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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jIL st mii VOL 1 NO 150 WINCHESTER KY WEDNESDAY APRIL 7 1909 2 CENTS A COPY II CENTS A WEll ISTATE BOARD OF RAISES CLARK COUNTY TAX LEVY Five Per Cent on taking Except Town LotsJudge Evans In Frankfort to Appear Before Board At the session of the State Board of Equalization heMut Frankfort Tuesday the tax le7of Clark county was raised five per cent on every thing cxcepttown lots The Board in considering Clark county found that in the assessment of farm lands on a basis of recentbsales that the average was 63 per acre while tha general average was only 37 per acre If farm lands arc raised personalty goes with it The county will be given a hearing and County Judge Evans is in Frankfort for that purpose EASTER OPENING BY H H HALL Will Have Music and Refreshments Wednesday Afternoon and Evening Promptly at 230 Wednesday af ternoon the furniture store of H II Hallwas opened to a Jarge crowd that came to attend his Easter open jug The invitations sent out stated that the reception hours were in the afternoon from 230 oclock to 5 and in the evening from 730 to 930 Time store room is beautifully deco rated for the occasion anda trip throughwill be interesting Refresh ments are served and music is being rendered by the Winchester Orches tra POCKET BIBLES SENT TO PENITENTIARY SendingSacred Prisoners F ES snot time since Henry E Yout sOIcictyPc o Chns 1orrision itf ort im treasurer Mr Fred Singleton has ifowarded ten handsome morocco bound Bibles Each book has the name ot Ute Eendeavorer for whom it is ittended nicely engraved in gilt let tern on the back receiving1fijliuijs William S Anderson Chair of Prayer Meeting Committee StudyCommittee cording Secretary William chairman of Music NewcombI iol Wilson Jas E Bennett ySiannon William Pace and James loner t DENIES A PARDON Go1Yillsonjug application for pardon William Pace of Clark county six year sdntcnce for horse stcalingI THE WINCHESTE NEWS EQUAliZATION THANKS AMERICA FOR TIMELY AID King of Italy Grants Audience to Roosevelt Warship Fires Salute Messina April 7 Theodore Roosevelt and King Victor Emmanuel met on the Italian battleship Re Unborto in Messina harbor The meetineg was characterized by the utmost cordiality and the king took occasion to express the gratitude of himself and the Ital ian people for the generous assistance of the American people to the earth quake sufferers At the close of the interview Mr Roosevelt went ashore and inspected the ruins of the city the desolation of which moved him strongly He then boarded the steam er Admiral which hoisted her an chors and proceeded on her Avay to MombasaWhen the Admiral arrived at Mes sina the vessel was saluted by the Re Umberto with the king on board Al most immediately Captain Pfeister the former Italian military attache at Washington and now aide to Admiral Miraoello was taken to the Admiral in a launch and inquired for Mr Roosevelt To him he said tih king sent his compliments and would have great pleasure in receiving the for mer president of the United States Mr Roosevelts face lit up with a pleased smile and accompanied by his son Kermit and Ambassador Gris com he proceeded at once to the bat tleship The king met the party at the head of the gangway and he greeted the expresident effusively shaking him warmly by the hand He did not wish he said to allow toe opportunity to pass of making the personal acquaintance of so distinguished a man Above all he wanted personally to thank the expresident for the help extended by America at he time of the earthquake You aro now able he added to understand bet ter what a terrible disaster it was Mr Roosevelt replied thanking the sovereign for the compliment paid him in inviting him to come aboard the the Re Uiriberto He said that the American people did not wish thanks for what they had done as they had merely tried to do their duty and knew no better way to con front the immense need than by their work and contributions The conver sation then turned to the hunting trip to Africa the king saying that his tastes also ran in that direction He mentioned tho expedition of the Count of Turin in Africa and similarly with the Duke of Aosta expressed the hope that Me Roosevelt would meet the count there After more than kingIa photograph was made of a group consisting of his majesty the expres ident Kermit and the American am theIKermit and Ambassador Griscom amid much laughter F qo =SAVE SOME OF THE MONEY THAT YOU eeSAVEIIf you could place in a special purse or deposit in a special fund all of tho moneys saved in time course of a year because of your readings and answering ads youd be surprised at tho sum total The pennies and dimes on groceries table supplies the dollars saved on clothes furniture furnishings objects of art china silverware all in a years course would amount to a tidy sum indeed Why dont you try the experiment for a few Aveeks of ACTUALLY SETTING ASIDE tho amounts saved in your purchases on account of your study of tho ads Thou invest in something you have long needed and say Hero is something Ive bought with money ACTUALLY not theoretically SAVED You will find that all of this adviao we have been giving you about reading and answering ads has been sound bnsi nesslike advice And you will let the ads take a real part in yourbuying and your selling hereafterwhich will be a fortunate circumstance for and for the town in which you live Iyon i 8SS3SGX3QGXSSS DS DO z 6 4- t I v to JAMES J JEFFRIES AS HE APPEARS IN SRAIKIHG TO RENTER THE PBIZE EUTG This is the latest photograph of James T Jeffries and shows what effect hte preliminary training has had him Jeffries has been playing a theatrical engagement In Boston and besides his boxing bout twice a day on theI stage he puts In several hours in the gyhinosium In Boston lie also took a di ily spin in the parks paceS by on au tomobile His admirers hon doubt now that be win meet Turk Johnson for the championship next fall t- STANDARD OIL HAS ITS INNINGS Attorney Milburn Talks For the Defense and Relates Early History St Louis April 7JoI11l G Milourn of New York tho Standard Oil Com panys chief counsel of record com menced tho presentation of the do fendants side of the case In the gov ernments suit to dissolve the Stand ard Oil Company of New Jersey for alleged violations of the Sherman act now before the United States circuit court of this city Although Air Mil burn addressed the court but 40 min utes he found time in that briaf period to tell much of tho early history of the Standard Oil corporation lefense1The rIporationindustries and commerce and that the oil business of the early days was of a nondescript type Wherever said he impressively by way of commencement has trod the foot of civilized man wheraA er the hoof of tho camel has made its imprint upon the sands of the desertIor wherever an artificial burned and wherever flies the flag of any nation there will pe found the product of Standard Oilthe product of America and Americans C B Morrison formerly United States attorney in Chicago and Mr Kelloggs chief associate finished the governments opening of the argu ment by a twohours discussion of the alleged unfair competition scoring the Standard heavily for its al leged secret gathering of reports showing the business of competitors and charging it further with maintain ing a secret spy system Among other independent mentioned by Mr Mor rison as saving been spied upon was the firm of Hisgen Brothers of Albany N Y the senior niembOr of which Tom Hisgon was tho Indepen dent League candidate for the presidency r M l i 1f JUNES MIND BECOMES BLANK 86ASKED TO TESTifY Commonwealths Attorney Crotchet Asks Court to Nave iestirnolly of- Witness in MpCullm Case Taken ByOfficial Stenographer The trial of G D McCuUnm for al leged bribery came temporarily fo an abrupt end at the morning session of court Wednesday morning Mr Jos eph Jores who WitS eland acquitted on the same charge Tuesday wi the first witness called for the Com monwealth lie had only gotten a lit tie ways in his testimony when Com monwealths Attorney Crutcher asked for an olftc stenographer and Judge Benton sent a telegram to Miss Tem pleinan at Richmond the official stenographer stating that he would wait until she arrived before goin with the trial Ion Mr Jones was summoned to ap ipcar this morning and when court convened he was not present and failed to come at all until a subpoena was issued for him At the adjouru tment of court until this afternoon jMr Jones was placed under a200 bond to appear A subpoena Wets also issued for Mr R II laggard directing him to bring into court the affidavit signed by J ne purporting to give the entire trantiction between Jones and MCullum- Mind Became BlankIWhen the ComntQiuvealth AttI hey began to examine Mr JOIIHS hisj mind became a blank uid everything connected with time case seemed to be foreign to hiD The first question asked hinr was if HcCuHfam warns a theielection hold before the Council on April 15 1008 Mr Junes siiid he was not lie was tfcij asked if 2d Cullum ever asked liiiu to vote for him for the office mind he replied that jMcCullutn hud not lie was then t I wr asked in regard to the transaction whichwas said to lithe taken place between him and McCullurn in rp Bard to the transaction which was said to have taken place between him and McCullum in regard to the two notes each for 100 one due in one year find the other in two years He did not nppcar to know much about the notes it seemed He said he thought probably he got some notes fyom MeCullum but did nut know whether McCuIlums name was signed to them or not He also said that he remembered having talked to F H Haggard in regard some notes and the trans action between himself and McCul hun bu tdid not remember exactly what it was about After the examination had go this fur the Judge ordered court aneat journed until 245 this afternoon which time it is thought the stenogra pher will arrive The sheriff was ordered to take the jury in charge until times HIGH WINDS BLOW DOWN OLD POLE On Church Avenue Belonging to East Tennessee Telephone Company 1ayI The high windof Ved loon blew dowh anof them poles on Church alley between Broadway to Washington street belonging to tl Last Tennessee Telephone Company r r J H r 1 f1ifF k 1tt I i r xtiti iol t d INDEPENDENTS MEET WITHI OFFICERS OF BURlEY SOCIETY 4000 Hogsheads in Dispute to Be Taken By Individual Members Shortage is Expected in 1909 Despite Big Crop Outlook CINCINNATI 0 April 7lu a meeting that convened before noon yesterdaydependent manufacturers of tobacco adjusted differences that had sprung up between themselves and the sell era the Kentucky Burley Tobacco Society Some matters still remain be threshed out and those will be taken up in a meeting to be field to dayThe meeting of il1d pen ellfmanu tacturers was attended by twenty two leading manufacturers who met as individuals and was presided over ICVOrleans and other citn tlTjhewas to arrange among thcrnanufnct urers for the aboutbjed 1000 hogsheads of Burley tobacco allotted to independents by the Kentucky Burley Society out of the 25 flugfjiSIforrportioned among the buyers to the saitsfaction of both the independents and the Burley Society which was represented at tho meeting by Char nee IjcBus of Cynthiana President and the executive committee of time M SocietyThe shortage in the Burley crop in Kentucky as the result of prac tically no crop being raised last year iiitprospect that a hirge crop will betraised the coming season the short age is likely to still exist and timec manufacturers discussed the pros Deotive distribution of the next crop but aclutd IUL JeaiatualwThe price of the tobacco it was stated did not figure in time meetings President Campbell of the Independ ent Manufacturers Association and others in time meeting refused to divulge what remaining matters are to be disposed of tomorrow President Campbell admitted tlma there had been a controversy between the Equity Society and the independ eats concerning weight shortage anc that this was due to the things that would be cleared UD It is a very smallmater said Campbell but it is better to get everybody here and have the whole thing settled at once than to have each man come in as an individual The other things that will conic