the boy wonder will be on hand to challenge the winner He declares that his recent deposit of 1000 as a forfeit or side bet for a match for the championship is still good ANTILEWIS FACTION THREATENS CONTEST Expect Result of Miners Vote To Be Told Today Indianapolis Ind Jan 26It is expected that the result of the election held by the United Mine Workers of Americalast December will be announced at todays session of the national convention or by tomorrow at the latest The contest for the presidency between Tom L Lewis and John Walk er of Illinois is bitter and it is generally rumored among the delegates to the convention who number 1360 that if the result of the count of ballots does not give a very large majority to Mr Lewis Mr Walkers friends will contest the election and will attempt to have a sufficient number of votes thrown out to put the final decision in the contest for office before the convention itaelf Mr Lewis friends assert that his majority will be between io000 and 15000 and they assert that not only are they ready to defend the admin istrations course but also have plen ty of ammunition for a return fire upon the aggressors EVANGELISTS ATTACK HUB Two Noted Religious Worke Begln Revivals Today Boston Jan 2gTwo of Americas most famous religipujs workers the Rev J Wilbur Chapman and Charles M Alexander Will begin here today a series of simultaneous evangelistic meetings that are expected to reap a large harvest of souls The preaching will be done by Dr Chapman and Mr Alexander will be in charge of the musical side of the work saeretarysemblys committee on evangelistic ofmany inrand cities in connection with the Rev Reuben A Torrey and others Prisoner Visits Dying Wife Columbus 0 Jan 26 For the first time within the memory of the oldest official at the Ohio peniten tiary a prisoner was granted leave of absence in order to visit a dying ref ative Backed by a letter from Gov ernor Harmon Warden Gould allowed W M Moore the man sent up from this county for complicity in the mu ntcipat light qJb then to gaJ home- for aL tew fipurViand ide hwirWho is r Pote dyhg from ferieuMjhia Moore was driten fromfef Ipeniten nary in the wardens carriagexand aessTin constant sight of a guard mI- ng his absence r New Job For Jennings Lancaster 0 Jan 26 r Malcolm Jennings for several years editor of the Lancaster Gazette will timean editorial position on the Marion Star with Former Lieutenant Gover nor Warren G Harding The Star Publishing company has been Incor P9ratedand reorganized and Mr Jen nings is the new secretary He sold the azette to P LV Clark pf UrbMj last July Bf tr wf T r HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED IWehave lust completed furnishing our Opti modernOpticalt ances to do the work with ICOME AND SEE US I C H BOWEN SNAPSHOTS OF THE MODE Fur Hats Are Chic Just NowAn Economical Wrinkle The observant woman knows that the little toqqe either of fur or entirely made of feathers is a smart asset to her wardrobe All fashionable skirts are narrow Many are circular others gored but all are sheath fitting Consequently they appear scant in many instances OHIIiDS TWO rImE lEOCK 4343 A pattern of this frock may be hail in four sizesfor girls from six to twelve years of age Send 10 cents to this office giving number 4343 and it will be promptly forwarded to you by maiL and this effect has brought lengthwise skirt trimming Into use The girl who has a Winter suit and who wants a thin waist to match it will buy a well fitting plaited ecru net blouse with a frill down the front long sleeves and high stock then talrIit to the dyers with a sample e suit The result is excellent Paris has started the fashion for wearing gold embroidered waistcoats set with beautifully colored glass beads in coats of furrTwo piece frocks for children are very popular The plaited dress inrthe illustration is of this two piece vari ety and Is particularly attractive The round neck is finished with a fitted band to simulate a square yoke JUDIC CHOLLET ST Br oWns Town Boom SUns Brown of SlecpytownIConceived a fine upSaysJuneWhenHe laid In fireworks night and noon And morning quite a bunch barnForThis Silas Brown of Sleepytown Who PLANNED the deeds he dicLI placeSinceIn sixtyseven from a chase By Lively Village chaps And that was why this Silas Brown In whom the quiet cl Determined hed showoff Ida town To Lively Upon the evening of the third JulyNo stirred Nor winked a wakeful eye The ninbrokeg Fourth was ItAnd all of Sleepytown awoke And nearly had a fit d offwithcoughThat townAnddownOn bedAndsbedjAUtTom WIlldnB took a petted line J i Smack dab across the state faeAtA i ewToam irae eTheyaroundTo soundAnd BrownThatThey learned at last that ffieepytown Was strictly cm the MaP tFrom which this Vital trtrtfc we traeeOh heed It toes ad fceyi I If you would boon YetaJItIYe plaee You 1 fotJB a i 1 I 1ftt b r t Jeweler and Optician j1 IIYOU DO MAYfSl YOU DONT NEED A NEW ROOF- If J you do we can furnish any lengths desired in V Crimp Painted or Galvanized Iron roofing at reason able prices We also furnish sticks with each lot sold I GRANT WITT a CO 30 North Main OPERA HOUSE r The Flaming Arrow The Flaming Arrow will be the attraction at the opera house Tuess day evening A Pair of Country Kids When a Pair of Country Kids was written it was the intention of the uthorharry Sheldon White to give the play the siiyrouiKlings of hu man nature and realism Those facts alone were looked after with careful derail and has mucli to do with the success of this popular play now in its fourth year of continued success The Kids cant be excelled for furl originally and novelties giving you an evenings enjoyment that you will not forget This engagement is Jar next Friday January 29 at tlope- ra house The Witching Hour No play presented in rlq nt pears has achieved such instant mill en thusiastic approval as has Mr ltu 4 gustus Thomas latest success The Witching Hour Higher praise has never been bestowed with such rare unanimity as the combined critics of New York and Chicago levelled at this drama tfith its message of thought as a dymanie force its forceful characterization and its amusing typesa v When we take into consideration that this same author has given us Alabama m lhssotuiArizona and The Ot oJ Girl it must mean that in his latest effort Mrr Thomas has written a play that will endure The Witching1 Hour will beseen at the Yinciiester theatre on Thursday evening February 4th ANWOUNCEMENT We take pleasure in announcing to day the candidacy of MR J H ODEK as Councilman from the first wArtL Mr Oden iarlifelong Democrat suit of course submits his claim subject to the will of the Democratic party as expressed in the city primary + be held March 2nd 19Db For eight years he Served the city most faithfully as Chiefof Police and for two years was City Colltor In these official positions he gave great satisfaction to the city and his past record warrants us m saying that if elected CouricihaMK hwill render faithful service soul discharge his oflicfal duties safis factory to his constituents v 11 rrrtT fti MOVED HIS SHOP r Tom Cowan the popular barter Who was