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CITIZENDecember 29 1910
TwoTHE CITIZEN
Page Two
The Citizen
a family newspaper for all that Is rlehl
true and Interesting
FublUhed ewery Thursday it Bern Kj
D
BEREA PUBLISHING CO
1 ncorporot J
I P Faulkner Editor and Manager
Subscription Raton
AYABLUIN ADVANCK
Sa Year ka
U Month se
Thrt Month at
end money bj Po tofflce or Ki press Money
Order Draft Registered Letter or oat and two
seat tttmps
The date after your mime en abet shows to
what date Jour ubsaipUou Is paW If It Is oat
abt D ted within three weeks alter renewal
Mtlfy na
Mlislnr number wilt be fladly supplied If we
arc Botlfird
Tin premiums cheap with new rabKrlottont
tod prompt renewals Send for Premium U t
Liberal terms given to any who obtain new
subscription for ua Any one seodine us foul
yaarI MibKripllont can redereTbt Ciusea fret
t klmself for one year
I Advertising rates on application
I
unlAwo
rXMTOCKY PRESS ASSOCIATIOM
Dovoiipiug the aeroplane Is one
thing and reckless tomfoolery Is an
other
Just think Angels food cako tf
I 1jmade
made In New York of rots and
I u8per
u8perTho
Tho aeroplane Is becoming a danger
ous rival of tho automobile In the toll
of deaths
deathsThings
I
Things go by contraries When a
i man Is on his uppers he Is realty
down in the depths
S
When sold merely by weight dla
I moods are still a little more valuable
than broakfast bacon
An airship that will break down
without falling is one of the cryln
necessities of tho age
Tho Now York milliner who built an
aeroplane doubtless utilised some of
the models In the shop
The hobble skirt has gone out of
fashion even In Paris and it will soon
be marked off the list everywhere
i Mllddl says a mans clothes always
seem to fit him real loose after his
wifes relatives have looked him over
F
i An Iowa man paid 195 the other
1 day for ten ears of oorn Yet there
are people who rid their lives hunt
Ing for gold
The least that can be Bald of that
rotten egg Industry declared to exist
In New York Is that It will be In bad
I odor with the public
They are building liners so big the
globe trotters will expect to find on
them golf courses porte cocberes and
outdoor sleeping porches
w A prominent New York college has
jo been invaded by infant paralysis The
I doings of the average student make
this invasion entirely credible
Fiftysix Indiana counties have lost
In population Rlnco tho 1900 census As
soon as ptoplo make a fortune in lit
erature they move out of Indiana
Hereupon the enthusiastic lover of
s horses climbu Into his automobile or
dors the chauffeur to bit er up and
Is whisked away to the horse show
A New York woman Is enraged bo
cause her son wants to marry an
actress She might as well cheer up
I
Hell be back home again In a little
whileMarriage
I Marriage may be a lottery but the
JproJMMlI of a woman In the west to
raffle herself off for a dollar a chance
I IIs emphasizing the fact a little too
strongly
I stronglyA
A woman In Washington washes all
I I tho paper money that she receives In
order that it may be clean All of us
are not eo particular A little dirty
money looks good to a hungry man
5 I
Statistics show that April and Sep
tomber are the favorite months In
1 wbloh to M crazy That may account
1 for the hunches that Induce somo men
to become candidates for public office
Ten orphan baby seals have been
brought down from Bering Ma to pee
the winter IB this country as an ex
poriaMnL U they do well we May yet
ratIO our own sealakln coats in Inland
t waterspmertoan
American bridge catering Germany
l are to be compelled to pay duty on
their wedding outfit The counts and
barons they take over should not cost
i much If the duty OB them is levied ad
i i valorem
+ Also It it reported that the size of
n womens bats Is being reduced Bat
the masculine payers of the bills have
t not fat mad the happy discovery
that the price has been reduced in
i proportion
proportionWo
