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F d fg Jt sy t Editionlstt THE WINCHESTER NEWSVOL NO 141 WINCHESTER KY SATURDAY MARCH 27 1909 2 CENTS A COPY 11 CENTS A WEEK I CLARK COUNTY FISCAL COURT rL ADJOURNED SATURDAY NOON Orders Road Constructed From Terminus Of Winchester Ruckerville And + Vienna Turnpike To Intersection fif Winchester Pike Alter a very busy week the Clark FiScal Court adjourned its April term at2 VclockSaturclay The morning was spent in getting the reports of the committees that were out and opening the bids on material that is tobejTurnished and different work toliedoneThecontract to furnish corns for paupers wiis let to Kerr Bros their bi d befng the lowest The contract ior1 keeping the town clock in repair was awarded to Baldwin Bros It was ordered that a road be constructed beginning at the terminus of the Winchester Ruckerville and Vi enna turnpike and running to a point interesecting the Winchester pike at the John Bybee Crow place which is about 114 miles long The cost is not to exceed 1350 per mile K i OF PANNUAL CONVENTIONS Lodges Will Meet at Richmond or Ford in April or May Next The sixteen districts of the Kof P lodge will begjn holding their annual district conventions in April Deputy Sam Powell of this district hips been in correspondence with his IbBges forf the past week to get an expression as to the time and Placer to hold the meeting It will prob ably Dci ltlhithe latter part of Ap iril ibr MmiysS either in Richmond or FordV iALL FACTIONS PRESENT President Taft Dines Warring Ele ments of Lower House Washington March 27 President Taft brought representatives of the warring factions in the lower house of congress together at the first for mal dinner he and Mrs Taft have given at tile White House The personnel of the guest list was something of a tribute to the presi dents capabilities as a diplomat and his ambitions as a peacemaker Representative Champ Clark Democratic leader of the house Representative Fitzgerald of New York the Democrat who broke away from his party in the notable fight on the house rules Representative A P 7a dner of Massachusetts insurgent leader among the Republicans in the house and Representatives Payne of New York and Dalzell of Pennsylvania stalwart members of the socalled Cannon machine were among the noted figures about the table set in the state dining room Canadians Show Ottawa March 27 PatriotismI official intimation nationaljassistance in the form of one or two battleships of the Dreadnaught type has been received throughout Canada with hearty approval ShAriJXtXa 1 ii i JiGa J a l 0 r l 1 j WILL ESTABLISH FORD EXCHANGE East Tennessee Telephone Company Have Large Gang of Men at Work A large gang pfworkmen and teams to be used in the construction of the East Tennessee Telephone Company arrived Friday night and will begin work Monday The solicitors who have been at Ford have gotten enough subscribers to jiistify them to establish an exchange at Ford and the work will begin there at once Ex changes will also be established at Pilot View and Becknerville as soon as possible cL MARINES GO BACK TO FORMER DUTIES President Taft Wipes Out Roose velts Order Washington March 27 The last remaining vestige of the Roosevelt or der taking marines off the battleships and cruisers of the United States navy was swept away when President Taft after the matter had been considered at a cabinet meeting directed that an order be issued restoring the marines to exactly the same duties they performed prior to being ordered ashoreAfter congress had placed a pro vision in the navy appropriation bill to the effect that a certain percentage of the marine corps should be assigned to ship duty an order was issues the day before President Roosevelt went out of office restoring the ma rines to the Ships but placing them under the orders of the captains of vesselsUnder the old order of things the marines were given specific duties One of these was to fight certain guns of the secondary batteries The order placing them under the direction of the ships captain made it possible to assign the marines to any sort of duty and to deprive them of fighting any part of the ships battery LEADERS TO MEET Big Guns of Republican Party Will Attend Banquet at Capital Washington March 27The first big political event in the District of Columbia since the inauguration will come off tonight The occasion will be the annual dinner of the League of Republican Clubs of the District of Columbia at which many of the lead ers of the party will be present Among the men who will make ad dresses tonight will be Vice President Sherman Speaker Cannon Senators Warner of Missouri and Brown of Nebraska and Representatives J Hampton Moore of Pennsylvania Francis W Cushman of Washington and John J Esch of Wisconsin I the Merchant Who Advertises Is Working For YOU henonadvertising merchants of this city do not seek your patronage your attention or favorso why should you confer them The progressive merchants pays attention to YOU thus deserving to have YOUR attention in return They are on their metal all the time to secure values for yon that will stand inspectionthat will stand ADVERTISING For the fact that he advertises places upon the merchant the necessity to make goodto meet live competitionto so wisely buy as to be able to sell to your profit as well as his own He is placed under a perpetual testand he must emerge always with your increasing friendship He must work for YOUwith your approval ever in mind He must find bargains for you ejftra value things for you he must protect you on styles qualities on prices He is enlisted in your service And the nonadvertising i ion is NOT i IiJ t l ij l 7 t F trw 1 t jJliiVb LIEUTENANT SHACKLETON BRITISH EXPLORER WHO GOT WITHIN 111 MILES OF SOUTH POLE HIS SHIP AND TWO OF HIS AIDS Lieutenant E H Shackleton of the British navy and his party of antarctic explorers have reached New Zea goalAnotherrible Journey in which the explorers suffered untold hardships from hunger fatigue and cold they were forced to turn back when they were at latitude8823 In the race for the pole the men were reduced to the necessity of vastfieldand began the polar dash in November 190S P APRIL TERM A BUSY ONE Many Suits Have Been Filed in Clark County Circuit Court For April Term Friday was the last day for filing suits in the Clark Circuit Court for the April term which begins April 15 The docket shows that this term will be A busy one Circuit Clerk Fox was kept busy all day Friday re ceiving and recording petitions Following are some of the suits fil ed during the last few days T G Stuart vs James II Black- J M Azbill vs Thos W Johnson Belton Owens vs Central Kentucky Traction Company Kate Daily vs L N Railroad T J Bradley vs Mary F Winn The Murdock Manufacturing Company vs Natural Gas Supply Com panyG W Strother vs Sam Rodgers J G Hays vs Kate Elliott W Miller vs Willis Golden Minnie Brockman vs John Brock man George Gray vs R R Perry etc Thos B Connor vs Singer Sewing Machine Company Susan G Anderson vs T M Hampton Lexington Banking and Trust Coin pany vs Sam Jett Citizens National Bank vs H D Stubblefield WILL LOWER HILL GRADE Board of Education City Council and Christian Church Consult on Hickman Street Hill A joint committee from the Board of Education City Council and the Christian church held a meeting Fri day evening to discuss the advisabil ity of grading the Hickman street hill It was decided to lower the crown twentytwo inches which will improve the conditions greatly I WORKING ON CONCRETE WALKS AROUND CHURCH Clark County Construction Company Putting Down Sidewalks at First Christian Church The Clark County Construction Company have about finished grading in front of the Christian church and started laying concrete walks Fri day which they will completeitem the nest week if the weather t a 4 t at Ir LEWIS SEES NO SIGN OF STRIKE Discusses Situation in Anthracite FieldsAll Men Remain at Work Indianapolis Ind March 27Is- ee no prospect of a strike in the anthracite coal fielfsald Thomas L Lewis president of the United Mine- Workers of America at the close of the session of the national executive board of the organization The miners will continue at work indefinitely That is to say unless the operators demand that anew agreement be signed to take the place of the one that expires April 1 or that the min ers demand that the operators sign an agreement embodying the stipula tions presented to the operators at the recent meeting we had with them in Philadelphia and if an open break occurs on either dispute the present condition will be continued until aI day that none of us now can set The present meeting of the nation al executive board will consider a mass of routine business that Pas col lected I have no idea that the an thracite situation shall receive more than passing consideration at this meeting I have invited the presi dents of the three anthracite districts to meet with us here and possibly they will be in Indianapolis but they will only give the national board in formation of the proceedings of the Scranton convention which has just closed I hope for another conference with the anthracite operators next week or the following week No one can say that I have ever issued a strike statement since I have ben an offi cial of the miners union and I am not going to issue one now 1 main tain that the anthracite operators must deal with the miners organiza tion as a whole but I believe that some time will elapse before a crisis is reached in our negotiations with the anthracite mine owners KETCHEL IS WINNER Easily Defeats OBrien In Ten Fast and Furious Rounds Now York March 27Not since the repeal of the Horton law which stopped the big fistic bouts in this city has such a fast and furious con test been seen here in the squared circle as that in which Stanley Ketch el the middleweight champion defeated Jack OBrien Philadelphia at the National Athletic club In the final round OBrien was knocked down three times and the last time was practically a clean knockout for the timely clang of the bell found the Philadelphian in a hopeless state It was Ketchels fight for the greater partS of the contest and OBrien has no excuse to make over the outcome Moran and Neil Matched New Haven Conn March 27 Owen Moran of England pond Frankie Neil of California e been matched to spat i2 rounds here on April 25 j srJ 0fIjfv J 1 0 i Wvsn i i w II ROeIaEIiURST RPiiiilP BOYLE FEARED MOB VlOlfNCf Reception at Mercer is Quiet and Or derlythe Jail is Heavily Guarded Mercer Pa March 27 Heavily manacled to Sheriff Chess and guard ed by several detectives James Boyle one of the kidnapers of little AVillife Whitla was brought here from Eitts burg and lodged in the Mercer Bounty jail His wife it Is said will be brought here from Pittsburg today and the couple will be formally ar raigned on a charge of kidnaping in a few days Boyle feared violence on his arrival in Mercer and on the journey from Pittsburg asked Sheriff Chess if he thought the crowd would harm him The prisoner looked greatly relieved when he saw only a scattering of people at the Mercer station Boyle was hurried into a waiting bus and taken to the jail An armed guard was placed in front of Boyles cell and a patrol will be stationed outside the jail at night Sheriff Chess said the jail would be guarded until the trial of the Boyles was over WOMAN IDENTIFIED Mrs Boyle Is Daughter of Retired Chicago Fireman Chicago March 27That William McDermott a retired member of the Chicago fire department is the father of Mrs James H Boyle who with her husband is charged with the kid naping of Willie Whitla was confirm ed by the griefstricken father Mr McDermotts story of his daugh ters life is that of a wayward girl Anna McDermott according to her father was one of the prettiest one of the brightest of the children in the neighborhood when a child She was given every possible advantage of education and careful moral train ing but as she approached woman hood she fell into company of which the old fireman did not approve Quar