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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rf4 1J Iai jlI 77THE WINCHESTER NEWSVOLtL NO 153 11 IWINCHESTER KY SATURDAY APRIL 101909 2 CJ31TS A COW II ems A WII MANY CANDIDATES ENTERED PRIMARYrMay Pay Entrance Fee Until Midnight Saturday jSfchir Uty was the list day for can iIqiat S to enter the Democratic pri rsyfifr nomination to county offices k be held the 25th day of There will be at least two can 1 tesfor each office and in some the rees three itnd four iphfc pRfees of Sheriff Schoop Sup rinfeiiidiilt Assessor and Coroner e4 nitot be the most sought after S44also competition in someof ll a st districts The books l nofbecloseduntil twelve oclock i arty night- olioi flpg is d list of those who eye paid their entrance fee up to tooiii Saturday m Sheriff rY M tones Vte Q Brock ZJgMMva EvansrU D aggardy ununtr Attorney SEenlieIJ ayis fettiu a Jeffries Jj CountyClerk JA Boone V f1 K 1I iII C Skinner t- Jailor dVS Mullin c ASullivanSchool Superintendent vj E Lanter iota C Steve Vr i 1s Mary W Bettst R Hardhi TV IIN Circuit Clerk J j Aldridge R Bush Assessor W A Brown iD A Hughes STno G ed fIAV I q T Tilton t Representative n If13it iLrDiThh1jS1Brenegar porlon e E A Caskie r Lewis Wills it C Nuunolle MaVisterialIistriet No 1Andy 3Dy k r nbiNo 3E B Dooley rVNq 4B A Jouelt Tl Judy J Wi Swope Njo 5J W Reed and Egbert MIC No 7B E Wills fill SUE TO SECURE HER STEPDAUGHTER Mrs McClain Alleges That Relatives t Took Chili Away From Home MT STERLING Ky April 10 MrsV Mamie McClain wfie of John McClaiii who is in Lexington under treatment k hospital went to Flem iiigsburg tosue out writ of habeas corpus in an effort to secure possession of her stepdaughter Ella McC1aniaged twelve years Mrs McClain alleges that when she went to Lexington last Sunday to see her husband relatives of the chlid took her awayfWll home and carried her to Flemuj punty Upon her return she began luyesisalion and Thursday was apppimedy legal guardian and custodian of the chilU and began the effort to regain possession of her 2kirsMqGlain clainis the child was r taken fronii her home against her will f She is a bght pretty gril and her o seems to wor5111 11Q4iJWJUlro n f watched withh interest Mr Mceh1ill is improving und wllbe able rt e 5 turn home in usliQjfc time J hee Klllod By Do gof ifibc flock of 1 the CamuI Slmof J a ftti lw c W hpztd Tl r1ii bi ca anti were vdlueclat u head iu Itiee of this ity has re It I position j1t S I New nd will day for t y Jipi t liere lte gds 10j 1 P iflit lie s Te tUl Jt tJJ RitterLumtF iij pt 41 i J f i t tq r r T f MARRIAGE A SECRET FOR THREE MONTHS Employesof Eastern Kentucky Asylum Wedded January 14 Give Out Announcement Mr James T Harris who has for the past few years been foreman of the laundry at the asylum at Lexing ton and Miss Flora Caywood of Bobneville an employe tit the same place surprised their friends yesterday by announcing their marriage which took place January 14 in that city The couple had kept their mar riage a secret and none of their friends knew anything of it until they announced it yesterday The couple left for a short visit to the home of the brides parents in BooneviUe yes terday where they will remain for several days James T Harris is a grandson of the late Leeland Harris and a son of- Joe Harris deceased He has many relatives and friends hero that extend congratulations ELMER COOK IS TO BE BURIED StiNDA fas Worried About His Financial AffairsRev Mr Morro to Conduct Services The Coroners jury in the case of nir JBM Cook the jistiiig farmer whok committed suicide Friday morn iiiten1cfoil thcrnl1oti rdreE We the jury viewed the remains and found the dead body before us to be thatof E BI Cook and his death was caused by a gunshot inflicted in his Bead and we believe from the evidence that the shot was fired from his own head with a suicidal intent R M KING 4 J W KING TILT EWAN JOHN C SUMPTER B C KING IF E DEAN JI BRINEGAR Goronor April gqp r Mr Cook fulfil in the extreme eastern part of this county on the pike between Sells shop and Wades Mill Some years since it was necessary to ren e one of his eyes and it is belieaeilthat this affected his brain He was worried about his financialaffairs bufr his friends say that there was no occasion for it He was a man of the strictest honor and was popular with all who knew him The weapon used was a doubled barreled shotgun lIe placed tlie muzzle in his mouth The other bars reIof the gun was found cocked He leaves a wife and three ehildrefi His evenenyearold son stated be fore the Coroners jury that lye was going around the outside of the house looking for his father when lie heard the shot from the chimney corner The poor mans head was almost en tirely blown froth his body Tire funerla esrvices will be held at the residence Sunday morning at nine oclock conducted by Rev CW Moore of Lexington and the remains will be buried in the Winchester cem ef cry The pall bearers will be as follows John C Sumpter C T Peggs Chas Delaney Henry Sullivan Cliff Yeary Earl Rolph S DEADtSpecial t e News LONDON r pail 10 Chasllgerioll Sirinbui ttcIloot and cssa CSt i dead of pn uKfljuia x KILLS WiiE AND THEN + SHOOTS HIMSELF IN MOUTH Special to The News BINGHAM Maine April 10 =Hu hislwifointo his mouth when overtakqn by a pos5e and died J g ian hour t r ii f l4 1i r1 r JiL qto f l i Ej i tJi h IJl GENERAL WILLIAM BOOTH FOUNDER OF THE SALVATION ARMY AT THE AGE OF EIGHTY Boothfounderendowment of his University of Humanity a broad school whore men and women will be trained to deal with misfortune He intends 1c raise a fund Nottinghamat the work for sixtyrfiveyearsrFrom its small beginning in England in the sixties the Salvation Army has grown to worldwide proportions It now has e358 corps and 10100 officers and is represented in Avery country onthe globe r t AaTRO SAY1f CANNOT LEAVE Declares His Health Makesit impos sible to Get Out Vf His Bed ir Special to Tile News PORT DE FRAM Cry April 10j Castro was informed officially by tlifi French Government that he must ioavc Castro deqhires his health was such that it was impossible for hinT b leave his bed The Govern ment called in a physician who will report ESCAPES TRIAL lN OKLAHOMA Indictments Quashed Against Gover nor Haskell and Others By Circuit Judge t Special to The News TULSA Okla April 10 G6venioi Haskell and other prominent kla1j homans charged with fraud in Mus kogee town lots will not hire to tand trial The motion io quash the indictment Was uphold by Circuit Judge Marshall OMEUAKEI EXAMIN TION For Position as Rural Mail Carriers = One Man Also rsIExamination Hunt Perry Secretary oj the local Sivil service bird hold incevamiua Lion Io4 the narat mail ca3rigrsSer vice at the Wa lfiiigtoii Sfraefc school building Saturday mhiaiiiJgV Those who took the examination W rDirsrMaul FJy tin MisstiViI1ioMa o 7 and Everett OsbDrn The papers are sent ii riby the See rotary and trio ratiugVig vfliade 1t Washington TheseapyJUQants would be available should c feiincy occur in the sendee d Mrs J c ZayeS aud MSs F T McTntirc and daughter Chtliorinc arc HughesTHE j r The Fanners Club wore hi session Saturday as The News Wont to press Prof Geo Roberts of fhe Experi mental Station was delivering an ad pjress qn Fertilizers A large crowd was in attendance PONY BRINGS 225 B H Talbott sold lfl juweek a fancy pony colt 21 monflisold al 225qLI SPECIAL EDITOSIf The special commercial and qJustrial edition of The Iews will bt issued Tuesday April 13th All regular advertisers who have not yct ar ranged for space and yvho wish to be represented in that eiHfflNi must have Theyswould confer a favor on the management if the copy coulcHfe sent In on Sat urday 6 The orders for extra copies have come in so rapidly that there ard now only about 100 copies left Those who wish to hakeetr o copies to mail or preserve must get their orders in immediately or Te News will not be able to supply the demand The edition will be the most complete sketch of Winchester and Clark county ever issued It will give the commercial industrial antisocial life of the city Itwill be profusely Illustratedwlthnewplctures o allihc prom inent business places in the city V4 fc fi n t f J tfvt ititI t 1 fr F y i 5Rf i i i1 I t a BALL TEAM WILL BE HERE MONDAY First Game on Home Grounds Will Be Played Next Friday y With K WC Boys The Winchester base ball teani rwill arrive from thci winter training quar ters at NashvilleTenn Monday and will begin active practice on the home grounds next week The first exhibi tion game will be played at Garners Park next Friday between them and K YoC itLECTURE IN- OTHER mm Prof Henrys Lloyd of Transltafiia Delivers Very Interesting Talk v 2TThevauiaJIigh School lectures was greet ed ImmiLirgc audience at the court hous Boning The lecturer was Pro gr 1and his tome was n her11orltls The lecturer had selected most carefully from the great store house of Astronomy the most salient and interesting features so that the children of the interme diate grades could grasp the facts and the ripe scholar enjoy his speculations and deductions Two ijleu mTIt harts ten feet square addeitto JCfWtr itsin one of which were the Relative size of the planets and other cotparafive frbli es in the other relative sizes planet-s length of year seasons days etc The stereopticah views of the ex terior and interior of thegrcatYer kse Observatory Geneva Wisconsin views of the sunj moon planets nebulae and m Viis most interesting and ia it c hllsol1l s Dkmadeb2I dl fqW1J of the Yerkes Observatory the lead jug Astronomer of the United States if riot ofthe world Prof Lloyd have many interesting stories of the triumphs of mathematical astronomy und astraphysica The lecture was replete with infor mation of the most interesting nature being the latest deductions and dis coveries jjy the greatest scientists aided by the most powerful and costly astronomical instrument L W PAYNIER TALKS TO SCHObl CHILDREN Tells of Wonderful Battleship Trip Around WorksWill Speak Again Monday Mr E W Paynter a graduate of tile Winchester High School class JS Stllbdent body of his alma mater Friday morning by giving the mbvG splendid addresses t fir ofIbattleship RIle Island and was with our fleet in its recent around the w 1Theversational style described many of the interesting incidents of that most wonderful cruise am standpoint of geogriipli r iJIi dod pat riotism these tiiid all e were ideal l T T fCluef Yomnl Paynter in fired his iiconlk with lofty patriotism and ihoeO who heard him showed by their ti riplatjsc that they were proud to claimthq speaker as one of their old boys Mr Payiiler will address the students of the advanced grade of the Washington street school next Mon day niorliing v THE PEOPLE WHO ARE HALFINCLINED TO BUY THINGS ALMOST ALWAYS MAKE THE FINAL DECISION UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF SOME PARTICULAR AD THE KNACK OF DOING THINGS IN THE AD WAY IS MERELY ADAPTING ONES SELF TO THE CONDITIONS OF PRESENTDAY LIFE ti r- i iC =ri IIII PAYNE TARIFF BILL PASSESC HOUSE REPRESENTATIVES lejerClark Fails in Effort to Send Bill Back to tie WayS s t J and Means Washington April lOAfter threo trceks of consideration of the Payne tariff bill it was passed by the house of representatives by vote of 217 to 161 One Republican Austin Tenn