tWo are assured that men are
drinking lees nowadays observes the
Philadelphia Inquirer but how is It
that tlss Internal revenue Increases m
1fastT The census figures of 110
1 beta brother
nay you
1
to
LORIMER REPORT IN I
MAJORITY HOLDS THAT NOT THE
SLIGHTEST PROOF OF BRIBERY
BY SENATOR IS SHOWN
FIGHT ON FLOOR IS CERTAIi
Beveridge And Frazier Do Not Sign
Committee Finding Which Is Presented
ented to Senate and May File
Minority Reports Later
Washington The report of Its In
vestlgation of charges of briber
made in connection with the election
of Senator William Lorimer of I1U
nols was submitted to the senate by
the committee on privileges and elec
tions through Its chairman Senate
Burrows Wednesday just before that
body adjourned for the holiday re
cess
cessTho conclusion reached by tho con
mittee follows
That in their opinion the title of
Mr Lorimer to a seat in the senat
has not been shown to be invalid by
tho use or employment of corrup
method r practises
Charges that four members of the
Illinois legislature were bribed am
chat three other members paid bribe
arc not Ignored by the committee
The report declares that those whi
confessed to receiving bribes shouU
not be bclleed and that the votes of
those who wero charged with paying
bribes should be counted
In relation to the charges that then
was a corruption fund used in the 1111
nols legislature and that it was dis
bursed by one Robert E Wilson the
report says that there is no evident
that It was used for the benefit of Mr
Lorimer The committee suggest
that any Investigation of the use of
such a fund should be made by au
ihorities of the state of Illinois
The statement of views of Senator
Frailer was made public later In
his statement Senator Frazier declare
that the four confessed brlbe taken
Implicated three other members o
ho legislature who bribed them thai
those three votes were also corrupt
which would make seven tainted
votes Kllinlnatlng these seven votes
Senator FrazIer holds would make
the vote received by Senator Lorimer
less than a majority
The report as presented was not
signed by members of the committee
although it did not appear that there
was any minority On the floor of the
senate however Mr Bevoridge made
the statement that ho had not been
able to concur with or dissent iron
the findings because of the volamlnou
character of the testimony Ho Kid
that he would digest the proceeding I
jf the Investigating committee during
tbr holidays He asked that a speclfli
time be named for acting upon the re
port but objection was made by Son
dot Gallinger
182 DEAD IN MINE BLAST
English Shaft at Bolton Is Scene of
Terrible Disaster Only
Eight Escape
Bolton EnglandAn explosion followed
owed by fire in the Little Hultoi
olllery hero Wednesday entombed
290 miners who had gone below to
begin the days work
The work of rescue was pushed
mid discouraging conditions The
escuers wearing helmets went Into
I
the pit and succeeded In extinguish
ling the flames in an area 160 feet In
ongth but encountered heavy fall
i of coal and slack loosened by the ex
plosion Only eight of the 290 entombed
embed men have escaped and the
others are believed dead A total
of ten bodies have been recovered
SUSTAIN STATE PRIMARY LAW
Illinois Supreme Court Divided as to
Interpretation of Act But
Hold It Valid
Springfield IIIThe supreme court
Vodneday bold the legislative pri
mary act providing for the nomination
of members of the lower house of the
legislature valid in a decision banded
town In the case of Espey vs Me
nerney and others
Three opinions were banded down
by the court as the members are dl
tided as to the Interpretation of the
tct
tctTho
The opinion follows the decision of
the court rendered verbally shortly
before the election November 8
TwentySeven Killed In Fire
Philadelphia Fifteen polkorac
ad IS firemen lost their lives
rodaesday night whoa the walla of a
iveatory structure at 1130 N Bodln
street tell on them white they were
