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WHITE'S SLAYER IS
GIVEN LIFE SENTENCE
Verdict in John Bailey Case
Returned Soon After Court
London, Aug. 27. The popula
tion of England, Wales and Scotland
.according to the new census made
public this-week is 42,767,630 as
against 4 0,8 3 1,39 6 in 1911. rep
resenting an increase of 1,936,134
or 4.7 per cent.
Greater London's population Is
7,476,168, an increase of 3.1 per
ant 'n rnuntrles the nonulation is:
, England 85,678,530; Wales 2.-'
206,712; Scotland 4,882,288.
The census shows that there are
20,430,623 males and 22,336,907
females, an increase of 676,176
males and 1,259,958 females.
There is more Catarrh itl this section
Of the country than ail other dlsnies
put together, and (or year. It was sup
posed to be Incurable. Doctors prescribed
local remedies, and by constantly (ailing
to cure with local treatment, pronounced
It Incurable. Catarrh la a local disease,
.greatly Influenced by constitutional con
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Hall's Family Pills (or constipation.
The celebration of the seventh
birthday of James Lester Fulkerson
at the hospitable home of his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fulker
son, on last ' Thursday afternoon,
was a most enjoyable occasion, long
to be remembered by the little folks
Eight couples, sitting as quiet as
mice in the parlor, awaited tne com- Mt Vernon. Ky.. Aug. 31. John
ing of the little host, to whom this
V v. , . . . . Bailey was -found guilty of a charge
was iu ira ss gmu bu s uuv :
charming picture. of murdering Beverly White nt
When James Lester finally walk-1 Heidrick Station. Knox County,
ed in, with a bewildered look on his J April 7. by a Jury in the Rockcastle
face, he was greeted with shouts of Circuit Court in a verdict returned
laughter and the merrymaking be-t 9:55 o'clock today and his puu
gan. Each little guest brought a ishraent fixed at life imprisonment,
present which was duly admired and The verdict was announced without
appreciated. The children then re- demonstration being made,
paired to the yard where many' The case, sent here from Knox
games, old to the grown-ups, but County on change of venue, had
ever new to the young, were highly consumed more than a week. The
enjoyed. - Jury, which received the case at 1
At four o'clock they were called o'clock yesterday afternoon, was tle
to the dinine-room which was ! ayed " deliberations because of
preme court of the United States. A
bill. for their appointment has been i
recommended to the president and '
congress by Attorney General j
Daugherty, the chief Justice said..
The new Judges would be appointed
for life and would be assigned toj
any district where they were need-1
ed to clear up the docket, Chief
Justice Taft said. An important j
feature of the bill he said, was pro
vision for an annual meeting of the
chief Justice, the senior circuit
Judges and the attorney genera, to!
consder required reports with a '
view to disposing of business in dis-1
tricts where business was In arrears i
as to interfere with the usefulness
of the courts.
OLD CHILD JUGGED
beautifully lighted and decorated.
The long table was most attractive
with flowers, glass and china.- A
large birthday cake, with seven can
dles, graced the center of the table
the illness of W. C. Byars, a Juror,
who was attended by a physician.
Judge B. J. "Bethurura adjourned
court yesterday afternoon until 9
o'clock this morning and compara-
were dainty favors at veiy iew spectators were m
Ice cream and cake ' courtroom wnen tne jury reportea.
were served by the hostess, assisted ! yerAM had not been expected
by her cousin, Mrs. John LIndley.
, The guests were little Misses Vir
ginia Davis, ot Centertown, Irene
Cox Blrkhead, Louise Westerfleld,
Special Bailiff McKinney, ap
pointed to serve In the case after
the prosecution last week swore
Hettie Riley Carson. Lois Jane Riley Sheriff Tip Langford oft because of
Lula D. Martin. .Winnie Cook and,811eee( B,a m Iavor 01 tne oerenti
Ruth Campbell; Master. Edward j nad Bailey brought into court
Turley, of Chicago. MaxweU Davis. ! uarded by a detail of soldiers ot
ot Centertown, Charles Campbell, Tr00D B- London, on duty here
Charles ' Baize, Roy V. Foreman, I throughout the trial to preserve or
Carlisle Gillespie. Hugh Milton andjder nd Ter' clash of the two
James Lester Fulkerson. .factions. )
, - , No one .was allowed to enter or
MAKING CHRISTIAN COUNTY leave the courtroom after the tie
Joseph, two-and-a-half-year old
son ot Mr. and Mrs. Abner Wither
spoon, created a scare In his family
'a day or two ago, and had a narrow
escape from Injury. .
The child followed his mother out
into a storage room and sat on the
open mouth of a six gallon stone
Jar. The younster slipped down
until only his head and feet were
sticking out at the top. Mrs. Wlth
erspoon beard his cries, but at first
counldn't locate hm.
. Finally when he was discovered
be had gotten to the point where he
could not make himself heard at all.
Mrs. Witherspoon could not pull the
child out of the Jar, but she rescued
him by breaking the Jar. The
youngster got all right in a short
time. Hopkinsviile New Era.
SAFE FOR DEMOCRACY fendant had been brought In from
-We are authorised to announce
R. W. SLACK '
a Candidate tor Judge of the Sixth
Circuit Court District, ot Kentucky,
November election. 1921.
We are authorized to announce
CLAUDE E. SMITH
candidate for Commonwealth's
Attorney ot the 8iitn Circuit Court
District, ot Kentucky, election, Nov.
County Court' Clerk
We are authorised' to announce
E. O. BARRASS
s the ' Republican nominee for the
office ot County Court Clerk ot Ohio
County, election, Not. I, 1921..
The result of last Saturday's pri
mary is .sad reflection upon the
wisdom of Christian county Repub
licans. All colored candidates were
unmercifully slaughtered. -
Sad also is the fact that the Re
publican State Central Committee
saw fit to Interfere in our local af
fairs, giving aid and comfort to the
unwise determination to defeat col
ored men at all hazards,
"safe for Democracy" some ot our
Republican leaders ot the - county
and state must bear the responsi
bility. The New Age (Colored,)
The Baileys left here this after
noon. The prisoner, guarded by Special
Bailiff McKinney, MaJ. James K.
Dillon and five" other soldiers, was
taken to Danville for safekeeping.
His attorneys bad Sled a motion for
a new trial.
Soldiers will remain until mem
bers of the Bailey, Lee and White
Verily if families have left Mt. Vernon. Sev-
has been made eral shootings and killings followed
The Hartford Herald, 11.50 the year
A young married woman who
moved into the country considered
the keeping or hens a pleasant and
profitable undertaking. As she grew
more absorbed in the pursuit her
During; one ot her animated de
scriptions ot her success a friend il
quired: "Are your hens good laying eggs?"
"Oh, yes," she replied in a de
lighted tone; "they haven't laid a
bad egg yet!"
The Hartford Herald, f 1.SO the yeu
DEATH TOLL OF 1,000
FEARED IN INDIA RIOTS
. London. Aug. 25. More than 1,
000 lives. It Is feared, have been lost
In the rioting in the Malbar District
of British India, says an Exchange
Telegraph dispatch from Bombay re
ceive 4 today. Anxiety is felt for the
English women and children In the
of Beverly White by
CHIEF JUHTICK TAFT .
URGES .APPOINTMENT OF
IS NEW FEDERAL JUDGES
Cincinnati, O.. Aug.1 SI. Appoint
ment of eighteen new federal judges
two for each district In the United
States to take care ot the .Increased
business of the courts, was urged
before members of the Judicial sec
tion of the American BarasaocIs
tlon this afternoon by William Ho
ward Taft. chief Justice of the su-
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