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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 1Jt1 jiLt J fi j Last Edition J VOL 1 NO 128 WINCHESTER KY FRIDAY MARCH 12 1909 2 CENTS A COPY II CHITS A WHI GOMPRS TALKS ABOUT OCISION 4 Agrees With She arils Dissenting tOpinion Court Modifies DegreerWashington Mtih iS In con nipnting on the decision of the court of appeals of the District of Colum IJffc whereby the injunction obtained by the Bucks Stove and Range com ilcby in Justice Goulds court against the American Federation of Labor is modified so as to permit free refer euceto the stove company in the col umns of the American Fed r tionist except by inclusion in the We Dont Patronize List President Gompers said The dissenting opinion of Chief Justice Shepard is exactly that for which the federation has been all along contending so far as it refers to the freedom of the press The right to freely express opinions is a constitutional guaranty There is nothing libelous in anything the federation has published in connection with this whole case The decision was handed down by Justice Robb and holds that the de cree should be modified to the extent that it shall only restrain the defend ants from conspiring or combining to boycott the Bucks Stove and Range company or threatening or de claringany boycott or assisting therein and from printing the name of the complainant its business or product in the We Dont Patronize or unfair list Justice Van Orsdel concurred fully in the conclusion reached by Justice Robb but Jay a different process of reasoning Tie sustaining of such a decree by a court of equity would violate the constitutional rights of the citizen says Justice Van Orsdel in referring to Justice Goulds injunction decree It would mark the beginning of the era of judicial tyranny by the branch of the government charged with the duty of protecting the citizen II his constitutional or legal rights He says further that the clause in 4ttn constitution guaranteeing freed ni of speech and free press forbids crsfernrnent censorship In all forms It tld be difficult he addsUto methodcopegtor f b1ishlng a government censor shipUnaa through the writ of injunc tiont A partially dissenting opinion was presented Chief Justice Sbepard who held that the decree should be modified fso as to restrain the acts only liySvliich other persons have been or may be coerced into ceasing from business relations with the- BilcksSto and Range company but not so as to restrain the publication of the name of that company in the We Dont Patronize column of the American Federationist no mat tel what the object of such publica tion may be suspected or believed to be FARMERS ENTER PROTEST Tell Legislators They Received Short End of Deal Columbus 0 March 12 Hundreds of letters of protest are being receiv ed by members of the general assem bh from the farmers of the state against the work of the legislature this session Most of them are of the same tenor making the direct charge that the body has done nothing to re lieve the farmer and everything it could to increase the farmers taxes The principal objection is to the Increase o i the salaries of tee county recorders and the passage of the armory bill which puts the burden of the maintenance of the National Guard entirely on the property owner This is the measure which provides a county levy equal to 10 cents per head for every legal resident of the county OHIO MAN PROMOTED i Clement S Ucker Made Chief Clerk of General Land Office X Washington March 12In line with his policy to reorganize the worlc of the interior department Sec rot ary Balliuger made a number of changes in the personnel including the appointment of Clement S Ucker of Ohio chief of the contest division and administrative officer of the gen eral land office to be chief clork of the department in succession to Edward M Dawson of Maryland who was appointed an assistant attorney of the department Vqrys Retires to Private Life Columbus 0 March 12 Arthur I Vorys of Lancaster 0 manager of the Taft movement previous to the Republican national convention has announced ho would become a member of a local law firm He has been mentioned for variousvpcltica tip plntmentsrjbut stirs he jvants ubne fI 7 if t I yf x y h THE WINCHESTER NEWS INTERESTING MEET OF FARMERS CLUB IS TO BE HELD SATURDAY Mr Goode Of State University Will Talk On The Care And Feeding Of NogsMac Goff On Alfalfa The montlfly meeting of the Farm ers Club Saturday bids fair to be one of the most interesting of the series For quite a while the Experi ment Station utLxingtonhus been carrying on a series of experiments in regard to the breeding care and feeding of thebbest results Prof Goode who has had charge of this matter will lie here to Dive the result of the work of the Station and to discuss hog matters in generalMae of North Middletown BRADLEY AND THE PRESIDENT Are Very FriendlyHas Been Twice at White House at Tafts Request- 1VASIIINGTON March 12Son ator William OConncll Bradley of Kentucky and President Taft are very friendly The Kentuckians who thought the new Senator was going to get a hard slap on the wrist every time he went to the White House have another guess coming The Senator has been at the White House several times since March 4th and twice at the Presidents request Senator Bradley has told Mr Taft only a few of his repertoire of good stories with the flavor of the Blue Grass soil and the President holds his sides and laughs and laughs and tells the Senator he must come back right away The President and Senator Bradley are to have no trouble Bradley is to be Senator for six years and lie has taken his place with a group of Sena tors some of whom are Root of New York Hale of Maine Penrose of Pennsylvania Scott of West Virginia Crane of Massachusetts Bur rows of Michigan and other old stagers who know the game and who are Republicans from the ground up William OConnell is getting in good and it will not bo long until he will have convinced the wayfarer and of ficeseeker from Kentucky that he is the man to see and that he is not wearing the budge ofa Senator for iiothingONLY 19000 18 LACKING Berea College is Within Reaching Dis tance of the 50000 Necessary Special to The News- LEXINGTON K 4March 12Iti- s announced here today that only nineteen thousand dollars are lack ing of tile fifty thousand necessary to secure the Lincoln Institute which is to be the negro branch of Berea College for Kentucky If fifty thousand is secured the three hundred and fifty thousand pledged by Andrew Carnegie Mrs Russell Sage and other Eastern phil anthropists will be at once paid The school is to be modeled after Tusko geeEAST GAME OF BROOM BAtE OF SEASON Played at Auditorium Thursday Night and Results in Victory For Local Team The last game of broom ball of the season was played at the Auditorium Thursday night between the team from Richmond and the one representing this city resulted in a victory for the home boys The score at the finish was 1 toO The rink will re main open all nqxfc week which will be tlulastof the ieason f + j Yf ti r itt C who for a number of years has been quite successful in theUaising of al falfa will fell about itia a practical way and from the standpoint ofii practical Kentucky farmer The children of the City Schools have been carrying on a series of ex cornIsenda lecturer on a subject to be selected by him ADDRESSSTHE OF PL Prof V I Moore talks To Local Order on Principles of Fraternity Piof V I Moore of Kentucky Wesleyrin College delivered a very in tee illg udddress Thursday night at the KofP lodge on the great fraternal principles of the order Mr Ii11 Harris of Louisville who is here organizing an order of the Foresters also delivered an address on the subject Tire Significance of the Order DUE LEAGUE DIRECTORS MEETING Winchester Man May Be Made Treas urerof the Organization Today The managers of theSarious Blue Grass League teams and the directors of that organization meets in Lex ington Friday in the office of Presi dent George I Hammond for the pur pose of rearranging the schedule of the league which was made out and ratified some time ago The meeting is necessitated by reason of the re cent decision of the management of the Winchester team not to play any Sunday ball- Tudays meeting will be the most important of any held before the op ening of the league as every manager and hll the prominent officials of the league will be present and the final business arrangements for the year will be concluded The selection of the Treasurer of the league also probably will be made at this meeting Several names have been mentioned for this ulljjmportant position among which is that ofa prominent young man connected with one of the local bunks Among the others is n Win chester law inVthe Winchester team The meeting is beiujt held this afternoon and will last for several hours BIGGEST LIST OFPREMIUMS To Be Offered This Year at the Clark County Fair the f Coming August The work of preparing the cata logue for the Clark county Fair that will be held here this year the first week in abvery short time The catalogue for this year will be a great deal larger than those of other years as it will contain the biggest list of premiums ever offered at a fair in this county The fair last year was a great success in every way and neither time nor expense will be spared in mak ing the one this year the best in the State WITHDRAWS FROM RACE Mr Phil B Hodgkin announced Friday morning that he had with drawn from the race for Circuit Clerk leaving only two in the race nov Mr Jonas R Bush nllG tay Aldrich t yfciv i J 14i HERBERT KNOX SMITH WHO LAYS BARE METHODS OF THE TCBACCO TRUST Herbert Knox Smith United States commissioner of corporations made some startling disclosures regarding the methods of the tobacco trust in his recent report on that organization He declares that many so called Independent concerns engaged in the tobacco business secretly operate under the direct control of the larger company In concluding his report he says Many weaker concerns have been virtually driven out of business or forced to sell out to the combination either by reason of the direct competition of tIle latter or as an indirect result of the vigorous competition between the com bination and larger Independent concerns In the case of the larger and more powerful concerns which it acquired however the combination has usually secured control only by paying a high price The immense profits of tho combination have enabled it to kppp up this policy h NOTED SPEAKERS ON THE PROGRAM At the Laymens Conference Which Opens in Paris For ThreeI Days Session PARIS Ky March 12 Extensive preparations have been perfected for the meeting of the laymens conven tion which will meet here today for a threedays session The convention will be held in the interest of what is termed Masculine Christianity and will be under the auspices of the Young Mehs Christian Associa tion of Kentucky and other kindred organizationsLarge ations are expected from all ever the Eastern and Cen tral Kentucky The object of the work is to promote religious work among men and boys dud toestab lish a closer relationship among these Various movements A number of prominent men will be heard during tic sessions of the convention Dr E Y Mtillins Pres ident of the Southern Baptist Sem inary of Louisville will address the convention on the subject Masculine Christianity Among other not able men who arc on the program are Dr R A Tony one of the great est evangelists of the day Harry H Arnold Secretary of the International Committee of New York W B Stubbs of Nashville Sercetary of the Laymens Missionary Movement of the M E Church South the Rev Edward Muck of Lane Theological Seminary of Cincinnati and E C Carter of New York Among the notable Kentuckians tho will be present are Prof J C Acheson President of Galdwcll Col lege and Dr F W Hitlitr president of Central University both of Dan ville President R H Crossfield of Transylvania University Lexington Ky Prof E A Fox General Secre tary of the Kentucky Sunday school Association A joint committee from all the churches have made all arrangements and the sessions will be held in the Christian lUrpiL A woman is the an oil painting A workof alt which should not be apjnoachecl too closely greatIsome r ii A tt l I TCOMPROMISE NOW PROPOSD Insurgents Meet Behind Closed IDoors and Clam Ten New Recruits Washington March 12For more than three hours the Republican in surgents discussed