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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1Last dition 1 VOLUME NO 30 WINCHESTER KENTUCKY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 19 1910 2 CENTS A COPY 10 CENTS A WEEK 11 iID 9GUSgiES tAW lN i dgM N1 1 John WsHaJil Says His Abolit as Safe to Steel a Horse as to Sell Booze in Kansas- WESTERVILLE OHIO Nov 19 It is about as safe to steel a horse in Kansas or to kill a man ns to sell booze with the exception ofa few counties bordering upon Missouri said John Marshall Assistant AttorneyGeneral Kansas discus sing Law Enforcement at the con ference of the Central and Eastern District of the National AntiSaloon League Thursday Ho repudiated the statement tha Kansas is filled with speak easies shying that wjiereer local authori ties are lax in aivanforecment state officials intervene His conclusion was that state i ilte prohibition is feasilJleU t L H Sheldon former member of inistrumentalmunicipal option law declared the practicability of its enforcement and of prospects of passing a county op tion law this winter Plans for the campaign for the passage by Congress of the Miller Curtis bill amending the interstate commerce law to give to each State control of the liquor traffic within its borders and to prevent shipping liquor from outside into dry territory were discussed John G Wooley Prohibition candidate for President in 1900 whose crjticjslns of the AntiSaloon League were noted for their bitter ness mild whose fVichds excoriated him when he allied liimself with the league two years ago and tbok 1111I its works in the Hawaiian Island spoke on The Majesty of the Law Ho said the Courts have agreed in both statutory and common law that the safety of the is the supreme law Uhd priil1tedoutthat the safety of the people dcmraided ab stinence from liquo- rsFRAUDISDIG IN IMPORTATIONS Of Woolen Goods is Charged By UnitI ed States District Attorney Wise Greater Than Sugar Frauds NEW YORK Nov 19 Asserting that gigantic frauds have been perpetrated against the United States Government in the matter of importations of woolen goods from England United States District Attorney Wise Thursday obtained frpm Judge Hazel of the United States District Court 27 additional writs of attachment against the account of Joseph Brooke Co of Bradford England with various woolen importers of this city and the Com Exchange Bank with which the firm also maintained an r countt The United States Gov eminent has instituted a suit again age firm for the recovery of 200000 which it claims to have been dc frauded of during the last five years by the firm and its representatives through the medium of false invoices The undervaluations of woolens will it is stated at the custom house when fully investigated disclose a greater fraud than the underweighing f dfs gar which has monopolized so much time and attention recently Almost every woolen manufacturing company in England will be involve- ddidordingto Assistant United States District Attorney Whitney It is claimed that the fraudulent of Brook Co extend iovera period of five years The firm established nn agency here 35 years ago and has always enjoyedlanemi able reputation District Attorney Wise declares that the firm has systematically de frauded the Government by means of false invoices The parent firm in England consigned woolens to its New York agency and it is charged the consular invoices were made out at from 10 to 12 per cent below the actual value The firm of Joseph Brooke Co consists of Joseph Brooke and Fret A Brooke both of whom reside at Huddersfieldj Yorkshire The firm was represented here by Edward Jefferson who held its power of at jfofney Air Jefferson left New York 4avweek ago after the Government hatr begun its investigation taking wIth e C z i THE WINCHESTER NEWS him the books of the firm He is said tQjbe in Canada William W Smith counsel for 13o ked had a long conference with the United States District Attorney Thursday but at its close he said he had no statement to make The President of the Brooke Com pang at Bradford Yorkshire refused to make any statement concerning t he seizure of his New York stock by the United States Government CHARGES AINST NATIONAL GRANGE Must Be Proved or Insurgent Lead ers Who Made Them Will Be Ex pelled From Body l9tat tacked the integrity of the adminis tration of the National Grange Prt rons of Husbandry may be expelled from the body unless they prove their charges An executive session Thurs tiny afternoon brought forth the an nouncement that the men accused de idandjlproof of1the allegations and it Ii st failure of the insurgents to do so will result in a motion to expel them Aaron Jones head of the Legislative Committee says the Grangers here will insist onthe parcels post and will protest the influence of theI express companies against the legis lation and will declare themselves for the Federal increase tax which they believe the Government should have as a quick and sure income in case of a crisis The farmers it is said will attack the ignoring of the agricultural interests in favor of the shipping interests in the river and harbor bill Worthy Master Mullin of Idaho created considerable interest with I declaration that many State agricul tural colleges were farcical particu larly the one in his State Iowa the banner State for cooperative reform among the farmers declared itself for a stronger nioweunent Insurance companies and banks for farmers nit the cooperative plan wtire reported t a success nConneeticutj The Sixth Degree Drill was confer red upon 1000 members Thursday night by the officers of the grange LIVERY BUSINESS CHANGES HANDS Messrs Hughes and Ragland Sell Business to Messrs Osborne and G avitt Possession Saturday Morning Messrs Hughes and Ragland Friday night sold their livery business on Cleveland avenue to Messrs Os borne and Gravitt Possesion was given Saturday morning Messrs Hughes and Rgland had only been in business a short while and had built up a good trade BRANCH ROM KOLA FACTORY Is Opened in Lexington and Trade in Favorite Beverage Has Greatly Increased Mr G L Wainscott started his branch Roxa Kola factory in Lexing ton Saturday morning The trade on this favorite beverage has creased to such an extent that Mr Wainscott found it necessary to cith er increase his plant in this city or establisha branch house He decid ed to start a branch factory and be gan bout a month agoto equip one in LexingtonA was made in Lexington for orders ithis week andenough or ders were i ken to keep the factory busy sever f nys and prospects for a large busin gs from the branch face tory are good UNION SERVICES By special request Dr dimming will preach on Sunday night at the Methodist church at minion service of the two congregations His topic will be the secondof the series on young mens problems subject The Divine Christ A big shipment of coal is coming dow nthc Ohio River put of the Kan awhav It contains 250 targes with 3000000 bushels I8TA TEMENT UfIq MRS CARMACK t Expresses Astonishment at Verdict of Not Guilty Which Was Renj dered in Cooper Case InIIrssaid Thursday following the acquittal of Robin Cooper of the killing of her husband I I was astounded at the outrage perpetrated in the Criminal Court of Davidson county Tuesday when the AttorneyGeneralwith the consent of the Judge had a verdict ofnot guil ty entered as to Robin Cooper and allowed the other assassin of my husband tp go unwhipt of justice- I had been in frequent communication with some of the lawyers who assisted the State on the first trial andonly aljontlO days ago Mr Fitz bugliwas at my home to see me in reference to the case against Robin l pad Iwns assured by himI and by other counsel in the case tlm nothing would be done in the ease tI time 15th that no jurors had drawn no witnesses on either side subpoenaed and no sort of preparation by either side was being made to try the case this month The announcement in Nashville papers that the case would be post poned confirmed this statement and I rested under the assurance that a little later on a conference of the States counsel would be held and an other llgyset for the trial IIll liii it q rn J pnqrau iced arvarq th k f c iirlYlinnc1t 1 iiU4IiH the Si t1lhq f tIle gaune c nl1f e thefirsttiijwith some them he could have aa certained that fact Both of the de fen dan ts were convicted of the mUlI der Qf iny husband after a protract ed trial before a jury pf their owni seldction timid before a Judge who was personally mid politically a frieiidjof them and to their cause preme Court affirmed the sentence its to D B Copper and reversed it as U Robin not oiithq 5ntOUd tllfttrhe va3 g plnth r ru Js Jlagtl1 f teW gie in charge certain spa cial requests iYlr mij psicouU scls contention as to They were not only convicted by a jury selected by themselves but thet press of the nation with practically a unanimous voice pronounced themI guilty assassination and denoun ced the Governors pardon of D B Cooper rs a gross and corrupt abuse of the Governors power SPECIAL SERVICES ATIFIRST METHODIST CHURCH The services at the First Mcthodisl church Sunday at 11 a m will be OII the special benefit of the older people of the community The songs decorations and the sermon will be in keeping with the spirit of th days of yore Everybody Welcome The mid dleaged and upward especially invit ed REVOLUTION IsIMMINENT Government Officers Admit That They Have Located More Arms Along the Border GALVESTON Tex Nov 19 Following the seizure of 145 rifles and 75000 rounds of ammunition in San Antonio by government secret service agents and deputy marshals t three seizures were made along the border The first was about 40 miles south of Del Rio and the second near Brownsville and the third opposite Native Laredo In all nQcwhnP90 rifles and about 250 rounds of ammunition were found MOI The government officers admitted they have located more arms along the border The Mexican border is literally alive with government men and one of the corps is authority for the statement that on the American side between Brownsville and El Paso there are 75 agents of the govern ment in addition to the customs inspectors and immigration officers Governor Campbell is making every effort td suppress any invasion by the Mexican raiders from this State SECRET SERVICE MEN ACTIVE If LAREDO Texas Nov 19Tllpresence of 15 Mejcidan secret service DinzGovernmentdanger of a border uprising rumors of which have been rife for niriny days Especially are the secret service men on the lookout for suspect ed revolution leaders who may cross the Rio Grande into the United States and for shipments of arms en route to Mexico SAYS REVOLUTION INEVITABLE SAN ANTONIO Tex Nov 19 A revolution in Mexico is inevitable said Francisco I Mrtderio late nntiI Reelectionist candidate for Presi dent now in exile in San Antonio when asked regarding the dispatches from the city of Mexico It may not break loose today or tomorrow but it is bound to come I am unable to say from where or by whom time Independents in Mexico are being directed Neither do I kiipiv who is furnishing the money for arms and ammunition Maderio says he may remain in Sinn Antonio n month longer SlATE INSPECTOR FILES HIS REPORTS Especially Comments on the Favor able Location of Sanitarium for Treatment of Tuberculosis FRANKFORT Ky Nov 19 1ieKenzic R Todd State Inspector and Examiner has filed his report with Governor time annual inspection r time sGuittgn Sanato iiint anil Kq zejwopl elhrsa i county a shorn distance from tlic city limits of Tiui t IHVlllC The report as made by Mr Toad covers 20 typewritten prgcs and is very thorough as to time condition ol the institution the expenditures of all moneys and as to he