burned lIutin the Cfwrt View Hotel fire would like tp e his Customers and old friends caJtflt him in his new shop in the Simile and Hathaway biiilding Governor Hughes rode a goat atte Kkr JesNo initiation Now a kfc siS people will insist fliat he is more mf n bnttcria than ever t t a ff1r jrJ c r Ji rfffl t t f I t t tk1 r t i 1 tWINCHESTER NEWSJI THEPalfesi t 1d t 0iJ 7t r t IjJt Round=Up- A Romance of 1Y ArizonaINovelized From Days Melodrama By JOHN MURRAY and MILLS MILLER Ifi t CrW Dllling ham Co T Hoover commanded silence and roll lug cigarette gravely considered the prppositiou He realizes that the mur deters should be followed up at once but that if he forced the cowboys by the legal power he exercised to fore- go the pleasure they had been antici p tIng so greatly they would not be so keen in pursuit as if they had first given the boss his sendoff The considerations being equal or as he put it hors an boss it Seemed to him wise to submit to Allens proposi tion backed as it was by the justice of his plan that the occasion of the wedding had already saved valuable time ill assembling the posse He as sented there ore but to maintain the dignity of his office and control of the situation with apparent reluc tance Well hurry up the sacreements an ceremonies then an the minute the preacher ties the knot every man of you but Jack an the parson an Uncle Jim gits on his hoss an follers me Illwait out in the corral At this there was another storm of expostulation led this time by Allen Of course Hoover was to come to the wedding and be its guest of honor iron shall be the first to wish Jack nn Echo luck said Alien That means youll be the next one to mar IT Theruddy faced sheriff blushed to the roots of his auburn hair Much obliged but I aint fixed up fer a weddin and he looked down xt his travel stained breeches tucked In riding boots white with alkali dust hurl felt of his buttonless waistcoat itud gingham shirt open at the throat with the bandanna handkerchief around his neck In lieu of both collar antticIPolly assured him that he would do very well as he was that for her part she wouldnt want no better dressed man than him to be present at her own wedding not even the feller I am goin to hitch up to whereat Slim Hoover was greatly set at ease Polly was bounding up the piazza steps to tell Echo of the accession to her party when Hoover held up his hand A terrifying suggestion had flashed through his mind Hold on a minute he exclaimed and turning to Allen he asked anxiously Does this here guest of honor have to kiss the bride The question was so foreign to the unIderAllens fun loving nature at once bubbled to the surface With an air of assumed anger he said to the sheriff Of course every guest has to do it Then turning to the cowboys he asked Is there any one here as hold put strong objection to kissin my daughter Not me laughed Imahere to go the JiinitIIm an experienced kisser I am said Parenthesis I dont lose no chance at practice Eli take two please simperer Fresno Show Low interrupted the general sally which followed this remark say ingdI strings my chips along with Fresno Shins afraid of females I drawled PonY provokingly Oh thunder exclaimed Slim to1 Polly No I aint nothin of the sort Im a peaceful man I am I never likes to start no trouble Get out Whats one kiss laughed AllenIve seen a big jack pot of trouble opened by chlppin in just one kiss wisely remarked the sheriff Sagebrush at this point announced decisively The bride has got to be tried to break through the group and enter the house thinking that by making such a move he would divert their attention and that in the excitement of the wedding he could avoid kissing the bride un ordeal which to him was more terrible than facing the worst gun fighter in Ari zona I deputize you to do the kissin for me Slim said to Parenthesis who had laid his hand on the sheriffs shoulder to detain him No siree the cowboy r plied not me Every man does his own kissin In this game r Slim halted as if unde cried Suddenly he turned on his heel and started for the corral Ill wait outside he shouted No you dont cried his company ions Slim turned to face a semicircle of drawn revolvers He looked from one man to another as If puzzled as to what move to make next Allen was tnking1itbeIg1nnlnYou tiint gain to insult me an mine that way No man sidesteps klsairi SrilT one of my kids he said anI Sliinv was plaintively apblogetic I 11t kissed a female since r was a yearling vV V t Tinge you startedVsnaiped Polly tsA J t sk No you dont cried Ms companions You kiss the bride or I take It pussenel said Allen thoroughly aroused Well if you put it that way Ill do it gasped Slim In desperation The agreement restored the boys to their good nature You will have to put blinders on me though an back me up cautioned Hoover Well hog tie you an sit on your head laughed Sagebrush as the guestSentered the house CHAPTER V- IIJfTER fording Sweetwater river times to throw pur off the track Buck Mc and Bud Lane entered an arroyo to rest their mounts and hold council as to their future movements During the flight both had been silent McKee was busy revolving plans for escape in his mind and Bud was brooding over the tragic ending of the lawless adventure Into which he had been led by his companion When McKee callously informed him that the agent had been killed in the encounter Bud was too horrified to speak A dry sob arose in his throat at the thought of his old friend lying dead all alone In the station His first impulse was to turn back to Florence and surrender himself to the sheriff Had this entailed the pun ishme t of himself alone he would have done so but he still retained a blind loyalty in his associate and prin cipal in the crime Murder it seemed was to be epected when one took the law in his own hands to right an in justice He didnt clearly understand It It was his first experience with a killing The heartlessness of McKee both awed and horrified him Evident ly the half breed was accustomed to such actions It appeared to be en tirely justified In his code So Bud followed in dull silence the masterful inan who had Involvqd him In the fearful deed When they dismounted however his pentup emotion burst forth You said there would be no killing he gasped passing his hand wearily across his forehead as if to wipe out the memory of the crime Well what did the old fool pull his gun fer grumbled McKee petulantly as If TerrlI1 were the aggressor in the encounter Bud threw himself wearily on the groundId give the rest pf my life to undo todays work he groaned speaking more to himself than to his compan Ion McKee heard him His anger began to rise If Bud weakened detection was certain Flight back to Texas must be started wiuiout tlelay If he could strengthen the will of the bov Shoot if you want fo either by promises of reward or fear of punishment the chances of detection would lessen as the days passed And that will fie about twenty four hours if you dont keep quiet Why didnt he put up his hands when i hollered He starts to wrastle an pull his gun an I had to nail him McKee shuddered in spite of his bravado