behind closed doors the details of the fight they propose to make next Monday when the Sixtyfirst congress convenes against the adoption of the rules oi the last house to govern it The leaders of the movement expressed entire satisfaction with the size of the meeting claiming that at least ten more members would vote with them against the rules It is known that much of the time at the meeting was devoted to discussion of a compromise with the organization forces The suggestion was made that tra insurgents enter into a compromise with the regulars whereby a commit tee would be appointed at the begin ning of the special session to revise the rules of the house Pending the report of the committee the rules of the last house would be enforced The sentiment of the meeting was that the speaker should not have the power of appointing the commit tee if such a committee compromise was agreed upon Those present at the meeting were Representatives Gardiner and Lover ing of Massachusetts Murdock and Madison of Kansas Hubbard of Iowa Morse Cooper Nelson Kopp Cary Lenroot and Esch of Wisconsin Mil ler and Davis of Minnesota Kinkaid and Hinshaw of Nebraska Gronna of North Dakota and Poindexter of Washington FALL CAUS FARMERS DEATH GLASGOW Ky March 12Mr James Richey a prominent farmer of this county died at his home near town yesterday morning aged thirty five yearslrr Richeys deathwas caused from a fall which he received several months ago while covering a basin His back was broken in the falland later paralysis developed He was operated upon bv Dr Caldwell of Nashville but the operation failed to relieve him and for weeks before the end came he had not been able totake nourishment tt I rS L r t i 7 jrr t WEATHBRt LMt I Breeding GRASS LARGEST ENROLLMENT OF STUDENTS IN ITS HISTORY Annual Report Of President Taylor To Board Of Mm Of K W C IShOlls College More Prosperous Than Ever Before y LEXINGTON Ky March 12 The Board of Education of Kentucky Wesleyan College of Winchester met in the First Methodist church of this city yesterday for the purpose of transacting some general routine bus iness and also for the purpose of for mulating plans and choosing the fac ulty for next years work The president of the Board the- Re John R Deering presided The session began at 1L oclock and con tinued until late in the afternoon The members of the board who were present were Revjohn R Deering Lexington Rev E G B Mann Lexington David Thornton Versailles Rev J L Clarke Covington W W Ball Maysville Rev J P Strother Danville Timothy Needhairi Wil liamstown Rev J R Sayage Cov ington B J Durham Danville Robt M Smith Louisville President II K Taylor made his annual report which showed that the institution was enjoying the greatest degree of financial prosperity in its TRACK MEE- TTOBEA GO Many Entries Have Already Been Received For Athletic Contests of March 19 Tile track meet to be held in the Auditorium as announced in yester days paper is sure to be a success as manv entries have already been made In practising for the high dive hI the college gymnasium several have gone over six feet in this spec tacular event The pole vault will also be inserted in the list of events as there is a demand that this be put on the program The een isare open to anyone who cares to enter and entries should be made to Prof Moore in person as soon as possible The date of the occasion is Friday March 19- thIMPROIEMENTS AT C B ROSS New Steel Ceiling Has Been Installed Painted and Papered Throughout The dry goods store of C B Ross on Main street has just been finished from a complete overhauling from top to bottom The interior has been painted and repapered throughout and a new metal ceiling put in and it has been made one of the most at tractive dry goods stores in Central Kentucky Several improvements have been put in to enable them to show off the new spring goods JI LJOSLEY IS DELEGATE Selected By Washington Street Pres byterian Church to Repre sent Body The session of the Washington Street Presbyterian church which convenedwith Dr M S Browne Thursday morning selected Mr J L Bosley as delegate and Dr M S Browne as alternate to represent the congregation at the session of the Ebenezer Presbytery which will meet here in April About 100 delegates are expected to be in attendance The Womens Missionary Society of this Presbytery will also meet at the same timePeople too easily get into the habit of having troubles APhrIosePrfytrs good for every an acn event I i Ji f 1 t t C1SI J t t itI fII dIS1 10 t j jT h ttkt JPfSbIW t 5or1 i 1 history and has the largestenroll r ment of students of any year EVen with the cutting off of two courses im the curriculum the suppreparatory and business courses the present eh = rollment is nearly 200 The Industrial plant is working successfully- The lecture recital and club gave an evenings entertainment lasfi night in the Frankfort Opera House which was suite a socialevent i l the capital It was decided by the board that the students of the college beallowed as a body to hold membership in the InterCollegiate Athletic Association and be allowed to play two games of baseball away from home during the season Under the direction of Prof Moore the Athletic Department has made rapid strides in the last year The track team will soon take the field with great enthusiasm The amount has about been secured for the establishment of the Fitch Mu scum in memory of Rev J W Fitch a former resident of Winchester LECTURE COURSE FOR CITY SCHOOL Prof Fairhurst Will Deliver Inter esting Lecture at Court House 911rthouseAlfred Fairhurst of Lexnigtdn Ky wil deliver a lecture on Economic Value of Science This lecturewillboTpthefrsto u series of four addresses to be tfelivV eyed under the auspices of the Win chester City Schools President R H Crossfield of Tran sylvania University furnishes the four speeches and such arrangements have been made that the lectures be free to those desiring to attend Allwho have tickets will be ad mitted to these lectures Each tick t has four coupons one for each lec tare and each coupon will adniit two persons Anv teacher of the City Schools jcIeslnngfrom Prof Bosley or Supt R M ShippAll of the lectures will be giver at the court house and on the eve j1g of each lecture some teacherrill be at the door with extra tickettoolio given to those who may not havc rd ceived them S Patrons and friends of thCtixSchool are urged to attend itllese lectures A The members of the Junior Class will furnish the songs for tlie first lecture The following is the complete course of lectures Prof Alfred FairKurst Econom ic Value of Science March l2tk 1909 Dean Irene T MyersIn Old Kentucky March 20th 1909 Prof Henry LloydOther Worlds Than Ours or Interesting Facts in Astronomy April 9th 1909 Pres R H Crossfield Ideate in Education May 7th 1909 PAY BY WARRANTS Appropriations To Kentucky Schilr Will Be Covered I j FRANKFORT KYr March 12f Judge W T Lafferty of LexiHgton Dean of the law department of Kentucky University was in confereNce- with State Treasurer Farley and Auditor James yesterday relative te the payment Of ths aErna tioa of 200000 due the coil tr mactkof the last GeneralsstblyB- efore Judge ail ty irrlyal t1ie- State officials lied arrived at a determination to isae nbaintf rest burlag warrants to the dapProIiarLions to this school tiin fee State Normal Schools TU wK JMI tiirn edpver to the Ttaifpc CIt b college as tlte y Decfe i the I Jative e I j iltl t i ft 1ej f tk f w w I I if jfItI r i f rtwsrr THE WINCHESTER NEWS jJiuE1TiI So JJj W II Th Wter News Co- to alNIW4frths Kiniy iiiiHy ExctKit Stmcay iterd as BWbndoljuw mttr r 28 1908 at thepostooeK- entuckyIi NJfrr undtr the1 M rJ 1878JctJ IefNPTM RATES Carrier Delivery aiil OM year I 520 ll J v JPayable at office or to collector jieeeL Z It Mall Delivery ea jer 01300 L50i5iIipj blenadvance ADVERTISING RATES i Dispay4Per Inch t J0M tiitoj any edition 25 IJtomTtimes within one week 50 J5i week continuously 100 jDiu calendar month 300 tour weeks four times a week 240 Four weeks three times a week 1 80 Tour WeeKs two times a week 120I Your weeks one time a week 75 rTiae discounts 3 months 10 pe- rtJ months 25 per cent one IMr 33 13 per cent JI Iit4lnjrjptlctsP r Line BwdnwBiiotices body typo 7cwading news heaings j5cAi f New MIOM Ho 91 FRIDAMARCH 12 1909 POWER IN CONGRESS iu- f i During the more than seven years 0frt4e Eosevelt administration pow eSaeemed to be steadily slipping from 3ngressJ The theory of our gov eminent is that the President is the executive officer the Congress divid ed into two houses is the direct rep resentative of the people But dur ingthe last administration the Pres- idht became the greatest force in Aieiicii affairs v fAn the reasons for this change are easily apparent The Senate has a7iJ considerable extent as n aliberative bOdy Its work Jms- mmt done by a few committees Al dtichaud Halo and their cronies have controlled its action and have advanced or delayed action at their pleasUfel It was only by the over rlwhelthiug and unmistakable support 6fBoosevelt by the great mass of t4 people irrespective of party that lie frsuIceede1in wrenching a single- reform measure from that body And- case where such measure bcciin5a law it was emas culated in some way in the upper House t The House is in even a worse case than the Senate It has abdicated ifs deliberate functions entirely and has placed its entire control jna single man Speaker Cannon STh individual Congressman is ab solutely4 powerless unless he be a creature of Cannon and a supporter of hisnieasures and policies If he in ti duce a bill which is not consid ered favbraTiy by the Speaker that bill is sent by the latter to one of his favpritecommUfpes and allowed to z Slumber in peace And the Congress Win caV do nothing Suppose for the sake of illustra tiofi itHatUhc committee by some un ardofncans reports tim bill Lay ra lyrhoVcan the Congressman bring thebiirto a vote before the House He can arise in the House and sayMr Speaker I move a sus pension of the rules for the conjjderr aliiSlgoHlUsb atia sbJJ Mr Cannon will simplyaThe gentleman is not recognized for tliat purpose And thatia all there itn itx x The Sbhly way a bill can ever come to a5 Vdte 5s forth member to go to Cannon privately some day before the meeting of the House and ask it y and ifHthe Speaker finally decides to kit it he passed he will give the jnem 5jher acgrfcaik lay and on that day tie t caiaes ltaanr the bill is fpaSHd03 The deliberative function or- HOu Ejdpresehtatives has a jb tata why Thomas rIeoao IQponsibl lliar y man for th cOiiJinof the- N tl b1Kbcy said here rare jnany interests which r r al wp6DM te fJMr tof thel few The mtmay be aaid of all vted hitretet and Created wronjiie They are alt erilisted on- he side of repression Bufc the great immediate ower wichkisfor so many years kept the control in the hands of the Law is the combination er concertof old members who thoWizthe rules and being skilled in aHtlie arts of killuig bills without being ciyjght and of depriving the coimnumtyOf what it wants while ex Mibitirig zeal the other way are enabled to govern the House and perpetuate their own ruje These explain why the people weary of the inaction of Congress weary of seeing reform measures of all kinds throttled in one of the Houses rallied with suchunanimity to the support of President Roose velt The Democrats in Congress tip held his hands to the utmost the best Republicans joined with them The end was the wringing of some of the peoples demand from a reluctant Congress Congress has declined in power the Presidency has advanced With the coming of a new day among the Representatives the old authority of the two Houses will be restored and they will again be the true rep resentatives of the people- FLASHLIGHT PICTURE Mr R S Scobee manager ofehe Auditorium Skating Rink has made arrangements to have a flashlight picture taken of the interior of the rink Saturday afternoon at 3 oclock Everyone who attends the rinkon that afternoon will be in the picture A cut will be made and will be run in the Industrial and Anniversary edi tion of The News that will be gotten out some time in the near future MR1t W TANNER- IS MUCH BETTER Stroke of Paralysis is Not As Se rious As Was Expected Mr R W Tanner who suffered a stroke of paralysis at his home on the Ecton pike Thursday morning is reported much improved Friday morning and nothing serious is dared as a result of his illness NEW MASONIC BUILDING Handsome Lodge Quarters To Be