rels were frequent and about three years ago Anna eloped Since that time her story has been a blank to her Chicago kin Even the name of the man with whom she cast her for tupe was unknown to them They carefully read from day to day the story of the kidnaping of Willie Whit la of his return to his parents and the arrest of the Boyles but they never dreamed of connecting Mrs Boyle with winsome headstrong Anna who had deserted her home to follow unknown paths Mr McDer mott has two other daughters who are married According to the statement of the father the girl was educated at St Vincent academy in this city and at Mnisawa academy near Madison Wisl WILL MOVE TO NICHOLAS Mr D W Bramblett of this city has accepted a position to oversee a large tract of land f rGT Bram blett in Nicholas county and will mohis family there thitfirst of Arih I J ar f X iw II ff 14 W FISH AND GAME CLUB OFFERS REWARD FOR LAW VIOLATIONS Will Pay 550 For Conviction Of Any One Caught Fishing Illegally Asks Judge Evans To Appoint Two Or More Game Wardens An important meeting of the di rectors of the Clark County Fish and Game Club was held Friday evening A resolution was unanimously adopt ed to request County Judge J II Evans to appoint two or more game wardens for the county Another resolution to give a reward of fifty dollars for the conviction of any persn or persons guilty of violating the fish and game laws was unanimously passed- A committee consisting of J S Winn 0 S Johnson M D Royso and S B Tracy was appointed to have charge of procuring additional fishstock R R Perry J P Conway M D Royse and 0 S Johnson were ap pointed to have erected some kind of shelter nea rue upper lake of the res conditi0l1sIISo in earnest were some of the members for fish protection that they favored a reward of 100 for the conviction of violators of the law COMMITTEEIS BUSY Campaign For New Members to the Commercial Club Roll on in Earnest The Canvassing Committee of the Commercial Club are busy at work putting membership buttons 011 the members old and new Whenever you secnman with a blue button on vinIcllCsteithat his duties are paid for 1909 It is harder to find a merchant on Mahi street without one ofthese buttons pinned to the lapel of his coal than it is to find one without button and the game of Button Button whos got the button 1 is out of date and the game is now Button Button whos without a button 1 The Com mittee is hard at work and hope to have 400 members enrolled and paid up byodnesday of next week Ev cry business man in Winchester IIatwill be of good to the city and the other is that it is a sign of pushand progress to be a member of such an organization LANGLEY INTRODUCES NEW ANTISALOON BILL New Measure Supposed to Avoid Un constitutionality of the Old One WASHINGTON March 27Tlme bill prepared by the AntiSaloon League of America which is suppos ed to avoid the objections of uncon stitutionality made against the Lit tlefield bill was introduced by Repre sentatives Langley of Kentucky yes terdayIt more drastic and broader in its terms than the Knox amendment to the penal code bill which prohibits all shipments of liquor from out side a State where such shipments would be unlawful if made from an other point with in the same Staten does not delegate the matter o shipments oft liquors to the individual States KNOX INDORSED President Approves Secretarys Pro cedure In Nicaraguan Muddle Washington March 27 Much of the long cabinet meeting at the White House was given over to a discussion of the relations of this country with the five republics of Central America Secretary of State Knox presented to the cabinet a resume of Central American conditions as they are un derstood here The course adopted by tha secretary thus far In dealing wi igtbe little republics was heartily apjwgved by the president and hia ad vi r Iiiif d if tFH 5 II6wlldy APPOINTS A COMMITTEE Of Commercial Club to Assist Judge Evans in Matter of New Clerks Vault wPresident C H Bowen of the Com mercial Club has appointed the fol lowing committee of the club fo yonder such assistance as they can to Judge Evans in tho selection of the plans for the securing of fire proof vaults for the County Clerks office at the court house t NEW NATIONAL BANK TO OPEN AT JACM Judge Adams Will Be President M hte Institution and Blair McLin the Cashier JACKSON Ky March 27The officers of the First National Bank of Jackson organized and chartered in November of last year today definitely aiftionncod that it would be open for business April 1 The delay has been occasioned by a proposed combination of the National Bank and the old Jackson Deposit Bank The overtures of time now bank halv ing been finally rejected yesterday by the Deposit Bank the First National will begin business independently next week in the butcher shop of T II Beauris with Judge J P Adams a President and Blair McLin as cashlcrst DELIVERS SPLENDID HISTORICAL LECTURE Immense Audience Listens to Dr Myers at Criff House Friday Higher Perhaps the largest audience that ever greeted a public speaker at the court house in Winchester assembled there on Friday evening to listen to Dr Irene T Myers Dean of the ro- mans Department pf Transylvania University The subject was Old Kentucky Time speaker did riot engage in the usual fulsome flattery that calls for vociferous applause from the average Kentucky audience but gave a splendidly connected historical resume of the discovery exploration and sct tlment of America as for as it re lated to Kentucky and the Middle West She traced the ancestors of the present generation that inhabits the Dark and Bloody Ground from Eu rope across timeseas and in their progress toward4he West She quot ed copiously from the ancient roe ords of the early settlers to show time manner of men they were n1id thfc splendid promise of a Commonwealth with such men as founders- A recital of the names of those Vhd ILt every endeavor in the early days of the Commonwealth betokened for the State the highest place in the Nation yet the speaker was compelled ttJ tofute that the splendid foundation pro phecied NO ASSESSMENT FOR At RJL The Moclprii Woodmen will have no assesment to pay lor the onnQf April This nil be good news to time numerous members of the society Two Drowned During Gale 7 Braidentown Fla March 27The fishing schooner Defended capsized during a gale in Tampa bay arid the bodies of Charles SUer and hkwifs who were the only persons aboard the vessel were picked up near Piney Point f t t t i1 Iift f tt t a I I I rI jfl1I c wl ft 40 f ft E 1 I I 4I f tPajTw r r tl t tTHEWJNEERNEWS iJfiiCiEsmfi NLW- SIII1ent Nswar 4Pvbid jy eTIim PQr t6drJ x1ciwtk StretfWincliMtir EI kiitiy Except Sync ay JksvWberit Wii hter Kentucky under the trgcJt 3 1879 f ihJii MTEcfr Carrie DeUvrytotWy g O I tiiPayd iritT 3r we Mall Delivery iA1St jr 150 300 is month 25 Payable in advDcei fADifERTlING RATES at Display Per InchI htime any edition i 2 1kr tJMjfc iflun qne week 5 010 ireeki continuously 10 0 o iHar month 300 four weeks fuxtinies a week 240 tour WeeD three times a week i8 f6rw fek to times a week L2 rbir wes one time a week t 75 Timt icounts3 months 10 p- eit 6 months 25 per ceDt one reV 33 13 per cent Ii 1lng NottccsrrPer Line ioineM notices body type 7V2c hre readings news headings 15o BthPiiones No l = 1SATuRpAYMARcH27 1909 pFHAND The National Government taJhs in different sections of th country fish hatcheries The i9 supplyUbe str eams of the co y fci stock fpr breeding pur I sesjijin order that peJple for the peI31tnd jpr future generations myJio only have fish for sport but a1soor food rSye havernQ statistics at hand to sho Wt thV amount of fish consumed orfogd but it is certainly enormous The propagation oTfislriS a matter in which levery citizen Has an inter est The wanton destruction of fish is just as much a crime as would be the useless killing of sheep hogs or any gihyer fbod praduct Our legislatures have wisely pro vided stringent Jaws for the protec tion ofinsh and game but a law is of no vajluet unless it is enforced and the laws haye not been enforced bc cause of the difficulty in procuring ev fridenceyy jheajrtily commend the action c f th e Clark ppunty Fish and Game Club iniits efforts to bring violatqrs of the Jaw to justice The liberal reward offered in our adyertislng column will certainly bring regults kb7kTHE INCOMETAX LAW Th Ftpe4iericyTpf an income tax asf araeims of raising revenue is ob yiqus toMr Taft and AttornejGen eral SWidkersbam lids prepared the a draf frrjpf a bill To the adoption of an inheritance taxat the time 11themitted Jn ccli made at Columbus 0 Aug ttj1007 when he was Secreta y of War ilr Taft said I believe a nHeJeralbea seful means of raising Govern meit fundsrB is easily and certain iy Collected The incidence of taxa 11tiontaid4and indirpctIy while not placing undue restrictionr on ijidnid uali effoit it Should moderate the en thusidsrir for the amassing of im Tmenset pilij timers qf great national need He ad eauan income tax would be of gr gt assistance iii fnruishing means 4ob1ri 4on2lheGovbIiime tstud its aot free tm doubt how the St pre eurt with changed member shiiiwo 1d view ttnev incomets Lx J1r niyc1i conditio3is The court 1 i4t eyenly di dedin the lat caser and during tie civil war great t Issgol1ected ban Iope trL- XiIktrferencet t9 rind it TTOS then supposed witliln the Federal power j I re t f i The incolll tax decision of the UnitedStat s up mpCurt Vto which ilr Taft referred was render d April 8 1895 The court held uhanimouslyitafiiqixatin of inqomes rom State and municipal bonds was unconstitutional On the question of the taxation of Prentsustide Fulle Justices Field Gray rewer Brown and Shiras stood against the law on the ground that taxes PIreal estate belong to tIle las of Jdirccti axfeS t aivti that the axes on the rent or inc rnc of real estate which is the incident of its vtriisiripJustices Harlaii and White favored Afflrmipgthe law On the general question of the constitutionality of the liv the eight Justices who sat in the enso Justice Jackson being absent on account of i1bealthdiv1ed equally There l dorethat on each of these three questions GenIFirst Vh th i the Saig provi5icJ1 a s to rent and incomc eal estate JnSecond Whether is4otmie income from personal Iproperty ij such the act is unconstitutii1Pblaying di rect taxes i i Third Wheiher aryjiart of the tax if not considered a direct tax is invalid for ivant ofuniformity on either of the grounds suggested The Cleveland JVdministralion construed the decision of the prenie Court 4hat ty Abandoned Mia attempt to collect the income tux rovided for ihrtllo Wilson billnOn the genqral question of the janeJ Iustices Jaas In vjew ot Mr Tufts J mark in his speeli J m IHU eimJl bership eVcmirt it is to benoted that of limVeiglSnstices who satin th ilCQ1et1 pas only fjourre tmamFuller who was against the law ou thc genezal qaesiL4Aio1isIitutioi ality andT s a3 Harlany Btewor and Yhifev1o1vcra for it If a sim- f ilar issue WcWfercfee fdd to the court the views bf the five new members Justices Peckham McKenna Holmes Day and Moody would presumably determine the decision OPERA HOUSE The Cry Baby The story of the boy who ran awn y home at the age of twelve and joined a circus later become a man of influence and succesS achieved by reason of his contact with the world is known to all yet it is doubtful if but one out ofa thousand ever encounters angle living example of the story but which is true however in practically evety detail of Carlton Guy the popul r youpg actor who appears at the opera house Jicxt Mon day night in the big comedy drama success The Cry Baby Though one of the youngest stars on the American stage Mr Guy has lived a life time bf Irard experience and his position today bespeaks of his profit thereby WJien twelve years ofage he ran away from his home to join a circus that had played a short time Before He earned for the rcpIu itS and did other odd jobs to earn 1iboardo that he would be permitted to remain with eAfterof a trCupe of acrobats with circus took him in haiitfs and