voted against the measure and four Democrats all from Louisiana Messrs Brpussard Estopinal Pujo and Wickliffe voted for it An at tempt by Champ Clark the minority leader to recommit the bill with in structions signally failed The day was filled with excitement from the moment the session began until the minute of adjournment The members were keyed up to the high est pitch and practically full mem bership remained on duty throughout Tho final vote demonstrated the ca pacity of the Republican organization to get together The situation with respect to lump her was greatly relieved to the Republican leaders in the house when it became manifest that the advocates of the proposition placing it on the free list were in the minority Because of that fact Mr Fitzgerald N Y charged that a midnight deal had been made whereby free lumber was to be voted down and the rates on barley and barley malt increased and this notwithstanding the denials of Messrs Mann Ill and Cushman Wash who offered the barley public was greatly in terested in the proceedings and the gafleries were packed Both the diplomatic and executive reservations likewise were occupiers Mrs Taft be ngamng those present passedthedancing up and downlbo aisles and patting their fellow members on the back liTwaaAfter adopting a resol hat un til further ordered sessions Sn all be held only on Mondays and Thursdays the house adjourned While more conSideratioh In point mf7th im g l lith h us to the Payne bill ItWas passed in fewer days than the Dingley bill was acted upon after being reported to the house The Payne bill was intro duced on March 17 reported to the house by the ways and means com mittee on the following day and was under general debate for 16 days On Monday of the present week the rules committee reported special which closed the general dis and provided for the uBslonI the bill under the fiveminute Chairman Payne handled the bill on the floor and divided the time in such way that only paragraphs affected by committee amendments and the amendments permitted by toe special rule had been considered when the time to vote on the measure was reachedOne the principal changes effected in the Payne bill since its introduc tion was the placing of petroleum on the free list This involved more seriously contested fight than any of the other amendments Speaker Can non during debate on the amendment to reduce the duty took the floor in defense of the higher rate of duty Although an amendment to place oil on the free list was lost previously similar amendment offered by Chair man Payne was carried Among the other important amend ments that have been made since the bill came from committed were those striking out the a duty on tea and the countervailing duty proviso o coffee The ellminaton of tliejiiihimum duty of 20 per cent on ioffee contained in the maximum and jinintum section of theIll was also section was added to so that it could not be taken advan tage of for the purpose of speculating in grain and the Philippine free trade provision was amended so that rice will not be admitted free from the islands The countervailing duty clause on hjmber was stricken out but strong effort toplacfi lumber on the free list did not succeed The duties on barley barley malt char coal iron were increas glovepterelefthides remaining free andz increased duty being prespnte glo1 es and stockings j SENATE BILL ON VIEW Democratic Members of Finance Com mittee to Be Favored Tomorrow Washington April 10Democratic members of the senate committee on finance will get their first view of the tariff rates fixed by the Majority of the committee at special meeting of the full committee to be held tomorrow It isthe intention of Senator Al- ffii It Jt J iti t t l L rliB WBAT LWr SI l=SOoII d r OF Minority y Committee a a amendmentsThe a a a a significantThe a t a drich chairman of the committee to report the amendments to rates fixed by the Payne bill some time on Monday When ths has been done he proposes to have it examined carefully by President Taft Secretary of the Treasury MacVeagh and Attorney General Wickersham particularly as to the customs administrative features Williams Says He Is Broke Cincinnati 0 April 10C E Wil hams of Franklin 0 filed a volun tary petition in bankruptcy in thin r lthemercialGermania Trust and Savings bank of New Orleans with whom ViJr6 hams whose occupation is given as- a a miller and others entered into att agreement as stockholders of the New Orleans Milling companyto to the creditors of the latter compin7 the payment of it slndebtedaess r Tar f JURY ACQUi2 I MRSSAMN Wom n Trembles as Verdict is An Spinced Is Embraced By Relatives Ii Lyons rN Y April 10Mrs Geor gia AllynSampson the young woman who sbeehpn trial for her life here since1Mondav on the charge that she had shot and killed her husband Harry Sampson Was acquitted and was immediately given her freedom Mrs Sahinspn was trembling per ceptlbly Rheti the Jury announced Itjr verdict but she reutxyr her com posure irnjSsilaleiy an t nl1U1nslrr ceived the embracesfofr her and other relatives and die congratu lations of her friends SHe held an impromtu court thanking and with her lawyers and sbakinghit and also greeting repre sentatives of the press Mrs Sampson declined to make any statement for publication jJiDgfied I have done my full duty bypjSjS people and by the prisoner r t Mr Gilbert though a cousin of Mrs Sampson by marriage stood to his duty and prosecuted the case as vigorously as the facts would permit Bouvy Jury Disagree Plaquemine La April lOThe Jury in the case of the state against Fabian F Bouvy charged with the murder of Prof Fred Van itfgeri reported that it was hopelessly disa greed and was thereupon discharged by Judge Swing MR ROBB HURT t Vas Knocked Front a Can With Which Another Car Cellittocr Kenick Robb who is employed by the Emerson Lumber at Emerson in the discharge of his duties at tfiehi plant last Saturday morning unifiS pened to a very painful accident Mr Robb was standing on a car another car broke loose from a cut of dais just above him and crashed into it ear loaded with lumber and n tu ttfi- hit the car on which he was stand ng FIe eras knocked from the car to the ground and was rendered un conscious for more than an hour received some very severe cuts on hit bAck and was badly bruised Mr Robb was taken to the hotel at Emerson and Dr Monroe was called While the injuries will riot prove fatal they were very painful and will disable Mr Robb for several weeks As soon as he is able to travel Mr Robb will leave for his borne in Winchester Ky where lie will stay mtil entirely well Yih h11e expects to return to Emerson to resume his dutiesExehan e Much TfmiKr CMC to Wash A writer in th6 Loidx Time s esU mates the yearly tMMJ1ICUc of tills ter by rotting for feek ef we UM great forest of Tlfa 4a in the repxear the source o tW NUe mt Mt IeH then one ute cttl4c feeL t4 J1y a Jr J 7 t r T rTT7W i I9 1 1 r t I tHE WUIOHESTER EW r 7Fr N tA i lllliW iws1 it it M1ibtkyaer tl lacorporatjkL lt sosIth Main Street a Wlprlster Kehiuaky Billy Except Sfcw ay matr as secondclass matter tfitijiaOiAt the pot office WgeKe tueky ander the of gh31879 SUBSCRIPTION HArEs I 7 CrIpskVerSt WbDw i jU wk i 10 Payalil at office or to collector rj week IW Delivery 11 ir If 3 0 t1i c adfthi A 150W it iii UI t 25 t P 1 it adance l ADVERTISING RATES LpIayPer Inch tixi yitin 25 c e tiiief witEm one week 50 refkpoHtuittpu8iyi 100 1montk 300J- r1 w fekB four timetra week 240 Ithrt w ek L80 twoTtimesa weele 120 Jt4roe fbftefeme a week 75 xiis aseounts months 10 per 1 tno ntha 2fJper cent one 8 iierjcent i NMNotIcesPer Line Hi J1 Jwltody tYPe 71hl r 1 idjng news headings 15c 4 1iti1Phon sNo 91 SATURPRY APRhLIOl909- LATE ON FRIDAY 1 Theed1tors Hfe is notahappy one lie recie m IdjttThijfr m few Kigks frbm minyt Still we are happy tsaythat on an article published thfcAplher day we received innumerable laridly words and promises of sup p t tlLi aside from the editorial pol i6Jf We have mihy things to worry afipui WcrbeKeved when we installed oiir rietfDtfplei press our troubles witji tile press proposition were over fewcrejtist beginni- ngajfrliey ke p up much lorig r we Wuibgriiy heUded before our time matterihtheeldcptric poi Tile motor man said companygiiait t ayivfci did not know which to 1JliPiefw were between the devil SritHedee seV Ml we- r knew was tlitsohthiiikw wrong Thfcrsdayrwe Teceived a carload o- fiihacidgitpafer a 3 put into Hie lie were compelled to keep the 4pr opetr fbrts orS Hours Result tirc6kIairfromth open door hard iid the ink and cooled the rollers j one natheprcss andit was kinig t tile paper The last boy on the city t deYery did noTTeave the office until after mheV4ocloc1atnigTit Ip the meantime our innumerable stiSj nlfcrif whVwahted their papers kj tth tire1ione hot with inquiries aloutwhy theljoy had missed them t tii 1fi5l5eWeaaersV the boy was Vlrrnott suppose w- esipjduiy andproniisEft 0 try t tdobf1terneXt lime xp MODJY J 6 the artist is rdead Fo- rtigezirgiis sfie was a favorite a51 Tire gendial pu11ic was at alFfimes lpya rtb her Sh1fv a- natk rot acknowledged plbwer in tlie adjiti iitrygrea roles and ad zDi1i b thya5va m rnaiizuidlv reason afu rrBood fI nd she S IO jgcx eWi1T uppiTUte stage optwo con tipis1ojsks V VipU abd Rosalind t Miab impef sbnStibnsV and her stilI Mitli ne1 stately Moiy stuiW 1r fli1olii and Caini- 1ivIif re theT versatility of her talent Heir successful appearancs as Adnennne Lecouvreur in San Fran- cAA liiU 1 ce seventis began an tmH aij m wh Cl wa S to1iL1L fotpeTr thiLy iilrsr ann enable lj i ib tld levln Teis tohertiropcanfame jj oj skis accent betrayed her pligh origin b only to givQ a JMIJoo llwhforeign tongue Her death may be made tbe occasion for a passing ckrtowled3ment of the debt the mar tistic wrldowes to her native land In Modjeska herself in Sienkiewic iaderewski Chopin Wjieniawskij the de Reszke brothers to cite only the mettoiiqurthe national genius 6 t Poland underintolerance and per secution has fund on expression in art ana literature which has laid the civilized Avorld tnnder lasting ob ligationS to the unhappy kingdom DOWN WITH THE FLY It appears that one of the campaign planned by the health depart ment this summer isa campaign against flies In undertaking the war pu these pestiferous insects the de paitm nt asks for public cooperation It is a praiseworthy venture and itr surely deserves universal as sistitnceSNot until very recent years hasC the fly reccieved the recognition it ought to have had long ago as n6tI onlya nuisance but a menace Somehow the race regarded the buzzer as a harmless affair which did not bark or bite which did not sing or sting and which if it got into the butter occasionally did the butter less harm than itself So as a mere annoyance the fly was tolerated and in some quartersis still tolerated But the fly should have no such right of way It should be over wlielmed iviththeloathing it so richly merits for the insect is one of the filthiest creatures imaginable It breeds in filth it cannot breed in a clean spot it feeds on filth From its foul birthplace and from its foul breeding places it carries millions and millions of bacilli about its person diseasemakers which it deposits wherecverif1ights If it should fall into the milk and the drinker of