Erected By Elkin Lodge No 696 Masonic Lodge No G9G at Elkin will shortly begin workona hand some twostory Structure to replace the huil 1ingdestrpyed last year by fire The upper rooms will be used for lodge purposes and the lower room will be for church meetings of union services The building will be located near the depot on a fine site donated by Messrs H Clay and Sam P Hodgkin The lodge huts been ma teriallyAssisted by brethren and citi zens generally and the new structure will be something of which the order may well be proud Perfectly Clear Its dlshuway sah explained old Brother Swank to a befuddled friend Orthodoxy am de doxy dat I makes jnuhsefrdat Is de orthor of yo un rstandUhwell and dls yuh hec tordoxy am de udder mans doxy dat hes allus uhjbectorln me wid Do dat make it clar to yo apprehension Brudder TarrVPuck SMALL CROWD AT THE GILKEY SALE Good Prices Are Realized on House hold Effects and Stock There was a small crowd in at tendance at the public sale of house hold furniture and live stock of Jam es Gilkey hold on the Ironworks pike Wednesday afternoon The household goods all brought very satis factory prices The following is the prices obtained on some of the live stock as reported by Jonas R Bush who conducted the ale 1 cow 45 I aged horse 25a lot of corn in the crib for 350 per barrel Where Salmon Thrives Chinook salmon introduced to New Zealand waters from the United Spates grow about five times the size they attain in their native haunts CONTRACT FOR WIRING- MELDOWNEr BUILDING Has Peen Let to the Winchester Elec tricSupjly Company The contract for wiring and in stalling the lighting fixtures in the new McEldowne3T building has been awarded to the Winchester Electrical Supply Company The specifications callor life every latest and best methofls of installing electric wires jf i j h f i witsOiSTAYATIi4 RlcflMf to Reopen Bjtached Flow v Controversy Washington March i2A formid able movement the ptirpege of which la to induce Secretary of Agriculture 10Ian iadulterated product under the food and rugs act is on foot Hundreds of letters from millers of bleached flour in all parts of the country are being received daily by the secretary asking him to refer his ruling to the referee board of scientific experts for reviewThat SecretaryWflson will stand by hisj decision is indicated by the fact that in his replies to the various com munications he declares that ne cat see no useful purpose In referring the question of bleached fiour5fo the referee board CASES ABANDONED Government May However Prosecute Standard on Two Charges Chicago March 12All of the criminal prosecutions of the Standard Oil Company of Indiana pending in the northern district of Illinois with the exception of two eases have been abandoned by the government as the result of Judge Andersons decision it was announced The two cases which may still be pushed are those involving oil shipments from Whiting Ind to Evans ville Ind over the Chicago Eastern Illinois railroad by way of Dolton Junction Ill The most the government could hope for in these cases it a fine of 1000000 McGee Begins Sentence New Haveq Conn March J2 Frank F McGee of Worcester Mass national organizer of the molders union began a years sentence for Intimidating nonunion men in a local foundry during a recent strike JANER DRAWS HEAVY PRISON SENTENCE Assailant of Tw IYe Year Old Girl Found Guilty Towson Md March 12Joseph M Janer of Brooklyn N Yt was convicted of felonious assault upon Cath erine Loerch 12 also of Brooklyn and senteuced to 21 years in tne Maryland penitentiary this being the maximum possible under the particu lar count of the indictment on which conviction was had The case was tried without a jury two judges being on the bench It was in evidence that Janer early in February brought the child to Baltimore represented her to be his daughter and during two nights one spent in a disrepu table house and the other in a boarding house repeatedly subjected her to most brutal ill treatment When sentence was pronounced Ja ner showed not the slightest emotion He was taken Immediately to the penitentiary in Baltimore Forgives Murderqus Brother Piqua 0 March 12Brotherlyl- ove is all that keeps Jim Wiley out of a serious predicament for shooting his brother Walter The two engaged in a quarrel and after much profanity and loud talk Jim started after Wal ter with a shotgun Seeing that his victim was about to escape the pur suer let fly with both barrels Walter could be traced for several blocks by his blood When he fell his brother came up and having relented by this time folded him in his arms After a period of weepiiig and selfaccusa tion the brothers declared their lover for each other stronger than ever and went home THE MARKETS ChIcago Cattle Steers 5 OO7 40 cows 3 G05 50 heifers 3 256 00 bulls 3 4tf5 2tstockers and feeders t3 305 30 CaIves3 50S 25 Sheop and LambsSheep 3 006 40 lambs J6 OOS 00 yearlings 35 6007 25 Hogs Choice heavy shipping SO6 90 butchers 6 756 85 light mixed 56 55 pG 60 choice light GOG 65 packing GO6 75 piss 5 25tJIi 25 Wheat No 2 red 51 181 2A CornNo3G- 5Yc OatsNo3 525lc East Buffalo Cattle Export cattle 56 006 shipping steers 55 75 815 butcher cattie 5 506 50 hollers 55 0005 75 cows 53 505 00 bulls 53 50 05 25 Calves Beat 59 0009 50 Sheep and Lambs Mixed sheep 55 505 75 wethers 55 7506 25 ewes 55 255 75 lambs 56 757 00 yearlings 56 757 00 Hogs Heavies and mediums 57 15 Yprkers 47 0007 10 pigs 56 60 stags U 505 00 roughs 56 000G 15 PKtsburg ParCattle Choice 56 500 6 75 prime 56 306 50 tidy butchers 5 90 heifers 53 505 60 cows bulls dud stags 52 5005 25 fresh cows 25 0050 00 Calves Veal 56 0009 50 Sheep and LambsPrim wetiiers 55 85 00 good mixed 55 505 lambs 56 0008 00 HogsPrime heavy hogs 57 257 30 mediums 57 157 20 heavy Yorkers 57 107 15 light Yorkers 56 60 06 85 pigs 56 20C 30 Cleveland OCattle Prime dryfed OOQ6 25 fat steers 55 7506 00 heifers 54 255 25 cows 52 5003 50 bulls 53 004 25 milkers and sprbigcrs 525 00055 00 Calves 59 00 down Sheep And Lambs Mixed sheep 54 5005 50 wethers 55 756 00 ewes 55 255 50 lambs 56 0007 75 Hogs Mixed 56 20 heavies 6 9006 95 mcatums 56 900 6 Q5 Yorkers 56 9006 95 pigs 56 400 6 roughs 56 10 stags 15 25 Cincinnati 0 Whedt No 2 red 51 2ii1 2GCornNo 2G86ScI OatsNo 2 5556c Rye No 2 84c Lard 59 90010 W Bulk Meats 59 37 con 10 50 RObSo 55 5Q7 15 pattle 52 75Je6 35 Shcep2 55 50 I11bs5 258 00 Toledo OTheatr 51 21 cOrn 8c tsi6cr SSc olovarsel J5 2 3 J r 1 t TAN JQWS 0PTMSTS J IMade Member f Executive Corn mkttef by Clubi Fouader jWaskintftOa Marck l2 =Prei Leat Taft ananCes that his will le an optimistic administration to an optP mistic country full of hope cheer fulness and confidence The president expressed this sentiment when he became a fullfledged member of the Optimist Club of America upon the invitation of its founder William J Robinson of New York Mr Robinson as optimistat large named Mr Taft a member of the clubs executive committee An drew Carnegie is president of the or ganization The president declined with regret an invitation extended by fill Robin son to attend the clubs first annual banquet in New York on March 31 The Optimist club has a membership of 250000 including men prominent- in every walk of life Lemp Divorce Decree Modified St Louis March 12The decree of divorce recently granted to Mrs Lil lian Handlan Lemp from William J Lemp Jr was modified by Judgo Hitchcock so as to make the 6000 annual alimony payable quarterly d Ing the lifetime of Mrs Lemp or un til she marries again The alimony was also made a lien on Leuips es tateSFIGHTING SENATORJ IN JOINT DEBATE ta jt Fttjlette to Argue For Direct Nominations Tonight New York March 12Senator Rob ert M La Follette of Wisconsin the famous fighting senator will deliv er an address on Direct Primary Nominations before the Civic Forum in this City tonight Invitations have been sent to Governor Hughes the best known advocate of the direct nominations plan and others prominent in the state government Added interest will be given to the meeting by the presence of George Chamberlain the new senator from Oregon who will preside Senator Chamberlain was the choice of the voters of his state at the primary polls and although he is a Democrat he was elected by Republican legisla tors pledged to vote for him Tonights proceedings will partake of the nature of a joint debate Sen ator La Follette who has won fame in the senate as a debater will reply to those who doubt the efficacy of the direct nominations remedy for the evils of politics BEGINS TARIFF MESSAGE President Taft Will Be Brief and Go Direct to Point Washington March 12 President Taft began work on his message which is to go to the extra session of congress on ruesday night accord ing to the present plans It is under stood the message will deal only with tariff revision and the general subject of revenue raising President Taft has indicated he will ask congress to confine its labors at the extra session exclusively to this subject The message will not go into details regarding specific schedules It will be brief and lay great stress upon the necessity for prompt action BAPTIE LOSES HONORS Is Defeated by Wood In QuarterMile Race at Cleveland Cleveland 0 March 12 Norval Baptie of North Dakota worlds ice skating champion surrendered the quartermile honors to Morris Wood of New York in the opening series of professional sKating races here He retained however the onemile mark defeating Wood and Nllispn Charles Rankin retained his honors in the 50 yard dash No records were broken Sultana Survivors to Most Findlay 0 March 12The annual reunion of the surviving members of the Sultana disaster on the Missis sippi river in which 1500 Union Oj diers were drowned out of 2000 that Were on the boat will take place in this city Thursday April 27 Of the 500 that were saved but 200 survive and of this number a greater part reside in Tennessee THE MEAT Of IT Frank Urban 12 was ground to pieces by a Cincinnati Northern con struction car at Hamilton O China has decided to take a census of the uncounted millions of her pop ulationl Zanesville 0 merchants have dis continued the sale of offensive St Patricks day postcards at the request of the Hibernian societies- S L Bowman for nine years post master at Lorain 0 is dead Five hundred schoolchildren at Columbus 0 are confined to their homes with the mumps Mrs Sarah Gifford a famous beau ty of Brockton Mass was found dead in the woods near Taunton Bradhurst Schieffelin 95 who introduced refined petroleum to the commercial world is dead at his home in Richmond S I The Coliseum an amusement resort was des rpy d py firt Louisville Ky igsa JJSOOOOrv VC i r Jl tIfot aj r tj TheL Behind eeL SYSTEMClothe vouches for the most advanced fashion and superlative tailoring Theyre easy and dashing in cut and virile and vigorous in style as befits this touchandgo ageEvery L 4 SYSTEM gar ment for Spring is marked by an emphatic distinction and a subtle good form that irresistiblycapti vates the young man of the period Look for theeeL SYSTEM label Its your warrant of worthand our pledge of perfection Ruparcf Stewart Co HAOAfM G AS AND- lASOLINE Enqines SIMPLE RELIABLE ECONOMICAL- Sold Under a Positive Guarantee WRITE FOR CATALOGUE PRICES HAGAN GAS ENGINE MFG CO INCORPORATED WINCHESTER Icy Oust has them GAS HEATERSAND RANGESF- AVORITETTOVESI BEST in tHe World BUSHontheCorner A Bad Catch Hurrying out on hearing a commotion I found that it was my little threeyearold sister Muriel whose cap and hair were covered with blood As soon as I had bathed her head and quieted her I asked her the cause of the accident I threw that brick up for God to catch was the reply and he didnt catch itDellneator Patience Unconquerable He that has patience may compass anything Rabelais SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS 1 y j I L t1 f4 itri MR MAN Get your heads together and start your feet our some good All of our 500 be sold at These leathers Vicis Box Calf genuine Calf in This isypur 1Why cto you continue bathing your knees and elbows one Ui a time when you dan stretch out ina full bath tempered to suit you and can do so every morning if you wish 2Why pump and carry water for your kitchen and laun dry work when you can have it at hand for the turning of a faucet 3Why take chances on drinking germfilled cistern wat er when you can get it from a large reservoir filtered through the best filter plant South of Ohio River D B HAMPTON Prcs S D r S 1renchClcanlog Trial Winchester woman Globe