JTo be Continued Subs rlb iFoitMj 4 rs i i i i NOVEL MaUNTAiN RACE Contest For lox Trophy to Be KelcL In April The race that Wps all others in not elty and as a test of endurance js the annual mountain climb for the Rich ard K Fox trophy to be held on ilount Wilson near Pasadena Gal about the middle of April Charles J Fox son of the proprietor of the Police Gazette Is now in Sierra Madre CaL making arrangements for the big event The large number of Marathon races recently run and now in prospect I 1171 I 9 I SOLDIER JOE KING TOXXEIt OF LAST YEARS MOUNTAIN CLIMB causes Mr Fox to think the Mount Wilson club will be regarded by the sports as a welcome change Conse quently he expects a far greater show of interest than was aroused in the race held last year Soldier Joe King the winner of the 190S event made the climb in 1 hour 25 minutes 5 secondssurmounting seven and onetenth mnsof rough trail then rested half an hour and made the descent the round trip being made in 2 hours 11 minutes 35 seconds For this he was awarded the gold medal and his name entered on the list for the gold medal to be given the man who wins three years in succes sion This year he will run under the colors of the IrishAmerican league of San Francisco Mr Fox deserves the unstinted praise of all sportsmen of every nationality for his promotion of this race which will open a new field for athletic activity There is no doubt that mountain climbing races will one day be held in scores of places in this country CINCINNATIS CARNIVAL Many Colleges to Compete In Big Athletic Event Jan 23 The carnival of athletics to be pulled off in Cincinnati Jan 23 will be undoubtedly one of the largest that has ever been held in the Queen City In vitations have been sent to all colleges and athletic clubs within a radius of 200 miles and the promoters are confi dent that the outside entries will b far more numerous than the local ones Assurances have already been received that teams and individual en tries from Illinois university Miami university Cincinnati university and Wesleyan college will compete in the events and there will be a large number of entries for the interscholastic intercollegiate and public School relays There will be twentyseven track events and three field events BASEBALL NOTES Germany Schaefer has been appoint ed captain of the Detrolts for the com ing seasonfA tip of the American league open ingCleveland in St Louis Chicago In Detroit New York in Washington antl Boston in Philadelphia Fielder Jones is now settled at Port land Ore from which he proclaims his permanent retirement from base ball Ty Cobb says lilsbrother Paul will make a hit in fast co any If hes lIke Ty hell make several hitsfThe Chicago National club has released Catcher Doc Marshall to the Columbus club of the American asso elation The Brooklyn club hasasked for waivers on the following players Farmer Finltfyson Hoch Holmes Kruger Maloney McLane Murch Rit ter Ryerson Sheehan and Whiting Ritter Sheehan and Maloney were regulars of the team of 1908 Christy Mathewson is not 4 only a great pitcher end Insurance agent but he is some wizard when it comes to playing checkers The Giant pitcher recently won a big checker tournament inNEW York r1 C VviT i F v i I IF YOU ADORE th then it is to us to done interior is t and foot Rr SON coll Peoples Bank ICAPITAL OOOOO less than three years pgoSin of the financial iidn thg hard times there been steady growth fro start in the number ofour depositors in the business We new names every week yours You coilialu io open an account sonal to all business J M HCLGKIN Cashier L BRO ri IL B COCKRELL Vice r 3 r Jhr ir iJ J HORSESHQFJNG Arrival of f the New Year means the newest uptodate j in the and dyeing qf mens suits overcoats etc and in the of ladys fine dresses a new leaf the new year and make a good to have your cleaned and pressed or 5h- aCincinnati Capital Profits 160000 THE- Winchester Bask or WINCHESTER KY N H WITHERSPOON PRESIDENT R I CASHIER YourA- CCOUNTS S i 8 WINCHESTER TAILORING COMPANY M fiG HMcKINNEYPrdps ClothesCieanedJPressed and DRY CLEANING AND DYING A N W Cor Main Fairfax i Conkwright and Ice Co and Fur f 1IFruls and Groceries Cigars Tobaccos and Candies Home Phone Joseph Szt 4 iT4 c k2 artist ioandbeautifuliw in I tenor and exterior 1 in the home 11 yon should come have your milhvork Our exterior and work of the finest none but the best fully seasoned lumber being used every of guarantetlq in every particnlarH f P SCOBEE lINCORPORATED State just the beginning depress Notwithstanding hhs the and volume ofour enroll We want are inted withur7PerW attenoJ I J President President i Tile meth ods cleaning cleaning waists etcITurnover for resolution garments d3Tedvat Tailors Undivided 100000 I W SPHAR SOLICITS Repaired SPECIALTY and Transfer Handling Fresh Fresh Oysters 712L MiKe woodwork fvery work The Horse Looks Aroundin surprise when we shoe him for the first time Never knew befoie how comfortable it was to be shod properly Hell know more vet when he realizes how they give confidence to his gait Treat your horse to our shoeing Hell reciprocate in better work and better temper T STRDTHER SCOTT THE VERY BEST s0 t Have any of our readers seen arm cent copy of the Cincinnati Weekl Enquirer If not it will pay to send for a copy if for no other purl pose than to note its present great worthas an educator in all things that tend to make life prosperous and home the happiest place on earth The editor by asking its readers to criticise and suggest improvements and following advice thus obtained is enabled to produce a paper that exactly fits needs of family and a material aid to father mother and children in reaching that higher level in social life where content and comfort reigns supremeFather obtains ample information that guides in the where when and how to regulate arid increase the income from his efforts The mother jn management of household affairs practical economy government of children and other duties that makes her toil a labor of love Childrens mjnds and hearts are freed from thoughts o frii1VO 0 emulate all that is helpful in plan ing for a useful future in lifer The Grand Idea being thatlAsare our Homes sowill be the Com munity tate and Nation A most desirable help is a non sectarian sermon each week as preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell j a forcible reminder of the spiritual and tem poral rewards gained by righteous living as preferable toa Godless life that brings nought but misery to the home Other departments and features are above the ordinary the unani mous verdict of its readers being f The cleanest and best family Weekly known to them Sample copies may be lad ty wntin rCrnirtgCincinnati Q J x v a r I tj V A v I i SKATING F Thisis the season of the in which skatingf wUll enjoyed by all ffy vt THIS is THE scsif 4 RIND IN THE- BLUEGRASS 1 rteacfo you free if f1 you Mo not know how- either t V the m i or between regular sessionsV I if AFTERNOON SESSIONS Admission 5c Skates lOc r s EVENING SESSIONS K Admission lOc Skates 15c AUditoriumThis Accident and Sickness Let Us Write You an Accident and