started to make ja tumbler of him At the end ofiieaoii t1te boy who had proved an aot gupil got a job a tlieatre in the city ere the circus closed After the first perfor mande he made Upth mind to become an actor aiid aid Jgoodby vtp circus life r Several feaAfWftpsea befdro he given opportunity to join a show as he was Jpp ffjwj tgjhe of any theopIyears lIe returned to his home town Stoejklwas the sole owner anilwhieh he still controls In Tre Cryi Baby Mr Guy has a role whieh sftltfe him cttf perfection He is sufroundedvby a strong company and no hs iasFeeV spared in making tljVJiiefie iie or the best productions ofitne year I TRY A NEWS WANT 4QVE niSEMEtT r cI ri tI KNOCKS fOOT BAli president Eliot Says Game Is Unfit For College Uses Cambridge Mass March 27 There was some appreciable Improve ment in Harvard athletics during the year 190708 according to the annual report of President Charles W Eliot but he finds that the amount of time devoted daily to baseball and football by the players of these games Is al ready too great Toward diminishing these jexaggerations little prog seaIsonAlthough the game of football has been made mo re open and interesting by the new rules and sonic of the former foul play has been prevented by the neutral strip and other deices the game still remains unfit for- ollegec use says Pre and affords a spectacleI e f s 1tillportunity for that variety of gambling called betting Hunter Shoots Himself TJrbana March 27Reuben Ran ahls 20 shot himself in the stomach on Mad river while shooting ducks Young Randalls had gone with Will to spend the day in sport The is a mystery Randalls has unable to give any account of the affair and Geron did not see it- tI is predicted that It was an accident it Is said that Randalls did itI REPRESENTATIVES HAVE NEMFIGHT Byrd Removes Coal and Starts For Colleagoe pWashThgthiotony of the tariff debate in the house was relieved for a time by a olashand Byrd of Mississippi jtMr1iaqstive discussion of the when he was interrupted the Mississippian who insisted that the lumber manufacturers of which Mr Foilney1 was one were in a trust Mr Fordiiey peremptorily denied the statement and said that Mr Byrd didnt know a damn thing about it The Mississippi member made a fhesome ofhis Democratic colleagues took hold of him Later it developed thatcthe incident grow out of a misun derstrinding and both men made the usu explanations and apologies Mr Fordney made a notable on tsubject of lumber and pleaded for better protection on that product in the rough Diametrically opposed to him was Mr H vIand of Ohio who wanted the product placed on the free list fOthers i who sjpoke were Messrs Pou of North Carolina and Macon qC Arkansas both of whom the Payne bill for not accomplishing fwhilepleaded for a tariff on shingles and umber sufficiently high to enable the lumber and shingle manufacturers of his state to compete with those of British Columbia employing cheap oriental labor Postoffice Robbers Confess Bluefieia W Va March 27 George Brown alias Georgia and Al B Neal of Spartanburk S were arrested here by Postoffice In spector Robinson charged wiflh robbing the postofllce at Russell ville W rjmenplete confession ZAYAS TO SPEAK Cubas Vice President on Program at Philadelphia Gathering Philadelphia March 27At a ape cial session of the American Academy of Political and Social Science to beheld in flits city tonight the subject of discussjon will be The Future of Cuba The opening address will be deliv leredbyprovisional governor of Cuba General Leonard Wood who was gov ernor of Cuba during the first inter ventiori period will preside at the meeting Among the other speakers will be Alfredo Zayas vice president of Cuba who is spending a short time In the United States j Cincinnati Man Acquitted New York March 27 After five minutes deliberation in the case of George It Scrugham of Cincinnatl and Charles Stirrup conspiracy in connection with the election of trustees of the New York Life Insurance company in 1906 the Jury found the defendants not guilty KIDNAPERS HILLED N ew Mexican Posse Makes Quick Work of Negro and Greaser Tucumcarf N M March 27John Johnson a negrp qpjj Sebastian San dovata Mexican were killed near Cuervo N ed af er a long pursuit by a poss Jfihnstm and Sandoval at the point of rifles lta ldf1I1 pod Juan Sanchz fij ttVkat unclefa ranch 15 miles troni Cuervo it being the ne grod d clttted Intention to marry the girlF J j 1 =I riborThe is Unbolted COLORED COLUMN A colored Conservatory of Music Avas opened in the Douglass building at Louisville tltiweek The West legislature has cducaItionYoH Page colored served as one of the jurors in the district criminal court at Dallas Texas last week BdllklcyArkcycjloiie Albert S White of the negro law school at Louisville is an applicant for tire ministeighip to Libreia W L Gray of Sheffield Alit lina a fnamifaotilthiglant Jotin BrimbelTy born January 2 1788 is the oldest citizen in the State f GeOlgiaIHoward University at Washington C has received 162000 from imaIhas a 15000 brick building on Main street in which he has a drug store and private infirmary and J J Sykes facItoryday was taken to North Middletown burialor oSacrLunozitnight l iitcd IImsfrom Chicago vigitad Indianapolis tonkwpjj cluirches and raee hi general is doing Tit homo will abroad subscribe for The Winchpsto News Theimeol1u closed at tile First Baptist church vf hone for baptispi and three otherwise Mrs Cynthia Taylor is building QU daSront LtMiisvillo 1CmRev R A Strauss will preach atI darks Chapel tomorrow Catholic lies ami Lucy Toliver have inarriad and moved to Preston RevH A Steward ropcrrts that during Ids meeting he had nineteen aniSums dred this week At the M ID church lly Inst Suu lay 3763was realized Dennis securing 1941 mid Wm 1822 Bessie daughter of Catherine Gtnttsdied Mondity The Bocknerville church is in a great revivaloTliq fair company met Moitday night and elected a partial list ofof ficers as follows President B F Johnson Secretary Dr J H Tyler Assistant Secretary W H Allen Treasurer WC Cobb Sidney Smithwas buried at Ford ast Saturday Rev J P Smith of Loxiiigton is preaching in a series of meetings at the Gentile Baptist church with bright prospects for a good meeting Alex Stone wellknown in this county died at Lexington last week Of the many devout Methodist who were to have attended Conference this week only Rev S G Turner and John Sanders ate in attendance James Daniels of Ashland spent ast Sunday in the city the guest of Mrs II C BakerrClarence Shackel ford will be initiated into the Good Samaritan Lodge next meeting night Miss Lillie Hoskjns was hostess at a beautiful birthday reception on the 20tii She was the happy recipient of many handsome presents art ele gant course dinner was served Mrs Harriett Taylor has been on tho sick list for two weeks As a member of the Board of Con trolo the Grand Lodge of the K of Pof Kdjitucky Dr J A Gxvymi colored doctor atJRiehmondhqsfrmn 1000 to 0000 to loan oldr peo ple anyAvherc on secuHty to the Board You are always welcome to come here and examine our extensive line of doors sashes wainscoting and other high grade mill work It is w6rk of which we are proud Every detail is carefully constructed by mill experts the sawing planing finish and general cabinet work is unsurpassed Our prices are pretty low considering We ask your inspection YoD Johnson colored editor at Lexington has addressed an open letter to lIon YoP Kimball exCon gressman from the Seventh District welcoming him home on behalf of his colpred constituents Charles Armstrong who is going ofItenpound sonname Chester Alex a nderSThe annual Thanksgiving services of the Kof Ps will be held at their lodge room tomorrow at 2 3Qp in A company of colored men tit pur neighboring town Richmond recently bought a business house in that city on Irvine and Hill streets paying 000 foi the same StcrlingReportcr this week Charles Armstrong is the owner of the most valuable dog in the oouifty some of his ancestors sold as high as 5 so highly pedigreed is the an T Timberlake is at home from Versailles where he is Conducting a meeting with 25 adidtions to date uid MondnvITebbs his brotherinlaw at Lesuig ton Mr Tebbs is a former resident rcspectedbycolored also it should have stated that Miss Estelle Brooks of Covirfg was visiting her mother Mrs Wil s Brooks Mr and Sirs Green Martin front Jouatts Creek were the guest of Prof amiMrs E S Taylor Monday Rev I Fuller wellknown here but who is now pastoring in Tennessee was in the city this week John Judy of Paris spent several YS in the city this week Notice ijjv iybody living in Winchester and lark county having friends away ho once lived here will please seal or leave their address at 22 North Maple street with the assistant secretary of the colored Elks FairWH Allan Time object we are planing a homecoming day during the fair George Boone has opened a tailor pressing shop on East Broadway Mrs Joint I Brunei spent Friday in Louisville shopping Bin Turner bought a horse from Dr J II Holmes at a nrivate pure A good selection Miss Sallie daughter of Mack Butts who een sick for a long time was husIedtha position of taking the of the colored schbol by the nightIcounty t this Vas the guest of Rev John Fisher Friday t Little Chas E Dri ncr the grand son of Mr and Mrs ScOgins fell on allOt stove Friday and was badly burned NEW RATES ANNOUNCED Missouri Railroads Fix April 10 as Date For Readjustment St Louis March 27 The three cent local ticket rate and the 2000 mile interchangeable book will be put in effect April 10 according to an offi cial statement issued by the 18 rail- rOads in Missouri The statement was issued after the return of the railroad representatives from Jefferson City where conferences on the passenger rate question were held by Governor Hadley Attorney General Major and members of the railroad committee ofthe legislature The statement also announces that actions to test the validity of the twocent laws in adjoining states will be brought at once- Oklahoma Bank Suspends MusAgee Okla March 27The Firsf National bank ofFort Gibson Okla closed its doors All the de- positS have been transferred to the Citizens State bank Depositors will be paid in full- SUBSCRIBE FOP THE or NEWS l I III 4LzYou Cannot Answer These Questions I1Whyitft you continue bathing your knees andelbows one iu a time when you can stretchout in a full bathtem pared to suit you and can do so every mOl ping if you wish 2Why pump and carry wat er for your kitchen and latin dry wod when you can have it at huiil for the turning ofsi faucet 3Why take chances on drinking gcnnfilled cistern wat er when you can get it from a large reservoir filtered through the best filter plant South of the Ohio River At Pres VPres IN of the there enroll us J J L L B Strikers and Trouble May Follow Paris March of deputies at the of an other stormy session during which the was for alleged the again voted to sustain the to the authors of the off n sive manifesto by the members of the strike after the pC the recent strike had bees The strike has post poned its decision a renewal of the strike until alter a con with M B thou of public works to THE NEWS a take time to of your lumber supply for your next contract and when you do think of us If you dont know get at once for we are folks you ought to know and you ought know ourL Jumber too We wall be to supply you it1iur grade at have a dry dismal looking yard when you can have it filled with green grass and flowers and time get rid of the diiS t3n the street 5Why suffer other incoa vemcnces yon can hay I for the health of your family right ill the house 6Is it not true that the answer is not lack of money but lack of economy and to tKi most out of life CIIF ATTERSALL Superintendent Winchester Water WorksINCORPORATED l itYoull IAnPTON overwhelmingly acquainted n cariaVthe everything conifozfcancl indifference Coi TO HAVE YOUR RIAGE REPAIRED BY EASTER YOU trTO 1 Then we can give your work the same careful attention as our rule So send us your how in order that we can have it ready