way we bave you Shoes are to Pair are Patents Gun Metals and the neatest shapesand fashions opportunity rag3lthIa fe 1AIF The Shoe Mian You Cannot Answer These Question If thcI Clothes things 395 4Why Lave dry looking yard when can have filled with grass and blooming flowers can fmc of dustin street 5Why incon vcniences when can have everything comfort df your family in 6Is true an is of hut of economy cmterprlsfr indifference to getting most of C F ATTERSALL Superintendent Winchester Water Works Co INCORPORATED At cor Maple Street Lexington Evenuo all about it be snrorised at inexpensive these privileges are I VPrcs ItClark County Natl Bank CSTAROSitED 6395 BEING THE OLDEST IN THE CITY Accounts of Merchants Farmers Traders Solicited Collections Made on All Points CAPITAL SURPLUS 35000000 Peoples State Bank CAPITAL OOOOO This bank began business less than years just in the beginning of financial depres sion Notwithstanding the hard times there been steady growth fro start in number of our depqsitors and in the volume of our business enrollnew names every week want yours You are cordially invited to open an account with us sonal attenion to all business J M HCDGKIN Cashier J L BROWN President L B COCKRELL Vice President W D01LJPMIN TAILOR SHOP Cleaned Pressed 6 Repaired We do Guarantee Satisfaction Ladies Party Dresses a Specialty Give Us a and we do the All called for and delivered 24 W Court St Home Phone Ky Interminable Leavetaklng Is born and dies at least 17 times in a heart before the who i calling on his wife and has risen to go the front gate Atcbison t rM r t for a a dismal you it green and at the same get lid the the suffer other for the und health right the house it not that the swer not lack money lack and and i out life and will tell you Youll how OOf you B BANK and AND three ago the has u the tho We We Per and rest 645 Hope mans reaches If A odyof a carriage is all right it is an easy matter to put new running gear on ft Or Just the other wayIt isfii1t tcrial to usTC know how to doljhr riage repairing in all its branches We also do fine carriage painting and rubber tiring I STROTHER SCOTT PROFESSIONAL CARDS jj M STEYuNSOH lAttorney At Law i 7ItENDLETON aLH ausHtfi Attorneys At Lw J V ks Main St WInchtsX Xyl I Law Not Always JuttJce The strictest law is oft tht htihtot wrongTereJlce i i W6si 1JW 11 1 R = i f0 0 l I t T EWINCHESTEERI NEWS 7f pffhrtI a THE POPULAR THING in Jewelry for the Spdngand Summer are I the new Necklace and Festoon Neck Chains WE HAVE A BEAUTIFUL LINE 1 1 Why not get oneand have the newest thing out i lCHBOWEN 11a t SOCIETY 1 tMr Wm Robb will entertain at his country howe this evening Messrs A Gnadinger Geo M SidneyJSprake JSfti rhe Cooking Club meets with Miss Virginia Baldwin Saturday after f i noonThe Little Colonel Readers will meet with Miss Myrtle Spencer Saturday afternoon 4S Miss Margaret McKinley will be r f hostess for the Literary and Social t Club for its last meeting ou Satur day theilY College will play the second team jofthe Lexington High school Monday afternoon at the College gym nasium at 330 oclock Admission r ifcen ts iMrs Bnfor3 A Tracy entertained afew friends yesterday with a delightful midday luncheon r Mrs Tracy received her guests in her sweet and informal manner The dining room was profusely Decorated A cut glass vase con taining jonquills rested upon a beautiful Cluny piece while at the ends of the table were silver candle slicks holding yellow candles A deligthful six course luncheon was T served inn graceful manner The guests brought their sewing and the C affair was one of the most enjoya blotbings40frectntweeksIC Mrs Tracys guests were Mrs Maurice Miller Mrs William Sphar V Misses Mary and Eliza Bush Fanny and Marie Hampton and Elizabeth Tracy Miss Ethel Barrymore beloved everywhere she is know is to mar TY Sb e has withstood the plead inks of so many suitors has cast aside titles and estates that would have tempted nearly any other girl until we have come to believe that she would never marry But the following dispatch confirms the ru mor of her engagement Miss Ethel Barrymore confirms the published report of her engage men to Russell Griswold Colt of Ferndell Pure Foods I Huylers Candies Jeweler and Optician o I Providence R I and while the wedding may take place within the next two weeks no definite date has been set This statement was given out Wednesday by Miss Barry more through her business mana ger Mr Hyde The actress is playing ati the Hollis Street Theatre in Lady Frederick Mr Colt has an office at No7 Phiq street New York and lives at the Yale Club At Providence rela tives of Mr Colt said that they wity believe the Deport of the engage ment when the marriage takes place The Circle of the First Christian church will have a candy iud apron sale at Mr T S Bushs store on Saturday Daughters of the ConlCdcracy will meet with Miss Marv Crutcher on Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock Mrs Lctclier Riker president of the Kentucky Federation of Womens Cubs has issued the following notice The mulbiennial council meeting of the General Federation of Womens TexIof directors presidents of Stale fed erations and general federation see retaries but all general federation members are welcome to the meetings as this is an advisory body and meets to discuss topics of interest to all Those desiring to attend may take advantage of winter tourists rates which may he obtained upon application to local railroad Offices rAistripto the Oity of Mtixicohas been arranged full information con cerning which may be had by addressing Mrs Edward McClanuahan 118 Goliad street San Antonio Tex The Monger Hotel has been selected as official headquarters The midyear meeting of the hoard o fthe Kentucky Federation will be held in Harroilsburg April 1 Those attending are expected to arrive the lccnIwomen of UaiTodsburg PERSONALS Mrs M J Campbell of Irvine sister of the late President Elliott of North Middletown Female College is the guest of Roy Lowry a nominal Prices offered on Seed Potatoes and Onion Sets dont fail to see us before you buy as our stock is larger and better this year than ever before and it is universally known that when you buy from us you are always sure of Quality and Quantity We have given special attention to our Garden and Flower Seeds andknow we car ry the best to be had Do not be misled by cheaper and inferi or grades Remember Our Prices 4j ARE RIGHT RWRounsavali Go SOLE AGENTS IIPricesI BOTH PHONES No 40 II i iI r Ct t lT itt u I 4v r f DWOOCLlr i Havjbig r finished the extensive improvements1 in our store for the spring 3 tracfe we cordially Invite you Yo see otr 1 t l r g Sy Suits in WOQIand Wash Material v Silk Dresses and Lingerie Dresses 0 V Arriving Daily v l f Oftt styles are in keeping with those in wgiie and II unsurpassed in grade and pleasing effects The work manship cannot be improved r the materials better t ed The materials are tibie latest fabrics that are now tin demand rl J k By way of specially demonstrating the distinction in I clr ss this department affords you we mention a few surprises not to be found elsewhere nor duplicatedin theISpecial showing of 20 and X25 Suits j Tailored Waists v150 200 350 Beautiful line of Tea Jackets 100 andup SPRING DRESS GOODS AND SILKS latest in colors and designs Goraeanii II lerover before you thinly of buying IICLIFTON B ROSS II Opposite Court House Winchester Kyv v ws sw and family on Taylor avenue for medical treatment Mrs Col Tucker is convalescing from a painful illness Mrs Jesse Nelson was called here on account of the illness of her mother Mrs L ClCurry on Hag gard street Mr Matt Johnson and family have returned from Montana after a years stay in that State Mrs Anna Freeman is suffering from an attack of illness Mr Ben Irvine is on the sick list Mr Ernest Barnes of Winches teriis spending a few days with relativesin the city and county Miss Patsey Bush visited friends in Winchester this week Cluy City Times Mrs Qu Brooks left today for Maysliclvto spend the summer Mr W L Stagg of Montana ir visiting in Clark and Montgomery counties jVlrs Gus Brooks left today for Mayslick to spend the summer Mrs James Ellis of Paris is the guest of Mrs John Woods Miss Alke Calmes spent Tuesday night with friends in Paris Mrs Mattie Gay and Mrs Bur nom of Richmond left today for New Orleans to attend the Thomp sonClark wedding next Wednesday Mrs J Crews Rash of Clay City and Mrs Key of Maylield are the guests of Miss Alice Nunnelley Mr Harry Hoffman of Mt Ster ling was in town yesterday- Mr Cecil Cantrill of Georgetown was here yesteiday Mr James H Martin was in Lex ington Thursday The K W C Glee Club had a Lecture Concert in Frankfort last night Bres H K Taylor was the lecturerMr Young of Louisville spent Thursday here Mrs M T McEldownoy spent Thursday in Mt Sterling Mr Ol G Hadden returned home Thursday Mr ColernaniflarnS of Lexing rf rf jy r c l ton was the guest of Mr and Mrs Prowitt Harris Thursday night Rev J L Weber of Mt Sterling was a guest here Thursday AlbemnlleIhereMiss Harkins of Prestonburg is the guest of Miss Anne Dudley IMr Withers Davis of Paris was here Wednesday evening Mr Nathan Brooks was in town WellnesdayeveningMrs spent Thursday in LexingtonMiss of Cin cinnati is the attractive guest of Miss Mabel ShippMrs Henry Bradley is visiting relatives in Williamstown Mrs Nancy McClure is visiting friends in Louisville Mr and Mrs Sam Willis and Miss Margaret are visiting Mrs Frank Clay of Paris For cut flowers see SHEARER THE FLORIST 218tf Courage at the Counter Success never yet came to the man who lost courage at the first rebuff but many men have courted failure by allowing the Inevitable disappoint ments of an imperfect world to check their effortsTFrbm the Grocer Buttons in Contribution Bex Plates are to be substituted for collection bags at St Marys church- D ver mainly on the express ground that so many buttons have been found in the latter Pall Mall Gazette THE LURID GLOW OF DOOM was seen in the red face hands and body of the little son of H M Ad awfulIyears defied all remedies and baffled the best doctors who said the pois oned blood had affected his lungs and nothing could save him But writ es his mother seven bottles of Elec trio Bitters completely cured him For Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Sores and all Blood Disorders and Rheumatism Electric Bitters is su preme Quly ofrc Gimraufcfetl by Phillips Drug Company V r i Jt t f l v J 11 p Modest Modern Man Whatever may be said of the modern man he cannot be said to be lack ing in modesty While the ancients theyIssuedto demonstrate that we have descend DailyMaUIT SAVED HIS LEG x- All thought Id lose my leg writes J A Swenson Walertown Wis Ten years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure had at last laid me up Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured it sound and well In fallible for Skin Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Boils Fever Sore Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles t25c at Phillips Drug Store Army Dogs The German army dogs are so trained that when they find a dead body they set up a prolonged howling If no one comes they take the dead mans cap or some small article and with this in their teeth go on a hunt for their trainer whom they lead to the spot If the man is wounded he gives his cap to the dog and the same object is accomplished Divine Right of Kings The divine right of kings is a doctrine promulgated in England in the seventeenth century which asserts that kings held their authority by di vine appointment and as earthly representatives of the deity This doctrine relieved the sovereign of all responsibility toward his subjects sand gave him absolute claim to their bbe dience Kings Annual Gift to Workhouse Every year a tree is dug from the kings Windsor estate and preseuted to the local workhouse by his majesty Then gayly decorated with flags it hung with drums trumpets dolls lis toys of every conceivable descrip tion for distribution among the chil dren of the workhouse All Right That girls fill right said the blonde girl in the dressing room after she had looked everywhere for her justIleJRYrA NEWS WANT i ADVERTISEMENT fV T4 Lr i tr I T ilL i I 5 t 11 f f ti fl tiJ y HIt t UJU 1 htr a OtJi V t iIttt 11 iLWX tte ttt i j The Quality V v The Quantity The Pricei are three very essential things in the selection of the Furnishings for your home These are the watchwords in our buying Twentythree