Sickrh Benefit Policy S Its the best on the market Jouetts Ins CompanY i t Both Phones 7i HAC3AN GAS AND Engines i = 5 = SIMPLE RELIABLE i ECONOMICAL SoItLUnder a Positive Guarantee F WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES HAGAN GAS ENGINE s MFG n ii INCORPORATED fWINCHESTER KY f 8f HAMPTON Pres F CURTIS Gashll J THE Clark County National Bank i 114l1nN STR atinsbestet Esntusk Capital 200000 Surplus 9100000 t l UadtvidedProfits361000h Orgtniied 1885 being the oldest BADkia the uity Collections made on all point and your so lonnts solicited 1 PROFESSIONlt CARDS atrJ M STE1SON c ttdrncy At lawI l GO S Main dinchesterKyt PENDLETON EUSH BUSH 1 Attorneys At Law 50 S Main St Winch8sor KY aIf SEe 9OILBERTBOTTO i FORsFresh Cured Meats Fish Vegetables Country Produce BOTH PHONES OPERA g0t Roe Winans Scot ROOFING GUTTERIRG 3jfc find SPOUTING GAS ls WATER PLUMBING f Dealers ivIrqn and Bucket Pumps Cistern 1tTops Gas Fixtures Mantels Globes Stove Pipes Elbows pHlmt Phonf 502 M xt iti PruJts ricKy 7t i c 1r r i 4 to tw 1 4 f rt Fe4 f ofr 1 Irfi t r jf rt t r i t tr t f i 1 4 t prIt IIt t fw Cw r t Ar t 1 4 r Jr 1h f I A F i 1 v L I t t ft r IIt r i or Y jj 4THE WlHCHESTEifl NEMtSS t Il 1pf Vft Joi wlM A 1 N J j rhePzi sophy jGiV and GetTo Spanker Noto SankLon t Lives Alone W01ne 4e Martyrs 4 1Poor gull I am sorry for her Sirs Popular looked overat the lonely t r wallflower as she spoke Some ope ought to tell her how to he liked in this world remarked Mrs t Clever L to be liked What dp you SeHETf vv i The secret of life getting what you radiate Thenyou go near Miss Wall flower do you feel that she hikes you Very much juWell she has rather a repelling manner I always thought Jt rather unfortunate t f tnIt is not so unfortunate as it is self r lsfi She wants to be liked without liking anybody f Now that sort oft thing doesnt work in this world You i get just what you give to others If you are suspicious you beget suspicion i If you are jealous you inspire jealousy t and if you are cold and selfish you cannot possibly expect warmth and generosity Miss Wallflower simply wants a good time She does not think for one moment about giving it to others She has a sour expression on her face and yet she expects people to chine up and smile at her She is quite indignant that she is left to sit by herself all the evening and yet she hasnt sense enough to gtop and wonder whs If she would cease wondering about her self and would begin to think about making other people happy if she Would honestly ask herself what is her attitude toward those around her What she does for them what her in fluence on them is Im sure she would set her feet oh the road to happiness Seriousness 6f the Sex is too serious lItake as an example the programs presented for the entertainment of t 1 belI n s necessary me but when I want an afternoons HAS A spur EXPRESSION anxy consisting of doleful songs and ad y dresses by different clergymen on an cient Sand modern art That is what happened to me the other day when 1 attended the monthly luncheon of a Well known social club Ye gods and little fishes Jiriagine a mans club under similar circum r Stances tr I tell you what the men know one thing we dont know much about and that is how to enjoy themselves Wo men are born martyrs They just love to suffer Spank Early and Judiciously To spank or not to spank the child Is now the burning question and Im sorry to say I believe in a good spank t judiciously administered earlyvery early In life when necessary There are certain model children who can oe Brought up on moral suasion but there are others of such a perse vering nature that nothing but a severe shock will brIng them to their senses I think the mother should spare herself some and the mother who attempts to bring upa large fam ily of children on moral suasion is apt to become a nervous wreck Besides sometimes life gives us worse spank tugs than those we should have re ceived from the maternal hand It is better take it all in all to have the objectionable points in our character removed early in life than later on Jt hurts less 11Get a Mate I Women never reach their best devel opment if they lire in loneliness Woman was meant to bestow her affection on others to look after them and to receive little kindnesses in re t turn Being meant for the bomeyher outlook on life Is naturally narrower than that of man Whenshe lives f Rlone it becpmes positively iinnaturaC She becomes self centqrcd ImelancKblyr- nd decidedly Ipeedsh JMATJD 1KOBTNSQX t ii fpi i y t1 v X l j A FEMININE HANDICAP t Pity th One What knows a Little About Everything c What if talented woman Yes but she will never mount to anything She does too ncehndbasiesm3tjerlngoeverything I have heard that the abllitytodab- bie In different occipations is a curse It jSarid you would realize it If apartmentEverything ing machine is wide open and under the needle lies a garment partly Tipped 11With he penciled notes of a news lg she is trying to compose he herself is seated at a desk doing fashion notes for a Sunday Per for that pays the rent In tb colTiIll Ic EVEiirrHiNa is IN CONFUSION ored servant trying to make herself heard about matters in the kitchen Oh And on the mantel please note a J3gx of water color paints and on the ys a lopsided sketch or two Now t oman could make a success of yt lathing if she stuck to It but she u so she only gets the returns of the usual amateur That Is the trouble with a great many women by the way Agencies and Young Womens Christian asso ciations all have tie same report Women come here to apply for work and they cant do any one thing well Ask them what they are and they dont know They can doa little sew lug a little writing or a little teach ing consequently it Is almost impossl ble to place them Remember this you girls who come to the Learn to do one bran h of wqrkfwell and you will make a good income It is the lower rounds of the ladder that are crowded There is always room at the top If you air competent and experienced through faithfully practicing one accomplish ment you hare nothing to fear HELE WHITTEMORE SMALL DINING ROOMS They Should Be Simply Furnished tc Look Well The small dining room should be carefully furnished in order to make It appear as little crowded as possible Heavy leather chairs and massive tables are out of the question Notice the room in the illustration It has white woodwork which sets off chdrmiiigly the foliage paper Thr French window is filled with plants leg J IJ t tI DINING ROOM IN APARTMENT HOUSE 4Dhe mahogany round table and the chairs with their light frames are Very well chosen An oriental rug of gay colors covers the floor and adds it note of cheerfulness There are no pictures on the walls which adds to the appearance of space t jR DE LA BATFME Clever Dress In a Hurry Never let it be your boast that you can dress In five minutes my dear girl No woman who has any respect for her appearance or her clothes will at tempt to dress in even double that time It is as true In dressing iis In anything else that where there is the more haste there is the less speed It Is particularly trying for