gen oral bus iness management of tbc sahatorium showing in tabulated form the re- ceiptS and disbursements and time standing indebtedness a list of time patients at the time this investiga tion ws made the employes and time salaries received names of the ofli 5eV5 and trustees iGonsiderabletiine yfg given l1ytL Sr Merimtfe assistant inspcctjlvttoitlusinstitnihn aiul a llOOlchrFwcl carefully examin Mr Todd especially comments on the favorable location of this sanatorium for time treatment of tuberculosis situated as it is on a high ridge anda splendid woodland withan abundance of fresh air and removed fro mall the dust and dirt of tho city Time grounds consist of about oil acres 20 of which are used for cultivation Time report shows that the board of directors are hampered by a lack of finances Time board are especially complimented for the splendid work and the interest manifested by them in contributing their time and money toward furthering this splendid work ofgiviiig relief to those licteawith tuberculosis The report shows that the officers of this institution Consist of the president secretary medical superintendent physician in charge and outer necessary attendants who are devot ed to their workand who arc encouraged by the results already accomplished in the treatment of those afflicted with tuberculosis AUDITORIUM Bert Ralton and Liicillo Ltour fie mirthful musiealogist and the pretty singing girl appeared at the Audito rium Friday night in a whirlwind of variety of artistic comedy singing music and character changes Mr Rnlton offered several selections of music on several different instru ments seldom seen in a vaudeville house Miss Latour who carries one of the finest wardrobes on the road today is the first lady that has used a hobble skirt in an act here which was a feature Friday night The fampusWc slier Bros The Boxing Midgets were also on the bill Friday nighV find furnished the comedy They have the only act of its land playing vaudeville and furnished the biggest laugh Friday night at the Auditorium since it ha sbeen open Both of these little fellows are clever comedians and great boxers During their act they offer four rounds of boxing whieh is great These two acts and two new pictures will give two per formances Saturday night at 730 and 845 Don sendfott dQctor if yon perfer to die aiatural death TEICHERS TO FORM UNION Believe That Organization Woul- Mean Final Settlement of All Un desirable Conditions of Teachers Work ST LOUIS Nov 1DA plan to unionize the school teachers of the United States is the aim ofa resolution now before the American Federation of Labor in session here T V OConnor a representative of the Longshoremens Union is also representing the teachers of Buffalo N Y who have perfected union succeed ed in having it recognized and in advancing salaries Time resolution would place ifat federation on rccordas calling for ji higher standardof wages for teach ers and pledge its support to that end Tile teachers of Buffalo also an t ThnrI1ley own aries nsn result They believe that organizrlion would mean the final settlement of all the undesirable con ditions of teachers work the country overThe controversy between the tw factions of the International Broth cihoodof Electrical Workers was be fore the convention as a special order at Fridays session Leaders of the factions said the trouble must be set tied before the convention does any other work Thirtynine thousand electrical workers arc involved n the disput for recognition of the warring far itions The Rded faction hns 2700r members divided among 350 locals milB0000Nulty faction of 12000 members The federation considers McNulty followers as regulars The Socialists and T L Lewis president pf mine workers are supporting time Reed followers EFFICIENCY OF MISSIONI WURK jjj To 3e Discussed at Meeting of LeatT ing Ministers and Laymen of Pres byterian Synod of Kentucky MIDWAY Ky Nov 1nDI A J Alexander of Woodburn Farm near here has invited about 25 of the leading ministers and laymen of Presbyterian Synod of Kentucky U be guests in his home on November 2520 in conference for the purpose of devising ways and means for more effective mission work throughout tIll StateDr Alexander is greatly interested in missioiijWork of all kinds and con tributes liberally of his wealth to that cause bothat home and in foreign lauds For a number of years he ha maintained six missionaries in the foreign field prying their entire salaries In Home and State missions he also provides the salaries ofI number of workers Dr Alexander spent sonic time in Korea as a medical missionary but was called home on account of the death of his fath er a number of years ago ITe lies been honored by his denomination in many ways being at present a mem ber of the board of trustees of Cen tral University Danville He is also the Kentucky representative on the Lnymeus Forward Movement undci the direction of the Presbyterian General Assembly in the South HOSTILITIES ARFRffWD Against Government By Militant Suf fragettes Women Many of Whom Were Arrested Were Led By Mrs Emmeline Pankhurst LONDON Nov 19The militant suffragettes reopened hostilities against the Government Friday and Parliajlly fight Tie women many of whom were placed under arrest were led by Mrs Emmeline Pankhiirst The suffragettes hail determined if possible to force the police cordon about the louse of Commons and reaching Premier Asquith to insist upon the introduction ofa womans suffrage bill The police however were too strongly entrenched and the women who tried every menus in their power to force the line were thrown back breatimlessdto places on the fighting line taken by reserves The police were ordered to make as few arrests as possible but by 3 oclock 21 women und 2 men were in police cells A large contingent of American bluejackets from the visiting fleet were amused spectators at the strug gle lustily cheering the combatants incited them to fresh efforts Time fight continued and the police were compelled to make wholesale arrests At 4 oclock 82 of the suf fragettes and their supporters had been taken into custody During the battle a Constable was madly gashed across the hand apparently by a knife blade This was the only bloodletting Among the suffravlttas m lestcda5 Annie Martin of Nevada After a prolonged struggle the po lice cleared Parliament and three of the leaders of the demonstration headed by Mrs Pankhiirst wenI allowed to enter the lobby of tin chamber where they were informed by Mr Asquiths secretary that the Premier refusedto see them and that there was no chance for a suffrage bill to be presented at time present sessionBefore time House of Commons had adjourned for the day 108 suffraget tes and supporters had been jailed After the women had exhausted them selves the arrests occurred with mo ifhctacle when the battle was over The a dresses of many were torn and their hair hung down Hats handbags and bits of feminine apparel and torn banners littered the grotmmmdt It appears that r a narrow ecsapc from the irate depu tation who were admitted to the lobby Mrs Pankhurst and two others were conversing with his secretary wheirtne PrcmierjjasKcd lli1igh thlJroom Happily for him the women itfailed to recognize the Minister who at sight of the suffingcltes quickly sought safety in the House of Com mons e titrRFMIER MAKES STATEMENT Parliament Will Be Dissolved Novem ber 28 Should the House of Lords Reject the Veto Bill LONDON Nov 19It is the inteI tion of the Government to pass Un essential features of the budget ant dissolve the Parliament November 2 should the House of Lords in flue meantime reject the veto bill This program was presented iIthe House of Commons Friday by Premier Asquith The Premier said he had hoped up to the last moment the veto conference jvqriTdf reach a settlement i J f In view of the failure off the con ferenceAsquithsaid it would bo useless to attempt to hjpnnier omit nrIagreement in the present Pcrliamcn to the accompaniment of the din of party collision The result is that we will revert to a station of war Tin Lords will be given an opportunity of saying Yes or No to the Govern merit veto bill in the coming week There is no question of an amend ment or transformation It is a ques tion of acceptance or rejection WORK ON THF SEWER SYSTEM Is Progressing Nicely If Fine Weath er Continues Ditching Next Week Will Extend Into Far Southern Sec Uon Considerable progress has been made on the construction of the san itary sewerage system in the past IIiling the week have ditched Maple street past Lexington avenue and up Lexington avenue If the present weather conditions continue next week the worko ditching wil extend far time residence section rnl southern portion of the city V r a r WEATHER i Generally Fair Tonight and Sund Y 5 IMPRnVEM NiIN POULTRY4pj r 1L rr 11 I fl Houses Are Being Constructed on Modern Plans and Will Accommo date Several Thousand Birds Yolk on the large laying houses at the Winchester poultry plant was begun this week by Mr Sam Jettf the owner Time houses ire being con structed on modern plans and will house several thousand birds Mr Shuter who has been with Mr Jett since the plant was sfartdllhas resigned Mr Shuter left several weeks ago for his home in Baltimore on account of his health His tdou dition has not improved any since he has been away and Mr Jett re ceiveda letter from him this week stating that he could not return Mr Jett and an assistant are now looking after the business tJAnlifS BASKET BALL TEAMS Are Practicing Hard and Will Play First Game at the College Gymnas ium Monday Night Two unusually fine teams ofladios practicing hard for time game oO basketball to be played at time College Monday nightIt promises to hujve large and enthusiastic crowd ju alt tendance as the ladies gi mcjsicreiiljr mg more interest this than qver Miss Nellie LYinslwill dip aut one team and Miss Viohi CtlSrt ney will captain the other Each team will have a lot of followers who will be decorated with tins pink or blue of their respective teams The game will be called at 730 teams arc as lVenly ntarchcdlig I is possible for two teams fp be mule will fight hard until the list minute of play One noticeable feature will liar the unusual speed displayed lt t Monday rly time night of the amc cGJjl hil fIZ ad rr Adtnissulu 25 cents RICHM n W1nQMI NOT HAVE TEAM Club is in Debt and at a Meeting of the Stockholders it Was Decided to Sell Park It is probable that Richmond will be tcprbscnlgd in the Blue Gra L gneWi I ir Th1 club is i ivxieftf andata hceiinbL file tocRIrdMeife held recently it was decided to self lUBjPWly little park which wasil niu almost paid for minng Urn season of 1909 when the club made a great fi ht with Winchester for the pennant The Richmond Register in its last issue had the following news item A meeting of the Richmond Baseball Club was held at the Elks Club Monday evening with a good attend ance of stockholders present Are port wrs made Showing time club about 3000 in debt At the opium ing of 1910 season there was an un paid liability of 1000 on the grounds and during the season lice association lost around 1800 the debt to date totalling the amount mentioned above It was decided that the best thing to do was for the club togo into liquidation and pay off the debt A liquidating committee was thereup on appointed consistinjr of Ilisis C C Wallace EHiidr Dehtheragc anfri W R Shaclcelfbrd The gentlemen ir will adveiftiSevdhd sell Ihte biillipTirki 6 and payo all indebtedness FoUrf ing this prpctdttrblf tlmcreJls UdcffttJ to continuo tHe rocalftalWhise i tF1 to it BluegraKsi Leiigiieil1 if6w cliibwilMettd f organized Xniid a fresh tti U11iwioI r cumbered wroth liability willbe mldo the Theodore