the milkwell there should bo no drinker of that particular milk It is by the flys process of distributing its bacilli that typhoid fever is spread Typhoid fever is the fav orite article which the fly keeps in stock for jfs nnwary customers Fre quently it happens that a typhoid fever patientwill wonder how he ever happened to take into his stomach the inconsiderate germ which laid him low If he had pointed to the fly which became involved in his bread or milk or water or whatever it was he would probably have pointed to the guiltyparty Therefore citizens should work with the health department to ex terniinate his sinister ubiquity the fly Garbage cans should be kept covered tightly stables should kep free of manure alleys and streets should be made spotless rubbish heaps should be removed Slack liine or diluted carbolic acid on refuse piles can help to prevent the breeding of the tiny monstersSDown with the flyCourier4ouri- Ll SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS GHCRCHES r First Pra rysKrhn Church Mrsj5n Hart will render the beautiful sele etioitEistcrDay by Mar zo at the ll oclock services at the First Presbyterian church Sunday Washinaton Street Presbyterian Sorvidin the morning at 11 ocloqk Subject Resurrection SEvetilngjejct Tlie Picture of a Model ChurchSSunday lioo1 in the morning nt 945 christian Endeavor at 630 p m Strangers always welcome to the servicesS SChurchof ChristI Fairfax street ut1pC1ockPreaching by Elder J W Harding First ChurchVof Christ Scientist Regular services at the reading room Sunday morning at eleveu oclock and testimonial meeting Wed nesday tiight at seven oclock The public is cordially invited to attend Sunday April 11 1909 Subject Are Sin Disease and Death Rel Golden TOxtLot no man say when he is tempted I am tempted of God for God cannot be tempted with evil neither itempeth he any man but cveryvman is temptedywhenhe JsI drawn away o big own lust hnd enticed Jamb I ISyM Responsive readingRbhmnsj it 1223 The public is cprdially invited to visit the reading room winch is kept open daily- SUBScRIUE FOR THE NEWS coLoREcotuN Thc City School will close the see 111 week in June thccityItiebJustice of the Peace S H J3humaker and IL L Gfordon for Constable A delegation ofmegroes from Miss comprising bankers businessmen laVycrs and educators called at the White Equse to tender to President Taft whatever assistance they could render in helping him to jprk out the policies outlined by him in his inaugural address The visit hadto do solely with socalled negro problem in the South1 Courier Journal W H Ellis the negro promoter of New York City has returned frpm Mexico where he claims to have been nn busine slconnected with a 10 000 transaction involving the purchase of rubber plantations and the establishment ota rubber factory The Freeman Negroes in Virginia now pay tax on more than 25000000 of real and personal property They own onesixth of the laudin the State which is located in every county of the State except Dickerson in which there is not a single negro citizen American Baptist- A number of our prominent colored citizens have received samples of seeds from Congressman Lang ley Rev T Tiritb rlake who has just closed a meeting at Versailles with 40 additions has been tendered the missionaryship for Eastern Kentucky but his church positivelv refuses to part with himSGeorge Buckner has gone to Coy incton Joseph Thomas the only negro section foreman of Minersville near Pottsville Pa employed on the Schnylkill Valley division of the Pennsylvania Railroad having the best section of trackage covering the distance from Fiftysecond street in Philadelphia through to Lytle a distance of 95 miles was awarded 50 in gold A number of white men were in the contest At 3p m Sunday April 18 there will bo a lecture to the married ladies of the city only at thd First Baptist church by the pastpr Rev Dr J Fisher D DIl v McRidley the new pastor at thd Christian church preached his firs sermon last Sunday Elza Booker well known here was married in Covington not long since The Sunday school of the Christian church is arranging to have a very beautiful Easter exercises tomorrowS morning at 930 and invites lieSExtensive preparation is beinir made to celebrate Easter at Broad way tomorrow night every one is cordially invited to be present The Church is beautifully decorated Excellent music and program will be rendered Chas Armstrong spent last Sunday in Georgetown Mrs Irene Garner who has been quite sick is convalescent Jas Hawkins and two daughters Misses Sada and Georgia visited Mr and Mrs Abe Hawkins in Paris last Saturday and Sunday Clarence Taylor and Wm Booker spent last Sunday in Lexington George Benton who is in the reven ue service spent last Sunday with his family The usual impressive Easter exeiS cises will be held at Clarks chapel tomorrow afternoon- The Mu Mu Social Club is arranging for a popular dance on Com mencement night Robqrt Taylor will be janitor at the new fraternity building Shelby J Davidson a Lexington boy who is now a prominent lawyerS in the city of Washington is plicant as special assistant attorney in the Department of Justice Dr A B Deany is negotiating for U horse T1 remains of John Clinkenbeard an old and well known citizen of Wades Mill was brought here Thurs day for burial Dr J A Tyler hdndscrap new buggy has arrived The Central Colored Law School will bold its nineteenth annual cpm mencement at Calvary Baptist church Fifth and York streets May 3 State Senator Nat C Cureton wilt deliver the address to the graduates There will be six graduates C Hi Platt of Springfield Ky Prof R J Terrell and Sadie Louise Terrell New York B F Henry audI Elizabeth Mitchell Henry LOtivillrtil Albert S Slaughter Camp Hill Ala This schooLis operated inconnection with the State University Louisville Times Rev McRidley has rentc1 the WC Cobbhouse and Rev Fisher the Cyn thia Tayl r housed Say do you want a bargainflVclt read and buy your merchandise from the firms that advertise in this paper Willis Rise is seriously ihlat his hme SS ====Ui The Door is Unbolted = = == CI for white students has been given to Tandy Byrda colored firm from Lexington and one tf f the best in the State in their line Richmond Sentinel All the members of the colored Elks lodge are urged to meet at their hall Monday night April 12 on bus iness of importance by order of B F Johnson E R W H Allen Sec retary The First Baptist church will nol have any Eastern exercises this year Mrs Amanda Durgon bought a house and lot from Joe Mance this week Tomorrow being the annual rally atAllenVehapel members are re quested lo pay 1 Pastor II A Stewardand wife have arranged air excellent Easter program at 230 Dr A B Deany will speak from The Past Present and Future of Christianity Everyone is invited Ed Turner attended his brother Bens funeral in Lexington this week The niaiiy friends of Mack Butts are glad to see him out after an ill ness of nine weeks Misses iljill and Miller of Mt Sterling will be the guest of Miss E N Trivers Sunday The Mu Mu Social Club gave a re hearsallast Thursday night at their club rooms in the Maple street hotel The of class wore sung Dr JTriyas Perkins gave them a nice encouraging talk of importance also J WDeck addressed these younj men af length Mr Deck is develop ing into quite a speaker and pivt some wholesome advice to these young men who arc some of ntH best and are doing good social lines The following lire thE Frazier President Heniv Drummer VicePresident Frank Shackelford Secretary Allen Did lick Treasurer J L Robinson man ager of club- McmbersWm Reeves J H Tay 101J Carl Bates John Flynn Rooh Taylor alllCharlcy Bell THE MARKErS East Buffalo Cattle Export cat tIe 6 006 50 shipping steers 55 75 6 00 butcher cattle 5 00G 2oTielfers 005 7tcows 54 O04 75 btll c3 25S i5 00 milkers and sprInii8O 00 Q 00 CalvesBest 8 00SrCO Sheep and LambsMixed she9pli8 OOJJ6 25 wethers 56 506 65 ewes 5 75C 25 lambs 7 003 25 yearlings 6 757 25 HogsHeavies 57 G57 70 mediums GOT 65 Yorkers 730750 pigs 57 00 roughs 60G 70 stags 55 50Q 6 00 Chicago Cattle Steers 55 007 15 COWr 54 OO5 75 heifers 53 236 0- 0bultit3 iG5 5 stockers and feeders 5330gp5 50 Calves3 507 50 Sheep and Lambs Sheep 5506 75 lambs 57 007 25 yearlings 007 50 Hogs Choice heavy shipping 57 357 424 butchers 57 307 40 light mixed 57 10 7 25 choice light 57 307 35 packing 57 20730 pigs 55 3015 65 Wheat 57 157 25 pigs 55 306 Wheat No 2red 51 351 3S Cprh No 3 6666c OatsNo3J 52T55c Plttsburg PaCattle Choice 56 250 6 50 prime S6 006 20 tidy 55 405 75 heifers 53 5005 butcherSj bulls and stags 2 005 50 525 00050 Calves Veal 008 25I Sheep Lambs Prime wethers 30 5 50 good mixed Sa 000525 lambs 55 007 00 spring lambs 5S 00311 50 Hogs Prime Jieavy hogs 57 607 mediums 577 6507 heavj Yorkers 57 50755 light Yorkers 51 0007uO pigS 5S6b6 80 Cleveland O CattibT Prime t1izen catile 56 006 25 tstacjb00he- lers 54 25J 5 cowsr 253 50 bulls 53 0004 25 mHkbtsnJiaJ Tlngers 525 0053 00 Cav s 53 23 down Sheep and LambsMixed hheop S450JjJ5 00 wethers 5 25c1 cwds SI 6005 00 lambs 54iOO i 85 HogsMJxca7 40 heavies 1 iredlums 57 45 Ybrkers 7 35 pigs 5 6 55 rdughs i650 6 Jj5 st3gs fI505 tlnclnn tWheat No 2 red 51 401 4lH Gohv No mixed 6 QtsNo 2 mixed 5454cRyeNo 2 82 iS3c Lard 510 OO10 10 Bulk Mea9 crit Eacon10 sn I1 gRIi 757 55 CattlaZ 7506 1- 5Shep2 255 75 Laxnbs5 007 75 Toledo Wheat t 36 corn GSVtc oats 5Ccry 87oj clovcrsVed 5 55O REWARD Iii1Ipaya reward of fifty dollars fRrtlie conviction of thev pnityoI ft tics f that during tile pasT week poisoned1 m3Tdog and cats r Wd STEVENS 463t T J You are always welcome to com6 1Eand examine our extensive line of doors sashes wainscoting and other high grade mill work It is work of wHich we tire proud Every detail is carefully constructed by imll exp rtsthe sawing planingj finish and general cabinetwork is unsurpassed Our prices U hiltetsongs workalong ofliecrsA r Capital- 100000 Undivided Profits 60000I L THE fN H WITHERSPOON PRESIDENTS W R SPHAR CASHIBR SOLICITS YnpR- AOOOUNTS PROFESSIONAL CARDS I M STEVENSON Attorney At Law 50 S Main St Winchester Ky ENDLETON BUSH BLISHi Attorneys At 60 S Main St Winchester K- yDOLPHINW S TAILOR SHOP Clothes Gleaned Pressed Repaired- We do French Cleaning and Guorc nice Satisfaction Ladles Party Dresses a Specialty Give Us a Trial and we do the rest All called for and delivered Home Phone 645 24 W Court St- Winchester Ky Thousand Heads for Two Thousand Hats Wanted You can have your choice if yon come earjy enough to pick out the best sample Hat at SOc on the Dollar Just now received from leading manu facturort at the- SAMPLE SHOE STORE 24 N Main sf TINNING PLUMBING ATTENTION GIVEN- REPAIR WORK I will sell you an AWNING or put up- Syour old one or tho one you have ordered LUCIAN WILSON GO TO JACKSONS yiticcd that Jackson can cet out as- Igood a photoas you can have made km your city Also has a full line bf fancy frames for portraits and photos He has arranged with an expert view maw to make house yiqwsi Anyone ddsiring vbrk of this kind should leave their orddr at the studio 34 North Main street 4Gelod I HERAUDWIHS SUIT AIASVILLE Ky April 10The- jury iii thef case of OsehrNorgan- against The Lexington Herald Com pany of Lexiiigton brought na ver diet finding for the d fCiidrintyeter- lay morning and were disClutrged hy Judge