a woman to dress in a hurry She gets flurried and in her attempt to fasten her brooch the pin sticks Into her finger She gets crossover this and then every thing goes wrong Buttons come off shoes or laces break gloves and veil are not to be found until boxes and drawers have been turned upside down and then the missing articles have been found on the dressing table Mien she does at 3ast get r ndyj heis eon scion ofappearhiga her rprsL i 1 i Ii I 1 4t t f 1 FADS AND FANCIES I Th Big Hat Brings Big PricerDirect- oire Shirt Waists l The gigantic hats call for costly feathers and 100 and upward Is not ai unusual price asked this season for a hat with ricji ostrich plumes Jot has returned to favor find its Effectiveness is demonstrated by its use on some of the most exclusive models Of the season IHrectoIre shirt waists are conspIcu- ous in the wardrobe of the girl with A CHILDS PRINCEss juiii EB DRESS1329 A pattern of this princess jumper dress may be had In four sizesfor children from six to twelve years or age Send 10 cents to this office giving umber 4329 and it will be forwarded to you by mail a preference for tailor made costumes The features of these shirt waists are the applied shoulder yoke the long straight narrow tucks iu front and the plain sleeve with slight fullness at the shoulder A tulle evening gown in black has a charming type of decoration large flowers cut out of coldred brocade and arrangedat the back of the tulle to show through mistily This effect may also be carried out in cretonne Combs and barrettes in filigree de sign have replaced in popular fancy those of plain shell ChUdren find the same delightful comfort in the princess jumper dress that older people do and the design shown is very graceful and childish JUDIC CHOLLET FLOTSAM AND JETSAM A Striking Effect In RuffsDyed Irish Lace a Smart Trimming A variation from the usual pierrot ruff is one cotnposed of white and gray malines from the collar of which spring minute tails of browii fur On account of the craze for em broidered nets and braids lace is not used in such quantities as last season Baby Irish lace dyed to inq tchl 11 NINE GORED SKIRT 4320 A pattern of this nine gored skirt may be had in six sizes from 22 to 32 inches waist measure Send cents to this of flee giving number 4326 and it will be promptly forwarded to you by malL the gown finds Its way Into the most ultra costumes Many of the very narrow evening skirts have godets Introduced in the seams at the foot Tulle Is a favorite material for dancing gowns this sea son t Sets of Jeweled hatpins are one of fashionablesists of five pins A very exclusive haberdasher in Paris Is Introducing mens handker chiefs with monograms three Inches iongand half an inch in width One of tub recent touches on the reedy made white net waists is a black cord l ound the lower edge of the collar The nine gored sklrt seen In the cut Is fin sheath style and Is one ot the verynewesiof the winter modelsJ JUDTCCHOLtwrji 1 Ji 1 i urL PFmt TOWN Effective Improvement Methods Adopted by Wellesley Mass MANY STREET TREES PLANTED Three Village Improvement Societies Are Always Working to Beautify the Town Their Activities Quite Di versified Pstfent but Wide Awake t Nature and man have joined effort to make Wellesley Mass one of the most beautiful suburban towns in the United States Abrupt hills flowing brooks placid ponds and a charming lake with many a noble tree and a wealth of the preen things of earth are the contributions of nature which man has molded and directed tp make of all a harmonious whole in which the modern house of wood or the vine clad stone looks at home It is an Important item in the daily concerns of the Wellesley inhabitant this thought of the beauty of his town There is no intention on his part to wake up some day and find thatunsightlY buildings Lave replaced the elms and pines that now adorn the wide streets and cover thehill slopes where prettyhomesnestlThere Is a passion for tire good things 9f nature among the dwellers In this college town and they let slip no Opportunity to get another chance at the open air of heaven or to direct the energies of those who would build a real pra- cticalre or office where nature has erto had her waYunhampered There are three village improvement socJrtfes in Wellesley with its 6186 inhabitants of whom 1000 are college students These societies have not expected to make the town perfect all at once along all lines or any lines They are patient but always wide awake and pushing some new Improvement says the Boston Herald The latest st phas been the campaign of the Falls and Hills Village Improvement society to secure the purchase of the Elm Park hotel property so that the square at Wellesley Hills may be made 0f a beauty that will accord with the rest of the town The activities of these societies are quite diversified They have secured the adoption of an attractive street sign of which many have already been setup and have planted and secured the planting of hundreds of street trees They provided free of charge plans for a nefg telephone building at Wellesley Hills square Many small improvements have been secured by then in the lighting and care of rallrIS stations and grounds and the handling of carriages at the stations They have Issued a pamphlet on the planting and care of trees The tree warden of Wellesley is a man of means who does the work for love of it These militant societies preach in general and in par ticular in the local paper They have started a system of removing ashes arid rubbish r Wellesleys real estate and personal property have a taxedvalue of 18352 OS022 which sum includes exempted property to the amount of 3455 14022 of which the larger part is the college property Of the improvements in thetown is Hunnewell park of eleven acres On the top of the hill in this park is the beautiful stone building for town hall and library This park and the building were the gift of H H Hunnewell who also gave the books for the libra ry and 21000 for a library fund and also a playground of eighteen acres This playground Is over the stone fence just off Washington street Wel lesleys principal artery of commerce Itis laid out in ball fields tennis courts and gridirons the whole being a strik ing example of good caretaking The town itself has taken many acres of land along Fuller brook between Wellesley Hills und Wellesley which in course of time will be developed into a parkway This parkway will extend from Wellesley Hills square to the Charles river at the southwesterly part of the town a dis tance of three mlles It borders on the Hunnewell pplayground and when com pleted will be a very beautiful feature of the town The four railroad stations In Welles ley from the plans of the late H F Richardson are tastefully laid out and planted with trees and shrubs They form a fitting introduction to the vis itor who is to see the greater beauties beyond Recently there has been cooperation between the railroad and the town In the leasing through the suggestion of the Village improvement society to the town by the road for long term of years of a piece of its unused