years of business r success Proves our psitioriis cor rect COME IN AND SEE THE NEW THINGS FOR SPRING The Winn Furniture Co We Give S H Green Trading Stamps I Artis ttiibii 7 Advance Showing New Spring Models Ladies Tailored Wool f H Silk and Linen l Suits Custom Tailored 1 Several Smart New Styles J Pretty House and Evening Gowns Separate Skirts Waists T G The Newest Styles are Here Dress Goods Silks White Goods Wajsh Goods Embroideries Laces and 7JI the little things so necsseitf for Style and Comfort ARTIS TURNBULL 7 PLUMBINGHurry Jobs demand mighty quick Ve try hard to meet actiouIcalls We are not reputationin this is decidedly in our favor In an emergency TEST US GRANT WITT G CO 30 North Main ir r k r ty tita Capital 100000 Undivided Profits 160000 THE WineliesterBank oa WINCHESTER KY N WI7HERSPOON pitEsme J I wtiis IH P- ityCASI1llS Rt I o 1 S y911I ISOLtOJT r 3 1 i l t B r t 1tl I3 Zf k r I T 5 f I J r t 0 I l t juli 1 i M l w Jl i sraJFwl S lt J i1 J i j s rIn2f7J I GOOdS t Jf l f Ar ivin Daily t vlr i aA tcht6r t j Allfloullcernelltin Next Week i J r 0 l ci t Bloomfields New FirlTlIWe have lea e 1 the J W Oliver property on North street and want to call the attention of thepeople of Winchester and surrounding country to the fact that we haveput in a Full Line of Gbali Lime Cement Sand Brick LatH Plaster Sewer Pipe Corn Oats and Hay We are Agents for the EAGLE FERTIIvlZEk and we would also be pleased to show you the celebrated Webber Wagons any size We conduct a Feed and Hitch Stable Special attention to Saturday andCourt Day patrons We are in a position to meet the Lowest Price on all goods in our line and Our Motto is One Hundred Centsto the Dollar Quick Sales au3 Small Prpfits ktFowell Dawson TJbme Phone 738 17 Torth Main Street J GARAGE Bring me your automobile ipr repair or storage I have an tiptodate Garage with a nice Waiting Room for Ladies II Chas flagan t Winchester Ky fear Broadway and Highland c i flLBiRtBOTTO I 4 FO- R4FreshtClltd Meats rro4uCS It iiTI ks iEk 1OUEBLOCK It jkt LLSWOUbBkSLAYER 1 to ereiIesTIind4r is Appqncfc i wt tj But Dr Kiiigs d Jiif ejBilk kill it by pror ention 3i6y gen tly stimulate stom CltjliYer td prbventing thatif c9ggwg thtiIwits appendicitis I38 13lli tine Cni1s1flapache aul Inth i9r cltPhillips Png Store it t H s t ff f ae 4 t c Jr q 4r Th East T nu Phohe 27 Winchester KYl Large cakes chocolate cocoanut arid caramel for sale at the Winches terBakery 312Frilmo Too Much Gravity a Bad Sign There is a false gravity which is a very ill symptom and it may be said that aarivers which run very slowly have always the most mud at the bottom go a 6dird- jBtIfinesBiTn tboafril stant couree of a mans e a sign of a thick bed of mud at the bottom of his brain gavilfe Mo tiJirideM Wkatevex J lrbe dof the mod ern man he cannot be vsald to be Ia Jng In modesty hUp thaclens did their utmost to prove tfiat they Issued frotnhegodg we do olir b t to demonstrate that we l1av descended tro monkeysParis JournAL A i The Unattainable fSeeking the is forimanrtp4ry id find a corner house for some rjindisturbed readrng without its having to be dlisted t minutes after he betnLNow York Press rS 4Feachence bf beauty land so to realize tiie Jnliaioiis sevILot all that mars t1 e landscape comprehetidlngi too that ugliness ireVer found is optpiijd to iheViharmonf6usdav lopment Omans thought and fo ttie design of Thy creation Edward Irving Farrins ton Fresh lady t fingers d a1niM fiaacrpons ttfie W4ic r8 ter Bakery 1IL yI i t r Xi ct I1FRuNJQY 11- SERIOUSLY 1JRD Mrs Anqa Tipton Jumps From Buggy and Her Leg is Broken Horse FelkDown v MT STERLING Ky March 12 Mrs Anna Tiptona well known lady of this city met with a seriops ac cident at the home of her daughter Mrs W S Carrington on the Ow ingsville pike She was in a buggy with Mrs Hbward Wilson when the horse fell dvnBot ladies jumped Jn jumping Mrs Tipton felland broke her left leg below the knee both bortes being fractured She is suffering excruiating pain and is unable to be moved to her home in this city Excellent Woman Dead Mrs Helen Henson wife of George W Henson died at her home jn thej Flat Creek neighborhood after an ill ness of several months She is sur vived by her husband and three chil dren The remains were buried 4at Macpclah Qcmetery ill this city yes1 terday morning She was an excel lent woiuiui and her death is deeply regretted Sells Nice Filly Messrs W Hand M W Bridges of Judy this county have sold a handsome filly by Bourbon Chief to Allie Jones a well known horseman of North Middletowji The price paid was 4501tlr Jones Svill prepare the filly for the show rings she is a beauty 4 ON TRIAL CHARGEDWITH MURDER JACKSON Ky March 12The trial of the Commonwealthagainst Marion Adkins charged with the murder of Eli Lykins is in progress here This is the sedoud trial of this case the jury failing to agree at the last term of the court The alleged Christyin Vessels Trial Trip When a vessel is on her trial trip she runs four times over a measured mile twice with and twice against the tide Her average speed Is thus arrived at GIBBONS ASSUMES BURDEN Will Attempt to Pay Debts Contracted by Father Elbert Baltimore March 12The revelations published concerning the finan cial ventures of the Rev Caspar P Elbert recently removed from the rectorship of St Catherineo Roman Catholic church in this city have caused a sensation in Catholic circles Cajdinal Gibbous has assumed the burden of paytng Father ISJlberts debts which so tar as disclosed amount to about 130000 exclusive of a c1rchde1 t of 28000 The obligations issued to banks and individ uals jn amounts ranging from 1000 to 10000 were all signed by Father Elbert as pastor of St Catherines church BANQUET lORAKlR TONIGHT Believed Boom For Senator Dicks Seat Will Be Launched Columbus 0 March 12 Covers for inoro than 100 at 3 each will be laid atthe dinner to be given tonight at the Nen Souse by members of the- o lo legislature in honor of Former- S nator Foraker It1s stated In statehouse circles that the dinner is nothing else but a cementing of the first plans for the candl 1acyotlIr Foraker for Senator Dicks seat in two years It Is also perfonaUysoundlegislature as to ills candidacy POLITICiAN ARRESTED T ChargedWlth Attempting to As sess Federal Employes Wilmington Del March 12 Charged with soliciting political con tributions front federal employes on or bout April 1907 Ulysses E GHck iatBtlstloal secretary of the Na tional Drainage association and former rnanagerof the Republican state headquarters h rpwaBarr sted by Deputy I nited States Marshal MJtch ell He walt hid in 4000 bail by United States dommissioner Matiaf fey tor a preliminary hearing Thurs day March 18 cASTRO ENGAGES PASSAGE vWnez eras Dethroned President J6 Face Music at Home Paris March 12 Clpriano Castro the former president of Venezuela has engaged staterooms for himself and the jnernbera of his rty on- Aoar4thesteamerGjadeIoupe sailing from Bordeaux March 26 for Vene zlietan and w sffIllanp iEsIFlrJ Win 1 Canal l3rtOn Q MilCh 12Tho l odypf a mlddlejigeaj white woman was ull ed from the cankl iy a colored boy tabU8hediDySStlgating the case Thfere fa no lew to the identity ef the fltfattr ttrk luiy air tffcyeYand iClereland Or March i2MrsSthrk I1fhbrQ Jti 1r i i It 1 i TO WOPfc CWAIIPIONSHIP lnmr Clevrnd Tenight Cleveland 0 Marca l2rThe win n8rot tbnlgiits bowling yames to be rolled by Louis Franz champion of this city and Jimmy Smith the best howler of Greater New York will be Ian d as the Tjlngpin of American bowlers Tonights match will be the second half of the home and borne series rolled by the two men the first having been decided in Brooklyn on Feb 22 On Washingtons birthday Smith ran away from Franz taking 14 of the 15 games rolled The result made shyaboutdare themselves confident that he will make a better showing tonight The thatch Is for 1000 a side the en tire amount going to the man winning the majority of the 30 games The result in Brooklyn gave Smith a big lead Jfor the mpney Cohan Cancels Spring Dates New York March 12 It was announced here by business associates of George M Coi n the comedian that as a result of an attack of grip and the arduous work of composing several plays Mr Cohen had fotindlt necessary to cancel his spring en gagements with the company with which be wan flaying this season WASHINGTON WILL FINISH PLEA TODAY Cooper Base Not Expected to Reach Jury Before Saturday Nashville Tenn March 12 The fourth day of the arguments Jn the Coop rSha11 trial for the murder of Former United States Senator E W Carmack closed with General Wash ington of the defense in the middle of his argument and two more attor neys to follow him At this rate It is doubtful if thecae will go to the Jury before next Saturday General Washington finished his nInth hour of argument when court adjourned and he announced that he would conclude some time tomorrow He will be followed by Judge An derson who Id expected to mike the main argument tor the defens and Judge MCCarn wfll close for the state W BL WASHINGTON Judge Anderson says he will require about six or eight hours for his speech while McCarn declares that four hours win dp him General Washingtons argument was brilliant jn yrord painting meta phors appeal and invective He made savage attacks upon the states counsel and singled out Attorney General J B Garner as his special victim Garner is reputed to have nearly as fiery a temper as has Washington so counsel for the state Insist ed upon Garners withdrawing from the room during Washingtons ad dress The speaker laid special stress upon the social standing and breeding of the defendants and declared that men of such families killed only In defense of life or honor His speech was a masterpiece of oratory and had a noticeable effect upon the Jury ACCIDENT MARS RUN Man Killed In Runaway Caused by Racing Automobilists Boston March 12 Fourteen of the 20 automobiles which left New York on the endurance ruh to Boston for the Chester I Campbell trophy finished on schedule time 12 liours la er with perfect scores The tie will not be run off but the holders of the trophy for the coming year will be decided by lot tonight One serious accident marrad the run Aaron W Wallace was killed at Fairfield Conn by attempting tIJump from his carriage his horse becoming frightened at the automobiles and running away RESOLUTION IS READY Siirir1gfirstBuslriess Washington March 12 Represen tatlve Heney of Texas asked permis sion of Speaker Gamabn to Introduce the first tneasure In the Sixtyfirst 1lt11datc tI i Jtft 5itJ1ft woJ tc 1 T tHE IlY Lesson XLFirst Quarter For March 14 1909 THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES JText of the Lesson Acts Ix 3143 Memory Verses 40 41Golden Text Acts ix 34Commentary Prepared by Rev D MStearns Copyright 1009 by American Press Association The lesson committee seems to have been led to continue tIle studies con cerjilng Peter for some weeks yet reserving the conversion of Saul until we take up the story of the gospel more fully given to the gentiles We last saw Peter and John in Samaria working with Philip and then on their way back to Jerusalem preach- Ing the gospel in many villages of the Samaritans vlll 25 Peter went about a good deal in Jesus name win fling souls and building up the saints and now we find him with the saints at Lydda It may help some tobe reminded that God calls all true be lievers B1nts8ee Rom 1 7 I Cor I 2omlt the Italics Eph 1 Phil 1vl Col I 2 nod note thr1the worst of sinners when they truly receive the Lord Jesus are by His blocd equally washed and sanctified and justified I Cor vi l1Ereb x 1014 The standing before God in Christ of all the redeemed is the same for all are members of His body a part of Him self Down here in our daily life our walk should correspond with out standing but the experience of ChrIs- tians Is not always true Christian ex perience so there is room for sanctiil cation and growth in grace every day John xvIi 17 II Pet ill 18 Among the saints at Lydda was one who had been eight years in bed sick of palsy but the power of Christ through Peter gave him perfect health in a moment and one result was that the whcv town and neigh borhood turned to thW Lord We trust that it was with them as with the Thessalonians who turned to God from Idols to serve tho llvlngand true God and to wait for His Son from heaven I Thess I 0 10Thls tact dent and other miracles of healing by the apostles give rise to such ques tions as Is the health of the body in eluded