Harbison t t 4 j I r the Mid Bustle of Building v WINCHESTER LUMBER MANUFACTURING COU LLZ =workjto WIask INCORPORATEDn nchesterBankW1NC11ESTIR GALLERYj SSHAMMONDSt1 HANDY ATLAS OF THE WORLDS r REEJiWITH r NEWYORK TRIBUNE FARMERS HAMMONDS HANDY ATLAS OF THE WORLD Is tim most complete book in a compact space published- It contains 75 colored maps with data tip to the minute- Historical sketches of our Presidents from George Washington- to William H Taft Articles and illustrations- on the Panama Canal etc etc You Need ItSo Do Your Sons and Daughters Friends and Neighbors Tell Them About It Think of the mud and Mil tax paid each year Roller home best Kerr take time to think your lumber supply your next contract and when think ifus dont know atefolks you ought to know and ought to know lumber will happy to supply with at fairest figures THE Send Subscrip to NIWYORK TRIBUNE FARMER at regular price SI 00 wo will serjd HAMfNDS HAN- DYATLAS OF WORLD FREE postage prepaid Do in in TON ROLLER the is the use and of for you do If you us get at once for we our Ye be you any the r ono tion THE our of per year and yon THE not yd too THE HEWYORK TRIBUNE FARMER is the most practical and helpful iilortnitcd agricultural paper inblishid Evory up lodnlc farmor tr should read it It COUtlliUK the MOST KE LTAVLB JLVKKKT KBFOlTrS SpcoiaL pages are de voted to oach branch of fjinn indtl8try Our VKTKICINAJIY PE f- ipartiurut itl nuexc H d It is edit ed Dr C D X- VSmeacl the best knovo veterinary iorgcou in M M Cost of Subscription Is 10 I Not Delay Order Now Our Supply Is imijtpd 1 NEWYORK TKIRUNE FA1U 1IaX g 54 Nassau Street New York City iz r 4r II Clark County INCORPORATED cionCoI climbing Ko Road can cost the Farmers ao much cs a poor one On apIioationMethods we solicit the construc tion and repairing of all kinds and conditions of roads public or pri vate streets or alleys Crushed and Building Stone Always on Sale We purchase Dynamite POlder Cement Sand car lots and will be pleased to sell same in any quanitydesired The putting of all classes of Concrete a I specialty and satisfaction guaranteed 14 j f B P CURTIS Cashier S D GOPP VPrs K 0 riTCM Asst Cashier ClarK County Natl BanK ffSTAL1SI1II 6865 BEING THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITY Accounts of Merchants Farmers and Traders Solicited Collections Made on All PaintsSCAPITAL AND SURPLUS 35OOOOOO SS WINCHESTER MILLS county Winchester Mills Why flourthe made perfection eQualThe ini SUBSCRIBE FOITHEEWS acquainted grade America anda w- 9EE GILBERT A BOTTO FOR Fresh 6 Cured Meats aPIshi Ye Ubles Cwafry Fra4IfM WTI FMNIS OrZRA HOtiSI 1UCK I I y tiJj p w i 7Tf L J TI7 THE WINCHES R MEWS paJ1M d U F J CI L L- 1 t TbEfKirlOlltiBaptisr itouicb will have CMuuypule at E E Kid wells stoiH on Saturday very body cordially invited They will a lo bave a meeting at the church Saturday 016 BrautyPatch The be my vatiJj Las dept back int favor It is not uncommon to seE bright eyes enhanced with a fetching patch of court plaster or attention called to the ulliiriug dim ple by another bit of blavk Pitucb aid Euglirfti women have tein buuiti n tile patch all winter bu utu ueauti are slower 10 takes H up possibly neiauie their lookb need teas inbaut ng Futmiuey as ye tue beauty I a h is l ulfJueu to tiny diamonds and r o a+ d but one o IWO to aface I tou Loped the time is- iii tiittai wLm the modern belles ckr to rival bet gieaisreaiKraud ui then who aged o plaster herself w tu nil so tH of monstrosities cut fruia tourt plaster One fair marquise of tue lour of the fraud Monaiquu appeared on one occasion with a oaeh and fOUl at the corner of one rye and a knL b in full regalia to empasize tiM JUiiple un her chin TLiji is Jiu wit in putting on a framy paith and the girl who thinks to make benelf lovel er by tf king on u bit otrourt plaster at iHUduj ha need of a course of exI peiiinentn befoiea uiple mirror m ultra American are the Jt 4 11 linos tnoolfl hit ht e l I PICKARD Hand Painted China Q Nothing could be more appropriate for the wedding gift than a set or piece of this beautiful andartistic hand decorated china which without question is un equalled for beautyof coloring and design or varietyof style and decora r tion dlJlPltfJ in Ameif or Eurojjf bhrclal Display Ii PHIL 7b9J1 9AM to 9 PM Ferndell Foods Huylers Candies ever lived on the face of thaerth Why First Because we are the most propHerous people Second Because in we are the freest peo ple FJh ird Because we are the most highly educated So says Albion W Small of the University of Clhicsgo in a com munication to the Chicago Wo mans Club- Freedom and education con tinues the professor makes for unhappiness They bring seiious responsibilites They make tbe individual sen and feel the actual inequality of men They flood so ct Sty with problems that tax the mint und seal the heart u But let us not despair The talent for inineiy is the fountain of progress It is only when men can picture to themselves what they lark and what they want and can work up enough genuine dissatis fa tiun to get themselves into ac tion that they accomplish anything worth while PERSONALS Mr and MM cjaui rtatiff of Ow ingsville came Thursday to be the guests tf Mrs Lou Ratliff for sev eral da s Mrs Richard B Hunter and children retuined home Friday from a delightful visit with Mr and Mrs Junb Hurter of Danville Miss Julia Beach of Beattyville is the guest of Miss Nancy Craw fordMrs Ellen Brown is expected home in a few days from an ex tided visit in Texas Mr George Schleigel of Ashland its in town Friday the guest of lendsMr Henry Bush of Lexington- as in town Friday on busiiiess Mrs W H Kerr and Miss Lucy tr of Lexington were ii town tday shopping Miss Virginia Rerik who is at tiding Caldwell I Jge at Dan illle is home for l Easter holi luys the guestv parents Mr i d Mrs AboVjaick Miss Mary 4 Day has arrived Tom Hami College Jgtonccompan by several glfests for tie East holidays Miss Jnnah Hodkgin of Mid ay f ypgs is the guest of her sis ters cses Ormie and Nancy Hodg k 1 jc Easter j Ella W Haggard was inLex ion Thursday Little Miss Carrie Watson jell Friday and broke her arm Mr John Day and Mr Emmons Kentucky Wesleyan students are it their home in Flemingsburg fore Easter holidays Mrs John W McClure returned ome Friday from Owingsville ijere she was called by the illness il death of Mr Jason Mark TRY A NEWS WANT ADV L1TISEM ENT I Now is the Tiffleto that a housekeeper is at know what to eat andcanned goods seem to be about the onlyavaiJable thing therefore it is most essential- to have the best grades possible floI mt allov yourself to be enticed into buying cht ap canned goods it is both harmful I and dangerous Our Ferndell line of pure foods is yearWhatsold under a strict guarantee to be absolutely A trialnrderfrnm us is nil that is necessary to Cnvinct i ou hat we yivt b th quality anti u tittvq R W Rounsavall G Go OE AGENTS I Pure 1 Belle Chase Sanhorns Prices Lard and CoffeesI r ttF- L t flN1SiLONTHdf Mt rneji For Dcfcnsetieep Promise rln Standard OU Hearing St Louis Aprif lOThe Standard Oil lawyers more than made good their promise lo the court to complete their arguments In defense of the governments suit to have the big cor poration dissolved as a Sherman law violator by Friday evening finishing with halt an hour to spare John G Johnson of Philadelphia having com pleted his address following Mr Ro senthal just 30 minutes before the usual time for adjournment The court asked Mr Kellogg the government attorney if he wished to take advantage of the half hour in which to commence his replying argu ment but the federal lawyer said he would rather begin his address in the morning promising to finish by usual closing time today Then will end what St Louis attorneys agree has probably been the greatest legal argu ment ever heard in the tribunals of this jurisdiction The feature of the hearing was the argument of Lawyer Moritz Rosenthal of Chicago who confined his address to a compilation of fact upon fact After hearing the arguments of the lawyers the court will take the case under advisement but it is not ex pected In view of the importance qf the case fend the volume of evidence to consider that the opinion will be handed down before fall STATE SENATOR INDICTED Frank M Patterson Accused of Em bezzlement at Ashland Ashland Of April lOA joint In dictment charging embezzlement of 15000 was returned against State Senator Frank M Patterson exCom mon Pleas Judge Robert M Campbell exCommon Pleas Judge H L Mc Cray and George Ullman farmer cash ier of the Farmers bank v e charge prows out of thesett1emel v f the estate of Mrs Mary F Freer mo by will left to the Ashland County Chil drens home the sum of 40000 Of this amount it is said only 144 was turned over to the home Ullman acted as the administrator of the estate Campbell drew the will The other two men it is charged par ticipated in the embezzlement in their legal capacity as lawyers Two other indictments were returned against Campbell whose term as common pleas judge eXpired only a few months ago Carnegie Helps Hamilton College Utica N Y April 10 Hamilton college has received a donation of 200000 from Andrew Carnegie who stated that the gift is a recognition of the distinguished services rendered to his country by Senator Root a grad uate of the college and whose father was for years one of its professors DROPS DEAD AT fIRE Physician With Weak Heart Expires Suddenly at Franklin O Franklin 0 April 10 Burning embers carried by high winds ignited two churches and six dwellings dur ing a fire which completely destroyed a manufacturing plant For a time it was feared that the town was doom ed Dr D A Williams dropped dead while watching the fire Heart dis ease caused his death The fire started In the plant of the BrownCarsonDillman Manufacturing company Forty persons were at work in the plant but all escaped in safety The fire spread to the Bap tist and Lutheran churches and six adjoining dwellings Total loss about 75000 Two Men Cremated Point Richmond Gal April 10 Two men were burned to death and three others seriously injured one fatally as the result of an explosion in one of The oil mills of the Standard Oil companyV TO BOOM DEMOCRACY Chairman Mack Announces New Monthly Magazine Buffalo N Y April 10 Norman E Mack chairman of the Democratic na tional committee announced that he had completed all arrangements for the publication of a monthly maga zine to be known as the National Monthly and to be devoted to the lif terests of the Democratic party in the nation The first edition of the maga zine will make its appearance under date of May 1 The contributors to its columns include United States senators members of the house of representatives governors and other prominent representatives of the Democratic party Lilley Grows Weaker Hartford Conn April 10That Governor George L Lllley who is ill at the executive mansion here Is gradually growing weaker was manifested by the statements Issued by his physicians DIXIE ALSO RAN American Entry In Motor Boat Race Bursts Water Pipe Monte Carlo April lOThe English boat WolseleySiddeley owned by the Duke of Westminster won the race for tie cup of nations covering the 100 kilometers about 62 miles in 1 hour 35 minutes and 9 seconds The German Lfcotte finished second The American boat Standard did