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Digital page images are linked to the text file. k fTr last Edition VOL NO 132 KY MARCH 17 1909 CENTS COPY 11 CENTS WEf Board Defer Action Until Of June Will Be Grown This Year The District Board of the Kentucky Burley Tobacco Society adjourned last night after allday session which plans for pooling the crop of Q9 were discussed but final action t deferred until the next meeting JunV when the policy of the So ciety in regard to the pooling of the crop will be decided It has been announced that unless eighty per cent of the growers pledge their crops the attempt to pool will be abandoned and the three hundred million pounds which it is expected wil lbe grown in Kentucky this year will be marketed without concerted action on the part oi the farmers Objections to the Pledge Reports from various counties of the Burley District indicate objection to parts of the pledge as draftedat a recent meeting of the Boardand this may be changed tosuit the ob jecting growers The crop will be the largest in the history of the State pool or pool Canadian Pacific Train Plunges through Womans Waiting Room at Montreal Special to The News March 27A sub urban train on the Canadian Pacific plunged through tlie womans wait ing room window station hejteJPen persons were killed IS SEVENTH OF SEVENTH DAUGHTER OF SEVENTH DAUGHTER Ky Mardi 17Mra- mI Mrs John C Seitz 703 West Short Rtreet are happy over the birth of 9 pounds This is the seventh daughter of the seventh daughter of the seventh daughter and is named Dorothy The child was born yesterday shortly after noon 3he mother is doing well DAMAGES FOR DEATH Ky March 17 David Setser administrator of the estate of Gilbert Setzer who was run over and killed by an LaIulN pas senger train two years was awarded a verdict of the railroad company in the Bell Cir cuit Cooirti The case will be appeal ed Setzer while intoxicated it is claimed was thrown from a moving train and falling under time wheels was ground to death c i 5 0ii Tvr i 2 ti jV f J Pi J t 7 t tJ r tiLt tl t l L I ti Llu Jrglr Yx I ta ki J IT JI 1iii x cKiIII jiJ t Q 1r Ta1 r r t f 1 Ii 7tffr TII J i r 7 T 1 t c i THE WINCHESTERlNEwsJ1 1 WEDNESDAY 2 A 1 IEIGHTY PER CENT MUST SIGN F POOLING OF THE 1909 CROP District Tobacco Definite Meeting 0Much in 8 COLLISION KILLS TEN MONTREAL DAUGHTER LEXINGTON ajgirlsAveighing BARBOURSVILLE 30000ugainst rfcv IMPROVINGHIS STORE Mr W S Duty Will Extend Present i Quarters and Install Soda Fountain IrT S Duty the Main street druggist has leased one of the store rooms in the new Kof P and F and A M fraternity building and work on connecting it with his Main street store has begun The two rooms will be joined together in the rear and the new room will be used as a book and paint store and the room facing Main street will be used as the drug storcIhandsomest soda fountains in Cen tral Kentucky in the next few weeks in the front of the room facing Main street The store when completed will be one of the largest and most modern drug stores and soft drink emporiums in the State EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETS ON THURSDAY R R Perry is to Attend Meeting at Seelbach Hotel Thursday A meeting of the Executive Com mittee of the Kentucky Press Asso ciation will be held at the Seelbach Hotel in Louisville Thursday The business is done through this com mitteeAmong other things will be the se lection of time and place for the next annualmeeting of the body The places making the strongest fight for it are Estill Springs and Henderson- R R Perry of the SunSentinel is a member of the committee and will attend Uncle Jack Reid is visiting rel atives in Paris and Bourbon county NICHOLAS COUNTY WILL HAVE RATKILLING DAY May 17 Selected As Date By Editor I Kellar Who is Backing Movement CARLISLE Ky March 17Green- R Kellar senior editor of the Carlisle Mercury has issued a card calling on the citizens of Nicholas county to observe May 17 as ratkilling day To Advertise Enough s- Not t Always Po sibleBut 18o e Progress in That Direction May Be Made a Enough advertising would give your business an immediate jumpgiveit an impulse forward which nothing couldcheck If therefore you COULD advertise enough your prosperityproblem would be quickly you CAN DO NOW is to reachout in the direction of adequacy in your advertising sacra it fice other things in yourdesire to keep pace with the best and the biggest advertisers in your line If you make other things pay for the adver e tising up to the pOInt of partial adequacy after that th will pay for the other things I for ALL of the other things z J ha Jrj+ w Ky hfC1C rtXgrl i iiti i t j t RURAL ROUTE NO1 I TO START Length of New Route Will Be 2995 MilesDelivery to Com I mence May Ruralroute No 7 will start May the first The following is the route Southpostoffice to city limits one mileI To Tulip 4 50100 mile To Hunt 1 5100 mile To Bloomingdale 3 miles To Eppersons corner 6 miles To Mouth of Rod River and re trace 2 miles To Trap 1 30100 miles To city limits 9 85100 miles To ofifee 80100 mile Length of route 29 95100 miles Salary of carrier 900 The carrier is appointed by the Department at Washington This is the most important route in the coun ty There was great difficulty in get ting iton account of the distance and the condition of part of the road In a great measure Congressman Langley is entitled to credit The carrier will leave the postoffice at 915 a m but as yet the postmaster is not informed of the appointment SOLDIERS AND MOROS FIGHT 1 Constabulary Rout Natives Eight Are Killed in the Engagement Special to The News MANILA March 17 Lieutenant Furlongs detachment of constabulary routed a band of Moros at Bordong Eight Moros and two soldiers were killed PREPARATIONS FOR THE PICTURE SHOW Auditorium Skating Rink is Being Rapidly Put Into Shape For Moving Picture Theatre The work of converting the Audi torium Skating Rink into a moving picture theatre is about complete and will be ready for the opening the first of April The rink willopen for skating Saturday afternoon and night for the last of the season WHAT WOULD HE DO Some of Mr R R Perrys Friends Want to Know If He Accepts Invitation Belowj The following uniquely worded invi tation to a meeting of the Cynthiana Elks lodge has been received by Col R II Perry of this city Gyntliiiinn Ky March 15 1909 Dear Brother Perry Cynthiana Lodge No4 8 B P 0 Elks will meet in regular session Wednesday evening March 17 1909 At this meeting we hold our regular annual election of officers And we hear an alarm in the prepa ration room of our lodge and on in vestigation there seems to have been a disturbance in the wilderness among the more fercoious humaneanimals and we find in waiting four very worthy applicants who have sought shelter and refuge within our portals These gentlemen have been ballotted upon and acceptedand will be initiat ed at this meeting Wednesday March 17 1909After the regular lodge meeting election of officers and initiatory ceremonies we will meet in social session And for the feast of time animal kingdom we have slain the lamb the most innocent and have conquered and slain the hog the devils own friend Hence the Elk after being obligated and instructed in the mysteries of our order and partaking of our feast can lie down with the lamb and the lion and rest in comfort confidence andease You are expected you are wanted ant insisted upon to be present at this meetingFraternally J WEBSTER VICE R RH CQNWAY Seer C p it x il t t r EDWARD P WESTON FAMOUS PEDESTRIAN Edward Payson Weston the veteran pedestrian celebrated his seventy first birthday by beginning a 4000 mlle walk Westons Idea is to walk fron New York city to the Pacific coast believing that he can cover the distance in a hundred day- sCHAIRMAN PAYNE INTRODUCES tHE PROPOSED TARIFF BILL Will Increase Revenues Something Like Fifty MillionsMany Articles Placed On Free List Special to The News WASHINGTON March 17 Chairman Payne introduced the tariff bill and stated that it will in crease time revenue fifty million dol lars it provides for an inheritance tax and that a limited amount of su gar be admitted freefrom the Phil ippinesTea is taxed eight cents coffee is free fifty per cent cut in steel and lumber hides iron ore tallow cot ton seed oil on free list boot undI shoe tariff reduced forty per pottery schedule remains the same IVAIOE LODGE TO HAVE PLAY Prof George Dalgety of Kentucky Wesleyan College To Have Full Charge At a meeting of the Entertainment Committee of Ivanhoe Lodge Knights of Pythias held Tuesday night arrangements were begun for having an entertainment given by home talent some tune within the next few weeks The entertainment is given for the purpose of raising enough money to defray the expenses ofentertaining the Grand Lodge which meets here in October Just what the play will be has not been decided on yet but it will be some popular college play Prof George Dalgety of Kentucky Weslcyan College under whose management and direction The Merchant of Venice was produced here by home talent with such great success will have full charge of the enter tainment The entertainment will be put on by the same cast that was seen in The Merchant of Venice NOT OUT YET Henry Watterson Writes Louisville Friends Regarding Rum ored Retirement LOUISVILLE Ky Mardi 17 Some of Henry Watiersons Louis ville friends and party associates protesting against the recent rumor of his retirement from activity in vited him to be their guest at a din ner tendered him on the anniversary o T1lomas Jeffersons birth and re eeired a letter WhiCh while declining relrpjort J tl 1 t p I The dutv on carne wool is reduced Wood pulp ison the free list The duties of print paper is reduced The principal increased is the lemons co coa and substitutes coal tar dyes and gloves BOYS MET TUESDAY The boys of the Sunday school class of the Church of Christ held an interesting meeting with Mr Everett Lowry at his home on Tayloi avenue Tuesday night The class will meet with Mr Johnnie Rice next Tuesday TWO CLOSE EXCITING GAMES College Girls Entertain Good Corwd Monday Night at Basket- Ball wTwo very close and exciting games of basbet ball wero played by the la dies of the college Monday evening at the College Gymnasium The Blues captained by Miss Mildred Johnson won from the Greens captained by Miss Gertrude Rice by the score of to 0 Miss Nellie Lyons scored all 13 points on a field goaland a from foul The second game was between the Reds captained by Miss Helen Nelson and the Yellows captained by Miss Golden Day At the end of the first half the score was 4 to 0 in favor of the Reds The scoring was done by Miss Emma Lee Taylor who threw two goals from fouls and Miss Amelia Van Meter who threw a goal from field In the second half the Yellows came back strong and soon tied the score with pretty goals by Golden Day and May Powell Miss Powell as usual played all over the floor The game was tied with a score of 4 to 4 when time was called The extra period was played but the guard ing of both teams was so close that no further scores were made The gym nasium was well filled and the crowd was enthusiastic Prof Moore gave the proceeds to defray the expenses of Dr Anderson of Yale who lec tured in the chapel Friday morning c The Office and the Fool When a king creates an office Prov- Idence at once creates a fool to buy it Colbert 1 a I R ftM 1Jfi= r TREASURY O K1 SAYSCOOLIDGEWild Rumors and Says Outlook is Promising Washington March 17In striking Contrast to the scenes of confusion disorder and acrimonious debate which marked the opening day of the house the session of that body as sumed its wonted air of dignity There was general good feeling among the members whose main topic of conversation was the fight over the rules The anticipated message of Presi dent Taft pointing out the necessity for a revision of the tariff was re ceived and met with a prolonged ap plause from the Republicans Some disappointment however was felt over the fact that the tariff measure was not presented Interest attached to the announcement by the speaker of the personnel of the committees on rules and ways and means Speaker Cannon announced that the committee on ways and means would be composed of the following members Payne Dalzell McCall Hill of Connecticut Boutell Need ham Calderhead Fordney Gaines of West Virginia Longworth Crumpack er Clark of Missouri Granger Griggs Randall Burket Harrison and Brou sari The biennial lottery for seats was conducted and many were the disappointments upon the part of those whose names were among the last to bedrawnPresident Tafts message to con gress on the tariff question follows To the Senate and House of Representatives I have convened the congress in this extra session In order to enable It to give Immediate consideration to the re vision of the Dingley tariff act Condi tions affecting production manufacture and business generally have so changed In the last 12 years as to require a re adjustment and revision of the import duties Imposed by the act More than this the present act with the other sources of government revenue does not furnish Income enough to pay the au thorized expenditures By July 1 next the excess of expenses over receipts for the current fiscal year will equal 5100 successful party in the late elec tion is pledged to a revision of the tariff The country and the business commu nity especially expect it The prospect of a change In the rates of Import du ties always causes a suspension or halt In business because of the uncertainty as to the changes to be made and their effect It Is therefore of the highest importance that the new bill should be agreed upon and passed with as much speed as possible consistent with Its due and thorough consideration