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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ir T t t E itionII i VOL I gts5 WINCHESTER KY TUESDAY APRIL 1909 2 CENTS A COW II CENTS A WEIX illt DlJfJJIlT TRIAL u rCase of Mrs Mllam Against Messrs Bloomfield and Barnes in Circuit Court The trial of the case of Mrs Mil am vs Messrs Bloomfield and Bar nes consumed the entire morning Tuesday in the Clark Circuit Court and will probably extend over to TVednesdaj The defense has not yet finished their evidence Mrs Milam is suing for 10000 and alleges that in taking up a fence in the rear of her residence they left a post hole open into which she fell break lug her leg causing damages to this amount BLIND MAN CHARGED WITH CARRYING PISTOL Judge Young Has His First Case of the Kind and Discharges Accused MT STERLING Ky April 13 The April term of the Montgomery Circuit Court convened here yesterday with Judge Allie W Young on the bench and Commonwealths At torney Alex Conner ready for dl1tyI Tile gran djury is composed of Rankin R Vhitsitt foreman N fIBoone Hugh Posley John Lee Char les Hazelrigg lA L Tipton Ollie McCormick Ewell Payne Clay FoggI James W Horr Will Thompson and S Webb Oaitskill Judge Young made a brief charge to the jury touchingon the violations of the law The petit Jury is composed of Frank C Laughlin Jeff Cooper T J Thomas James K Denton John 3C Barnes J M Privatt J M Mc Cormick Rp Parsons Nose II Xera JIuLT Wgodfoxd Earl Im i SfHblT ti Wa15h Owen Dior ris Alvin Myers George W Ander joiji J Ti Ricketts Tandy Chenault Ben F Wyatt George W Denton A B Setters Asa Bean and James Kel larA young man named Watkins who was totally blind was before the court on the charge of carrying aj- pistol Judge Young stated that was the first time since he had been on the bench that a blind man had ever been brought before him on the charge of carrying a pistol and after a lecture upon the agreement of the prisoner never to again carry a weapon Watkins was discharged Court adjourned until Tuesday when the trial of John Hawkins for t IIcascyears PaymentFor Equity Growers County Secretary Emmet Y Nelson will pay out this week to Equity tobacco growers of Montgomery county 10000 leaving a balance of about 15000 yet due Mr Nelson ms already paid to the growers about 91500 and when the last payment is made it will V about 118000 which has Jseerf fied loose here by Mr Nelson J his amount grown here nmminjrlfifl with the Clark count1J SUBSCRIB fOR THE NEWS TWO WOMEN CUT INtA FIGHT OVER WHISKEY One of Them Reported Dying and Her Son and Three Other Men Injured- 0WINGSVILLE Ky April 13 In a cutting affray that occurredj at the home of Mrs I about five miles east of Owingsville yesterday afternoon in which Mrs Cline her daughter Miss Susan and her son Cline and Richard and John Hayes were the participants Mrs Cline and Richard Mayes were fatally subbed and were reported to be dying at 10 oclock tonight The others were severely cut and areI said to be in a critical condition The trouble arose in a quarrel in which the boys engaged oveu theown ershnp of some mooilshine whisky and Mrs Cline and her daughter 1nJ terfered taking sides with the son and brother Mrs Cline 6 Oyears of age The trouble occurred in one of the strong est local option territories in Eastern i Kentucky SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS r 7 L r 73 i iI FVkFVGi iC THE WINCHESTER NEWSL 13 BASEBALL MEN- BEGINPRACTISE Local Team Starts at Garners Park to Get Ready For Opening Game The first practice on the home grounds was done by the local team Monday afternoon The team went out in the morning and inspected the grounds and went out for a little real practice in the afternoon Tire boys seem to be in good shape All seemed to like tlieir new home andsup getting aeqhair ted with the fans pretty well Tuesday was a rainy day and they did nut get to put ii any practice but jnst as soon us the weather clears up manager Horn will get diem to work Some are a little too heavy and will reducebtheir weight by taking long runs and di thebheaviest men on the team Elis weighing 180 pounds and Touey a little more than Ellis Arrangements were made Tuesday morning for an exhibition game with the Cincinnati Colts Monday April 19th This team is owned by the Cincinnati National League team and some of the men who will play here will be seen in the ranks of the Reds before the season has closed This team has defeated the Reds three games tied them once and lost to them three times in exhibition games this season They are on a tour and defeated the Evansville team Monday While in Kentucky they will play at Lexington and other towns in Central Kentucky If Gus Powers arrives in time manager Horn will probably put hun in the box for this- game RAIDS ON HENHOUSE STOPPED BY SHOTGUN Richmond Editors Brother Fires on Two Negroes fitit They r v Escape iRICHMOND Ky April 13Twp unknown negro men with a gang of others who entered the poultry house of Emmitt Miller a well to do farmer here last night were wounded with a Shotgun by Mr Miller The two wounded men were spirited away by companions and as yet have not been located by officers Streams of blood were traced several yards from the house where it is believed they entered a conveyance and made their escape Mr Miller wwho is a brother of A D Miller editor and publisher of ihe Richmond Climax has been troubled for some time by chicken thieves This probably will lCnhouseIWORK IS TO BEGIN ON COLLEGE ADDITION Bids Are Being Received on the New Addition Bids are being received from various contractors for the beginning of work on the new college addition Mr R J Warrick is in town representing the Bowman Realty Company which is putting the addition on the market WHAT INDUCED TEDDY TO GO TO AFRICA Various reasons have been assign for Mr Roosevelts trip to Africa Itoccurs to us the real was that for seven years he has been in the limelight and this was his best opportunity to continue to be lionized M M I DEFEATS NORMAL RICHMOND Ky April 13Mil lersburg Military Institute won from the model department of the State Normal School here yesterday after noon in a game of baseball by the score of 12 tto 6 The pitching of Faggin for Millersburg was the feat ure He allowed one hit and made sixteen strikeouts WILL ASK FOR NEW TRIAL Cooper Case to Come Up Again on April 21 in Nashville NASHVILLE Tenn ApriI13An order has been entered in the Criminal Court here fixing April 21 at the date on which the application for a new trial will be heard in the Cooper murder case It will he remembered that Robin Cooper and his father Colonel Dun can B Cooper were recently cop victed of the murder of Senator E W Carmack and given twenty years each in thee penitentiary t t k PREsaYTERY Convenes in Washington Street Pres byterian Church Tues day Night Delegates have begun to arrive for the of the Ebenezer Pres bytery U yS A which convenes Tuesday night at the Washington Street Presbyterian church The opening sermon will be preached Tuesday night at 730 by the present moderator Rev T CKeer of Fal mouth after which the Presbytery will be constituted and a new modes ator elected The convention will get down to business Wednesday morn ing The convention will be in ses sion two days und about one hundred delegates will be here FORMER COMRADESIN NG AFFRAY Deputy Sheriff Kills Man With Whom He Had Quarreled While Both Were Drinking HINDMAN Ky April tLastFriday evening Thomas Hays a dep uty sheriff shot and killed Alex Thacker two miles below this place Both Hays and Thacker had been drinking for two weeks when Hays procured steel ball gun and hunting np Thacker at his home fired a ball into Ills abdomen Thacked died ear ly Saturday morning Hays prompt ly gave himself up to the authorities Both men formerly served in the United States Army r of Old Case Are to Be Seen tit at the Great Fair to The News J Wash April in the trial of Aaron Burr for treason which have been a part of the of the Court at Va since 1807 will be sent to Seattle as a part of the to be made by the Unitcd States of at at the Alaska this summer So are these that they are kept in a vault in the and are to few The papers have in the of the Feder al Court since 1807 the trial taken place in the summer of that year with dust and edby the flight of years the old will be from their place and to for at the fair They in all sixty sepa ate among which are the l3urr for treason the bench issued by Chief John tht of Aaron Burr the letter from to the dated 12 1806 to be as well as the memo of the court for the duces tecum for and a duces tec um to himto t The the of Hale made by Latthutr Martin o and np Cj POET WHO IS DEAD 1 The late was born In London on April 5 1837 otAshbllrnhll1l IUstlrstWATCH for lie big Forty Page Special fEditioii Wed nesday Afteroonra The Thousands Extra Papers we have printed have been ordered and wejregret to gay there are no more copies sale AARON BURR PAPERS TDyBE AT EXPOS1 ON Records Famous Seattle Special SEATTLE 13The original documents records Federal Richmond exhibit Deportment Justice Washington YukonPacific Exposition documents Richmond federal building entrusted persons remained undisturbed possession having Dignified yellow documents removed resting shipped Seattle display comprise exhibits original indictment against warrant Justice Marshall affidavit requiring General Wilkinson President November produced randum subpoena President Thomas Jefferson subpoena Thomas Jefferson requiring produce certain correspondence documents include affidavit Edward conceniMftecertain statements cxattorneY general May 7iLGESKr03r CHAS SWINBTJRNE NOTED AKerfjphirles Swinburne of for valuable SUNDAY scHooL CONVENTION Executive Committee Meets But Does Not Definitely Decide on Day For the Summer Meeting The Executive Committee of the Clark County Sunday School Asso ciation met in the Methodist church Monday for the purpoSo formulating plans for the Sunday School Convention of all the churches of the countv to be heM sop time in the summer The committee discussed the matter fully but didhot fix the day for the convention That will be drtermined upon at a later meeting I STATE TAX COMMISSION Open Meeting Will Be Held on the 24th of This Month FRANKFORT Ky April 13 Secretary W B OConnell of the State Tax Commission today out notices for ail openmeet I sentI the body to be helot at Xiouisville ril 24 It is the purpose of the com mission to meet dnuiu the summer at Paducah Owensbor Bowling Green Lexington and possibly some point in Eastern Kentucky for discussion and to arouse interest in tax reforms t plication for a writ of habeas corpus for Aaron Burr application to the governor of Virginia requesting the use of certain public buildings such as a jail and others and many other documents fa similar nature The documents ill b given a prominent place in they to he made at Seattle bythb Department of Justice ft OC fftXf i d FIRST fXCURSIONS OF SUMMER SEASON L N to Cincinnati and C 0 to Louisville Next Sunday Morning The first Cincinnati excursion of the season will be run by the L N railroad next Sunday It will be by special train and will leave Winches ter at 730 a m All who desire may see the opening game of the National League in the Queen City between the Cincinnati Und St LoUis teams The first Louisville excursion of the season will be over the C 0 next Sunday FIRE AT LAWRENCEBURG Destroys the Residence of A C With erspoon Causing Loss of 800 LAWRENCEBURG Ky April 13 Fire destroyed the residence of A C Witherspoonon North Main street here at an early hour yesterday