up before the meeting are not of interest to the public A F Acton secretary of the or ganization is also in Cincinnati Th meeting is of no importance to th public said Axtonte aro just cleaning UD the odds and ends of the deal put through lust fall with the Equity The members of the Burley Execu tive Coinmitee in attendance wore Clarence LeBus exoffieio rchair man Winchester Ky Gus A Brooks secretary Winchester Ky C S Williams Versailles Ky Dr G W KeMillem Fahnonth Ky C C Patrick Lexington Ky L J Evans Ridley 0 R B Thomas George town Fred Stnev Ghont Ky J E Brown Shelbyville Ky and S Shanklin Maysville Kentucky The meeting of this body was of decidedly secret sort and any at tempt at training admittance to the rooms was balked BASEBALL AT IEITS PARK Kentucky Wesleyan Nine is Playing StatesSQ As The News goes o press the Kentucky Wesleyan nine is lined upiin the opening baseball game of tha1 spo on Avflh the strong State4 Univer city team of Lexington The full reportof eontstst will be published in Thursdays issue milMleScy inFirmness cThe greatest firmness Is the great est mercy Longfellow A- y i pt lrTHE WEATHER Partly cloudy Tuesday colder TuesdayII II LECTURE AT ICOURTHOUSE Delightful Evening is Spent at K W C LectureRecital Tues day Night Those who failed to attend the Icc Yosleantgood audience present considering e inclemency of time weather The lecture on Cuba by President Taylor was a superb effort He trac the history of the islanders he pointed out their characteristics HeIdepicted time mixtures of races and the resulting development and recalled the act that slavery existed there until Prof Taylor has not much in the capacity of the island for selfgovol11ment Several said to the that they should like to have the lecture published in full in the columns of The News Prof George S Dalgety was at his host He read with fine dramatic ei feet two selections The Mornings 1lnul The Marriage of Captain Gadsby He was enthusiastically called by the audience We have heavd lectures at the opera house and of the readers that have been morted from other States but i ring that they have given Winches people is as good as Prof Duicrecitals His enunciation is lear his delivery perfect Prof Dal gety is one of the most finished read ers that have ever been heard in Win r ftStcr tThe quartette sting delightfully Time Campus Song wits particularly good They sang three selections and were encored every time All in all the evening was very enjoyable and many hope to be able to milet GiSHOULD BE BIG TO TESTIFY TO THE OWNERS CONFIDENCE IN HIS STORE AND PERSISTENT ENOUGH TO DENOTE INCREASING ENTHUSIASM OF THE MER CHANT TO DOUBLE A STORES ADVERTISING IS THE BUScNESS BOOM FOR THAT STORE SEVERAL COUNCILMEN VISIT ML STERLING r Take Auto Trip Tuesday Night and Attend Council Meeting There ASome of our city fathers and others Sterlingawere in Councilmen Dock Virg G D MeCul him J D Jones Shirley Hadden and W P Hackott Ike Tracy City Clerk Mr J T Stoklcy imd Mr Ripy of Vinconnes Ind who drove the motor earThese gentlemen speak in the highest terms of the courtesies extended to them in our neighboring city As one of the Councilmen expressed it There was a banquet all the time Incidentally they attended a ses sion of the Mt Sterling City Coun withdoing business Time gentlemen arrived home about nine oclock Wed nesday morning and all things con sidered were looking fine STILL VERY ILL Mr H A Rogers of the Wades Mill precinct still remains seriously jU t j l t 3t r i I fMtt1Mn THE WINCHESTER MEWS TMEAn IEX NEWS r ltl t Kewsjapfr Published by e Jtfci Winchtstw News Ct- t r IncorporatedM StreetIWinchester J Dally Except Sunday Entered as secondclass matter 4tfHpbfr 28 1908 at the post office A WimdyBfiter Kentucky under the stet atMarch 3 1879 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Carrier Delivery aily one year 520 die weekit 10 Payable at ogee or to collector fIry weekkMan Delivery Jma year 300- ix months 350 oti month 25 I Payable in advance- ADVERTISING RATES Display Per Inch iii tlany edition 25 Three times within one week 50 3se week continuously 100 M calendar month 300 a 24o0 rir r weeks three times a week 8 fomr weeks two times a week 12 rein weeks one time a week 75 Tints discounts 3 months 10 per Nnt6months 25 per cent one Njjy 3313 per cent fielding NoticesPer Line Business notices body type 7rz Pile reading news headings 15r J Both Phones No 91 WEDNESDAY APRIL 71909 GOOD ROADS aQnerof the strongest features o the xe port of the Country Life Com mission was on the subject of high way improvement about which the Commission makes the following 4 statement and suggestions ji41he demand for good highways is gieriral among the farmers of the en TtireUnited States Education and good roads are the two needs most rS quently mentioned in the hearings iffighwajs that are usable at all time oftthe year are now imperative not t only for the marketing of produce but for the elevation of the social and intellectual status of the open coup tryand the improvement of health b Insuring better medical and surgical attendance i The advantages are so well under stood that arguments for better roads are not necesarv here Our respon aenljB are now concerned largely with thejnejthods of organizing and finan cing the work With only unimpor tit exceptions thc farmers who have expressed themselves to us 11a thisquestion consider the Feder ti Government is fairly under obligation 19 aid in the work ire hold that the development o a tully serviceable highway system is a matter of national concern coordinate with the development of waterways and the conservation of our native resources It is absolutely es x final to our internal development The first thing necessary is to pro vide expert supervision and direction rand to develop a national plan Al the work should be cooperative be tween the Federal Government and the States The question of Federal ap rpropriation for highway work in the States may well be held in abeyance Jurt la national service is provided and tested We suggest that th Ignited States Government establish a highway engineering service or equivalent organization to be at the callof theStates in working out c fective and economical highway sys tems Wer cannot hope ito have effective cooperation among the farmers nor the bstkind of schools unless we get the best roads Clark county may Tr have the best roads among the several Counti sin ibis end of the State But that is saying little We need pikes scientifically built and then scientifi tally taken care of The direct connection between good roads gird the value of farm lands is shown in a recent bulletin of t United States Department offAgricul tiire The returns from various t es show that in nearly every case t States having the highest percentage of s largej r vJ Sm r showing that better roads are n erful factor in encouraging the setP tlcment of unused lands especially in sjjarsely populated sections of the country Good roads arc alsomn important influence in retaining in the farming districts the desirable elements who might otherwise drift into the towns and city As the price of farm lands depends OIl their productivity acces sibility to market and population engaged or desiring to engage in ag ricultural Dinsuits it follow that road improvement by attracting addi tional sellers and giving them hotter facilities fot reaching their markets directly tends to increase the values of all farm lands within the radius of the roads unproved KENTUCKY FAIRS 1909 Clark County August 3rd 4 Days Scott county July 27th 4 days Blue Grass Lexington August 9th 6 days Roclicastle county August 18 3 days Bourbon county September 7th 5 days SepteinbeaLincoln county July 21 3 doss Spencer county August 10 4 days Mercer county August 12 3 daysT Knox county August 18 3 Ewing Ky August 103 days dayseLaurel county August 24 4 days Boone county August 25 4 days If secretaries of fairs will kindly furnislj dates we will cpviv them free of charge KILLS WOULDBESLAYER A merciless murderer is Appondi Difobvention They gently stimulate stain ach liver and bowels preventing that clogging that invites appendicitis curing Constipation Billiousnosp Chills Malaria Headache and Indi gestion 2 it Phillips Drums Store Whole Race Condemned A native of Annam Iudo China sen tetocfid in Paris for theft wrote the following apology to his employer All Annamities whether emperors mensare thieves It is a grave and deadily complaint and there is no cure for it I know pooplu do not like thieves in France but i cannot be helped Perplexity Beautys Mar notJnothing but evidence of bad facial habits Do you knit your eyebrows when you are thinking of perplexing matters or are down on your luck If you do you will have a forehead deepfurrows Profits from Cat Breeding Taken all round cat breeding is not royal road to fortune It is allJ maaly a years to make a handsome profit but it cannot be kept up I myself made about 2 00 out of cats one year not allowing for frent and labor but as a rule I was out of pocketI adtes Field GrownUp Children It Is not only the frivolous whoa noleadingh Ion even among the wise Womor especially affect a kind of childisl shrewdness in talking of serious sub thIsense of reality and because they ncv er talk exactly as they think they begin to think exactly as they talk London Spectator How Lapp Collects Reindeer In April the Lapp lots his reindc- oeloose to wander as they please an when the mosquitoes begin to abound about midsummer collects his herd simply by catching one deer fitting it with a bell and trusting to instinct barksfr e mosquitoes to do the rest In a cool summer when mosqiutoes are few this instinct does not come into play and It Is almost impossible to bring the reindeer together Cheer for the Industrious Industry keeps the body healthy the mind clear the heart wholeHiie purse fullSlmmons The Japanese Baby The first name is given to him wi great ceremony when he is a mont- old at 15 he is considered grown up assures the responsibility of a man and takes a new name Entering up anotllehen step in life if his superior officer ha the same name he happens to have hheand when he dies it is changed for the tourtb v a f b ETROS1NOa1NEYtJOBr on Italian Criminals HEAD OF A SECRET SQUAD B bBeItalyNow Has Facilities to PutIn to Practice His Theory Joseph PetrosinoTthe Italian detec tic ifoutenaiit of New York city who Las been placed in charge of Mulberry streets new gecrat service squad has been a New York policeman twentysix years and on duty as a detective for about half of that time doingwork that the secret squad has been organized to do under his supervision sO the real difference will not be so much in kind as in extent With the outside fund which a group of private citizens have placed at the disposal of Commissioner BIngham for this secret work Petrosino will have much more latitude to work effectively in rIdding New York city of the Italians who per petrate the Blank Hand variety of blackmailing crime with bomb accom- panIment Pctrosiiio recently went to Italy to arrange some cooperative plan with 1the Sicilian authorities by which It Grimfinalsand easier to catch them should they to get into the United States he immigration department of the United States will also he Mulberry street in the process of extermination Butt is in Italy according to Petro sino that the real work must be done to cutoff this undesirable class of im migration From his experience he would require a passport from everyman coming from Italy Then with the police records spread on the passport In each case it would be comparatively easy to select those worthy of depor tation The police there lie thinks would give these records carefully The prefects of Palermo for exam ple have au almost absolute p wer ver the criminal classes If they get together a lot of sny 100 or 200 and take them before a magistrate the prefects mere word that they are daugcr ous OA criminal is sufficient The lot are promptly sent to a penal colon on au island near by where they tun farmers for their countrys good organizationsaid PMroshio recently Such operations are conducted by small gangs of three or four who prey on the fears of tholr countrymen Thoir work too nrullcltythe Italian districts Itttlo places where cofCeot candy are sold and where men sit around all day playing cards are among