For these reasons I have deemed the present to be an extraordinary occasion within the meaning of the constitution justifying and requiring the calling of an extra session In my Inaugural address I stated In a summary way the principles upon which In my judgment the revision of the tariff should proceed and Indicated at least one new source of revenue that might properly be resorted to In order to avoid a future deficit It Is not nec essary for us to repeat what I then said- I venture to suggest that the vital business Interests of the country require that the attention of the congress in this session be chiefly devoted to the consideration of the new tariff bill and that the less time given to other sub jects of legislation in this session the better for the countryWILLIAM H TAFT HOLD STORMY CAUCUS Democrats Take Alleged Bolters Se verely to Task Washington March 17After a stormy debate over the alleged fail ure of 22 Democrats of the house to abide by the party caucus on the rules fight the house Democratic cau cus decided to have a select committee draft more stringent rules to govern future caucuses of the party This committee will be selected today by Chairman Clayton The adoption of this resolution was preceded by one of the most bitter debates heard in a Democratic caucus for several sessions over a resolution directing Minority Leader Clark to approve Speaker Cannons appointment Representative Francis Bur ton Harrison of New York and Representative Broussard of Louisiana as Democratic members of the commit tee on ways and means Both men voted for the Fitzgerald amendments to the house rules Mr Broussard voted with the Republicans on other questions during the rules fight The resolution was presented by Representative Pujo of Louisiana After an hours debate Chairman Clayton ruled that the resolution proposed was covered by the resolution adopted by the caucus leaving the approval of assignments with Mr ClarkDuring the debate on this resolu tion the alleged bolt of Democrats was discussed Representative Keli her of Massachusetts defended his course in voting for het Fitzgerald amendments My people wanted some relief from those rules jutf I Mdf i1 i ii t j1i w T1K WBATNER s F lilt se ceW1IMtM TMIi figr- prttly efer ly aid WIni elj WINCHESTER A FOR no solvedWhat advertising retirementr AND of HOUSE MEMBER- SDISCUSSFIGHT Peaceful Session Follows Scenes if Disorderthe Tariff Message Is Read Washington March 17 Declarng the treasury outlook today is better than it has been before in months Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Coolidge authorized a statement giv ing figures to show a marked im z provement so far as government receipts are concerned The statement follows There is no foundation for the widely circulated report that the pjment of over 50000000 of clalmr against the government now daehAS been postponed by the treasury tjwant of ready cash On the contrary the department is abreast of demands upon it tionor ing requisitions and no necessary payments are postponed for future actionAll claims are met as fast as appropriations I therefor are made by congress The revenues from imports have recently shown substantial gains and should these continue the treasury is in good condition to await the approaching readjustment of the tariffSo far from the treasury being in a desperate way the outlook is better than it las been before in months The revenues for the first 15 days of March have been 26430756 as against 20785256 for the corre sponding period a year ago an im provement of over 27 per cent while the excess of expenditures over receipts for the same period has been 1509243 as against 4374743 an improvement of over 65 per cent The revenues for the first 15 days of March were greater than for any cor responding period in the past five yearsThe excess of expenditures over receipts for the fiscal year to date is 87871223 which is slightly In ex cess of the estimate of Secretary Cor telyou at the beginning of the last session of congress The average daily excess of expenditures over receipts for the entire fiscal year to date has been 340686 In January the average daily excess was 501414 Had this continued as seemed possi ble for a time the outlook might have been less favorable but since tie first week in February there has been a marked improvement It will bo seen that the condition of the treai- ury does not Justify the disturbing re Dorts which have gained currency RAIN INTERFERES WITH RICHMOND ENTERPRISE RICHMOND Ky March 17Tho steady rain of the past week caused considerable delay in the progress of the excavating work on the building o fthe new lake here by the Richmond Water and Light Company which work was also renewed this morning and if the weather will permit will be prosecuted to a speedy comple tionThe first work amounting it any thing was also dope toward the building of the new grand stands bleach ers and the like on the ball clubs park here today This work has great ly been delayed on account of rain and it will now take rapid work to have all the buildings and fencing completed by the opening of the season April 27 i REMOVALSr 1 Mr F P Owen has moved to Mrs James Watts residence on West Broadway Mr Will C Curry has moved to his new house on Fitch avenuerwas willing to give them what I would get he declared Questions were asked of him from several members Finally tie Massa chusetts man shouted The Democratic party will not amount to much until it gets more men from the north In it In the Senate Washington March 17The read ing of the presidents message to con gress in favor of a revision of the tariff was the chief business before the senate The message received careful attention from senators After the adoption of a motion that the sea ate should not meet again until next Friday an adjournment was taken Taft Withholds Answer Washington March 17 Fearing that congress would be in session oa withlheldhisto him to attend the centennial iore monies of Miami university eel thatrdate i f r3J4y t tg W II J IJI 111 I t t 1 f fft r x f 1 t I 1 i t t i It Z I y iTt h THE WINCHESTER JEWS L jlJlThl t iisIbySy sco f y4ite1 t Ikt8trMt I p 1Iter Kwtircky h TelIf tr ijlt Excjt SunA1 1 i 7F IWtfr sttdndclase matter ii J8 iflpS Vt the Pt office i lSpt KwTtuckf under the Aet qt trch 3 1879 i UiChlPHOII RATES 11 J Cr1ir Dillvijr Jlaily OB year 520 Its wepk 10 Payiibif at office or to collector wir7ck i Mall Dtlivtfy ks y 300 1 onhg 150 iLonti1 t t a 25i EayaWe in Advance jTADVEFTISING RATES tJIsplay Per Inch V Jilt tu feany edition 51 ttxw ianJea Wltmnoneweek tSwifrwflt continuously liOD- v 3JM ealitidar month 300 4uiV 8daur times a week 240 Iiroir weeks threetimes a week 380 iHur ifetekg t two times a week 120 4F weeks J one time a week 75 Tie discounts3 mothstO pe- rSfltmoIIths 5 Per one yiMtr 3JJ ilS percentr Rfftdini Notices Per Line fcu in rts jioticeji body type 7eIirf TM news headings15t BOthPhois No 9L WEDNESDAY MARCH 171909 Ii t J JWE TOBACCO NEWS lPheAmerican Society of Equity TSiaddd News made its initial how tothe public yesterday We have sel dom senli new journal which so imi piessdd us with its newspaper appear 1ice from the very start Lt is f11ftobOco news of all sorts In fact it isthc only paper devoted to thp iiobacqo man and the tobacco t farmer which cdntains Just tlic n wst- hanth It has infinitely more off i1it9re8t1o the grower than any other of the socalled tobacco papers The paper is well divided as to de I partments There is the Burley To bkccd Society division covering the tobacco situation with fieadquarters atrWhichester It gives reports from all the counties in the burley district t Thena second section contains lfOUl er Tobacco Districts x The American Society of Equity news is well covered The editorials t ajhtrong1y written The Jfore word I tells thescope oI the paper lQur ejpcuse for starting another paper in this world is the fact that t tfe knceaed Here in Kentucky TfidianaII ganized for se1i gtheirJ output ThV headquarters Qf their organiza tin is in Winchester Ky with local organizations in each county The giAof the news from head qSarte s and the various cOunties and retailing it in one sheet notj only offers us an opening but in the pfsehtconditibn of things has beI cbn53irva niecesity The District t Board hits recognized this need and at various times has considered a newspaper ofn the tfype ofours THefactT that the District Bond wfe1 not Jpreparedt to edit a news pier and that the Burley Tobacco Society was lot a publishing cor payerIKccjItbpco1in touch with each other offefRhem yehicleflr expression thirewsz ariHupr6m6te the general cbtifidince and welfare It is a big k ipbthkt we have undertaken and we eniervuppn it1 prayerfully and hum blYj l asking the assistance of the p Qpley Without iilch we din do nothing Our desire is to servo and 9lin is tbs rY for unless Sve 4 Jicinrs organizations Leno right to their Support rWe have noticed ttet hwho serves apslits O r51gertohiJp but heI ts innlselfalbnel alon rvgBuiSelf Our aisdclates offi jna aes a8 nt the head ofpirt olftn1 ire sovweil Icnown in this district for their pfiblic spirit yaridVwillihgne toVserve that we b 4Vtbey willprQVe ft tpwer of fJ1j strength to the paper toughOtthe- distri4 to f Each otieof us is a staunch believer in tle irtue of having lAmer ican Society of Equity organizations iri every county precinct and neigh borhoodrWe halIfieht for that un til it is done The educational and cohesivforce of that Societyj are ihingsVe cannot afford to be wIthout llrst1cvcrybnedoes us butHvrite ust of our mistake that ve may correct it We solicit cork tributions from the people generally Write us whit you think about tilings gobdSor bad tThis first issue has bc produced under many difficulties The paper will improve steadily f The officers and board of directors give assurance that the new publica ton means busiiiess They are Officers Dr G W IIcMil1enPresident- r C HuglhesTrcasurcr Lucien Beckner Secretary Directors Dr G1V McMillen Lucien Beck ner F W Conrad J C Hughes M C Rankin tj t Mr Lucicn Beckner is the editor PUBLICITY AND MR HARRIMAM Mr E H Harriman is reported to have said to a California interviewer Why cant you let me alone Cant t travel about the country like other people It seems inevitable that publicity should attend MrHafrimdn even when he seeks to lead the simple life in a luxurious tent in Texas This is the penalty of greatness Travelling even on a specialItrnin witha retinue of railroad presidents it is as impossible for him to escape curious ob servation as itwould be for Napoleon and his marshals or a popular prizefighter All the seismographs of Wall street are adjusted to record the slightest tremor railroad news iri his wake The entire nation from the United tSates Supreme Court down to the smallest stockholder iri his companies is interested in tile movements of the man Francis J Heney has called the head mid forefront of all the higherups Especially is it inter ested when as again today he sug gests that the law really ought to let the big railroads swallow no help Lthe little ones men might be expected to submit men mgiht be expected to submit with a more cheerful philosophy to this inevitable handicap of fame THEY ALL ADVERTISE Many things that donot go by that name arc really forms of advertis ing They attract attention by con scious effort for the purpose of se during some desired effect The baby indicates by vocal signs that he will exchange peii cand quietude for certain food products amusements and other attentions Early in life lie learns that it pays to make his wants known by a judicious- use of such mediums as his appropriation will command The want column dates back to Cain Adver tising by personal solicitation is the Custom of most children and their success in convincing others of the in iitsoftlieir proposition is well known Young women and older onesJfoofinc1 that the proper dis play of pretty hats and gowns will attract the masculine eye and bring results Remarkable returns are of teri receivetL fromf fr careful use of such mediums some users securing handsome ridciisforhjf as a Te s 1ttot ohcv sseasbif campaigii One dOttier in new homes whose trade largehgained a practical monopoly of the business in hisOirie He uses testi monials freely hria can point to a worldwide clientele His advertis ing department includes4 several thou Barid Writers of fiction whose bbbk iand magazine triesadd greatly to the prestige of their employer The horse alsJo drtiscby demdristrat iinp his wares in publican secures many orders for pullingllieavy loads over tlie cbl lestonesJ He under Stands the attractivjeness of lo y prices and will often do a plodigiQus- amountof orkfoia small bat of attTl4 ct FilIi fatIiX t1I tF t t acrobatic performance1 attraetuig the attention of passersby and se curingybbth food andshelterinex change for the entertainment t The dog advertises by the Use of the mov ing sign appreciation and pleasure and secures more affection and care than is osmetimes bestowed on humans Thdj h proclaims her prod ucts by wireless announcements which reach all the people in her territory Proof of the efficiency of her method is found in tltbfact that her wares are now a standard article of food all over the world She has also cd ucated the public to accept no substitute and to buy her latest productions and to blame the dealer rathcthan the manufacturer for any goods that are not right DR ABBOiTS IDEAL WOMAN Dr Lymari Abbott defines iri seven clauses the id al woman As the terms maybe condensed they call for a Avoman who is the slave not of fasniori nor the dressmaker who is not afraid lint work will spoil her hands who wears shoes in wuich she can walk thereby getting her color from exercise instead of