morningThe is 8000 with partial in surance NARROW ESCAPE FROM CREMATION Fire at Georgetown Destroys Publi cation Office of News GEORGETOWN Ky April 13 The Harrison Smith building on South Broadway for years occupied as the News office burned yesterday after noon The cause is reported as due to an explosion ofa coal oil stove The estimated loss to the building is 2000 and a like amount on the con tents The families of Carl Culbertson and Harrison Smith the occupants upstairs had a narrow escape from cremation r 1 r SENATORS WIN- OPENING GAME Easily Defeat New York by Score of 4 to 1 CROWD BREAKS RECORD Many Persons Prominent In Official and Diplomatic Circles Witness Contest Engles OneHanded Catch of Fly Was Fielding Feature of the GameMore Than Thirty Thousand Fans Pay to See Philadelphia Trim Boston Iito Washington April 13Tllt Ameri can league season was opened in a game between the Washington and New York clubs before what was said to be the largest crowd that has ever turned out in this city there being 15000 paid admissions The stands were packed to their limit while the overflowing crowds completely encircled the outfield a dozen deep Many prominent people of official and diplO- matic circles were present The game was won easily by Wash ingtonp the final score being 4 to t is their favor The looalii batted hariif at critical pointy aid were helped along by costly errors of the New Yorkers Pitcher Charlie Smith was Utfijrqat surprise to the visitors who are credited with only four hits Nekton did the twirling for the New Yorks but was wild and ineffective and after working four Innings gave was to Brockett who held the locals to two hits and no runs in the final four innings The fielding feature of the game was a remarkable onehand eel catch by Leftfielder Engle of a long fly from Streets butt in the third inning There were three men on the bases and only one out at the time Engle ran to the edge of the crowd in left field and as the ball was sailing over his head jumped and grabbed the ball in his ungloved hand As Engle disappeared in a mixture of arms and legs he held to the ball Delebantysgo ng Wf f1ifpppth out Conroy who was on the bag before the bull was caught and was declared out when the ball was returned to second Clymer walked but Milan forced him to second on a roller to Newton Unglaub doubled Into the crowd in left field but the ground rule held Milan at third Delehanty then sent a roller to Newton wlro threw home to head off Milan but me now dropped the ball and the runner scored Conroy rolled one towards first which Newton fumbled and the bases were filled Freeman followed with a long single into left field scoring Unglaub and Delehanty- In the third inning Washington scored its fourth and final run the result of singles by Delehanty and Conroy and Streets long fly New Yorks lonesome tally devel oped in the fourth inning Elberfield led off with a clean double into cen ter and Engle got a base on balls Ward moved both men up with a sac rifice and on Balls out short to first Elberfield crossed the plate ScoreR Washington eo 30100000 4 8 1 New York 000100000 4 3 BatterIesSmith and Street Newton Brockett and Kleinow PEOPLE TURNED AWAY Philadelphia Season Opens With Reo ordBreaking Crowd Philadelphia April 13The Amer Iran league season was opened with the largest crowd that ever witnessed a baseball game in this city30162 paying for admission while nearly 1000 more were present as guests of the clubs The occasion marked the opening of Shibe park the new half million dollar home of the Philadel phia American league club So great was the rush for the park that the gates were closed hue hour before play started and thousands of per sons were turned away After the parade across the field which was led by President Johnson of the Ameri can league President B F Shibe of the PMladlephia club President John I Taylor of the Boston club and W O Hantley of Chicago and the flag raising Mayor Reyburn tossed out the ball and Umpire Hurst announced that the game was onIPhiladelphia outplayed Boston both in pitching and at the bat Plank was In grand condition and held Boa ton to six hits Bostons pitchers were batted hard and nearly all the hits off them were bunched Arellanes was taken out In the seventh inning after 11 hits had been made off him Ryan who took his place was very wild and he was also touched up for two hits The score TL H E Philadelphia 1 0 2 S 1 0 1 3 8 13 2 JBatterieslanes Ryan and Carrigan sJ SUBSCRIBE FOR THE t 1 Ir IFaitL L teriyleratsn II IAiiy DEFICIT GRO4ALLERtr Coolidge Issues Statement gf t Government tempts BIG CHM6E IS NOTED Says That If Average Maintained Since February 10 When Improve ment Began Continues Shortage For First Year Will Be 96S37170 as Against Estimate of 114OOQOOt at Beginning of 1909 Average Since March 10 Is Even setter Washington April 13 Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Coolidge In speaking of customs In regard to revenue and other treasury receipts and of expenditures this yearsaid the daily delis f Is steadily diniiuishl Ing He said The dally average receipts from customs from Jan 1 to April 10 were 1071861 This Is nearly up to the average of the corresponding period of 1907 which was 1144 57 Tke periodfefturns from internal revenue have not been so favorable The average dally receipts since Jan 1 have been 750 223 as against 773078 for the corresponding period of 1908 and S853320 for the corresponding period of 1907 The average daily total receipts from all sources have been 2007889 as against 1897134 in 1908 and 2 198577 in 1907 The average daily total expenditure has been 2303800 as against 2266400 in 1908 and 1 855500 in 1907 The daily deficit has continued to diminish steadily The average daily deficit since July 1 1908 has been 374900 Since Jan IFeb200 Since April 1 the average daily surplus has beep 63959 If the average daily Deficit since Feb 10 when the Improvement in customs receipts benB lie notice able should cbntinuefuntil June 0dt the total deficit for the fiscal year will be 96837170 as against the deficit of 114000000 estimated at the beginning of the last session of con gress while If the average since March 10 continues the total at the end of the fiscal year will be 93 203082 THIRTY HURT IN CRASH Ten of Number Are Severely tnjun When Traction Cars Collide p Gary Ind April l3Ten men w 4 seriously injured and a score bal hurt in a headon collision on Chicago Lake Shore lC South Bet interurban line two miles west Gary But one passenger on the east bound car which contained 20 people escaped without injury of some kind The crash came as the eastbound car was running down grade at high speed from the elevated crossing over the Joliet cutoff The front ends of the two cars were telescoped when they struck Most of the male pas sengers were crowded in the smoking sections back of the motorman and it is here the most serious injuries resulted To Advance Latonla Case Cincinnati 0 April 13Steps have Itionin the test case to determine the status of the Latonia Jockey club the ref j4 suit of which it is expected will bjt a decision by that body prior to the opening day of the Latonia spring meeting May 25 An agreement by attorneys on both sides was forward ed to Frankfort providing for advanc ing the appeal from the decision of Judge Harbeson of the Kenton county circuit court which held that the Kentuckystate racing commission had acted without authority in revoking the license of the Latonia track be cause bookmaking was allowed OrpDaerN t Retire Columbus 0 April 13 General WV P Orr of Piqua will not retire as trusr tee of Sandusky Soldiers home as previously announced Edward P Searles pf Toledo appointed last week succeeds General R B Brown of Zanesville andVQrr is reappbimt tl- as his own successor r ix Ships CollUe taLondon April 13 The Danish steamer Philadelphia from Rotterdam April 10 for Philadelphia has been in collision with the British ship Cel tic Chief at a poilitla miles oK Eddy stone light Both vessels put In at Plymouth in a badly daaaged condi ti nSUBSCRIBE FOR THE Y A JEWS WANT t ant yPA t THE WINCHESTER NEWS TIE WIICHESTER NEWS 1 t y n 14lnanllefttJleWttiptIj J adL rDlIlIIR3 the tillterNmCi A II f1H Mk ftHth Mill Strtft Wkwfcfitif Kentucky t lallyj Except Sunray 7nteie ft sHoifdelag matter vii 81008 at the poet office t Winiibutar Kentecky under tke 187git4 r iU tCRlPlON RATES Carrier Delivery jUi1ti 7oiW poi xi iu20 wwk s 10 Payable at dffic ticis u olleetor 1i tF ek v Mall Delivery i ar X 300 Wr dwnths 150 month 25- Payable in advance r ADVERTISING RATES is Display Per Inch u tints any edition 25 ree times within one week 50 1 1E week continuously 100 ar calendar month 300 four weeks four times a week 240 four weeks titee Ifcimes a week 380 tour weeks two times a week 120 our weeks one time a week 75 V Tine discounts 3 months 10 per f exit 6 months 25 per cent one- ezr 33 13 per cent leading NoticesPer Line jmaneflg notices body type 7c are reading news headings 15o r Both Phones No 91 TUESDAY APRIL 13 1909 SAFE DRINKING Prof Munsterberg defends the moderate use of alcoholic drinks as safe Unfortunately we are not a moderate nation and the tendency everywhere is to excess whether in Ypleasure or in serious pursuits In college sports or the accumulation of swollen fortunes We are imniod critic even in our prohibition Jaws If the goidea mean were the Ameri 1ca rule of life there would be no drink evil to curb and half the ex fisting legislation would becoma a dead letter on the statute books What President Eliot said in his statements at the Massachusetts conference of nolicense workers which Profc Munsterberg seeks to controvert was with regard to alcohol in its relation to efficiency of labor that even the moderate drinking of hlcohol is inexpedient and that mtn Imposed to cold heat or hardship are better prepared for such encount I by alcohol his is theitestimony of mountain bers and polar explorers Su g ago as 1837 Richard Henry ana Jr returning around the Horn in a Boston temperance ship noted the preference of sailors for hot coffee oVer grog as a stimulant after exposure alpft Alcohol in modern tion may be safe in ordinary condi tiphsiofwowrk but it is a false prop for sustained Endeavor or inoccupa tide calling for severe effort COMMERCIAL CLUB The committee in regard to mem bership in the Commercial Club is meeting with fair success but some of our citizens who should renew 1t4e1r membership have failed to do so This should not be the case One lothe chief factors in the progress of our city which has made Winchester the wonder and admiration of tile State has been the Commercial Club What business men could not doas individuals has been done cBllectiVely by the Commercial Club If a stranger has a proposition to make to our business men it would b3 useless forhun to hunt t1iem up one atras tini and talk Ahem fqrhei would know nothing when he was through But ho qanflay his plans ibefojce the Commercial Club with some prospect for aoUbh A large portion of the enterprises in our city were promoted in a great ror less degree by the Commercial Club The rebuilding of Kentucky Wesleyan College the CcoropanY the location of BurkyliHead raarfers and many other thui s rc get results of the Clubs world te growth and increased wealt Chester inures to the benefit o ens so should each one b 1 t r r willing to bear his part of the bur den Tie dfllksers and members of the coHUMUMe Tefree lyotbiir tune and work counting themselves repaid ytlie good that homes to the city and surely others can spare the meager sum required