the danger spots plwitheirdojnes oq wrrels begin which end in murder It ls probable that the will find it necessary to card catalogu- thceo pladaglh self defense that is to make a pdrmnnent scout not only of the proprietors of these resorts but of the patrons as well Then the department trrcsalso send to Italy for the records of the more important of thorn It was Inspector Williams who first discovered Petrosiuo That was near ly thirty years ago when the police managed the work of street cleaning Potrosino was the boss of a dump scow gang and he handled his fellow Italians so well that Williams urged him to become a policeman The sug goktion didnt seem attractive then Instead he quit working for the city and became a clerk in a hUm iugj boils- on Marlon street ButJViHhiniS ha a good memory and scoul Juuted liim up to renew the proposition yyith tIle result that Patrolman Jceorh Petro siuo became a familiar figuro fotli tenderloin habitues ilu re retrosi o stayed for thirteen years patrolling all the time except when tIre inspector detailed him as he did occasionally to some plain clothes job Thou JU hIs fourteenth year in the department this occasional work bore fruit in assignment to the detective Bureau headquarters Mulberry street records contain the details of many pieces of artistic d tective work followed by arrests convictions credit for which belongs PetrosinoA recent case and on illustrating on how slender clew detective often must work was the partdh thirtysix stab wouuds There WitS nothing on the body to identify it The surgeons held that it was that of a cultivated man an Italian but P trosino told them tho dead man had bejeu a laborer and was a native of southern Italy There appeared to be no clew until Pctrosiiio in examining that part of the purl where the body was found noticed a bit of paper off in a patch of bushes It had been trampled into the mud and was so soiled that the little writing that was on it was barely decipherable After somo studying Petrosino deci phered the writing It was merely a name and an address nbbnto Gizzio Titerthc barhe any save it cteeIth thesscatawns Yeag hr of r Ht1ulll tl ilelor who had gone to New fort on returnedTrosieloandstets trail left Lambertville accompa N04 by Antonio Strollo another of the railroad gang He recalled too that whop Strollo returned he hart a wounded hand So Petrosino hurrjed back to Lani bertvjlle Right by the railroad station he saw a man approaching on a icycle The man was an Italian and hand was bandaged The detective stopped Ijim brought Win to New York on the next train and took him to the morgue It was Strollo sure enough hjad when he was taken be fore Trosielos bddy he just shivered Jlke tills and wouldnt look at it Pe troBino relates and I just said to my self Youre guilty you rascal Strollo it should be added confessed He had written letters to Trosielo pur porting to route from the latters brother inviting him to Yonkers The brothers had not met for years and Strollo found it easy to lure his victim to Van CortiandJ park where he killed him And but for a slip of paper ac cidentally dropped and then trod un derfoot for days Strollo would in all probability have escaped the law New Fork Post THREE BALLOON POLAR DASH G F Nitzsche Proposes to Use an Aeroplane Also George E Nitzsclie head of the de partment of publicity of the Univer iffy of Pennsylvania is making prep stations for a dash to the north pole next July by means of balloons and an aeroplane says a Philadelphia dis patch Undeterred by the fate of An dre and tilt failure of Wjellman Mr Nitzschc will make flit attempt along novel lines He Hvill carry to the island bt Spitzbergen three balloons and probably in addition an aeroplane After closely following the expert ments of Count ZeppClin x ami the Wright brothers Mr Nitzsche is con lured that one airship will carry two men and baggage with ease besides the operator Ono other of the re maining two airships will curry a large quantity of gasoline to be used by thetfleet for fuel while the remaining bal loon will carry provisions and the sci entific apparatus The aeroplane will be used as a scout and probably will be left at Spitzbcrgeii when the expe dition males its dash north The balloqiis and all equipments will crgenntogether on the island he9team skirl yill at the isltjlintil the rQturltto t ncc ilorinb paity BYPLAY ON tAFTS SIZE Hit of Theatrical Performance at Which President Elect Was Present While visiting his brother in New York recently President Elect Taft went to the Bijou theater a few min utes after the curtain lord risen When beganea cheered During the performance of uA Gentleman From Mississippi he andewas an open which the crowd enjoyed the more the play or the sight of Mr Taft laughing Tho lilt of the performance was when Tom Wise as the senator from Mississippi remarked Because Im tat you neednt think I havent a mind and will of my own There was an outburst of applause which was redoubled when the sen ators secretary added BeBjdos sen ator we Hope a fat manwiU iilake a good presidcritr f ydment to the audience Womans Seven Hours Swim Miss MarfeE Pike of Madison S D broke Miss Lillian Williams record the other day for continuous sviin min without a rest by staying in the plunge ab Tong Beach Cal seven hours Site catered the water at 950 a m and lit it at 430 p m Miss ago1tAustralia to Stop Pugilism ofTCrdthat if any attempt he made to bring theeon gilltConcerning Pennant Prospects The baseball manager waved his hand As ho talked to the sporting ed Than bit tho and from a big cigar eAnd these are tho words lie said Wbvo got rc team that sure a scream from center held to sub Youd vainly seek for a spot thats weak thero isnt a single scrub t Weve raked the land with a fine tooth comb They oomo from afar and we plucked cm at home Irvinsoninatconjiine Theros SpifcfeMcGlue from Kalamazoo who lift in nineteen two And SHckcy James who played with Antes and got ton homers in seven games Together vrtlh Jones whom Cleveland owns but I got Trim for sixteen hun grog bones Thesp few I call to your attention with others Idto numerous to mention Our iapUiin ta wiz on the coaching Uiic Weve n cinch on the pennant for Wino tcennine Those Ullage the baseball manager sold In the patient cars of the sporting od autoUer And tho public knew when the story camo through That only a clairvoyant could divine Whod win the ponrint v eia Kne City ett1Utc1 Take a lesson from Sister t Ask see 15Q0 and 2750 are t tJ1 t tlri aJln Nr WE8T BEWS Rev M M Round tree filled bis regular appointment at the Metho dist church Sunday Miss Tena Ogden was tho guest of relatives at Kid 1vil1e last week Mr and Sam Eayborne of near 11t Sterling were guests of T A Ogden and family Sunday Sam Baker and H E Everman left last week for Missouri Chas Kimbrell who bas been at rO1turnhaving reenlisted for another three yearsMre BattieSwopennd Wm Bush of Schollsville were guests of the iSlD1day Mrs Tom Elsie nnd danglitsi Mary were guests of Mr and Mrs Sid Shepherd of Sunday f Mr Wm Horton who ha5beon sic the Pllst thrCo weeks is con valdscent Porn April 4 to Mr and Mrs Wm Brandenburg agirlgirl Miss Cora Garret of Indian Fields was the guest of Miss Nary Hisle last night- S A Niblack sold a cow to G WLewis for 30 Thllls1d3YHisle of Holly Woods Springs Mary1Ervinlast Saturday Mi and MlsC A w 910I the guests of My and Mrs Webb of recently Rev W F Wyatt and wife of Winchester were pleasant guests of at the home of M L Conkwright recently jiIT SAVED HIS LEG trA1J thought IM Ipso my ltgu writes J A Swejison Watertown Wis Ten yeas of eczolna that doctors could not cure hart at JSt1 laid me up Then Btklcns Ariiic Salve cured it sound and well In fallible for Skin Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Boils Fever Sores Burns Scqlds Cuts Piles 25e at Phillips Lrug Store ISUBSCRIBE F i THENiWS Think mud climbing paid each yearn Th e Other Fellows you have none Get ready early f- orEASTR1 I l True you do not need do any fussing This the advantage you have in being a man You can drop in any day and get faultlessly tailored suit can be made More than that our big line of GARSON MEYER and STEIN BLOCH SUITS enable you make a selection fit your individuality like a glove only a week off and there a good deal of satisfaction In having the New Clothes hanging in your closet all ready to put Come in and let usfit youup press the suit and send out ready for you put EASTER MORNING1 ourSpecial Li1eat 1800 2000 2500 They dre- amsftllanI d ftiiurphy Mcorefiville Wednesday Ropard Winchester and Easter h IT hHWI lii IB rClark County INCORPORATED ConislructionCo Iof tho and half tax a if to is as as to to is is on it to on to Mrs cost much a51 the Basis of Equipment and the J iication of EGonomlca Business methods we solicit the constru loon and repairing of all kinds and conditions of roads public or pif streets or alleys Crusted and Building Stone Always on Sale We purchase Dynamite Powder Cement and selliq The putting In of all classes of Concrete specialty and satisfaction guaranteed w CLARK CIRCUIT COURT Jerry Taylor Plaintiff ys Notice Burl Turner J A Hughes Shirley Haddc- nWH Nqieini Ilardrpan Royco and v Winchester Bank Defendants The above parties to this notion old T L Nunaii mid Madden Ta Tohui arc notified that Ias Musfor Com missioner of the Clark Circuit lInt my office in Winchester ConrtI jtucky boginninjj on April 3rd lUGD how avidjuicc su to the indebtedness of the firmof Taylor and Turner as of April 3rd 1907 preferences of any assets of said firm at said time toIlions till ApriMTth HJOOitEEirASD HATHAWAY t MCCCC- r SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS 3 t f i INo Road can the Farmers as poor ono vate a PROFESSiOnAL CARDS 1M r STEVENSON IAttorney At Law 60 S Main St Winc ester Ky ENDLETON BUSH BUSH Attorneys At Law 60 S Main St Winchester K WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS the county is the Winchester Ro Shills Why not use home flour t beet made Kcrr perfection i White Pearl flour has no canal The oldest and best institution in MI iIACures indigestion It relieves stomach misery soar stow aeh belching and cures all stomach ease or money back Lnr o box of ta lots 61 cents Druggists m till tpfijj I n r 1 wi fiJC fX t 4 r THE WIXCNEHT5q MEWLTarnLllif WWLi1 JMMriOiMMMJ 1i1Ii1Ji100ri1J lMMMJi1MJi1MrilMJi1IIJi1J 1 FEASTER SHOWING r BJ 13 This Is the weekwhen everybody fe in the race to get the newest ancts CII Il IH 13 most stylish apparel for Easter wear With Easter the coming Sunday S there is urgent need for early action on the part of intending buyers gj B IiiiElegant P graceN8Fashions swellest and most rlliest Chiffons Panamas Worst 3 eds and Serges every one a dis tinctive spring model 8aSILK SUlTSSI250 TO 3150 WASH 5UI18100010 1500 WOOL SUIiS2500 3000 4000 75UPLrJ13 NEW LINE OF SKIRTS ILL Jl PRICES 495 TO 1650 S H A j We have a brand new line of the shapes in HAND all the latest colors and all I t I I I The Ladies Aid Society of the First Christian will have an Easter market on Friday and Saturday April 9 and 10 They will have all kinds of country produce cakes pies and all kinds of pastry fancy articles and homemade candies Refreshments will be served each day The market will be held in the store room adjoining C H Bowens store o a crowd was present at wJtoatucky Wesleyan lecture re cital TuesdaY notwithstand ing the inclemency of the weather Ttoentertainment was highly- alrpreiated Self Pity The voman whois always pitying hijSelf to the extent that she is a jroairtyr needs to learn what real jjihBppiness is Should cruel fate show her the real meaning of they word by thrusting her out upon the world to face one or many of its yard problems then would she be forced to develop her abilities and have little time to muse on her It is hard to understand the type of women who likes to pose as a martyi she must be a fatal to ones peace of mind than self pity Dont do it Get such thoughts out of your system Life is largely as we make it Get out in the sunshine communa with nature as much as possible Forget your the society of some enter taming and bright companion You vj soorifind that you havV been J J Qa 1j T Dress Goods We have the finest line of dress goods in the city New shipments are still arriving daily for out spring business All shades in fancy stripes