land in the vicinity of the Wellesley station This piece Is being developed by planting bushes and shrubs of decorative value The three Wellesley Improvement sock ties are distributed through the vil lages of the town The Wellesley Village society is at the Wellesley end In the village known as Wellesley the Hills and Fells society at the Hills and the eastern part of the town and the Fells society at the Fells In the south westerly part of the town The Welles ley club organized to consider and discuss questions relating to the wel fare of Wellesley was organized in 18S9 and meets seven times during the at some hotel in Boston It has a membership of 110 with a long wait Ing list At its meetings it usually discusses some live question intimately related to the municipal and social life of the town Berlins Good Move It isannouncedthat the Berlin po lice ire taking steps to preventthedfrr facement ok streets by electric SiSat t 1 g a srr p J 6B 1I I COLUMBIA i DOUBLEDISC RECORDS I A differet selection on each side I They fit any machine That tells the whole story except that at 6cents for the Columbia DoubleDisc you get a better record on each side than you ever bought be fore aorr the same two selec tions Get a catalog r Winchester Drug Co c No 5 South Main St WINCHESTER = KENTUCKY JOUETTS INSURANCE AGENCYti will on It ebruary pay s SSOO X to the person who first supplies the greatest number of the missiog words in the advertisement given below Mail the slip with the miss ing words inserted to Puzzle Department Winchester News You may have as many trials as you have slips Slips wilLbe printed each Tuesday Thursday and Saturday until February 15111 The Editor of The Newshas the advertisement in his possession in a sealed Package and the seal will not be broken until the mhtof Feb 15 09 Fill blank and mail to Puzzle Department Winchester JTewsi It willworth for to jfiill these = buta of r I j policy lnTf itb fur v JOUETTS INSTANCE AGENCY r Name i P pi Addr s tH t t Received M t IQOQ BOY GROWS 70POUND SQUASHt Size of Pail Indicates the Size of the SquashH bya11twhichblue red and yellow ribbons were given as well as honorable mention to the successful young agriculturalists the superintendent of schools and a ladY + m judgesThe by Jon D Conant 11 years of age The seed was planted May lo 1908 the squash showing form July 12 It was fed with liquid dressing quite frequently and when picked poundsAtlielargestlocal dry goods dealer and Master C mint won that also Master Conant considers himself quite well paid for his time and trouble and he expects to realize Mill more from the sale of the squash j Spain Exports Much Olivs vIJBjpiiiB exports Jcl least J3000 000 worth of oliVe x il a year aHd la iKf of iarg crops twice that air t f tl 1 r f r rx j r May use aWhlted Sepulcher j It is a wonMULs way to think thtrii fs always some good Ina manV wlo wiwrs a white vestAlvestoa News f c ft f t l iv a t NEWSL 7 I t HOME INFLUENCE BEST FOR CHILD Charity Workers United onI Question r MEET AT WHITE HOUSED President Roosevelt Outlines Scope of Conference arid Describes Nu nerous Typesf Conditions Encountered by jose Who Seek to Ameliorate the Condition of Orphan Children Meeting In Historic East Room Addressed by Men Interested I Washington Jan 26The importance of the preservation of the home intact was the central theme around which the discussion Devolved at the conference on the care of dependent children which was formally opened bj president Roosevelt at the White House The subject under consideration was Should the Breaking of a Hbme Be Permitted for Reasons of Poverty or Only For TReasons of In efficiency or Immorality Itwas the unanimous ppinion of an shay of notable charity workers and others who took part in the discus- Sion that the child can best be reared under the influence of the home arid that they should be removed from the family circle only when proper super 5bieopinion that where poverty exists i the home state aid should be given While this subject formed the principal topic of discussion other ques tioDllofequally vital importance to the welfare of the child were consid ered The historic east room of the White House was the scene pf this notable conference President Roos velt who presided in calling the con yentfon to order received the nearly 360 delegates in the east room After outlining the scope of tne work b6 fore the conference the president Called Homer Folks president of the state probation commission of New York to the chair The president t spoke in part as follows There can be no more subject from the standpointimportantI nation than that with to Seal because when you tako care of the children you are taking care of the nation of tomorrow and it is incumbent upon every one of us to vidforwhom cruel misfortune has handicapped at the very outset of their Jives I earnestly hope that the me bers of this conference will take jsrpgressive stand so as to establish Jt i bal toward which the whole coun try can work There are of course several di Brent types of conditions which yo tare trying to meet I believe that we jdl of us have come to the conclusion that where possible the thing to be iione for the child is to provide a tome for it and that wnere that pot possible we should make the co IlkBosen home In cases where the child has lost both parents the president consid ered the proper course to be th placing of the orphan in a good home For the child who has lost is fathe and whose mother would like to r tain it but lacks earning capacity h irf commend Sd that financial assist mice vbe given the mother either by the state Qr through private associa tions The speakers who made strong pleas for the preservation of the fam- ilY ties included Michael J Scanlan president New York Catholic home bureau Ernest P Bicknell president conference charities and corrections James F Jackson superintendent as sociated charities Cleveland Judge William E DeLacoy of t Washington juvenile court and Edward T Devine of New York Mr Scanlan declared that there a battle on between those who would preserve the family and those who would destrt y it For us Catholics be said we stand by the teachings of our church in favor of the pres ervation of the family circle CLOSES HIS BEARINGS Divinity Student Starts For Montreal and Hits Chicago Chicago Jan 26 Edward Curtis Enox said to be a divinity student at tics Episcopal Theological seminary at Cambridge Mass is being detain ed at a police station here until his relatives can be communicated with Knox who appears to be about 28 years old told the police be was unable to account for his presence in Chicago All he remembers he sal was that laSt Saturday he boarded a Grand Trunk railway train for Mon treal He said he was probably suf faring from a nervous breakdown JBrem overstudy Suicides to Avoid Arrest Celina 0 Jan26Rush Pratt 30 committed suicide at Mercer He was chargeehJJlgr 1e chased across a cornfield rby 0 wwiiO nger and Hight of thJba cJ i wk a he drank poison I ta J iat t 3 ta 1 1ThE i MARKETS J CATTLE MARKET AT- CINCINNATI IS SLOW Calves Also Slow While Hogs Are Active Strong and 