as dies to help the good work altmgJLet every man in Winchester en roll himself with these public spir ited citizens and do what he can to help the gqod work along Winches ter Democrat A SENSATION IN DIAMONDS There appears to be a call for a reorganization of the Diamond Trust if tho countless gems worn or hoard ed or for sale the world over arej not to be reduced in their value to that of so many quartz crystals And this situation growsout of the fact ofrepetition of the history of dis covery During the hundred and fortythree years from 1728 tolf7l Brazil was the great diamondpro ducing country Then came Africa with its wonderful Kimberley and other districts and an output in thirtyeight years of seven hundred millions of dollars worth more 01 less And now comes back to his home in New York from a visit to Brazila diamond merchant and expert who has large interests iii the State of Minas Gel eas that country confirming the astonishing reports given out by the Bulletin of the In ternatioual Bureau of the American Republics Along the headwaters of the Rio Jequitinhunha or Diamond River seemsto be the center of the wonderful fields discovered and being rapidly developed with head quarters in the town of Diamantuia These diamonds are said to be in the average the purest ever found They are taken from beds of streams at low water and from alluvial surface soil with no necessity for deep and costly excavation as at the Kimber ley mines And along with the dia monds are found in the really go hien sands untold riches ingold and plat inum Also the black carbonado or bolts the most valuable produc tion of theearth for boring and drilling purposes In one year carbonado to the value of 4500000 has been shipped from the port of Bahla t6 serve the world in cutting boring and drilling This New York merchant remarked to an interviewer There are too many diamonds aud too many small companies operating Unless there is some measure taken to POII dclidate these interests and control the output diamonds will soon be as cheap as quartz crystals The bod of the Rio Jaquitinhunha contains the washings of centuries of the monn tains and of plateaus rich with precious and semiprecious stones and gold and plafmura The diamonds found ar eworth forty to sixty percent more than the Kimberley gems because of their greater hardness On this ship I am bringing home thir tysix sacks of sand which an assay will show contains gold and platinum in unheardof quantities Other samples of these sands have assayed as high as 3000 per ton in gold and 5000 in platinum in the Uaitof States Assay Office This Rio Jaquitinhunha empties in to the Atlantic at Belmonte It is only 350 miles long The center ot the precious fields is about 490 miles north of Rio de Janeiro PLAYERS OF- LOCAL LEAGUE Names of Men Who Have Been Sign ed to Play in Blue Grass Leaguet The Winchester Baseball team en ters on this its first coplete season as a member of the Blue Grass Lea gue with high hopes of carrying off the pennant Thorough prepara Lion has been made and a complete team of tried players has been signed The baseball grounds at Garners Park are being improved and the grand stand repaired With the im provement contemplated Winchester will have as good grounds as any in the league The practicing in Winchester begins this week and the first me of the season will be played it 27 with Paris at Winchester earn will be under the mana if 1 1 gement of Newton IrornThe team is as follows Catcher and Manager Newton Horn df Nashville Tenn Left Field ci car Schmidt of Nashville Tenn j Second base and pitcher Henry Schmidt ofNashville Tenn Second base Charles Krause of Detroit Miclt Infielder Tony Catiganni of Nashville Tenn Short Stop Allen Ingels of Millersburp Ky Infield James Dickerson of Salt Lick Ky Pitcher Herndon Wills of Stanton Ky Pitcher Fred of Nash ville Tenn Outfielder Tonic Wyatt of Mt Sterling Ky Negotiations are also on with Proctor last years Southpaw Horn is also in correspondence with three cracker jack pitchers and hopes to land some of them The players signed in the other teams of the league are as follows PARIS W T Robertson of Springfield Ky whopitched for Winchester in the Blue Grass League last year Oscar Wagner who pitched for Albany Ind last season Jesse Dupere of Louisville who pitched for Jackson Miss last year James ODonald who pitched for the Cincinnati Gyms last year Sidney Keechle of Waverly 0 who is touted as one of the best semiprofessionals in Ohio J P King of Baltimore Maryland who clayed with Raleigh team in the Eastern Carolina League last season Carl Noon of Frankfort 0anoutfielder who comes highly recom mendedWarren Fieber of Lexington who played left field for Lexington in the Blue Grass League last year James Quinlan of Auburn Ind who pitched for Auburn semiprofes sional team which was considered the best semiprofessional team in IndianaEarl Swearengen of Paris who is wellknown by all Paris fans George Hannigan of Louisville who played third base for Lawrence burg last year L McKee Reed of Harrodsburg who pitched and played out field for Lawrenceburg last year All of the pitchers will report in Paris on April 8th and the rest of tlic team on April 12th LEXINGTON Chas Stockum Win Eaton Rob6 Jefferson W C Pittmon Jr Dorsey Davis Lester Woods Jas Fie Victor Bailey Joe Pigeon Eugene Per kins Marion Kimbrough W Smith W 0 Westbey C lIe Gibbs Chas Hartland Edw Hanners Jas T Mc Hogautl r Catchers Fred Kossuck Detroit Mich Logan Mafiitt Cynthiana Ky H W Gruneisen Louisville Ky Pitchers II C Gottschalk Cincinnati Ohio Perry Linville Cu thiana Ky George Willox Buffalo N Y Mansfield Ellsworth Leaven worth Ind John Hagerty St Louis Mo Wm Snell St Louis Mo Wm W Tate Bellbrook Ohio InfieldersAnton Kuhn Shelby ville Ky Leo Cooke St Louis Mo- a A Cahill St Louis Mb Fred LI riiMolioma Tenn Clem HowarHEdd yiUeKy Ernest Tay i M iuocu1L Harbison Shelbyville Iffy Outfielders =Chas B Dosler Chattanooga Tenn Frank Juelg Covington Ky toe Guesser Louis ville Ky WM Terry Cynthiana Ky WarneiiBnrgcJVnddy Ky FRANKFORT Rasty Wright Frankfort Nibo Allison Bowling Green Rufus McDowell Nashville Clifford Horn back Cincinnati Albert Buskins Cincinnati Ernie Ehrensberger Cincinnati Hooks Meyers Looky Gep Butler DaytoliO Wm Dardis Hamilton 0 JT Roddy Cin cinnati J F BFueirinanfEvanston 0 Cliff Rungan Milford 0 Jno Patterson East Liverpool 0 Edw Miller East Liverpool 0 Lee Kent Philadelphia Jack McCarthy Phil adelphia Russell Henderson Char lotte C R 0 Colt Charlotte N C Jas Vansickle Aurora Iud owen Felix Hartwell 0 M J P King Baltimore Joseph Murphy Norwood Wallace Borge Frankfort RICHMOND PitchersHarvey Parrish Rich mond Ky G E Williams Barbour ville Ky E W Bruner London Ky John Miller Anderson Ferry 0 CatchersAda Thoss Covington KyFirst Base At Grohe Cincinnati 0 John Kelley Louisville Ky Second BaseA Stengel Louis male Ky B F Nolte Huntington W Va Short Stop John Wuebling Cin cinnati 0 W G West Junction City Ky Third BaseLyle Johnson Cincin nati 0 Roy Lustuttur Carroltou Ky Outfielders W P Millard Rich mond Ky D D Burk Tullahoma Tenn Leo Mills Bellbrook 0 Happy Manners Manners are the happy ways o f doing things each once a stroke of genius orof1ove now repeated and hardened Into usage Einerson r IJ p 15O Louisville and Return First of the Season VIA 0 Sc O CROUTE YELLOW KID SUNDAY APRil 18I Tickets Good Date of Sale Only DINING CAR SERVICE A LA CAltTE PROFESSI8BHL CARDS J M STEVENSON Attorney At LawI60 S Main St Winc ester Ky ENDLETON BUSH BUSH Attorneys At Law 60 S Main St Winchester Ky u iwartivw- Sf E GILBERT BOTT FOR jTDora PHONES OPERA HOUSE BLOCK a GARAGE Bring me your automobile for repair or storage I have an uptodate Garage with a nice Waiting Room for Ladies ChaSe Hagan Wenchesfer Ky orner of Broadway and Highland 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Incorporated extremely practically the ever come new we one 1The Philosopher of Folly I like a joke as well as any man says the Philosopher of Folly but when a man occupying a berth In a Pullman sleeper tells me that he Is bed riilifen 7 snee r 1= ir jr Their Similarity A rolling stone gathers no moss remarked the proverb dispenser And Hkn the human high roller rejoined the thoughtful thinker It also gravitates downhill o 4 I1 1I 1wJi 1 Sf THE WINCHESTER PEWS Jk ttoti 7orttnaT3e sp I pta1 tomorrow at L 1t- Oraers OW rt S taken fot Spectat r signs ana monograms 2 1 SOCIETY I r If youve u tender message or a loving word to say Dont wait till you forget it but whisper it today We live but in the present the future is unknown Tomorrow is a mystery today is all our own The tender words unspoken the letter never sent The long forgotten messages the wealth of love unspent For these some hearts are breaking for these some loved ones wait So shptf them that you cars for them before it is too late Exchange Sashes The sash reigns triumphant It has suddenly become an all imports ant factor in dress When the Parisian dressmakers first introduced the fashon of the Hash it was gener ally thought that its reign would be brief and most of our American dressmakers advised their clieuts againsHt pointing out that there was considerable art in wearing a sash gracefully Nevertheless the sash is still a significant note of fashion not only on visiting toi- lettes and evening gowns swathed around with soft folds of silk or li bb on hanging in long graceful ends at the side but the sash has also made its appearance on the tailoi made gowns Of course the sash is seen to most advantage on slim figures As a means of freshening up last seasons gown the sash is simply invaluable to the JiomerareSfimaker Veils Wide veils are now the most fash ionable Incidentally they are most comfortable and practical for they keepthewind and ais i protect the large coiffureThin voile is the most popular material Sowe ale shown with square woven dots and are the most fashionable for the season Others are plain and soave have small round dots They some in three ya rd length and will over any of the hewtbgivThey are worn full beneath the Ferndell Pure Foods I Candies chinThey are often caught beneath the ear or with a knot or loose ends of ribbon Black is the height of fashion mouse grey and brown are also favored It is also smart to have the veil match the gown School Entertainment Friday afternoon the pupils of the Misses Bowdens Preparatory School on South Maple street gave an enter tainment that was most creditable in every way and greatly enjoyed by many friends and patrons The ful lowing was the program SongDontUReeitationOrphnn Annie HaggardccComposition on Natural Bridge null Mammoth Cave James Men Recitation Katrinas Visit to New York Irene Bielm Recitation The Bad Little Boy Holly Stevenson DuetMary Lee Lunian and Jennie Berry Wills RecitationThe New George Wash inton Robert Can Days ofthe Weck =Meftie Bryan Beulah Drake Nancy Loveland Fannie Belle Nelson Gladys Mil lard Joy ic Munday Henrietta Bedford Piano SoloThc Merry Farmer Mettie Bryan What the Little Girl Said Mary Frances Ogden My Troubles Carrie Belle Watson Five Little BoysLevan Loveland Leon Fox Edward Carr Holly Stevenson Morrison Swift Program announced by Miss Polly Baldwin Usher Jessie Hampton Nora Lawill and Willie Piersall The cast for The College Co quette is practicing daily and will be ready to pr sent the perform ance the lastof the month The ladies of tha First Christian church realized 190 from their Eastei market The ladies of the Catholic church realized about sixty dollars from their bazaar PERSONALS Mr and Mrs T C Piersall spent Sunday with Mr J