solid colors White ground suitings in serge suitings Mohairs solid and fancy are all the rage BAGSjust received very newest BAGS CHBOWEN church night misfortunes enjoysIe Eelfin LIp justtheand blaCklstripes and Optician missing a whole lot of the pleasures of this life that should have been yours long Miss Nina Hagan and Mr Clarence Poer of this county were married at Moberly Mo on March 17 The bride is a daughter of the late Stephen Hagan and by her sweet lovable disposition has won many friends at the times she has visited here The groom is a pros perous farmer a good and noble young man worthy of the bride he has won Mr and Mrs Poer have gone to house keeping near Madi son Mo We join a host of friends in extending congratulations Surprise Party Mrs Lewis Linville entertained a few friends on Tuesday evening at her home on Georgia street inI to Miss the evening At a late hour a de licious lunch was served Those Jresent were Misses Ka tie Tipton Alma and Jennie Ru pard Boneida Sullivan and Mattie Hogan Messrs Grant Edgington Clyde Johnson Peteand Sid J else Hoean Oliphant Henry Finnell Euchre Mrs Harry T Strother entertained a few friends at Euchre Tuesday afternoon at her elegant home on South Maple street The house was i ts eon were appropriate to the Easter seasonEuchre was indulged in until a late hour when a delightful and dainty luncheon was served Virginia Hanson Chapter U D t will meet Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock with Mrs Will Scobee on East roadway PERSONALS Mr Jack Smart of Maysville is visiting his cousin Miss Sudie Ed gingtonMiss Mary Attersall is very ill Mrs Gibson Taylor of Beatty yule is in town for a few days the guest of his brother Mr Pendleton Taylor Ferndell Foods Huylers new things are here such as delight the eye of the dainty woman New Salome Silk the Rajah the Indro the Shantung and the Shahs eco Silk dotted and plain in all shades Chelsea Silks in bordered styles white grounds with fancy figures Arnold Spangled Silks I tCLIFTON ROSSMMM IYISEE SOCIETY HaganPoeri musiIcal Irated II ISilks Mr Claud Berry of Lexington was in town Tuesday the guest o friends Mr James Elkin returned home Tuesdayf Mr and Mrs Liggett left this morning for their in King City Mo after a etxended visit t their daughter Mrs Waller Bean Mr Will Lano was in Lexington Wednesday Misses Renick and Cora Baldwin are in Lexington to see The Merry Widow Miss Lillian Leavell of Bryants ville was in town Wednesday on business Mr Seth Beckner who has been that a housekeeper is at a loss to know to eat and canned goods seem to be about the only thing it is most essential to the best grades Do not allow to be enticed into cheap canned goodsit is both harmful and dangerous Our Ferndell line of pure foods is sold under a strict guarantee to be absolutely perfect in every particular at all times of the year What more could you ask A trial order from us is all that is necessary to convince you that we give both and quantity Goi SOLE AGENTS Pure Candies ryt home Cornelia Chase 8 Sanborps Coffees Prices Lard and Sausage j y f i f r Theline of hosiery carried by this store is the best to be had in this both for ladies misses and children We Lord goodsKNOTAIR months black tan and light shades 200 and 300 per one half doz en This is the best silk lisle hose made for 50c- CADET HOSE for ladies misses and especially guaranteed for child ren very elastic never binds leg knee very strong and durable rip proof and rub proof no seam to touch any tendorpart of the toe 25c a pair JJHarrisI IIVO RWRounsavall HosieryI Departfand for the past two years has been jstatioced in Havan Cuba arrived home Tuesday night to be the guest of his father Judge W M Beckner Abuse didoand if it be lielaughperience I have learned to be a good posthorse I go through my appointed cursjcrick the GreatIlGOose Considered Sacred Bird To many peoples the goose was a sacred bird and even to this day there are found many especially in Asia who will not kill a goose The devout cherish a fond fancy that all geese perform an aerial pilgrimage to the holiest of lakes in the Himalayas every year transporting the sins of the neighborhood returning with a new stock of inspiration for the en couragement of the devout ComplaintEnglands wants piilnpedintothrough the gratings on the floor but it comes from a spot just over the bank of the Thames river with Its illfavored barges And the other even Ing a member met a colleague with his handkerchief to his nose You never know what will pass Inside he spluttered but you always know whats passing outside tight Does It do ani good to worry It does It gives the doctor a chance to earn the price of a meal ticket the maker of dyspepsia dope a chance to work off his truck upon your system and eventually it gives the gravedig WorryLos The Pied Piper A New York normal school examin ation had among its questions Wh H Is the educational value of The Pied Piper of Hamelin A wouldbe teach er answered A Pied Piper teaches espedallyEssence of Gesture The very essence of culture Is shaking off the nightmare oPselfconscious ness and selfabsorption and attaining- a sort of Christian Nirvana lost in the great whole of humanity thinking of others caring for others admiring and loving othersE R Sill The Unattainable Seeking the unattainable is for a theIPress f t J l il I RGl ovesEPetTins Gloves are e recognized the worldover as the WE ARE 8SOLE AGENTS FOR EJ THEMAll IIof silk chamois and kid gloves and at all prices BJ We fit the gloves to the hand caw and guarantee them 13 GIVE GREEN TRADING STAMPS 8 B1I I1 II M I1 II II II II II II I1 HAND Jeweler BushI rIwhat available therefore have possible yourself buying quality country cqjjky best WE SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS A Witty rvdIlstA revivalist in Carterville enlivens his addresses with such anecdotes as this An old woman shouted In the revival Her husband said I felt like going through the floor She replied And I felt like going through the roof1Each was attracted home Kansas City Star Cows Happy End George the fouryearold grandsoJ of an extremely pious and devout grandfather came rushing into the house a few days ago in a state ofI GrandtaheGod called her home The Ideal School If you want to make a nation of bookIes by all means cram the withIrather have a nation of good men and tolovein art all that is noble In life or in willbegarden Clarion EyesThere eyes than simple salt and water for salt Is a stimulant and a disinfectant When the eyes are inflamed drop a little boracic acid in them It will take all the inflammation out of them It is safe and refreshing The boracic acids made bye dissolving a litle boracic acid in warm water- SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS Outgrowing Things Yes we outgrow everything toys Little pink or blue dresses friendships loves and ideals and it Is wn that we do says a writer In Home Notqs We may occasionally regret some one of them but if they were always ours how monotonous life would beIt hardly would be worth the living you know v CapacityLady fk- Bray has many Interesting stories fa tell in her book of reminiscences about the great men who came to her fathers house Turgenieff nce said to soeiare a capablethumbs never do what they intend to do they always let themselves be pro vented Shoplifters Clever Device When a woman with an Infant In her arms was detected in the act of stealing a shawl at a shop in Paris she pleaded that she was utterly des titute and had taken the shawl to keep the baby warm But the latter proved to be a hollow tin doll containing stolen articles Possibilities or a iVtoment We cannot speak a loyal word and be meanly silent we cannot kill and not kill in the same moment but a moment is ooin wide enough for the loyal and mean deairo for the out lash of a murderous thought and the sharp backward stroke of rapoatauce George Eliot Give The Baby Air Spring time is here and the little ones as well as the grownups like to be out in the open FOR COMFORT you should see our Complete line of COLLAPSIBLE CARRIAGES They open and close with one motion You can hold the baby and open the carriage The prices are the Ipwest The Winn Furniture Co We Give S I H Green Trading Stamps 4 1 STti Page Four 1HE WINCHESTER NEWS I rofUYERS REINSTATED r Nt4enxJ Chihitnu4on Ren S Reia tIJraaddahiNleFrbm inoi leloi GiadHnati O April 7The n tlom al aseball commission granted the ajifiliciation of FC Reisllng for rein statement on the eligible llit oe hav ii bien placed on the ineligible list iScaiw of alleged violafioii of con ti ctrirth the Brooklyn club of the Nationklleague several years ago A tine of 100 is imposed against Rels ling The application of W M Shlpke for ranoval from the ineligible list fdre he was placed because of par ticipatifir In t d game against the La- gin Squares of Chicago is also grant ed A fineof50 is imposed against him t d Sheep Herders Murdered Basin Wyo April 7Three sheepherders Joe Emge Allemange Emge and Joe Lazier were murdered and the bodies of the two latter cremated Ky a band of 15 masked raiders whidh attacked a sheep tamp at the nouthI uPSpring creek After the raiders cut the telegraph wires to pre vent news of the crime from being bread WJK Fly at Cherbourg Cherbourg April 7 Arrangements have been completed for Wilbur Wright to give a series of aeroplane flights here The date of the exhibi tin has not yet been fixed CHICAGO RESULT IS 3 VERY MUCH MIXED Voters League Defeats Four t Gray Wolf CandidatesI I t Chicago April 7In the city elec tion the little ballot containing lapropositions for a tax levy to erect a tuberculosis sanitarium and the an n xation of Evanstqn and Cicero car ried by a large plurality but the poll ticians were given several surprises in the makeup of the new council The town of Evanston annulled the proposed annexation by voting 4 to 1 against it- f Less than half the registered voters t went to the polls the total vote being aV little over 200000 The Repub Means elected Isaac N Powell city freasurer by a plurality of 10000 but the Republican candidate for city clerk was defeated by F D Connery Democrat Connery won by a mar gin of less than 3000 votes Ih tIle council fight the work of the Municipal Voters league was effec t6 l tine in defeating four aldermen of the t somilled Gray Wolf Each party elected 17 aldermen making the coun 4cil Republican by 12 majority Election Day Set Chillicothe 0 April 7Ross coun ty will vote on the temperance ques Ition 28 This was the date fixed by Judge Goldsberry after hearing the requests of the wets and drys There are 52 saloons and two breweries in the cotuity and more than half the populationlives in dry territory there vilelmgesMoons Tafts Entertain Japs Washington April 7In honpr of Tokutajpo Sakai commissioner gen Hikojiro Wadar commissioner of the Tokyo exposition who are in this in the interests of the Japanese worlds fairoa dinner was jgiven at the White House MANY CATTLE lULLED Cyclone Unroofs Houses and Stores i Near Joliet III Joliet April 7A windstorm did thousands of dollars damage at Braidwood 20 miles srfuth of here An old frame factory building collapsed Trilling many head of cattle housed in it The front wall of a brie residence occupied by John- Bakerfe11 out The roof of Jacks hardware store blew off and dropped OIK Fred Browns residence causing that roof to fall in i Thirtyfirst Venire Exhausted San Francisco April 7 Attorneys engaged in the bribery trial of Patrick Calhoun president of the United Railroads practically have abandoned hope of taking of testimony this venireoitiiecetssary to adjourn without coin pleting the jury j rt Schoolboys Drowned Kamanetz Russia April 7Thirt- een schoolboys were drowned near I JieVe as a result of the floods that cover the country They were on bridge ovor the Smotrich river at the villagd5 of Orrinina when the struc= ture collapsed 4 a THE MEAT Of IT v For the second time the supreme court off Alabaaii naif upheld the val idity of the statewide prohibition act i lAjKoruey General WjclcersKam has decided that national banks can not partleipate M the Kansas state guar i anty fund ThlbrokeragefirIIf of James Doran of St Paul Minn has re tired from business owing to slack prlrst1 d HA Jackson of Chicago has been el president of thevRock Island Railroad company f he w 71 rr HT l ARLANi Die3 