5 and 10 Cents Higher CINCINNATI 0 Jan 25ReFceip4auelshipmLDts of the jicinnati Union Stockyards today were Cattle iogg Sheep Receipts 1229 3781 282 Shipemnts 144 1916 Cattle Slow at last weeks closing prices shippers 5075 butal cher steers extra 5756 good to choice 4565 common to fair 350450 heifers extra 525 550 good to choice 4255 common to fair 2504 cows extra 4oO475 good to choice 385 450 common to fair 2375can n ers 1753 bulls steady bolognas 310385 extra 3904 fat bulls 425475 milch cows slow at last weeks decline Calves Slow extra 750 fair to good 550725 common and large 450700 Hogs Packers and butchers active strong and 5folflft higher ligh shippers and pigs unchanged and slow good to choice packers and butchers 645650 mixed packers 585050 stags 4535c oJim 1r to choice heavy fat sows j 450610 light shippers 525 580 pigs 110 lbs and less 425a25 tno choice 425485 common to fair 175415 Lambs Slow 1525c lower extra 725 good to choice 675715common to fair 450GG5 v CHICAGO MARKET fleCHICAGO Jan 25GattleRe ceipts estimated at 17000 head mar ket 4Q15c higher Beeves 4107Texans 420490 Westerners 385550 stockers and feeders 3rfijo510 cows and heifers 185 535 calves 550725 Hogs estimated receipts at 38000 head market lOc higher light 5655635 mixed 5855655 heavy 590 600 rbugh 5905610 good choice heayyii610660 pigs toI 5565 bulk of sales at 615 645 Sheep Receipts estimated at 14000 head market ld15chigher i native 335575 Western 335 5J80 yearlings 58057 native lambs 55775 Western 525785 tnRange of futuresThe leading futures range as fol ows 1077ApuJuly 97970s 5Septs Low Close May jd 07 1 07 97n4 CORN Ope q Hid May Gs 62 T4 July 6 6238 Sept 623s u Lowvi Close May a a 4 62i 621e4 7e G23 s SIXTEEN HORSES ARE BURNED WITH STABLE Flannerys Livery Barn at Farmers Destroyed With Loss of About 4000 OWINGSVILE Ky Jan 26 stablAhre at I of the isfire is unknown About 3000 bushels of corn and several tons of hay were destroyed and sixteen head of horses perished in the flames before anyone was around to release them The loss was about 4000 practi Bally covered by insurance IN RECEIVERS HANDS Southern Fire Insurance Company of New Orleans is Placed FRANKFORT Ky Jan 26In surance Commissioner Bell received notice yesterday that the Southern Fire Insurance Company of NeV Orleans lead been placed in the hands of a receiver Mr Bell at once re yoked its license to do business in anthodized agents in the State to cease writing bus ess for that company HAMNfERSTEINSDEFL NEW YORK Jan 26 Arthur Hammerstein who has figured in pitched wattles with newspaper m in an interview yesterday said he atnd no them aH ovtj oM after IIoUter l i SCOVELLflflMEH CALL OH ROOSEVELT Food Commissioners of the Nation Thanlc President For His Support- WASHINGTON Jan 2GA cpmi of the Association of State ood and Dairy Commissioners now holding sessions here was received by the President in rile East Room of the White House last night They presented him with a resolu tiori expressing appreciation of the State Ifoodcfcihtrql officials for the strong friendship and support he has ways given the fight for a square deal betvveen the and the consumers in the sale offood and drug products The committee consisted of J Q Emery of Wisconsin Dr Richard Fischer of Madison Wis AC Bird Lansing Mich nr tlE H Jenlans New Haven Qonnf Biv William Al Jen Raleigh N j4 H E Barnard In dianapoljspr4M Av Sepvell Lexington Ky and Robert M Allen assistant attorney of the Department of Justice in charge of the pure food prosecutions LAND FRAUDS In StupendthusEerr MUSKOQlglB OkJa Jan 2GGov eminent officials now in Muskogee that no fraud in town lots ever i nvestigatedvill equal the stupendous proportions of that now being made in the Government case here Witnesses from a dozen States arrived yesterday to testify before the Federal Grand Jury that meats today Secret Service men have it is stated secured affidavits from witnesses that they were used as dum ues in scheduling the lots and that they knew nothing of the use of their names until asked to sign quitclaim afThe discovery was made today that one of the men summoned to serve on the Grand Jury is the soniUrlaw vof one man accused and brotherinlaw of another A jury made up of men ouide of Muskogee hasbeen chosen THE HAGUE COURT ITU land Fisheries Question Will Be Sent WASHINGTON Jan 26Al1 agreement has been reached between Secretary Root and the British and Canadian and Newfoundland governments through their representatives on the Newfoundland fisheries ques lionh to be submitted to The JEague for arbitration NEW RAILROAD WORK f News has been received at Sharps burl that the engineering corps for the Cincinnati Kentucky and Virgin viliThis newroadwill Pass through soma of the richest cpunties of the Blue grass and will e tend on up into the mountains and open up large lumber Jand coal fields Itds backed by Chi cala o capitalists SUMMONED BY FEDERAL COURT t Jerry Keeyes J pas R Bush W C Todd W 0 Brock and Thomas Lisle have beeiiVisummoned as witnesses in thftyclase of Charles Oliver and others against the Gov ernme for damages caused by overflow bottom lands by the building of the lock at Ford The case comes up in thfe Federal Court at Richmond Thursday BIG STOCK BARN BURNS FARMERS Ky Jan 26 Sunday morning ones tonw the large sloe barn or Tpn Flattery was destro 3 e by fire together w th thirteen head of valuable cattleand 1500 bushels of corn Loss 500 nof insured The unknownb FAR SOtD I R A Scobee sold Monday to John C Sumpter iti farmof 129 acres o the Wades Mill pike near Sewell Shop at 8256 per acre Five weeks ago Mi Scobee had six farms and in the meantime has sold five of them r A HUNG JURY 4 v In the case of Frank H Haggard against Will H Tucker for damages on account of the sale and purchase of a horse the jury hunk and was discharged LOGSenThe Ky River JJoplar Co received fifteen thousand Jpffs at Irvine on tie tide in thftfKjTiftttclqr River last week ici4 + io7 f t FEDERAL CHI CASESc DELAYED BY SMALLPOX Stearns Riot Hearing is Held Up By Quarantine of Coving ton Jail RICHMOND Kyy Jan 26A special term of the Federal Court for theI Eastern District of Kentucky convened here yesterday afternoon Judge A M J Cochran presiding After the usual motion hour a petit jury was empaneled to try about twentyfive civil cises The suit of J T Quisenberry against the Ameri can Tobacco Company was continued while that of the Montgomery Blue- Grass Seed Company of Mt Sterling against the Chesapeake Ohio Railroad Company was set for today after which the jury was excused until today f Upon advice from District iAttor ney Tinsley for the Government and Golden for the defense it was decided not to empanel a grand jury for a few days to investigate the Stearns riot on Christmas Day as Jeses and Harvev Simpson and Elisha and Oliver Slavin the four men who are confined in the Newport jail under charges jn connection with this riot are yet under a smallpox quarantine It was stated that these men probably would be able to be brought here by the latter part of the week Eighteen civil cases against the United States are on the docket filed by Iqnd owners