in the atonement and if so why are not more believers healed in an swer to prayer It is made very plain that the great atonement of the Lord Jesus Includes the body as well as the soul of every true believer and more than that the planet called earth on whlchwe live and in due time the whole earth shall be filled with the glory of God and there will be no more curse nor sorrow nor crying nor death on the whole earth Isa 3d 0 Rev xxi 4 xr 3 But the creation shall not have the benefit of the atonement till the coming of Christ with his saints and the saints must wait for their redeemed bodies till the resUr- rection of the righteous at His coming to the air for His saints These two events will bring to the saints andto the earth the full benefit of the Indescribable sufferings of the Lord Jesus Rom vlll 1823 Phil ill 20 21 But what about health now The great thing now Is to live In the love of God and thc will of God ceasing all strife about methods of healing or modes of baptism and wile heartedly seeking to hasten His kingdom by giv ing the gospel to every creature that HIa church may be completed and that He may come again Thus wholly occupied with Him and His affairs we can rely upon Him to include in all these things all the health necessary in His servIce to glorify Him Matt vi 33 The remainder of our lesson refers to a disciple named Tqbltha or Dprcas who lived at Joppa which was nigh to Lydda verse 38 She mani fested her faith by her works and by her self denying labors for others While we are saved wholly through tht finished work of the LorI Jesus by faith alone without any works of ours if it is a living saving faith therp will certainly be manifest in our lives the good works prepared beforehand for us to walk in Rom Iv 5 ill 1 2 Eph 810 Tit ill 5 8 This disciple full of works of faith and labors of love became sick and died She departed to be with Christ which is very far better She wasab sent from the body and present with the Lord She hadreally gained Phil I 21 23ll Qor v 8 It would bo unscriptural to say that she had gone to her reward for rewards are not given to the righteous at death but at the coming of Christ at the judgment seat of Christ which is for the redeemed only Rev xxll 12 Luke xiv 14 She was In good health and rest Ing from her labors in the presence of Him whom she so loved Now con sider the conduct of these other din olples Peter is sent for and the weeping widows take pains to show him the coats and garments which Drca ftad made Peter put them all out arid in answer to his prayer Dorcas comes back from the spirit world andre enters the mortal body and is given back to her weeping friends Well that certainly proved as did the heal- Ing of Aeneas that Jesus was stjll alive and the very same Jesus as when n His sojourn on earth He heated the sick and raised the dead The Incident was also the means of leading many to believe In the Lord But stderwheJher these peep ing disciples were thinking more of Dorcas welfare or their own jsvberi they so desired to have her back on earth and II not all mourning forthTvhof are with Qhrtet simply an iridlcaj tldn of sorrow for ourselvesZ If to the believer toedis PIn wiat was tov or LaiarurtOTetarn I iJi OOT 1i iJunt tnstruaio41Co iIoAbI I Think of the inidMtd climbing tax paid ach year c1ct f Oh the Basis of Equipment and the Iplication ofEcoomicBun ss gS constrJfctionconditions ofroads public or pri1 =vatCy streets or alleys f Crushed aiid BUildIng Stone Always on Sale We purchase Dynamite Powder Cement nd3 Sand in car Sots and will be pleased tosell same in any quanitydesired The putting in of all classes of Concrete specialty and satisfaction guaranteed L I JIG SANF- UZZLES 1 fC THE LATEST CRAZER NOV ON DISPLAY AX 3 PHILLIPS DRUG STORM I Ii I Electric Current We FurnisH Electric Current Day andNigHt for all Domestic Purposes We Furnish Current for Motors tjDo Your Washing Run Your Sewing Machine Run Curling Iron To Curl Your Hair Run Smoothing Iron To Do Your Ironing Soldering Iron To Do Your Soldering We Furnish Current jfor Purposes We Sell All Tungsten Lamps for Lees Money Than Anyother Plant in KentucKy Co1tOPERA HOUSE 8MondaYMarcliContinuing all weeK 5he Jefferson Stock- Company IN REPERTOIREwith High Class Vaudeville BETWEEN ACTS PRICES 150 2535c Seats on sale at UsualPlace t Rememberthe Date Coitoighl Transerand Ice fin Cr liN nti Milt Fr nItre Planss Etc a Specialty NO 19 North Mill street leth Thiui TRY A NEWS WANT ADVERTISEMEMT ti i i 41c jt i 7 u J S 1 f i I r MMCk as a- er t ii- I 1 I ti Run All WANTED iooo CHILDREN ANL GROWN mm AT TH- EAUDITORIUM Saturday Afternoon JBarlt AT 3 OCLOCK SHARP AT THAT TIME Mr A J Earp The Photogra pher will make a picture of the Auditorium wit everyone fl present which will later be published in The vVinchester News i Come and Set what we are having done on the inside of the building ONLY ONE MORE WEEK fo SKAIf ithethe Grand March for ttel last time- Admission Skates included ICfc j SHOE ECONOMY ii fJf t J We refOrs1uIs eoonoiiKf T aiiPold Letusttht1IMs now and have your mea un tijc etitorlthe future also eSHQ TO 244N JN4ity t THE NEWS Itf maii43 a itrj r j i i TH EAI NEWS OJr 0 a P r iBtjiAfHAt1 ER 4j rSincahts 1YlIJiFFI1AH7VOUT arrival in America some tune ago this big Bulgarian wrestler I has not lea a match and he is considered one of the best foreign wrestlers who ever visited this country Close students of the game declare he 1s a worthy foe of Frank Gotch the world s chalHpion GOLFERS ARE WORRIED OVER AMATEUR RULE New Definition Adopted by Western Golf Association Is Not Popular Who is an amateur in golf Slnjee the adoption of amendments dfining ii amateur by the Western Golf association there is general con- st rnation in golfing circles among players who have participated in r various forms of sports and games for money consideratipns This affects not only men who have officiated as college coaches and referees but those vrho have participated in bowling con teststrap shooting events tennis and other forms of athletic diversions Even bridge whist and other forms of card games it is understood come un jfllr the ban of the latest rule adopted by the W G A i WhHe in some respects the rule is generally conceded to be a move in the right direction considerable critic has been aroused over the adop thetMnendment which reads or who has l en a professional in any other branch of athletics This it is claimed will work a hard ship In many cases as definitions of an amateur vary to such an extent indifferent branches of sport A man may be a professional under the strict interpretation of the rule and a simon pure amateur to all intents and pur 1tlmapy asthey wilt bar many golfers who so far as golf is concerned areas trulyamateur as players could possibly be Therefore it is argued it hardly seems fair or just that the line should be drawn so hard and fast as td Barry out the principle of once a professional always a professional It is notlikely that this radical rule will be adopted by the United States Golf association In the event that it is adopted however it will eliminate a number of leading golfers of the east from amateur play One of the most prominent golfers who would be affected by thisrule is John M Ward whowas formerly a professional base balh player Mr Ward now plays golf for recreation and thepure love oflhe sport If this ne v law Is enforced to the letter Uiefield for championship golf tpurnamenfs in the west will be sadly depleted The rule regarding an ama inIand each sport should be governed ac cleanJpure v The matter of adopting the amend ment l ebardir g amateurs will most likely be brought up at the next meet Ing of yie executive committee of the IT jSfcG A And so much crIticism has lI ri aroused over the action of the WG A t Is likely that the amend ment will be pla iedon the table to be decided at the annual meeting of the association next year V i Vie Willis Back in Fold ti Victor Willis the crack pitcher of tko PJttsburg National league club i iirJlljigalnplay with that team this y iar spite assertions that ho will retire from baseball Willis has been 1Tio1Biii out for more money Several W iaBb Wiiills received a contract from President Dreyfuss fixing his salary 1 the coming season at 4100 He n It is said he wants 5000 Friends of Willis say he would Ign for 4500 and they believe this figure will be secured by the pltClunPietz to Manage Colonels The Louisville baseball team has signet rleitile Peitzof Cincinnati to manage that club for thn coming sea 1ason Pletz wasa member of the old St Louis teen wbr n Chris Von dcr- I heowned the lub t b i i itirf VHAT CONSTITUTES TEAM WORK IN NATIONAL GAME Nothing More Than Perfect Understanding Between All Members- of the Club What constitutes team work is a question often asked The fans are constantly reminded that this feature of a clubs play is one of the most im portant essentials Naturally they wonder what really constitutes team play and hence the reason the above question is so often asked Team work is nothing more than a perfect understanding between all the members of a club as to what is going to be done on any particular playFor instance There is a man on firstwith but one out If the base run ner decides to try for second he should first impart this information to the batter so that the man at the plate can in any legitimate way help him reach the base in safety Or vice versa This applies to every play a team max make where there are two or more men connected with the playa We will say that with a man on first the guardian of the sack decides that there is a chance to catch the base runner napping The first sacker accordingly signals the catcher to throw down there on the next ball pitched In order for the backstop to be sure that his end of the play is going to be made right he must 1st the pitcher know what he is going to do so that the box artist can hand the ball so wide of the plate that the batter will not have a chance to hit the ball and thus spoil the at tempted play When his understanding Is not thor ough it certainly works havpc with a clubs team play With a man on first and one out the hit and run play Is1 attemptedThat the batter decides on thatIplay and gives the signal He for granted the man at first is going down on the next ball pftched and to help him out swings at the ball no matter where it is Instead of the base runner starting for second he remains glued to the bag simply because he has missed the throughwithmisses hitting the hall A play of this kind may easily lose a club the game and emphasizes the importance of having an understand ing between every member of the club The White Sox have signed South paw Lange who pitched in the Wisconsin league last year Manager Joe Cantillon has decided not to grant the demands of any of his holdout Washington players Kansas City will have outlaw ball The interstate league will place a team BostonIleagueCatcher Ritter of Brooklyn will probably land with the Highlanders He has been turned over to Newark by Brooklyn and it is understood Man ager Stallings will swap an infielder for him Ernest Courtney former Highlander and with the Phillies since 1904 has been to Ireadydition Noted veterans who have gone back ito the minor league this year ar jyboid Schreck McGHnuit Taylor Collins Barry Coiighlin McGann Pickering NeedhamlanUCpurtney vYyr t jt 1t t 1 9PPIjfnJWAlsr OOMGEITS TrIIl1a Tlgto Fit the Figure the L tWrinkljInStaid of waistshavepopularity based upon their real usi theInthaneveras nattier There is no bagging in front The newest waists are made trim and trjg and fit almost as closely- to the figure as did the tight waistsof yore There is quite a run on crinkle cloth cotton but sometimes mercer ized and these are tailored Wide or narrow folds are sewed in Gibson style na1 the waists there is the same liking ShQwn fortucks Qihesp may be as I said tailored from to bottom and stitched and pressedor they may be laid in only to the bust line narrow or wide I saw one very pretty waist in a dart t linen also mer hIneck which for the atcd means square leaving an open space to be filled in by a guimpe of some kind but which can be left entirely open for evening or for very hot weather provided the wearer has a pretty neck This style of waist lias something of the much liked Iciraono effect in that tis cut in one over the shoulder from tl of the front to the back thiQei4ariOW plaits reach Clear over frontttprettywaistlandcouid mater jal e sleeves are only