Roosevelt visited Wash ington for the first time Friday since his official departure at the expira tion of his term as President TOO UTE TO CLASSIFY LOST L N railroad ticket from Cincinnati to Winchester Return to News office 11 191 1 I f Pane Twot THE WINCHESTER NEWS r = y i THE WINCHESTER NEWS tl rAn Independent Newspaper ci Published Jjy TJu ciester Hews Ci ncorporated- ce 209111 South Main SJreet iiWinchester Kentucky p j Daily Except Sunday Entered as secondclass matter November 28 1908 at the postoffice in Winchester Kentucky under the jAct of Much 3 1879 lath Phones Moil SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Wall Daily one year 300 Six Months 150 tae Month 25 Payable in advance fiTHIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE fixrjiTJ JtJGENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES ft WA TURDAY NOVEMBER 1919 O s THE SOCIALIST VOTE The Socialist vote grew in fifteen States from 205019 in 1908 to 347 200 in 1910 4500 of which are cred ited to Kentucky As the party in power wliigh made Socialism possi Ile and popular has received a se fvcre drubbing and as the Democrats will be either in power soon or near iPowerUlme will be no need for Socialism to further exist tad the vote doubtless dwindle greatly by the election Lexington Herald fVill increase of the Socialist vote surprise to any student of pol 2t3STtMMiirat under theiciul r ershiof Mr Bryan the Democratic Iparty was less objectionable to the Softialisr illuii the Republican party 01 WINCHESTER lUMBER MANUFACTURING CO INCORPORUEDt and many of them voted with the Democrats iWjth HJie Democratic party under the kauciliwrmon of Ohio and Dix of New York both in close touch with the corporate interests the Socialist vote will in crease We would not be surprised if the Socialists hold the balance of power in Congress four years hence OlQPAPERi Some friend has placed on qUI desk a copy of the Maysville Eagle IIIICollins editor JVc judge from the advertisements and local items that Mrysvillc as early as fiftyfive years ago was a town of considerable im portan erIn the news items is a report of an antislavery meeting held in New York Win Loyd Garrison was ilie principal speaker The free soilers and the other faction were having trouble in Kansas Deaths frpnx cholera are reported from many parts of the country The greatest crop of corn ever raised in the State is reported It sells at one dollar per barrel WOODROW WILSON 11 drott Il ilsotfi Got s el t W NexF Jersey afrdrefcsingMhes d dents of Princeton that called on lifmsaidt The present time the chance for every qof yIjt A college man should ikpow thejlitstory of our coun lJ I iPWeof ReadyMade Silk Waists which cannot fail to be attractive to FASTID IOUS BUYERS We have them in persian Black taffeta and fancy styles Our stock of j Dress =Goody Silks is also complete The newest things inVftfjSeluded in this line See our display of 1 I Blanels Which are just the thing for the fall tseasOaitS which are the very latest ini ciit and j fiiii hw and our t S jS para1eSkir lsJ f f bud Coats I t W Arfis Turfibull jI t il 11 I ALL ABOARD FOR TURKEY on Thanksgiving By the way are j there any places on your poultry house or barn which will allow your birdsto get out orsome nightprowler to get iti4 WhyintehacVhs s iiiV you lumber enough to mslce them se cure Dont mflill your ThanI I W giving dinner is stolen Do it now is trYmid1m familiar witlf its politics The country is looking for leaders tad regardless of party will sup port the man the people have confi deuce in The present election is a nationalawakening which is not con fined to New Jersey Americans have turned with serious purpose to the betterment of politics They are going after special privileges until they no longer exist- I realize the duties which 1 caul the Legislature will have to face but Iam encouraged by the confideijcc find support of my friends We will serve the people to the bestiqjJtoii ability It is the duty of all public filcn to try to unite class iitbad of separating them We say Amen We have heard less about the core rupt use of non y during the latt election than on former occasions Probably the people have become se used to that kind of corruption that it does not attract the oldtime at tention We have little patience with that class of politicians who shout om year for the principles advocated Mr Bryan and jeer at him the JI year when he has not changed his principles rti x t jitlpt JitIsfacto1J to ptitinti e iMumr party or the interests When he talked they did aoLJiko wJiathcsaidjindnow that licls sil6iif7llicy arc still riot satis fed Truth is mighty and wilf prevail tTruth is the only thing that is im ftitortal We expect to seesp omeof the larg est trusts advocating face trade A number of them have such a monop Idly thata tariff is to their disad Vnntagc Wettcod htbtrusts niol6 llihUJtlic1 tariff ontlpriations for his district than ltii predecessor Some of the appropria tions asked for are needed Manx arc not If all that are asked foi were made it would bankrupt the Government Wo need reform in this line One party is as bad as the oth el Aviation displays will never be J success as money makers All yoi have to do to see the show is to step out of doors and look up Astor is told of an old negro slave being caught in the act of steal a goose The next Sunday lug ling heard him shouting and pry and later chided him The old negro answered You lon1 sposp dat Ise a gwync to let one goose stop me frurn joyin my religion There are many people of which this old negro is a type They think that when they are once hashed in the bloodof the Lamb that they can do andIThe compromise talk inTcnncssce is not so strong Judge Landis will not try the beef trust case- Delicious doughnuts cinnamon rolls lady fingers macaroons and egg kisses atThe Winchester Bakery ll173t Fine Bourbon Farm AT PUBLIC SALE WEDNESDAY 23rd 1910 at 10 oclock a m I will sell the Ogden farm of 185 ACRESone mile south of Paris Ky in two tracts or as a whole Also stock crop eic The sale will be held at Murphys Stock Yards Paris Ky CHAS E BUTLER r PARIS KY BHHilOh M PiOFLE Continued From Page Six- shttlthut pti have mantle the mem j vii i o t ftTheeserted- and he stood her Bands Itlte wonder ofiR t4try f Then graduallytrtheylbccame awdra of the tirault above them t first it iglltshablei Yes he s right Hes nl right ought to hang Hurrah what he deserves Stevens Hurrah for Stevens and then loud and fierce and so in unison that it seemed al most a concerted call Stevens Lot Senator Senator Stevens The Governor looked rt time girl in questioning amazement She smiled bark at him through her tears Well Ill beIll declare mut tered the Governor in his astonish ment And they n1e11he People R- Yes they are The People said the girl gently And The Peopo are always rightif you put it to thorn right FINE FARM FOR SAtE lionsiand barn three iralcs west of Win chester on the L t E railroad Fir ty acres tobacco land AppjyftT JG Stuart 111921 HAlO HEADED MEN Ignorance of the Hair Causes Much Baldness Among Men Early piety doesnt cause baldness neither does any kind of piety Some baldncadcd men console Ihemselve with the idea that baldness is caused by a superabundance of gray brain matter and would have the world believe that a b ldhead is a sign of great intellect It e t d Such not tji I Ninetvnine timJin one hundreTd bnldncssis causedby elalldqlff CUm which lip down deep into the roots of the hair destroy its vitality and Cause it to fallout All this may conic gradually and tine time but as an up4odato luiui rist would SIY vhats time to a dandruff frcnn If youlliavc dandruff the little in visible persistent devils called dand ruff germs roc at work Destroy them at once or sooner or later they ttndrillvou will be compelled to lake yqui lace in the lalllibadcid chss IT France bitldheillsaroi lout be rinse incn uu1er aIl heJw tocarr for the hair Parisirn Sage is a hail grower and invigorator that is guar anteed by Philliix to grow hair if the hair root is not 11rcac1yc1estroyec1 to 3iudicatc dandruff stop itching scalp falling biair or money back 50 cents for a Inrgc bottle at Phil lips nail druggists everywhere pr coney backplan AN IDEAL XMAS GIFT Have some of those beautiful scjia photos made at Earps gallery Just the thing for your friends Dont dc lay Christmas willbe here before you realize it ll193wkscpd THE AUDITORIUM THEATRE INc FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS November 18 and 19IWASHERBROS MIDGET COMEDIANSJ BERT LUCILS RALTON LATOUR The Mirthful Musicologist The Pretty Singing Girl In A WHI R- An L IIND OF VARIETY Act of Merit with an Unique il Hot Seated Fn sh 2000 feet AUDISCOP PICTURES ONE SHOW EACH NIGHT Two Shows Saturday Night House open 730 show starts Soclock J House thoroughly heated Malil1eesattir ayAfternoon 2130 Admission 10 cents to all parts of house No Reserved Seat- sBLOOMFIELP RATLIFF PROPRIETORS l t t A NOBLE RECORD Ofrhany hundreds of thousands of curesforms a wellsustained oasiS for every claim put forth by the makers of DR PIERCES GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY remedy for many of thertroublesome affections whichafflict K i11lnkindyctjt is not extolled as aicure alPrtylany means No extravagant i promises are flaunted before the public to arouse false hopes in the afflicted t fu Your neighbors probably know of some of its many cures ask them Vf K 9 Through strengthening and arousing tIle stomach liver1 and Tbowels into vigorous action digestion fs promoted whercby the blood is enriched and purified disease =prodacing bacs I teria destroyed and expelled from the body and thus a long list of skin scrofulous and Kindred affections arer overcome and sound vigorous health established The Discovery contains no alcoholand no habitforming drugs and has its every ingredient printed on its wrappers This OPEN PUBLICITY places- it in a class distinct from the ordinary secret nostrums with which it has no re lationship Physicians therefore do not hesitate to prescribe it in bad cases of indigestion torpid liver or biliousness and in skin and blood affections People of intelligence and keen discernment employ it The Discovery is a pure glyceric extract of native medicinal roots of great curative potency and can in no case do harm to either child or adult The aged find it a great invigorator- s ou can learn more about this time proven and popular Discovery from the Peoples Common Sense Medical Adviser byDr R V Pierce a newly revised uptodate edition of whichis now offered ii l cloth covers postpaid ior 31 cents in onecent stamps t6 over cosof mailing only or in paper cov ers 21 cents Address Worlds Dispensary MedicalAssociation RV Pierce MMDiPresidenta 663 Main Street Buffalo Mi Y T f WELL SUSTAINED THE FIRSTBAPTIST CHURCH IThe protracted meeting begins Sunday Dr Porter the pastor will preach at 11 a in and 7 p m Dr J W Porter will arrive Monday am presell Monday night at 7 oclock His Evangelistic Gospel singer Rev Mr Arvy will he with him tl awill take cila ge of the uric Umi direct y13111 il1 li11SC n ant so a singer All the slllgers m th hurehAvilht tltoseois1114 friendsr n neighbors who sing are invited trt as rcatlonenight for at least two weeks jam maybe longer If you enjoy fh e gospel singing and great and powerful preaching go to the First Baptist church Monday night and liens Dr Porter and Prof Any fWD HUNDRED BiRDS KILLED By Winchester Hunters at Grayson Mr and Mrs Gailles Will Remain FcrLcpgervjsjt Messrs Wallace Strode Howard Gilbert and Irvine Porkuer returned from Grayson Friday afitcfnoon where they have spent the week hunt ing All the parties were heavy lad im with game lliey bagged and reported birds plentiful During tIll week the party