ghllng a 8r More than a score 01
Yemen were removed to hospitals
tad it te believed there are will
then is the ruins
Rube Sued for Divorce
St Louis George Edward Waddell
known as Rube aad a member of tIN
olniobus 0 team was Wedacadij
made the defendant la a divorce sal
here by Mrs Mads WaddeU she al
ages nonsupport aad is Waddelli
bird wife
wifeThirty
Thirty Firemen Near Death
Now York Thirty firemen narrowly
aped death la a HUll Ire Wed
a esday which destroyed the t tcrj
aetotr and warehouse of Joej h Lilt
nan Co paper raanttfaetnrara
DISSOLVING IT I
TRAP DIAZ TROOPS
TRAIN BEARING FEDERAL SOL
DIERS IS SHOT TO
PIECES
BATTLE LASTS FIVE HOURS
Official Report Says Federals Had 21
Killed 10 Missing and 42 Wound
edCommander of Expedition U
HitRebel Loss Unknown
Chihuahua Mex Confirmation of
the report that the troop train which
left hero December 17 was shot to
pieces in the mountain trap known
as Malpaso a few miles east of
Pedernales was given Tuesday when
42 government soldiers were brought
In from the field of battle
The official report states that the
federals lost 21 killed and that ton
are missing and 42 wounded One of
the latter Is Colonel Guzmon who
was In command of the expedition
The train left In two sections car
rying three field pieces on a coal car
and 600 soldiers Pancho Villa the
bandit who while operating Inde
pendently still regards the govern
ment as his enemy fired on the sec
ond section as it was passing through
Andania canyon but did no damage
The mountains of Malpaso how
ever swarmed with revolutionists
They baited the first and second sec
tions Colonel Guzmon disembarked
his troops and for five hours defend
ed himself from the desperate charge
He was In a trap however The ene
my wuo the heights sheltered by
bowlders and other proectlon north
to the mountains and poured In a
deadly fire
He was unable to use his big guns
effectively owing to the nature of the
ground Notwithstanding his pre
carious condition and the numbers of
the Insurrectos he held his ground
for five hours He was shot through
the leg while the third officer in com
mand was raked across the stomach
Although General Navarro was at
Pedernales or near there he was un
able to lend assistance
PRESIDENT SEES NO DANGER
Taft In Speech Allays War Scare
x Declares Nation Need Have
No Fear
Washington President Taft la an
address before the American Society
for the Judicial Settlement of Inter
national Disputes Saturday gave as
surances that the country need not
fear the gocalled war scare
Ho said There is not the slight
est reason for such a sensation be
cause we are at peace with all the
nations of the > arid and are quite
likely to remain so
Women Voters to Assemble
Tacoma WalhThe first na
tlonal convention of woman vot
ers will be held here January 14 ac
cording to plans perfected The uon
veatlon was called by Governor
Brady of Idaho Delegates from other
equal suffrage atBtoUtah Wyo
ming Colorado and Washington rep
resenting about 370010 women vot
era will participate
Ship Ashore In Gale
Morebead City N CA argo four
milted schooner was stranded on the
west side of Cape Lookout shoals
Wednesday and the heavy running
lde and strong wind drove the vessel
sigh on the shoals
Woman Makes Long Flight
Btaropes FrancoThe longest sus
tanned flight ever made by a woman
was negotiated here Wednesday by
Mile Helene Dutrleu who covered 103
miles In two hours and tblrtyftree
I minutes
CHARLTON GAINS TWO POINT
JUDGE ALLOWS ORDER TO AMENI
COURT RECORDS
Father of Wife Slayer Confident Or
der for Sons Extradition Will
Be Set Aside
Trenton N JNot until January 9
will Porter Charlton learn whether he
will be sent back to Italy to bo tried
for wife murder
When be appeared before United
Slates Judge Rellatab pale and hag
gard and showing the effects of the
six months confinement and the
hemorrhages to which be Is frequent
ly subjected his lawyer It Floyc
Clarke asked for an adjournment on