not start ovring to a cylinder having cracked dUt11ga trial spin Dixie II raced welt and kept in second place from start until the thirteenth round of the come was reached Then her water pump burst and she was forced to abandon the contest Sj TWO HAPPY KIDS ON EASTER MORNING Song of the Resurrection Morn After Richard Le GalUenne WAKE fond heart an Easter song I To the sweet anthem of returning bird And swelling bud ascendigblade Add the last wordV longHeart afraid So long the spring delayed is andsing andpale AWAKE fond heart andgo thou forth and sing thy voice to all this music Of opening leaf and busy building wing And falling showers The murmur soft of little lives newborn The armies of the grass the myriad j feet Of marching flowers v HUT inV the winters alabaster tombfi So white and still the sleeping summer lay That deadshe seemed And none might know how in her magic sideft Slept the young spring and moved and smiled and dreamed Beh qshe wakes again and open eyed Gazes in wonder round the leafYroom At the young flowers Upon this Easter day s Awaken too my heart open thine eyes And from thy seeming death thou too arise H sWeetI OWsoftly blows the resurrection horn Across the meadows over the far hills I In the sours garden a new sweetness stirs And the heart fills And in and out the mind flow the soft airs Awake fond heart andsing this Easter mom i In the years resurrection do thy part IAwake fond heart I YOUNG LIFES ASTIR ON RESURRECTION TORN 4 t- omi1 r You Cannotdflswer tefyKWl ILWhy do you continue bathing your knees and elbows one a i a time when you can stretchout in a full bath tempered to suit you and can do so every morning if you wish 2Why pump and carry wat er for your kitchen and laun dry work when you can have it at hand for the turning o a faucet 3Why tttke chances on drinking germfilled cistern water when you can get it from a large reservoir filtered through the best filter plant South of the Ohio River II Bush small pair filly filly filly 4953 Hay cents each meat cents meat cents OF 15th JAY 4Why have when have it fled with green grass blooming same get dust 5Wby suffer other into veniences when you have healthof house tnif jetting J F ATTERSALL Superintendent t Winchester Water Works Co INCORPORATED At nor Maple Street and Lexington Evenue will tell yoa all about it Youll be how inexpensive these I w indifference IIdoonright Buy and when you feel grumpy just change your clothes and change mind cure for asth riia insomnia and grouch Thousands Wj a Mare doing workstry it Or ELBERT HUBBARD D FOR SALE BY ALLAN MUFftH I rtte6WINCHESTER z r The All to any the at any I SALE i Horses and Cattle Go at Prices Jonas R auctioneer a tit the sale of G P Robins in the and fair prices realized are some of the sales One mare 29 one mares 311 one 71 one 90 one two 119 one mare 84 two cows and calves four sows for 18 21 23 and 31 each sold for 8 per ton for 750 per 250 each 40 8Yl per pound side 113 per pound v All of lodge i0 are to be at the night to for cotners tonelaying monies at April GLENMORJ3 N G TTON Secy 493ti rt ro i i jpIc n a dry dismal you can ani and can at the time rid of the In the can everything for the ani your right in the 6= Is it not= tun swer is not but lack ofeconomy and and to the of life C at are I it several neur of en thisit Lexington FIXING A CARRIAGE a lot of That is why you should scud your here to be We none but skilled who know carriages from the up We carry in the best RUBBER TIRESand do the finest CARRIAGE PAINTING See us for the best cut ting HARROW market T STROTHER SCOTT c MM EAT PROCTORS ICE CREAM Cream Thats Cream Any quantity delivered promptly pert of Phone order Sunday for Chocolate Peach or Vanilla Both Phones 59 Brick Cream a Specialty SMALL ATTENDANCEAT Good Friday attendance Following aged yearling twoyearold yearold aged selling dozen turkeys ducks KICKHAH LODGE members Hickman requested meeting Monday arrange attending cere STADL I looking yard flowers street comfort family thltihe Haclcdf money enterprise mostout surprised privilege suits thus your Sure requires whole knowhow carriage repaired employ workmen ground stock the city time your reports County Friday chickens shoulder COMBS WE WANT YOUR HORSE to show the benefits of the good feed that you buy from us and accordingly sell you nothing but the best that will give your aniMaL high spirits yourhorseyou will keep it ill goo 1 goad condition for work or pleasure c rTHEt r J R MARTIN COAL AND SUPPLY COMPANY OPERA HOUSE Lyman H Howe Vast audiences in4 the great JJew yYorkthe remarkable pictures of Sicily be fore and after the earthquake shown by Lyman H Howe Mr Howe will show the same scenes here at the opera house on April 19 i MODERN WOODMEN Modern Woodmen who read this notice are requested to be present at fraternity hall next Monday night not only to witness iniatory work but more particularly to consider and pass on a matter to be presented that is of vital interest to the whole camp Come and tell each member you see to comerROBERT C PREWIT31ConsuL SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS Barretts photos are IM as silk bear close study ani will please YOtl V i V1 rrr jr Jg3t A 1i r 1iK yy t ri Esev B J 11 ik 1 ii iioncty 8 B1 Urg tl By Gt1 GE PCARD tCir itt 191 by Amerlc Prua AawcitisRr kXJL1 I fo iJ TJSIT when the egg began to cut sucUUn rtant figure Jn the celebration pf the Easter festival r is stIlln of grave dis pute It ia perfectly clear However tfiibthq good people of the early mid 01c ages knew all about it efolkI lore of that period males frequent I1 eggnliandetl down numerous entertaining r stories about it One of them tell w axyery j tulypung vojriau scoured a noble husband through its ngency Her riamS was Margaret anuV ulic Vas a royal princess the daughter of silo Emperor Maximilian of Germany- s was bpni at Ghent inJL4SQj and although that is a long ago her fame as an attractive young person still survives When one looks on her faijfape as the old time painters have de Jtcd lier it seems Incredible that she should have found it difficult to Itrayiael1erssl with a suitable hus soWhen Marga vet vvas bctrotli d o Charles Till of prance Of course the tiny princess hail no opportunity to say nay and she grew to maidenhood in the belief that her matrimonial affairs were all f settled Her foya lover proved faith less Thecharhisof Anne Brittany w mn ehimin cut to the fact that he r9JDis tobecome the spniu heIIn ri gaeat was only ejev en altogether too young to Jose her benptysleel over the matter Her fa tJ1gr was exceedingly wroth hut noth drendful came of it He waited until his heiress was seventeen and inarriet her to Don Juan of Spain son tit Ferdinand and Isabella Almost before Margaret had made tierugly husbands 1tnucecven before he had had an opportunity to i Introduce hlsbrIt1eito the Spanish v UnderIInconsolable but she waited another fouryears before she began to scan the matrimonial horizon In search of Nfcv 2 Her experience had taught her one thingIn future she purposed doing her lown selecting with no aid from anybody except Providence twentyonemorewidow 1t off her weeds and notified Providence that the game was on Iii order that she might enlist the services pf her patron snlnt she set out on a pilgrimage to a shrine in the south of tnldngYa J evitdent from the sequel It was not even required of her that the should complete her pilgrimage Midway of the Journey the princess V and r party halted at the little vii age of Bourg for a few days rest It- wasa charming spot in the mountain lj r greatf5flarl forests on every side It happened to be the Eastertide On Easter Monday the chatelaine of the jaspe at Which the princess was a guest proposed that a party should be made up to Attend the village games Margaret accepted the proposition with shewatchedliveliest Interest The day was perfect The air was soft and and tPostmnllblomQQdf afterward the gtefj personages put aside their state and joined in the dunce 4 Toward the middle of the afternoon aux the gueat event of the day the famous egg contest of Bourg Several men in holiday attire advanced each oa jbas etpnJiis arm containing tine gayly colored eggs which were to JJ usQdjin thecQntest There were twelve dozen of these In all and one IIJAT 3y one they were distributed over rtlje field in a series of figures When all was ready the music changed to a stately measure and a young man and his chosen partner stepped forward and be cQn the dance It was a serious mattejr for the dancers toron tlQir success iu making the peril 1 ous passage 0 the figures defI ncnded theft fn CJeIillookers made themselves exceedingly mciTy over the aftoir bjJt the principals nitllebontetrwoxeanous and uncerr pia Pountcnitnces ifc was the couple f51lrco gligeover thp eggs and f pass among them Jn fit the varied xmpvenients pf thedgncc without crack trig if single one hutmutght marry int spiteof the opposition of the parents It was one of the thost highly cherish ed p ivilelso f fle f uumenAan m ifts otBourSt Just as this all fro rtant buslnes pf tf if tW fr r the lay was at its busiest a bold blast of a hunters horn came from the edi of the forest It was followed speed fly by the n a company of mQUIltc galfhnts in such splendid attire tlmrthc peasants stopped in the dance tojgazopen mouthed rattUe ap parition The Princess Margaret and her party were almost equally amaze Jtp beholdrjBuch splendor issuing froju tho forest Atthe bead of the troop eltargenyoilug1uightlxbearingprQClaimedhbltto lie a person of great consequence J Without further preliminary Jie rod directly to the side of the chatelaine t Bourg sprung from his home doffed his plumed hat and bending a grace ful knee requested hechpspitalityfor himself and his men Sir I am honored in the asking she responded graciously fprshe knejv that her would be guest wasPhllibert the Handsome duke of Savoy The duke and his gentlemen were presented to the princess and the dance was resumed From the first It was apparent to the entire company tha t the young mUll whose beauty was the theme ofreery court in Europe had no eyesifor the rustic festivity Margaret too her hostess discovered had abandon cd her Jnterostv in the dance and had transferred i t else where At last the lady of Bourg made bold to rally the beau tiful widow on her listlessness I fear ma damp she said gl3ut1Hlt our Easter sport 4s becoming tiresome j BOWED ron BEEOKE Not at all de TIlE LoViiY ant dared the pfltn isu WIDOWcons hotly i o i1Y wish I were one of your good peasants1 so that I might engage in it myself tillhandsomelow before the lovely widow and said Madame I crave the honor jot your partner in the Easter egg test of Bourg A great hush fell on the gay and splendid company Not a man or wo man among them all was so stupid as not to realize that Phlliberts words meant the proffer of his heart and hand For a moment the fair Mat garet hesitated and her cheeks flushed Charming Then shG accepted her bold young wooers arm and permitted I him to lead her to the field It is but a harmless diversion sit protested laughingly I shall be cer taint o break more than one egg be Ihave accomplished iti Break all of them if you will ma finale butdo riotbreak my heart he returned presumptuously She would not reassure him by an spoken word and amid the plaudits the