killed over two hun dred birds Mr Clyde Gaines who was in the party and Mrs Gainer will not return until the muddle of next week Mrs Gaines is visiting hci parents Dr and Mrs Strotlier Eleven cases of cholera and two deaths were reported Friday in Italy The value of the estate of Clydr Fitch the playwright who died ir France is placed at 212727 AsthmaCataf h H Cured Expert Medical Scientists Ansjounce Startling Results Obtained By Senpine New York Thousands arc taking advantage of the generous offer made by The Woodworth Co 1161 Broadway New York City requesting an experimental package of SeiipmCT the great discovery for Asthma Hay Fever Bronchitis and Catarrhwhich 3s mailed free of charge to allwho write for it It is curing thousands of the most stubborn coses It makes no difference how have CIi1mafioIf you have experimented with oth er treatments and have failed to find a cure do not be discouraged but send fora trial of Ibis wonderful truly meritous remedy which is a scientific compound discovered bya Professor o f Vienna University and is being rgcommended by thousands For iS le Privately nUll1berlonebusiness f M ifeeon Mp S I 1J21hnod 50 N Main St Winchester ICy VTJio THE BEST alone good enough for our customers We have been in this business Winchester for many have learned by experience many points the coal which make possible for us serve you better cheaper andjmore satisfactory than anybody else r J 1 R MARTIN COAL SUPPLY GO FELLOW CITIZENS LADY CITIZENS And All Other Fellows When you want a and EVERIAS1ING FENCE then try California Privet And oh my how does add to the artistic appear ance your residence Poole S Purllant those new fellows will fill your order any way you want And by the yard rod or mile And with home grown sto- ckrJust think HOME GROW- NPURLLANTPOOLE Florists PHONE 396 On The Beautiful Lexington Pike J BOXING MIDGETS See the 4round boxing exhibition nt the Auditorium theatre tonight lie Avecn the fainou Washer Bros Boxing Midgets is in years and in trade it to iiIIiI it of it of it = LIVE WELL 4 Its easy when you know where tb buy your foods at reasonable prices You cangul the best coffees tea fresji1IJQbacon and fresh meats to suit thf tastes of people who know higli gnde foods when they see and test them from J W DAWSONSuccessor to J 11 POWELL No 16 N Nain St MILLINERY AT COST Everything in- the line at costfor next t1ns MfS iosa Baldwin lt188t U THE WINCHESTER NEWS Pane Three J- xCLIFTON JIPIr B ROSSb Vlfc will plfcr Seventyfive Sample Suits which formerly sold for 25 r t d r Ij JJIf If1 1i lotW 9 VF J J Jclfh I b J ir it H iil 1EEI 5 O 0 t 0 is 2 5 0 0hm lti ht- lr 1 Just What Youve Been Looking For V How to make a petticoat of perfect fit and style with i out a lot of work Ask to see IJ 1e II j H qJ Ol II The GilbertFlounce l I f in silk and heatherbloom See our broadcloths and silks dn Plaids Persians and Solid Colors t r L I W8tflIVgiit f t G reun fadJllgJ m 1 a T or G r l I I Ism oau lot j vd h tmr rrHirrTw a Pltffotnias Bazaar house block t The Royal Neighbors Mrs J Womack of this city ember 12 at Hazel Green The camp will meet regularly on Thursday night of each heck at the hall of Mizpah Lodge Fl A M No 507 t Jt if h3 1isj11f Jr J IT Mar tin have returned tum a hunting trip in Boyle county where they Avere guests of Jlr June Hunter eral days with friends horefMss Pauline Stevenson entertains Saturday afternoon from 2 to 4 with a charming birthday party turned from Carter county where thy enjoyed a hunting trip JYlisri Edna Ramsey is illat tier homo on Jefferson street a zr Jot Qf1 To We are going to give a demonstration of x Heintz Famous 57 And 1 Biscuit InerSeal Package and Bulk Goods Samples laServed r lIYou Are Invited Both Phones No 40 Dr K P Quisen erry end wife tttJ Giaysoii iim visiliiiir cuuutti Mrs l1 B clattroW 11qll Mrs twmyne is ill at her home riand little daughter nose of ML Sterling arc guests of her mother Mrs Ann Burke Mr J E Botkin is ill at his home on Jefferson street Mrs 0 Stewart of Pine Grove has returned homo after a visit to her sister Mrs A B Hrggard- Mr and Mrs Harvey Rose and children of Paris who have been visiting relatives here have returned home AIre Cliff Haggard hasreturncd to her home in Missouri after ii visit to Mrs Jel ton Owen Mr W R Potty attended the funeral of Mr Henry Wood at Ml Ster ling at charges treatment mo +NAME IS A affiictodLtiis the name J To the Ladies of who desire the best quality of gloves we take pleasure in offering 40 m which are fitted and to give For health and comfort during the winter months we have a fine line of L Udll LightWeight Comforts in beautiful colors and a splendid display of Blankets We are selling these at attractive prices and it will pay the thrifty to fbr15lise lls AjJv 11111 11itl c LI rUo1H HOSS Il L lrr I SQ rf cathoIlie NoighIiorsof t n fowstuJfoid ilkbort Interest Every House Keeper Saturday Nov 19th Varieties National Companys Cordially MacNeill Weathers Winchester Perrin Kid Gloves guaranteed satisfaction housewife Call Mrs L G Reed visited in Lexin g Ion this week li lIatt t quHum isk17si fdemihlrtII t lff iiIGooibeIttla ifill f L- lllrs 1InrYy Wre1UI umlH t lie Mastei RoVert have returned to their home m Lexington after several days rrslSilMrs Ggorge Clark and children of Paintsville will arrive Saturday visit Mrs Stoner Ogden and other relatives Clark who is hunting in the mountains will join them in a few days Mrs Mattie Oaks of Ford was shopping in Winchester Saturday- Mr r JI has returned from Wilmorc where he was engaged in 1atMiss Susie Bedford who is attending the State Noma1 School at mond at home this week visitin her patreut FREE TO ALL SICK PEOPLESAMPLE OF WONDERFUL NEW MEDICAL DISCOV ERY SENT FREE TO ALL SICK OR AFFLICTED PEOPL- EII mail free of charge a complete home treatment of my won derful new discovery to all sufferers who fill out the coupon below and send it to me today I want to send you this free proof treatment t show you the wonderful curative powers it has Do not send money not one cent do I ask for this wonderful new treatment just write me for it using coupon below and I will send you at once the free treatment that has cured others that suffered ns you now suffer I will also send free my book How to Get Well for your guidance If you have any of these roubles fill out the coupon below and send today DR D J WAT5SIT I Coupon for Free TratineiitAND FREE BOOK Dr D J WALSH Box 2094lBOSTON MASS Send mo once all paid your free for my case and your Look all entirely free to MY MY ADDRESS IS If your disease not list opposite write the here I ct 11 Da son to Mr Bohen Rich was the rMyMake ac ogs JC in front of your trouble Two rosses XX iu front of the one from wjiich you suffer most Rheumatism Kidney Trouble LumbagoBladder Trouble Diabetes sHeart Disease Dropsy Impurke Blood Neuralgia Trouble Diarrboea Torpid Liver Constipation Partial Paralysis Indigestion J Nervot sll g Headache Malaria Dizziness isease i f 1 jMrs Sallie Adams and lliss Mary CiTty oIv tliilrsal impQJJQ ilot fXJv iy the gues of 1ofvsouFrofI D A Thompson be so all fired good that no IDont want to be like you BREAKS WRIST Mr R D Gordon fell Saturday morning and sustained a broken wrist Dr Combs was summoned and Mr Gordon is now getting on very nicely A BAD GOLD IS EASILY BROKN The Most Severe Cold and Grippe Misery Will Be Relieved in Just a Few Hours There is not one grain of quinine in Papes Cold Compoundwhich when taken every two hours until three consecutive doses are taken will surely end the grippe and break ip the mpst severe cold either in the lead chest back stomach or limbs It promptly relieves the most mis erable neuralgia pains headache dullness head anti nose stuffed up feverishness sneezing sore throat tinning of the nose catarrhalaffec tions soreness stiffness and rheumatic twinges Papes Cold Compound is the re sult of three years research nt a cost of more titan fifty thousand dollars tad contains no quinine which we have conclusively demonstrated is not affective in the treatment of colds or grippe this harmless Compound as directed with the knowledge that there is no other medicine made any her v else in the werldwhich will aTtt 5oiTCcbld orveno Grippe misery as promptly and without any other assistance or bad aftereffects asa 25cent package of Papes Cold Com pound which any druggist in the world can supply BOXING MIDGETS See the 4rround boxing exhibition at the Auditorium theatre tonight be tween the famonsWaher Brost The Boxing Midgets l IIIiIIIl rr MR HUNTER iiiveoh1 ever experienced trouble in getting drinking water while hunting r Why not take a THERMOS BOTTLE with you They keep water ice cold three days rH BOWENf JewolerOptician and 29 S Main St WINCHESTER KY BOXING MIDGETS See the 4round boxing exhibition at the Auditorium theatre tonight be tween the famous Washer Bros The Boxing targets4- x J v iThe condition of Count Tolstoi took an unfavorable turn late Friday afj tcrnoon but hopes Lave not been abandoned for his ultimate recovery HAVE YOUR PICTURE TAKEN at Earps studio for Xmas prcsentgv ll193wkseodj iAiI Everything at cost for 30 days Miss Rosa Baldwin ll188t b= Save Time by Telephoning Vhen a man feels the necessity of being in two places at the same time he goes to the nearest telephone and sends his voice By having the service of the EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED Ic Is easy to travel all over the State and other States If you havent our service you should have Call our manager for full information WATER HEATERS Among Jnstar cms Water RULJois Foremost EToilmo Water By Opening the Faucet Ask for particulars GRANT WITT CO i 30 NORTH MAIN STREET i i r t tH a VlA1 Jrr rt aw tr f JUIJ ro f arf7panp Emir THE WINCHESTER NEWS n- r t x r Mats jlbeit ft Harmonize Iii TK e center of attraction is the free A mispropor tionci hat detracts from your looks- Symmetry of YOU GSr HATS so liarmonizc with the lines of the face that they add character and appearance to the rrcarcr L 2 Have a national reputation for quality and a style and fit that depicts refinement A new line rcadyr300 and 400 Ccmclnd pale at the latest styles t t h11 r n I z I 9 i YOU TlTJLJF HAVE Aj Suit or an Overcoat arid you cant afford not tot see our line before you buy We have the goods and the price is sight Ir Hart Scbafflleri 6 Marx Suits and- Overcoats are always right in every reyt t ZcI71PS li 1itc u III Ldt ift wHSpetand are llU3r rit d If owear one of these suits your clothes selection will be easy ry U in the future i i ti rrr1filJ I 1 h diJtfu Iltrlli 11l ILion brand- SHIRTS TheBesfi FqrtheMpney New Patterns Night Robes and Bath- Robes CI = u 11 rJh ht 11 IoWerlhavea nice assortment of Sweaterst n Price from 1 to 3JO for Me- n1tQ2 for Boys l Our tf r Over4f oats for Boys are just what they want and are wearing Any thing you wan- teomendask I to see d We Have SUI T SAND OVfRCOATS any price you want from 10 upi r Iyour Crossett ShoeMAKES LIFES WALK EASY rwwo THE new ready Crossett models e Style shown here is a happy thought Shiny Russian colt on Marathon last Soft glove toP QuietIYet the perfection of Jsnappy style Many more hew Gros sett models See them 4 to 6 everywhere Lewis A Croecett Inc Maker North Abinclon Mau BloQmlields Special Si4ts dild Overcoats are es pecially good Bont fail To See Us Before You BujY 5 f h 1tYoung Men AeiGett 11 IIIIBIII- IIl The Best In Clothes i iMiiiiiiiimmrm 1mj1 r More than perfect fit and good tailoring more than value and durability Best means all this and whole lota more I You never get the best clothes unless you get those most appropriate for Yrthey best suit your tastes your mcc t Panon unless they harmonize withthe- life you live and want toy live lqq TiheseEderKeimerSt iq clothes