F Piersall of Pilot View Now is the Time I that a housekeeper is at a loss to know what to eat and canned goods seem to be about the only available thing therefore it is most essential Ifoodsisintobuying to have the best grades possible yearhatr J i j 11 r i A trial order from us is all that is necessary to convince you that we both quality and quantitpRWiRoUnsavll Go SOLE AGENTS Buylerrs T y i h Chase B Sanborns j Prices Lard and CoffeesI t y JRMessrsBishop and Robert Botkin spent Sunday in Mt Sterling Mrs Will Conn has returned from a four weeks visit to friends and relatives in Shelbyville Mrs George Powell is visiting relatives in Shelbyville Miss Kate Rash and Mrs J W Isbmael have returned from Lebanon where Miss Rash was a Maid at the McChordHurt wedding last WednesdayMiss Bush was the week end guest of Miss Ilia Quisenberry in the country Mr Bowmar Brewer of Lebanon was the guest of friends here Monday Miss Clay Croxton and Mrs Ben D Goff left Tuesday for Paris to attend the BucknerHinkl wed ding Miss Croxton will remain for the German Conrgatulations are being showered upon Mr and Mrs Ira W Cloakey of Tacson Ariz upon the arrival of a son to brighten their household Mrs Cloakey was for merly Miss Cleora Brooks of this cityMr R J Holmes of Salisbury N C seriously ill Mr Holmes has many friends here where he has frequently Visited Mr J N Huff of Bereassed through here Monday on his way to Checotah UKla Mr James H Martin left Mon day afternoon for Louivsille Mr Hanson Thomas left Monday for a few days in Louisville Mr E H Doyle of Lexington- was in town Monday Pres H K Taylor left Monday for Lexington Miss Bettie Hainline of Mt Sterling came Monday for a visit to Mrs J D Poynter and MrsjWalker Lancaster M r C H Bowen left Monday afternoon for Louisville to attend tbe State Optical Association Miss Made Pbaris of Richmond spent Monday with Miss Hannah Hodgkin and returned with her to school at Midway Mr Henry Bradley left Monday morning for Glencairne Mr Lindsey Johns was home for Millersburg with his parents Mr and Mrs John G Johns for the Easter holi aysIMr Thomas Henry Clay of Paris was in town Monday on business Mr Joe Lindsey wain Lexington Monday on business Mr Rodes Amspiger of Lexing ton was taken to the hospiital Tuesday to be operated upon for appendicitis Mrs Murray Wrenn and son Rob Art of Lexington are visiting Mr and Mrs Sil Dinelli OPERA HOUSE Lyman H Howe The magnitude of the havoc caus ed by the earthquake in Sicily can only be realized after seeing Lyman M Hows remarkable reproduction a the opera house OH Monday next Beautiful Messina with its stately ttrecf busy waterfront and pala tial bnJdings will be shown just as is was before the great curlhcuakc that transformed the city into a hopeless ruin Time pictures taU the audience through the devastated streets lined everywhere merely with fragments of buildings What relief work is being done and how it is done is also depicted The grim realities may be seen in time desperate efforts made to succor the wounded and the number of refugees mourn fuly seeking a way of escape from their once beautiful city The pie Lures are so true and real that they appeal to the sympathy of every spectator They are truly historic pictures because they reveal historic softfdsHiid also becauseltliey are the beet and most comprehensive ever secured so quickly of a momentous event CLARK CIRCUIT COURT r Jerry Taylor Plaintiff- vs Notice Burl Turner J A Hughes Shirley Haddeu W H Nolcini Hardman Royce and Winchester Bank Defendants The above parties to this action and T L Nunan and Eadden Tobin are notified that Ias Master Com missioner of the Clark Circuit Court will at my office in Winchester Ken tucky beginning on April 3rd 1909 hear evidence as to the indebtedness of the firm of Taylor and Turner as of April 3rd 1907 preferences of any assets of said firm at said time the relative rights of the parties to said assets with the purpose of set tling said partnership I will contin ue to hear evidence as to said questions till April 17tb1909L- EELAND HATHAWAY illtttC CC STATES ROAD WORK Connecticut Will Build Trunk Roads on a Uniform Plan Even a year ago tho proposition to bond the state of Connecticut for 5000000 or 6000000 In order to build good roads would have been regarded as visionary While the auto mobilists would have been glad of the roads which would result from such a course it is doubtful if even they would have looked upon such a plan as other than a little too ambitious to go through and the farmers wouldnt have considered It for a moment Now the situation has so changed that the farmers are actually asking the com mittee to report a good sized bond Is sue to be available for improved road ways at about a million a year writes a New Haven correspondent of the Boston Transcript Connecticut has done much toward acquiring good roads as a state and yet it Is the fact that the state has no system of good roads today worthy the name and while there are stretches of road in different sections which have been well built and built to last in a general way the expenditure of money does not show The basis of the new planwhich seems likely to receive the support of the general assembly consists in the states taking over absolutely all trunk roads The state will be entirely re sponsible for these roads and with an appropriation of a million a year It wont be long before Connecticut will have a state wide network of first class roads Certain concessions In the matter of choosing the road to be improv ed wilt be made to the local authori ties but it must be a trunk road The state will go Into the roadmak Ing business on a large scale will have its own trap rock quarries or take the entire output of private quarries will have its own stone crushers and all the other necessities for successful roadmaking will employ its own foremen and inspectors and will go at the whole business on a uniform plan Not the least of the benefits of the scheme will be the fact that the towns will have their own road appropria tions intact to spend on roads leading to the trunk lines improved by the state It is proposed to bring the high way commissioner into even closer touch with the automobilists by giv ing him an auto In which to travel from town to town overseelig the road building And incidentally all the taxes on autos coming to the state will be spent on good roads in addI- tion to the proceeds from the bond is sue Plan of Farmers to Build Roads A number of prominent farmers of Cbarlestown township In Clark county have originated a plan for the building of free gravel roads proposed in that township says a Jcffersonville Ind correspondent of the St Louis PostDispatch The bids submitted for the work were so high that the form ers decided to have the work done un der their own supervision thus being assured that Jt would be done satisfactorily and save to themselves the profit that ordinarily goes to the contractor Should this plan work out successfully as it is believed it will the residents of other townships In Clark county will adopt it As far as is known at Jeffer sonville this will be the first time such a plan was ever tried in Indiana Need of Better Country Roads At a meeting of the chamber of com merce Jamestown N Y Luis Jackson industrial commissioner of tho ErIe railroad recently spoke on the great physical improvements in every particutteams from farms to railroad stations Mr Jackson gave facts and figures along this line secured from data published by the department of agricul ture by which he showed that the av erage cost of team haul on twenty three different kinds of agricultural products was 11 cents per 100 pounds and the average cost per ton mile 23 cents These figures he thought emphasized the necessity for better roads r Rural Delivery Notes r Rural Mall Carrier B S Johns of Loraln 0 carrier on route No 1 west has received a powerful motorcycle for use on his route says the Columbus Dispatch It Is said that Johns is the first to use a motorcycle In the delivery of mail on country routes and If the experiment proves a success carriers all over Ohio may take up the Idea as it is much cheaper than to use a horse after the first cost Johns has some of the roughest roads in the Lorain sec lion to cover and his route extends some twentyfive miles In a test run he covered the territory and delivered his usual amount of mail matter in an hours less time than formerly He ex pectsto cut this down a half hour more when he becomes thoroughly fa miliar with his machine The rural mall service has developed Into a regular matrimonial bureau ac cording to a Washington dispatch to the St Paul Pioneer Press It is esti mated that more than 100 rural car rIers are married weekly and in OJ per cent of the cases the contracting parties are brought together on the rural routes Boise Ida now claims the distinction of employing more women rural car rIers than any other postpfflce three out of four routes from that city being served by women Miss Mollie Stewart who delivers route No 2 Is said to be the champion broncho rider of the northwest The postmaster at Boise is enthusiastic over the work of the women carriers who ho says ar very particilar and faithful and popu lar with the patrons r ji L OPERA MONDAY GO HL HOWETO andRussia EXTRAORDINARY SCENES OF SicilyBefore after th- eEarthquake A THRILLING RIDE ON A RUNA WAY TRAIN WRIGHTS WONDERFUL AEOR PLANE FLIGHTS GREAT MOSCQW FLOODS THE JUGGLING FLY 120 APRIL19i WIT- HLYMAJV Egypt OTHER BIG- FEATURES Each a Living Reality Diagram of Reserved Seat at Cook Nurnnelleys PRANK ROY THE PAINTER Now At 318 N Main Nothing else used but National lead andoilthe very best All work guaranteed lowest estimates East Tenn 26 CALL ON- NELSONJheTransierMar by day or night if you want your baggage transferred OFFICE Home Phone 94- Night Phone 339 Capital 100000 Undivided Profits 160000 THE Winchester Bank OB WINCHESTER KY N H WITHERSPOON PRESIDENT W R SPHAR CASHIER SOLICITS YOUR- ACCOUNTS r i Its Your Businesst- o have the best modern Plumbing instaled in your premisesIts Business- to do just this very kind of Plumbing andwe do Its Your Business to employ whom you please to do your Plumbing Its Our Business to ask for your order and trade and we do Phone 162 GRANT WITT 8 co 30 North Main Her Kick dont mind finding a gray hair or two in my own hair sighed the bach elor girl who shows some few signs of the sere and yellow leaf but when I pay 3 for a nice bunch of lovely brown curls and have to pick th tout youtwai s r d I r 1 rIClark County INCORPORATED Construction Think of the mud and hill climbing tax paid each year RcaR- ot mri as- mroh a- pssr On plic2tionMethods we solicit the construc tion and repairing of all kinds and conditions of roads public or private streets or alleys Crushed and Building Stone Always on Sale We purchase Dynamite Powder Cement and Sand in car lots and will be pleased to sell same in any quanitydesired The putting in of all classes of Concrete specialty and satisfaction L guaranteedJ r 1 ElectricsWe Furnish Electric Current Day and Night for all Domestic Purposes- We Furnish Current for Motors to Do Your Washing Run Your Sewing Machine Run Curling Iron Curl Your Hair Run Smoothing Iron Do Your Ironing Run Soldering Iron Do Your Soldering We Furnish Current for All Purposes We Sell All Tungsten Lamps for Less Moiney Than Anyother Plant in KentucKy Winchester Railway Light Ice Co INCORPORATXDf ISour a an ESTABLISHED 1605 BEING THE OLDEST BANK IN THE CITY Accounts of Merchants Farmers and Traders Solicited Collections Made