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Your man may win or may
lose. Whichever happens, a month
from that time you will be reconciled to
the result and continue to be a patriot
ic and happy citizen.
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your vote on that matter is directly in
your qwn personal interest. If you vote
right you win a good deal and if you
vote wrong you lose. We want you to
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suits and overcoats. We are making a
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one of them to hit you.
R. R. COYLE
VICEPRESIDEITSHER-.il THE LAST OITCH
END GOMES AFTER LONG ILLNESS
Public Funeral Last Saturday In
Charge of Senate Government In
9 by Amarlcan Pntt AaaocUtlon.
VICE PRESIDENT JAMES 8. 8HER.
Vlco President Sherman died at
his homo In Utlca, N. Y Wednesday
night, tho 30th, at 9:40 ji. ni.
Tho Immediate) cause of his death
fVwas uremic poisoning resulting from
llrlght'a Disease, Mr. Sherman having
been unconscious during most of tho
preceding day and tho end recogniz
ed as near nt hand by tho family
and Intimate friends.
President Taft received tho news
rConllnutdon r Hire
"contents of this issue
World Htm .
United Stat News.
Vlco Pros, Sherman Dead.
Turkoy Must Go.
Mr. UocbeM Utter.
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Our Teacher Department.
Homo Course In Domestic Science.
Sunday School Lesson.
Kitchen Cat IneL
Panama-Pac tie Exposition.
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M IJLOB SEVEN .
-teUtuslvt Fi mine
i ias Eiairr '
Butrn Kei tucky News.
Isn't It So.
TURKISH ARMY HURLED BACK UP
ON CONSTANTINOPLE BY ALLIES
Porte asks Powers to Interevene
May Be Driven out of Europe.
Tho caso f tho Turks Is desper
ate, tho allied armies having hod
another week of unbroken success.
Advices continue, to comu that Ad
rlanoplo has fallen, but this Is doubt
ed. Thero Is no doubt, however, thnt
tho Hungarians and tho allied forces
have driven tho powerful army of
tho Turks, that was considered al
most Invincible, back upon the de
fenses of Constantinople and threat
en, within n few days, to capture that
city. Of a territory moro than slxty
flvo thousand square, miles in ex
tent, held by tho Turks In Europe,
only Constantinople now remains 'f
tho allies hold what they have, con
quered. Tho dream, held through co
many eenturlc3, of the dawning of
a day when Europo should bo rid of
tho Turk's persecutions, massacris aid
encroachments would cease, Is about
to bo realized.
England Is In sack-cloth and ashen,
lamenting her lost opportunity and
grieving over tho fact that sho has
allowed tho tinspenkablu conditions
to exist so long when sho might have
easily shown her hand. Germany Is
In nctlvo sympathy with tho Turks,
while tho French people, not tho
Government, aro rejoicing nt tho
victories of tho allies. Tho Powers
aro exchanging notes, hut they aro
qulto different In tono from what
they wero nt tho beginning of hostil
ities. Franco Is trying to bring them
to a declaration of territorial disin
terestedness, Tho Porto Is unceasing In his
pleadings, while, tho allies, encourag
ed by their success, aro declaring that
poaco proposals can only como direct,
and tho world Is rejoicing In their
Tills has been tho most spectacu
lar war In all tho history of wars.
Tho main Interest of everybody, of
oourso, this week Is centered on
politics. Wo havo, therefore, devot
ed considerable tlmo and expenso
to getting tho latest and most rell
nblo news of Tuesday's election,
which will ba found In tho bulletin
preceding tho election, returns on
Wo aro suro that our readers will
bo pleased with tho excellent cuts
of tho successful candidates and
Mr. Hryan which wo present.
Tho other features of tho paper
havo boon lu no wlso neglected,
however, and wo direct attention to
our Agricultural Department, Our
Teachers' Dopartniont, Domestic Sci
ence Course, etc., on pago 3 and
pago 2, our editorial pago,
Somo Important features havo
been crowded cut but they will ap
pear next week.
HAVEN'T .WE BEEN FAIR?
Tho most renmrknble political campaign this country has known
since 1800 has just como to a closo. Excitement has run high every
whoro, nml partisan linos have been closely drawn. There had been
much bitterness and vituperation, part of tho time betneen thocandi
dates themselves, and thin spirit' has been largely prevalent among
tho vnriotm speakers, their supporters and pretty genernlly in tho
The Citizen saw the storm coming early in the spring, nnd ninco
it Is a newspaper, having opinions nnd convictions nnd nbove all a
conscienco, which we fear somo have not, it had to take sides, and take
sides regardless of consequences. And there has hardly been n mo
ment when it has hnd nny doubt of thp result. Hut the very fact
thnt it was assured of n result contrary to lis convictions bound it to
plead for the right as it saw the right. And it has done that, or at
tempted to do that, without bitterness and In n spirit of fairness.
Ah an evidence of this fairness, attention should be called to the
appcnl of the thrco parties that has been published week after week.
The Citizen has therefore been n kind of forum for the discussion of
tho issues by ndvocates of the three parties.
Another evidence of that fairness, thnt we hope will not bo for
gotten, in the fact that bitter personalities were not used, nclmir
ntion being expressed for each candidate, the parties alone and the
history of tho parties boing used as the criteria of judgment.
The principle that lias guided all along has been that of tolera
tion. If n man differs from us religiously we concede him honesty of
conviction nnd wo only ask tho same concession of him. The same
principle should govern, so fnras no are concerned, in politics. Wo do
not expect everybody to believe as ne believe, think ns we think, or
see as we see, nnd of cotirso we cannot be expected to see as others see.