onlookers they entered on the The Princess Margarets doleful prediction was not fulfilled At the enid of the dance It was announced publicly that not a single egg had been bro ienlie won sai Phil eggdnncfate There is up appeal from its d cision a I suppose youarerJghtshe ad mitted softly One cannot do violence to ForPOurhaany Scars this royal couple Ivcd the J l vwjcdded UtcantI they Margaret was again a widow Thus she remained to the close of li n life She was so capable and so highly esteemed that she was rnade regent of Holland She was also A poet of no mean distinction and left enough interesting letters to makeupbig volumes Interesting Easter Items Among the Gregorian Armenians t periodical blessing 014 the hous takes place at Easter Tins consists of the repetition cta prayer by the prjesjacCbmpanJed Uy the burDlngtSt inc cnsetiand the sprinkling with holy water ill the u saja or central roomjof the house On Foster eve In the Albanian big lauds tlie i oungmelt assemble wi lighted torches which they wave 1tllroughthrow thee Into the water with these torches so mayest thou never re turn referring evidently to the male olent splits When thq priest cpmes to less tLe ttioa 0 oa Easter day the 1vQlpen throrc flop embersnftec hI 9 he lc rea iii oeilcr t 1jJ msy to i awayjall fdahger from firey tJot 7r Af r 1 I i J kSr 7 0rIWII1 I I i1 J t ltaDdets SfierfflMAt uri Jtff It sl t rnitAHG1Sn QIJthliSD1 lt tt LWet rAI he Lt c uiGovernmentNorthern Securities Merger TeJIs Judges 1fthfatRpokefeller and Asp a Cii lri ap cityiol Citizelis Had Rlg tilo Gonijjlhev as Under 12A rebmeptr f er t JAprih The t mporar indispositanof the Standards law yer Moritz Rosenthal of Chicago in terferedeligtitiy with the jiroiram of the defense in the nresentutfonof its ren1Yfo thegQvjqiments su IRio dls solve the StandlrdOll Company o New Jersey for alleged Sherman act violations when the case was resume d FStatesYorkthee 1histhai was to have followed with a dis cussion of the facts as claimed by the defense feftvirig John J Johnson of Philadelphia and David T Watson of Pitts ta nrgpethe Iawpoin and interpret tho Sherman act fro the viewpoint of the defendants Lawyer Watson represented the government jtt the Northern Securities case and is credited with hay ing won that suit for the government t In his interpretation the dofiision in that now oft quoted authority Mr Watson insisted that in the present case and that suit two separate and distinct principles of law were in volved and that under do stretch of the imagination coul they be ident cal Crux of his argument was that the defendants could not be held for their conduct of years past and that the only point the court could con sider was whether it wits acting in restraint of commerce engaging in unfair competition or doing Yny the many other diverse things on the fifteenth day of November 1906 the day the petition In the pre s eat case vas fileduTouching uypn the history of the Standards past Mr Watson claimed Mr Rockefeller and his associates had the legal right as citizens to com bine as they did under the 1882 agree mentarightdel11ed the two xorapet ing roads not citizens in the North ern Securities case CLARK CIRCUIT COURT thnvs Notice Burl Turner i 7 J A IIughesJ I rYt Shirley Uaddeii V 1H Nolcinir Hardman tR9y itWinchester llllk eendants- Thr above Pltrties f othis notion and Tobei n are notified tliatln Master Com mlssionefbf the Clark Circuit Court will at my office iriAVuicliester Kentucky beginning oa April 3rd 1909 v lacer evidence as to the indebtedness Tltnicrp as of 1any assets of said firm at said time the relative rights of the parties to sail assets witlr the purpose of set tling said partnership I will continue to hear evidence as to said ques ons till April 47th 1909 EIATHAWAYU r CeC J ATTORNeY StiQT DPVriil Ordway Puller Caught by Police Iri Act re nta Saloon Richmond Van April Ordw erPullor a former member of the leg Islatureandiaiprominent joune attor nejvofthli city wasahot byBpJLce men just after haying broken the window oiL a saloon tie 4s ngw in hospital under thetsuryefllanca3 otipolicy pn a feloqy charge Theo cerskheard the cra lit of Mass i1n presunjingithat some onelwasbre- in the plaqe ran to tho see attemptoesc one pf the shots taking effect in iris leg Chase Ha Smallpox ChasoJftrSfb hospihiiipox His physician kiln 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down and injured a street sweep er in Fifth avenue The injured man was taken too the New York hospital where bewas found to have sustained VIIirest WIPE OUT TENEMENTDISTRICT SixHondre People Homeless at tsser J HI Manchester N Hr April A large portion of the tenement house dis tract justsouth of the business cen ties of tha city was wiped out by fire It destroyed about 50 wooden three and foyrstorj buildings Six hundred men women and children mostly Greeks were made homeless and the loss is estimated at 150000 The fl ames were driven by a fierce gale through two city squares Help had tQ lie summoned from Concord Nashua Rochester Dover and Portsmoutiij N H and from Lowell Mass Five companies of the New Hampshire National Guard were keepderty lose in the district was corapara tively small The cause of the fire- nknown is LOSES ONE tlUSBANDI Woman Witnesses Tragedy Caused by Admiration of Her Charms New Orleans AprlWnlklng I toa saloon in StLouis street Al fonso Di Matteao in company with 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l 1i- r t r 4 i I firRc tr nr tIcwEaTER wa 1 S 1 PIMIt J i f1ii K ntaittee OiJhreei BuAn Easter Je CLARISSA StoryiC HACKIE t Copyright fiby American Press AsaeciationY Je JPi JI JPI ipiC lpf 4 4 4 1Iheads of his congregation He was a tall man with thin straw colored hair and mustache and mUd blue eyes which had innocently enough been the cause of disturbing the peace of mind of several of the ladles of his parish The three ladles In question blushed and tingled wIth various degrees of tbelfollowingIt Is now the 1st of January and as Is customary at this season I shall appoint three ladies of the parish to serve upon the flower committee This committee will have entire charge of the decorations of the church on Easter Sunday and In their capable hands I feel we may safely leave the embel lishment of the house of God on that most significant day The three members of the commit tee for this purpose are Miss Emily Burton Miss Harriet Ames and Miss Lucy Grant Mr Crane resumed his eyeglasses t and gave out the closing hymn When the service was over the three Wwly appointed members of the flow- r committee gravitated toward one mother as by common consent All were flushed with excitement and perhaps disposed to be a trifle jealous of the other but save for rather criti cal surveys of one anothers bonnets and gowns there was no outward indi cation that personal feelings might doinlnate the faithful performance of comImltteeCome over to my house tomorrow night suggested Harriet Ames with her usual air of leadership Come over and stay to tea and we will talk over the plans Miss Burton and Miss Grant nodded assent and the three parted to meet again the following night around Miss Ames tea table When the dishes of pink tinted ham and light biscuit and damson preserves had gone the rounds and Miss Ames had poured great cups of fragrant tea and when the delicious poundcake was still In anticipation the commIttee got down to business Now said Harriet briskly we must decide what decorations we shall have and act accordingly We want it to outshine anything that any other committee ever did Yes Indeed murmured Lucy mild ly Perhaps yonvo gob a plan all laid ut Harrif e so toreha dedImarked Ei jrtou with a asperity Well I have returned Miss Ames frankly The fact Is I laid It all out on a piece of paper last night Theres three places to plan for t mildly What are they questioned Lucy Tile back of the chancel and the baptismaldefiantly at her colleagues Lucy Grant fluttered over her tea somethingEarrieh Youve forgotten the ministers desk said Emily bluntly She stared eyesLucy ofpoundperturbedIlug of Mr Cranes desk she said sar castically there wasnt any need for me to remember that Now youve mentioned It my idea Is to wait till the last minute and then buy some thlng appropriate for that 1 She turned to the other members of the committee They brightened visibly Yes indeed they agreed enthusiastically We will wait till the last minute and then buy something very nice Now ro got an oleander tree anda rubber and sights of geraniums thVtwIli be grand Em terappendcd EnSIly BUT Con amiably And I have three big maidenhair ferns and lots of be u dgther small plants added Lucy ea gerty Ive Boston ferns and ivy and well just look at that windowyoullsee make quite a showing With out calling on any outsiders tifor help said Harriet A in els proudly With one ac WE WILL WAIT TILLI TilE LAST MINUTE AND THEN BUY somITILING NICE cord they turned toward the southbowt1 window of the dining room wherei flourished a magnificent showing ofIHhrlfty plants in various stages bf l y rf i t growth but all promislngva luxuriant yield bjr the forthcoming Easter Sunday Lucy Grant went straight home from the tea party and evading the curious questions of the bedridden aunt with whom she lived she made her way to the cellar and from a dim corner brought forth five flowerpots These pots contained five Easter lily bulbs which Lucy had been surrep titiously forcing for the decoration o Mr Cranes reading desk Planted and watered in secrecy she had not known how she was to attain the pleasure of having her plantsgrace the pulpit on Easter Sunday Now alj was clear As a member of the flower committee she would come forward at the last minute with her offerlng Easter lilies were rare in Montbank village The same thought had taken root in the minds of Harriet Ames and Emily BurtonSecretly the three members of the committee each tended a few care fully nurtured pots of Easter lilies for the admired ministers desk During the long winter days that fol lowed each one dreamed of the triumph of producing great pots of pure white blooms at the last moment The friendship which bound the three spinsters together before the ad vent of the good looking bachelor min dayIHappily Easter sped on apace and all too soon came the Saturday before the sacred day to the real meaning of which neither of the three women had given much thought Not once after that tea party at Harriet Ames house was the subject of the ministers desk mentioned They avoided it as by tacit agreement The day before Easter Sunday the flower committee worked feverishly In the church Be hind closed doors they decorated chancel choir rail and baptis mal font TheIr houses were denuded of green growing things to beautify the old church At last they paused and look at one anoth Icd smoldering resentment and covert fear in their eyes About Mr Cranes desk said Harriet Ames hesitating for once in lIerI lifeIMUST TELL YOU A LAjassented EmilyDIES Lucy Grant merelynodded weakly I have some Easter lilies = began Harriet with eagerness t So have I interrupted Emily Bur ton irritablyVMine are lovely almost wailed Lucy Grant With one accord they vanished from the church in the direction of their several homes Fifteen minutes later three small boys with as many small wagons cart ed pots of stately Easter lilies