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i TO BE REFORMED
Jlans to R3doc3 S!Z3 of Old
WILL EFFECT A B!8 SAVING.
Ninelurvdrscf Thousand a Year to the
Government end $200,000 to the Na
tional. Banks Also to Havs Uniform
, Design For Each Denomination.
The size of nil rnifed States curren
cy and nation;! I bank note-; probably
will be reduced by" one-third and their
designs revolutionized for the sake of
economics to. the government, conven
lehce to the -public and safety against
counterfeirins. This decision practi- j
cally has Veen reached by Ihe secre- j
of the treasury. Mr. Macveagh.
proposed to make the dimensions j
inches. The papier money -
ivciUailon measures 7.28 by
The designs of all paper
Suites notes and cer-
d and made uni-
ve is expected to save the
government about ?900,000 annually
and the national banks, which pay for
the plates for their notes and part of
the cost of redemption, about $200,
000. The economies would ha effected
In steel for the plates, in pai er and in
For many months the only deterrent
to the step by executive authority has
been the belief that It would be neces
sary for congress to appropriate about
51,000,000 In lyephn-e the national bank
note plates which have been paid for
by the national 'banks. This; problem
has been solved by a plan to have the
general design of all national bank
notes uniform, requiring only one en
graved plate for each denomination,
and fo place on the notes by surface
printing the nani, location and char
ter number of the blink. This would
do away with separate plates for each
Time Required For Change.
Eighteen months would be required
to effect the change by the preparation
of the designs, engraving of the plates
and printing of the notes. To meet the
objection that fur a time at least there
would bo two sizes of currency in cir
culation it has been suggested that the
government print in Rdvnnce a suffi
cient quauiity of the notes of the new
size to be exchanged at the subtreas
uries and national banks on a fixed
date. The change could be substantial-
Jy accomplished . within a-few days,
reasury uflicials believe. There are
nineteen different designs of cur-
fue.: Kirh .denomination would be
araf-tpried bv a distinctive! v Ameri
can historical portrait engraved in the
center of the note. In time the por
trait would be a distinguishing feature
of each denomination and would be a
safeguard against counterfeiting, espe
cially the prevalent practice of raising
a note to a higher denomination.
The deprrtment is considering using
portraits a : fallows: $1 note. Washing
ton ;.$2, Je.l'ersou; .?.", Lincoln; $10,
Cleveland; ?2, Jackson; $50, . Grant;
$100, Fi:i!:kiin; $00. Chase; $1,000,
Nearly $13.000000 Coined In a Year,
. . Annuel Report Shows.
During the past year the Philadel
phia mint turned $13,000,000 worth of
-metal into gcorl jingling money. In ad
dition it coined h:lf a million pesos for
the republic of S:m Salvador. This is
shown in the annual report, which has
just been issued.
Inspectors are sent from Washington
.every year to go over the books at the
mint, to weigh tha metal on hand and
see that the building is overhauled in
the search for any gold dust which
may be lyii'g around. Scarcely any loss
resulted from the handling of the met
als this year.
In detail the repert of the mint states
the values of the various coins made
in twelve months: Double eagles, $2,
606,580: eagles." $1.041. 0S0; half eagles,
$l,S30,S..l: quarter eagles. $800,503; to
tal gold foiuage. $0,300,000; half dol
lars, $901,332.50; quarter dollars. $1,
004.1GG.23; dimes. $2,918,066.50; total
silver colnnge. $1,830,503.25: five-cent
"pieces, $1.1."9,3SS.20; cents, $005',OS1.95.
The total value of the 120,4 1S.79 pieces
coined wns $12,995,023.40.
COLORADO LEADS IN GUNNERY
Twenty Points Ahead of the Dolawaro
on Year's Average.
The final score of all the battleships
and armored cruisers in the navy In
gunnery for the last fiscal year has
been- completed. It shows that the
Colorado leads, with twenty po;nts in
tervening between her mark and the
. next ship, th Delaware. The list is
as follows, in the order of standing:
Colorado. ..i.... 71.C1
Rhode island,- Florida,
Washington, Vermont, West Virginia,
Maine and Idaho did not get Into the
final score. "
RARE OPERATIOrJ FERFORMED
ON. THE HEART OF A MAN.
Thirty-six Feet of Gold Wire WrappeJ
" Around the Aorta.";
An operation on the heart was per
formed recently in Bellevue hospital,
New York, in which thirty-six feet of
gold wire, were wrapped around the
aorta, the great artery leading from the
heartland a current of electricity sent
through ihe wire,- which reduced the
swelling of the artery sufficiently to
allow it to perform Its - natural func
tions. ... '
No anaesthetic was used during the
operation, but the incision, which was
made in the. back of the patient be
tween the fifth aud sixth ribs, was
sprayed with cocaine. At the close of
the operation, which lasted about four
hours, the physicians expressed them
selves at satisfied, and while the opera
tiou is not expected, to entirely cure
the patient, it is- expected to prolong
his life. . .').
