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DEMOCRATS ARE
GALLED TUMEET
JVfn a Caucus Session by
Champ Clark t
HE OUTLINES PARTYS POLICY
rtsim of Tariff by Separate
Schedule is to Be De
bated
I
PARSES PLEDGES TO BE KEPT
Washington D C Doc 22Tho
Democratic gettogether bugle blast
was sounded today and with rhyth
mlc step the representatives of De
mocracy fell In line
It was In the form of a call for a
caucus of nil the Democratic mem
berselect to the Sixtysecond Con
gress to bo hold In Washington on
January 19
Representative Clayton of Ala
bama tho Chairman of the Demo
cratic caucus drew up the call and
every Democratic member of the
House who could be reached attach
ed his name to it Champ Clark tho
prospective Speaker heading tho
listAt
At the conferences of tho leaders
i < whch have been going on from time
I Alrae It was agreed to dispense
Ah the preliminary caucus of Dom
Alme
I ratio members of the present
House and to Issue the call to all the
memberselect to the incoming
v House
Tho caucus will be for the pur
pose of considering party action and
outlining a plan of procedure Thls
I will Include the subject of tariff re
f i vision and also the changes In the
roles of the House That there will
undoubtedly be such changes in the
rules as to provide for a Committee
on Committees or some other meth
od to take the appointment out of
ar the hands of the Speaker seems as
sured
Champ Clark in a long statement
virtually pledges himself to such a
change and declares ho does not
care tho snap of a finger for tho
powferi of appointing the committees
committeesMould
Mould seem to settle the mat
t more important from a mate
tandpolnt so far as the country
ornod Is his declaration in rev
to a revision of the tariff He
fits the Democratic victory last
ith as a demand from the people
for further changes In the tariff
schedules and this the Democratic
party he maintains should respond
to
Personally he prefers a revision
schedule by schedule all has been
commended by President Taft but
he clatms that the authorship of this
plan Is Democratic Instead of Re
publican
January 19 was selected as the
I date for holding the cone Pl e Abe
cause It Is two days following the
Democratic jollification which Is to
take place In Baltimore at which
there will be present some two or
three thousand Democrats from all
parts of the country and represent
I ing all shades of opinion In confer
once
i PASSION PLAY YIELDS
1 9407150 SEASONS RECEIPTS
The gross receipts of this years
Passion Play at Oberarnmergau ° are
omdaUl reported as 76160 tAt
fTJ f
r tor defraying the costs of the pro I
FOOD FOR HEAR
1fI4eat t 300ft
Ma 240 I
altof
i + 1JeUecI00 s I
EMI 21 doc
VettUM BOOB
1
This represents a fair raI I I
t don for a man for a year
But some people eat and
eat and grow thinner This
metes a defective digestion II i
HwHtwuItab food Alarge I
size bottle ofI
colts Emulsion
v
< Ws in BoarishiBf proper
till ten pounds of meatt
II t
11 Y4rpbyslcian caa teI y
l DqIIf it does it
rot I sin BT ALL DBuaasrs
ti t iaead r Y tlilaJIetIt I 4I
3k k sAd 0hIJ4 BktM Sook
J aGeeiLrkrr = r t
I T 409 Part St Kw Toils y
1
j
ductlon and other Incidental expcat l
eI 324100 remains tp be distribut
edand 1 191600 to be divided
among 860 performers
The managers of tho play must
cal directors chief cashier and por
trayers of Christ Pilate Catphas
Herod and Speaker of the prologue t
will receive 626 each for 6 months
services the other salaries to be In
proportion to the Importance of the I
respective roles The men and wom
en who played so vividly as members
of the crowds In the streets of J
rusalom will receive 30 cacti and I
school children J7BO each
Two thousand six hundred and I
twentyfive dollars will be given to
the poor and tho balance of 108
760 will remain in the village treas
ury for communal purposesBer
lin Cor New York Times
KENTUCKY WAS lUST TO
CHAMPION CHAMP CLARK
The first delegation boom for
Champ Clark for Speaker was start
ed when the Kentucky Democratic
members formally endorsed tho Mis
sourian An Associated Press dis
patch from Washington says
Friends of MrClark say his elec
tion Is now assured and that there is I
no other candidate in the field and no
real opposition They say Mr Clark
already has received positive pledges >
more or less equivocal from twenty
five others and that of the remaining
Democrats In the total of 227 In the I
next Democratic Congress virtually
all of them are expected to rally to 1
Clark The Kentucky delegation in
endorsing Clark for Speaker and
Former Congressman South Trimble I
for Clerk of the House adopted the
following resolutions
Whereas The Hon Champ I
Clark by virtue of his Icjng exper
ience as a representative In Con
gress by his distinguished service as I