on All Points CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 35000000 you to J D Pres I F V Pres Mere When a man tells s girl that beauty doesnt appeal to him hes trying in his kid to her because she isnt SUBSCRIBE FOUR THE NEWS N the Far as situ a To To To IT way WE WANT HORSEt- o show the benefits of the good feed that you buy from us and accordingly sell you nothing but tho best that will give your animal high sprats yomfhorseyou will keep it in good good condition for work or pleasure THE PURINA CHICKEN FEED IS SELLING FAST Ji R MARTIN COAL AND SUPPLY COMPANY Citizens National Bank Paid up Capital 100000 Surplus 142000 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS Will give courteous treatment r ndattend promptly and carefullyto all business entrusted us Simpson Phillips Beauty mere clumsy comfort pretty YOUR A IJWINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institutj the county is the Wineneste Mills Why not nse home best male Kerr pcrfe Waite Pearl floor has is i THEWIN RESTERNEWSv a i HAMMONDS It ANDY ATLAS OF THE WORLD 1 r FREE t J WITH THE h FARMERt9HAMMdNBS HANDY ATLAS OF THE WORLD c Is completebook publishedJfc maps with data up to the minute Historical Sketches of our Presidents from t George Washington to William H Taft Articles and illustrations bn the Panama Canal etc etc You Need ItSo Do Your Sons and Daughters Friends and Neighbors TeH Them About It Send Subscription THE HEWYORK- TRIBUNE FARMER at our regular price of 100 per year and we will send you HAMMONDS HAN- DYATLItS OF THE WORLD FREE postage prepaid IITHE helpful NEWYORK most FARMER TRIBUNEI agricultural paper 1EveryIt contains the MOST RE LIABLE MARKET REPORTS Special pages are de voted to each branch of industryOur DE partment is unexcelled It is edited by Dr C D Smead the best tuo va veterinary surgeon in AmericaCost is 10 Do Not Delay Otir Supply Is Limited I RltTi8 FARMER 1 I I Jf4 Nassau Sfrreet New York City d dO 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 canj ofhold the baby and open the carriage The prices are the lowest j The Wino Furniture Co We Give S H Green Trading Stamps 0 J TO FIXING A CARRIAGE requires a whole lot of knowhow That is why you should send your carriage here to be repaired We employ none but skilled workmen who TIRES and do the finest CARRIAGE PAINTING See us for the licit cut ting HARROW on the market T STROTHER SCOTT r I Merchant Tailorl I IIJ upYe IIHavingKeyesclothing s my stock over All work guaranteed fit or no sale JOHN ADAMS Si Merchant Tailor Peoples State Bank CAPITAL SI OOOOO This bank began business less than three years ago j depresibnsteady growth fro the start in the number ofourdepositors and in the volume ofour business We enroll new names every week Wo want yours You are cordially inted to open an account with us Per onal attenion to all business J M HCDGKIH Cashier J UBHQWJi President L B COCKRELL Vice President i rnnnn nnnn r nnininnrv wvw nnniww- r EAT PROCTORS ICE CREAM rThe Cream That s All Any quantity delivered CreamIlrof the city at any time Phone your order S r or Vanilla I ltti Phones 59 Brick amA Specialty nrvv wvv vw w v Jr I JifritfSnft Dammts Will Decide Which Challenge He Will Accept Thursday New York April 13After meeting the threo heavyweights and neair heavyweights who are anxious to fight him Jack Johnson tne colored Heavyweight champion announced thta he would not decide as to whose challenge he would accept until Thursday The reason for this postponement was that he wanted to see how Al Kaufman came out in his bout with Tony Ross Willus Britt representing Stanley Ketchel Joe Woodman for Sam representingright to fight Johnson Johnson sug gested that the three challengers should fight each other to determine which should meet him for the championship Britt objected to this and suggested that Johnson should accept the challenge of the man for whom the largest purse was put up Find Conditions Deplorable Columbus 0 April 13As a result of the visit of Governor and Mrs Har mon to the Girls Industrial home at Delaware it is said the governor will inform the emergency hoard of the conditions there and suggest that funds be appropriated at bncei to re lieve the 5it atIohIlls Harmon was deeply touched at the manner in which girls of all ages were huddled together in the small apartments and has suggested that the women of Ohio send contributions of books and magazines to the library of the institution which she claims contains only one Bible OHIO SENATORS ARE UNABLE TO AGREE Take Appointment Troubles to President Taft Washington April 13 Senators Dick and Burton of Ohio had n three hours conference with the president at the White House during which they discussed with the president the filling of three important offices in their state namely the surveyor of customs at Dayton postmaster at Sandusky and collector of internal revenue at Columbus The office of surveyor Is the one which seems to be giving the senators the greatest difficulty and it is said that unless they are soon able to unite on a man the president will take matters in to his own hands and name some one who has as yet not been mentioned for the place Oscar Robbins whose term as surveyor at Dayton has expired and who Is a candidate for reappoIntment was called into the conference and pre sented his side of the case Robert Nevin of Dayton chairman of the Republican county executive committee there was also consulted by the pres ident WIPE MAY TESTIFY Prosecutor Preparing For Trial of Captain Mains Next Monday New York April 13Mrs Claudia Hains wife of Captain Peter Hains Jr who is to be placed on trial Monday next at Flushing L I charged with the murder of William E Annis may appear as a witness against her husband District Attorney DeWitt of Queens county said that lie had had a very satisfactory talk with Mrs Hains in Boston It is believed the question as to whether she will testify depends upon the advice of her counsel Patient Defies Physicians Bellefontaine 0 April 13Leap ing from me operating table where he was being placed under the influ ence of an anesthetic preparatory to a surgical operation Earl Hilbolt a Big Four road fireman overpowered three surgeons and rushing down stairs at his home procured a revol ver and kept the surgeons at bay for nearly an hour Woman Fatally Stabbed Owingsville Ky April 13 In a cutting affray Mrs Mary Cline arid Richard Mayes were fatally stabbed and Miss Susan Cline Jack Cline and John Mayes were seriously injured The trouble arose over an argument as to the ownership of a gallon jug of liquor Bomb Explodes In Street Barcelona April 13Another bomb was exploded In one of the streets but no one was injured In All four bombs have been exploded in this city during the last few days THE MEAT Of IT Bernard Carlin 22 Brooklyn matri cide was electrocuted at Ossinning N Y prison Hines Strobridge Cincinnatis pio veer lithographer is dead President Taft has instructed Direr tor North of the census bureau to dis regard party lines in securing suit able men for supervisors Japan is negotiating with a firm of American shipbuilders for three submarine boats of a late model Tho sealing steamer De Capo has not been heard from for several weeks and is supposed to have foundered off the Nova ScoUa coast An Invitation to start Lire Xew York to Seattle automobile ri c6Jttii 1 has been acceyted byPresidintaaft- I o 1 ftf r t v IRS CAsTRO Ut tR BAN Wit Venezuelan Disturber Not Permitted to Land WaahingtonApril 13Mrs Castro wife of the former president of Vene Vuela also is being kept out of that countr D spatches from the American diplomatic representatives in- Venezuela announce that Mrs Castro with her party on the steamship Guadeloupe from which the former president debarked at Fort de France arrived at Lagualra They were not permitted to land or communicate with tile shore As an added precaution the Guadeloupe wcU not docked but proceeded onward for tt next stop a Colombian port Jt is appar ent the effort is to keep Mrs Castro from any direct o communication with her husbands former political friends in Venezuela Did Not Attempt to Land PblhteaPitre Guadeloupe April 13The French Hue steamer Ver sailles with Former President Castro on board called here on her way from Fort de France to France Castro did not attempt to come ashbra PACKERS TO ESCAPE Wlckershams Warning to Serve In Lieu of Indictments Chicago April 13The federal grand jury which has been in session hero for four months chiefly engaged in investigating charges of rebating made against packing companies probably will adjourn when it reconvenes April 21 As Attorney General Wiclcersham has chosen to warn the packers against pursuing their method of collecting damages on shipments alleged to be tantamount to accepting re bates instead of going into court where the government would be any thing but sure of success no indict ments will be returned against the stockyards concerns Depositors Sue Bank Directors Napoleon 0 April 13Charges of mismanagement negligence and mal feasance are made in a civil action for an accounting of transactions in volving 290000 begun in common pleas court here against the directors and other officials of the defunct Citi zens State bank by the depositors of that bank DJUJNKEN FARMERS DEW Kills Wife Wounds Daughter Fires House and Commits Suicide Maryaville Kan April 13 John Wilson a farmer of Marysville shot and killed his wife wounded his 12 yearold stepdaughter set fire to the house and then committed suicide shooting himself in the head Wilson had been drinking and after his wife and daughter retired insisted that they get up and drink with him When the wife refused a quarrel ensued Fennell Located In Hospital Toledo 0 April 13D D Fennell former educational director of the To ledo Y M C A who was reported missing and for whom the police started a search is ill in a hospital in Louisville Ky according to a let ter received Fennell was last heard of in Columbus 0 and for two weeks his whereabouts was unknown Accused of Killing Mother Erie Pa April 13Delmar J Young was arrested on a warrant sworn out by County Detective F J r Watson charging him with the murder of his mother Mrs VinuleM Young whose body was found in her cellar last Wednesday horribly muti lated and hidden beneath a pile of old carpet Riot on Streetcar Lima 0 April 13 Three stran gers iiilrted a fignt In a streetcar and refused to pay fare In the en suing panic two passengers S A Shoed and D G Shaw wellknown business men were injured THE MARKETS Chicago Cattle Steers 5 OO7 1- 5cost 00 ft5 75 heifers 3 256 00 bulls 3 755 25 stockers and feeders 3 305 40 Calves3 507 50 Sheep and Lambs Sheep 5 507 00 lambs 7 OOS 25 yearlings 5 507 50 nags Choice heavy shipping 7 40fil7 55 butchers 57 457 52Y light mixer 7157 35 choice light 357 45 packing 1 257 45 pigs 5 30C 65 Wheat No 2 red 371 38th Corn No 2 SlCCic Oats No 2 53V6c Plttsburg Pa Cattle Choice 40 6 55 prime 56 20ig 6 40 tidy butchers 5 606 00 heifers 3 505 75 cows bulls and stags 3 005 50 fresh cows 25 00 550 00 CalvesVeal 6 00S 25 Sheep and LnmbsPrime wethers 5 20 5 50 good mixed 55 OO5 25 lamb 507 50 spring lambs 0011 50 HogsPrime heavy hosjs 7 507 65 mediums 57 60 heavy Yorkers 57 50 7 60 light Yorkers 57 007 25 pigs 56 006 80 East Buffalo Catties Export cat tle 56 00j6 50 shipping steers 55 85 6 00 butcher cattle 55 596 25 heifers 53 505 75 cons 53 5005 00 bulls 5350 4 75 mllkurs and springers 530 00 60 00 Sheep and Lambs Mixed sheep 56 006 25 wethers 56 506 65 ewes 53 756 25 lambs 57 C08 50 yearlings 57 007 25 Hogs Heavies 7 75 me diums 57 707 