the rouge box who develops her love of beauty in her home who is industrious sympathetic energetic enthusiastic motherly and a true friend The doctors specifications demand a great deal but nothing which should be regarded as supernormal They intthto a yearning for the ballot Indeed the required qualities are so homely that they might be the possessions of a woman who hadnever doubled at any afternoon of bridge had never considered whether or not she ought fto smoke in public and had never courted the application of the ad jective advanced It happens that just as Dr Abbotts words are before us a free transla tion is printed ofa Berlin papers tribute to Elena of Italy She is a reincarnation of Esther in her surpassing beauty and her 1e Aotion to her people she is a reproduction of Miriam in her courage of Sara in her gracious dignity her moral purity andhiet loving deference to her husband tand of Rachel in her affection forlier children With all these traits of historic women she possesses tlC quality which is the flower of modern Social progressa broad and active humanitarianism a desire and a will to help her fellow ibeings We seem td find therefore that the Doctors ideal is as little a creature of station asaof the womans club She is the light of many a democratic American home and she may be a queen t u 1J ENFORCE ALL LAWS Mayor of East Liverpool Replies to Ministerial Association East Liverpool 0 March 17May- or S W Crawford has won the fight with the Ministerial association and there will be no arrests for working SundayThemayor said If the Ministerial association wants this law to apply only to Individuals and in spots and will not protect street railway em ployes from working seven days In succession thus preventing them from having an opportunity to rest then I declare the stand of the asso- ciatIon is wrong and not in keeping with the letter and spirit of the stat utes If I am to enforce the laws as I find them I shall do so with par tiality to none and without sentiment I will not close up the poor widows shop arid allow the Influentialrstore keeper to run wide open POSITIVE OF CONVICTION Attorney General McCarn Discusses Probable Verdict In Case Nashville Tenn March17Attor ney General McCarn in discussing the probable outcome of the cooper Sharp trial said I look for disagreement t as far as John Sharp is concerned but nothing can save the others from conviction Our case against Sharp was weakened by the absence in Colorado of a cousin of Sharps who at the applica liOn for bond swore that as Sharp turned away from the scene of the shooting there was a csmile of satls ition on his face If this witness had ben able to come back Sharp would iuftcr with the others Give the Eyes a Rest It Js a good plan to close the eyes for five minutes every lew hours This irlll not onljr rest the eyes but pre vent the wrinkles known as Jcrows feet from making their appearance as early as they jroiild otherwise aiiii8L i 7 je t PORTO ICAHSStRAP Congress Fails to pass Budget Owing to Party Strife San Juan P R March 17 The extraordinary session of the Porto Rican legislature adjourned without having passed the budget The bud get failed of passage at the regular session and Governor Post having been given assurances that it would go through called an extra session The Unionist lenders however did not fulfill their undertaking Gover nor Post will now take up the situ ation with Washington The conflict between the house of delegates composed entirely of Union ists and the executive council arose from the efforts of the former to pass a law favoring the party The coun proposalTheand promised to pass the budget but during the extra session it used the budget as a club in an effort to force the hands of the council in the mat ter of the party law Rojas COnies to Washington Caracas March 17Pedro Ezequiel Rojas who Is regarded as the ablest diplomat in Venezuela has been ape pointed Venezuelan minister at Wash ington Senor GilBorgas has been made secretary of legation SWINBURNE WATCHES RIOTOUS REPUBLICS UucleSamto Keep Fleet In South ern Watersr Washington March 17 Because of the unsettled conditions existing in Central America it is thG intention of the administration to Jceej three United States wan vessels stationed in the waters on the we irllcoast lor u1 time at least These will include two armored cruisers of Ad miral Swinburnes fleet and the gun boat Yorktown The cruisers Maryland now at Aca jutla and the Washington now about to proceed for Aitapala will remain ADMIRAL SWINBURNE in Central American waters until relieved by two sister ships after the latter have completed their target practice at Magdalena bay In the event it Is nefcessary to maintain the warships in the Central American waters for any length of time all the vessels finishing their target practice will return to the south if necessary The presence of these vessels in the disturbed district itfs believed will have a beneficial effect HARMON SAYS NO Governor Vetoes Bill to Increase Sal aries of County Recorders Columbus 0 Mar h 17Governor Harmon on grounds of economy vetoed the bill passed by the legisla ture at its last session granting an Increase in salaries to county recorders throughout the state A strong newspaper campaign had been made against the bill as well as against two extending the terms of auditors and clerks which failed to pass The governor signed the general appropriation bill passed by the recent session of the general assembly appropriating 7600000 Among the big items was a total of 363000 for canals against which much agitation had been made MRS TEAL BEGINS SENTENCE Wife of Stage Manager Taken to Blackwells Island Now York March 17Mrs Marga ret ITeal wife of Ben Teal the stage manager was taken to the peniten tiary on Blackwells Island to begin serving the sentence of one year im posed upon her following her convic tion for attempted subornation of per jury in the Frank J douldHelen Kel ly Gould divorce cases Mrs Teal may hope for release from the prison in 10 months on the allowance for good behavior Crums Successor Is Named Washington Match HThe con test over the appointment of a collec tor of customs at Charleston S C which has b J wag dover the selec tion of Dr Willis D Crum was ter minated by the appointment by President Taft EQrd W Durant fo for the position Mr Durant is a white man andIt Is presumed xhis nomination will be confirmed in due courseof tini8J 1 = 1 ttr l J t OPERA HOUSE Strongheart jOnCof the scenes In Strongheart to be played on Thursday March 18 by Robert Gaillard which never fails to capture the applause of the pub lie shows the tri ing quarters of the Columbia College foOtball eleven during the intermission between the first and second halves of the seasons big game The scene forms an important item in the development of the story andthq author has been extensively complimented for the clever mann r in which jit has been handlccj f The managcmqnt has furnished a splendid company and an unusually complete scenic production Montana Perhaps one of the greatest knife duels ever witnessed upon the stage is seen in the famous last act of Montana The press auU the public throughout the United States have proclaimed this the most realistic and nerve inspiring battle ever seen So rcjjhstie is this fight that many have wondered how it was possible for Mr Adams and Mr Blcvins the participants jn question to come out ithout scratch A New York daily in speaking of the duel said It stir passes by far theone seen in The Wolfwhich was one of the seasons greatest successes This is only one of the many dramatic situtions seen in Montana which appears here next Saturday afternoon and night KILLS WOULDBESLAYER S A merciless murderer is Appendi citis with many victims But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by prevention They gently stimulate stomach liver and bowels preventing that clogging that invites appendicitis curing Constipation Billiousncss Chills Malaria Headache and Indi gestion 2Cc nt PhuhlipsDrui Store PLENTY OP COAL Anthracite Companies Have Eight Months Supply Above Ground Reading Pa Iarch 17Figures computed here show that there Is sufficient anthracite coal on the surface to supply the trade for the next eight months It is claimed that the Read ing company has at least 2000000 tons of coal at Its storage yards at Abrams Landingvllle and Mahoney City and that nearly 1000000 more tons will be added by the end of March DEATHS AND FUNERALS MrsWE Ball Mr Leslie Page of this city re ceived a telegram this morning from Somerset announcing the dea thof his mother Mrs YoE Ball at that place Tucsday night of lung trouble Mrs BulUformerly lived in this city and has n Kirge circle of friends here who will deeply regret to hear of her death Mrs Ball was also the moth er of Mr L B Ford who for a nunir her of years coifductdd a large fur niture store in this city The body will be brought to this city Wednesday at nnon tlUdn betaken to the family lot in the Vin chester cemetery for burial The ser vices will be conducted at the grave by Rev CE Crafton of the Washington Street Presbyterian church SKULL CRUSHED BY FALLING LIMB FALMOUTH K1nlch 17Wil Ham Gilleil who Works on the farm of Charles Doughterty of Double Beech this county met withwhat may prove to be a fatal accident He was engaged in felling a tree on the farm when a limb suddenly fell on his head At first he paid no attention to it but afterward he was forced to give up A doctor was call ed and after a careful examination- it was found that his skull was frac tured over his lefl eye The wound may provTfataI r s Money and Knowledge Money iand knowledge are wholly ftnlike in that th r teas knoWledf ont hS tile easier It Is to nick tip Ior ilcajo RecordH raldl j i IrSide Straps PumpsStayon AhIfeet are not shaped by natur e for the old style of pump The new sidestrap not only holds the pump fiiuily 011 the feet but it is one of the stylish features in our spring shoe fashions We alsbCau fit you to equally as popular Ties and Colonial Pumps ILeatlers Patent Suede Calf Kid Prices with high class shoemaking THE TEST bears the Stetson Name IEverStetsozi at firstglancelookhikeago a cheapmade hat may n Think of the mud and hill tax paid each year Stetsonweeks later poor will look while Stetson retain fine finish rich through Come Stetson McCord Smith Phillips rl Clark County INCORPORATED ConstructionCo I climbing Road mercas much On the Basis of Equipment and the ap 5r plication of Economical Business Methods we solicit the construc tion and repairing of all kinds and conditions of roads public private streets alleys Crushed and Boflaing Stone Always en Sale We purchase Dynamite Powder Cement and Sand car Sots and will be pleased sell same any quanitydesired The putting all classes Concrete specialty and satisfaction guaranteedJ HAHPTON CURTIS Cashier OOPP VPrcs FITCH Asst Cashier Clark County Natl Bank STAILI5tIDl BEING THE OLDEST BANK THE CITY Accounts Merchants Farmers and Traders Solicited Collections Made All Points CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 3t5OOOOOO GARAGE Bring me your automobile for repair or storage have uptodate Garage witha nice Waiting Room Ladies Chas Hagan t WincheterKy- iiOf Broadway anil Highland r but a few the hat old the will us fast color and its excellence of style straight the sea fson in get a We bare the Stetson Soft and Dctbr Hxu in the latest Styles No can costthe Far as a poor one 4 f or or b in to in in of of a I D B Prcs B F S D R IN of on f I I an for its all O r If A Boaof a carriage is all right it i anCjy matter to put new running gcanion it Or Just the other wayIt asimitna terial to us We know how to do eaifr riajje r pairing in all its hranche We also do One carriage painting anil rubber tiring i I STROTHER SC01E 1 W S DOLPHINTAILOR SHOP Clothes Gleaned Pressed S Retired We do Frencji Cleaning sad feummtcc Satisfaction Ladies Party Dresses a SiMblitty Give Us a TrIM and we d ifce rest AH called for and deXveretf 24 W CwtSh Home Phone 45 WbxtafttcprKy Soiyittimts He Ie Rams Horn Many a Mmirlio Is Jng 4ow lull tUaki1w IsLakI IC ei i v i S H ii HT T T if f J t 1 L 0 i1 dJ t Xj i pert C Mv A A 1 h tM lii 5r i t W l c jTc y r f fiGhr r r 7i o Ft ySItYXt y CiYf jJ iy rt fi S i1fE t X r t THEWINCHETcRNEWS tr f 1 l rp 0 p l It t Jf 7 iPersonal Libertyis the art of discrimination knowing what you do not want and leaving it alone Now we have what you want when you rwant USI CH BOWEN Jeweler and Optician t tlSOCIETSt Patrick j iA deeper green has settled upon the already established vouge when j the annual tribute of color was paid to day to the anniversary of the birthday qf St Patrick The sham r rock has already blossomed and r r4 many have adorned the lapels oft descendants of the Auld Sod lTothe average person St Patrick is a legendary being vaguely asso t ciated with the drivingout of snakes from Ireland But there are few historic characters more au thentic and whose influence has been more powerul and permanent He laid the foundation for Ireland to stand as the great center of reli dons influence in northern Europe and he is and always will be the dominant figure in 1 keystone in the btid IrelandtheI men passed from Irish liito Christianity So many PaganismI r irishmen have been nam the great saint that Pat has come to be a synonym for many i sons of Erin and young Iiish Americans are prone to be ashamed of the fact that they bear the name of Patrick They should be proud of it There is no name on earth that in its own legitimate meaning is more aristocratic The following toast was written by an i c lIrishman a long dhrink to St hi kJ An wan to Jarge Washington too For Jarge was the by who could not tell a lies encl PatitclLto11 only afew For Jarge