residing along the Kentucky River between Valley View mid College Hill who claim damages due to the overflow of water from th rvel1causedas they allege by locks and dams built at and between these points by the GoveI11menti About two hundred witnesses are on hand in addition to more than twenty attorneys composing some of the best legal talent in the State Dan Mulliust son of Deputy Marshal Mullins who was killell on Christ- m s Day by miners at Stearns was- ppointed bailiff FIND ONE TO BEAT THIS SAYS C E SMIT Joined 16th Kansas Volunteer Canal ry at Age of Ten Years anQ Four Months X lklnehelaerJan 26 1909 to the Editor of The News In an article in your yesterdays pa per headed the Youngest Soldier in the Civil War you say Mr OCon nell of Mt Sterling Ky enlisted n the age of twelve years andeigh months VY6u can inform Mr OConnell that he will have to come again- I was born on the 14th of November 1852 and joined the 16th Kas sas Vol Cavalry in March 1863 and was mustered out on the 26th day o December 1865 So you see I have Mr OConnell beaten fourteen mouths When my Company was in at Leaveusworth City Kansas t officer told me I was too young and made me stand aside and after the rest of the Company was mustered ii- I still insisted on going slid being of unusual size and vitality I final succeeded And after fighting t Jameses Youngers Quantral Price Marmaduke and Joe Shelby in Mis souriand Arkansas we then went into the territories of Wyoming an borsejback iventfighting all the time And in the bat tie of Newtony Missouri every man in our fifteIM minutes myself with the others I was a bugler of my Company and afterwards prompted to Chi Bugler Find one to beat this Yours truly SMITHd I DII tops litCASE FOR THIRD TIME Mrs Brashear Gets Verdict Fcr 8 750 jn Mentgomery Cir coif Court MT STERLING IivJan2GZ- he Chesapeake d Ohio Railroad Company lost another big damage sifit in this city yesterday when Mrs Blanche Brashear secured a verdict of 8750 against the road Three years ago this summer Mrs Brashears husband Dr James BraI shear was killed by a Chesapeake 8 Ohio fast train at the Levee pike crossing just outside of the city while driving in from the country Mrs Brashear brought suit against the road for 25000 damages and on the first trial secured a verdict fo 9000 This verdict was set aside On the second trial she again wa given a verdict the amountthis time being 10000 Both these verdicts were set aside by Judge Young In the third tria just closed Mrs Brashear was also a victor If g new trial is not granted the railroad will appeal the case Dr Brashear was one of the leading veterinary surgeons in the State Hon JohnT Shelby of Lexington assisted Lewis Apperson o this city in behalf of the railroad S H Winn and C D Grubbs of thi city represented Mrs Brashear Death of Two Aged Men W R Kirby about 75 years old died at his home near Peeled Oak af pneumoniaone ol the leading market men of tltcity Mr Braney Carter 77 years old highly respected and popular man o the HOW lds Mill neighborhood dice at his home after a long illness o drops Eleven Years in the Pen In circuit court yesfeid y Johr Henry Dale colored was given elevei years in the penitentiary for lallinj Laura Whaley a colored woman h this Dale claimed the shootin stateHment showed the killing premeditated HOME CURE FOR ECZEMA Oil Wintergreen Thymol Glycer ine Etc Used as a Simple Wash It reallycmany people suffer year in and yeai out with eczema when it is now m wintertetc makes a wash that is bound ti cure Old obstinate eases it is Crue can not be cured in a few days but there is absolutely no sufferer from eczema anfd fully soothing calm cool sensatior that comes when the itch is taker away Instantly upon applying a few takeheno need of experimentthe patien knows at once instead of trying to compound tin oilof wintergreeil thymol glycerine ourselhewhich is universally found the mos effective It is known as the D D D Wintergreed r p iof Chicago and our long ex giverePhillips Drug Co S Main st DIRECTORS MEETING aotended the meeting of the Jnter Southern Life Insurance Comapny at Louisville Thursday The old officers were reelected Mr Day being Vie President Eagle CastingvCo 1 WINCHESTER KY OFs s Gray Iron Semi Steel Thermit Steel Alluininum Brass and Bronze Castings of all kinds Drawings Specifications and Blue Prints s s t J r WE ARE ALSO AGENTS J i4 FORr All i1dsoftructural Steel Shapes A i J Fo- EILi 2 Oenl Manager JJ f I j I f GLASSIPIEB 0 COLUMN lClassifiedPer Word Onehalf cent per word per inser tion 5 cents per calender month Nothing counted less than 20 words No item charged on books for less than 25 cents j meIrate For 250 lines or more used within one year 4 cents a line- CLOSING OUT SALE Having rented my store room I am con pelled to close out at oncmy stock of harness saddles stock = work whips etc If you need anycthingih this line it will pay you to call J W REID N Main street P SParties owing me will please call and settle l206t LOSTrrBetween the Auditorium and Miss Ella Habgfb ads millinery store gJs9n3yardpair of childs whitebglovesOwn er please return to Cahal Bros barbershop 1233t STRAYED From Pine Grove Jan = uary 25th 1 red cow and 2 heifers marked jfX Iwith tar 10 reward for their return to FRANK STIVER Athens Ky 126lOt FOUNDSagma Nu fraternity pjh with owners initials T KP on back Chapter Beta Sigma Own er can have same by paying fortliis advertisement and applying jajT Baldwin Bros jewelry store 123tf CALENDARSCall at No 19NMain street and receive a beauti ful calendar small for 1909 JIR STUART l237fe WANTED 50 barrels short J corn J A HOLTON Home lj hone 853 3 rings 2i2f FOR RENT House of eight rooms corner Hickman and Main Rent reasonable Apply to DR VAUGHT l206t LOST Pair of gold rimless eyeglasses on Lexington pike near Dave Pre wills farm Had gold chain with hairpin attached Reward Return to C H Bowens store FOR SALECoal at 21 North I203t Main r jstreet You will be pleased with both quality and price V 1191mo t FOfr RENT rjPour rooms with jSMRS DS MANN 290 Si Main street Home phone Np 335 V l183t nlhayepaying for this advertisement 118t FOR RENT House on Buckner street THORNTON L WIttLSlY 115tf FOR SALE Grocery and ioeatshqpi paying business Terms re ison = able Address W A B this office 114fif WANTED To take orders for niak = Ying cakes beaten biscuit rolls rim = LuqyCqLEYe street phone 654 112lmoi LOSTon Boone avenue between r Main and College streets a small gold pin with cpral setting Finder return to News office and receive 1203ttFOR SALECheap grapho hone sergeMorning eR B this office 19tfL FOR RENTHouse of eight rooms Gas and stable Apply this office 121lt WANTED To buy furs scragTrohj rinWashington v 119lmo WANTED Three or four rooms ten t trally located for light housekeep = ing Downstair rooms deSired Apply at The News office l23iL FOUNDCoral pin on Main street Owner may have same by calling at this office and paying for adveiI tisement 125 tf LOST A package containing a gaixv fof suspenders Please return to this office SouthMainmonogram IlL Tone oneSidf 1JK7 on other side Finder JrJ tkrn to Ifeifs office t 7 1 7f ir iA i i