arpt pJnlledand made for YoungMen designed to meet the ideas and feqiuiE ments of Young Men Theyve moo ee tone style snap than is t be found in clothing not made by Young Mens specialists l Let us show you put exclusive pat terns in browns grays or fancy blues See the different styles in one and two button coats with medium or loqgja elsGIn thisiimpleosfuwJllieJ N i suit most suitable for you the one mosttbecoming the We youll take keen de= t light in wearing I j BLOOMIIELD cdPE ST0RE THAfAVES YOU MONEY tfe i t t i t i i I = nQ r H FlvrFSA1EFARM NO 150acre i1 miles from Winchester two story frame V dwellings with Grooms 2 porches good stable holds 4 acres of tobicI co Ice hous outbuildrifiLings largo ring boa isiug hen 1n Ifall n ivided5nlo four tvatedL11 in grass cxceptslQ f6t Close to good school IIli e u FARM NO 25Sa resG miles from Winchester on good pike lias a twostory frame dwelling of S rooms 2 halls 2 porches in good con dig cn Barn holds 4 acres of to hacco Ice house chicken houses coal house meat house corn crib hog houses and other out buildings Divided into 4 tracts each one being well wntcred and every fence in first elms condition Has large young cmhard in full bearing Close to good school and churches and in iless than a quarter ofu mile from rail road station Will all raise good to bacco A bargain at 8000 FARM NO 3JO acres 12 mil Cs from Winchester on good pike Has twostory Triune dwelling 1 rooms 2 porches stock barn 5 nci r tolmco barn good cellar and all outbuildings all iii good condition1 divide in5tirncts all well watfcrcd and fenced About X20 a resiiMCul tivUon balance in grass Within oucbllf mile of good sciiobVbuiirch store and postollice and blacksmith shop Price G000 FARM NO aGO acres 7 mile from Winchester onequarter mil from railroad station has twostory frame dwelling of rooms new stock barn 4acre tobacco barn all nece sary outbuildings Ibis wrterc l with potl wellaril creeks AH out Side fetid ins good About 15 acres in cultivation balance in Bras Priio 0000 I AUM NO 5110 acres 7 mile from Winchester hvostoiy fjftim dwelling with 7 rooms Gacrc tobacco barn AllOjejfflsgaryiWuthousc Small traalIi tt watered Price 7Ji per acre FARM NO G105 acres 5 stile from Winchester on good pike Goo dwelling of 7or S rooms All tee essary ottbuildiiigs 12a eve lobacco barn and tenant house Well fenced 1 mill valemlr Plcnly of ollfCC Price 130 fier acre FAIfM NO7JI5aclc 3 miles front Winehcsinr has two fiveiuioi dwolliiifrs one 10acre tobacco hart pUnly tobacco land Neatly all ii grass Price 50 per acre FARM N082G acres 312 miles from Winchester on good pike Has iievi Groom dwelling barn and out builifjngs Price 3500 FiiRM NO 9H50 acres 7 miles fronS Winchester has two storj Cramc dwelling with rooms tobacco barn holding acres all necessary outbuildings good orchard well watered with wells springs and pools Small tenant house 15 acres in cul tivation balance hi grass price 5 000 FARM FJ 10300 acres 12 mil es from Winchester Has twos ory Frame dwelling with 7 rooms ten int house Sacre tobacco barn larg tokbarn and all necessary out buildings One of the best waterec farms in the county 75 acres ir cultivation balance in grass prict 12000 FARM NO 1127 acres 7v mil es from Winchester Frame dwelling with 4 rooms all outbilildings splen did combined stock and tobacco bars which holds 4 acres of tobacco all kinds of fruit 300doFARM NO t1t miles from Winchester on good pike hash two storyl frame dwelling of coo s 7acre tobacco barn andal outbuildings well watered and fenced Good land Price 20000 FARM NOX13 =58 acres 7Trulev coohn necessary outbuilc ings well watered gelc Price 115 per acre LFAIU NO14 G2 acres 3 raise from Winchester on good pike rhti 4room fnant house new 10icrc tc bacco barn neverfailing water a tobacco land Price 125 per scire FARM 1U1592 acres 7tmile from Winchester on good pike ha twostory frame dwelling with rooms good cellar and all putbuild ings good stock yarn 10acretoba co barn Well watered fencing goci Close to fschool and church Pn trgl miles from Winchester has twostor frame llwcllin with t f grooms jA 11tblil1ln 1 iji quirt sptlii balance in Vnss Pdt t3iQptl FARMNO 17n8 acres 5 mile 1frum Winchester Unimproved lane Price 3750 7 FARM NO1S 103fajres irnca Chilcsburg has llroom tenant lion well fenced and watered All got land on good pike Price 105 pi acre Thiey4tokey U f art Office in McEldowney BIdg Both Phone 1T r fl Citizens JaOonal Bank Paid up Capital SIOOOOCI Surplus 51000 W SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS j We will give you courteous treatment and attend promptly and carefully tpb all business entrusted to its I r J D Smpson Pres t A H Hampton Cashier T F Phillips V Pres J W Poynter Asst Cashier lj t ONLY 4i IN S AMPSIi for a sample bottle of the FINEST FRENCH PERFUME o J eeyoustsamplcofthamost f r All Dealers 1 PAKrOfflERIjE ED PAl1Q ELDO t EV YORK f i4t t i1fl U j RED STAR The quick burning big block long flame Red Ash Coalthe best domes tic fuel we guarantee every load ROYSE 6 BOONIWirichesten ky I JyriJDQU r3 ll neccasaryIfAyers Cherry Pectora cotoweli7Seea A GObOREDCOlUMN The Kentucky Fcderrti p o1col ored Womens Clubs will meet at Covington next Thursday The colored Methodists at Navas ota Texas are bl ildinga stone church They recently raised 10 000 on one Sunday toward payment on the same The colored people of Georgia have purchased 333 acres of Itailc on which to establish a normal and in JuHtrial school Detroit has seven colored motor men in the employ of its street rail way F P Cary one of them liof been in its service for 16 yearsJ Dr IL J Bell a colored dentist at St Raul recently sold 40000 wortH if property in that city told invested tin Montana farm lauds W YoSmith white of Pough keepsie N Y has given0000 fn he erection of a colored Methodist diiirch in that city The True Reformers Bank at Richmond Va that was put into tlid lands of a receiver some weeks ago1 failed for over a quarter million dol lars At the 81st anniversary of thri Fifth street Baptist church in Louis Mlle Jrst Sunday 500 was realized This is one of the leading and most noted negro churches in America They have over 2000 members nnr hnrqli 1000J0 They have never had hut three pas ors Revs Henry Adams Rev An Irew Heath and Rev J IT Frank 1 D its present pastor all of whon verc reared in that church The marriage of John Flynn ant Miss Lucy WakefieKl by Rev Jolt J 3rock last week was reported me for publication We very t holei7y mallSirrsclves If this method to publicly thank a atiem forikindnesstQiYavd our hn s Ia ttpd s n iO1rVf tlbwr 1UFnt us nnicss aim iuBsrineiircicatii Th artily It is Impossible for every negro o be a Jack Johnson or a BookeV T Washington but every negro can veac1 he colored column of the Winches er News and keep posted on the im lortant events of the race at liW ind abroad Revival commences at the Proud vay Baptist churci Monday plight The ladies of the M K church wi jive a Thanksgiving entertainment RilEth ltJMUJ1ZIdjWjJm pastor t r11s 11 ttD D is preach iigMii sting revival at hi wn church The funeral of Mrs ITarriett Lain vas preached at thc Broadway Bap ist church Tuesday by Revs Tim erlakc and Baker She was one of he original who were in the or canixation of the churchIThe old habit of our people buying lieu groceries on Sunday morning offMrs James Burghie is in Paris ngaged in her profession nursing The last slave aver bought was by i Kentuckian Mr Nathan Bayless 3r who now resides at Paris am shove cut appeared in the Lexing lou Herald of last Monday As listorieal coincidence we might a1L hat the first slave ever set free iwa ilso by a Kentuckian James G Bat icy in 1834 who was a professor in central University at Danville The many friends of Miss Ann Bell Wilson arc glad to learn off hm Convalescence Rev A Harris who pastored ir Ioyntersville last year bought a tone and lot in Newport last week ur 530 Geo IT Jones of Dayton Ohio was in the city this week sirs John I Brunei visited her mother Mrs Amanda Taylor in Lou isville this week who returned home with her Joe Mance has opened a grocery on the corner of Burns avenue iand Washington street Mrs Edward Turner who lia been quite sick is much improved The Washington street Baptist am- A M E Methodist churches are en grgcd in revivals Revs Brock an Smith pastors respectively Wm Fields visited Hiss Dora Lacy in Lexington lastfSunday Mr and Mrs YoIt January en 1aY11LtcrnoonIrene their little daughters first tbirth r anniversary Fiftythree tots were present chaperoned b1rtheir seniors R 13 Woodfotd will vniove to Mid way to live about December 1st Rev Tim crIakeis in Danville thi week preaching and Rev Dr Fisher in New Castle Presiding Elder Stewart JUtS been Itll1le Stop coughing Coughing ra ps and tears Stop it Coughing prepares the throat and lungs for more trouble Stop it There is nothing so bad for itlAyersCherrymedicine for coughs and colds vBihuni Cv Vanleer colored from tfaslrdlle Tenn who is here work Ingjon the sewer is a iiaturalborn poetical genms je have b fairs us quite a nun l songs audrpMtry composed and published by him Among the many we make special noteof one of 13 tanzas on the un timely death 9tfSenator Ed W Car mack one of 20 stanzas on slavery tad emancipation one of 14 stanzas on Jack Johnson and a song of 10 stanzas on 4The IIa rvest Fiel iPastor M5refsannburices a free Thanksgiving social at the Christian church nesfu3Liiiai night from 7 to ll inferspersed with musicaLand l literary Prorgratn The1 family olthelate Harriett Lane wishes to thank all friends and the lodge for their kindness towan them in their srtd bereavement IT hi Family Miss Willie Graham from the State spendthu6ksigiving with her parents The public is especially invited tc the Union Tlianksgiying se yiccat the j roadway Baptist chI J li njx ThurSday m6rning at 11 a R Rfev JDL iE Joseph Myers jphris ia- churyi master of ceremonies Rev J iSmall MiE church conflwjtouiof dev tttiounl exprciscs Rev JSWobb D D C ME church pica hci of the Thanksgiving sermon Rev Timbedake FSlist church musical director The churns of the city will sing in concert There will be a general mass mcet ng of the Charity Organization lick it Clarks Chapel M E church Sun lay at 3 oclock p in at which time freewill offering will be taken to be turnedover t n5the Associated Char tries Let us Tenembcr the words of the scripture It is mote blessed to rive than to receive rnd the poor y fr1rjnyolcJilgofBe S TAYLOR Sec J Public Sale I willono TuesdayNov22riO it 0 ooeJvani m tit liiy 51Jdfin Rimkervillc pike 1 mile from Win 3hcster sell at public auction all my anakitchen furniture and the following stock etc 3 milch corns 1 bntt2 heifer cal yes 12 extra good yearling steer- weight 550 pounds 20 good yearling 1gooIhog weight 250 and 350 pounds jn shoats weight 110 pounds1Ihv I horse wagon bed nail frame 1 mow ing machine 1 hay rake 1 tobacco setter 1 good buggy 1 runaboutslot 1of plows 1GD too1rh i1I 11f rICK 40 or Oshoeks fodder to Purae and rose comb j 1 obisroller fop desk new Terms made known on day of sale CIILI SCOTT HOWARD WATTS Auctioneer FOR ME P8IVAIELY Seven Berkshire boars ready foi service and three gilts J C McClure R R No5 Winchester Ivy 1114tf MUST GO My stock of liiillinery to make room for holiday stock Everything in mil linery at cost fjr j30 days Miss 1118Stireason BoonecJs yr t EFFORTS TO SETTLE SPAKRSfl1P RACE Demccratis Leaders GQme to Conclu sion TharjCjntest Would Be a Bad Thing Fobthe Party IDIAN1PbLIS1nid Nriy liJ ltortswil be mrtdeilo settle thc race for the Speakership of Pcpresenta tiyes witliin Hie next few days Dem ocraCe lc1 t r comingtd fieeeon- elpsionethat the contest between the November 21st- Wlnclraster f Opera HOUSE t E IfThat