was a truthful as daylight An Latin all liars an fakes t An Pat shpoke as thrue as Jurge Washington too Till he started to talk about snakes j PERSONALS The many friends of Steve Botto are glad to know he is able to be out again MrLucien Beckner was in Lex ington Tuesday Mrs Lee S Bowden returned to her home in Louisville after a de lightful visit with Pres and Mrs Ha K Taylor Mrs JB C Thompson continues seriously ill Mr Joe Rogers of Nasvhille Tenn spent Tuesday in town f Mr John Brown of Shelbyville pent Tuesday here Mis P B Winn who has been visiting her daughter Mrs Nichol as WiJliarns of Chicago returned home Tuesday night accompanied by Mrs Williams and little son Nicholas Jr Mr Dwight Pendleton and faimly have returned home from a lengthy sojourn iu Florida Mr Harry Rogers continues ri ously ill- NEAR DEATii IN BIG POND It was a thrilling experience to Mrs Ida Soper to face death For melintenseseveral times nearly caused my death All remedies failed and doctors said I was incurable Then Dr Kings New Discovery brought quick relief and a cure so permanent that I have not been troubled in twelve years Mrs ItISore Lungs Hemorrhages LaGrippe Asthma Croup Whooping Cough and all Bronchial affections 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Guaran teed by Phillips Drug Company For cut flowers see SHEARER THE FLORIST 218tf PROMINENT PEOPLE IN BIG SPELLING MATCH RICHMOND Ky March 17Theold fashioned spelling bee Irvclla t the court house Monday night by the Missionsito be one of the most enjoyable bylocalmission fee was ten cents and the large court room ws crowded to its utmost Over one hundred persons SlJeIlingold line blueback suelling book ProffN C McDougle of the Normal School giving out the words while Rev Hugh McLcIIan pastor of the First Christian church and R EL Turley cashier of the State Bank and Trust Company were opposite choos ers Miss Esie Million daughter of ex Judge E C Million of this city won the first prie of 150 and Miss Mary Boo the daughter of Prof I H Boothe of the Normal School was secondSo was this one that it tfas decided to have another one next Monday night the proceeds this time going towards the building of the new Christian church I PHe 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 and know we car ry the best to be had Do not be J isled by cheaper and iriferi j pr grades i V Remember Our Prices ARE RIGHT RWRounsavalI Co SOLE AGENTS i Ferndell Pure gds Chase 6 Sanborns Coffees Huylers CaniBai Prices Lard and Sausage SOTH PHONES No 40 i 4 fi or T JOHNSON EEKS MATCH Abandons Trip Home In Order to Meet Jeffries Face to Face a Chicago March 17Champion Jack Johnson stated that he had abandon ed his plano visiting Galveston his home at this time having just received a telegram calling him to New York where he expected to meet Jef fries for a talk Ive got a chance to meet Jeffries in New York and Im on my way he said to a reporter who met him in a telegraph office Ive just sent a second telegram to my mother telling her I cant visit her for two weeks or more I want to see Jeffries face to face If hes In the boxing game hell talk business We can accomplish more face to face on a business prop osition than can be done with a hun dred letters and telegrams Ive re ceived word that now is the time to catch him and Im not going to over look the chance Logan Remains on Reef Honolulu March 17The United States army transport Logan remains hard and fast on the reef inside this harbor where she struck while at tempting to enter her sUp last Satur day evening The combined efforts of two tugs a lighthouse tender and the British cruiser Cambrian have failed to float her- POLICE UNABLE TO CONTROL STRIKERS Court Takes Hand In Labor Trouble at Portsmouth 0 Portsmouth 0 March 17Com mon Pleas Court Judge Blair granted an injunction to the Selby Shoe com pany against 168 of its striking em ployes restraining them from picketing and otherwise interfering with the operation of this plant The or der is also directed against the local assembly Knights of Labor and Welt Lasters organization The injunction is the outcome of hostile demonstrations made by strike sympathizers the past few days against nonunion employes while on their way to work The police have been powerless to check the disturbances which have occurred In different parts of the city and the courts action places the sit uation within the jurisdiction of the county authorities The strike lead ers have made an appeal to the mem bers to refrain from all lawlessness STUDENTS DUCK THIEF Take Prisoner From Officers and Order Him to Leave Town Morgantown W Va March 17I After his rooms had been searched and a number of articles said to have been stolen from other students had been discovered Ralph McCuje a stu dent in the West Virginia university was seized by a mob of 400 students as he was being taken to jail and was escorted to the Monongahela river where he was ducked in the icy watersThe mob then dragged the youth from the river and placed him upon an impromptu platform He is said to have confessed many petty thefts After this he was ordered to leave the city He obeyed DID NOT HOLD CONFERENCE Harriman and Railroad Magnates Meet at Pasadena by Chance Pasadena Cal March 17No cor ference of the 65 railroad officials representing the various Harriman lines who have been here for the last two days will be held Several mem bers of the party have already left and Mr Harriman will leave Thurs day The latter reiterates his state ment that he is in California merely for a rest Express Faith In Donnelly Toledo 0 March 17As an evi dence of their respect for him and that they have not lost faith in him as a jurist despite his recent indict ment by the Lucas county grand jury every attorney at Defiance 0 has signed a communication to Judge Donnelly asking that he preside as usual at the circuit court which opens Tuesday THE MEAT Of IT Harry Clarke and Meredith Hamil ton hotel proprietors at Buckeye Lake 0 were fined 100 each for selling liquor in dry territory Mgr John Farley has been appoint ed bishop of the Roman Catholic dio cese of Cleveland Of by the pope Clarence Steele of Lima 0 was fatally injured by falling from a third story window striking his head on the pavement Fred M Varney former cashier of the Spmersworth N H National bank has been sentenced to five years in prison on his confession that he stole 85000 from the bank To call a man a liar in the state of Georgia is to commit a breach of peace and means a fight according to a state supreme court decision Ac unsuccessful attempt was made to assassinate Mayor Adams of Pass Christian Miss Fire In the business district of Dal Igs Tex did damage to the extent of 85000 the Dyst rbach Dry Goods company being tbft heaviest loser j J IS WILLSON NOT IMPROVING RAPIDLY Governor and Her Friends Are Much Worried Over Her Condition FRANKFORT Ky March 17 wife of the Gover nor who was injured in the runaway accident of Sunday afternoon is not improving so rapidly as her friends would desire Mrs Willson is still hertiback and it is still feared that her spine may have been injured by the fall Dr John G South one of her phy sicians says he does not think that she has suffered any permanent in jury but he can not tell for several days yet and in the meantime the Governor and Mrs VilIsons friends are worried Mrs Willson spent a very restless night last night and suf fered greatly from the effects of the shock to her system Tier back caused her the most trouble although her broken arm is still giving her great pain The Governor said this morning that he was hopeful that Mrs Will sons injuries had not been permanent or serious but he could not say yet Governor Willson is constantly atthe bedside of his injured wife and is doing everything that can be done for her THE LURID GLOW OF DOOM was seen in the red face hands and body of the little son of II M Ad ams of Henrietta Pa His awful plight from eczema had for five years defiedall 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 tric Bitters completely cured him For Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Sores and all Blood Disorders and Rheumatism Electric Bitters is su preme Only 50c Guaranteed by Phillips Drug Company TO BE MARRIED WEDNESDAY Miss Gay Thomson and Mr Ira Bright are to be married Wednesday night at Columbus Ga Miss Thomp son is well known to a good many peopleotQl s cityxas she has vis ited number of times Miss Joe BoSAYclI of this city is one of the bridesmaids MR JACK HAMILTON ILL Mr Jiack amilton is quite illat the home of IHs sister Mrs Gordon Stevenson TURNER MURDER CASE IN HANDS OF JURY I Noted Trial in Breathitt County at an EndInvolved Killing of Man During an Election JACKSON Ky March 17 James Turner a member of one of the most prominent and influential families of this county was on trial yesterday in the Breathitt Circuit Court on the charge of murder At the primary election last August Turner was an active supporter of Judge J P Adams for the Republican nomination for Circuit Judge while Nathan Arrowwood was a supporter of Judge G W Gourley The two young men became involved in a difficulty near the voting place at Ca noe Fork in which Turner after he had been hit in thin head with a rock shot and killed Arrowwood Court adjourned for the day immediately after the close of the argument of counsel and the case is now in the hands of the jury for consideration OLD MENS DINNER Nineteen Guests Each Over Seventy Years Old at Unique Elk ton Celebration ELKTON Ky March 17 DrL T McKinney was the host at a unique function here It was on old mens dinnerb limited to those who had attained the age of seventy years Nineteen were pres ent whose ages aggregated 1412 years or an average of about sev entyfive years Elder W R Mobley the widelyknown minister ftthe Christian church was the oldest man present his age being eightyfive years und ten days The occasion was in celebration of the ninetythird birthday anniversary of Dr McKin neys father the late Dr Guy W McKinney of Trigg comity Now isrthetime to sow yonr clover and timothy and oats See us for firstclass seed J R MARTIN COAL aid SUPPLY COMPANY 3174t1 THE HEWS by nift SSyuiv rjj Toof If 4fet I mk Winchester 18March The Mightiest Theatrical Achievement of Modern Times ROBERT GAillARD I- NStrongheart I The Great College Play Magi cally Transferring to Your Self that Exciting Life on the Football Fiel- dPRICES 5Oc to 150 Seats on sale Monday at 9 a m at CookNunnalley Drug Store Opera House SATURDAY MARCH 20th Matinee and Nig- htComing MOolaoaWITH Miss Frances Hopper A Romance of the Western Plains Sequel to David Belascos Girl of The Golden West original New York castSPECIAL MATINEE First time at popular prices See the Great Knife Dual The Realistic Mine Explosion Night Downstair Prices 7550 35 Gallery 25 Matinee Downstairs children 10 cents adults 25 cents That Tobacco Money We are surely getting some of it as OUR TRADE IS LARGER- in the HIGHER GRADES of WORK than ever before given us in this City YOU WILL UNDERSTAND IT when you see our new work Special Rates on Enlargement PORTRAITwork House Views Home Pictures Finest of Post Cards and Photo Novelties B S BARRETT 9 22 No Main St GOOD PLACE FOR OLLIE JAMES Will Be Recommended For Place on the Ways and Means Committee By Clark WASHINGTON March 17Con gressman Ollie James of Kentucky will be recommended for a picae ton the Ways and Means Committee hy Champ Clark the Democratic leader of the House hisis regarded as a splendid recognition and if Clarks recommendation is honored itwill give Kentucky a good deal of pres tige Kentucky already is represented on that other great committee of the House the Committee on Appro priations Mrs James appointment will date if made from the begin icing of the regular session next trntert il rI ref r T r SaoT st T jttktr- y 1 ff ie t l e ey a 1e QJf f ifern e r c t ItWtT Qe 01 VO1eT arastaT1- t tare av1 O eOT1t8o n 8011 ave apt lee se ELEGANCE represented and consideration of all- FURNITURE BUYERS as we do in large quantities we are able quote very lowest prices con sistent with fine qualityIThe Winn FurnitureWe Give S H Green Trading Stamps DWELLING INVENTORIES FREE WE WILL SEND A HANDSOME DWELLING HOUSE INVENTORY FREE TO ALL WHO WILL MAKENRITTEN APPLI CATIONS FOR SAME AND IF DESIRED WILL SEND OUR SOLICITOR TO ASSIST IN MAKING THE INVENTORY IT IS A VALUABLE AND USEFUL BOOK AND ALL WJ3 CARRY INSURANCE ON THEIR HOUSEHOLD GOODS SHOULD HAVE ONE JOUET1S INSURANCE AGENCY Conkwrifitit Transfer and lee Co Crating Handling and HauHngFir niture Pianos Etc a Specialty NOD North Mala Street Befit PHIIH COLORED COLUMN The public is invited to spelling bee and candy pulling at Clarkes 1L E church on Friday night for the benefit of the pastor 15Qand 100 will be given in prizes Admission ten cents for adults and five cents for children SUB C IBEJfQftitH NEW9rl- II o i 1 U difc trftn c 1 1tJyji SHE L i and variety in our present stock of Furniture claim the Buying to the Go HOUSE attention IM er en n 5amey b vn are g an tOkkt tit 1P5 xt eJl1U- tttEtir tiSSE- GILBERT BOTTO FOR Fresh Cured Meats Fisk Vegetables Cavalry FrrivM 1 BOTH HONK OTIIA MUSI BLOCK PROFESSIONAL CAllS J M STEVENSONr at Attorney At Law l 16I S Main St Winctestaty Ky I PENDLETOK BUSH tBUSH Attorneys At Law MaHi St winferIOS TRY AJIEwS wiy r jjrdlTIIEElT- t 1J 1 r tr fjO r t S Se r i c f t I If 1 I 4kc J t i J l JW Fttt FHr1i 1 L l f THEWINCHESTERNEWS 72 L i g I i IteR tf J JNflNITL V i t t i3DWrnmoccI erlThey silent after that and Amelia sat with her elbow on the arm of her chair her chin in her hand meditating gloomily on her ruined dinner rIf you did any good by being inI ppHties sh said as if speaking to 1ler elf BuTt I foil to see what good you do What good do you do She