75 Yorkers 57 407 70 pigs 57 00 roughs 56 t5jG 75 stage 55 506 Cleveland OCattle Prime dryfed rattle 56 25 fat steers 55 756 00 heifers J i35 25 cows 52 253 50 bulls 5J 0004 25 milkers and springers 525 0055 00 Calvel 53 00 down Sheep and Lambs Mixed sheep 54 505 00 wethers 55 OO5 50 ewes 54 50S5 00 lambs 54 006 S3 Hogs Mixed 57 55 7 heavies 57 60 mediums 57 65 Yorkers 57 OOj 55 pigs 56 756 93 roughs 56 75 stags 55 50fl5 75 Cincinnati AVheat No 2 red 42 CornNo 2 mixed 69X70c Oats No 2 mixed lin 954c RyerNo A S2Q 88e Vnd1il 05510 15 Bulk Meats 9 B7fc Bacon SlO 50 HogsSG 7 50 Cattle2 2746 25 SheepS2 25r1 75 Lainbs5 255Toledo O Wh tit 51 40 cork 69c eta ECc e8o cioyerseed 60 ti ti a iff IDAINlYSTYLES IN WOMANS OXFORDS Shoes that are necessary to put the finishing j touch on your Spring Costume Shiny leather if you please in pumps and OxfordsTANS Russia Calf Suede or Golden Brown KidFor example this pretty eclipse toe in Patent Russia Calf and Tan Suedesits setting this town cra- zyMENS LOW SHOES- We can give you comfortable and Stylish a I The price stays down the goes while most shoes are go down in and up in frico thats the great and other shoes Made to the of shoes that sell for 2 and 3 more but do not give you a cents worth of bet ter and style Union made welt in all are the latest New Weve got em fit you and in upto date style Sold from maker to wearer by And fifteen bnndred other exclusive mate throughout the United State and arope 1909 Clark 3rd 4 Scots July 27th 4 days Blue Grass 9th 6 18 days I t 7th 5 days State Fair 13h 6 days July 21 3 days 10 4 days 12 3 days Knox 18 3 days Kyt 19 3 days 244 days Laurel 244 days Bbdhe 25 4 days of fairs will dates we will cjvrry them ice of j J J tr 1J SHOES that please YOU Not hard to make selection here because we can give you the Style the Price and the Leather you desire Tans Russia Calf Gun Metal and Patent Leathers in Every Shape ASK US ABOUT THE FREAK McCord Smith t Phillips quality upIPi included quality things difference betweenBeacon Shoes today standard material workmanship Goodyear handsewed process uppers leathers shapes Yorkstyles allcan comfortably MASSIE The Shoe Man KLN1UCKY FAIRS County August Days county Lexington August dayst 5cJ- Rockcastle county August fflHIll Bourbon county September Louisville September Lincoln county Spencer county August Mercer county August county August Ewing August Shelby county August county August county August Ifsecretaries kindly furnish charge will IIts a Comfort to Work I 4KE 22j nfl specialties easilyinto planingThat satisfactory quickness building repairing improving millwork that will cut in both and cost RP SCOBEE SON sZ COINCORPORATED You Cannot Answer These Questions lWhy do you continue bathing your and elbows one at time you can out in full bath tem pered 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 faucet 3Why take chances on drinking germfilled cistern wat er when you can get it from large reservoir filtered through the best filter plant South of the Ohio River with ourmill Every post arch cap or as well as a one And spells economy So i f you plan any or come here for half the time the 1 knees a when stretch a 7 o a a IIlookingblooming flowers and can at th fsame time get rid of the dust iir the street 5Why suffer other incon veniences when you can have everything for the comfort ani healthof your family right ia the houses 6Is it not true that tho answer is not lack of honey 1mt lackof economy and enterprise and indifference to getting the mostout of life I C ATTERSALL Superintendent Winchester Water Works CoINCORPORATED At cor Maple Street and Lexington Evenue will tell you all about it Youll be surprised at how inexpensive these privileges are ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS f n t 4iTNFiN wurc rfrR MEW uft jJfWi Green Stamp 14 TEN 10 STAMPS FREE t It is important that you see and examine the beautiful Premiums Hvo exchange for S II Green Trading Stamps Next Wednesday will be set aside for the special benefit of those who wish to look around Each one calling at our Display Stores on that day will re Oeive Ton 10 stuns MiEE as a compliment Take alvnntag of this merchants in all linos of business We will give you stamps for your labels tobacco tags and other premium tokens j 5Q Tf = e eOmVa DIRECTORY Kentucky According to the last census Ken lucky has a population 0f 23J hIt The area is 4040U square OOofwhiehis water lis streams within the State as a rule head in the SoutiitiasE and flow ina Northwesterly direction this fact retarded tune construction of railroads and the devel opment of our resources fo nsauy ycjufj j The early railroads were built fro the East andwent over the Mountains In those days there wa only a limited demand for coal an lumber Now that the demand has in creased ItwouJd seem tha kind providence has held it reserve our almost inexhaustible util ices until a time when they are most Vngeded by the country Our supply f timber is limited but there ia nbugh to last for many years to have a coal area of over fifteen thousand square miles Other min many localities There are no more bad people in Kentucky than in other States in pro portion to population Good people arKr biev grass Crops of timothy an rJOjggr onn bfi riisod with nrfltom tvlieat rye and oats are tho grain q op5 JLdbacco is raised ill juiyi llnaJ1bhes i v Clark County Land acres 158170 Value of real and personal prop erals await development Tax rte for ell county purposes 130 cents on the hundred dollars j The foothills of the mounfrjis are on the Easters border of the county Soutoh e af tvenb five miles Ford on the rlvcfSonthof Winchester has ex terislye lumber mills profitSThe lation at 1GGS1 j Circuit Court First Monday in April second MondayL in Judge B le Crutcher Attorney- t l r f 0 der tlM lit Red 1 Letter7 Day Wednesday April rlilingStnmps OhiIliycr payingr productUncultivated 12094B70 acrlgfOLexingtonJAJI The Sperry Hutchinson Com pany CapitalLocal Branch C B Rosss Store UpperStreet Courtjmonth Quarterly Court Third Tuesday in each month County Officers J H Evans Judge AttorneyHoward Leo rEvans Deputy John Bedford Deputy J A Boone County Clerk Sam Powell Deputy Clerk W T Pox Circuit Clerk Roger Quiseribcrry Assessor Superintendme Treasurero 1Justices of the Peace RichardsdScott Renick district Eli Dooley tSixth district F F Goodpaster Fifth district Robert True Fourth district J E Ramsey Seventh district Eon E Wills tflhiCiiesterdCounty seat area a circle one and a half miles in diameter Population census 1900 5934 TUP city has overIaped the corporate limits and ow has a population of near ten thou and It islocated on the dividing ridge between the Kentucky and Lick ng Rivers has water works elec trie street cars and lights Unlimited natural gas Splendid Graded Schools and numerous churches Collegelacnted if partment is one of the best in tin StateThe assessed valuation of all prop erty including franchises 4692499 Cure tax rate on the hundred dollar s sixty cents for city and fifty cents for schools The C 0 L Nand L E railroads center at Winchester the shippipgfacilities cation for factories 77sw concern are given five years exemption fron taxation The Commercial Club will take pleasto2 in civimr information Gitv Officers MayorS AttorneyF Riland D Ramsey Collector J S Reese Assessor J Bririopnr Coroner- N H Witherspoon Treasurer Polic- tChiefMal Tarpy IDeputiesCarral AzbuL Albert rfBoard of Council First ward Shirley Madden W P Uackctt v jSecond wardrA R Martini TJL 7 Todd BooneFourth SilIBoard of Education G1V SIotIICPre51dent C H Rees Secretary H W Scrivener Treasurer BCorneitWN K Foster DepartmentA COUNT COURT DAYS Below is a list of the days County Courts are held each mouth hi cooties n tributary to Winchester Anderson Lawrenceburg 3rd Mon lay 4 till MondayBourbon Boyle Danville 3rd Monday MondayCLARK isiiyMfEstill MondayFleming day Franklin Frankfort 1st Monday MondayGrantn nay MondayJessamine day MondayLincoln MondayMason MondayMontgomery Monday MondayOwen MondayPowell MondayShelby 53sTo the Grave ana Beyond Kim Yunwka a Chinaman was recently made the subject of a strange jail sentence After being condemned for life by a Chinese court he escaped byanotherpunishment was given him Times Changes In Venezuela Venezuela received its musical game from the early Spanish resi dents who saw a resemblance to Venice in the sites of the inland cities Tho llanos or bleak plains on which liethehave largely changed their character since Humboldt saw them 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 logos are now rapidly becoming potential source of timber t Jai RtMEIRER JFfIRSOK Democratic Leaders Attend Birthday Anntvt ri y 3anquet New York April i3SIost ot the Democratic leaders of sew York city and state with distinguished guests of the same political faith frpjn other sections of the country will assemble tonight to do honor tb the memory W Thomas Jefferson Today is the one hundred and sixtysixth anniversary of the birth of the author of the Dec laration f Independence The anni versary is celebrated eachyear Uy the Democratic club ot this city with a banquet at which addresses expound ing Democratic doctrine are delivered Tonights speakers in the Hotel Sa voy will be Governor Harmon who will talk on The Rights of States Governor Marshall of Indiana whose topic will be Remove Not theAncient Landmarks and State Senator Thomas F Grady on Thomas Jeffersbn It was announced some time ago that Champ Clarkleader of the Democrats in the house of representatives would speak on The Issues of the Day but Mr Clark later declared that he would be unable to attend the banquet Richard Croker former leader of Tammany Hull who is to sail soon for Ireland will act as chairman of the reception committee More than 450 diners will sit down at the ban quet Hotel Burns Guest Dead Bowie Tex April 13Flre destroy ed the Dudley hotel James Thompson a horse trader of Wichita Falls Tex was burned to death Charles R Rowe was seriously burned Loss about 2500- 0RAILWAY EARNINGS SHOW HEAVY SLUMP Interstate Commissions Reports Low Millions Chicago April 13An advance ab stract of statistics of American rail ways for the year ending June 30 1908 as compiled by the bureau of railway news and statistics was made public by Slason Thompson manager of the bureau The repwt says Instead of a decrease of only 164 564941 in gross earnings as the result of the temporary financial depression of 190708 as set forth in the prelim inary income report of the interstate commerce commission for the year ending June 30 1908 the panic of 330StlThe loss in pet earnings is shown to have been 129540460 instead of 1111051006 as given in the commis signs sttaement The 2 cent passen ger fare legislation caused a loss of 25000000 in gross earnings although more passengers were carried This is accounted for by a reduction in av erage receipts per passenger per mile on 94 per cent of the mileage from 2014 cents in 1907 to 1932 in 1908 The heavy loss in net earnings is partly accounted for by the expend iture of approximately 32000000 necessitated by arbitrary innovations in accounting methods and requirements In regard to the hours and conditions of labor of certain classes of em ployes KAUFMAN VS ROSS WellKnown Heavyweights Will Box In New York Tonight New York April 13 The sports will have an opportunity tonight of seeing in action two good heavyweight scrappers They are Al Kaufman of PittYrounds before one of the local sporting clubs Kaufman has championship ideas and is credited with a desire to fight Jack Johnson in spite