MarcH 15 of cont mntipnj Mrs Will Richfifctoop at her boate at Tulip s jirft Bicb td omT wiM ForlChristian girl and we extend our sympathy to the bereaved i father Bother husband brothers and sister The burial touk place in the Thomas graveyard RUCKERVILLE Mrs J W Adams and Mr Tuck Green are quite ill The infant child of Mr and Mrs John Stone was very ill the past week 4 Little John Allan is much better Born April 4 to Mr and Mrs Joseph Epperson a 9 12 pqurid daughter V J Mr and MIS Fielding Adams were guests of Mr and Mrs Win field Thomas Sunday COLBY STATION Richaid Smith of Washington who has been visiting relatives here for some time will return home MondayMiss Rosa Jones began a select erm of school at the Conkwright schoolhouse last Monday Mr and Mrs Jacob Barnes of near Winchester were the guests of their daughter Mrs CP Robbins recently Will McKinney moved from Win chester to thisplace recently Mr and Mrs William upard and two sons of Pilot View and Miss Eva Lena and Precia Jones of Winchester were guests of J S Jonea and family last Saturday and Sundayo ELKIN Miss Ida Crow was the guest of Armer Hisle near Richmond last week Mr and Mrs J R Lisle were guests ofthe formers brother MN P Lisle at Lexington recently Annie Kelley Quisenberry was the guest of her cousin Henry Quisen berry at K U Junction recently Ruth and EloydDaniel8nd Mary Eubank were guests of Ethel and Bryson Merritt Saturday Mr and Mrs Roger Hardy were shopping in Winchester Saturday Mrs Eliza Lisle and Arrie Lisle were guests of Mrs Pattie Eubank recently Mrs Tom White and her two lit tle sons of Lexington were the guests of her sinter Mrs Pattie Eu bank and family last week Ethel and Brsyon Merritt were the guests of Ruth and FloydDan- iel Thursday and Friday Mr and Mrs Jim Kingwere the guests of Mr Tim Jordan Sunday Claiborne Lisle was the guest of Mr Jim Eubank Sunday FORD Miss Carrie LeeWarner who has been visiting relatives at Irvine and Ford has returned to her home in Winchester J A Edwards was in Winches ter Tuesday- Dr 1 A Shirley of Winchester was here during the past week Miss Leoda Alexandria who is attending college at Richmond was the guest of Mrs Henry Tuttle the past week Mrs J C Richards left last Thursday for Townsend Tenn where she will visit her son Henry for a few days Miss Judith Tudor of Irvdne is visiting her uncle S H Tudor Mrs W F Gragg was in Win chester shopping recently Mrs Clarence Richardson was in Richmond last Thursday Mrs Ida Teirill was in Win Ches ter shopping during the past week Miss Dollie Christopher yisijel friends here recently s f Mrs Lizzie Veriuillicjn wee jn Winchester the past week Ben Bentley has accepted posi tiqniEiFrankfort and left for that place last week Mr and Mrs Clay Stoneware visiting the formers sister Mrs C P Bales of this place Misses Fay arid Anna Eppejs n visited friends here tlje mst week Dr D J Williams was in Rich mond Monday Mrs Cunliff of Red Houser is visjting herr daughter Mrs S P Witmer who is on the sick list R JMObarly was in Richmond recently Dnny Griffith was urWin Chester Monday Gordon Wilder was in Richmond Monday on business Mr Houston of taxing ton wll deliver an oration at the Christian church J eion nightSAT 117ot pJ liF I fi r q The Eoefr TDellMTeeplt61el exchaDse1oV i iD tberneh r future Miss Stella Reed is visiting rela fv in Win ester this week Miss Car j Lovitt was shopping in Winchester Monday Mr F G Fritts Oneonta N Y writes My little girl was greatly remedy for constipation and liver trouble Foleys Orino Laxative isI best for women and children as teiiefitted by taking Foleys Orino- Tlaxative dud I think it is the best is mild pleasant and effective and is a splendid spring nieiiiciue as it cleanses the system and clears the com- 1bxibnrSoldd byall drulrsfefe OPERA HOUSE v1 ATrip tollndia If favorable newspaper comment are to be relied l there is no valid excuse to doubt the entertain SquareConicganizatioii comes to the opera house next Wednesday in the merry song play A Trip to India Here is what the Georgetown S C Daily Item issue of February 9 has to say of the show SquareOperais putting it mildly They carried the house by storm and it is difficult to find adequate words to express the appreciation of the splendid per formance they have A flJDto Indiis a taleof tht Orient which is full of humor mIll good music n combination which never fails to please It was well staged the settings being appropri ate and handsome and the costumes rich and elaborate In sucha splendid company where all are artists it is not al ways just to mention special j ts lipt1thMiss Juanita Rush the exceptionally young and fascinating prima donna unusuallyclearthe role of Serena the Pashas daugh ter sang and acted her way into the hearts of her audience The audience were in an ttprOlll iijpm their first appearance to thci andgood man sore sides this morning are directly attributable to theijr iiresis able comedy George town has never seen two such genii ine fun makers The chorus deserves sPeeal men uthlHlcharming chorus been seen in Georgetown Howes Moving PicturejThe appalling lamity in Sicily makes Lyman H Howes reproduction of Sicily before and after the earthquake gf supVeme interest In the opera house oil Ap ril 19 will be shown the veyScenes which but yesterday abounded with Jife and beauty Then these same scenes ark visited after tire terrible catastrophe The sudden transition from the busy prosperous Mesina of yesterday to Messina as it iioy is makes Mr Howes pictures vitally interesting and as vitally instructive By first showing the real importance of the city and its splendid buildings Mr Howe enables every spectator to realizehow utterly boneless has been the destruction Having shown the city as it was the pictures then take the audience to the city as it is today They show the streets buried in debris and lined with tottering walls jwhile ninny refugees are seeking way ores apc from the appaling desolation everywhere How eager they are to get away from the scenes of their sorrow and suffering is shown by the departure of a train load of refugees at the depot They crowd all available standing room on the cars A big boat washed up into the ctiy illustrates flue volume of the tid al wave which followed the convul sion The progress made in res- Cuing the wounded and the relief measures enforced to help the suffer ing are also finely shown The pictures tell the real facts and con ditions exactly as they exist today ffar letter than any pictures of any other historic event ever have NARD EAT IN B1G POND It6 was ft thrilling experience to Mrs Ida Soper to dice death For years a severe lung trouble gave me intense sufferingrshe writes and several times nearly caused my death All remedies failed and doctors said I was incurable Then Dr Kings New Piscovcry brought quick relief and a cure so rin ne t that I have not been roubled in twelveears Mrs jSoper lives in Big Pond Pa It works wonders in1 Coughs and Colds Sore Lungs Hemorrhages LaGrippe Asthma Croup Whooping Cough and Jill Bronchial affections 50e and 100 Trial bottle free Guara- neebyPhillips briiffr Company P l i 3 iti r 5t R I s r jheltiiUnbalte IU WINCHESTER MANUFACTURING coU INCORPORATEDnI r WINCHESTER OPERA HOUSE WEDNESDAY AfRll T For Gne Night Only MR CHAS W PICQUET Presents The Celebrated Herald Square Comic Opera Co In the Merry Musical FunFrolic A TRIP TO INDIA Interpreted By a Distinguished Cast of EMINENT LIGHT OPERA STARS Supported By An INCOMPARABLE BEAUTY CHORUS PRICES 50C J5C 100 GALLERY PAC Reserved Seat Sale Opens Mon day APRIL 5th at Cook Nunnelleys Its Your Business to have the best modern Plumbing installed in your premise s Its Our Business- to do just this very kind of PlnniUirigniid vedol Its Your Business to employ whom you please to do your Plumbing Its Our Business- to ask for your order and trade and we dot Phone 162 GRANT W I 1 T C 30 NortH Main ATHousand Heads Fox TWo Thousu d Hats Wanted You can have your choice if you come early enough to pick out the best sample Hat at oCc on the Dollar Just now received from leading manu faoturert at the- SAMPLE SHOE STORE 24 N Main St CINCINNATI TAILORING CO MANN REDMON Proprietors Expert Tailoring All Home Work FRENCH DRY CLEANING DYEING SPECIALTY STORE ROOM AND SHOP AUDITORIUM BLDG WINCHESTER PHOKE 528 During the spring every one would be benefitted by taking Foleys Kidney Remedy Itfurnishes a needed tonic to the kidneys after the extra strain ofwinter and it purifies the blood by stimulating the kidneys arid cans lug them to dominate theimpurities from it Foleyfs Kidney Ecmcdy im parts new wife aid vigor Pleasant to take SlS7 all fugW s r r i j i7 Lf You are always welcome to come here and examine our extensive line of doors sashes wainscoting and other nigh grade mill work It is work of which we are proud Eveidetail is carefully constructed j by mill e per fthe sawing planing finisli and general cabinet work is unsurpassed Our prices are pretty low considering We csk your inspection tlL Mid Bustle BttiMtag 1 Iacquainted LUMBER n J Morning jInTWO FOR ONE OR 11 ONE FOR NOTHING THE WINCHESTER NEWS THE A S OF E TOBACCO NEWS BOTH FOR 3 00 A Year The price of THE NEWS is 300 a year itself but have arranged sell years subscription to both the above papers for the price of 3Q0- SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN AT THIS OFFICE THE WIEHSTh1I NEWS OGI Incorporated Wio SEE GILBERT BOTT FOR JJBOTH PHONES OPERA HOUSE BLOCK VV S DOLPHIN TAILOR SHOP Clothes Gleaned Pressed Repaired We do French Cleaning fend Guarantee Satisfaction Ladles Party Dresses Shecfalty Give Us Trial and we do the rest All called for and delivered Home Phone 645 24 Court St- Winchester Ky If Anything Should Happen WHAT would you do1 Just this would be wise NOW Catch the shadow ere the sub stance fails is the best place for well made at popular prices The work of his new lens is as fine as silkBARRETTS 22 North Main st CALL ON- NELSONTheTfansferMaD day or night if you want Iby baggage transferred Home Phone 94 Night Plane339w Ji tZ ri l ot TeN Fr- SI f take time think of your supply for your next contract and when you do think of If you dont know get at once for we are folly yo ought to know and you ought to know our lumber too We will be to supply you with any grade at the figuresn t ii AND to one r o 1IUri 6 a a W Barretts photos OFFICE r u r I happy we I Merchant Tailor I ITO the People of Winchester and Surroundings IHaving opened a merchant department with a fnll line of foreign and domestic woolens over J H Keyess lookIJOHN ADAMS Tailor D QOrrVPres A 4 i tv t b 1 to lumber us us by Merchant WANT YOUR HOR to show the of the good fjLPt that you buy from us and accordingly sell yon nothing but the that will give your animal high strength and endurance Fend Your horse on our clean fat oatsiu lyou will keep it in good good condition for work or pleasure THE PURINA CHICKEN FEED IS SELLING FAST J R MARTINCO- AL AND SUPPLY COMPANY r ii K r CUR1 15 Cashier R50 ITCH st ClarK County Natl Bank ESTABLISHED 1365 laDEJNG THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITY Accounts of Merchants Farmers and Traders Solicited Collections Made on All Points- CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 35OOOOOO JTRY NEWa Wtk ADYERTISEMENT- r f fairest tailor W2 benefits spirits TRY A l1kW5a i f Jffw i mVRTI11TM tc i i U h I y flr 1 l f I r HIf- r I t J j r s t J THE ww ElTER IEWI t u f PtrL t fOOMATOIt flHfD Marlon Eutler rf North Carolina Con hu vlcted of Criminal Libel inston3alem C April 7ormer United States Senator Marion Butler and his brother Lester Butler wore convicted in Guilford superior court of criminally libelling Republi can State Chairman S B Adams by the publication in the Caucasian a Weekly newspaper owned and operated by the Butlers of serious allega tions against Adams integrity and honesty Adams acts as chief justice of the court In Oklahoma in 1905 11kwere severely criticised by the paper in its fight against Adams reelection as chairman cf the Republican state executive committee Judge Long im ButlerandGovernor LHJey Improves Hartford Conn April 7Governor George Leavens Lilley will recover from his illness unless untoward conditions not now anticipated intervene This was the conclusion reached by his physicians In consultation with Dr Janeway of I ew York J France to Tax Balloonc