Into the Indignant spinsters gathered about the mInisters desk It was my Idea asserted Harriet No such thing objected Emily Bur tonlfnewere all up when the committee was appointed sobbed Lucy des- paIrIngly A footstep sounded In the carpeted aisle With one accord they turned to face the Rev Barnabas Crane beaming mild eyed and enthusiastic It Is exquisite exquisite ladies he said softly rubbing his hands And the lilies how pure and sweet C y are emblematic of the pure souls which grew them for the house of the Lord He paused for an Instant and the members of the flower committee dropped shamed repentant eyes to the floor and not one of them trusted her self to speak- I must tell you a little secret la dies went on the minister happily Tomorrow you will see in the pew with my mothera young lady a stran ger to you from the west I hope you will learn to love her as I do for she Is to be my wife very soon silentlytheywarmly When he had departed the flower committee sighed in unison Letsput all of theta on his desk sturdilySome of it on the floor qualified Emily And some in the ministers pw rurested Lucy And they an understood v s 7 v ji 1 T Y qI7HORJEMEN irWIteNGiifr Kentucky Association Splits and Will Fight For Treasury Fends Louisville Ky April 10 Great dis order and a split into two factions marked the annual meeting of the American Saddle Horse Breeders as sociation The trouble was caused by dispute over proxies and the meeting finally broke up without a vote hav ing been ordered on the question by the president General John B Castle man of Louisville The meeting there upon divide itself the faction headed by General Castleman abruptly ad- journIng the meeting while the oppo sition headed by Mat S Cohen a Lexington Ky horseman remained to form a new organization The section headed by General Cas tleman held another meeting later in the afternoon Each of the factions elected a full set of officers and the contest for the right to bear the title of the old organization and also for control of the funds in the treasury will be fought out in the courts The Cohen faction elected Powhat tan WoolrIdge of Pewee Valley Ky president J D Johnson and M F Arbuckle vice presidents Ion B Nall Louisville secretary and W H Netherland Louisville treasurer The Castleman faction reelected General Castleman for the nineteenth term as presfCox treasurer Goldman Again in Spotlight New York April 10 Miss Gold man the anarchist who has again been brought to jniolic notice because her husbands naturalization papers have been canceled by the United States courts which may lead to her expulsion from the country announced that she would lecture here tomorrow TAFT WINS FIGHT rf FOR PHILIPPINES Senate Committee Agrees to Free Sugar Glaass Washington April 10 President Taft has won a signal victory for the Philippine Islands in the acccjptahce by the senate committee on finance of the provision of the Payne bill for the free admission of 300000 gress tons annually of Filipino sugar This decision was reached utter the subcommittee considering the sugar schedule had taken to the White House Charles B Warren president of the Michigan Sugar company and had confirmed an agreement between Mr Taft and Mr Warren made in this city last fall while the president elect was a guest at the Boardman residence TEAM ALL RIGHT New York Americans Get Clean Bill of Health at Richmond Richmond Va April lOThe New York American baseball club after passing through various experiences with the health authorities at Lynch burg and other places since their de parture from Augusta Ga where Hal Chase their star first baseman Is now occupying an entire hospital in the enjoyment of a case of vario loid which has been diagnosed as smallpox arrived here and was given a clean bill of health and defeated the Richmond team by a score of 5 to 1 Whatever is the matter with Chase there does not seem to be s lich the matter physically with the other team members Chase accord ing to reports is in firstclass condi tion and will be ready to join the team as soon as he is ffcleasedvf roin quarantine COMPROMISE PROBABLE Missouri Railroad Officials Meet to Discuss Rate War St Louis April 10 Executive and legal representatives of the is rail roads in Missouri are in session in the office of A J Davidson president of the Frisco system today and iyls probable that a flat 21 cent ger rate will be adopted Promlnelit railroad officials said that there was some talk of continuing the conflict with the state in the matter of a pas senger fare but the general opinion tended to a compromise American Consul Snubbed Fort de France April 10 Numerous requests for an audience were made upon Senor Castro but he refused to receive any one Jacques D Schnegg the American vice and dep uty consul thrice sought an inter view with the expresident But with out avail N t THE MOT OMT V Six lives were lost In a fire on the HamburgAmerican steamer Sanaa while at Port Llmcn British Hon durasThe Binghamton NYrTrust com pany capital 300tOOO has suspended and been placed in the hands oil the state banking authorities A 30foot ice gorge in the Niagar river threatens the town of Lowiston NYVSi Ethan Alien Hitchcock at one Ijjtne RooseveltThejbody of Lieutenant Petroslnp slain by Black Hand agents while hunting evidence against them hnsI Arrived at New York AMERlCANNOYELISr SpccvTODEATH F Marion Crawford Passes Away at Italian Villa Sorrento Italy April lOThe last words of F Marion Crawford the American novelist who died at tits villa near hire were I enter serene ly into eternity According to the attending physI- cian Mr Crawford collapsed Thurs day night owing to some weakness F MARION CRAWFORD He then was without fever He sadly expressed the presentiment that he was soon to die but almost immedi ately afterward when referring to the approaching Good Friday he said I die with Christ Mr Crawfords daughter at his request then read to him Platos dia logues the novelist declaring they taught him serenity in death Lad Drowns In Cistern Marietta 0 AprIl lOA crust of bread floating on the water ofa dis used cistern led to the finding of the lifeless body of Willie Zimmer 5 who had been missing map y hours Moonshiner Killed In Raid TazewellGa AprIl 10In a pitched battle betweji moonshiners and revenue officers Buchanan county it is believed that one or more of the moonshiners were killed PROSPECTUS OF MAY MUSIC FESTIVAL Has Just Been FullaInformation Concerning the Festival The proseclus for time May Music Festival which will be held at the First Regiment Armory in Louis ville May 61r and 8 has been re oeived here It is one of the hand somest pieces of printing that eau e imagined and is printed on India tintedpaper with Egyptian ink It gives full information concerning the festival and is handsomely illus trated with cuts of the famous artists who are to take part The programs for the festival are announced for the first time There arc to be five performances the eve flings of Thursday Friday and Sat urday May 0 7 and 8 and the after noons of Friday and Saturday having been set apart for the concerts The first night will be called Italian Opera Nightand the singing of ARIa Verdis masterpiece will feature it Friday afternoon will have a Symphony Concert the chief feat ure of which will be the performance of the Elgar Symphony in E flat Next comes Popular Night whon two big choral works including The Eied Piper of Hamelin and The Death of Minnehaha will be suiig Satur day afternoon the Childrens Chorus of 500 will have the center of the stage and Farewell Night will be giv en over to Mme Olive Frcmstad the wonderful soprano of the Metropoli tan Opera Company Copies of the prospectus may bo hadon application to Secretary An drew Broaddus Columbia building Louisville ICy- DEATHS AND FUNERALS Mrs W H McHanan The funeral of Mi W H M jMa hun who diedof consumption raveSaturday morning at ten oclock the services being conducted IwJtev G W Shepherd MR BRO STON Ifi CITY Mr Charles Bronston of Lexington was in time city Saturday morn ing looking after some case he will have to come up in the Clark Circuit Court next week t V llt fP JT hWf r lti- I Time I For More Painting I I we ac us 1C U I 1- A HIE Of IT Mrs pf Osage la while from long illness leaped to her death from a James Smith negro convictedof was electrocuted in the penl at Va- L W Kramer motorman of South Bend Ind was fatally whes current of 6000 volts passed his body Mrs Watson 23 and very pretty sent up for one year from To ledo for is the at the Ohio penitentiary A Detroit Mich justice upheld t father who his 17yearold because she would not rq main away from cheap Some one in Washington Pa a bill bite the tion box at the hurrh and the it was a mistake are advertising for the owner of the bill Vice Chancellor has refused to stop the ball game New Nationals and City Jer sey TRY A E RTMT t fi 1 I f d 1 ITis high time that the business men of of this vicinity were finding that we are the Only Modern Printers wittt Down Date Outfit the City Winchester It is time they were 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TOURISTS ARt MISSING Chicago Police Search Lake In Vain For Houseboat Party Chicago April Tile life saying crew at the mouth of the Chicago river started search along the shore for some clew to the fate of Elwood Tibbits of London Eng and a par ty of young men who started for Flor ida in a houseboat last November Beside Tibbits were Fred Keihl of South Haven Mich William Bakhus of Toledo 0 and Oharles Hayball of this city The party started from Hyde Park and no trace of them has been found since Census Bill Reported Washington April A bill to pro vide for the enumeration of the thir waslreportedlette chairman konIcensus and III be considered that body today Several resolutions calling on the secretaries of state of agriculture and of commerce and labor for information concerning duties on sugar were adopted One Way to Attain Prominence Another way to gett goer name imj the papers says the Phileopiter ofs Folly Is to gelid a telegram of con dolence whenever some famous mad dlaR j t P III tQR 1111 gS j i1 I GARAGE Bring me your automobile for repair or storage I have an uptodate Garage with 4 nice Waitin Room for tidies elms Hagan Winchester Ky Corner of Broadway and Highland I iROSSM4ttRkTLIFFV AND INSURANCE SeiYsrF Bargains fittlWAff a Ct m M JL Cv 1 PIMI E1CI I1tMIc1LIIIILIIr ktsst Iu I I TA 1rI t J J SIx T1r THEM WINCHESTER NEWS TTTT t I I BRIGHTEN UP Springtime is here when every thing takes on new life andneQV color y What about that SPRING PAINTING We thkye the best high grade Guaranteed paint on the market j t KURFE t House Bridge Barn Roof and Carriage Paint is sold only by GRUBBS AND BENTON V- c91Main and Broadway Pajnt riTslies Linseed Oil Turpentine Uhl RAILROADS MAY COMBINE Talk of L N and C 0 Doing Business Together NEW YORK April 9 Chesapeake and Ohio stock made a new high rec byiimportant information to work on Cliesapea4 a and Ohio has now reach ed the price promised by one of the new directors when he took office some mpuths ago but the street expects it togo still further and a com nation is hinted at with the L NV railroad Nothing official canbe Had on the subject but the Hawley people admit thut the C 0is open for bids to connect with some system WANT REDWINE