of Jeffries statement that Kaufman couldnt recentaymacone year ConferenceWashington Gompers of the American Federation of Labor has arranged for an impor Whiteymatters affecting the interests of or ganized labor will be discussed between President Taft and the mem bers of the executive council of the American Federation of Labor BanquetTJticachamber of commerce held the most successful annual banquet in tho history of the organization when the honored guests and speakers were Vice President Sherman United States Senator Carter of Montana Congressman Francis W Cushman of Washington and Francis Sessions Hutchens of New YorkpWeston Loses His Way Delta 0 April 13 Edward Payson Weston the pedestrian reached Delta three l hours late Between Toledo and this place the walker lost his way and had 12 miles extra to walk After two hours rest he resumed walking heading toward Bryan ThanShoots Wife Kills Self Reno Nev April 13 L MeFad den a hotel keeper broke into his apartments and In the presence of their two children shot his wife sev coral times and then committed sui 1cover0 1 1M tf I1 tS rr Tune ForI Printing high time that business men of this vicinity finding that Only Modern Printers with Down Date Qjitfit the fly Winchester time they were awaking fact they would teach and catch of vublic they must printing with which do offer these vantagesThe Machinery New and Down the I Minute Type the Largest Stock and the MostSkilled Workmen Money can obtain COULD YOU ASK FOR MOREl ate vain enough believe that we have a line of samples that will eclipse anything of its kind this section of Kentucky andnothing gives us pleasure than exhibit outproduction the users of printers ink would like to call and show y ilthiit we MAiJ deliver tWirgods t 1 I u 5he i WINCHESTER NEWS COMPANY 1 INCORPORATED v Printers of Anything ms Main New Ph c Ruin lam sifout to commit suicide writes a friend Cant see any other way out of it You see I was married about a year ago and 20 unmarried friends sent nice wedding presents Well they are all going to get married this month Marks End of Honeymoon The is mostly over when the couple quit buying their meals in hotels and the bride tries to provide them at homeNew York Press Little Whalebone Now Taken The amount of whalebone an nually does not now much exceed 25 000 pounds The largest part of this taken by the whales sailing out of orts on the Pacific coast A few years ago the amount taken was as much as 500000 pounds annually SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS By the of God Alone No iron chain or outward force of any kind could ever compel the soul of man to believe or to disbelieve it is his own indefeasible light that judgment of his he will reign wind believe there by the grace of God alone Thomas Carlyle A NEWS WANT ADVE 1SEMERT T 3 i IT is the of were out we are the to in of It is to this If the ear the eye the come to us for to it We ads to I We to in mote to to We T St honeymoon taken Grace the Nev Firm thlVIaintliqtwehaveCoal tJtPlasterand Hay We are Agents for the EAGLE FERTILIZER and we would also be sizeWeSaturday and Court Day patrons purineandand Small Profits Powell en DawsonHome Phone 738e17 North Main Street Winchester Ky The Good That Never Dies Dickens There is nothing Innocent or good that dies and is forgotten Let us hold to that faith or none An in againinloved itz and will piay Its part througH them In the redeeming actions of the vorld through its body be burnt to lies or drowned in the lepus sf swab SUBSCRIBE FOR THE HEWS rf J y 1 SugarIt cent moro nourishment In sugar than any other food that can be purchased for the same gone except wheat flour and corn Distinctions Impeaible- That which is tot for the tot of the whole swarm Is not for iciest of a single bee Aurelius v T Fl i iIl 0 l t7 4 t r 0 0 iii t IT1WIICHETENEW i At ej here Difleren eh- eA1ILTdN L t fl i STANDARD DISK HARROWis fj s f r g t entirely different from allothers L f t t 11ILit 7 j t L 1 Z tr It1s the only Harrow made that has stay xdik ic3 Hetfc t irdoes away with neck weight and the erfeiiig of your team J THERES A REASON WHY YOU SHOULD 0UY THIS HARROW JDUSTPROQF BOXINGS fv iSOtID STEEL MAIN FRAME A4 tn JSIMPLE INCONSTRUCTION r i l LIGHT DRAFT AND MORE DURABLE x EVERY DISC GUARANTEED jv Snt Harrow LikeiThis Worth Looking After SEE THEM AT Grubbs Bcnton 1ROYAL NEIGHBORS Yrs It B Spurgeou of Harrods burg Ky DDS 0 of the Royal Neighbors of America is here in the irttercstof that society Mrs Spur g 1 addressed the Modern Wdod m nat fraternity hall last night showing fotii the R N A auxitiary 16 that order and that it is the largest aid greatest social and beneficial ladies society iatheworld She an ticipates little trouble in organizingg l a branch of the society in Winchester l COMHITSSUICIDETQI 0 TRIAL c Special to Tge News- BiNOaAMTON F N Y April 13 kc eve trial on the charge of em bezzluiJqbunty imsJirtbur Brooks iormec1erk of the Broome County Bbr3f Supervision1 committed sui JiQyikfioling FjUND GUILTY AND filYEN LIFE SENTENCE Pj Lorsby Killed Postoffice Inspec tor Fitzgerald Special to The News JAQKSON Miss ApIilt3P J Lvorsby wa sfbund guilty of the mur dcio postoffice inspector Fitzgerald- audgiven life sentence today Bifi FIRM FAILS NE WY IiK April 13 Anjuiyol iintaty petition in bankruptcy was tiled against the brokerage lirm of Eiinis and Stoppani The l liabilities arft alleged to be million and iaij as sef four huttdred thousand Collars ANOtHER INDICTMENT- AGAINST KIDNAPERS 4 James Boyfe ani Mrs Boyle Are fCltarjd With Child Stea- Sp4ei4l to Th Nwi CLEVWADOliJiiiJ J3AI abtiOfll indic6B4htr cliarging cljild klinx MI rRst w s Boe Uld US lby the grand tJii nting The charge grows ont of tJt siM willie Wliitla hDIySOne objection a 1 pe Jic tyete ettjng g5to itI Sat e so poorly Muipd ltthjp5kt- Puct f I t Rust Everyv4wr- Is limited tot ix i otioo ain but Ii en u r4 r CALLS mm OF EXECUTIVE COMinEE Burley Tobacco Men To Meet Tues day Afternoon Business Not Given Out A call meeting of the Executive Committee of the Burley Tobacco Society will be held in their offices this afternoon Some of the membes ar rived Tuesday morning but there will not be a quorum until a number ar rive in the af temoon The object of the call was not inout and just how Jong they will be railsession could not be ascertained KENTUCKY CAPITOL Taken as Model By Montana Whose Governor Formerly Lived There ApliI13Forthehis native State as a model for a Capitolof his adopted State Governor E L Norris of Montana formerly a resident of Cumberland conn ty an dhis staff will inspect the Cap itol here Saturday The news of the trip became known by a suite of rooms being ordered for the party MANY STALLIONS ARE PUTON EXHIBIT Five Hundred People Gather to Wit ness Annual Show LEXINGTON Ky April 13The horse kjIigwas in Lexington yester day and nearly five hundred people gathered at the grounds of the Ken tucky Trotting Horse Breeders1 As sociationduring the afternoon to pay homage to the many stallions which were exliibitedat the annual stallion show of the Kentucky Stock Farm Tprgaiiiiation ManyohC taost fa mous harness and saddle horses ill the world were on exhibition during Ithl5 afterriobn and the beauties of many stabjes yf sr the recipients o- fwordsfbig1iprie SUBSCRIBE fOB THE NEWS The Dlff ult JapsuWM Alphabet I JPUHlln J UyJanPN eTeijbr tbe nUve4i4fta fubject of the nUitido It itla Y dlfieuit of a4 4driHaont by the Wsitsrnr It tskm yajMiie chHd Mfea rear Hv Ir1d trit siUs1 IrtIef bbs rpp albISJ Di l z jrit f X iid G A R TO DAY MAY 9 All Members of Organization Called Upon to Wear White Carnations On That Occasion fen Henry Mv Nevius Comman il1hisArmy men paid the following tri bute to American mothers and has asked his comrades to honor them and themselves by wearing a white carnation on Mothers Day and by otherwise observing the spirit of the day Through the instrumentality of Miss Anna Jarvis of Philadelphia Pa lasfeyear the sec njSw1da in May was observed or Set apart as Mothers Day and services were held in many churches and between 5 000000and 6000000 persons throughout the United States cele brated the festival On the second Sunday in May this year the day will be observed univer sally throughout the land and will be a universal fete day for filialwor ship The white carnation has been selcadtobe worn in memory of MptJipr fqoIJItfi1cs there is no class of men vi whose mothers were as patriotic loyal and heroic as your motKer svfr6m 61 to 65 No moth ers ever made such sacrifices as your mothers did and the Commanderih Chief requests on the second Sun day in May to wear in the lapel of your coat a white carnation or other white flower to honor the memory fb your own mother if deceased and in reverence to her if living TRY A NEWS WANT ADVERTISEMENT DUCAtlQNAL CAMPAIGN- V Some mouths ago Sfcfte SiiperinV tendeut Crabbe instituted an educa tional Campaign which did much to arouse ourPt1oPJe to their needsf jni this hue AnbiBfr campaign wjU be 9tartesd the lattef part pf June wlufsh will bje more epmpreliensive One s appoiutidjnetq kt4ug o1ofwhie will ot iwek fcQ 4Vnties Mt iig s iwil be hI4 in the country at whi V the peoplt will br aike 1 to brittf their cLutner and sp cil tin toy tlkua oert1ttt fr- ie I olI i 5 f xSS fi IUltYo Ir RJtLUTIIiN FRtW6fl Yiung Twrk and Ub ifil Parties Causes Trouble In Constantinople Special M The News ii CONSTANTIKOPLE April 13tSince yearly thisanornin tkiciW oiibattnlilJf1eparliament Buildings demanding the dismissal of the Qrand Vizier Pres ident oj the Chamber and the Minis of War Pac has sized the people and all shops af closed Xhe mutiny is the culmination of the feud between the- young Turks party and the Liberals The latter is resenting the iormer s attempiriiiJo control public nffairs Jt is reported the War Minister hast fled DUOtEY lAPTERTO BE mm 1DMY Will at BuildingOne Day The RtJIvDudley Chapter 0 E will be instituted at one oclock Wednesday afternoon in the fraternity building The order was 10 be in stituted one evening last weel but owing to the illness of relatives of Mrs 3 E Grtibbs at Carlisle who lias been one of the leaders in the organization time matter was post poned imfrl Wednesday MONEY BACK OFFER Miona Quickly Cures Belching Sour Stomach Foul Breath Stomach Distress or Mon ey Back Storj your indigestion right away you can do it if you will Go to Phillips Prug Store today and get a box of Mona tablets Take one before vitlor after meals for a few days and note the wonderful resultjIn a week yb can cat aiid enjoy any f4doii want without afte- mdisturbancen two weeks you will feel like a new Jpeing Careful women who want to have and keep a gotd complexion rosy cheeks and bright eyes should trj Mioiia acting as it does on the stomach it is the great preventive oi Impure blood If you Jiave a sallow complexion pimples blotches or dull eyes your digestion is all wrong and you should take Iionatablets immediately and put your stomach right Miona instantly s tbps belching ol gas sour stomach heartburn and foul breath Miona is guaranteed by Phillips Drug Company tocure dyspepsia senor car sickness vomiting of pregnany or money backSDont Ilf sittcHo try Miona It is for sale by leading druggists every where MOONSHINE STILL LOCATED Government Officers Capture Two Prisoners Raid Iii Clay County LONDON Kyi April ISrA raid by Deputy United States Marshal George C Thompson Deputy Collector F P Elliott and Frank Mul lins at the head of Goose Creek in Clay county resulted in the destruc thin of 400 gallons of still house beet and the capture ofn large stilland two straight