just ovejtho shoulder leaving the guimpe sleeves bclqw SleQc for shirt waists are very long arid i im W Some waists have a reg ulation shirt sleeve with cuffs but most of them are narrow and long and reacbgowQln a point over the back of the hand The illustration shows the newest tailored shirt waist made of crinkle cloth in a pale pastel blue Gtb son tucks are laid at the shoulders while across the front is a loose de sign done in scrdlache braid By the way thls braid is seen on most of th summer suits as well as the waists for It Is now that the summer gar sometimesground and sometimes matches the cclor Collars still reach the cars when desired Most of the stock col lars are very high and all are sepa FOR THE SUMMER GIRLS rate from the garment The soutache braid la used on the wash garments both on the waists and on the full suits It is especially pretty for the young otmgjmothers arc tr lng to plan for the summer or even for parties and graduation frocks I will give a description of it so that the idea may form foundation upon which to build others o Many minor changes may be made and the main idea carried out The dress In question was of sheer India lirall cut in nine gores and fit ting the sUm y 5ung figure neatly line ofrval insertion was placed AI tweeiPall the breadths where w6reisewedt There were three around the skirt and between the loW- e two were two rows of the insertion laid oil flat but in scallops The sldovewcre long and pointed at the wrists nd gathered at the shoulder There a very beautiful cotton y JireVidtftfbyon and treated that It Is fully ntS handsome In appearance as the all wool voiles and is not so expensive It conies very wide which makes it easy to manipulate a fact that will be appreciated by every wo man who has tried her prentice hand On the old kind To get a skirt to hang would try the patience of ten Jobs These cotton voiles come in all of the seasons colors and white ivory and cream Rightly treated they make ideal frocks for the warm days which will so soon be here While some women appear to like the high waisted effects of the empire the great majority do not care to wear them The shirt waist and separate slat are proof of this and it Is a mat ter for gratitude Still there are some of the sheathllkc skirts that arc really handsome d even elegant and graceful specially where the old princess shape is amalgamated so to cjtfl It with the sheath The drawing ofl a few broken lines acrosq the front while still adapting the gown to the figure is certainly an artistic and pleasing style but unfortunately it re quires si master hand to drape it Besides few figures ran wear It A nils tapeeither Hi the figure of the wearer or tlioa5cuiacye the fit would make peculiar gown a calamity r A OLWE ILRPER P Tfl1iiLIKDr tsrt errs y4 i AT LAST ROUND IN FRANCE av TWO CATHOLIC PRIESTS Prof MarceJIn Boule and Prpfi Ed mend Perrier silgned Task Jiy Government of JfVecojv structingli It looks as though Darwins theory of the descent of man from th c monkey was at to bpy c taisied beyond question tfthC discovery of an incomplete skeleton of a very low type of prehistpiic manwh d no lan guage and iv o probably walked on all fours The discovery was made by two priests in a i fn the little village of LaJChapeieauxSaInts near Correge T H soughtmissingly believed by PrqfMarcelin Boule who is at the head of the government laboratory of paleontgilflgy and Prof Edmond Perrier head of theNationaL Museum of National History n Paris It is to these two scientists that the French government has intrusted the important task 91 recpnsjructing the first man ofLaGhapellerAuxSaInts4 as he was when lie lived and fqught and died 30 or 10 thousand years ago This estimate of the period during which the first m IJ was ade by Prof BlcAiie Who egarUsftmt very conservative The fragmentary skeleton was found a trench three yards from the entry to the grotto The soil at the same level as the skel eton was without remains while the soil above codtatfcd the tmainsot the rhinocerosreindeer hyena and wolf Tap skele was its side with the legs fdlde h1tbwdtd thebody It appears to have been buried and beside it was the hind foot of some large bovine which seems to have been placed there as if for food for the dead The age of the firptman at the time or death was probably over 50 years Tie thigh bones were curved in like those of the ape es Prof Marcelln Boule + tabllshing a belief that this member of the human species moved on all fours One thing that bridges over the cen turies that have passed since the owner of those bones Jlygjl is that they show their owner Buffered from rheu matism The remains are certainly those of a man but they are of the lowest type of fossilized man yet discovered If the anthropoid apes are placidat one end of tile scale and the man at the other between them comes the pithecanthropus which lp near the former while the newly found specimen is nearer man without losing iecailthropusProfs al ready been able to ascertain in a general why how their first man ate and how he lived In reconstruct ing him Iliey will also Yreconstruct the animals thaffce liuhted or that hunted hUn He was carnlvbrbuSjiihls ancestor bf the human race for In the grotto where he was found there were the bones of a reindeer and thefossll remains of other animals all prehistoric which it may be hefidd killed and brought to the cavefor food in time of stressThe grotto at7 La Chapelle Aux Saints Is on private property and in tKe past any relic hunter who desired to explore the ancient abode of the first man has befit able to do so ater applying for and obtaining a per mit Since the latest discovery the grotto has beenclosed to investigators at the suggestion of the government scientists who propose to make a thorough scar M of the earliest known abode of man on this earth Dignity the CloakOfTimidItyY Ceremonies official and state robes grave faces solemn looks slow mo thin involved echin short everything called disnlty is a tprmiof simulation adopted tyy those people who are timid at heart They wish to make others af raid jpfythsm qr of what they represent Men of dauntless mind are naturally aweinspiring do not stand innedrdf fifgnityand cere moniesFriedrich Nietzsphe Some Millions Behind It The United Status tYJS the si allest in the wend In prgp1JtJ9p jtp wordsoutatmiles t1 r tr b t 1I h top Gu n r tnr t- dVULCAN GET ArPLOtVgr- ound I to brsak yoLiC orn with I Planf witi a D1ack HasvkPl- anter cultivate it with ew Departure or Busy pee CULTIVATOR and then you will have to buy an OId Hichory NagqQto haul your Crop to We Carry Them All in Stock JMRI Martin Coal ant Supply Com pany Implements Seed Feed Building Material McCcrd Tracy McCcrmicks Old Stand Main street To Mark Poison Bottle When you purchase bottle of son run brass headed tack into the top of the cork serves a marker And children will be more cautious of the marked bottles If the label comes off discolored the marker remains as skull and crossbones warn IDS NEAR BEAT 3Ii BIG POND 4It was tlhilling experience to Mrs IdaSopestpjface death For years severe lung trouble gave intense anb1Several times nearly caused my death All remedies failed and doctors said Ii was incurable Then Dr Kinjps New Discovery brought quick relief and It notbSoper lives jm Big Pond Pa It works wonder jn Coughs and Colds UenlorrhagesLaGrippcdsthmaCrou alLLlironchlal Affections 50c astd 10H5 Srial bottle free Gjiiara t by ip6iI G 0iW f x J NELSON CALL The ONea or if want JOFFICEHome WINCHESTER AILOREMG COMPANY M sc HMCKINNEY Props Clothes Claliod freswt ami Repalrri DRY CLEANING AND DYElft A SPECIALTY KWf Cor Main aid Fairfr Old But Wise Advice At the beginning of the cask and at the end take thy fill but be sav ing in the middle for at tie bottom Pricefledaven dealing withabrother call inIts- eebutnee Lau tag IIsaiad t rfi1 1Ii j 2 j 17 iJrfJfoJ tdT l r aJr SH f ftr r i r 1 v r it t U a a It as or is a i H a a m r 1J Y x i r r i i c p f 2J 9t I L t r i I i t jiLt MAHf PlOTHRFa i I ISAJQY fIRR UUTOHEPOORL M DE n JS M G1J1lYIGf BARRETT 14AKES TE OETTEK KIk D in aQbr anCtco ho ra Iir Post Cards IfomePiciurcs House Views An3 of all styles of Gallery Pptraits andv it t Gt tjPW f 4 MADEAWHi jlLLt Every luf pfd at pJfir t scjil Friiti thU SMMM fLQUbest qua1ity vts f pi1d at ft Oii tS tV II St Cll and se ir 1 SM01C3 t bt r 1H rsj l fr iJ 1 f iIft r J f frj xf fX 1 W I Jt 7r L I iit 7 i2 j f4 vvr i rV I fio YLF3PageSI t r 1THEWnICHEsTERNEW S d I QPERAJDRpRE AG IN RAISE 1r ant Flatly Re1useT q MakeNew l ifreeineiit r 6IJf1f GOftt liNERS SURPRISErr Owners of Anthracite Mines Offer t i Renew Present Wage Schedules Fo Period of Three YearsContend That Htpher Wages Moan Higher Coal Which Is Impracticable Under Present Industrial ConditionsHold Further Conference Today Philadelphia March 12 The anthracite coal operators met the com mittee of hard coal miners in th- Reading e Terminal building here and anyotethe demands they laid before them and at the same time proposed to th mine workers that the present work ing agreement which will e Mach31 be renewed for anothe- term of three years This decision asnot unexpected by the mine workers as they had long ago learned that the operators were against making any concessions rho Lewis president of the United Min Workers of America declined to com daybeyondstaUngmitteemen will meet to discuss the situation The miners will meet the operators again Friday afternoon The contention of the operators that an acceptance of the terms pr posed by the miners will necessitate an advance in the price of coal which is atj the present time impracticable The present agreement made in New York three years ago whe John Mitchell led the miners in th negotiations is identical with the award of the strike commission made in 1903after the strike of 1902 Three years the miners made numerous- demands but all were rejected and they accepted the renewal of th strike commisson award which is the same proposition again made by the operatorsSo as could be learned from the miners a majority of the workers are feetheytrenchedAo carry on a campaign of the magnitude of that of 1900 and 1902 The demands of the miners em agreementby the terms of which all disputes shall be adjusted the recognition o the United Mine Workers of by the operators the adoption of th eighthour day without reduction i wages th tall coal shall be mine- and paid for by the ton of 2000 pounds that all employes paid 150 or less a day be given a 10 per cent and all employes paid more than 150 and less than 2 a day be given a 5 per cent advance and that all contracts be made for the period o one year LEWIS IS EXASPERATED Objects to Statement as Given Out After Conference Philadelphia March 12 President Lewis was much exasperated when shown the statement that had been given out He said the arrangements with the operators was that the secretary of each subcommittee was act 0 as a press committee and prepare statement for the public Secretary George W Hartlein represented the miners on this committee and George F Parker of New York acted for the operators Mr Lewis left the meeting before the statement was prepared When he was shown a copy he expressed great surprise that Hartlein should agree to such a onesided state ment and declared that he wanted an explanation from Hartlein as t whether the statement given out i 1 the one agreed to IceMen Elect Officers Toledo 0 March 12The atqryal business meeting of the Middle StIc s Ice Producers Exchange adjounrigj after the election of these President C Malcolm Kinnaird Columbus 0 vice president Otto P Just Milwaukee secretary Fred M Eward Marion Ind treasurer Joseph Adams Covington Ky Chicago Milwaukee and Indianapolis are in the race for the next convention The meeting place will be decided by th t exlHERRMANN DECLINES Doesnt Want Presidency of American f Bawling Congress i Pittaburg March 12Tbe question agitating tfift JPjflers attending the ninth international tournament of the rrl ogress is whet h er Augustus Herrmann of Cincinnati Q l t of the association will accept iu1cL position Mr Hen nil positively stated that he woul- r not accept IB8T 3ilesidencyagain un dranYcfDances ilia died by Auto TSrty York arch 12LMrs Leo natm PJ a wealthy New York arltf 1er was struck and byit r1r i1 t I j J t i r r iiptf t STRONG LECTURE ATK1WMI3 rDr Anderson of Yale is Heard With Great Interest By Good Audience The address delivered by Dr Gil bert Anderson in the college chapel this morning was