TO RUN Wolfe County Democrats Petition Jackson Attorney to Make Race For Circuit Judge CAMPTON Ky April10A num ber of prominent Democrats of Wolfe county met here and drew up a petition and sent itto Judge D B Red wine of Jackson asking him to make the race for the nomination for Cir cuit Judge of this the Twentythird Judicial district composed of Breath itt Wolfe Lee and Estill counties It is reported that if Judge Redwine willaccept he will have no opposition for the nomination Judge Redwine served one term as Circuit Judge of the district Judge J P Adamsn HwjHc ujnl nt is the Re publican nomineej- ttV iieTrf till NB I t MEET MEI TITAVLOnsTrue Sweets are so appreciative of quality that they would rather go without than be disappointed CONFECTIONERY in The question ishow are you to knowhow can yQU recognize quality beJfore you buy There is one sure way go t- oTAYLORi for it is better to paya little more and not be dis aappointedfI t t i t 0 t PEOPLESFORUMThe s any of its readers to make free us of its columns on all subjects of in terest to them or the community He does not necessarily agievitji the articles so published INQUIRER PROPOUNDS CONUNDRUM FOR MEN WANTS TO SWAP RIGHT OF WAY FOR THE CANAL Correspondent Wants to Know How the Canal is Going to Be Engineered To the Editor of The News I readwith much interest your article recently on the proposed Win chester and Kentucky River Canal and it looks good to me but where will you get your water at the Win chester clllr Canals have to have feeders jtloht they Is there enough in the water vyprks reservoir to sup ply the canal Or will they build a reservoir and store excess of rains What is the elevation of Winchester above the Kentucky River Wont they have to raise canal boats and freight about 400 feet to get them from the river to the town What do the engineers sty about that I own a form dorr that wav and Im willing to swap right of way for canal advantages every time but Iwant to know if the canal is practicable X Y Z Ruckerville April 10th Is it Proper for a Man to Smoke iWhile on Street With a Lady Winchester April 10th To the Editor of The News Is it the proper thinq for a man toJ walkingIa some doing it on our streets and I just wanted to know about it before I made any kick INQUIRER IThe First Baptist t Church morning at 11 oclock worship and preaching by Dr Porter on the subject Of the Resurrection of the Saints In the evening at 730 Worship and preaching by Dr Porter Subject How to Obtain Eternal Life Sunday school at 930a m Mid week prayer meeting Wednesday eve at 730 p mo You are invited to the services Episcopal Church Easter services will be held in the Episcopal church Sunday morning at 1045 The Yen Rev Frank B Went worth Archdeacon of the Diocese of Lexington will conduct the services Special music has been arranged for the occasion All are cordially in vited to attend- SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS t it0 wIr o w tiYk h KENTUCKY MOB Att LYNCHESNEGROem Farmers Daughter TAKEN AFTER LONG CHASE t Ben Brame Hauled Before Intended Victim and Little Sister and Iden tined as Man Who Attacked Them In the WoodsFrenzied Father At tempts to Shoot Youth but Is Restrained and Body Is Soon Hanging From Limb of Tree Hopkinsvillc Ky April 10 Ben alias Booker Brame a negro 18 years of age was lynched by a mob of between 200 and 300 farmers for attempting to assault Miss Ruth Gee 17 daughter of William Gee a prom anent Trigg county farmer Brame attacked Miss Gee in a wood near her home and was prevented from overpowering her by a little sis ter SaUte May Gee who fought him with an ax The screams of the girls brought their mother to their assistance and the negro escaped After an all night search the mob located Brame and carried him uefore the Misses Gee who positively identified himRestraining the father of the girls from shooting the negro the mob car ried Brame to Flat Lick near the Trigg and Christian county line and hanged him to a tree The mob then quietly dispersed Powder Mill Explodes Wayne N J April 10More than 50000 pounds of government powdor exploded at the Dupont black rowder mills here instantly killing one work man Jerome Marsh seriously Injur inejuring about 75 other employes The eight buildings of the plant were an nihilated ana houses were wrecked in the surounding country he shock was felt in villages 30 miles away BLACK HAND AFTER- SUCCESSFUL SUITOR Wealthy Italian Seeks Protection I For Self and Bride New frfcrk April 10Vincenzo Schiano De Pepe a wealthy resident of the Bronx who reached quarantine on the steamship Rome from Italy with his made said that his first business upon landing would be to appeal to the New York police for pro tection against Black Hand enemies Members of the organization are seeking his life he says because of his marrying his boyhood sweetheart whom an influential member of a Black Hand band in the old country coveted CONFERENCE ADJOURNS Hard Cal Operators and Miners Are In Hopeless Deadlock Philadelphia April 10After con ferences extending since Wednesday the anthracite coal operators and the officials of the United Mine Workers of America at which the question of a w agreement was discussed the operators rejected the modified demands of one miners and the confer erne adjournbd deadlocked There will be no strike inaugurated by the mine workers however and the only danger of a suspension of mining in the near future according to the mine workers officials arises from the possibility of the refusal of the operators to permit the miners to work without an agreement Although the entire proposition of the miners as modified was rejected the operators gave out a statement in which they claim that they offered to submit the new work complaint to the conciliation board created by the anthracite strike commission When the attention of President Lew is of the United Mine Workers of America was called tothe operators statement he said have no com IVhenre- garding hew work he said Bugs Wreckage Tells Fate of Tug Cleveland 0 Apr1110Tle find lag flf additional pieces of wreckageI from the fishing tug George lvhtch disappeared in the storm on Lake Erie along the shore 12 miles east of Cleveland has practically dis pelled all belief that the tug is afloat Pies of the boats cabin arts of fishing net s and preservers from the missing craft have been washing in along the shoreEAmerican Students Body Recovered Vienn April 10The body of OH rer tray an American student of medicine who disappeared last monthhand for whom diligent been made was taken from the Danube river It has said at the tine of his disaPPearanc that young Bray was suffering ia Mrlous nervous disorderAaf- r 1IIII SOMEONE I I WILL GET I BEAUTIFUL THIS II 300 II COTE PIANOiii mm I III This is not a guessing competition nor is it a test increasetrademmYOUR CASH BUSINESS and advertise in this way it IWe Give Certificates With Every Cash Purchase I made at our store The one securing the greatest IfI value in certificates will be presented with the Piano = absolutely free We offer you the latest designs in =Wall Paper Borders Room Mouldings etc at re Em markably low prices for cash There are money- saving opportunities at this store every day Just m come in and examine the Piano and look through Itmour stock You are welcome to visit our store and mmake yourself right at home m Immm1tm1t1 Easter THowers SEE OUR GRAND DISPLAY OF I fi Tut blowers I Mooniin t ecorative1JlantsI Would be pleased to have your orders Prices lower flowers better than ever before Ectbn Building Opposite Court House shea r G W SHEPARO- TO GO TO FLORIDA Popular Baptist Preacher Accepts a Call to LakelandVery- Able Minister fRev G W Shepherd of this city has accipted s call to become pastor of the Baptist ohurch at Lakeland ida Lakeland has a population of about four thousand said is one of the thriving cities of Florid The has a parsonage and gives andsome salary Mr Shepherd began his work this county He was pastor of the Baptist church Richmond Ivy but resigned to enter the missionary field He is a fine man and has an interest ing family We regret to loose them I 1y i J l I f I J f I I I I t j in at Obe florist Mr Shepherd is regarded as one of the ablest of the youngest Baptist ministers Women In Thirteenth Century FtliertPardow a New York priest say that in the thirteenth century there were women teaching in the Catholic universities In the story of the tmother of the Maccabees the Bibls says she joined a mans heart to aiW mans thought which shows that she rather than mari was considered a person of intellect and capableof thought Wastefu Philanthropy muddle thinks hes done something awfully funny and smart said his mother but he hasnt Look hereI Hes taken all the buttons I had in myJ work basket wrapped them up in paper and thrown them down to the lltj tie Dutch band in the court to them think they were pennies Itjmakes me tired There were about dollars worth of buttons there J 4 7 1 t tf The new green post cards and views at your homes arc beautiful made by Birretl 49St Times Changes in Venezuela Venezuela received its musical slIdents who saw a resemblance to Venice in the sites of the inland cities The llanos or bleak plains on which the llaneros live a precarious life have largely changed their character since Humboldt saw them Than these great plains of grass supported innumerable herds of cattle but civil war led to the destruction of the beasts to feed the insurgents The llanos are now rapidly becoming a potential source of timber JOty The Stumbling Block Id tell my friends franklr of aU my faults says the Philosopher 6f Folly buf for one thing Theyd belleVs wht I told em C t J Y CLASSIfiED COLUMN If you want to rent a homev If you want to buy a honst If you want to injure your bom t graPhoPhJm Morning Glory horn Address N R B this office 19tf WANTEDTo buy clean rags Apply at The News office 217tf WIRE FENCEI still build all lands of wire fence L in the market for same write or telephono me for prices JOHN A TANNER Winn avenue Home phone 541 2lGtf FOR SALEold papers for sale at this office 216if- WANTEDTo take orders for making cakes beaten biscuit rolls tim bales and rosettes MISS LUCY COLEMAN BROWNING 218 Col lege street Home phone 65- 4311lmo thorouglIIS 109 Frerfch avenue 3151m FOR SALE Eggs from purebred Buff Plymouth Rocks H H PHILLIPS Winchester Home phone 311 3lVlmo JUNK DEALER Chas Zigman junkdealer in old iron and all kinds of old metal Best buyer in town ashingrlontSTRAY COLT Strayed into my liv ery stable No 15 West Washing ton street a yearling horse colt bay long tail and mane BIRL TURNER 31Tif- WANTAt once good reliable boy to learn the printers trade Ap ply to this office 327lf FOR RENT New 6room cottage on College street with 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J A Hughes livery stable in Winchester dark overcoat with black silk muffler and gloves inDo kclRe turn to this office and receive re wurdI 473t- WANTEDPainter firstclass none other need apply FRANK RQY 318 North Main Street 4Gtf WANTED Colts to handle CHAR LIE VANMETpSR 48GL FOR RENT House for rql1ton Ma ple between Boone and Hickman streets Apply A II SYSIPSON 4= m0tf FOR SALEEggs from Rhocle Is land Reds rose combs ls prl nor 6 per hundred C T PEG0Sj Mt Sterling R R No1 t 404tT- HE NEWi 1 1 A f r i