roipantic story of he Old South dramatized from Augustus J Evans famous novel Everybody knows the sfcGry and the play pleases bcusedimplay Firt time at popular prices 25J5and50c Monday Nov 21 1910 t i2ats oa sale at Strode f s DrugStoret i various elements that arc belong certain Speakership candidates would be a bad thing for the party on the eye of what promises to be a very important session of the Legislature The fact that National Committee man Taggart and his friends have shown a strong disposition to back WW Spencer of Indianapolis for the Speakership has aroused the friends of the other candidates and they are now beginning to grumble over the possibility of the rag alt- machine trying tr frame up the ileg islative orgailzjitionto suit its owl plans Taggart insists thathis only rpas 1lii1q 1 is in to support Spencer The latter is au poliIticsh latter has made in this city MARK1Sr CHICAGO Nov 18 WHEAT We believe this adverse crop toll coming from 1tigitiiJ3deifat spntp c 1ltlcteti1sUatc Ctroul various section ofovjountrj Ayhile the crop killers were r out and the leaders wisher to use poor lOp Hews to start a bull market It is conher vativc to calculate that Argentine will have a surplus of 100000000 bushels and possibly more a great increase yearsof wheat in this country over am retcrop which there is now scarcely a complaint is six million acres in excess of the harvested area from the last crop thllf otf ter exporting countries under selling this side the outlook mustt be considered bearish For the present with the trade must be content with the bul lish tactics of the local leaders As we stated yesterday morning this effort to churn the market and possi hIwork it up to a little better level for hedging purposes in May contracts suggests careful trading while it lasts CORNIt remained for a group of pit leaders to take the lead in forcing a break in corn on closing trades The average trader has been a little timidabout pressing the selling side because of light country offerings anti smallstocks The quality ofI the crop this year is so fine that a few thcntJ with mar kcting OATS Further break in corn will mean a decline in the oats market PROVISIONS Gelt says there are 17000 Jiog vs 19000 last year At Western Points we have packed since November 1 165 000 hogs less than the corresponding time last year The cash trade is fairly good RcIccjpl st6kIcrs000 five Yto ten lower G90750 nativeI2o395yqarjjhgs too 500 Lamp nr live fQOGloy western 25tn GOO t tliJ5S1ficd Advertisements insertlrvJ2c In sertions me a word for each additional In sertion lOc a word per month perIcents Nothing charged oi ooks for less than 25 cents FOR RENT Store room on corner of Maple and Broadway Immediate possession given Good tnndI For Insurance oai Your TobaccoI Office In McQdowncy Builldlqg Nom Phone 728 East Tenn 6f Insure In STROTHERS OLD RELIABLE Fire Inslrance and and Real Estate Agency OfFICECFraternitYB14st Phone i8r ROOMS FOR RENT on East Broadway Apply to Miss Kate Ramsey Ross store 1118 01 FOR SALE New organ Tiles Nl Todd phones 105 1118Gt PUR SALE Pure bronze turkeys Mrs J F Golden East Tom phouc3o2 1117lmo IFOR RENTCutiatge on Brown Court all rrtodern conveniences W A Beatty News ollic- e1031tf 14 t ITIFGRREPiT75acres good c laa now in clover and ready to pig t at once For money rent or good note App y to II W Eclon Ectons grocer ltl lUf f LOST COVi Strayed from my phut titilTrout ol November 13th a large red cov with dark nose and knees Any in whereaboutlaTetlit plumc42NrlittP 1117tf TUNGSTEN lAMPS The Winchester KailwajT Light si Ice Company in order to encourages the use of current have arranged with Ius to reduce the price of Tungsten Lamps to cost for the present- f 150 watt lamp 170 00 watt lamp 120 watt lamp JO 40 watt lamp 70 25 watt lamp and we in order to introduce a iiiini her of usef111clectricnlapplianccS are selling them at the lowest possible uiaTgin of profit for a few days WIN ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO WINCHESTER ROLLER MILLS The oldest and best institution the county is the Winchester RoHe Mills Why not use home flour thr best made Kerr perfection anr White Pearl flour has no eoual CINCINNATI TAILORING CO Between Auditorium and Brown Proctoria Hotel Preach Dry Cleaning pressing and dying AH worl guaranteed Phone 528 Winchester Kv ll82wks IWhen you buy coal from us you unnecessary delay in getting it Royse Boone 1118lf Potato chips 5 cents a package or 25 cents a pound at- TheWtnchester Bakery 111731 Fruit cakes angel food and layer cakes of all kinds at The Winchester Bakery ni72t jL F Shaip of Kntucky was rc SoIMrs Mary C Thaws appeal for harry K Thaws transfcr will be ar j guedat the January term of the New York Court of Appeals Lpuisvilles Jcoiuniittee i eiekng a alGty census for Kentuckys = lis arrived in Washingtonrtlday aEHAlCPTONl reatdCXOCOFr R o etifitit H Aft bier tt IC efiwltl National Bank Etfaibltnbed 1B65 1Acoounts tot Merchants Farmers Traders Solicited J Collection e adeQnI Points Capital and Surplus 35000 OCO FARM WANTED i 75 to 100 acres well improved and on good pike not more titan or 7 miles from Winchester TRACY STOKELY f ll ltf PENDLEION BUSH fBUSH Attorneys at Uw- 5tk Floor McEldowney Buildinit Winchester Ky LEWIS R HAMPTON IAttorneyst taw DffiQB6th Flqor JlcEidovrneyBuildr Special Attention to Collections Winchester Ky JM STEVENSON Attorney at LEW JO S gain St WInch2sterKy ompantlY FIRE AND TORN- ADOINSURANCE WINCH ESTERjJ XJ OFFICE h1cE1001 hEY Phone 145 t SHn IHANUI Standard Phonography the short est legible shorthand Taught by a course of individual lessons tIle best method of teaching known J C Lary 234 S Highland street Home phone 737 DRINK 1lJxiiKpl More Than Wet Notice to taxpayers vV You Lave but a few more days be fore the penalty is added Come and avoid the rush Under the present tax law I am compelledto collect all 1of the taxes by December 1st Yours respectfully W 0 BROCK Shc cf- r10lotf r rNow is tire timo to buy Red Star coal for winter mouths Boone ia4Stf NOTICE myhnsbandtire stock of goods including a geii eral line of groceries dry goods no tions etc J slsoTc4sc the build ing previously occupied by him at Becknervilje MRS SE YOUNG l 1 11 ltb r THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER I have secured the agency for this machine which is well known for its durability and good work Will be pleased to show the latest model 10 prospective purchasers Will sell either for ca h or monthly payment QC ROBBINS Kews lcct Save money by investing in Red Star coal now Jloyse Bqone 1114 3L WIHCHESIER IDEA =HUSTLE 4 r r fW j 7 f t r 4 w U j7 J I i I PaSI I THE WINCHESTER NEWS I jily The Will Of The People I ItjA iStpry of the Pardoning Power j iF 4OOlf fHJ pi utiii piJ iJ JOUETT SIMPSONiJ4L HW Ilr J Ir jE rff v Jl urr LIJJI jjju uifij i j l EroM ept qmbcfTuS te ding jMagazin e 11WI MWnKiUUSHI n a1psIi1cigar J m you mustgrnntthispar don t his friend was repeating slow ly and in italics for perhaps the twentieth time Theres no use in liblding out any longer Youve jus- tgottodo it Thje Governor achieved his light and svingirigl iaround in his chair ga ied moodily out of the window Sprngboncl come to the little southern thtiiiplayed about the green lawns clop buildingButones though he tunas for once failed to see them The cleanshaven heal thycolored almost boyish fncehe thM1ookmdthe steelTbhie eyes and the tmjip pedmouth I Di4khqpnittered h i1oalflloSt IJplolef Ja1zy Jazy afternoon they ihad beeil argjij wearybutgether for a final effort as he thought he saw the first sign of his friends yielding Yes of course I know how you feel abpufthat we all feel the same way But you must consider his po siti h and his family andhis moth eri Arid they are not asking muc- hnotCTilIpardonthey only ask you to cmmiite his sentence to life im prisonment God knows Jim thats jtjftnishment enough for any manes peojally fpryaman othis kinslt knil b5 lhtlready had the disgrace of a piibIicconyjotioujnud sonten1w rY J f iersonmlv1 It would rather b KaTigedhnd be dcjne with it than Sftrye tt life term But Dickif I granthim clemency now you know pardoninthesams pre sureTTTniaybe stronger jfth3tbe possihllie laughed a little bitterlyT be brought to bear olftbettnan who takes my place and fIfe n xtoue7 If you were a bet ting man wouldnt you give fivef tp onq1tliat ptwoit1jJie1afree m- nlqlil thaw ltofteaJTEjot fLemore J4qly9IJJGfg ii ti If lcrlliiftannthcr gpernordoejia f i6tito turn him loose you are not re BpohsibTe for that nre you 7IWcg cut in the Governor I would be responsible responsible forgiving him the chance to pardon him Its no use Dick The man ought to liangand hang he shall And all that pressure you speak pfrJamieson went serenely on as if there had been rio interruption doesnt that show1 how worked up Lie people aTe over the matter You ikrirtw that petition they are getting ilJi Mr Kincaid told me yesterday 1lnttlievoul1 haveh- L1PCSv1tDPi w n yo c Jd t hf9L94Jl WSek yic Pltr41iii 11 L11dsee here old rnan2lie c6nj tiriuedeajniestly as the harassed ex CcutLVqi1OVe1 uneasily in his L aihi going to give you some plon- talkingyou need itnml it is just ibis If yon dont grant this pardon its all up with you politically as lead a dog as ever was buried I think that my administration lias had the approval of the maiority of the best people of the State said the Governor somewhat proudly T Thats true enough it hasup to this time But that will not win you the nomlinition for Sonator next nferrth Quhilcy hasnt airy idea of letting you get his job aimay from him if he can help itand yon may be sure he will use this pardon ques tion for all it is worth1 and iwill be worth a good many thousand vot esthe way he will handle it Mor risyils father was a Confederate sold Wfou now a brigadier general Apd liey are one of the largest fam il bCflttb t a r r nIt cft MariReocratsi and a11I ietirjflCdfnnfl encetap tho r districts Thats really the meat of the whole matter Jim Even at this late day the people cant be reconciled to a member of their befortlwanaris stretching hemp like a com mon 1iOOeri- J It vas the crime of a common jugger again interposed the execu tis x lT ttrue too But hes not a coinrnpn nigger He is a Morrisy hl1 you cant afford to forget ItP yell Vnd Jiumieson sprang to his i fietI liave done all I can do Its vm to you 7pplaih case Everybody Jwanfs him pardoned if you let them UiVvewliiai they wantr they will send 1e Seriate if ydu dont they r Iu iJ Of course it is for you to e idenl1dhE turned to leave But jit the door heswung around and came back His eyes grew rJmost femininely soft iwjfchi the admiration and affection this strong young lead er seemed so easily to arouse in hi followers Think it over Jim he begged resting his hand almost caressingly on his friends shoulder I know you want to go to the Senate and we need you there Qninley has gone to training with the wron crowd these last few years And the people want to send you Let em do it You have a great career ahead of youoh I have heard more i spoilitif you cant get a little commonsense in your head and in a few years when this absurd prejudice against a southerner has died out a little more maybQ well put you in the White House Who knpws The Governor laughed as he held out his hand Thank you old manrf or ypuradr yice mid plainspeaking I will think jit over carefully Jhayen fe yday yet But dont start trying to put those fool presidential bees in my bonnet please Say Dickas the other turned again to leave changing the sub ject a trifle are you going down to Miss Westons house party Friday Am n Well I should say Have you seen her Seen whom I reckon you have not or you wouldnot be askingl Why Miss Mer riraan the fair visitor from Neft it