enjoyed by a large and attentive audience who were fully hioora great subject The platform was WjH0 J Chandler Prof Shipp and the members of the facujty After a prayer by Rev Mr Chand ler Dr Anderson was introduced by Prof Moore and discussed the relation of Uie physical to the moral and mental as impressed upon him by forty years of experience along the line of physical education OutleteThe necessitv for athletic work in college and university is due to the pror sical energy of a large body of heal thy and vigorous young men This energy before the dav of regulated sand properly controlled athletics was onley not helpful cases positively harmful The coming in of football basketball baseball and track teams has to a great extent superceded the older and more bar barous manifestations of force in the hazinga fist fights moral ton of student life in our universities The Christian athlete is no longer a rarity and several instances were CeNecessity The necessity ofa wellkept body for the best results from a good mind were fully impressed and illuminated eteperienceof the speaker The trainin of the muscles says Dr Anderson is merely the training of the mind for it is in the mind and not in the mus cle that we attain muscular skill A man who has learned to perform a certain task with his right hand cnn thereafter perform the same task with the left with only a third the amount of effort in learning To the younger boys he commended especially the consideration of the fact that ev athletic undertakin b off Urnet undoni idn reality a sermon Talks to Young Ladies In addressing himself to the young ladies he made the point that mans success depends to a great extent the less showy but no less effec fire cooperation of woman The nagging woman is a mans greatest terror and no woman who has kept her body in proper physical shape will feel the nervous irritability which results in this boot of character The address was closed with an ap peal to all to recSgnize the importance of physical developmentand the duty of giving this matter proper attentionThe was warmly applaud ed and a rising vote of thanks was tendered to Dr Anderson by the en tire audience PUT HIS SHOULDER TO WHEEL Bryan Helps to Push an Auto Out the Mud PITTSBURG Ky March 12 lidsg r Bryan yesterday assisted his fellow passengers in pushing the auto mobile out of a hole He was going California Pa to Yaynesburg to lecture when the machine stuck Wading in mud up to his shoetops Mr Bryan lent a shoulder and wit his assistance the automobile was shoved out of the mire The same performance was repeated revert times before the trip was over an Mr Bryan had to stop at Washing eton Pa to have his shoes and cloth ag cleaned before going on to deliver his lecture OPERA HOUSE Stronqheart Showing that the Indian Strong heart has a sense of humor when enters for the first time his clan Collegdc t Hail to the Chief with a twinkle in his eye the Indian answers r On with the dance let joy be unrefinedi Strongheart comes to the Winchester opera house Thursday March 48 AWIRTiSEMEHT TRY A MEWS WANT f til1 1 e a if t JIRYMEN ARE MEETING Sessions of Two Days is Now On At State University in Lexington LEXINGTON Iyllarcb 12 The Kentucky Dairy Convention i meeting at the College of Agriculture at State University Friday Tlie morning session was devoted to the address of welcome and response and some oilier business connected with the meeting Also the milk and butter contest was discussed Prof A L Haecker Dean of the Dairy Department at the University of Nebraska will address the meeting in the afternoon on the feeding of dairy cattle Milk and Butter Contest After an address by Prof Haecker byDrStates Division of Diarying Wash upinscoring of milk and butter and will tell the diarymen how the different samples exhibitedat this meetm have been scored and will point out the good and bad points of each ex hibit before the audience Banquet This Evening In the evening a banquet will beheld at the Leland Hotel Saturday morning the dairy cattle will be scor ed by Prof Haecker and several ad dresses on diarying will be delivered IICClaskcSProf meetingcProf Scovell will outline the policy of the Pure Food Law in relation to the diarymen TEAM WINS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT JugLadies Teams One of the hottest basket ball tour naments ever held has just been fin ished in the young ladies gymnasium class at the college The standing of the teams after yesterdays games is as follows Blue has won 15 and lost 10 Green has won 13 and lost 12 Red has won 11 and lost 14 Yelow has won 11 and lost 14 The Crescent team better known a sthe Blues under the captaincy of Miss Mildred Johnson won out after a hot light Miss Gertrude Prices fivethe Shamrocks finished second and the Red and Yellow teams cap tained respectively by Miss Helen Nelson and Miss May Powell are tied for last place though only a fe points behind the leaders The last two teams in order to set tle their positions in the finalstand fug of teams will play off their tie o next Monday night in the college gym nasium at 730 p m rain or shine There will also be an exhibition game between the two leading teams the Blues and Greens SUGGESTED TAFT FOR PLACE New Federal Judge Responsible For Presidents Appointment to Place By President Harrison CINCINNATI 0 March 12All hereofin of the appointment of Attorney John W Warrington as the late Judge J Unitded bench According to this story when Gen Harrison was chosen president he offered Varrington a place on the Federal bench Wntrriugt o n declined the honor and asked President Harrison why he didnot tl r Hahthat appointment Taft has been the governments service telegradm 1lot furl informing him of his appqintinent as Judge Richards successor IS CHARGED WITH HIGHWAY ROBBERY John Dwyer Under Arrest Suspect is Being Looked PolicesJohn Dwyer was arrested Thurs day pignut by officer Ballard on a charge of highway robbery Another arrest will probably follow and the trials will be held in Police Court Friday night at 7 oclock Dwyer was but of jail under bond to appear be fore t1ienekf term of Circuit Court on a charge of house breaking it 1 t FORKENTUCKYI The Executive Committee of they Kentucky Press Association will meet a tike Seelbach Louisville Thursday of next week The meeting has been eull dby A D Miller chairman of the committee and it is the purpose of the committee to fix the date for the annualmeeting and outing of the association An urgent request for aI full attendance has been sent outs BYLAWS ARE ADOPTED By the Kentucky Good Roads Asso ciation Directorate LOUISVILLE March 12The Board of Directors of the Kentucky Good Roads Association met here and adopted bylaws The recommenda tions of the committee composedof State Senators Joseph F Bosworth Coon Linn and George T Wyatt were adopted stating the purpose of the organization to be the creation of public sentiment for the building and maintenance of good highways throughout the State fixing the mem bership dues at 11 year and allow ing any white male citizen of the State to become a member MANbIn Louisville Who Weighed Over 350 Pounds Is Dead LOUISVILLE Ky March 12 James T Drake said to have been the heaviest man in Louisville died at his home here yesterday of blights disease Mr Drake weighed over 3i0 pounds For 30 years he had been a leading contractor his specialty being the wrecking of buildings He is survived by his wife and two children Where to Pat a Horse A horse lover who is also learned In the ways of horses has been trying to induce kindly disposed persons who pet horses to do so in a manner that will give the animals pleasure Most persons stroke the horses nose an operation which only a well behaved hestof such caressing Gentle rubbing over his eyes or up between his ears gives him great pleasure because here are certain nerVe centers that are stimulated by this friction Most of those who know how to pet a horse properly were brought up in the coun try and thus learned to know the horse as city bays can never dp Abjuring His Allegiance Judge Lowell of the United States circuit court in speaking before the Charming club the other night on naturalization cited many numerous instances of wouldbe citizens who had been coached for the examination be fore the courtbut who fell down when an unexpected question was asked J asked a Turk said Judge Lowell as to whether he understood what was meant when he swore to abjure all allegiance to the sultan tvSure was the answer is meant To with Turkey Boston RecordIrtWearisome Words There is nothing tires one more than words when they clatter like a loose window shaken by the winds A talka tive fellow may be compared to an un braced drum which beats a wise man out of his wits Surely nature did not guard the tongue with the double fence of teeth and lips without meaning that it should not move too nimbly When a scholar full of words applied to Socrates for instruction the latter demanded of him a double fee one to teach him to speak well another to teach him to hold his peace Owen Feltham Nothing Doing Sense me boss said the unlaun dered hobo who had drifted into the private office but dey iz tree uv Us Cant youse give each uv us a dime fer a nights lodgin Get out of here yelled the man behind the desk Do you mean to in sinuate that I look like 30 cents Fade away Thinpoperating chriining side can incident that In itself Isnt amusing but there may be doing when that boy becomes big enough to resent being called a crack erDetroit Free Press EscapeA condemned to death at Kien recently es taped from prison as he was on the point of being driven to the place of execution Although in chains the man waserwas yin sequently hanged Reasonable Two Irishmen one day went shooting A large flock of pigeons came flying over their heads Pat elevated his piece and firing brought one of them to the ground Arrah exclaimed his companion what a fool you are to waste your ammunition when the bare fall would have killed him PIckMeUp SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS f J dJ i A NEW SERIAL Her Infinite Variety ByI BRAND WHITLOCK Mayor of Toledo Ohio FoIitibycs According to a prominent eastern literary critic Mr Whitlock is one of the writers who is helping to establish distinctive American style of fiction The Opening Installment of This Interesting Story Will Appear in This Paper Next Week Watch for It TAmorose and growly and picks faalt in everything It breaks up families and creates dissensions among neighbors It is suspicious envious and quarrel some There is nothing the state- n ed to get after on the score of the general welfare more than the bad vile and riotous livers which occupy the land Ohio State Journal INSTANT RELIEF FROM ITCH The Itch Gone the Skin Soothed and- RefreshedImmediately Instant Relief from that itch A few drops of a sou thing liquid And the itch is gone as if by magic Just a drop or two on the skin and no more of that torturing endless nerveracking itch Can you imagine how it will feel that itching agony swept away iii a moment youjustof external liquid remedics40iIof wintergreen as compounded in DfD- D Prescriptionf4We positively know that it alie nates the itch immediately tivc vouch for this old guar iiiifnf fcitiPrti we have seen it used in ffip 7 nmiyl cases and the cures that foftins far as we know scorn to be parma nent Phillips Drug Gojnpany Cinnamon and Parker House rolls freshevery day at tine Winchester 311GtaK W C PREPS TO PLAY LEXINGTON HIGH SCHOOL Game Will Be in College Gymnasium Next Monday Afternoon The Prep basketball team pf K W Cwill play the second tepllof the Lexington High School Monday afternoon at 330 oclock in the col leg gymnasium A hot and excit ing game is promised His Opera Hats One of the most consistently dressed men in the world lives in New York and is seen frequently at the opera When a work by a French composer is given he always wears an opera theyIgit SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS i tt rJI t JI r RY jF f v TL 7i t the Wisiclietser Thursday March 18 TheatIof Modern Times ROBERTiYILLSl716 111 oN6EB4d ar6 ti 6 The Great College Play Magi tally Transferring to Your Self that Exciting Life on the Football Fiel- dPRICES 5Oc to 150 Seats on sale Monday at 9 a at CookNunnalley Drug Store D VEllING HOUSE INVENTORIES FREE WE WILL SEND A HAND SOME DWELLING HOUSE IN VENTORY FREE TO ALL WHO WILL MAKEWRITTEN APPLI CATIONS FOR SAME AND IF 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