lifted her head suddenly and chal lenged him with A high look Wellhe said spreading his hands hIlot course if you dont care enough toloOkIn the newspapers But how could I MorleysaIdf Amelia How was I to know where lib look r Why In the Springfield dispatches I began by reading the papers Amelia LaidtBut really now Mary ypu know I couldnLfind anything in them about you The most important work in the legislature isnt done in the newspa pers said yernon with a significance1 that was intended to hide his incon latency There are committee me Ings and conferences and caucuses it is there that policies are mapped put and legislation framed H0 spoke darkly as of secret ses sfdns held at night on the upper floors of hotels attended only by those who had received whispered invitations But If you must be in politics she said why don tyou do something big something great something to make Wed Know All the Diplomats a sUr Show your friends that you are really accomplishing something Am 1Isat erect and gave a strenu ous gesture with one of her little fists clenched Her dark eyes showed the excitement of ambition But Vernon drooped and placed his hid wearily to his brow Instantly Amelia started up from her chair Does that light annoy you 1 Her tone was altogether different from her ambitious one She was stretching out a hand toward the lamp and the white flesh glowed red between her fingers held against the light Never mind said VernonuIt doesnt bother me But Amelia rose and twisted the shade of the lamp about and then as she was taking her seat again she went on I suppose itll be worse then ever aftrafter wreflxried She fal mlldnglittleing the effect with a sidewise turn of her butt Vernon bent over and took both her hands inuhis WashingtonThereas there was in the inclination of her bead t f tIlt shall be Washington dear he x Mid 1 Amelias eyelids foil and she blushed again even in the glow the Iamp shed upon her taco They wer silent for a moat aud then suddenly she looked up Washington would be everso much better jrMorley she said I should tejitem if that really amounted tosome thing Wfed know all the diplomats and Ia4 in that atmosphere you would fepiie great man i TvillV fiJNir I wIflh9 declared t it win all for you 1 HAPTEL f When yeraoa went into the senate th morning and saw th- e3d4tseying m Ms desk he smiled and picktog it up raJsed Iteagptoy to fiis face But whe Ke glfnced abut ke chajebef udaw tKat rose Ja 6yert other c his mile was enly Iostjna stare of amaaxeat 01 tee perhaps flowers had eit JI ss4by it HrH Qa the desks o e rffift s but nyer rf c 3 ttf 1ttt51 + 124tdyI 19 r =Bad a forth distribution at once so modest and impartial been made before Several senator already in their seats saw the check this impar tiality gave Vernons vanity and they laughed Their laughter was of a tone with the tinkle of thecrystal prisms pf the chandeliers chiming in the breeze that came through the open windows The lieutenant governor was just ascending to his place He dropped his gavel to the soundingboard his desk The senate wiirbe in order he said 7 l The chaplain rose and the hum of voIces in the chamber ceasedVTnen while the senators stood with bowed hejds Vernon saw the card that lay on the desk beside the rose Two little sparkiedglazed surface ot the card Vernon read it where it lay Will the Hon Morley Vernon please to wear this tosie today as a token of his intention to support and vote for honse joint resolution No 19 proposing an amendment to section econstttuJlonThe again at the chaplains Amen New way to buttorihole amant eh said Vernon to Bull Burns who liad the seat next Vernons Whats ft all about anyway Vernon took up his printed synopsis of bills and resolutions Oh yes he said speaking as much to himself as to Burns old man Amess resolution Then he turned to the calendar There it washouse joint resolution No 19 He glanced at Burns again Burns was fastening his rose in his buttonhole So youre for it eh he said To hell with It Burns growled in the gruff voice that spoke for the First district In trying to look down at his own adornment he screwed his fat neck fold on fold into his low collar and then with a grunt of satisfaction lighted a morning cigar But Vernon began surprises multiplying He looked about the chamber The secretary was reading the journal of the preceding day and the senators were variously occupied reading newspapers writing letters or merely smoking some were gathered in little groups talking and laughing But they all wore their roses Vernon might have concluded that house joint resolution No 19 was safe had it not been for the inconsistency of Burns though inconsistency was nothing new In Burns Vernon ventured once more with his neighbor Looks as if the resolution were as good as adopted doesnt Itt But Burns cast a glance of pity at him and then growled in halfhumor ous contempt The action stung Ver non Burns seemed to resent his pres ence In the senate as he always re sented the presence of Vernons kind in politics The rose still lay on Vernons desk he was the only one of the 51 senators of Illinois that had not put his rose on He opened his bill file and turned up house joint resolutfon No 19 Ite read It carefully as he felt a senator should before making up his mind on such an important even revolutionary measure He remembered that at the time it had been adopted in the house every one had no one with the exception of its author Dr Amps had taken it seriously Ames was known tobea crank he was referred to as Doc Ames usually as Old Doc Ames He had intro duced more strange bills and resolu tions than any member at that ses sion bills to curb the hpmeopatbists bills to annihilate English sparrows bills to prohibit cigarettes bill to cur tan the liquor traffic and now this resolution providing for the submission ot an amendment to tIm consti tution that would extend the electoral franchise to wOmen I His other measures had received little consideration he neyer got any of them out of committee But on the female suffrage resolution he had been obdurate andwhen witha ma jority so bare that sick men had to be borne on cots into the house now and then to pass its ipeairesthep- arty had succeeded weeks Of agony in framing an apportionment bill that satisfied every ne Dr AmeS had seep his chance He hid flatly refused to vote for the reapportion mont act unless his womansuffrage resolution were first adopte iTo Te Continued Confounded Napoleon When Marshal Bernadotte was offered the Swedish throne Napoleon bitterly opposed the Idea It was a simple nswer which queled the em pfrarS aatagonkm What said Ber B8grerthat f y ii kr2r I t t i T T BAAN WAR TT INEVITABLE si v Berlin Takes filoomy View of Situation MAY C orY TlIlN WEEK Austria Prepares Ultimatum to Ser via Limiting Time For Presentation of Represehtatlons and Unsat Jsfactory Reply Is Expected to Pre cipitate Clast at ArmsRussian Minister Warns Servian Govern ment to Be Cautious Berlin March 1VPrivate advices received rhere from Vienna represent the situation between Austria and Servia as one of extreme gravity It is said in authoritative quarters that Austria wilt send within a few days an ultimatum to Belgrade fixing a very short period for an answer to her representations If the answer is Unsatisfactory It Is declared war is inevitable and may break out by the end of the week The Berliner Tageblatt learns that the Russian foreign minister M Is wolsky has issued instructions to the Russian minister at Belgrade to warn the Servian government to avoid carefully everything that might be in terpreted as challenge to war Nevertheless diplomats here regard the danger of war as most acute INSPECTS HIS OUTFIT Former President Roosevelt Also Tries Guns on Private Range Oyster Bay N Y March if With a member of the firm which supplied a greater part of his outfit for the African hunting trip exPresident Roosevelt made a careful inspection of the articles Mr Roosevelt saw his small tents pitched on the lawn and everything put in order for occu pancy Every detail of the outfit was gone over and in a number of in stances deficiencies were pointed out by Mr Roosevelt s Before finally packing his guns Mr Roosevelt took them out to his target range and discharged each half a dozen times It Is said he succeed ed in hitting the bullseye in a major ity of the shots McCarthy Appears In Court Toledo 0 March It Another in dictment in connection with the af fairs of the defunct Ohio German Fire Insurance company came to light when George O McCarthy a department manager of the company was produced in court He was jointly in dicted with Judge Michael Donnelly president of the Ohio German on two counts of aiding and abetting embezzlement McCarthy was released on bond IRON WORKERS MEET Delegates Discuss Proposed Reduc tions In Wages Reading Pa March If A confer ence of the national officers of the Amalgamated Iron and Steel Workers and delegates representing the eastern district of the organization con vened here for the purpose of dis cussing the proposed reductions announced by various iron companies of the eastern section of the United States The delegates represent near ly 10000 iron workers Morses Fortune Dissipated New York March iLMrs Charles W Morse wife of the former banker and ice company promoter confirmed the report that her husbands fortune had been entirely dissipated and that she had had to sell her furs and jew els in Order to meet the obligations incurred by him in the form of law yers fees as a result of his recent trial I cheerfully sold everything in my possession that anyone would buy said Mrs Morse- Bloodhounds Trail Prisoner Springfield 0 March fAfterknocking down the sheriffs wife and a female attendant who stood in his path Alfred Frey colored leaped through a window in the county jail here and escaped Bloodhounds were secured and a posse headed by Sher lIT Lawrence was guided by the dogs to the north of town Cir Judge Resigns Philadelphia March 3l Judge George M Dallas of the United States circuit court for the Third judicial circuit has sent his resignation to President Taft Under the law he was eligible tp retire but the an noul cement of his resignation was unexpected Wbria Pleads NotGuilty New York March iSThe Press Publishing company publishers of the New York World pleaded not guilty before Judge Holt in the federal court to the charge of criminal libel in West Point and the New York post office in the Panama canal caso TJfn Plant Resumes Monday Newcastle Pa March COrders- were received by Superintendent Bert Ross of the Greer tin plant to begin operations in lull next Monday thorn Jng SixteerT hundred employes who have been Idla since last June will be given work IV A t i t iy fro = 1IeWINCHESTER UINCORPORATED I 6 === 1 i 1zIu HART PREPARES CHARGE 2 CooperShaiV Trial Will Soon Be In Hands pf Jury Nashville Tenn March 1GAttor ney General McCarn concluded his closing argument in the CooperSharp trial for the murder cf Former United States Senator Car ack He said i- npartl have shown ou physical facts that Senator Carindck had been shot in the back Dont forget that He was shot in the back he was shot from behind from the back They ask us for our theory Well gentlemen my theory is that the bul let which came out ol tJarmacks mouth entered the back And it Is no more chivalrous to shoot a dead man in the back than to shoot a live one That bullet is the only one that ranged up two bullets ranged down ward Now you shoot a man as he is falling and the shots do not range upward No gentlemen these men are not only assassins of Carmack but they Pore cowardly assassins When Attorney McCarh had concluded Judge Hart announced ho would prepare tha charg6vls rapidly as possible and adjourned court Burglars Visit Marlon Store Marion 0 March 16ABy means of a rope burglars descended through the skylight of the store ot Warner Edwards Silks yalueiL at pevera1 hundred dollars were stolen NAVY WILL SPAN ATLANTIC OCEAN Contract Let For MDst Powerful Wireless Apparatus I Washington March 1I33 an agreement reached by Secfetary Aiey er and representatives of the- National Electric Signalling company of Pittsburg the naval establishment is to be furnished under contract with wireless apparatus which will trans mit messages for a distance of 3000 miles day or night and two ships are to be furnished with similar apparatus capable of sending messages for a distance of 1000 miles The apparatus it is said will be 30 times as powerful as those In ordi nary use This wilt enable the department to communicate with its vessels practically acnoss the Atlantic ocean and if successful will mark one ot the greatest achievements in naval practice Bryan and Senatorship Chicago March 1O 7 William J Bryan in an interview here impress ed his auditors with the idea that he will be a receptive if nOt ha active candidate for the United States sea ate from Nebraska in 1911 to succeed Elmer J Burkett Republican Nebraska has adopted the Oregon plan of popular elections said Mr Bryan I dont know yet whether I will be a candidate A senatorship I aspired to even when a boy If there seems to be a good chance to elect to the senate from Nebraska some other Democrat It will please ale better than to be a candidate myself Robbers Chloroform Woman Bellaire March 1C Two mask ed men entered the home of Henry Lohr on Wheeling Island and at the points of revolvers threatened to kill the inmates if they made an outcry The intruders then locked Lohr in a bedroom and took Mrs Lohr to an other room in the house where they chloroformed her The home was then ransacked and many valuables were taken Cremated In Smokehouse Anderson Ind March 16Mrs Mary Helms 78 was burned to death In her smokehouse where she was curing meat Her cries were heard by her