Paris April 7 As a result of the frequent landing of German balloons in France the government has decid ed to colleot in the future a duty of 120 on every balloon of the average Bizecojning down in French territory PRISONERS BROTHER f TELLS OF KILLING Frank Allyn Testifies In Samp P0sea Murder Trial t t Lyons No Y April 7 Frank S Allyn tho 20yearold brother of Mrs Georgia Allyri Sampson who is charg ed with the killing of her husband Barry Sampson was an interesting feature on the witness stand in the trialof his sister In a thin weak voice that could scarcely be heard be yond the jury b x young All n told how Harry Sampson staggered into the Allyn dining room on that fatal Sunday morning of Nov 1 and fell dead in presence of Mrs Allyn and liimself witlfout uttering a word The witness said that on running to the telephone he found the rifle behind the Sampson dining room door leading to the pantry It was cocked and a box of cartridges lay on the edge of the wainscotting The prosecution outlined its case Jand from three physiciansDr Geo P York Dr Edwin M llodiaburger and Dr Cyrus Jennings the coroner of Wayne count developed evidence that no powder marks were found the wound in Sampsons 1beast or around thebullet hole in the shirt which he vore Dr Rodinbur trpr thought the edge of tho bullet htfip in the shirt was slightly charred r1s Frank Allyn mother of the de rdjndant will probably be called to the l sfonrdieither late today or Thursday cITOfDO PLANT SOLD 35- l Indianapolis Automobile Company Secures Control of Pope Concern jew York April 7 Announcement jpimacle here of the purchase by the Automobile company of Indianapolis of the PopeToledo auto mobile manufacturing plant at Toledo O The purchase price including 24 buildings was not stated It was declared that the Overland company purposed operating both its newly ac quiredplant and the old plant of the company at Indianapolis Reform Candidate Defeated Springfield April 7 Former Lieutenant Governor Lawrence Y Sherman was defeated for mayor of Springfield by Attorney John S Sqhnepp Democrat by a plurality of 300 votes The contest was one of the fiercest in the citys history Sherman ran on a law enforcement platform pledging Sunday saloon closing Schnepp also promised reform but was silent on the Sunday saloon Party lines were shattered Student Drowns In Gymnasium Syracuse N Y April 7The body of Ross A Freeman of Brooklyn a freshman of the College of Liberal Arts of Syracuse was found by Pro fessor Scott in the bottom of the swimming pool In tho new gymnasium Professor Scott had promised to teach the young man to swim but Freeman went into the gymnasium alone and was not seen alive again To Increase Corporation Tax Trenton N J April 7The state senate passed a bill increasing the annual tux on the capital stock of corporations formed under the laws of New Jersey The bill applies to corporations with 5000000 or more capitalization and increases the tax from 50 a million to 150 This would provide an anntial revenue to tho state of about 500000 Russian Baron Ends Ufe St Petersburg April 7Baron Ivan OstenHacken 41 young man promi nent in the society of the Russian capital committed suicide by shooting with a revolver The cause was un happiness in his family life vtIQtablishment yf the elelrbach Paper com r any was ImrhcU the less being estimated at S05000 1 RADIUMBYPRODUCTChitago ous Radiothor FORMED FROM PITCHBLENDE Said to Be Cheaper and Better Than- RadiumEfficacious In Many Dis ThrcelllTimc3At a recent cw Memcalillnsso 11ofscribed as being mae from a species of pitchblende of which certninI tons have been discovered near ratio mine with much more Dr Bailey declared that it generates the purple ray the same which Finsen used so successfully in the treatment lupusAt session of the association Dr Bailey went into details in explaining his discovery He said he was recently requested by the Chicago board of trade to make an analysis of the Colorado pitchblende He found that this blende contained an element possessing many of the qualities of radium and that when this element was applied to the backs of patients suffering from locomotor ataxia and similar diseases it effected quick cures He said he was not alone in his experiments for a chemist attached to the Smithsonian institution at Wash ington had analyzed tine pitchblende and found that it contained ten or twelve more or less rare He thou distributed IemcntsI bers of the association radiothor which had the appear ance of a partially fused metal and gave out a phosphoruslike glow Dr Fr H Blackmar of Hahuemann Medical college at Chicago gave fur ther details of the discovery of radio thor Dr Blackmar was associated with Dr Bailey in making tests One of the most curious experiments with the new substance said Dr Blackmar was the taking of a photograph through a stove lid on which some radiothor lied been spread The powerful rays of this clement enabled the light to pass through the iron plate thus permitting a photo graph of a number of pennies and other articles on the opposite side Its basis is pitchblende but with this element are mingled others whose names I do not care to disclose at this time Some of them are so rare that we keep them in a safety deposit vault The new element while far from be ing inexpensive will be within the reach of everybody who needs it for treatment Its action is quite as ef ficient as that of radium There is not enough radium in the whole world to treat all the people who need its curative properties The therapeutic value of our radio thor or thoradx has been established beyond question in the fourteen months that we have been using it for the treatment of diseases It never has failed to give relief And in cases it has cured Some of manyI on which it acts successfully cer tuberculosis of the skin ulcers birthmarks and nervous affections Its rays are as effective as those of ra dium although it does not act so quickly Its moderate action keeps it from being harmfully caustic as ra dium is likely to be when in the hands of unskilled persons It has the sumac selective power as radium that is it seems to act only on tissues which are diseased having no effect on healthy tissues I should pot like to suggest that in this discovery may at last be found the means for indefinite prolongation of human life by arresting the processes of decay yet it is a fact that ex periments we have made indicate an extraordinary power in the new agent to prolong life Several mouths ago I took two small boxes of chrysalids ordinary moth millers One of the boxes I subjected to a radiothor exposure The other was not exposed I did this to demonstrate my theory now a recognized fact that the emana tions of radiothor were preventive of tissue degeneration The result was astounding Those moths in the un exposed box developed as usual lived their natural term of life and died Those exposed lived three times as long as the others In perhaps a more remarkable instance I treated a Chicago man very prominently known for tubercular I injected the radio tlfor in solution After three injections the man was cured He has remained Well and there has been no return of the tubercular condition Perhaps I rhall be told that this cure was due to suggestive therapeutics We have found that time waters of most of the principal foreign springs to which people flock for treatment are radioactive which explains their curative quality For instance Marien had the Mecca of King Edward of England has springs of great radio activity If we succeed in discovering how to maintain the radioactive principle In solution so that the solution does Jiot lose its value with time wol shall have come very close to knowledge of how to fight off death indefi nitely use of injections to arrest tTbo to regenerate and rejuvenate ag to reestablish balance in dig ordered functions will certainly come ns we familiarize ourselves with the use of the newuroductl jTTjjjj Electric Current We Furnish Electric Current Day and Night for all Domestic Purposes We Furnish Current for Motors to V r Vashing S Your Sewing Machine Run Curling Iron To Curl Your Hair Run Smoothen Iron To Do Your Ironingk Run Soldering Iron To Do Yonr Soldering IWe Furnish Current for All Purposes All Tungsten Lamps for Less I Money THan Anyother Plant in Kentucky f Winchester Railway LightSrice Co L INCORPORATED 111 rc lm n nn Citizens National Bank Paid up Capital 5100000 Surplus 42000 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS t f Will give yDiscourteous treatment and attend promptly and carefulI ate all business entrusted to us i + J D Simpson Pres II T F Phillips V Pres tF IItIAfm AfI l HAMMONDS HANDY ATLAS OF THE WORLD FREE- WITH THE NEWYORK TRIBUNE FARMERI g HAMMONDS HANDY ATLAS OF THE WORLD Is thoinost complete book in a compact space published- It contains 75 colored maps with data up to the ininnte Historical sketches our Presidents ofIGeorge Washington to William H Taft Articles and illustrations k on the Panama Canal etcIori Your Friends Sons 1 Tell Them About It Send ono Subscrip tion to- THENLWYORK TRIBUNE FARMER i at our regular price ofSlOQJllyear and Avo will tend 70U HAN- DYATLAS OF THE WORLD FREE postage prepaid IILTOIBAGCe From A SofE Tobacco News The annual meeting of the stockholders of the American Tobacco Company was licit Tuesday March 9th in Jersey City N J Time report of the Treasurer for the year ending December 31 1905 follows in part There has been no change in the capital stock luring the year tho total amount now outstanding being 78089100 preferred stock and 40 242000 common stock As the trust indenture there wasdeposited with the Mortdn Trust Company trustee in January pendcd by said trustee in the pur chase for cancellation of per cont gold bonds of this company upon the terms specified in snit trust indent ure and ponds of the par value o 473200 have been so purchased mid canceled the cost of same being 49996297 The dilTprouec between par value and cost df the bonds so purchased has been written off as an expense this companys share of the urrdivjd This statement tines hot include ed net earnings of companies in which they held stool which they have deomod it advisable not to deI olare as dividends Tile net earnings of the company after paying operating expTmsps otci werc 22S70440522 From this to s be deducted premium Oil time percent bonds purchased and canceled interest for the yearr on the various bond issues of the cdm uany and four quarterly dividends of 1 1her con on the preferred stock for the 190S leaving the sum of 1853Q 33425 applicable to the surplus ac count m 3tfMHI i dJ i A H Hampton Cashier II J W Poynter Asst Cashier HAMMONDS THE NEVIkYORK FARMER TRIBUNE is the most practical and liljpfal illustrated paper published Evory up tbdato farmer shqnld rcadit IttiO stie MOSTKUE J nLE 1LRKET UEI RTS Special ages aix devoted to eacli bniuch of farm industry Our VET RTNAfY DE pertinent is unexcelled It is edited by Dr C D Smead tho best kuOiVi yct rimry surgeon in AmericaCost Is 10 I The surplus from the previous your was 32255470753 making the to talsurplus 5110504178 from whicli is to he deducted four dividends of 2 cent extra divi dends amouniiukio 221 percent on time the amountcommonJ paid being 13078780 and which deducted from the total surplus for the year after paJtnt pt all charges of 3802G12G178 S During the year tlmc company paid hi interest to Boilers of their 6 per cent bonds 325GG20 and to the holders of their 4 per cent bonds the Stun of 2242244 to the holders of their preferred stock they paid in dividends 4721346 and to the hoM- ers of their Common stock the sum of 13078780 23a198990 paid out imintercst on bonds and in dividends arcfearnings for 1907 r THELURID GlObOFDOOM was seen in tho red face hands and body of the little son of H Ml Ad inns of Eennetlaf Pa His awful plight from eczema had for five years defied all remedies and baffled the best doctors who said the pois lied blood had affected his lUngs an nothing could save him But writ os his mother seven bottles of Elec trio Bitters completely curved luter For Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Sores and all Blood Disorders and Rheumatism Electric Bitters is su promo Only f Qqi Guaranteed by Phillips 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ofprinters ink would like to calf and