for you in time J STROTHER SCOTT ItClark County Natl Bank ESTABLISHED 1665 BEING THE OLDEST BANK THE CITY Accounts Merchants and Traders Solicited Collections Made on All CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 35OOOOQO I Peoples State Bank CAPITAL OOOOO agojustion Notwithstanding hard times been i steady growth fro the start in the number of our and in the volume ofour business We new names every week We want yours You are cordially incited open an account with Per sonal attenion to all business M Cashier President COCKRELL Vice President GovRr4v1LNI STANDS PAT France Will Discipline 27The cuambep conclusion government attacked its vacillating attitude toward strikers governments decision discipline placarded committee settlement arranged committee concerning ference minister be held today hv jnwirSX year think us to happy the fairest figures 4Why blooming same when enterprise and getting CAR invairable CARRIAGE andright Farmers Points has depositors to HCbGKIN BROWN WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS iThe oldest and best institution in the county is the Winchester Boiler Mills Why not use home floir1he- best made Kerr perfection anil Vnite Pearl flour hasno eauaL Feasted Two Day and NIf ht i partyjturning rik dash for the pole in 1906 alaughtersi a herd of seven musk oxen on Hazes Island off the extreme north of Gre em land For two days and nights hereafter they crouched Inside their snoW hula eating continuously and chea thy had finished the pile of bones outside was as high as a taiIiani 1cc t rtvEiist Iii T tewsF i 0 I 1 i It nrKIIi reivovynever in soon IWEin favor of your wallet thats not i set basis forth by always trading with take it all out at one time THE POINT 1j I CHBOWEN d F = r ISOCIETYThomsonClark The inarriage of Miss Elizabeth G yThomson daughter of Mr Mat the Franklin Thomson to Ira PomtenfrPaik on Wednesday eve nin Uast aithe First Presbyterian hihin New Orleans La was a brilliant affair witnessed by a largenumber of invited guests The bride is a young woman of much personal charm and sweetness haying attracted to herself a large circle of warm friends Mr Clark is one of the most widely known among the younger business men of that section and is being warmly congratulated by his friends upon his hippy mariiage The decoration of the church was in exquisite taste producing an effect that was joy pus without breaking the solemni ty of the place and of the event Thelong double aisles were covered with white crash and the pew ends on either side had glorious Ascension lilies tied with white tulle on alhthe pews beyond the ribbons A raised dias in front of the pulpit was the place where the ceremony itself took place Here the ion garlands of bamboo swinging from the ceiling in canopy effect and closer down white tulle wreathed with delicate tracery of smilax caught up great clusters of Ascension lilies The whole was lighted with quanti ties of wax candles in crystal can delabra and the tulle garlands were wired so that an occasional electric bulfrshone through the flowers A number of pews at the front were temporarily removed so that quite a large open space was reserved for tbbridalparty- The mtjsxc was a most beautiful feature of the wedding being from of a combination of the organ vio lin and harp under the direction of Mr Louis Chase As the appointed hour eight oclock arrived the ushers came first up the aisle Mr F ELummus jr Mr James Mc Pherson Mr Henry Crowell and Mr Joseph Mardre of Macon Ga The attendants next appeared the bridesmaids being Miss Lottie Mc Elroy Miss Lucy H ill Miss Minnie Pool Miss Marjorie Browne Miso Jo BoBwell of Winchester Ky and the matron of honor Mrs Robertson of Mesilla New Mexico who isthe brides only sister The bride entered with her father Mr Matthew Fv Jiiomson Jeweler and Optician and was joined by the groom at the altar just in front of Dr I S Mc Elroy pastor of the church who made them man and wife by the sacred ceiemony of the church The bride was lovely in a most ex quisitely fashioned gown of rose point and Duchesse lace built upon while liberty satin covered with chiffon The straight directoire lines were followed modified by a tunic effect formed by the lace slightly draped and caught with ca bochons of white tulle orange blossoms and pearls The corsag with high neck and long close sleeves as heavily embroidered with seed pearls interspersed with a delicate motif of silver The tulle veil en tirely nveloped her petite figure and she carried a bouquet of orchids and valley lilies The bridesmaids owns carried out the scheme of an entirely white wedding and were 911 modeled on the slightly modified drectoire idea There were a few more variations such as the corsage embroidery of pearls and silver worn by Miss Has well who is a typical Kentucky beauty of brunette style the panel effect worn by Miss Minnie Pool the entire front of Miss Lucy Hills gown being embroidered in silver marguerites and Miss Lottie McEl roys in ribbon embroidery The corsage yoke of silver tissue accen tuated the directoire effect of Miss Marjorie Brownes becoming dress which was draped with tulle with a garniture of silver and pearl pas sementerie In her hair she wore a string of pearls caught with a pearl and diamond ornament All the bridesmaids carried cornucopia bouquets of pink roses The ma tron of honor Mrs Robertson was gowned in pink messaline made in empire style with garniture of gold and pearl passementerie mount ed on tulle There was no reception following the wedding on account of a rc ent bereavement in the grooms fami ly but Mr and Mrs Clark left im mediately after the ceremony for their wedding journey to Florida where they will remain several weeks and afterwards be at home to their friends at the Hotel Racine The wedding gif IB were verygor geous emphasizing the congratula tions and good wishes of relatives and friends in Columbus New Or DONT FAIL TO SEE US Judging from the tremendous sales We have had the past two weeks on Seed Potatoes and Garden Seeds we know we are cheaper than 3 anyone Compare prices arid qualityandsee1i for yourself that we can save you money jAs we have warned you beforedont be mis led by cheaper and inferior gradesJ or vt Both Phones No 40 Bring us your Eggs weyillpay t bhe highest t J market price t RpWRounsavall Go f SOLE AGENTS prndeil Pure Foods Ghase8 Sanborns Coffees oylers Candies Prices Lard and Sausage K n f leans and Kentucky wifach places were formerly the homes f the brid family Beautiful scarf pins were present ed by the bride to the gentlemen at tendantsand lace pinsto the ladies PERSONALS Mrs Fred Cone of Brooklyn N Y spent a few bours with Mrs Car tie Buckner Saturday MrsV W Bush is entertaining a few friends this afternoon Mr and Mrs Harry P Thomson visited friends in town Friday Mrs Marion Vaughn of Lexing ton was a truest of Mrs W D Smith Friday Miss Hattie Grundy of Lebanon was the guest Friday of Miss Kate Rash MissGrundy with her aunt Mrs Corbran of Maysville will sail April 1st for Europe to spend seveial months Mrs Skinner Kerr returned on Friday for a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs James Bryan of Bourbon county Mis John L Bosley returned Fri day from a short visit to North Middl town and Paris Mrs W W George Mrs C B George and Miss Lizzie Burke spent Friday with friends iu Mt Sterling Mr and Mrs L D Goff were in Lexington Thursday to soe The Man of the Hour Mr A F Bryd returned Friday from Mt Sterling Judge and Mrs James Benton are in Waco Madison county Mr Matt Bean spent Friday in Mt Sterling Mr 0 G Hadden returned home from Corbin Friday Mr A J Earp was in Millers burg Friday to take a picture of the Girls College there Mrs Lucien Becker returned home Thursday from a visit with her mother Mrs Warren of Dan vile Misses Mary Lyle and Laurie Duty lOft Friday afternoon for Lexington Mr Graves of Lexington is the in town for a short while Mr John Cleland spent Saturday in Lexington Charming Reception One of the most beautiful enter tainments given in Winchester for some time was the reception by Mrs Edward Clark at her beautiful home on Boone street in compli ment to her charming guest Miss Elsa Brown of Boston Mass The house was most attractive with the mingling of yellow and green Huge vases of yellow March lilies and ferns were artistically arrang ed while from the corners of all of the rooms were hung garlands of bamboo with huge bunches of lilies at each joint Mrs Clark gowned in a yellow chiffon and Miss Brown in an exquisite pown of French mull with pink garnitures received the guests in the drawing room Mrs Lucien Bcekner in lav endar silk poplin Mrs Maurice Mil ler in champagne chiffon broad cloth with silver passementiere Mrs Steve Davis in white broad cloth with gold trimmings Miss Jo Boswell in lavecdar poplin and Miss Susan Buckner in white mes sline dipsensed the many favors From here the guests moved quietly into the exquisitely decorat ed dining room The table was covered with an ex quisite cover of imported drawn work with a huge vase of yellow tulips in the center and here and there wer6 silver dishes and confections in yellow and green All the curtains were drawn and the entire house was lighted with wax candles n brass candlesticks Here theb guests were served with a dainty and delicious luncheon by Mrs John bean in an elegant gown of black and white silk with and llKinleySara Beverly Jouett in white messa line with lace garniture and a pic turehatAbout two hundred guests were invited This was decidedly one of the most charming events of the week Culture in Kansas Women are versatile At a recent meeting of a womans club in Atchison the following papers were read Dogs and Their Diseases The Boy Who Swears What Must We Do to Him Household and Drudgery How to 1jsbenAtchison Hobbles One great troUble with most people who ride hobbles Is that they want to ride overbthef nebpleis sfast tr t TT r 1 j rr LIQUOR DEBATE FILLS THEATER Dr Samuel Dickie Presents Prohibition Arguments MAYOR ROSE FOR WETS Former ClaIms Saloon Is Enemy of Both Capital and Labor Breeder of Crime and DiseasesLatter Says No Reference to Prohibition Found In Bible and Quotes Hgures to Prove Its Ineffectiveness Effect on Countrys Prosperity Milwaukee March 27One of the most remarkable debatesevar held was that on the question Resolved that prohibition as applied to the manufacture and sale of intoxicating beverages is right with Mayor David S Rose of Milwaukee defending the negative and DrSamuel Dickie president of Albion college Albion Mich as the speaker for the prohibitionists The great hippodrome with a seating capacity of 4000 was Jammed to the doors and although admission was by card great throngs of people weje turned away There were five applications for every ticket and al though the admission was free tickets being issued to the various civic assopiations offers of substantial sums for tickets were frequently made People from all parts of the United States clamored for seats In as much as this was the first of three debates the second to be given at Chicago and the third at some city in the south Mayor Rose at a recent Louisville convention challenged the national Prohibition party to produce its best orator to meet him on the question debated so the debater was the ac credited representative of the nation al Prohibition party against Mayor Rose who is generally known as the advocate of sane regulation of the saloon There was no decision Mr Dickie was the first speaker He said in part The prohibition of the liquor traffic is right if considered only from the economic standpoint The saloon is the foe of capital but preeminent ly the enemy of labor It paralyzes the arm of the worklngman shortens his life excludes him from many lu crative callings decreases his power as a producer and throws into the labor market a vast mass of debased and unintelligent laborers who compete disastrously with the sober and industrious workmen No line of manufacture gives employment to so few men in proportion to the capital invested as does the