tho ground that he needed time for
tho collection of certain Important
evidence This evidence will be use
to have set aside Secretary of State
Knoxa ruling that the young man be
extradited
Judge Rellatab allowed an order
amending the records In the O8e b1
striking out the proceeding boforo the
Hoboken recorder following Ckarl
tons arrest at the steamship pier
after his return from Europe Coun
lei for Charlton also secured an order
eliminating from tho records the copy
of the complaint presented befon
Judge Blair of tho Hudson count
courts These are regarded as nota
ble gains for the accused man ai
they greatly simplify the case which
his counsel has to conduct In his be
half
Judge Charlton is confident that the
iullng of Secretary Knox In favor of
extradition will be set aside lie does
not think his eon In his present con
dltion would survive tho Journey to
ItalyGUNBOAT
GUNBOAT MAY START REVOLT
Hornet Former U 8 Ship Clears
From New Orleans on Mys
sterloui Voyage
New Orleans The former Unite
States gunboat Hornet reported to
have been purchased by Honduras
revolutionists cleared from this port
for Cape Graclas with a crow of
twenty men 200 tons of coal MI
provisions for thirty days Included
among the crew are several men who
arc said to have been connected will
previous filibustering expeditions dl
rected against Central American re
publics
publicsOne
One of the rumors current was that
the Hornet would be turned over to
Mexican revolutionists Captain John
KT commanding the vessel says that
the Hornet will be used in the Cen
tral American trade
U OF C GETS 10000001
Rockefeller Makes Final Gift and Re
tires From All Connection
With Unlverttty
Cblcago John D Rockefeller has
given the University of Chicago an
other 10MM > M0 Announcement of
this fact was made at the university
convocation Tuesday by Martin A
Ryorson chairman of too board of
trustees The Standard 011 magnate
said In making the gift that lie re
tired from all connection with the
university and would give it nothlui
more Ills total gifts in 21 years ag
gregato 35000000
Taft Annuls Death Decree
Washington President Taft Taps
day commuted to life Imprlaonraen
the death sentence pasted upon John
Wynne an otter on tbe steamer Rosen
crans at Honolulu Hawaii for the
murder of a man named McKinnon
Senator Elkins Is Better
Washington In announcing In the
senate Tuesday that Senator Elkini
was detnhed at home by serious HI
ness Senator Scott of West Virglnli
added I am glad to lay he Is much
better
HOLIDAY INflUENCE
Industries Are Reported Quiet Out
Trade Is as Good as That Re
ported Last Year
Yaw Y rkR G Dun lC Cos Wuok
ly Review of Trade said
In sharp contrast with the between
joasons dullness In Jobbing trade Is the
brisk holiday retail distribution which
In roost of tho cities Is reported to b <
equal or in excess of last year
Building operations in a number or
cltieeshow declines as compared will
last year though the aggregate of new
projects Is still large Diminished ac
tlvlty In Iron and steel Is to bo ox
pooled as the year draws to n close
yet It Is evident that dullness IB more
pronounced than Is customary at this
reason
Iron and Steel
The holiday period will naturall
cause a temporary cessation of opera
Lions at manufacturing plants and at
current buying Is of small proportion
mills and furnaces are expected to stll
further restrict their output Discus
stun as to the future course of price i
is receiving most attention and con
rumors are believed to be confident
I the lower quotations will shortly hI
turned with the result that order arr
being withheld Pipe Iron has been
quite freely taken and Inquiries for 1
substantial ronaxo are still reporter
In eastern territory but with this ex
caption extreme quietness prevails In
the pig iron division Contrurtior
of new batUechlpa will require con
Blderablo finished material and It la
estimated that SdOOOO tons of mate