York I have seen her she and Kitty Weston came up tp the Qglesby if Monday night for the hopYon ought to have been there ShesaireguJai Trwell Ill let you see fpr Y9nVWJf 6utprhes the ldnd4hatgvoW6 qlr t you smd with this enigmatical utterance ypung Mr Jaimeson whistler himself gaily through the puter of flees of thOhiej Executive of the State as it sucha prpblem as ob- aiujng chmil1cyfm a qonderaned criminal hind never entered his mind Early Fridpy afternoon with tin clear conscience wbich comes of cleared dqsk Gpyernpr teyens tool hWfrom the Capital a short d sjta ict pjitrfroni LSI whence thsecciidrij- ofestCjity the S qt scheduled to make an address Satur f day afternoon to the Con deral Veterans in connection with a me morial service in honor of one oi their local heroes The house party was a small in formal affair The Westons wen old friends as were all the young people except Miss Merriman Whei s he was introduced to the fair New Yorker Stevens looked closely to se what it was that had so aroused Jamiesons enthusiasm He saw tall slender lighthaired rather quiet looking girl not greatly different from other pretty girls hehadseeii unless it was the eyes ijhey wer brown but he Ihad seea brown eye before tlacgenot too large und- hada tiickat times of looking aV One while she talked as if she wer wondering if he would not help hei if she weiQ in distress He told him self that they mould be wonderful irresistible if ever they looked on a man with tenderness They were partners at bridge afte supper and he more than once re called with a smile Jamiesons ru mark Shes the kind that grows on you r It was truesIle certainly was Once he caught her looking at him over her cards with a searching anxious almost beseeching glenm in her eye that startled hiiri She drop ped her eyes quickly as he looked up That girls in some trouble was- hhis quick thought But what is she looking at me for The next morning they were seated on the grass under the shade of a large oak He had been teaching her mumblepeg but she had wearied of the game and now leaned almost in silence against the tree at her back Stevens was waiting He was a quick reader 6f rom mid of some slomen and lie had foreseen for the last liajfhour of their idling that she was nerving herself for some dis tasteful effort At last it came Are you going to pardon that than she asked abruptly Stevens straightened up in sur prise So that was it Was every body to take a hand in this thing I rather think not he answered her slowly But I dont know They are pressing me very hard It seems they all want it It ought not to be done kNot all she protested There are some women whoT she broke J Jt1 J off a sudden painfmSush motiIfiuig her cheeksiYou dont knowthe girlsure ly he exclaimed N6 But there was a girlOh Governor Stevensshe sprang to her feetjyou must think me very bold to speak to you of such a mat terbut there was a girllike this onennd when I think of it He was on his feet now staring at her in amaze What iwas the trouble he had seen in her eyes the night before 7 When I think of itshe went on brokenly great waves of color surg ing across her face I feel thatoh- f I could make you feel what I feel there would be no pardon But before Stevens could shape an answer Mrs Weston appeared com ing across the yard After an early dinner the whole party drove into town for the speaking A waiting committee of veter uis promptly took the Governor itrI charge arid escorted him to the Op era House When he appe red lbh rhe stage he was given a liehrfiy re1 eption more enthusiastic tF fact han he had1 dared hope for as this Section of the State was supposed to be partial to Quinley in the Senator val race now drawing to a heated close A band was playing a medley of popular airs the house was pack ed downstairs and in the balcony latecomers wedged tightly in the open spaces between the chairs and the walls Quite a little attempt har been made at decoration Suspended from the ceiling was a huge red white and blue rosette arid from S a center festoons of bunting swung to the walls Across the fron f the balcony extended a row bf icr rl icouplcsthc stars andstrip giboo4ti1 illliM ftH ra1Ms d qlr oJ hung iagd r portrait o lie Presidentfor ofIafe1 years ii lad become the fashiori for these lIe roes of the Lost Cause to boast wit jjride of their loylaty to the Govern rient while across on the other sid he noble features of General Le ooked down from beneath the Star ind Bars Stevens shook hands with most of tlie twcrLtyor thirty Womlnerit citi Vens already on i1esa JnlthC1 Iras r fn illescorted to tue seat lcUJtJft iffijjiiill LJL ul TlihtlwouIuith14ir medleS ivith Dixie bringing the audience te ts feet with a tumultuous yell Tin finale came to u close with a resound ng crash land the people dropped nistling back into their seats chat tering laughing an occasional yel till leaping across the house Tin Governor turned expectantly toward the chairman He was impatient t get to work He was a good speak r and he knew it today he felt hI was going to outdo himself Thi nudience seemed friendly the musit Jmd put them in the best of goof humors and he felt that hehadr speech that would please th in The Judge apparently ihsvMting or something FollowingiHeBir- Hon pf his gaze Stevens saw a d htf motion in the crowd about the doorj A small compact body of men seemer to be making a determined effort ti force their way to the front Th people gave way before them slowly but in a goodnatured encouraging- way there were little cries of- NMnke way there fellows Let em through Give em room there in front cant you All over the house men were climbing up on their hairs to see Soon the group reach ed the center aisle and marohed rap1 dly and determinedly down toward the stage Then the applause broke out again but its tone now was different from that of the ovation that ad been given the Governor and the beloved Dixie There were no cheers only a clapping of hands but then was a vigor a businesslike ring tp it which seemed to imply that tins was a serious important matter and that the little body of men making the advance had the full support and backing of thos behind It seemed almost to voice a threat to anyonp who might oppose Steadily it grew in volume until the party reached the brass railing that ran cross in front of and below the stage then slowly Excellency the lender called courteously as he came to a halt The Governor rose from his chair and came slowly forward to the side ofa table near the footlights His lips were closed tightly and a sub dued flash had shone in the light blue eyes from the moment he recognized tU1I Governor Stevens began the leader 1 have the honor to be the chairman ofa committee appointed by a mass meeting of my fellowj cjijizens to present to you on their be half a matter of much impprtmice The Governor raised his hand ioraing forward a step p1 e3ljl1IDwnfl IIj iiXe sid iJ Judge Mea h 1pJf thii1 appoint inent tintilefoi ft pNh ttI lihI was invited re1J ipftddress h6 people of Lawrence on a siibject of their own choosing Do you think it would better for your commit tee tp confer wjth me at some other time iindplacl But the Judge was not to be put tpff If Your Excellency pleaseswe the committee are but obeying the commands of those who appointed more than one thousand of om very best citizens We are conscious of the fact that we are encroaching on time Your Excellency hail kindly at our peoples solicitation set aside for another purpose and fot that we pray your indulgence plead ing in excuse only the very liveh enso which we have of the justice e and the urgency of our cause Wr beg Your Excellency to hear us I fTheStableK 0IL HVeryJrell sirhe said simp1n The old grayhaited Judge lauribh1 ed inf hiM speech He liad fepoken W his iuseas one ofr justice bhthr pledonly for mercymercy for thinans mother rather than for the nan himself He spoke earnestly and eloquently for some ten or flu teen minutes and when he stoppet tnd drew back he was rewarded witlla generous round of applauserNext a tall spare stoopshould red scholarlylooking man took uj the plea He began slowly in low ven exquisitely modulated tones as vas the manner of this most con vincing logical speaker among tin Attorneys of the whole South Bu iist adl ienterlhgijtFPhn Hiil lt 1aii fcss76Ti of We e1t4WStvljfjlj hill1 LfThoiei1 he OlHl mlob rfiSelffieUffrijj y W Iftyiligr stress o1il hHsmallriW 13 r Wm mferoy 1libthlthkiiig H pointed out that they were not seek ing a full pardon they were simpl legging that this young mnnthh familynightshameful death of the scaffold The egged he repented and emphasized nly the sliglft boon ofai lifes im prisonment drid then he pictured with all the skill of the great artist n words thai he Was the horribh letaiTs 6f flie im risUhed felons lift tthlb kfllilery lIfe cfliuiiiiUt ll uiic1ifPr1id i dHflffeWWftbcHfjfbdltifii4tlR4 Wffic nVirrow tUl itlHcl b1df IJt jJforrfrrytliir 5tit death Siirely surelyltliat war punishment sufficient for any man crime The Governor let his gaze travc mt over the mass of upturned face icfore him At first he had beet ndignant angry He felt that h vas not being treated fairly the vere taking an advantage of him ii pubicngthe successful effort to take bin Y surprise bpre too strongly tIn tppearance of attempting to forci lis l t tland fighti g spirit had been iroused Quickly atifttetfioughf Bits he to the lriv yersbfean out incisive Vord aiid lobfced on m the silent eager alert traihdd forward trtd1i every s3ictable he began IP waver It witsclear enough where their sympathier laynnd these last few wa beginning to seem as if all the peoplit of the State were of the same mind Why not let tlierh have what they vtinted What was he one man te standout against these three old vet erans of life who were here pleading before those thousands for whoir they spoke Should he let his littleapetty personal pride at meeting what he felt was almost a chrJlenge stand in the way of doing what was righte and that in a matter of life and death Were it not better to err in mercy than in severity As he pondered in indecision his eye chanced to fall on the crossed nags on the balcony railing directly before him 1he red white arid blur that his father and her himself had fought for and tlie red and yel lovof her ieent enemy Spain Spin 2 Qnickelthn rt the wings of ie morning his mind darted back io a scene of years ago of Jii boyhood when he with rMother lad arid a go141 en haired lassie hind wandered alone one summers day among the sandy dunes ot the far southwest and a Spaniard had come to join them He drew in his breath with a sharp little gasp and His lips hardened in lines of steeL The light blue eyes suddenly were eyes of fire He made noygfrsture no movement of his body but the quick eye of the great Iayerruiiel to gauge the ef JuryVthough strive ftse might lie could L not read with certainty its meaning In a quandary fearful he faltered a moment and then with a few more sentences dexteriously woven togeth er so as to intimate that the great de mocrn tic party would be glad to pro mote the fortunes of one who would not go c contrary to their wishes in a n4atferso dear to their hearts he closed Insrlrgument The threat hid been veiled in wellrounded soft spoken phrases courteous in every syllable but it was there patent to all and the Governors eyes burned the more fiercely at tlie applause which greeted it The audience rustled forward expectantly as Colonel Harrison step ped forward This was the member of Congress from Stevens own dis trict Of all men who had worn the Gray he was the idol or the thous ands of Confederates still among the living of the State A man of magnificent appearance with a record foi courage ability and honesty