liquor traffic The liquor business breeds crimi nals The testimony of prison chaplains of wardens sheriffs and judges of the criminal courts warrants the assertion that from 80 to 90 per cent of crime is directly or Indirectly traceable to the use of intoxicating liquorsProhibition is right because it has been found to be the most efficient method of restraint The fr4ends of the liquor traffic are such as to condemn it by their own character and conduct Conced ing that a few men of fair respecta bility are its apologists it nevertheless remains true that the lawless classes the thieves the gamblers the thugs the blacklegs the outcasts the harlots the low and vile and degraded of both sexes can be depended upon to the last nan and the last woman to stand with Milwaukees mayor in opposing prohibition and advocating the saloon In arguing that prohibition is wrong Mayor Rose treated the sub ject from three viewpoints the bibli cal ethical and material He claimed that while in ancient timers the evil existed when the Ten Command ments were written no attempt was made to inject prohibition and he challenged any one to finde one word in the Bible advocating the theories of prohibitionists Treating the subjecJMfrpm the eth ical side he took the census flgures of the government and records of cities and states toproye that prohibi tion increased crime insanity deaths domestic infelicity pauperism and stagnated business He took the crIminal records of Milwaukee a wide open town and showed that the arrests here per capita were less than in the prohibition states of Maine Kansas and Georgia He showed that more drunkenness existed in Maine than in Wisconsin He quoted census figures showing that more insanity existed in prohibition states than in neighboring wet states and that the death rates in Maine and Kansas were higher than the wet states ad joining Much was said about thousands of drunkards dying every year but the mayor again quotedcensus figures to show more people died from whooping cough and measles than alco holism He quoted figures to show that there were more divorces in Kansas and Maine than in Wisconsin a wet state that prohibition states also had more paupers He said the bank deposits of dry states were smaller than in wt states and claimed that pro hibklun had beea irfailur wherever tried because it was impossibly 3a r n ev Uiji 4 r t t c corfeet the ill aa4 vteaMGiimt alaN by laws Nation wide prohibition lit Mid woald mea a IoU of 215903000 of revenue a year to the government would seriously affect the farmer and laborer of the country because the brewers and maltsters and distillers consume 109000000 of grain a year It would he said paralyze business cripple railroads be felt in every walk of life and deprive people of personal liberty all for ro purpose except the fanaticism of the prohibi- tionIst The mayor urged sane regulation as the true solution of the drink question OPTION FORCES DIVIDED AntiSaloon League Delays Election at Indiana Capital Indianapolis Ind March 7E M Barney superintendent of the Indianapolis district of the AntiSaloon league said that he would refuse to sign a petition for a local option election in this county He did not think conditions here favorable to a successful campaign at this time Sumner W Hayes recently a can didate for governor on the Prohibi tion ticket and other active temper ance workers are circulating peti tions for an option election and declare they will go forward with tue crusade without the aid of the Anti Saloon league Meetings are to be called in the churches to bring about a nonpartisn option organization DAYTON SEEKS HONOR Wants Medal Presented to Wrights at Home City Washington March 27 Represen tative Cox of Ohio called on President Taft to discuss plans for the delivery of the gold medals awarded by the Aero Club of America to the Wright brothers of Dayton The president will personally confer these medals If the event occurs close enough to Washington other wise he will write a letter to be read at the time of presentation Representative Plersons of New York a member of the Aero club is anxious that the ceremony should be held in New York but the residents of the Wright brothers home city declare that Dayton is the proper place RELATIVES ADMIT WOMAN IS SUICIDE All Evidence Tends to Show Mrs Gulbertson Took Own Life VIncennes Ind March 27Post tive proof was found that Mrs Russell Culbertson wrote the threatening let ters to herself Her own stationery upon which she wrote letters to her husband contains the same water mark as the stationery upon which the threatening missives were found The body to the head of the miniature skull and crossbones the woman was known to have possessed also has been found as well as a letter to her husband In which the young woman laments and calls herself your sad little girl Jessie Her relatives are convinced that she killed nerself LUMBER BARON TALKS Lumber Trust Has No Existence Says Meyerhaeuser St Paul Minn March Z7Therei- s no lumber trust and there never has been This was the reply made by Frederick Meyerhaeuser the St Paul lumber baron to the statement made by Representative Champ Clark of Missouri in the course of his speech in the house Wednesday to the effect that he Meyerhaeuser was the head of the greatest lumber trust In the United States TOt MARKETS Chicago Cattle Steers 5 OO7 25 cows U OO5 15 heifers 3 256 00 bulls 3 755 25 stockers and feeders 3 305 40 CalvesS3 508 35 Sheep and Lambs Sheep 3 006 60 lambs 7 008 25 yearlings 6 007 35 Hogs Choice heavy shipping 7 007 10 butchers 957 05 light mixed 70 g 85 choice light 856 90 packing 6 756 90 pigs 5 256 40 Wheat No 2 red 1 241 CornNo3 6666c OatsNo2 55c East Buffalo Cattle Export cattle 6 006 75 shipping steers 00 625 butcher cattle 6 006 50 heifers U 506 00 3 505 50 bulls 350 5 00 Calve Best 9 0010 00 Sheep and LambsMixed sheep J6 256 50 wethers 6 256 75 ewes 6 006 25 lambs 57 008 50 yearlings 17 OO7 50 Hogs Heavies 7 30fi7 35 mediums 17 30 Yorkers 007 25 pigs 6 50 roughs 6 106 35 stags U 505 50 Plttsburg PaC ttle Choice 56 50 6 65 prime 6 206 40 tidy butchers 5 505 85 helters 005 50 bulls stags and cows 505 25 fresh cows 25 0050 00 Calves Veal 56 006 75 Sheep and LambsPrime wethers 6 25 50 good mixed 5 S06 15 lambs 56 007 85 yearlings 56 00725 Hogs Heavy hogs 57 20725 mediums 57 15 7 20 heavy Yorkers 57 057 10 light Yorkers 56 606 90 pigs 56 256 35 Cleveland 0Cattle Prime dryfed cattle 56 0006 25 fat steers 55 756 00 heifers 54 255 25 cows 52 253 50 bulls 53 004 25 milkers and springers 525 0055 00 Calves 59 00 down Sheep and LambsMixed sheep 55 255 75 wethers 56 0006 25 ewes 55 5006 00 lambs 56 0008 10 Hogs Mixed 57 00 heavies 51 107 15 mediums 57 10 Yorkers 56 507 00 pigs 56 25 stags 55 2505 50 noughs 56 256 40 Cincinnati O Wheat No 2 red 51 2801 294 CornNo2 68069c OatsNo 54V45434c RyeNo 2 85c Lara 59 9010 00 Bulk Meats 59 S7 Bacon 510 50 Hors 55 507 25 Cattle 51 7506 35 SlXeiH52 25S IS Lambs 0008 00 Toledo aWheat 51 2734 corn 68c oats 654 rye 84c cloverseed 55 4 k 1Kr r f f 4ti F i 1T f t r iit 1 t0 J 0 Lwtta j ttttYt 1 iS I ELECTRICITY I w IHYIcleanU night a pleasure Wont you drop in and let usex plain the merits of this new and beautiful light to you and the saving intheconsumpfcion of electricity EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL Electric Wiring in new and old houses neatly done PHONE 730 Repair wroK a sp cailty Winchester Electric Supply Co One Worthy Remembrance The brightest spot in a long and Intimate experience with the telephon3- Is that once some one called up the wrong number and got us by mistake and didnt blame us for ItOhio State Journal t Lessons from Experience Publlus Syrus Learn to see in anothers calamity the ills which you should avoid Too Much Gravity a Bad Sign There is a false gravity which Is a very symptom and it may be said that as rivers which run very slowly have always the most mud at the bottom so a solid stiffness in the con stant course of a mans life is a sign of a thick bed of mud at the bottom of his brain Savllle- The Office and the Fool When a king creates an office Provo idence at once creates a fool to buy It Colbert Inqulsltiveness Rebuked An Elizabeth man chased from his house with a shotgun the doctor who proposed to hold an autopsy on the body ofc the citizens wife for s2cation of scientific curiosity There will be no tendency re biame him The Paul Pry with a scalpel is annoyingly inquisitive And Listen to Its Dictates Washington Keep alive In your breast that little spark of celesUal fire called conscience Modest Modern Man Whatever may be said of the modern man he cannot be said to be lick Ing In modesty While the ancientsIdid their utmost to prove Issued from the gods we do our to demonstrate that we have descended from monkeys Paris Journal U Whole Race Condemned A native of Annam IndoChina sen tenced In Paris for theft wrote the following apology to his employer All Annamitles whether emperors mandarins secretaries literary men and others are born thieves It is a grave and deadily complaint and there Is no cure for it I know people do not like thieves in France but it cannot be helped 4i 4ytl rf r rft Kerr 10 N BlocJcI YOU MAY NOT NEED COAL on Easter and then again you may At any rate it will be well for you to hate a good supply in your cellar Besides Easter is about the cheapest time in the year in whioh to buy coal and as it doesnt spoil you might as well make the saving any way Think it over OUR BRANDS INDIAN MOUNTAIN JELUCO YELLOW JACKET WHITE HOUSE J L Martin Coal and Supply Ci CHURCHES Old Baptist Church Regular preaching services at 11 a m and7 p m Morning subject Baptism from a Denominational Standpoint Preaching by the pastor Elder J M Thomas All are welcome The First Baptist Church Services Sunday morning at U a m aiifl in the evening at 730 p m Dr Porter will preach at both ser vices Strangers and the public arc invited Sunday school at 0 30 a m Midweek prayer meeting Wednesday eve thug at 730 in the evening First Church of Christ Scientist Regular services at the reading room Sunday morning atc eleven oclock and testimonial meeting Wed nesday night at seven oclock The public is cordially invited to attend Sunday March28 1909 Subject Reality Golden Text This is the lull which God desireth to dwell inj yea the Lord will dwell in it forever Psalm 68 10- Responsive Reading Psalm 118 1427 The public is invited to vj ib the olcndailyWashington Street Presbyterian Regular services in the morning at 11 oclock and in the evening at 715 Preaching by the pastor Bcv C E Crtlfton JsIThe humerous and the traftc will be seen at the opera house Wednesday night March 31st Tickets M uh- at the MarinCfik drug sttrc MM day 327lt eela TJat Trip trichemile twice withasd twice against Uw tide Her average gptd far thai az iiLtS air i I bf rr 0 1 7 i II x f- r 1 10 r J rT T n 4f IPlfc trf f nJ THE WIXCMESTER NEWS 4U 4 1 1 jia JFiNITJ r FuWrnfloci I i1ZCSTRArIONfK coprwHrI7 IIY ILL clS Z i1 t OvermaniodgcLathrop CHAPTER V rnon went down to breakfast the l1torDlng wearing the new sum inlYclQtheshJs tailor Id tent to him from Chicago the day before He had flower Jojla btitt6rilole a red rose ftdeed showing Ids colors for the thia- liup1uLday ft The rotunda of the hotel swept of the litter of the night before was lean sfad cool and the morning air ojt a perfect day came In refreshingly at the open doors The farmer mem earlyifrgrs statesmentniof the night before ifVernon in the nervous excitement fcrhlch arouses one at the dawn of any day that Is to be big with events had aeIfalfghtedOfthim at once for she faced the door Shell Be Down Here Again ToMor row Too and she greeted him with a brilliant smIle With springing step he rushed toward her both hands extended in his eagerness She half rose to take them their greeting silenced the early break asters for an Instant Then he sat down opposite her and leaned over with a radiant face as near to her might be considering the width of the tablecloth and the breakfast things between And so youre here at last he exclaimed His