show you that we can deliver goods I5he of Main New Pho have uptodate with Waiting Chas Hagan Winchester Broadway REAL Us For Mrigil Transfer Co Sptc1Jn1 rtklteia Strot were Only were this the eye We and Down Stock that We INCORPORATED St 91 Garage Hiahland Peoples State Bank CAPITAL 100000 This bank began business less than three years ago just in the beginning of the financial depres ion Notwithstanding the hard times there has been i steady growth fro the start in the number of our depositors and in the volume of our business We enrollnew names every week We want yours You are cordially invited to open an account with us Per sonal attenion to all business J M HODGKIN CashieraJ C BROWN President L B COCKRELL VIe PresMMt TO HAVE YOUR CARRIAGE REPAIRED BY EASTER YOU HAn BETTER SEND IT TO US AT ONCE Then we can give your work the same careful attention as our invairable rule So send us your GAKKIAGB now in ortkrthat cha itfweady and right for you in lIm- eJSTROTHERScOTT l w f ft 1 i I T i iiPageh THWINCHESTERNEWST p BRIOTfNUP Spring time is here when every thing takes on new life and new color f What about that SPRING PAINTING We have the best high grade Guaranteed paint on the market I KLRPCES House Bridge Barn Roof and Carriage Paint is sold only by GRUBBSANDBENTON Cor Main and Broadway j Paint Brushes Linseed Oil Turpentine i CHANDLER BIBLECLASS TO MEET Friday Evening of This Week With v Mrs and Mrs George r Tomlinson 1Theble Class will meet Friday evening of this week with Mr and Mrs George Tomlinson from 7 30 to 930 Mr and reIquests all the members of the class to come and enjoy the evening with them At this meeting the class delegate to the Paris Convention will give his I jeport of that meet bPFoleys Honey and Tar is a safe guard against serious results from spring colds which inflame the lungs and develop into pneumonia Avoid counterfeits by insisting upon hav ing the genuine Foleys Honey and Tar which contains no harmful drugs Sold by flU druggistslSee Fox for high und yard at 30 Winn avenue DEATHS AND FUNERALS D VanMeter Capt John D VanMeter a native of Clark county mal eldest son of Marshall V uMeter of Florida died Sunday at Memphis Tenn and his burial took place Tuesday afternoon at Shelbyville Ky He was a Govern meat Engineer at Greenville Miss for several years and at the time of his lentiL was with the firm of Hali btirton Roach Co leading contractors in the South Capt VanMeter died suddenly from some unknown cause Some twenty years ago he moved with his parents from this city to Shelby county His mother is a sister to Messrs Mat and Torn Moore and Mrs A II Hampton of this gity- SUSCFIBE FOR TIE NEWS Left Them Thinkng I Counsql to the juryThe princi pal fault of the prisoner has been bin unfortunate characteristic of putting faith in thieves and scoundrels of the basest description I have done Tbc unhappy man in the dock puts implic it faith in you gentlemen of tlie jury1 Strews Sand on Frozen Streets Magdeburg Germany has7 from an inventor a boughtI on built on the lines of a water to be used for strewing frozen streets With a coating of sand The scheme is universally effective on asphalr streets where horses have a hard time to maintain a footing IQ cold weather SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS A meinmind you early in the morning yourbusiness YOUIiBUSH 8 COMPANY wantyour busi ness Get one of our good old corn andiyoTelephone No 145 l lK t i j L l 4 i cf t Yrt 4r c f It C W 8M TO MEETt 2EighthHeld at Paris April 2223 PARIS Ky April 7The Eighth District Convention of the C W B rof the Chrustian dhurch composed of the counties of Bourbon Bath Clark Harrison Nicholas and Montgomery will convene in this city on Thursday April 22 for a two days session The convention will attract several hundred delegates Mrs Alexander Collins of Owings yule will preside The Christian Church Sunday School Association of the same dis trict will meet at the same time the tvo sessions being held on the follow ing day The joint conventions will be hld in the Paris Christian church INSTITUTED THURSDAY F H Dudley Chapter 0 E Swil instituted in the fraternity build NewtonIyule Frankfort Lexington and Paris to attend the meeting Had Evidence in Hand South Australias assembly wit nessed a dramatic scene recently Dur ing a debate the prime minister stated that some gamblers had cut off a comrades finger because he had Joined the salvation army A mem ber questioned the truth ot this statement when the prime minister aston ished the house by dramatically stretching forth his hand with a bottle in it exclaiming Here is tie finger and the deposition accompanying it Why She Deeded Really said the stylish lady en husiasticalJy to her friend n la worth while to see the wonderful die play of rhododendrons Is it re plied her friend languidly I like to look at the great big clumsy beasts too but it always smells so unpleasantly around the cagesLondon- News 1AHurrying out on hearing a comma tion I found that it was my little threeyearold sister Muriel whose cap arid hair were covered with blood As soon as I had bathed her head and quieted her I asked her the cause of the accident I threw that brick for God to catch pandWelll Well It seems to make some people poe tively angry If one insinuates that this world is not wholly a wilderness of wo NashvhIlo4TthOr1can Arctic Cold Water thrown upon Ice In the arctic regions will crack it just as boiling water breaks glass TPhla happens because the ice is so much colder than the water x Not a BarkhThen you dont on this craft inquired the anxious passenger according to a writer in Life No This is a cathoatl TRY A NEWS WANT y ADVERTISEMENT t t PAYNE DEFENDS TARIFF MEASURE Issues Statement on Hosiery and 11ovesw DENIES RAISE IN PRICES Declares Large Department Stores Which Maintain Establishments In Germany Are Behind Protest From Women and Hysterical Men Shows Growth of Glove Industry Under Dingley Law and Predicts Greater Prosperity For Workers Washington April 7Accusing the large department stores of having In stigated the opposition of many women and hysterical men against the increased duties provided by the Payne tariff bill on womens gloves and hosiery Representative Sereno E Payne chairman of the house ways and means committee in a statement which will be printed in the Congres sional Record asserted that importers who oppose the duties were aedand hosiery He presented various arguments in an effort to justify the increased rates from the Republican standpoint of protection contending that the difference in cost of labor in the United States and abroad was not yDingleyClaiming that the new tariff increases the duty from 1 23 cents per PayrndeclaredI hosieryto5 cents per pair He ridiculed the suggestion that the increased duties will result in the formation of a hosiery trust a claim which he said had been advanced by the importers Mr Payne quoted from a statement the name of the author of which he did not give in which it was asserted that Marshall Field Company Chicago Brown Durnell Company Boston Lord Taylor New York pWessendonchNew York Arnold Constable Com pany New York Rubens Meyer New York Carson Pirie Scott Company Chicago F Victor Acheles New York and other American concerns maintain large establishments in Chemnit Germany witha full force of help organized to buy and obtain foreign hosiery at the least possible cost By the employment of a larger organization and maintaining much capital and credit in Germany they are thus able to obtain foreign hosiety at prices considerably lower than it is possible for a concern of less magni tude and capital to obtain them con tinues this statement The possibility of borrowing money more cheaply abroad and the encouragement gives by the German government to expor tation of merchandise are also cited as an advantage under which these concerns work Mr Payne asserted that scores of petitions have been received by the committee asking that the increased duties might be retained in order that the working people of the country may make the stockings used in the United States Mr Payne argued that the increased duties on womens gloves were made justifiable for the purposes of protection and revenue He cited the conditions resulting from the protection afforded the manufacturers of mens gloves by the Dingley bill Prior to 1894 they were making 5 cr 10 per cent of the mens gloves he said but they said that the duty was so low that they were being driven out of business and statistics seemed to back up their assertions Today they demonstrate to us that they are making over 90 per cent of the mens gloves worn in this country having amply redeemed their promise and tnat the cost to the con sumer is much less than it was in 897 They came before the rommit ee and proved to us that it cost ni more and required no more skill to make a womans glove than a mans and claimed that if the same rate of duty was given them in time would make the same theyI womens gloves and that this try would employ at least 50000 peo ie AMENDMENTS LOSTl House Fails to Materially Change Payne Tariff Bill 7 c 6onfusionalities and language bordering on vi tuperation marked the discussion of the Payne tariff bill for amendment In the house of representatives With practically a full attendance the members were wrought up to a high tension and were prepared to fight to the last ditch for those things which their constituencies were de mandlngIfree r in tha house went down to defeat by 6 he narrow margin of six votes following the striking out of the coun tervailing duty on lumberSAn was mustered against in amendment bo Mr SottKan taking hides uponCthe free lIst and fixing a duty them of 10 per cent ad valorem The barlay schedule come in for a lively discussion and when the bill was laid asidefor the day there were pending two amendments one raising the rate in the Payne bill from 15 cents to 25 cents a bushel and the other fixing the rate at 10 per cent advaloremThe total of the days work ith the exception of the elimination of the countervailing duty on lumber which was a committee amendment was to leave thebill in Identically the condition in which the committee re ported it This grants free raw hides and a duty of 1 per thousand on sawed lumber BURNS AfTfR JOhNSONi Defeated Pugilist Will Post Forfeit For Match With Victor New York April 7Tommy Burns from whom Jack Johnson wrested the heavyweight championship of the world is anxious for another fight with the D M I antoshBurns fight and since has assumed the management of Burns announced that he had been authorized in a caL blegram from Burns to arrange return match with Johnson He said he would post 5000 to bind such a match Burns he declared was will- Ing to fight Johnson anywherein Australia America England or France nd on any termsSUnpleasant Complications Avoided Washington April 7 Possible an noying complications have been avoided by the prompt disavowal by the Presbyterian mission at Tabriz of all acts of an American named Basker ule a teacher in the boys school with political activity in as sisting revolutionists against the Persian government Thirteen Htirt In Wreck Colorado Springs Colo April 7 Thirteen were injured one snriously when the rear coach of a Denver Rio Grande train was overturned by striking a switch point near the Carlton mine NO ONE WANTS CASTRO England Refuses to Permit Venezue Ian to Land at Trinidad Port of Spain Trinidad April 7 At the urgent request of the state de artment at Washington communicat d to the London foreign office the British government has decided not to permit Cipriano Castrb former president of Venezuela to land at Trinidad Changes Hia Plans Paris April 7A dispatch to the Journal from BasseTerre Guadeloupe says tha General Castro learning that hewttt not be allowed to land at TrInidac has decided to leave the ship at Fort de France Mar tinique Canadian Strike Settled Lethbridge Alberta April 7Thistrike of the western Canada coal miners will be settled in a few days T J Lewis international president the United Mine Workers of America has ordered the district officials to sign up the agreement as ratified by the miners in their referendum vote at the conclusion of the conference at McLeodICapitalist Ends His Life Philadelphia April 7Charles E Ellis president of the Citizens Passenger Railway company and one of