rial will be needed for bridge ark
buildings although on railroad worK
further marked conrcMionn are re
ported but contract ant cowing for
ward In moderate volume and the out
look far rom a stock Is considered
somewhat better
betterTextile a
Textile Matters
I tbe textile Hold the chief anurr
of complaint come from the InablHtj
nf manufacturers to secure prices for
Roods cooimenevrato with the oats ol
production awl ovrtAMawnt to twin
eorakieml The mens ovareoatlni
WAMMI of 1 til bag opwMtL with cloth
lore dlapOMd to order aaatala ptoeei
only
onlyRrsdstneet
nradatfcofB weekly Mter raid
llolldar wOaweaa rated tiiia wok
and active dwatawl ai retail ftICd
with prelBretttory quiet In wd wa
and Jobblac tradi IP further felowln
down In ImhMtry over tiki end or tbej
spur IKr1OO and sttagnuit peceados
In securlk aad eommodrUe MOM1
hall eased while applies have la
wed CoCeoUom have been amrhl I
ly quickened by Inovjaed dmrhMM I
of money la toaug centers Weak
er condktocB ham Imparted acttvtt
to the coej trade bat no scarcity Is n
potted Foreign ilwnand for America
wheat law apparently set In strongly
at the PaolOo coat and ablpenr s to
oncnbeent HMrtomari INch ea PNIIteo
md Asia have been tto noavleat In
years
Business Failures
Bua4a aa failure in the UMtei
State for the week ending Deoemfee
K were 271 agents 200 hut week M
la the like week of 1000 lOG in IDOl
213 In 1007 end 161 In IMC
Wheat Including now exports from
tile United SbN and Oanadn for the
week ending December 23 agajrag
7SOS17 bmtieli MInt 2M3M7 1 n
reek aad 37M928 tJ week tot year
For the 38 weeks ending Dwvr
2 exports are 1I8IOoot buahotet
galoM S4040033 m the correspotsHu
erlfxl 1et year Corn exports for the
wok are 103SS56 buehcte again
8293C art week end 1518702 Jut
year
ITHE MARKETS I
B
Cincinnati Grain Market
Flcnr Winter patents J420a455
lo family JIH 33p tow grade S4 V
ee6 rprtn patent J5 0a58S Jo fancy
476510 Wheat No 2 red Mi
ISc No 3 rod 9Sa9c No 4 SfiaNc
Jora No 2 white 47a47V4c No 3
Mute40n4a47e No 2 yellow 4SI
JSHc No 3 yellow 47a4Sc No 2
mixed 47a47c No 3 mixed 4Ha47c
Qau No 2 white 34Ha35c standard
white 34a3 < H No 2 mixed 34a34ttc
Cincinnati Live Stock
a
Cattle Shippers J586a635 butcher
steers extra JSSiaS good to choice
MaoaS85 heifer extra S52Sa540
flood to choice 4COa lS rows extra
475a6 good to choice S4a4C3
raisers S25 aS75 Iluili Tiologw
35a450 extra iCOa4C5 Coivwi
Extra fra26 Mr to good 76da
ommon and targe S4a8 110IIII
Goad to choice Backers and butchers
7 Oa7aS mixed packers 705a790
Common to choice heavy fat aowi
a7CO pip 110 IbI and lees IS 1
75 lQf9JCxtra fj 35a48l > fwxl to
hoic 3J5a378 Lomlw fetra 021
4140 yearlings 4aC
a
Cincinnati Miscellaneous
Poultry bens lOc lb aprtag chick
GaJ 104c Hi dunk 14 c turkey
lh H < 5 geese 8aI6c Butter Crean
err extra 32Hc firsts 31c fancy dairy
2G Bgga Prime flats 3lc Hran
36c App e Ffcncy SSaSfiO a til
choice 450 a bbl l1trrotaN U
babe doctn C Iery 30o40c bunch
Eggplants Homegrown S3a3EO a
crate Grapea Malaga 6JOa7 11
eel Onions Yl > nw 99aOIc whlt <
lnl3f per bu Pinoapplea 278nr
a crate Potatoes Northera Ohio 40a
So a bu Michigan and homegrown
nfo n bu sweet potatoes Jersey
1 i33WN a bbl Turnips WaWc H bbl
S03RIETY IN GREAT BRITAIN
United Kingdom More Temperate
Now Than Ever Before Bays
Alliance Secretary
The amount of boor and uplrta con
sumed in tho United Kingdom during
1909 is very much less than tho
amount recorded for all preceding
years In fact Great Britain Is moro
temperate now than alto baa over
been declares Secretary George II
Wllion of the United Kingdom Tem
peranco Alliance In his report re
cently Issued In the London prow ho
estimates that the total expenditure on
nil alcoholic liquor consumed In tho
three kingdoms last year nmonntcd to
156162480 as compared with cICI
000482 in 1908
There ban therefore been a material
decrease of 5807997 during ttto past
twulvmnonth On spirits the decrease wan C 4800
000 with a decrease In consumption