no less brilliant in peace than in war one oi the most eloquent orators of his time whose silvery tones held as entrancr ad his colleagues at Washington as they did his neighbors in the little outhern town he was indeed a pow r in the land His speech was in some respects flI repetition of what had been saidbeI ore yet as unlike as the alluring persuasive thrilling tones ofa Calve pfe from the unformed note f1village school gullitHis plea at first wasgeneralrat jnight almost have been a sermon Mercy for its test But such sermon It was in defense of the poor the needy aye nndof tin guilty that he had scored his great est triumphs had touched the loftiest heights of eloquence had sounded the depths of the human soul TIn ich sweet appealing voice a yoici vith the resonance ofa silver bell the simple moving phrases the ring ng appeals pleading only that tin severity of justice might be tempera vith mercy wrung the hearts of hh learers with compassion Jlc toueJjedj briefly on the crim naps fqtvrg- sitlcmatijjof hightniYf1efufUnriq J tlj tIfl tn alkil tJJp J3c9Qf yet3pineeiliadbeji rjward JJH iw worfts qpnj lemning yet indulgent pitying h iketched the career of the reckles nit brilliant and lovable son Tliei inally he spoke of the mother tji efined gentle old whitehaired moth nwhose heart was torn with an jnisb at the approaching fate pf he nlyson and when vhq spoke for IB spoke for the m9thcrtcwht romanhqo d pf thefSouthJ 5Ciew n ntofJhJJecStthi uwrcmtletSUti idcEeat naijepaj thlVrotldn1zfMlioh q lpeVfNJTthttpPelfltit1ilearest lumber might not have her poor oh lead brought down in sorrow am hamc to death There was a moments strainer ilence as the old hero sat down am hen with a yell the audience was oi ts feet All power of reasoning rudgraent had left them It was n lowling frenzied emotional mob heers cries exclamations rang icross the house Even in the uproar omen could be heard sobbing am tying over in corner one witct sharp hysterical scream fell fnintJ cti The Governor stood quietly by tin little table looking out upon the ex rented throng he stood stolidly quarely planted on his fet hands at his sides alrnost like oldier at attention The doggeq uietness of the man made plain tin act to those few who still hrd eye o see that in spite of the persist nt clamor of these people befon lim he was master of the situation The cleancut face above the broa1 boulders was white and tense Tin lips were lines of steel and then was the glint of steel in the blue eye s he swept his gaze over the houseI For a full minute and yet another the din continued and then surpris d a little awed by the hard de peopIestration changed its tone Here and there could be heard an angry ex clamation a muttered oath rs if already they realized that they were not to have their desire Its all up said one man less excited titan the others turning to his neighbor They may break him but they cant bend him And they will bniak him too No Senate for Jiiri SVevVns now and he knows it Butthat wont make him do it damn him Suddenly the Governor raised hit hand As if an electric bolt had touched at the same moment every man woman and child in the house there was quiet Once more he swept his glance across the house then dropped it to the committee waiting for Imp He took a step forward resting Jiis hand on the table at his side Judge Meachem Mr McCarty Colonel Harrison members of tin committee he began I say to you frankly thatl cannot take it in good part that you have come to me today and addressed me as helleI have His voice was low and but vibrant with suppressed passion I think I had the right to expect fiom you a different course Ypu claim to be nayj I knowjithat you aremy friends personalfyiends as wellas political support rtyand yet you come to me today before this vast body of people my friends ju well as yours and ask me to do thi thing whicht you know should not be done You Judge Meachem began by saying your cause was one of jus tice yet in your pleading you begged only for mercy You do not want penertjusticehold the honor of our noble South ern womanhood you are asking me to give immunity to the mrn who vould abase it in the oUist His tones grew colder sharper as he went on There was the splinter jf an icicle as his words cut the 1 arguments to pieces He paused a moment and the silence in the house was as the silence of a desert place ut night Themnl1htaL two trials fail trials before impartial juries he had the benefitof tIle best legal advice the isbeyonc1huestion ulAnd this verdict you aslcune tr et asitle1ttfdwhyi Nob inhibit lame oP Justiceyou skIt but in Vlercy1 And not in mercy for th nan you know he deserves none aut for his moth r u Men for the moment his voic softened there came a little quivei men the mother has been to me have heard her brokenhearted pleas leI sobs her anguished appeals foi he life of her boy1 and before God cursed the day I was raised to the ligh position with which you hav icnored mebut if I could resist he tears do you think you can move m vith your words silver and gok though they be iOolnel Harrispn I have the hon jr of calling you my friend When I jnteredohticSiJ was known as you- t9rotegaand haye pJYwybm proudof it findVtp ypus inorpthaV any other pne man lqe the fac hat I npwisjt jgUle Governor ibaiv JYou sppkenfor me up anc 9icebroughtoJld cbmuadofL n msnll1now you you who made my qlecton possibje lho perguadedypur friends to sup ort me on thegipivnd that I wcs just man and that we needed justice jathe State more than all else yoi isk me to stultify my gcordgo bad nnty promises dohiqry thin wcwJd1nnlxwheayop srietqlicdcmina J y p hMercy is lieautiful yes the verji mile of GQd But is Mercy alli Shall Justice count for naught W Cannot have both For you know nd I knows that if in this case I grant Mercy Justice is groundun her our feet You speak for the mother yor eg for heroh God my heart goe ut to her in her purity her good tess and her anguish Oh m iriends and as he stretched hu great strong hands out over them hit oice was thick with grief oh that s the pity of it the pity of it thu Voice was almost a wail Htlre jinno cut must suffer wIth the guiltytj norc than tire guilty That has al vaysbeen tlle way will always be thti vay so long agijod women must vil men Butoh the pity of it His vpice had almost broken 4is h paused lie ran his eyes dim with un died tears over the silent tens Mirorig before him But in a flash the fire leaped t them and he turned again to tin committeeYou Inm hard he said You call me heartless Listen Y6r have seen the mother 6fthmnn too have seen her But have you seen the mother of the girhthii broken dishonored ruined girl7 Sin ilso came to me that mother ccom m tears with sobs and supplication even as the other Not a woman of any great pretensions nor of wealth but a good clean honest soultorn woman She had no influence m great circle of friends she did not bring with her congressmen and thouglJrsbecame to nsk nttny a1ds4iwns only little thing Justice piAgain he eantetoapause t Jifeatures twitched ai some recollection Hefcnqie lQ8eII tit the footlightsy his oyesglecming1hit of fire as he at grayhairedmen Did any of you gentlement and his voice grew hoarse with tIn hoarseness of one who has witnessed horrors unspeakable Did any of you gentlemenI ask a foolish ques tion ever see a woman he caught himself up sharply As they shrank back from him in terror no le s of his eyes than of the word he had l but it wasnot a4laughtoQake his hearers join him in his merriment pulled up his qoatslee e IQqicklhe the button turned back he lout the bare wrist across the footlights Do you see that scar he whis pered As one man his hearers lean ed forward breathlessly Apdis iCinR answer tda Summons qjnarrovfM shaft 6f sunlightishotKdowu tbihghi a window high in the western wall ttwrnynthtetrethhitdY eneipiinthe s b o1iejItI JIll hiK tDoyoitiee It asked the Gqvcrr nor Its mate is on my other wrist and they are on my ankles They worol made by a rawhide lariat Lister Twentyfour years ago I a bo twelve tha friend a year oidoil and his sister a goldenhaired lit fid lass of my age rode out alone from a camp among the sandhills of New Mexico We rode without thought pf danger and presently we were joined myfriendsSeveral hours later we were found campTheridden out that sunny afternoon a happy carefree manly boy was led back under the starlight a forilhh chattering mPutfiingifmbedile And fcizbeth my HH18J goWenhairtdi sweetheartLizbethylchjild though phe wnsfor sftctttw swthle horror bf it and the shame peVSuadejl ittlegij1fzieqda yisitor tp stoiI ibtfnthers pisfolptand shit heiaqit hrough thcheadr I uf tl You say that I am hard I plead ruilty To such as he I am hard Boy though 1wasantl sorely hurt I helped hunt him down a bullet front my rifle brought him from Jiis horse as he tried to dash through the lines closing in around him Hard 7 Yes and I take no shame to myself be cause of it For twenty years that hardness has lain in my heart and doubt not will go with me to my grave For the first time be broke from the restraint that had held hirajond htirledhis worTh clarToifrWnfedyhiM1 irteaT sparelyP MI fhfc uf IfbMiFH uafeHL WJf wrt 1fj tiogv nydnre1iJtd 1hNt th tp QPliYVU this marl lp rUhil dUm t the ltWiIQt wish the law to demand Of hRnltlre just penalty of his crime 1 amt cSdh warned in words courteously clrbsqhj but threateningly plain tliat theljgreat democratic partj of this SldteW n further honor a man whbpernTtiW the just Taw to be enforced iff th4 ease To that I haVe orilytdBiiy that the great democratic patty knows now if it never knew5lfdfii istwhiittthitF fia man imYtftuTjf thtaereaVityIifr J1lgtt Iitt iVis1Ufff ees to declare that Jam not a prop er manto bcitssta ffatdaiia sohe it r Fxfr be Tt fr mGfedW iittempt to say them tihiixnd he brought his clenched fist down in his open palm with a report that resounded through the hall like a pistol shotUbut for the present I am Governor of this State and I say to you that I shan decide this ques tion which has been brought before me according to what I believe to be right and regardless of mliat any men or any set of menor arty par tymay threaten as to my political future And I say to you people you jvov pnce orall that as God is my jiidgeP suddenly ho paused and tyjs voicedroppedrandIBay it in al- ltevereneehe raided his hand above his head and hirtoiSSwatf no more than a solemn whispe but notti raan in the farthest corn f but who 4 heard his wOrRliifiWthe Great Almighty God the God of Justice wither my arm in its socket if everI While Governor of this Stat fnifo mete out full and exact justice to lYe man who has committed this manp erimer Dropping his arm to his sjda he stood for a moment looking hid people full in the face then lurniripr gave a curt nod to the scared chair nan and walked from the stage f For some seconds the audience srtt paralyzed then a shiver seemedtt nass over it and suddenly a mn a down in the front row a grizzled ol veteran in gray sprang to liisfcet And by God hes right hayoU ed at the top of his voice iThe Governor cametioiit of the stage door and passing the main eii trabcej Started quickly i down i the street Hdlieard rapid light steps bdiindi bim aml iismame called As he ththc1fMi s Merriinnn oamo run riin oup iI Ji j0OlI GdMtthbrStevcnsi sbogajh n erd holding oiitJboth her liam1stsH4t cheeks were hushed and the gentle brown eyes were full of tears Oh it wag grand magnificent I have carried a hardness in my heart all these years and now you havo softened it II was the child who got the pistol i What he cried wondering Yes I wasLizbetiis frierrtr the visitor from the East YOU would Inot remember me of course I have never forgotten that Iaynor ever Continued on Page 2