Each should, therefoie, attribute to tho other honesty of thought and
purpose, nnd when this is done there is no occasion for bitterness or
Ah in the stale election last fall, the principles and candidates
we supported have gone down to defeat, but now, an then, no shall
support the winning side, nnd we only hope that tho new ndministrn.
tion in tho nation will be as successful nnd ns worthy of our support
ns tho Mate administration has been.
Photo copyright by American Press Association.
WQQDROW WILSON THE NEXT PRESIDENT
Early Returns Indicate Tremendous Popular Ma
jority for the Democratic Candidate
WILL LIKELY GET FOUR-FIFTHS OF THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE
Indications are that Roosevelt, While Ignominiously
Defeated, Is Ahead of Taft
(Bulletin, 3.-00 p. m., WednexUy Courtesy of
The electoral vote according to
latest returns, is as follows: Wilson
431, Roosevelt 85, Tail 15.
Tho Roosevelt states are Pennsyl
vania, Illinois, Iowa and South Dak
ota. Tho Taft states aro Idaho, Utah,
and Vermont. Taft ran ahead of
lloosevclt In Kentucky.
Caleb Powers was ro-clected In tho
Eieventh District by okout 3,000. Lang
Icy of tho Tenth was also rc-electcd.
Judge Kirk was defeated by his Demo
cratic opponent In tho Seventh Appe
late District by about 3.000.
"Woodrow Wilson will be tho next
President of tho United States.
Tho first bulletins received by
Tho Cltlien, election night, began to
como about 7:30, and from the very
first they showed a drift toward the
Democratic candidate, "Meager and
unsatisfactory for two or three hours,
they woro btlll unmistakable In their
Until after midnight nothing could
be heard from Ohio, Indiana and Penn-
oylvanla, tho servlco seeming to be
engrossed with New York and Chicago
Chairman Dames of New York ear
ly conceded that state to Wilson by
more than a hundred thousand, anil
later along It was claimed by ono
hundred and fifty thousand.
The various bulletins for New York
Ceatlnutd on pl Hl
STOVES and RANGES
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Exclusive agent for "The Foster Line"
Cut Rates on Comforts and All Wool Blankets
"THE F U RN ITURE MAN"
UNITED STATES NEWS
The "New York" Launched The
White House Bride to Marry Again
McNamaraj not Deterred by Pris
on Walls Loss of Life In Orphan
age Fire Harvard Defeats Princeton.
WORLD'S GREATEST WARSHIP
Tho super-dreadnaught "New York"
was christened and launched nt tho
Brooklyn Navy Yard last Wednes
day. This greatest of tho world's
fighters, will cost $3,000,000, and la
to carry ten 11 Inch and twenty-one
0 Inch guns with four 21 Inch
torpedos. Her complement of men
and officers will number 1,070. The
new "Now York" Is to make a speed
of 21 knots. Sho Is 673 feet in length
with a bean measurement of 03
feet 2 1-2-lnches. 1
MRS. CLEVELAND TO HARRY
Mrs. Cleveland, known as tho
"Whlto Houoo hrido" and mother of
tho first "Whlto Hcuso baby," Is to
be married again, her engagement
to Prof. Thomas J. Preston of Prince
ton having boon announced. It is
rumored also that tho wedding may
bo a double one, Mrs. Cleveland's
eldest daughter, Miss Esther, being
engaged to Randolph West, son of
Dean West cf Princeton University.
THE McNAMARAS STILL PLOT
TING Evidence was preduccd In tho trial
of tho dynamlto plotters at Indlanap
clls; last Thursday, showing that the
McNamaras, now serving llfo sen
tences In tho California State Peni
tentiary, havp, since their confinement
been plotting to blow up Detcctlvo
Burns, two witnesses testifying to n
conversation "wltth John J. McNamara
In whlch.ho said, "I would liko to see
them get Burns and Drew." And a
pack a go wa3 produced In tho court
room which contained forty feet of
fuse, a parcel of dynamite caps and
an alarm clock which had been sent
by express for tho purpose.
Continued on page filve
IN OUR OWN STATE
The Goebel Letter Sanitarium Burns
In Louisville Fire at The State.
University Officers of the Ken-'
tucky Medical Association War on
Blindness Fire at Whltesburg.
MR. GOEBEL'S LETTER
Mr. Justus Goebel of Covington'
addressed an open letter to the
Governor and cfflcprs of tho stato
and all tho citizens of tho state, a
few Mays ago. which will bo found In
full In this Issuo of Tho Citizen. In
this letter Mr. Goebel Insists that tho
ctato bo properly represented by.
capable attorneys In tho suits to
compel tho corporations to pay their
share of tho state's taxes. In reply,
tho Governor ctatcs that ho Is anx
ious that tho Cctrlmonwealth be prop-
orly represented, but ho can only ap
point additional counsel on tho rec
ommendation of the Attorney Gener
al. Ho also takes occasion to say
that tho big corporations are not bear
ing their burden of tho expenses of
tho Governmnt and ttbat he Is In fa
vor of uniform taxation.
Tho Martinsville Sanitarium on 4th
and York Sts,, Louisville, was de
stroyed by flro last Wednesday. One
Inmate, Dr. J. W. Foltz, cf South
Fork, Ky., who was 111 In a ward on
ono of tho upper floors, was burned
to death and several others had nar
row escapes, being taken from win
dows or climbing to tho roof.
A flro In tho offlcd in Mechanics
Hall, Stato University, last Wednes
day night, completely destroyed tho
contents of tho room, resulting In a
loss and damage amounting to thrco
thousand. Asldo from tho furniture
and nearly a thousand .vJlumea on
engineering, etc., tho alumni records
of the department wero destroyed.
KENTUCKY MEDICAL ASSOCIA
TION Tho Kentucky Medical Associa
tion adjourned Its annual session,
Continued on rfe Fit. "
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