blind husband and he groped his way to her side but could not help her He was painfully burned Standard Fined at buffalo Buffalo N Y March Federal Judge Hazel denied an arrst of Judgment and fined the Standard Oil com pany 20000 in the suit of the gov ernment against the trust for re bating jdj tHas Almost a Monopoly Quebec supplies 90 iercemt7bf th Worlds supply of asbestos y CS3 1 tAt- You are always welcome to come here and examine our eteiisfve line of doors sashes wainscoting and other high grade mill work It is work of which we are proud Every detail is carefully construct ed by mill experts the sawing planing finish and general cabinet work is unsurpassed JOur prices are pretty low considering Vej ask your inspection VALUABLE POSTAL v INFORMATION J S McKinley of Orient Okio jrcsident of the Ohio State League oij Postmasters has prepared and is sued the following information with regard to the postal service and how the people may help When you address your letters orI cards with a lead pencil see that the address is plainly written Most let ters lost are improperly addressed you had hotter use a pen and ink When you address a letter see that you spell the name of the town cor rectly Many postoffices have similar names Dont write Gin for Cincin nati or Col for Columbus When you address a letter or card leave room for the stamp and post mark in the upper right hand corner Postmarks often blur your address Do not put writing in newspapers n packages if you do the matter be comes firstclass mail and you must pay letter postagetwo cents an ounce or you are liable to a fine 10 ofI Written or typewritten letters ed in unsealed envelopes are subject to the same rate of postage as when sealedtwo cents an ounce Post cards in transparent enve lopes will go at the rate of one cent ifunsealed provided there is nothing more tha n the address of the one to receive it and and the name of the sender Stamp must be placed on envelope and not on card when enclosed in transparent envelope Post cards containing writing and inclosed in transparent envelope whether sealed or unsealed must bear a twocent stamp and the stampj must be placed on the stead of the card Send money by postoflice money order for if it is sent in this manner if lost in the mails the Post Office Department will issue you another order Send valuable papers or merchan disc by firstclass registered mail for the Post Office Department will make good any loss in the mail not exceeding 2f Patrons of postoffice can get better service by renting a box If you have a box the postmasters work is lightened and yourmail is not handled or looked over like it is in the general delivery The Post Office Depart ment makes great conveniences for you so do not hesitate to help in re turnWhen you mail a letter or package see that its substantially done up The rapid handling of the mails some times destroys a poor envelope or covering of a package and your mail is thus lost You should put your name and postoffice on the package and if not delivered it will be returned to you but you will have to repay the post age unless it is firstclass When you move to another post office notify the postmaster from our former postoffice to forward your mail and notify the publishers of your papers that you have changed your postoffice Letters from the pension agency can be delivered to the memIbelauthorized to receive the mail If you have friends visiting you have their mail sent in your pare Use an ordinary size envelope and have on it your return card if it is not delivered it will be returned to you and not goto the Dead Letter Office as thousands of letters do If you receive a letter bv mistake and it is not yours dont open it but return it promptly and if you do open write on envelope opened by inistakej and sign your name uiutcning at a Straw Gaston burst like a whirlwind In upon his friend Alplionse JWill you be my witness he cried Going to flghtV No going to get married reilIcan r i 0 i t4 r yourfilpttilDfer next us behappy I i L Peoples State BankCAPITAL 5100 000JThis bank began busmess less than three years ago i in the of the Notwithstanding the hard times there has IIon growth fro the start in the number t in the volume business We Ienroll new names every We want yours You are corrlially imited to open account with us Per Bonal to J HCDGKIN L President L B LL Vice President IJ THE MUM Of irJ Guthrie Powers 19 homeless and without work ended hjs Jife at In Ino drinking carbolic acid Henry Karcher 19 was killed while trying to stop a fight which was dis turbing a revival meeting at New Matamoras O Williams Rodgers Cleveland 0 one of the largest department store owners in northern Ohio have had their affairs placed in hands of a raceiver Two persons fatally and nine seri ously Injured is the record of a gas explosion in the Salvator Balsano fruit store at St Joseph Mo The Louisiana supreme court has upheld the Locke law prohibiting gambling on racetracks More than 2000 patients in nois insane asylum have been vacci nated to prevent the spread of small pox The Maryland Steel company announces a 10 per cent wage reduction effective April 1 John J Ryan Cincinnati sporting man has settled with the estate of Ignatz Worflack who was killed by his by the payment of I3J48 KENTUCKY FAIRS I9tWf Clark 3rd 4 Days Scott county July 27th 4 days Blue Grass Lexington August 9th 6 dayS A V Rock nst1e county August 183 daysBourbon county September 7th 5 days State Fair Louisville September 13th 6 days Lincoln county July 21 3 days Spencer county August 10 4days Mercer county August 12 3 clays Knox county August 18 3 days Ewing Ky August 19 3 days Shelby county Auirust 244 days Laurel county August24 4 days Boone county August 25 4 days If secretaries of fairs will kindly furnish dates we will carry them free of charge 1 Nourishment In Sugar It is said that there is 25 per cent more nourishment in sugar than any other food hatuan be purchased for the same money except wheat flour and corn The Tartars Manners When a Tartar invites an honored guest to dine with him he will take the guest by the ear and lead him to the tabler Charity and Lpve Without dew and light flowers fade Charity ad love are the dew and light of the human h rtrMmde GnU r8 f i i cj UiIt htA I2 k i 44take time to thiidc 9f f for your contract and when you do think of us If you dont know get acquainted at a once for we are folks you ought 10I knOv and you ought to know our lumber toowill to supply you with any grade at tIle fairest figures + n J beginning financial depres beenJofourand ofour week an attenion all busuiess M Cashier BROWN COCKR dianapolis by the the automobile County August supply t When You See Your Horse Going Into supplyingyoullwhipping better every day YOU tcan cfI1yourand grain find hell repay you haric t somely in both dispositien to work and ability to do it htf Purina CnicKen Feed ff Vulcan Plows Old Hickory Wagons J R Martin Coal andS RPly CB ICOUNT COURT DAYS l Belotwis a list pfthe clays County Courts are held each month in coun ties tributary to Winchester Anderson Lawrenceburg 3rd Mdn day 1f Bath Owingsville 2nd Monday Bourbon Paris 1st Monday f Boyle Danville 3rd Monday y t Breathitt Jackson 4th Monday CLARK WINCHESTER 4th Mo1 day Estill Irvine 3rd Monday rtFayette Lexington 2nd Monday j Fleming Flcmingsburg 4th Mdni day Franklin Frankfort 1st Monday Garrard Lancaster 4th 31dndai Grant Williamstown 2nd Mon day Harrison Cynthiana 4th Monda3 Jessamine NicholasviJle 3rd tfoh day itLincolnt MondaytMason MondayMontgomery Monday f MondayOwen MondayPowell Scott Georgetown 3rd Monday Shelby Shelby ville 2nd Monday fWoodford Versailles 4th Monda LrifEverywhile taking the part of a dude lna play would spepd large sums of his stage money On one of these pcciy sions it seemed too much for a cer tain person in the audience wlenic voice rang stirill and clear through the ho seHey Bill how aboat th lfive you owe me Jr First Mention of Playing Cards IThe earliest direct mention of play ing cards discovered so far is ia the History of the City of Vterbq The author quotes Covelluzzo who wrofo about the end of the fifteenth centui as follows In the year 1379 was brought into Viterbo the game if cards wltch comes from the country J of the Saracens and is with thee rcalled naib 4L 1 Daily Thought titbutshows littleness of mind Good tugs rejects nicety it treats little thin Y as little thlngSmd is not hurt theinFenelpn g Thoughtful Walter WaiterBe careful of the so i t gentlemen It is so hot that it KiSjft fscalded bothwy thwbib H fgwP fdorfer Blatter q T r j t b i U1 qt Jr hh t 4 f7 r 4 1 r rSI J j k i fi r dI f J tiE j t t is4 J 1ur ttr i r L n yT fc flf 7t 4v ir rr r tfx v1 Trt rfl WtKEJIEWS rR I r PI iltrloOlINC f4 FOR TRUUBLE- t r Nicaragua Professes Peace tt fill Motives r ty JS ON THE DEFENSIVE awl i Senor Esplnpza Has Talk With Sec- retarYr Knox and Explains Situation F In Central America United States Not Entirely Satisfied With Expla nation and Will Send More War s ships to Scene May Also Send Spe clal CO11 1issionertolnvestigate Washington March if Nicaragua through her minister here Senor Es kKnoxthat the and naval activity now in progress in that country is destined entirely for defensive pur poses that she does not contemplate making any attacks on her sister re publics and that conditions are quiet within her borders- Notwithstandin the ministers as sertion of Nicaraguas peaceful inten t tions toward her neighbors the ad ministration has decided to augment the naval force in Central American waters to a total of six vessels t The most significant news that reached the state department was about 6000 Nicaraguan troops were massed near the Honduran fron tier the chief scene of activity being in the neighborhood of Corinto where ard also concentrated four gunboats 1and other auxiliary craft A feature to the state department is the manner in which J Hr Gregory the secretary of legation at Managua whohas been ordered to Washington Is being treated From the dispatches it Is declared that the Nicaraguans are doing nothing to make his posi tion agreeable but that on the con trary there are evidences of hostility to him and it is understood here also that some of his dispatches have not reached him as promptly as they should An Impression exists that the state department max find it desirable to dispatch Acommissioner to Central America for the purpose of making a complete Investigation of the situa tion and endeavor to bring about an understanding between the conflicting eleincntbwhit a view to putting an end if possible to the danger of future complications Names mentioned in this eoririec Lion include Charles Magoon W I Buchanan who has just returned from a successful mission to Vene x zuela and Francis B Loomis W MARIE GOES BROKE American Actress Makes Failure of London Venture London March iThe liabilities of Marie Dressler the American ac tress who recently reopened the Ald wych theater but was compelled to abandon the enterprise within a few asxsets to 3000 according to estimates presented at a meeting of the cred itors The liabilities however do not include the unpaid salaries of her Company J Miss Dresslers solicitors said she Jbad sold ill herr jewelry to meet the which were paid at the end of the fin week and offered to make t over onequarter of her future earn rIns to the amount of 7500 Wounded Man Changes Story Monticello N Y March IfBer i nard Solomon who was found dying of wounds in his burning house and jjf who told the police he had been ate tacked by a neighbor named Berkb Witz has confessed that his wounds iwere selfinflicted He had become of life he said and after trying setfi1 Police SeIze Bogus Paintings havexf seized 30 paintings which bore the alleged forged signatures of Jean f Jacques Henner Narcisse Diax Gus tare Courbet and Felix Ziem all noted French artists The paintings were destined for sale at New York The Identity of the exporter who it is stated will be prosecuted has not b7i1dISclosed t Killed by Deputy Sheriff aa ChattanoogaTenn March I De Gat was t i shot and killed at Eastlake by Deputy Sheriff Morris the latter receiving a jearfulcutIn the throat from which he may die Baughm had been eject ed from a streetcar for disorderly conduct and resisted arrest by the officer Strike Gold In Ohio Massllion O March H Gravel r which assayists say contains 40 worth of told in every ton has been found In a farm at Beech Grope west of here The assay was made by the chemists at the Ohio State uniyersltyI The gold is found in part of a vein ot gravel r Speaker Kennedy Resigns compUrI J ance a resolution pfcKe by a 14 majority of its uiemb tri Kennedy of the house r dt elkOrI f Jtheresignation wasacMffa J J VI voce vote 7 it NEGROES DRAW COLOR LINE Johnsons Reception at Galveston Depends on Wifes Complexion Galveston Tex March IttThe homecoming of champion Jack John son who is scheduled to arrive here next Thursday is creating much ex citement among the colored population of this community Receptions and other functions rescheduled for Johnson but their con summation depends upon later devel opments Dispatches from Vancouver indicate that the champion is accom panied by a white wife and accord ing ta the leaders of the reception committee if this is found to be true Galveston colored folk will show their disapproval by calling off the enter tainment arrangements Committee men say that they consider the mar rying of a white woman by Johnson to be in violation of the laws and cus toms of the country of his birth Johnson Defends Wifes Color Chicago March 16 Johnson em phatically denied that his wife was a white woman Mrs Jr nson said the fighter is threefourths colored blood and I did not marry her in Australia Her maiden name is Hattie