leader of tho minority by his ablo
arand attractive defense of the princi
pies of his party by his tact his pa
tience his consummate knowledge of
human nature rare courage and con
servatism has done much to bring
about perfect union In his party >
which Is In such striking contrast at
the present time with the confusion
and disorganization of our political I
opponents we are firmly convinced
that he is in every way eminently
suited for the high and responsible I
position devolving upon the Speaker
of the Houao of Representatives in
the Sixtysecond Congress
Resolved That we endorse the I
Hon Champ Clark for the position of
Speaker in the Sixtysecond Con
gress and agree to use every honor
able means to secure his election
In Memoriam
Little Sadie May Wright daugh
ter of A P and Fannie Wright was
born Oct 9 and departed this life
Nov the 28tb 1910
The golden gates were open wide
A gentle voice said Come
And angels from the other side
Welcomed our loved one home
We must bow with submission to
Him who hath said Suffer little
children to come unto Me for of
such is the kingdom of heaven
Around the little grave we linger
When the sun Is sinking low
Feeling all our hopes have perished
With the flower we cherished so
y Her Aunt Martha B
The peculiar properties of Cham
berlains Cough Remedy have been
thoroughly tested during epidemics
of Influenza r and when It was taken
In iewe have not heard of a sin
gle caseof pneumonia Sold by
all dealers m
TURKEYS BRING > 10000
TO ANDERSON COUNTY
Lawrenceburg Ky Dec nThe
turkey pens of Hawkins Company I
of this city cYosed today for the sea I
son Over twenty thousand of the
birds were slaughtered and shipped I
to Boston and other Eastern mark
ets Higher prices were paid thisI I
year than over before and approxi
mately 40000 was paid to thoI I
farmer wives of Anderson county I
Their Happy Home
what were your father and moth
er quarreling about this morning 1
Wllllo Ma claimed pa would be married I
ngnln inside of n year If she died
and be dented that hed over got
married again If he was lucky
enough to get out of It this time
Just Like a Sinn
0 hurry up there growled the
waiting husband
My dear replied the wife wav
ing her curling Ion in the air tp cool
1
It a bit you must give me time for
this You know a womans crown
ing glory la her hair
Ratal muttered her huslandt
b
An Impression Corrected J
Did the auafence weep while I
w raa singing asked the tempera 1
mentdt soprano j I
i
No replied the music director Kt
lot mere making that noise Hlby
our elf I
t
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THREE HUNDRED
KILLED BY BLAST
That Swept Through Col
liery Near London
SECOND ENGLISH PIT HORROR
In a YearIn the Former One
130 Miners Were the
Victims
rilE KING OFFERS SYMPATHY
London England I December 21
Another mine horror must be added I
to the castiistrophcs of 1910 before
the dawn of the hew year This time
tho scene of dlsustor Is in Dolton In
the North of England where 300I I
colliers lost their lives today In an
explosion In the little Hutton Col
lIery of the Hutton Colliery Com
pany located a short distance outI I
side of this city
The explosion occurred early InI I
tho morning soon after the miners I
had entered the pit to begin workIts I
force was terrific and later Investi
gation showed that the lower pas I
sages had been blocked
Heroic efforts were made by res
cuers all day but a fierce fire which I
followed the explosion prevented
the rescuers from penetrating be
yond 400 yards Into the workings
At 930 oclock all tho rescuers
were called out of the mine and aI I
conference was held at which Gov
ernor Inspector Gerrard the engin
eers and the mine manager were
presentInspector
Inspector Gerrard issued a report
after making a descent into the pitI I
In which ho stated that it was im I
possible that any of the miners weroI I
still alive Ho added that nothing
could be done except bring up 20I I
bodies found lying near the shaftI I
This report was communicated to
the anxious crowds around tho pit
mouth after which the Bishop ofI I
Manchester conducted a touching I
service in the open air and the peoI I
pIe slowly dispersedI I
No explanation Is given as to the
cause of the explosion which com
pletely wrecked the mIneI I
This Is the second great mine dis c
aster In England this year an ex
plosion having occurred In the Wel
IIngton Colliery at White Haven
Cumberland on May 12 In which I
130 miners were killedI
i I
The disaster today resulted InI I
the temporary disablement of the
machinery whereby tho cages are
lowered and drawn to the surface
considerable time before
and it was beforeI i I
the rescue party reached the bottom
In all they brought out eight men
still living but tho most of themI I