eyes quickly took In her toilet remarkably fresh it was though it had been made on the Springfield sleeper It gave none of those evi dences of being but the late flowering of a toilet that had been made the night before as do the toilets of some ladles under similar circumstances She wore this morning a suit of brown tailored faultlessly to every flat ceara and a little turban to match it Be glovesMdaclear and rosy in its rich beauty was good to look uPon The waiter had jut brought her strawberries Send John to me said Vernon to the waiterIll take any breakfast toMlSurely said she well have much tordlscuss And so youre here again at last repeated Vernon as if he had notal JJe1dstress on the at last t She must haven led that fact for she blushed redfaa the strawberries she began to turnover with va rXtlpaJily polsed fork And did r you conl lQWn 110te1 Vernon went on jNb not exactJyV said Miss Gt eneIIMr Overman HodgeLa thr J and I believe several VJJhi Ove wnaia HodgEathrop vSI think sH Miss Greene that she sits somewhere behind There was a LwInkIenthseyes she ftfte foian3ntantro1 her berries JV ecaoVSjf QMtdv the dnng roow Tywiwi Overman Hodite IAtnropln all her arid yes beside h r ttBtigty bid rher allpro tettni Whig was Amelia Ansley They were atra Jong table Mrs OveX nan Hodghead aad 1dt tk Mojeni jroiiienj ever lerTMrati4fpo4wLtK dI4ruLtlat wa sot so Much a material caution alIL Spiritual 6 Wcice pi tkelr superiority t ibst of4he thiaw1thbi h they ilct 4b si V t aarTheir theirtjJVernon who was takftgaljhia in OyermanHodgeLstbrp had ever Imagined it t possible for women to beovn such a woman as she He would sot have been sur prjp4 hadieTraddanly been told that her name had acquired another hy phen certainly her dignity had been wIthhher arms jeopardizing the sleeves of her jacket r It was the most Impressive break mlihthavewhen he should have secured for won en all their civil and political rights and the nation had progressed to fe male lieutenant generals who would be forced at times to dine in public bIcourse the very spiritual aversion of those women to such a thought would have prevented It oc cultly In point of tact his regard in an In stant had ceased to be general and had become specific having Amelia for its objective She sat on the right of her commander a rather timid aide and she se m spiritually to snuggle more closely under her protecting shadow with each passing moment She seemed to be half frightened and had the look of a little girl who Is about to cry Her gray figure with Its hat of violets above her dark hair was on the instant half pathetic to Vernon She sat facing him her face downcast There was no conversation at that table it was to be seen at a glance indeed that among those ladles there would be need for none all things having been prearranged for them Vernon ned that Anielia seemed to him more vdainty more fragile than she had ever been before and his heart surged put toward her Then she raised her eyes slowly and held him until from their depths she stabbed with one swift glance a glance full of all accusation indictment andreproach The stab went to his heart with a pain that made him exclaim Then perceiving that the complicating moments were flying he rose hastily and with half an apology to Miss Greene he rushed across the dining room CHAPTER XI Nr None of the ladies relaxed at VBI sons approach Mrs Overman Hodge Lathrop least of all On the contrary she seemed to swell Into proportions that were colossal and terrifying and when Vernon came within her sphere of influence his manner at once sub dued itself into an apology Why Amelia Mrs HodgeLa throp he cried and Mrs Standish Mrs Barbourton Mrs Trales Mrs Langdonhow do you do He went of course straight to Mrs Overman HodgeLathrops sIde the side that sheltered Amelia and he tried to take the hands of both women at once Amelia gave him hers coldly Ithout a word and without a look He grew weak Inane and laughed uneasily I Delightful morning he said this country air down here Is Morley said Mr Overman HodgeLathrop severely take that seat at the foot of the table He obeyed meekly The ladies he thought from the rustle of their skirts withdrew themselves subtly The only glances they vouchsafed him were sidelong and disapproving He found It Impossible to speak and so waited He couki notr CAll having experienced similar sensatIons since those menac ing occasions of boyhood when he hjid been sent to the library to await his fathers coming Delightful morning indeed Mrs Overman rHodgeLathrop sald in her m9rpIlliginto the coitry Ibrlag you downj ejaculated Ver noL v Morley she said 1 dont wish to have one word from you not one do you understand Your talent for speech has caused trouble enough It is Luofcy we fkaU belt we CaR undo the half of itl Vernon shrink Morley Vernpn Mrs Overman HodgeLftthro Continued do you know what I have a notion to dof hestldInel1sf IyejL Btlcnfo jAj you a go Iig v Vernon ht JOk you neednt look sir she cot ii t l T r PlO bp r4Compei Me to Go lnt Revolting Particulars tiaued you meednt look It wouldnt be the first time as you well know and it isnt so man years agoand I have your mothers full permission too Tha chain of ladylike sympathy that passed about the table at this declaration was broken only when its ends converged on Vernon Even then they seamed to pinch him Your ar mother Mrs Overman jftodgeLathrop went onin slstedj Infleedj on coning down herself but I knew she could never stand hOvermanInstanl I told her that I acoldtThereIpecb t cialsHpdgetathrpD began eating deter nilnedlyaIfr was of course just what I had always predicted she went on Ina staccato that was timed by the rise of her fork to her lips I knew that politics would Inevitably corrupt you soon or late And now it has brought youto this To what asked Vernon suddenly growing bOld and reckless Amelia ha l npt given him ppe glance she was picking at her chop Mrs Overman HodgeLathrop raising her gold glasses and setting them aristocratically on the bridge of her nose fixed her eyes on Vernon Morley ahe said we know We have heard and we have read The Chicago press is an institution that fortunately still survives in these Iconoclastic days You know very well of course what I mean Please do not compel me to go Into the re volting particulars She took her glasses dqwh from her nose as if that officially terminated the matter But really Mrs HodgeLathrop said Vernon He was growing angry and then too be was conscious some how that Miss Greene was looking at him His waiter John timidly ap proached with a glance at the awful HodgeLathrOpYo breakfus senato Is gettin col That may watt said Mrs Over sprangbVernon was determined then toi have it out- Really Mrs HodgeLathrop Jesting aside Jesting cried Mrs Overman HodgeLathrop Jesting Indeed my buslnefl8ShetWell then all right said Vernon I dont know what Ive done All I have done has been to champion measurean4 I may add without boasting I hope with some success all I have done has been to champion a measure which was to benefit your sex to secure your rights to HodfeLathrop tIsyoung map who had the mother you youh8JYou were should so easily have lost his respect fop women VLost my Jespecf for women cried Vernon and then he laughed Now Mrs hedge Lstthrop he went on with tQtfilaMrs Overman HpdgeLathrop was calm Havefiyou ehown her any respect clio entron Have not on the contrary said and done everything you coUld to drag her down from r exalted station to pull her tp the earth to brlns her to a level with mwtp makje her soil herself with politics scheming arid voting aii caucusIng anJ button hoing and wite pqllJp X0Urouid 1avlier 4egrad Unsex herself by going to the po4lH Jo caucuaes arid conveatlons you woutd have here no doubt In time ifttbeture pausedand rtptCfathavebeenearpundthJpLotitenVi t 2 UUtThe ladles stifened haughtily ell a dalnfuilyi Ttrnder the impendiar insp c ttoknoipg full wellTtow easily their oJ B V To Contoiiuea v i r Ic l 0 J RWUNCUTlOft RC1ECTH Gblnt Tells Prince Ceorfe to Tell i Troubles to the tlsiBelgrade March HA cabinetN council decided that the InNcompetent to receive a direct munication from Crown Prince George who is subject orily to his fathers authority The premier will therefore return the letter which the crown prince sent to him renouncing his right of succession to the Servian throne and will advise the prince to NRecentlyhas been waged against the crown nrjnce He has been accused of be Ipg implicated in the death of one ot his servants a mail named Kolako vita V Governor Offers Reward t Frankfort Ky March M Gover nor Willson announced that a reward of 100 wpuld be paid for the appre hension and conviction ot each per son guilty of sowlpg tobacco plant beds with bluegrass or weed seed He calls particular attention to this h 1avingChristian counties Three Killed In Fight Victoria Mexico March 2A re t 5heliving on adjoining ranches north ot Padina has resulted In three deaths The trouble originated in a quarrel over boundary lines HEEDS COUNTRYS CALL Castro Has Eye on Old Job and YVUI Fight If Necessary Paris March 2ft Before leaving ere for Bordeaux Castro c confidedand admirers that he in LendsVenezuela by a revolution should this be necessary He spoke to his countrymen with an earnestness and assion which left no doubt in their that he was convinced he was- nother Napoleon returning trom Elba to reconquer his country Like Francis I all Is lost save honor Castro declared I am going back to Venezuela My country needs me and my mission Is there Capitalist Dead Madison Ind March ir Richard Johnson one of the leading manufac turers of Indiana and one of the rich est men in this city died at hja home here He was Identified with several large enterprises He was alao a director In the American Starch company Je was years old and ana tire of Ireland Girl Sues Hotel Manager Canton 0 March 2 = Charles D Gardener manager of the McKinley hotel was made defendant in a breach of promise suit by Miss Lulu Traxler of Newarc O The plaintiff seeks judgment of 25000 Mr Gar dener recently married a Canton girl and has just returned from his honey moonShoots Brother During Quarrel Washington 0 March 2JooChestnut 24 ties Ina critical condi ion as a result of a shot In the abdomen inflicted It Is alleged by his brother George 26 during a quarrel over the division of property THE MEAT Of IT Jn the present national congress six senators and 44 representatives an swer to the name of BIllt Mrs Julia Janovicz shot through the rear door of her home at Chicago at a supposed burglar and killed an unidentified man President Taft has reappointed Charles Judson to be collector of customs In the Sandusky 0 district- A W Forest of Columbus 0 was a passenger on a train that was held up near Denver Colo He contributed 100 to the bandits rellet fund Columbus 0 saloon keepers are now leasing their buildings on condi tion that the county Is not voted dry Situation Assumes New Aspect London March i The Balkan situation has assumed a somewhat new aspect owing to the sensational pews of the abdication of the Servian crown prince The prince hitherto has been considered the leader of the War party at Belgrade and his fire brand speeches have done much to Inflame the feelings of the Servian people They are not wanting those both here and at Vienna who believe that a political move underlies his renunciation Whether or not this Is the case itls certaln that tne re moval of the crown prince fnm the scene is a step making for peace It will be easier under present condi lions for Servia to retreat from a dif ficult situation Motor Cycle Record Broken Daytppa Via March f ThcJ third days tournament of the Daytona Beach races was confined almost ex cluslyely to Triotor cycle and bicycle rages there being only two axjtomo bile races the Daytona handicap The principal feature was the breaking of the worlds onehour motor cycle rec ord of 69 miles by Walter Goerke of Brooklyn N Y the former record being made on the Broklatid cement track in England Boy Kiln Baby Brother Kent OI March afJcin