Copper worms The still had been removed from where they found the beer but it was located in rt house close by where they also found George Check and Sam Owens who were brought to London and lodged in jail pend ing an investigation before United States Commissioner George C Moore U JUGULAR VEIN EXPOSED Martin Welshs Throat Cut During v Row at Alttmount Laurel- County I Qpb Kpril i3hia roy atlAltonoht thThCounty yesterday Emory Slayde Cit Martin Welsbs throat exposing But not severing the jugular vein Welsh is in a critical condition iuvwrtj4 ThiiWS tP rysaf Wk a wbtewfci first arrii ibV Mrs hrbugbn4As brave aa4gn erwji tSat JM will vet hurt WHB day irucnJBK into a d su Plac to 4 a aot butJib U not lonK tu latoiit tit oc hil MOC helap4ic fi tAt tQf t f i AIORSMHEE BIDS FOR FAVORS upTarin Measiet i Pieise the Masses J lARMER NOT JORtiQTTEN 4 am at Framed by Finance Committee- will According lo Aldrlch Provide Sufficient Revenues to Meet AIT De- maridt Downward Revision on Me cessltles Leaves Large Deficit to Be Wiped Out by further Increases on Luxuries of Ltts Washington Alrll 13The amend ed tarUr76hilis njiv on the senate cal iadir and by an agreement reachedt on the Jbor consideration of the nieasure Will begin on Thursday The bill was laid before the finance cpm mite with theDemocratic members present and after 30 minutes parley Inga vote was taken on the question of making a report to the senate all of the Republicans voting In the af firmative and the Democrats in the negative Soon after the senateiet Senator Aldrich presented tie men ed bill Senator Daniel on behalf of the minority Drotested that tho Dem opporttInttyAldrich replied that they could makev thefr examination by Thursday He stated also that as the majority is responsible for the bill its course in hastening the report was warranted- As reported the bill does not con tain all of the changes in rates which the finance committee proposes to make Although several important amendments sUch as the restoration of the Dingley rates on womens gloves and hosiery the placing of works of art on the free list and the assessment of a duty on iron ore havo been made the revenue producing possibilities of the bill are little Changed The Increases are provided mainly in the schedule covering lux urles the entire liquor schedule being materially danced Tile increase on wines and spirits is expected to bring in about 3000000 additional revenue Senator Aldrich stated thnt the committee realizes that the Increases thus far recommended will not be sufficient to counterbalance the loss in revenues that will resuii from the reductions and the lengtht1ningot- the free lIst Thh6rtage will ne cessitate furth r increases oh certain 1 riesll1dlt iC committee intends to reportsome changes at an early date which it will ask the senate to adopt In discussing the revenue features of the bill Senator Aldrich insisted that as it inbe amended by the senate the Payne bill will provide suf ficient funds to meet the expenses of the government without resorting to any but import taxes No maximum and minimum pro visions or administrative features which include additional forms of taxation were reported In the bill These sections of the measure are to receive the joint consideration of the U pub lican and Democratic members of the finance committee and may not be reported for three weeks or more Several of the revenue features are dependent upon the action which the committee will take in regard to these sections Besides the dutiable and free lists the only additional pro vision of the Payne bill reported was the Philippine free trade provision While not changing the purport of the Philippine section the Committees report included a new draft of this provision by which its successful operation will be assured It had been suggested that the proviSion for the free entry of 300000 tons of sugar and 300000 pounds of tobacco would permit tile importation under these limitations of products from neighboring islands their importation Into the Philippines This danger has been eliminated by making these products dutiable when imported into the Philippines Changes were made in the cotton and wool schedules of intefest largely to the manufacturers of cotton and woolen cloths The action of the finance committee in maintaining the high rate of duty which ii placed on tops at the time the Dingley bill was under consideration and which now stands in the present law will un doubtedly reopen the controversy on the wool schedules Byrestoling the Dinglcyrates to barley and barley In by reducing the taxation on the breakfast tabieb d tting down thCdttIs on coffee substitutes and placing cocoa on the free list the senate Amend ments to the Payne bill present a bid for popular vfavpr The numerous in creases in the agricultural schedule inleKded for the protection of the American farmer and provided for among the amendments largely through th3efforts of Senator Mc Cumber a new member of thcom mittee from the west were framed with a view to gaining favorable crit Iclsm t Taft Are 4ouoe Hunt- ingw8tfl Apjl15twM Met jed at te White HO M tt whil Pretdent Taft would adoubtedly ec eupy a ttace in the aeifhliprio4 et Bwrarly snchestrDytbs4sa or Gloucester litMe BO jteeMok b sa rssishe4 r ik tL l b t 1 5USH1YCURE IAND Canted By WtrR on Survey Ftr New RaiiriM In Easiarn Kentiitlcy BEATTBYICLE7 Ky Aprfl 13Ap- xeyungs party of seventeen Knos VilleV Tenn engineers are busy fri Eastern Kewtueky surveying a ionte fpr a new railroad which is proposed throuKhLeecounties and on to Knoxville Tenn The party has reached Sextons Creek arIricpl ting t1work Owing to the prospects of the new road there 4s much activity in that section in securing leases on mineral And timber li c1onq company hav ing already secured leases on 45000 acres along the proposed route THIS WILLHELP SOME Judge Humphr y Deposits Check For 100000 With the Authorities AtFrankfortS FRANKFORT Ky April 13 Judge A P Huinpfirey of Louisville of counsej for the Southern Pacific Company brought here and deposited with the Secretary of State a check for 100000 thefee due the State on the increase of capital stock of that ompany recently authorized ala meeting heM in Louisville Posthumous Names In China Another imperial decree has been Issued on the subject of posthumous names to their late majesties the em pressdowager and the emperor Posthumous names of emperors in Chinese history never exceed 22 characters and of empresses 16 characters Shanghai Mercury Youthful Chivalry The fiveyearold son of the Rev Stephen S Wise was driving up Fifth avenue New York recently with his mother As they approached the en trance to Central park she called his attention to Saint Gaudens famous Work the equestrian statue of Gen Butmammagentleman get off his horse and let the lady ride Beautiful Lake Geneva Xiare Geneva in Switzerland Is quite insignificant as lakes go being only 50 miles long and ten mites wide but it is remarkable for its relation to abeautiful landscape of which it is a part First Encyclopedia Tl11rst workat all approaching Abatis called in those days an cncy Historylection of Terrentius Varro Plinys work appeared about A D 69 and that YorkAmerican An AirLoving World Wanted Once get a nation into inviting fresh air Instead of barring it out and not only is that nation going to repel con betterlitselfto be practically immune from other diseases Philadelphia Inquirer The British Press Not a little world wisdom lies in the txrajluct of the Britluh press Its managers do not let their instincts tam news run away with their appreciation at how things said in heat look in old print to the world Abroad Ttoey Tic not furnish arrows for the quivers of their foreign critics Boston Tran script The Amateur Gunner Ma asked the little rabbituIs it true that pa was shot by an amateur gunnerNot at all snorted the mother rabbit scornfully the gunner was shooting at something else while your poor father sat behind him and laughed Unfortunately be gun kicked and the man sat down on your fathnr and killed him Marked Improvement My washerwoman Mrs Lapsllng was saying used to lose ever so many of my sheets and pillow cases but she doesnt now I mark them all with intelligible ink Your Friends Picture A philosopher says What a lot of hypocrites we are A man shows us the negative pf a portrait of himself we admire It and remark Id like onein the most coldblooded fashion knowing full well that well drop It behind the parlor sofa But how ell1 could we meet tho situation FOR SALEPoll parrot Double yellow head Mexican Fine talker with cage15 S E PRUITT Grocer West Broaway 4132t WANTEDYoung lady to take po sition as night operator at East Tennessee telephone office Must be over 18 years of ager Call at Exchange C V BRIDWELL manager 4123t FOUND A ladys kited bag ea Mam street Can BatTs same by calling at 1J m indpy1B forac 123tI FOR SALeBrr4 PJy HtUi Rook eggs I emit pr sttbftr IlL QYrI orL3-so wy WiIrjt 4 55S122L JS Ai tiI t 4 3r 4 I i CftB3flE7 COLUMN If you trnht blotters note books 1 4 TJat Call at office we are giving them away FOR SALE Cheap ffaphopho and about 30 records also large Morning Glory horn Address N R B this office 19If- WANTEDTo buy clean rags Ap ply at The News office 217tf WIRE FENCEIstill bnUd all kinds of wire fence L in the market for same write or telephone me for prices JOHN A TANNER Warn avenue Home phono 541 216tf FOR SALE Old papers for safe at this office 216tf WANTEDTo take orders for making cakes beaten biscuit rolls tiM bales and rosettes MISS LUCY COLEMAN BROWNING 218 College street Home phone 65- 4311lmo FOR SALEEggs from thorougk bred singlecomb White Leghorns at 75 cents for 15 H E WITT 109 French avenue 315lmo rOR SALEEggs from purebrei Buffi Plymouth Rocks H H PHILLIPS Winchester Ky Home phone 3113111moJUNK DEALER Chas Zigman junkdealer in old iron and all kinds ofold metal Bestbuyer in town Corner Main and Washington street 317lmo STRAY COLT Strayed intomy livery stable No 15 West Washing ton 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 327tfF- OR RENTNew 6room cottage on College street with gas water and bathroom Good cistern Pos session at once Apply to MRS MARIA BEAN 210 College stre- et323eodtf LOSTPocketbook some money and a card OSCAR VEST Re ward W J REED 101 Alabama street Phone 71C 325tf FOR SALE Plymouth Rock eggs at 1 a setting best in the State Also eligible Berkshire gilts will farrow in May J C McCLURE RRVNo 2 Home pKbnc 860 32Glmp FOR SALEBlack Langshan eggs at five cents each NAPOLEON BARNES Winchester Ky route No6 329lrao FOR SALEEggs from Perfec tion S C White Leghorns 75 cents per 15 Also eggs from thoroughbred Single Comb White- Leghorns 50 cents per 15 Brown Leghorns also Prewitt Browne 23 East Washington Street325lmo BRIDGE JUNK SHOPNo 26 N Maple street wants your beef hides rags iron metal and rub ber Will pay marKet prices for all poodr J W flISL 41lmo BEESImake a specialty of handling bees and artificial swarming transferring etc Be glad to have your patronage CHARLES E GRAHAMJ10 N Maple street 47lmo 4 STBetween Providence church on Booncsboro pike and J A Hughes livery stable in Winches ter dark overcoat with black silk muffler and gloves in pbcket Re turn to this office and receive re ward 473L WANTED Paijjter first r ss none other needapjANK ROY 318 NOrthaiu freeL 4Gtf WANTED CoffS tphaiijhte CHAR LIE VANMETER 486t FOR RENT House for renton Mm ple between Boone anlAHickunan streets Apply A Hr SYMPSON 410tf FOR SALEEggs from tko rs- inFBds4 roM eH 1 fer15 si Mc bsirsJ C T PZl6 it- tSitLLlsi 4104fc 1 s TI a1Mr 5S