Smith and we were married in Mis sissippi about two and a half years ago Johnson will not go to Galves ton Tex his home town according to leis present plans GENERAL STRIKE IS GAllED IN FRANCE Telegraphers In Postal Depart ment Resent Insult Paris March ltrA general strike of the telegraphers of the postofflce department was declared following a meeting of the general association of postal telegraph employes at which 5000 were present The resolution to strike was voted without a single dis senting voice and orders were issued immediately for the withdrawal of all operators employed in the telegraphic bureau of the department The resolution recites that the strike action is taken as a protest against the arbitrary and tyrannical administration and that the decision was precipitated by an insult ad dressed by M SImyan undersacretary of posts and telegraphs to the out cials of the association ATHLETES TO COMPETE New York Athletic Club Holds Big Meet Tonight t IJew York March ItMore than 500 bl the country s best athletes as sembled from cities as far apart as Boston and Chicago and including all of the leading men of muscle and speed of this city will contend at the annual indoor meet of the New tfork Athletic club tonight In addition to all the prominent club amateurs a host of the best college track men will be seen from Yale Harvard Princeton Columbia Dart mouth aijd other colleges Tho program contains four relay races ten handicap events and four scratch races the latter being invita tion events and a 440 yard run and a mile walk for novices Sue For Priests Death Toledo 0 March 1 In a suit filed In common pleas court judgment for 10000 against the Lucas county commissioners is asked for tho death of Father George J Vahey of Cleve land who was killed in an automobile ctionsbroughtadministrator who charges that f the commissioners were negligent iDi repairing a washedout portion ort the road into which the automobile plunged and overturned killing the priest ETHEL BARRYMORE WEDS Husband Is Son of Prominent Rubber Boston March Manufacturer lfMiss Ethel Bar rymore the actress now appearing in Lady Frederick at the Hollls Street theater and Russell Griswold Colt of Bristol R I son of Colonel Samuel Pomeroy Colt for many years president of the United States Rubber company were married at the rectory of the Roman Catholic Church of the Most Precious Blood In Hyde Park Suicides Loved Same Girl Madison Ill March IV Robert Nichols committed suicide here at his home and will be buried beside his brother John who ended his life March 3 two days after Miss Beryl Somers Johns intended bride fatally shot herself Parental objections in terfered witi the lovemaking ot John Nichols and Miss Somers and It de veloped that Robert had also been in love with Miss Somers Castro Sets Date Dresden March 11Cipriano Cas tro former president of Venezuela will leave here on March 20 for Bor deaux He will remain at Cologne for two or three days on his way Senor Castro has again Declared His intention of proceeding to Venezuela Pension For Petrosinos Widow Albany N Y March HA special pension for Adelaide Petrosino wid ow of Detective Joseph Petroslno who was killed in Italy Friday night Is provided fnIJI1 introdiiced IB the general asembly f f i jr a HOUSE RULES ARE CHANGED Clarks Resolution For Re vision Is lost 1 FffifiERALD WINS DAY Minority Party Obtains Many Conces sions In New Order of Business Speaker Cannon Accepts Inevitably and Sees In Acceptance of Supsu tute For Missourians Plan a Tri umph fiver Bryan and Populism Will Ignore Democratic Leader Washington March 1QAfter one of the stormiest sessions in its his tory the house of representatives regardless of party alignment adopted 211 to 172 a resolution by Mr Fitz gerald Dem N Y whereby the rules were amended in several Impor tant particulars The resolution was a su stitute for one offered by Mr Clark of Missouri Its adoption was accomplished only after the insurgents with the aid of the Democrats with one or two ex ceptions hart won a decided prelimi nary victory by voting down a resolu tion by Mr Dalzell of Pennsylvania making the unamended rules of the Sixtieth congress applicable to those of the present congress The call of the roll on the resolution was fol lowed with Intense Interest Such was the fever heat of the measure that Clark of Missouri got into a spirited colloquy with Mr Dal zell who had mounted to the rostrum piinorityleaderdered away from the desk to which proceeding Mr Dalzell objected say Ing he had a right to know what the measure contained This incident led to a controversy with the speaker which lasted long enough for Mr Dal zell to get the Information he desired and he stepped from the platform and returned to his seat Shortly afterward when Mr Fitz geralds resolution was up Mr Fitzgerald was drawn into a colloquy with Mr Clark who desired him to yield for a question Much bitterness was displa d by the two men Mr Fitzgerald at first refused to yield He later did so but Mr Clark de clined his proffer of time remarking that the New York onembor would live to regret his action which called for the retort from Mr Fitzgerald that he was not to be scared by any threatsAs analyzed by parliamentarians the amendment inakes three important changes Fiat It establishes a calendar for unanimous consents the effect of which is to enable a member to have a proposition brought before the house without having to go to the speaker for recognition This change they say will be a relief to the speaker Second when consider ation of a bill is concluded and the previous question is ordered the rules heretofore provided for a motion to commit with or without instructions It has been the practice to recognize a member of the majority party to make this motion and thus prevent the minority from offering such instructions as it may desire The new rule gives the minority the preference in making such a motion and thus enables them to get a record vote on propositions wnich would otherwise be settled in committee of the whole house where no record vote ts possi ble Third it protects the calendar Wednesday by requiring a twothirds instead of a majority vote to set it aside Fourth it is also claimed that the amendment will have the effect of preventing favoritism by the ac tion of the committee on rules In special cases A prominent feature of the Clark resolution was an amendment provid ing for a committee of 15 members to revise amend and codify tho rules and much of the opposition to it was because of this fact As adopted the Fitzgerald amendment makes no change in the present method of the selection of the committee on rules which is made by the speaker nor Is there any change In the method of selecting committees Speaker Cannon is inclined to re gard the amendment as a slight Im provement on the present rules In that Instead of throwing the responsi bility for recognition on iiim it sets aside certain days for the consideration of measures under unanimous consent but he says under the new rules members will have to wait for those days In a conversation soon after the action of the house he commented freely upon the fact that Mr Bryan had interfered inthe Interest of the changes submitted by Mr Clak and spoke of the adoption of the Fitzgerald substitute as a triumph over the Bryan Yofces saying that the conserv ative Democrats who really want legislation had practically stood for the old rules with the amendments of fered by Mr Fitzgerald It was he saidr protest by the conservatives against Populism and all kindred things WILL IGNORc CLARK Gpfcer Cannon Adopts New Com jnittec Polis X WivshinKton March Y5 Only Via committet s of the hM will b- eJ1 ii named by Speaker Cannon for the present These will be ways and means rules printing mileage an 1 accounts The other committees will be announced about the time the special session is readyto adjourn- In making up the committees it is stated on reliable authority the speak er will consult with every member of the house who desires to discuss assignments with him This means that Minority Leader Clark will not enjoy the privilege accorded hsprc decessor John Sharp Williams of selecting the minority members The attitude taken by tao Democrats at a caucus after the house ad journed is in sharp conflict vith the new policy of Speaker Cannon A resolution was adopted to prevent members of the minority accepting appointment on any committee with out the previous approval of the pres ent minority leader Mr Clark Hale Names Committee Washington March 16 Senator Hale chairman ofthe Republican caucus of the senate announced the following as the membership of the Republican committee to select the standing committees of the senate Aldrich chairman Kean McComber Crane Flint Sutherland Curtis Borah and DIxon TO EMULATE SUNDAY Postoffice Robber to Prepare For Min istry In Prison Danville Ill March I= Announc- Ing his intention to become an evan gelist like Rev William Sunday Joseph McCarthy confessed in the fed eral court that he had blown the safe in the postofflce at Gale Ill and de dared that William Strong and Charts Gallagher who were arraign ed with him had no part in the rob bery McCarthy says he will cheerfully serve his sentence at Fort Leaven worth and in the meantime will prepare himsel to enter the evangelistic field on his release from prison DORANDO TOO SWIFT FOR JOHNNY HAYES Italian Runner Clinches Mara thon Supremacy New York March Before 10000 spectators a large majority of whom were his countrymen Dorando Pletri defeated Johnny Hayes m the rubber match for Marathon supremacy The race was at the regular distance 26 miles and 385 yards and was run over a 10lap track in Madison Square Garden Both men were in excellent condi tion and Dorando proved himself to be the matter of Hayes at the game of long distance running From the starters gun to the end of the race the Italian led the Amer ican boy throughout being spurred on by the cheers and plaudits of his emotional countrymen and winning by two laps Buckeyes Win Marathon Wheeling W Va March tTwobrothers from McClainsville 0 Jo seph and John Phillppson finished first and second in the Wheeling busi ness mens Marathon race of 10 miles Time l03l California Wants Beatty Sacramento Cal March 1DGov- ernor Gillette has issued a requisition on the Ohio authorities for tho return of George Beatty under arrest at Dayton for the alleged theft of 29 700 from the First National bank at Monrovia Cal Senate Defeats Local Option Sacramento Cal March 1Thelocal option bill was defeated in the senate by a vote of 12 to 25 Large cakes chocolate cocoanut and caramel for sale at the Winches ter Bakery 312Frilino IT SAVED HIS LEG uAll thought Id lose my log writes J A SWcnson Watcrtpwn Wis Ten years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure hjjd at last laid me up Then Bucklcns Arnica Salve cured it sound and well In fallible for Skin Ecuptions Eczema Salt Rheum Boils Ecvcr Sores Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 2uc at Phillips Drug Store To Save Time A small machino glass with mark- Ings indicating different numbers of drops will be found a great saving of time to every mother while the ac curacy of measurements by means of It is well worth taking into considera tion Looks That eDeceptlveI Dont trust the fellow whops a vacant look in a pier game He gen erally las a full house Philadelphia Record Live in helkHledInside of the body of wWch wasaisquirrel not lultefl ail Cinnamon and Parker House rolls WinchestcrlBakei f I Time For More Printing I a II HAC3A1M ND I Sold Under a Guarantee AWRJYEFOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES HAGAN m s m WI KY Herrings Used for Manure Herrings are largely used In Japan for The average ex 183000 ton is this fertilizer l 1 err 11r iiiii 1rj t 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Military Preparations- r Vienna March 17The bourse was again greatly depressed by fears of the outcome of the Servian difficulty A The situation is officially admitted to be extremely grave The emperor received Baron Von Aehrenthal AustroHungarian minis terof foreign affairs and Dr Wo- keke the Hungarian premier with whom he conferred at length on Ser vias unsatisfactory reply to the Aus troHungariannote of March 6 As a result of this conference Austria will dispatch a note tovServia before thee end f the week demanding a clear explanation of Servias intention In the meantime to emphasize this demand the 66 battalions in Bosnia now on a peace footing will be raised to a war footing which is equivalent to an additional 40000 men Action in this direction has already been fofficePublic excited ahd the belief is strong among Aus trians that the country is on the eve of war Throughout the dual mon archy there is a violent feeling against the British Russian and French policy which has the appear aspirationscreased by the fact that the newspapers have been forbidden to pub lish anything concerning the military preparations k CHANLCR IS EXONERATED eJury Says He Killed Man to Saver Womans Life Charlottesville Va March 17 Armstrong Chanler engaged inascuffle for possession of his revolver with Gillard an Englishman at his country home Merry Mills at Cob ham Va during which the revolver x was discharged and Gillard was killed Chanler was fully exonerated of all blame by a coroners jury which investigated the case Gillard came to Virginia about two years ago from Australia and was living within three miles of Merry Mills His wife sought Chanlers pro tection from her husband who it is alleged had beaten her and had threatened her life Was Interesting Career Washington March 17John Arm strong Chanler has had a picturesque career in the past few years He is the former husband of Amelia