Weber w eeyearbld Jlonof Mrs Henry We erof Tillmadge died In convul sons from swallowing white beans given to bin by ills brother WilUf ged 9t who was playinCd L ft Jthv q CHESAPEAKE 1OHO r Eastboiinri o 2S Dilly Ex Sun 842 a ao 22 Daily 1157 a m No 28 Daily Ex Sunday 6 30 p m No 24 Daily 925 p m Westbound No 27 DailyEx Sunday 622 a m No 21 Daily 803 a m No 25 Daily Ex Sunday 250 p m o 23 Daily f 438 p LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE jSouthbound No CincinnatiKnoxville lb aV100Tam No 33CincinnatiJacksonville imited 1057a m No MaysvilleStanford local witj Cincinnati ooneotion at Paris irrives at 632 departs at 635 p m Ifo 31 GincinnatirAtlanta limite p m Northbound TRAIN SCHEDULE No 34 AtlantaCinpinnati limit Ofi a m No StanfordMaysville 10cl conectfn at Irisfor Cincinnati 723 a a NO KuoxyilleCincinnati lo cal arrives 250 departs 253 p m NO JacksonvilleCincinnati limited 5 45 p m- All of these trains will stop at Win hester also are all daily except Nos 9 and 10 which are daily ex ept Sunday LEXINGTON EASTERN RY CO Time Card in Effect June 21 90S East Bound Stations Y Lexington Winchester L E Junction Clay City Stanton Camp ton Junction Natural Bridge Torrent Beattyville Juno Athol 0 K Junction Jackson Westbound 4vJackson 0 K June Athol Beattyville June Torrent Natural Bridge Campton June Stanton Clay City L E Junc- Winchester ArLexfogton Daily No11 Sun Ex AlL 16 151 10 707 730 745 7481 815 825 900 912 955 INo2i Daily PY 2 25I 320 350 358 430 436 447 510 537 l 605 610 rDaiIyrN LPM 220 225 252 3201 341 355 357 426 435 507 520 605 No4 Daily IAM 7ill5I 826 90 910 938 943 956 10 17 1045 1115 1120 Only 4aM 700 705 730 754 8 1fi 826 828 854 902 931- 946 110 25 THE FOLLOWING CONNECTIONS ARE MADE DAILY EX CEPT SUNDAY L E Junction Trains Nos 1 and 3 will make connection with th- C 0 Ey for Mt Sterlirg Campton Junction =iTraiis Nos 1 2 3 and 4 will connect with the Mountain Central Ry for passengers to and from Campton Ky BQattyville JunctionTrains Nos and 4 will connection with the LE A Railway for Beattyville Ky 0 K JunctionTrains Nos I and 4 will connect with the 0 K Railway for Cannel City Ky and way stations W A MCDOWELL Gen Mgr CHAS SCOTT G P A 17tte NEGROES RESIST ARREST Two Killed and Forty Captured in- Battle With Deputies oGuth 7 ieOkla March On the cene of the famous Creek Indian up- risIng of last year at Hickory settle meat three aegroes were killed many wounded and 40 captured in a battle between 20 deputy sheriffs and 100 negroes Five deputies went from Henryetta 18 miles north of the negro settlement to arrest cattle thieves thought to be concealed in the house of one of the negroes They were met at partyotlow them to enter The deputies per sisted and were fired upon Outnum bered the five fled A t whgnfi plter the first clash a larger party heavily armed reached the aqttlement Some one fired a shot and the rioting was on The fighting lasted several hours before the negroes were put to flight Banker Gets Nev Trial Frankfort Ky March 20 The court of appeals rcyered the case of- T Anderson one of the alleged Ipank wreckers ot Owensboro who wa sentenced tQ three years in the penitentiary oa the charge of falsely Bwearing to a report of hiS bank iew trial Is Ordered AI p rClark 7 County INCORPORATED ConstructioriCo i IIThink of the mud and hil- lcllmblngtax paid each yearOn mere Ithe Basis ofEquipment and the application of Economical Business Methods we solicit the construc tion and repairing of kinds and conditions ofroads public or pri vate streets or alleys Crushed and Building Stone Always on Sale We purchase Dynamite Powder Cement and Sand in car lots and will be pleased to sell same in any quanitydesired The putting in of all classes of Concrete a as specialty and satisfaction guarant edJ any and Dark Oak Walnut Mal All Sizes from 15 to 25O LACE CURTAIN CARPET and All Spring U We and for to Your Run Your Machine Run Curl Your Hair We for All We All for Less Ice Co INCORPOR TEn CROWD HOOTS GIRL Californians Show Disapproval of Pro posed Marriage to Japanese San Francisco March Amid hoots and yells banging of tin cans and an ironIcal shower of rice and powers Mrs John Emery wife of Archdeacon Emery of the Episcopal church and her daughter Miss Helen Gladys Emery whose engagement to Gunjiro Aoko a Japanese has arous ed public sentiment against them left their home at Gorte Madeira came to this city but almost departed for Tacoma Wash Aoko was not with them when they left here- Damage Verdict Sustained Frankfort Ky March o The court of appeals affirmed the 7500 damage verdict rendered by the lower court against the Soutlern railroad In Whitley county for the death orI George Adkins one of 16 men by an explosion of a car of and nitroglycerin at Jellico believed mountaineers the car and caused the explosion Suspect Play Lima Qr March jValtcr Gray of Wapakoneta was found half drown ed and unconscious near the Ottawa river On his head were a number of cuts and bruises and his condition is serious He is unable to talk and foul play is suspected II Blow From Paddle Serious Ironton 0 March 2Frd Hat field a butcher his uncle Gus Warr head wIth a lard paddle and so injured htm that he will die a r I ic Ne RMM can c ttile Far as Muck a a- pr flL all struck badly tIOU6CIIOLD NG6ClTY IJIIIiISA IGet a can of JAPALAC to day at our Paint Department and see for how wonderfully it will an old chair or in fact piece of furniture that is badly marred It comes in 16 colors has a hundred uses Oak Mahogany Cherry BlacfiNaturalAluminun cts CLEANER Cleaning Requilftes Phillips Drug Electric Current Furnish Electric Current Day Night forall Domestic Furnish Current Motors Do Washing Sewing Curling Iron To IroningRun Furnish Current Purposes Sell Tungsten Lamps PlantIWinchester Railway Light immediately that dynamiteI Foul nlPOhtho J yourself re- Juvenate Co 1I Purposes- We W S IDOLJPHIN TAILOR SHOP Clothes Gleaned Pressed 6 Repaired- We do French CleaRing and floarmtee Satisfaction Ladles Party Dresses SfreclaJty Give Us a Trial and we do the rest AH called for and delivered 24 W Court St Home Phone 645 Winchester Ky KENTUCKY FAIRS I9D9 Clark County August 3rd 4 Days Scott county July 27th 4 Blue Grass Lexington ugut9th 16 days Rockcastle county August 18 3 Bourbon county September 7thj 5 days September13th dayaSpencerMercer county August 12 3 JKnox county August 18 3 s dayScays daysBoone kindlyfurnishfree of charge Spain Export Much Olive OH Spain exports at lea t3w- orth of olive oil a year and Jor larg crops twIN that a i fyT 7 w i i i iV i r f f + t 0 t J I i Hi1r trr wtis fv t L iFiber r OPpICIAL SCHI3DULEQF BLUE GRASS ft4JtfEiCITIES ti Lexington f t Richmond u i 1y F1it Fl npktortIJI wt lJ Shelb vibe I r4 Pars 2 Mni 1ii Winchester tl iJUir Jp r fJ 3 kTt Lexington i WE May 15 16 June 6 14 27 July 17 18 Au 29rrSept 12 May 22 24 26 Julie 7 8 25 26 July 24 Aug 10 30 Sept 7 9 May 8 9 30 31 31 Juno 9j 20 July nAug 1 22 Sept 6 6 May 7 13 18 June 22 30 July 5 16 28 Aug 9 Sept 41011 April 30 May 1 2 23 29 Junes 13 July 4 25 Aug 14 15 Sept 5 POLICE NOW WORKING ON SUICIDE THEORY J Have Slight Evidence That Mrs CulBerison Ended Own Life Vincennes Ind March 23The po pointingtosubstantiated will throw light on the mystery surrounding the death of Mrs Russell Culbertson One of these is the little plaster of paris skull and ctossbones found near the body of the woman when she was dis covered lying in the shed It is believed the pollee will be able to locate the place where this was obtained and it is hinted that it will be shown thatit had been in the possession ot Mrs Culbertson for some time Should this be true it will add to the suicide theoryVThe other clew is the carbolic acid vbbttlQ which was found near the shed tin which the womans body was found This bottle bore a lapel different from that used by local drug gists and the bottle was taken to Lawrencevillei Illto ascertain wheth er or not it was purchased there Mrs Culbertson visited Lawrenceville last Monday and it is said a label such as was on the bottle is used by a druggist in that city The police are also endeavoring to trace a report that Mrs Culbertson about a year ago attempted suicide butting an artery in her wrist rT GOTCH IS CONFIDENT Champion Wrestler to Meet Italian on- Mat In Omaha Omaha March 2ln this city to night Frank Gotch champion wrestler of the world who is matched to meet Mahmout and Hackenschmidt will grapple with John Perrilli the Italian Optch anticipates little trouble in pinning Perrillis shoulders to the mat The Italian is a big strong man but he has so far met only second raters iy Gptch Retains Title jKansas City March 2Frank Gotch of Iowa champion wrestler of the world retained his title by defeating Raoul de Rouen of France in atraight falls I To Be Hanged For Assault Hopkirisville ICY March 2Arthur Wilson a negro who was charged with criminally assaulting Mrs John T Watson wife of a sew ingV machine agont was found guilty by a jury and sentenced to be hanged Mrs Watson positively identified Wilson The assault occurred on Jan 11 since which time Wilson has been kept in the Henderson jail to prevent mob violence Dayton Attorney In Trouble Dayton Oi March 2rJ B Smith attorney was arraigned before Magis forgingaridalleged that he secured a certificate the name of W B Indiana and so changed the document that he could convert it to his own use Smith pleaded not guilty and his bond was fixed at 1000 To Preside at Haskell Trial JWuskqgee Okla March 2fJohn A Marshall united States judge for the district court of Utah has been n med by Judge Sanborn of the Unit topresideatGovernor Charles N Haskell and other Uioman3 Saloons Under One Ownership Cedar Rapids la Mardi 2PPro Gothenburg system of placing all sa loojBs under one ownership may ba adopted by thirdly wiU UE TRY A MEWS WANT s Jt t 7 ADVERTISEMENTS 4 10ltJhL1 t r 5fty- At Richmond II 1Jl111July 1 2 3 Aug 16 17 Sept 3 PRINT May 10 117L2 June 17 18 19 July 12 13 20 Aug 24 Sept 10 Hi May 271 28 29 June 22 23 July 1516 29 30 Aug 20 21 May 3 4 5 x June 7 8 9 July 6 7 Aug 10 11 SepL1314May 25 July 5 23 24 Aug 2 3 30 31 Sept 8 9 L Athxapfort- 3luy ii21 25 July 61 7 2122 Aug 3 4 11 31 Sept 8 April 30 sissy 1 2 23 June 4 5 13 July 4 Ana 9 25ISept 5 CORRECTLYr May ISi6 Jute 6 27 28 Julv 18 j dAugSept 12 13 May 2728 July 1 10 14 July 29 30 Aiur 12 19 25 26- ept 3 Mav89181930June July 11 Aug 1 22 Sent 4 III Give i 4 L v = 7CCc = I if at once us to 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exaggeration as to the class of a majority of the men who have been taking instruc tions from manager Clark Griffith at Atlanta during the past three or four weeks While many of them have neve performed in fast society it can b confidently predicted that a maJorit of the recruits will make good an that manager Griffith will have a bet tee aggregation than Kelley Hanlo- or Ganzel handled And it is safe to predict that he will get r sults fdr the manner in which he ha bGeit working with his men show- 4leurly that Griffith has the right ide DuringUknown comedian paid Griffith t doimpliment of being the bestorigin utpr of inside base ball he had seeiacrd if Griffith can find enou brains among his athletes to work xccedinglythISOhis year fc Watching Outfielders newTl who is being watched closer than any over OaKestthe outfielder candidate The youngster has shown such extraordinary form in the Way of fielding throwing and r base running that Griffith has gdne almost to the extent of praying thathe will develop into a good bats man If Oakes can hit 250 hell be aft extremely valuable man to us said Griffith a few days since Oakes tit near the 300 nark in the Pacific Coast League last season and it is expected tat1wilJ bt able to real ize Griffitli rs expectations this yea i t J 1iA Ji TI t Grubbs Benton Cor Main and Broadway Winchester Ky 4 Its going tobe a pretty fight for the center field job between Oakes and Bescher Secured Bad Start Last season the Pittsburg team secured a bad start by reason of Hans Wagner not reporting until the day the season opened It loks