the wealthiest men in Philadelphia shot and killed himself He had been a sufferer for many years from rheumatism and neuralgia TilE MARKETS Chicago Cattle Steers 55 507 15 cows OO5 75 heifers 3 256 00 bulls 3 i55 25 stockers and feeders 53 05 50 Cahes 53 50S 00 Sheep and LambsSheep 53 00 lambs 57 008 00 yearlings 53 607 50 Hogs Choice heaify shipping 57 107 20 butchers 57 057 15 light mixed 90I 7 00 choice light 57 007 10 packing 56 957 10 pigs 55 306 50 Wheat No 2 red 51 nOtlil 32 ComNo3 6GG7Vlc OatsNo 3 5455Vic East Buffalo Cattle Ex or tie 006 50 shipping steers557Jj 6 00 butcjier t ttle 55 006 25 Jieifers 54 005 cows 5 004 75 bulls 325 5 00 milkers and springers 530 60 00 CalvesBest 59 OOfjD 50 Sheep and Lambs Mixed sheep 56 25C 50 wethers 56 506 75 ewes 56 006 25 lambs 57 008 50 yearlings 57 007 50 Hogs Heavies 57 407 45 mediums 57 40 Yorkers 57 107 30 pigs 56 70 r IoughsCleveland 0Cattle Prime dryted c h Jeifersbulls 53 004 25 milkers and springers 525 0055 00 CalvesS 75 down Sheep and Lambs Mixed sheep 54 755 50 wethers 55 255 75 owes 54 505 00 56 007 10 HogsMixed 57 20 7 25 heavies 57 25 mediums 57 25 7 30 Yorkers 56 757 20 pigs 56 50 roughs 5650 stags 55 50 Plttsburg Pa Cattle Choice 56 25 50 prime 56 006 20 tidy butcheis 5 405 75 heifers 53 505 75 cows bulls and stags 53 005 50 fresh cows 525 0050 00 CalvesVeal 56 009 00 Sheep and LambsPrIme wethers 55 30 5 50 good mixed 55 005 25 lambs 5 007 00 Hocrs Heavy hogs 57 50 mediums 57 45 heavy Yorkers 57 35 7 40 light Ydrkeis 57 007 20 pigs 506 75 Boston Wool Ohio and Pennsylvania XX 3435c X 3233c No washed 3S39c No 2 ivasned 3S39c fine unwashed 2324c blood combing 31c blood combing 31c bloodI combing 2931c delaine washed 395 40c Kentucky and Indiana blood 29 30c 14blood 2829c Cincinnati O Wheat No 2 red 51 371 3S Corn No 2 mixed 69oI94c Oats No 2 mixed 5555 c Rye No 2 S2ti3c LardSO 9010 00 Bulk Meats 59 SiY Bacon 510 50 55 607 45 Cattle2 756 15 fToledoats 566 rye 86c cloverseed 55 L 1JrJ 4 J ei COMMERCIAL BODIES TO MEET APRIL 23 Louisville Club Has Called Meeting- of Representatives of Allcthe Counties LOUISVILLE Ky April 7Much interest is being taken in this county in the commercial convention which will meet in Louisville Friday after noon April 23 The meeting has been called by the Louisville Com mercialCluband is to bring together representatives of every county of he State Tile meeting will be held n the Red Room of the Seelbach Ho eveningbyClub The delegates to the conven Hon will be extended the freedom of the Southern Electrical and Industrial Exposition whose gates will be open t that time Every county judge and commercial organization in the State has re bytllthat delegates be appointed from ev cry county At least 100 counties will be represented it is expected and tIm gathering will therefore be the representative since the last tate Development Convention It is to be a get together moet ing siidone which will for the first time put down in permanent form the ty1nasked to furnish that information and it will be collated and put to use later on It is certain that every county represented will roceive con siderable benefit from the meeting COMMISSION IS NAMED State Department Arranges Details of Trip to Liberia Washington April 7The commission to investigate conditions in Li beria as announced at the state de partment consists of W Morgan Shuster of this city chairman Dr George Sale of Georgia and Emmett J Scott of Alabama Dr Sale is su perintendent of education of the Bap tist home mission of negro schools The commission will sail from Hampton Roads the latter part of this month on the cruisers Chester Bir mingham and Salem and will remain in Liberia about a month Stolen Checks Cashed Paducah Ky April 7 Postoffice inspectors are working on a robbery of mail sent out of the Paducah post office A large envelope containing 5000 worth of checks sent in the loose mail by the First National bank of this city has been stolen It vas addressed to the First National bank of Nashville Tenn Two of the chocks were cashed in Union City Tenn and Mounds Ill Storm Hits Butler County Hamilton 0 April 7 Tho most terrific rain hail and electrical storm that has swept over Butler county in the last half century broke here The rain resembled a cloudburst Time din of the falling hail was deafening Nearly every street in town was un der water for half an hour Streetcar traffic was demoralized and a large number of cars were stalled New Trolley League Organized Evansville Ind April 7A trolley baseball league including Evansville Princeton Vincennes Huntington Rockport Boonville and Mount Vernon all in Indiana and Henderson Ky is being organized here DEMOCRAT AND PREACHER Born to Rev J M Thomas und wife Tuesday night a boy weight eleven and onequarter pounds The proud father says he knows he is a Democrat and will be a preacher DISTINGUISHED VISITORS Winchester had from Richmond Tuesday two visitors ofa different type from those usually seen around the depot with whiskey packages They were Judge A R Burnam und Iou Waller Bennett They left on the C 0 night train for the East udge Burnam is the Republican National Committeeman for Kentucky and it is understood that Mr Bennett would not be averse to accepting a responsible government position From Guesses at Truth Some men treat the God of their father as they treat their fathers friend They do not deny him by no means they only deny themselves to him when he is good enough to call upon themJ C and A W Hare Word Painting JJmmy reading Casey swatted iofan dented de pan on Mulligans lalli paloosa dat sailed over Outfielder Shaughnesys nut I tell yer Willie Shakespeare A 1250 4p pound felt mattress or 698 at J T Luinaus i 461t c ftj DO YOUOWNAtHYOMEI INHALER If you have a Uyomei inhaler pro noil11c d Ilighome in your home you have a treasure Into this hard rubber inhaler you an pour a few drops of Ilyqmei and presto you have the best little phy sician for catarrh coughs colds bronchitis croup and asthma the world has ever known When you breathe Hypmci you bring the healing virtues of the mountainous forests to your home Yon get the very same healing antisep tic air that you would breathe if you resided in the forests of pine and eucalyptus of inland Australia where catarrh or consumption was never known to exist v If you have a iJyomei Inhaler in your home get a bottle of Hyomoi for 50 cents If you have not an inhaler ask for a complete outfit which costs but 108 and includes an inhaler a boti tie of Hyomei and simple instructions for use Hyomei is sold and guaranteed by the Phillips Drug Company to cure catarrhasthma or bronchitis or money back It wilt relieve a cold in five minutes and will break it up in five hours It gives most gratifying relief to consumption sufferers and is sold by leading druggists everywhere SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS BEN TEAL IS BROKE- Defense of Wire Saps Finances ol Theatrical Manager- New York April 7Ben Teal theatrical manager filed a voluntary petition in bankruptcy stating that his liabilities were about 12000 and his assets 200 Mr Teals wife was recently sentenced to serve one yedr in the penitentiary for attempted sub ornation of perjury in the divorce case of Mrs Frank J Gould In Mr Teals list of creditors were several items for legal services Woman Killed by Tornado Kokomo Ind April 7A destructive storm struck this locality doing JMiamiMasonic temple and several other buildings were badly wrecked by the wind The farm residence of Mrs Gammons eight miles west of Koko mo was blown down and the family was caught in the wreck and all were more or less injured One daughter Clara was killed- Ottorvilie Is Surely Wet Columbus 0 April 7 According to returns from the local option election in Putnam county now being tabulated in the office of tho secre tary of state Ottorvllle a village of 500 inhabitants in that county is tho wettest spot in Ohio The returns show that 122 voters favored retention of the saloons and only one sided with the drys Kentuckian Killed In Fight- Hazard Ky April 7On Cut creek on the PerryLeslie county border Spied Spurlock was shot and in stantly killed and Robert Baker fatal ly wounded it is alleged by Joe FThequarrel youthful BlackHander Arrested Atlanta Ga April 7 Charged with sending a Black Hand letter to Asa G Candler prominent banker and manufacturer and Atlantas wealthiest citizen demanding 35000 Johnson 18 was arrested and placei Jn the city Jail Killed In Traction Crash Plttsburg Pa April 7Arthur Miller 16 and Albert Klenberger 15 were killed and six other persons seriously injured when a cable car on the St Claire line broke away about the center of the incline and dashed to the bottom Tax Collection Enjoined Columbus 0 April 7The supreme court granted an injunction ef fective until May 1 enjoining he city of Columbus from collecting a municipal license from automobile owners in addition to the license collected by the state SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS T BEESI make a specialty of hand ling bees and artificial swarming transferring etc Be glad to have your patronage CHAJKLfcS P GRAHAM 10 N Maple street 47lmo LOST Between Providence cliurchI on Boonesboro pike ajul JiiHugfies livery stable in WInches- ter dark overcoat with black silk rnufiler and gloves in pocket Re turn to this office and receive re war1 473 WANTED Painter firstclass none other need apply FRANK ROY 318 North Main Street 4Gtf OStA light colored semifitting overcoat by Rev G W BellRe turn to this office and receive aJ suitable reward FOR SALEFour nice dwelling houses in cityWiii exchange for other city property or farm Apply at thisofiieJ 462t t Jr1i L Kr1 CLASS flE COLUM If you want torent a home If you want tobuy a home If you want to insure your home iKE U- TOKE Th FOR SALE Cheap graphophone and about 30 records also large Morning Glory horn Address N R B this office 19tf WANTEDTo buy clean drags Apply at The News office 217tf WIRE FENCEIstill build all kinds of wire fence I in the market for same write or telephone me for prices JOHN A TANNER Winn avenue Home phone 541216tf FOR RENTTwo ho sesN T TAYLOR 217tf FOR SALEOld papers for sale at this office 2ljBtf WANTEDTo take orders for mak ing cakes beaten biscuit rolls tim bales and rosettes MISS LUCY COLEMAN BROWNING 218 Col lege street Home phone 65- 43il1no FOR SALEEggs from thorough bred singlecomb White Leghorns at 75 cents for 15 H E WITT 109 French avenue 315lmo FOR SALEEggs from purebred Buff Plymouth Rocks H H PHILLIPS Winchester Ky Home phone 311 3rl7lmo uNK DEAlERChas Zigman junkdealer in old iron and all kinds of old metal Best buyer in town Corner Main and Washington street 317lmo STRAY COLTStrayed into my liv ery stable No 15 West Washington street a yearling horse colt bay long tailand mane BUlL TURNER 317tf WANTAt once good reliable boy to learn the printers trade Ap ply to this office Ntftf FOR RENTNew 6room cottage on Collegr street with gas water aiyl bath room Good cistern Pos session at once Apply to lIRt MARIA BEAN 210 College slm i 323reodflf rLOST Pockethook some mbnoy and a card OSCAR VEST f Re ward W J REED 101 Alabama street Phone 716 32tf OR SALE Plymouth Rock eggs at 1 a setting best in the State Also eligible Berkshire gilts will farrow in May J C McCLURE R R No2 Home phone 86- 0326imo FOR RENTTwo or three rooms for man and wife No 32 P fth sire nue Home phone 721 327 fit FOR RENT Three rooms suitable for housekeeping Apply 136 Ala bama streetf 3270 FOR SALEBlack Langslmn eggs at five cents each NAPOLEON BARNES Winchester Ky route No6 329lmo FOR SALEEggs from thorough bred singlecomb White Leghorns for 50 cents for 15 MRS B A TRACY 264 South Main street330tf FOR SALEEggs from Pcrfecj tion S C White Leghorns 71 cents per 15 Also eggs froil thoroughbred Single Comb Whit Leghorns 50 cents per 15 Brow Leghorns also Prewitt Browne 23 East Washington Street 32olmo I BRIDGE JUNK SHOPNo 26 1 Maple street wants your bet hides rags iron metal and rub ber Will pay market prices for all good JW IIISEL 41lmo FOUND =On Mam street two green window shades Owner can ilmvf same by culling at this olIi Mind IJttyiiig for this advGrtiseirienl4clt OSTBciween residenco en Burns avenue and new Christian church pair silverrimmed glasses Re turn to Mrs W OB Ddrialdson 42L FOR SALE Brood spunudpigs Phone J A HOLTONiS583rinti 72t