were in a serious condition from the
noxious gasesI I
Ten bodies were also moved and
20 additional bodies were foundc c
partly covered by heavy falls of coal
The lIre Is still raging fiercely and
It Is supposed that many who were
not killed by noxious fumes were I
burned to death The scenes ofI
mourning were indescribably sadI I
As always on the occasion oily ucb
disasters the anxious throng includ
ed naifcrazed wives and walling
children and the pitiable spectacle
familiar to coalmining districts
One of the miners who escaped
said that the force of the explosion
was such that the limbs of many
were blown off The report was
heard at points several miles dis
tant
Among the Incidents was the
death of a rescuer who anxious to
save his sons who word entombed I
went In advance of his comrades
and forfeited his life in afterdamp
The King has sent a touching mes I
sage of sympathy
A sprained ankle will usually dis
able the Injured person for three or
four weeks This Is due to lack of
proper treatment When Chamber
lains Liniment is applied a cure may
be effected In three or four days
This liniment is one of the best and
most remarkable preparations in use
Sold by all dealers m w
lle solution of Respect
Atabaska Tribe No 256 I O R
M Cromwell Ky
Whereas On Dec 13 1910 the c
Whereas on Dec 13 1910 the j
Great Spirit saw proper to call Bro a
G D GUI trap across the dark river b
of Death into the Hunting Grounds I p
beyond and I tt <
Whereas In his death a link in t
our chain has been broken thus ad ei
monishing us that we too must go ow
be it soon or be It late therefore be D
t si
Resolved That we extend to
isle father mother and brother b
jour tenderest sympathy In this fl
trying hour of sad bereavement 9
and commend them to the Saviour
who wept white on earth and who tJ
1
<
j c r
r >
will fold the arms of his protecting
love ajound those who trust Him
Be it further
Resolved that as a mark of our
esteem and fraternal remembrance
of his many j virtues that these reso
lutions be spread upon the records
of this tribe lie published in each
of the county papers and a copy be
sent to his fattier and mother
ROSCOE JAMES
T WADE STRATTON
OSCAR ALLEN
ALLENCommittee
Committee
POWER OF MONEY IN
CHINA IS INESTIMABLE
The rich Chinaman if condemnel
to death nasly procures a substi
tute Some poor wretch without
money to aecure his spirits from be
coming wandering devils with the
price of his miserable life can pur
chase proper care for his spirit Any
thing in act can be done if you
moneye
It is this belief that causes tIE
Chinaman to commit suicide by tak
ing his life on the premises of his
enemy to take vengeance on himI I
His spirit he believes will forever
haunt him There Is another reason
also he knows that as sure as fate
the officials will under such circum
stances come down upon his enemy
and strip him of everything
Poor Chinese have been known to
sell everything they possessed tear
down their houses to sell the tim
ber sell or rent out their wives aid
children and even sell themselves to
procure money for tho proper rites
for the peace and comfort of the an
cestral spirits One thing alono ne
will not dn namely sacrifice hU
sonNatlonnl Geographic Maga
zinc
OBITUARY NOTICES
It would bo a pleasure to publish
obituary notices of friends without t
charge but owing to tho large terri
tory covered by The Herald and the
spacg r
would be required every woek for
that purpose It Is Impossible for us
to print obituaries entirely free
Therefore we are compelled to
charge for such notices at the rate
of one cent per word for all over 150
words To ascertain the cost count
six words to tho line and remit ac
cordingly News Items concerning
deaths are published free
Frequently obituary notices are
sent with no name or postoffice ad
dress given merely the given names
or none at all In which cases we are
unable to notify the senders by let
er of our rule In a case of this sort
no disrespect is meant by seeming to
ignore the communications but we
have no way to reach the party tf
Her Scheme
Mr HolmeAnnie heres a hole
In my shirt
Mrs Holme a club woman
Thats all right your coat will cover
It
Mr Holme Yes but theres a
hole In the coat too
Mrs Holme Well youve got an
overcoat havent you
Truo to Their Names
A New Jersey man named his twin
sons Roosevelt and Taft A friend
asked him recently how they were
getting along
Famously was the answer
Taft digs steadily into his breakfAst
a
bowl while Roosevelt yells and
pounds him over the head with a
spoon
Proof
have you forgotten that 5 you
owe me
meNot at aft Didnt you see mo
try to dodge into that doorway
WEAK WEARY WOMEN
Learn the Cause of Daily Woes
and End Them
When the back aches and throbs
When the housework Is torture
When night brings no rest or sleep