of 7022775 gallons On beer lib de
crease was 1186000 with ndocroafta
In consumption of G463DG barr H On
wines on the other hand there hen
been an increase of 98000 with an
increase In consumption of 107744 gal
Ions Hut as the secretarys report points
out the amount spent on drink us a
compartoon falls to picture the true
decrease In drinking Owing to tho
Increased taxes of 1909 the retail
price of all liquors advanced and
hence If the prices of 1009 wore tho
same as the prices of ItOft the de
crease In the amount spent would bo
double what It la If there had been
no Increase In prices the actual reduc
lien on the total expenditure would
have been 11147907
Iowion press report state unheal
tatlagly that the British people have
been growing more temperate nf kite
year and claim that the experience
of last year leaven no doubt that tax
ation hi one great Innueneo In reduc
lag the consumption of liquor It la
further added that It thla reduction
were to be progressively maintained
we would soon have no drink hill to
pay at ML
The Increased taxes applied on tin
HOT by the budget have bean a fac
tor of the recorded decrease In COM
sumption but It hi profeaUly not tile
only potent factor and It ta contended
that a marked change In the social
habits of the people Is a feature alae
the maMM are being given opnortunl
Uen fftr re eloraic other tastes In
this edncattoa Is the great agent and
It la conMeatly stated that the turn
of tH tide syncbronlaaa with tho cow
lag of a full generation which bu
been to ehool The book to one of
the enemies of the bar There are
others livery park to an alternative
every tram or cheap train that take
tho worker out to the country In hll
spare time every slum that disap
pears and overy livable house that
taken Ita place The emplro of alco
hol rte not so much on Its own In
herent attractiveness as upon the ab
lance of rival attractions Those
rival are growing and before thorn
alcohol Is slowly perhaps but surely
retiring from public favor
In a country which baa so lone
been burdened by the drink evil tbo
progress of reform to slow but them
to progress recorded In Great Urltnln
M the above figure show Tho drink
question to lUll one of the most Im
portant social problems the nation has
lo face yet the recent constant de
cline In the consumption Is regarded
Vixtremely hopeful
DRINK CAUSE OF INSANITY
Liquor Responsible for Nearly 50 Per
Cent of Patients Admitted In
English Asylums
Drink and hereditary Influence wore
reported M the cause of Insanity In
423 per cent of the case admitted
Into Ualnhlll asylum In Rngland last
year drink being responsible In 2J8
of tho cases and n clear history of
hereditary taint In 196 These re
markable statistics are contained In
the annual reports of tho county
nsyluM at Lancaster Practwlok
iUlnhlll WlUlnghom and Wlnwlck
just lUlled
On the subject of the causes and
the preventatlon of lunacy Dr Gig
glesworth medical superintendent of
llalnhlll to very outspoken Refer
ring to the 238 per cent of admtoalun
for which drink was responsible Dr
Wiggleaworth says the figure to suf
flcwntly large to Indicate clearly that
havoc which drink makea with the
nervous system and adds If tho
evil affected the Individual only 1C
would he bad enough but unfortu
nately there to reason to Jbelleva that
it Is often handed on to the offspring
owing to the direct poisonous effect
upon the germ ot the alcohol clroulat
Ing In tho blood and that not a little
of the terrible amount of nervous In
stability and degeneracy which wo
see around us hoe Its origin in thla
cause Regarding the 195 per cent of ad
minions In which there Is n clear
history of hereditary taint Dr Wig
gleeworth says that no doubt this fig
Lire considerably undorstntea the real
Influence of heredity owing to the
lillBonlty experienced In getting roll
iblo accounts of tho ftuuUlM of the
patients

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