as if the Pirates would take on the same handicap agai nthis year Had Wagner been in shape at the start of last season Clarkes men would have won a few games moreenough- to cinch the pennant as they lost the flag by only one game This handicap is expected to help the Reds some as they are picked by quite a number of dopesters as first division possi bilities with the Pittsburgs and the Phillies as the teams they may beat out Wagner claims to be keeping in condition by motoring and iplaying basket ball but after all its the work on the diamond that makes a player right for the real thing Black Jack Johnson Nothing modest about Black Jack aboutrthanewillYexdcan ever to the anythingn heegnussome haveataunts of Johnson are assuming tones aiianswerinthenenher overtagainebrowoghCommissionYThe decision of doaclaring that the Kentucky Racing Commission is unconstitutional by reason of its working under rules that savor of class legislation has given local sporting men mush en couragement to hope for open and un trameled betting at future meetings of the Lalonia Jocksy Club It was the Racmg Commission which ordered that nothing but paiimutual betting be conducted on the various trafeks of the State The Latonia manage inent defied this ruling and licensed bookmakers wftnttie result that the matter was taken into the courts Unless the upper courts reverse Judge Harbisons decision the merrie Kbqbkie will Abe dajng business agiiui t fi f GET OUR PRICES j I I gentleAnnieThe Turner Games Heres a little tip for the athletes o fthis vicinity Go into training for the big Turner games to be held here during June The committee having the Turnfest in charge will make it so interesting for contestants that it will be to the advantage of all athletes to try for the various and many prizes that will be offered at the big out door meet Besides these contests therewill be gymnastic exhibitions at the camp at Carthage and in the big Fest Platz to be erected on Government Square operhouseTickets on sale at MartinCooks drug store Monday 327 It Both young and old will enjoy t lecture at the opera house night March 31st wedneSdayII Monday at the MartinCook drugstore 227lt DEPENDS HOUSE RULES Former Senator Hemenway Speak at Pittsburg Banquet Pittsburg Pa March 27Wit- more titan 500 guests in attendance Including representatives of practically every important railroad and ever large city in the country the sevent- annual banquet of the Traffic Club of Pittsburg was held at the Fort Pitt hotel Former United States Senator J A Hemenway of Indiana end W W Finley president of the Soothe railway were the honor guests of t occasion and both made addresses President Finley devoted much of his speech to showing the growth the south in recent years and ii great resources which assured more progress in years to come evE Senator Hemenway discussed but ness conditions tariff legislation and the criticisms directed against gress He made a defense of rules of the national house of repr sentatives and said they were ned sary to enable the majority to trans act business i Player Callahan Reinstated Cincinnati 0 March 27The national baseball commission has grant ed the request for the reinstatement of player J J Callahan on condition that he pay a one of X100 The ser vices of Callahan had been vested the Chicago American league club but he did not report to the club for several years ae Having been managing the Logan Square team of Chicago j q ct + CLAY CITY Mi Ruben Lipton of Winchester was in the city tis week Mr TJ T Adams was called to Madison county Monday by the se rious illness of his sister Mrs Nan nie Cruse Mr Oscar 1fa key after several weeks confinement to the house with rheumatism is tibie to be out Quite a umber of pur citizens at tended the funeral of Mrs Drusie badlySheservices were conducted by JSlder J w Harding of Winchester on Fri flay uaigene the little son of Mr and firs E B AIcITone lids been quite ill improvedMr Winchester was the guest of his daughter Mrs c P Allen a few days the past weekMrs Margarite Richardson of Lexington was in the pity Monday Mrs A Hountz has been quite ill but is now some better Mr and Mrs Hood Curtis of Winchester liar been called to the bed side of Mrs Frank Newell who is very low Miss Mollie Johnson has entered Stanton College for the remainder of the term Miss Nannie Maple and Miss Pearl Troy of Hazel Green were the guests of Miss Bertha Maple Thursday night at the Central Hotel Mrs A Tr Whitt entertained at cards Tuesday evening Misses Gene va Adams Mary and Grace Shim fessel Mary G Ecton Messrs W T McGuire J T Prentice 0 M Car nahau S Meizker w H Courtney Pierce Keilti Sydney the baby boy of rranil- H C Warmouth has been very sick 1Missspending a few flays very pleasantly with her cousins Dr and Mrs E R Bush at Winchester Mrs Josephine Hazelrigg On Friday March 19th 1909 the death angel euteredrStlti home of Clarence Hazelrigg and quietly took JosephineHazelrigg LibertyICol J T Hazelrigg she has made her home with her song Clarence She fell in February brdking her leg and forIrounded by loved ones vho had ten derly cared for her during her illness She leaves an interesting family of eight children lrsJudge Ed ORear Mrs Nora Armstrong Mrs Kate Whaley MrsfTtia Gardner Mrs Hattie Pollick Messrs Clarence A and John J Jr also two brothers Funeral services were conducted by Rev Clark at Mt Sterling after jtheresurrection call P B Peaceful be thy slumber ever All thy warfare now is oer Thou wilt wake to sorrow never Conflict thou shalt know no more Peaceful in thygrave we leave thee There to wait the trumpets call Cares of earth no more shall grieve thee Thou are resting from them all Peaceful has thy spirit left us painheWe shall meet to live again Peaceful in the arms of Jesus Closely nestling on his breast Thou hast gone to join the ransomed In that home forever blest Peaceful peaceful close beside you thronehlo the Lord ha claimed is own ThankshIn behalf of the family Mrs Clar once Hazelrigg wishes to thank the people of Clay City for the kindness shown them during their troubles and Mrsheand Miss Maggie Neal impoaalbiarsinterest nai the whole swarm is not for the In beeMazesi Russiath27Generale osfan is at present in St Petersburg and is negotiating with the government for permissio- to establish a branch of the Salvatio- Army in Russia He is being strong ly opposed by the holy synod Dont Know How te Live There are people who go about the world looking for slights and they are necessarily miserable for they find them at every turn especially im aginary oaes They are morally IK literate for they have never learned kow te lire fieiiry Druamoad ot t L ARE YOU LOOKING FOR BARGAINS IF SO HERE IT IS THIS COSTUME IS EXACTLY LIKE CUT 49 cents Worth 100 ONE AND ONE ONLY TO A CUSTOMER SATURDAY and MONDAY March 27th and 29th LIMITED QUANITY ON HAND FIRST TO CALL FIRST TO GET A BARGAIN J T LUMAN 50 REWARD The Clark County Fish and Game Club will pay fifty dollars reward for the production of evidence that will personforseininglawful destruction of fish in either the reservoir or Howards Lower Creek penaltiesivriteishave been stocked by the Fed eral Government they are also sub penaltiesinlposedby Information with reference to vio lations should be furnished to any of the undersigned J M Hodgkin R R Perry J P Conway S B Tracy JM Benton S Wino 0 Sf Johnson J W M D Royce March 26 1909VLarge cakes chocolate oocoanut an caramel for sale at the Winches ter Bakery 312rilmo SOMETHING GOOD Come to the opera house night and see the moving SaturdayI Admission 10 cents For a good laugh go to the lecture nightMarchat the MartinCook drug store327It THE MEAT Of IT Ethel Stein wanted in Columbus 0 on a pocketpicking charge and beern caught In New York city inatitsu e terms of the will of James Milliken who died at Orlando Fla Six Cleveland 0 candy manufac turers have been indicted on charge of operating a confectioners trust Dr Robert Reyburn one of the phy sicians who attended President Gar field after he was shot by Guiteau is dead at Washington JohaveLake Erie is dead at her home Upper Sandusky 0 at the age of 115 years digmendsIs in a McKeesport Pa hospital ith two bullet holes in his lung little chance to recover BabyThe him wltk monthngrown up Assumes the responsibility of a mam and takes a new name Entering up em public duties he takes another name which Is changed with every step is life if his superior officer hthe same name he happens to have at that timehe must change It again he gust also change it when he marries l and when he dies it is changed for the last time and inscribed upon his tomb Home Votes b t L OPERAHOUSE MONDAY MARCH 29th CHAS W MERCER Presents a Metropolitan Company Supporting the Popular Young Character Actor G CARLTON GUY IN A REAL COMEDY DRAMA iTHE CRYBABY Hear the Hells Neck Quartette PRICES Downstairs 35 50 and 75 cents Gallery 25 cents GARAGE Bring me your automobile for repair or storage I have an uptodate Garage with 4 nice Waiting Room for Ladies Chase Hagan Winchester Ky Corner of Broadway and Highland Conkwrigfit Transfer and Ice Co FufnAllure Planes Etc a Specialty NO If Nerth Main Street Roth FteBes Heaven The desire to get to heaven would be more general than it Is if a goo many people were not of the opnio that the gold with which the streets there are paved must he nailed down Chicago RecordHerald Prevalence of English Language Twothirds of all the letters pass through the post offices of t world are written in English WANTAtonce good reliable boy to learn the printers trade Ap ply to this office 7327 tf v k rr CLASSIFIED COLUMN iii ClassifledPer Ward Onehalf cent per word per mien tion 5 cents per calender Oath Nothing counted less than 20 words No item charged p books for less than 25 cents There continuous insertions of same item at double the onetime rate For 250 lines or merit used with one year A centals linerFOR RENT Three rooms withVgas and fixtures for light house Iceep ing good location V j CV itl IITHE REAL ESTATE MAHr tinr 9iandMorning Glory horn AddresNf- R B this office 19tftW- ANTED To buy clean ragsApp ply at The News officeV t 217 ttt WIRE FENCEI still build allkind iof wire fence Ili in the markelfor reprpricesavenue Home phone 541 v 216tf FOR RENT Two houses N T TAYLOR 217tf FOR SALEOld papers for sale at this office 216tL- WANTEDTo take orders for making cakes beaten biscuit rolls Um = bales arid rosettes MISS LUOY COLEMAN BROWNING 218 Col lege street Home phone 6o4V 3111u ok FOR SALEEggs from thorough h bred singlecomb White Leghorns at 75 cents for 15 H E WIT 109 French avenue 315lmo FOR SALE Eggs from purebred Buff Plymouth Rocks H E PHILLIPS Winchester KyHome phone 3113171moJUNK DEALER Chas Zigman junkdealer in old iron and all kinds of old metal Best buyer in town Corner Main and Washington street3171moSTRAY COLT Strayed into my liv ery stable No 15 West Washing ton street a yearling horse colt bay long tail and mane BIRL TURNER 317tf WANTED A young man to learn insurance business Loafers need not apply Apply box 418 Win chester Ky 3205 FOR SALE Good organ to Miss Nannie Sewell 27 Alabama streetphone 204 3203fc FOR RENTNew 6room cottage on College street with gas water and bathroom Good cistern Pos session at once Apply to MRS MARIA BEAN 210 College stre- et323e1dtf FOUND By Frank Martin on Main street long black glove Owner can have same by calling at Citize-ns bank 3243t tvogoodrliable k Roy 14 North Main street3243t FOR SALE Plymouth Rock squabs to eat Fat dainty delicious Try some Call up Home phone 5 W K GUMMING Lexington avenue 3256t FOR SALE Eggs from thorough bred White Leghorns75 cents per 15 Brown Leghorns also Vilit my yards PREWITT BROWN 23 East Washington streetV v 3251mo v LOST Pocketbook some money and a card OSCAR VEST Reward W J REED 101 Alabama street Phone 716 325jtfa WANTED Day boarders Mrs n H PARRISH 235 Lexington aven ue 325T4tV egasataa Also eligible Berkshire gilts will YcCIURER32Slwo forheman ave nue Home phone 721 3276L FOR RENT Three roasts snitaWe for housekeeping Apply 136 Al bama street 3271s 1