Rives now Princess Troubetskoy Mr Chan ler was confined for some time in an insane asylum in New York state and leaving that institution after a hard fight for his liberty sought restora tion to valuable property of which he claims he was illegally deprived during his Incarceration His case has is xbeen before tho courts and some sensational charges were made in the Depositions taken in the case some nt1isago at Charlottesville DEFENDS LOCK CANAL Colonel Goethals Submits Report on jjl Progress of Work Washington March 17A strong defense of the present plan of build ing a lock canal at Panama not only because it is deemed more desirable than a canal built on sea level but because of the saving in time and mbney is contained in a special re- I port of Lieutenant Colonel George W r engirtnee1r of the isthmian canal commis t sion The report which is an exhaustive onedeals with every phase of the canals construction and in it Colonel Goethals handles without gloves those critics who he says are predict Jug nothing but disaster and failure to the enterprise WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS xTho oldes anil best institution in the countY is the Winchester Roller Mills Why note use home flour the best made Kerr perfection and White Pearl flour has no equal j Ter me out of this paper put me in your watch pocket I will re t jiind you early in the morning yourYbusinessprotected Do you know When your present policy expires V W BUSH 6 COMPANY want your busi i Inus Get one of our good old com i ivies between you and fire and r f you will rest e4sy Office M S i Main Street Telephone No 145 fcYsa Jt syr ar s cq trL i r GREAlBANOUEf TOI WM PRESTON KIMBALL ExCongressman From Ashland Dis trict is Honored By His Neighbors LEXINGTON Ky March 17The citizens of Lexington last evening paid a compliment to the Hon Wil liam Preston Kimball who on March 3 closed his term as Congressman such as has never before been grant ed by neighbors andlifelong asso ciates to any man in the Ashland dis trict on his retirement from service in the national House of Representatives As Mr Kimball himself said it was something new in the history of the country for a defeated can didate to be given an ovation by his friendsBanquet at Phoenix Hotel The tribute padi by the citizens of Lexington to Mr Kimballs services in Congress and the testimonialof their faith in and devotion to liim was expressed in the form ofa magnifi cent banquet at the Phoenix Hotel tonight at which nearly 200 guests representing prominent men not only of Lexington but of the congressional district and of Kentucky gathered around the board The banquet it self was the most expensive of the kindwhich has been given here in recent years the cost being approximately 5 a plate Judge J Rogers Clay Commissioner of the Court of Appeals presided as toastmaster and the formal responses to toasts were as follows The Public Servant Hon Wil- Liam Preston Kimball Lexingtonthe Home of Pres Kimball Mr George R Hunt The Intellectual Organization Mr J Lawrence McCoy Who Pres Kimball Is Judge James H Mulligan DUMB BEASTS FRIEND DEAD 17GeorgeTliorinnimals and the leader in the hu jnanq educational movement in the Liiiied States died here yesterday aged eightysix years He had been in failingshealth for a long time SUITS HIM EXACTLY Gov Willson To Serve On Committee Urging Change in Inaugu ration Date FRANKFORT Ky March 17 Governor Willson has agreed to serve on a national committee which has for its purpose the changing of in auguration day to the last Thursday in April He received a letter from Henry B McFarlandi chairman of the committee asking him to serve The Governor agreed to do heartilyin NARROWMINDEDNESS Several clays ago we received through the mails an anonymous communication signed A Subscriber in which was enclosed a picture of President Taft clipped from last weeks issue of the News Owing to the narrowspirited sen timent reflected in the commounica tion which possibly may thoughtlessly be endorsed by other readers of the News we violate an ironclad rule with regard to anonymous let ters by publishing its contents with the hope of creating a broader sen timent as to the meaning of true Democracy x The communication referred to reads Mr F M Thomason Dear Editor 1 will kindly mail you Taf fs picture Iurn so sorry to see such a picture take up so much good reading matter in your paper Imean Democrat paper as you claim to be a DemocratSincerely yours SUBSCRIBER Fqr rank partyiin and narrow minded patriotism we pronounce subscriber as being the limit Whether the writer was really of fended or not by seeing President Tafts picture in the News we have no way of judging j but the fact that such narrowness S logs yet exist in some degree is to be greatly deplored While we claim to be a Democrat possibly a partisan yet we are first an American citizen and shall always reserve the privilege to duly honor any citizens selected to the highest office within the gift of the people by a majority ypte whether he be in name Democrat Republican or what notSpeed the day when true Democ racy ispeasured the broad scales of the great principles of the party rather than by little narrowmind ed partisan views as reflected by SubscriberT1ie Georgetown News SUBSCRIBED f RTHE NEWS iffIt t i Y r r VJVrr vsT ENDS LIFE IN SAlOON Proprietor Slashes Throat After Deprived of Revolver Indianapolis Ind March 17 While busy behind the bar of his saloon Frederick P Elstwd stopped work suddenly and killed himself with a butcherknife used on the lunch coun ter He first topk a revolver from a drawer and would have shot himself had not the barkeeper wrested the revolver from him Elstrod then walked to the end of the bar and before the barkeeper or any of his patrons could stop him he seized the knife and with both hands drew it backward and forward across his throat nearly cutting off his head It is supposed he was demented CUBAN REPUBLIC IS FACING REBELLION Rural Guards Start Trouble In Santa Clara Province Havana March 17The first armed uprising against the new Cuban republic occurred within a little more than six weeks after the Inauguration of General Gomez as president How serious the movement is it is impossi ble to determine at present all tnat is known being that a sergeant of the rural guard stationed at the town of Vueltas in Santa Clara province with a party of seven men some other members of the rural guard and a number of peasants took to the woods and that the troops are in ac tive pursuit While the movement apparently is unimportant numerically all indica tions point to the fact that it is part of a widespread conspiracy the nature of which is Indicated by a dis patch received here which stated that a special train carrying a detach ment of rural guard was hurrying to VueltasCouncilman Guilty of Grafting Ashtabula 0 March 17 George Aunger president pro tern and the oldest member of the Ashtabula city council was convicted on one count and acquitted on three counts charg ing him with the solicitation of a bribe of 1200 from K W Stone man ager of the Ashtabula Gas company Oct 1 1908 in connection with an or dinance The Jury recommended Aunger to the clemency of the court Sentence was deferred pending a mo tion for a new trial THE MARKETS Chicago Cattle Steers 5 007 35 cows 6005 50 heifers 256 00 bulls 3 75 35 25 stockers and feeders 3 305 30 Calves3 507 50 Sheep and Lambs Sheep 3 006 25 lambs 00S7 75 yearlings 55 G07 25 Hogs Choice heavy shipping 56 80G 90 butchers 6 756 90 light mixed 56 55 6 65 choice light 6 656 75 packing 6 5500 70 pigs 5 25G 25 Wheat NO 2 red SI 221 24 CornNo3 65HC Oats No 3 522 g54VjC East Buffalo Cattle Export cat tle J6 00G 75 shipping steers OOQ 25 butcher cattle 5 50G 50 heifers 4 5000 00 cows 3 505 50 bulls S3 Q5 25 Calves Best 8 509 00 Sheep and Lambs Mixed sheep 5 50G 00 wethers 5 757t6 25 ewes O5 lambs 7 008 15 yearlings 7517 25 HOsgHeavIes 15 mediums 7IQ l 7 15 Yorkers 907 00 pigs 6 35 roughs 00G 25 stags 50 00 Pittsburg Pa Cattle Choice 50 6 65 prime 6 206 40 tidy butchers 5 OO5 85 heifers 53 005 50 cows bulls and stags 52 505 25 fresh cows 520 00g50 00 CalvesVeal 58 00S 50 Sheep and LambsPrime wethers 55 90 6 10 good mixed 55 GO5 85 lambs 008 15 yearlings 55 OO7 15 Hogs Heavy hogs 57 157 17w mediums 57 057 10 heavy Yorkers 57 007 10 light Yorkers 56 506 75 Cleveiand CCattle Prime dryfed cattle 56 006 25 fat steers 55 756 00 heifers 54 255 25 cows 52 503 50 bulls 53 OOp4 25 milkers and springers 525 0055 00 Calves 58 75 down Sheep and Lambs Mixed sheep 55 0005 50 wethers 55 506 00 ewes 55 255 50 lambs 56 507 90 Hogs Mixed 56 95 heavies 56 95Q7 00 mediums 56 95 Yorkers 56 95 pigs 56 006 25 stags 55 25 roughs 56 OO6 25 Boston Wool Ohio and Pennsylvania XX 3435c X 3233c No1 wash ed 380 39c No 2 washed 3839c fine unwashed 2324c blood combing 31c nblood combing SOc iblood combing 2980c delaine washed 39 g 40c Kentucky and Indiana blood 29 SOc ltblood 2829c Cincinnati O Wheat No 2 red 1 26y1 27 CornNo2 6767cOatsNo2 5454c Rye No 2 85c Lard9 35 Bulk Meats 59 8721 Bacon 511 25 Hogs 54 757 00 Cattle 52 736 25 Sheep2 255 50 Lambs5 2503 00 Toledo Wheat 51 21th corn 67coats 56c S3c clovcraeed 5 35 u GIRL AND MONEY GONE Ohio Youth Stung by Answering Mat rimonial Advertisement Flint Mich March IT Gdorge Cupp a prosperous young farmer of Lebanon 0 who came here to meet a girl of his stated ideal through the aid of an Urbana 0 matrimonial agency is awaiting news from Sag inaw of his missing fiancee Mrs Myrtle Roband who went there with 1 300 according to a note she left to invest in a business And this was to have been the wedding day The man turned over his roll and when his fiance and money failed to appear he swore out a warrant charging theft OBrien Keeps His Job Washington March 17 Ambassa dor OBrien at Tokyo will remain at that ost Former Secretary of Commerce and Labor Oscar Straus will be appointed to some other embassy S SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS l t 0 i II FREE PIANO t FOR YOUR HOME WE WILL GIVE AWAY FREE AN EXPEN- SIVEH1CHCRADE INSTRUMENT MANUFACTURED BY The Edmund Cote Piano 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fails to agree with you always You dont smash your watch because it refuses to run No you take it to a jeweler for re pairs If your telephone does not work right dont say that mean operator wont answer but report tlw trouble to the Chief Operator from a neighbors telephone and a repair er will soon have it in order again If you have no telephone and watt one call and talk tp the Manager at his office on Maplo street if you have a telephone remember some of the advice given above when your phone gets in trouble The company has about 950 talc phones in the city and county You are invited to inspect the new equipment at our offices on Maple street when one of the officials will take pleasure in explaining its oper ation Yours Old Kentucky Telephone Telegraph Co 317lt SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS Implements off the right land J11- MARTIN COAT SUPPLY COMPANY at lcC r McCorm-ick 3174t At the social Cession the usual abundancei zn 3rejig srqno Xnp san ar OST Inogw IaAt1 uwo japu idtJT aqj 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DEALERChas Zigmau junkdealer in old iron and all kinds of old metal Best buyer in town Corner Main and Washington i street 317lmo TRY A HEWSi WANT v4v l2f ADVERTISEMENT = 1r f CLASSIFIED COLUMN ClassifiedPer Word Onehalf cent per word per insertion 5 cents per calender month Nothing counted less than 20 words No item charged on books for less than 25 centst There continuous insertions of sjftae iritem at double the one time rate For 250 lines or more used withi one year 4 centS a line FOR RENT Sroom dwelling bath gas hti SOth 6room dwelling 500 Groom dwelling i i gO Groom dwelling 1OU lIKE THE REAL ESTATE MANS FOR SALE OR RENTTwo desir able dwellings one on Haggard street the other corner of Burns and Bcckncr W P AZBILL 211lmo FOR SALECheap graphophohei and about 30 records also large Morning Glory horn Address Nl R B this office 191f 4 WANTED Sewing at home or in families MRS HARDEN Si Taylor avenue 215Imo- WANTEDTo buy clean rags Ap ply at The News office 217tf WIRE FENCEI still build all kinds of wire fence If in the market for same write or telephone me for prices JOHN A TANNER Winn avenue Home phone 541 216tfi FOR RENTTwo houses NT T TAYLOR 217tf FOR SALEOld papers for salff at this office 216tf FOR SALEA good work horse Ap ply at News office or call 655 Home phone 225tf rFOR REKT One house GEO FOX TTihie phone 655 3JT2t 650poundhibmegrown Rl ALLEN Winchester Ky R R No2 Home shone 868 3106L- WANTEDTO tale orders for making cakes beaten biscuit rolls tim- bales and rosettes 1HSSLnCX COLEMAN BROWNING 218 Calfl- obe street Home Gp4 f311lmoP sic1csaslaIqzlStcphens loll furniture cheap vat this office 3lSirhM O tSALEEggs fro Iiorolia bred singlecomb White Leghorn fat75 cents for 15Il E WTt 1Ql1 French avenue 315lmb tOSTA black velvet belt withail jvqr belt pin Return to NewS of lice and receive reward 3101 WANTED Refrigerator of good size secondhanded one pcef= IedIApply at this office 3165t VANTED Grass forD 0 sheep1 EL R ALL N Phone 8G83 3 Ip2t FOR RENT House of eightgoms Phoue 055 3jpr2L FOR SALE Clover hayootl 5Sper ton in barn WU0ICIpIY Rural Route Wo 3 317 f LOSTOne yearling horso colt color and of mGdiiim size Rctucn to A P BYRD 510 College Struct 3J7fitf LOSTA lads steel colored inufer JinCitizensresidence on Maple tree F4mli r leave at this office and ofecer rl ward 1WFOR SALEEggsLBufi Plymouth Rocks BlLPHILLIPS Winchester K Home phone all 3= i7iJmoi STRAY COLTStrayed into myi liv cry stable No 15 West Washing ton street a yearling liorsecdlt L bay long tail and mane BIRL TURNER 4t1 jEWSrt t