When urinary disorders set in
Womens lot is n weary one
There Is a way to escape these
woes
woesDoans
Doans Kidney Pills cure such Ills
Have cured thousands
Read this womans testimony
Mrs > Charles Stephens 526 Clay St
Owensboro Ky says I used Doans I
Kidney Pills and consider them to be I
good remedy They strengthened m y
ack and relieved me of the acute
pain When I felt better I stopped
taking them instead of continuing
their use until a complete cure was
effected I am improved in every
way however and can recommend
Deans Kidney Pills to all persons
Buffering from kidney trouble
Fqr sale by aU dealers Price 60
tents FoitorMllburjrvQot Bun > lo
Hew York sole agents for the United
StatesRemembertl1e
Remember the nameDoanl
and take no other
1Ioo
rI yLI I S <
l11
Failed in Health 1
My mother d dsix years ago writes Miss Ruth
RuthWar5t
children r had never been strong and this with the shock
of her death was too much for me
l failed in health I was tired aft the time and did
not want to go anywhere nor care for company I had
the headache all the time and such bearingdown pains
A very dear friend advised me to take Cardul as it
had done her so much good so I commenced to use it
and now I I am in good health
144 Take CARDUI
144The Womans Tonic
Womens pains are relieved or prevented and womens
strength is quickly restored by Cardui the womans tonic
You yourself know best if I you need it or not
notIf
If you do need it do not delay but commence to use
it at once Every day of delay only lets you slide further
down the hill
Dont wait then but begin to take Cardui today for its
use no matter how prolonged cannot harm you and will
surely do you good
Write to Ladles Advisory Dept Qitttanoota Medicine Co ChatUoooga Tens
lot Speck Initmcttoru and 5t ptge book Home Treatment for Women tent free
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MONUMENTS T
IONUMENT5Our
Our business Is devoted exclusively
to the Granite Marble and Stone
trade and being thoroughly practical
In same enables us to know your re
quirements We only handle the
very best Granite and Marble And
our reputation has been gained on
Just this close of work Let us
show you in dollars and cents that
it is to your Interest to buy of us
We gladly refer you to any of the
parties we have furnished as to our
honesty and responsibility In dealings
IThe Thomas
ThomasMonumental
Monumental Works
Hartford Ky
HAVE A
ROUGH RIVER
TELEPHONE
PLACED IN YOUR RESI
DENCE OR PLACE OF BUS
INESS AND PUT YOURSELF
IN DIRECT CONTACT WITH
THE
Long Distance Lines
TO ALL STATES
FOR THE COMPANYS SPECIAL
CONTRACT TO THE FARMERS
CALL ON OR ADDRESS
J W OBANON
OBANONLocal
Local Manager
ManagerHartford
Hartford Ky
W C SEXTON
Local Manager
Incorporated Beaver Dam Ky
SI II 8 E RAILROAD TIME T1
HLK AT IIAIITFOIID ICY
Time table effective Sunday Dec
Itli contains the following schedule
No 112 North Bound due 720 a m
IDally except Sunday
my
Daily except Sunday
No 115 South Bound duo 855 a in
Dally except Sunday
No 113 South Bound duo 140 p m I
Daily except Sunday
IT E MISCHKE Agt
Send The Herald n
theNEWSwe wil
f
appreciate itI I
n
Professional f Inds
r
J M PORTER
Attorney at Law
BEAVER DAM KY
Will practice his proltnlon In Ohio ri ado
olntng conntlea Special attention gltratoh
bulnc > ientruited to his care
FRANK L FELIX
Attorney at Law
HARTFORD KY
Will practice his profession In Ohloazd all
lining countlei and In the Court of Appralf
Jrlmlnal practice and Collections a specialty
Office In the Herald building
C X BARNBTT C B SMITH
BARNETT SMITH
Attorneys at Law
HARTFORD KY
Will practice their profession In all the outa
of Ohio and adjoining counties and In thr Court
of Appeal Collection ipeclaltr
Headquarters for
Building Supplies
If you need building ma
terial call on us Wo have
Rough and Dressed Lumbar
Doors Sash Moldings Floor
ing Ceiling Finish Siding
Lathes Shingles Column
Rubber Paper and Metal
Roofing Ridgeroll Cresting
and Guttering House and
Roof Paints Lime Paten
Plaster Cement Common and
Fire Brick Screen Doors and
WireBean
Bean Bros
West End Union St
Hartford = Ky
+ + + + + + + 44 + 4 + 44 +
+
I HARDWICK tests eyes
HARDWICK grinds lenses while
4 you wait 4
+ HARDWICK has two Graduate P
+ Opticians +
to HARDWICK has tho only Lens +
J1 Grinding Plant in Owensboro
f HARDWICK has tho only upto +
4 date Jewelry Store In Owens +
fr boro +
+ HARDWICK has a fine Jewelry +
+ Repairer P
+ HARDWICK has an Export En
+ graver +
tf HARDWICK has the Best Watch +
fr Repairer +
P HARDWICK is fine on Clock
Repairing +
4 + A
2i
5 You will never know what a
to fine atore Owensboro has until 4
> you see HARDWICKS You will 4
ftiaever know what HARDWICK
lean do till you try him +
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