- The patient who underwent the oper
ation was Oscar Nielson, fifty years
old, a cabinetmaker, suffering from a
swelling of the aorta, which had grown
to such an extent that it was only a
question of a short time when the ves
sel would break and death follow. -
After the incision was made the gold
wire, attached towt cannulated needle,
was run through and wrapped around
the aorta. The wire was thinner than
a hair, and after it had been wound
around the heart in spring fashion the
end in the needle was taken out and
attached to an electrical machine, the.
current of which was turned on and
sent through the wire. The electricity .
hardened the artery, and in a short i
time the blood started to circulate free-1
ly through the aorta, and at the same
time the heart was allowed to perform
its functions. The patient was under
observation for a period, after which
the wound was closed. -- I
This is the second operation of its
kind performed in this country. Th
previous operation took place five
months ago, the patient at that time
being Henry Griffin. Twelve feet of.
gold wire were used on Griffin, after it.
was said that he would not live a week. '
Two weeks later he left the hospital
and is now well and hearty.
NOTIFY MARSHALL AUG. 20.!
" phnte of potash, bromide of mague-
Monster Celebration Planned, at Which sjum and carbonate of lime. In addi
Wilson May Be Present. j tion to these substances sea water
Governor Thomas R. Marshall will coutains minute quantities of quite a
be notified of his-selection as the Dem- t variety of elements, including iodine,
ocratic - nominee for vice president of phosphorus jind .arsenic. It -also con
the United States on Aug. 20 at the tains some silver, copper, zinc, nicEel,
coliseum in the state fair grounds at .cobalt, iron and gold. There is'sald
Teuative plans to turn the notifica-;
tion into a monster celebration were
made at a meeting of Democratic can- !
didates for state offices. National Com-j
miueeman i nomas laggan, oiaio
Chairman Bernard Korbly and mem
bers of the state committee.
ior so i lie Liioe ujon- uis ieti.ii ui u-
: i.t 1- e r-
ceptance. It will be his first, public
utterance since his nomination for the
vice presidency, and. in it will be em
bodied the platform "upon which he
will stand if elected. - ; -
It has been reported that Governor
Wilson, the presidential nominee, may f . . . , , . ,
. ; -.. , ! rotate upon its axis, and bv the law
go to Indianapolis for the ceremony,- , , .. 1 - ..".-
, j t i i i V f inertia of -matter must continue to
and it was decided to bend every ef-1
fort to get the New Jersey governor VOlT.e' at ! , 0f Vf
to attend. Democrats of national ? h'a ' f 1 1L' iwvt" nT m:,tt"r .ls
prominence from all over the country -to .he effect that matter once set in
, , I motion must continue to move until
are expected. - . . , . . , .
arrested by some outside force. Oth-
rtr-riridi M'nonuim pstpucd i ers c-,:lim that the motion is a "com-Ur-r-IUIAL
rviUbUUI I U UAIlMtK. ponud resultant of the motion of. the
' " ' earth in its oiibit aud the attraction or
Philadelphia Has One-, and He Draws e sun
' $3.85 Per Day.
Director Morris L. Cooke of the
Philadelphia department of public
works has appointed Harry Hoening
as the official mosquito slayer at a
salary of S3.S3 per day. There has
j been an appropriation of $3,000 made
to rid the Quaker City of mosquitoes,
and Hoening will, he says, begin at
I once to use "modern methods to extin
guish the melodious midsummer mis
The title of "diptologist" has been
; conferred upon him, and he will not
only dip into the stagnant pools to ex
terminate the insects, but he will dip
, Into the public treasury ohce a month
' for his well earned salary. . Mr. Hoe
ning will have charge of the work and
expects that his efforts will be fraught
with much success. His methods are
unique, and as a mosquito assassin
his record - Is said to excel anything
that the United States government has
ia its employ. ' '
LEAVES 93 DESCENDANTS.
Fifty Great-grandchildren Among
Mourners For Cousino, Aged 92.
Ninety -three direct descendants six when on account of urgent business af
childreu... thirty-seven grandchildren fairs I don't happen to reach home
and fifty great-grandchildren were . nutil after 2 o'clock in l he morning. -
left by Isidore Cousino, aged ninety- .
two, whose funeral was held recently Effect of the Climate.
at Erie, Mich. 1 Mrs." Mouey Hags I hear you have
Cousino . was dean of his family,
wealthy landowners, whose ancestors
were French pioneers in this section of
the country. He died a few hours aft
er six of his close kin were killed and
three injured when a Lake Shore train
hit their automobile.
Until a -year ago Cousino rode' a
horse and personally supervised his, "Do? Hire a private secretary to aa
farming." , - swer fool questions." Exchange. ' .
First Airship Stamps...
German stamp collectors were, de
lighted a few weeks ago to be able to
add to their treasures the flrt airship
stamps. Letters provided with them
can lie thrown Into any letter box to
lie conveyed by the Postluftschiff
Schwaben aluug the Rhine to Frank
t jx t or Darmstadt. - .
' No ivloi a I ritii i -
i A noted l-iwyor oi 1 tMinrsM't-a .vim
bo-ed under me d.-te.-.s t
hish temper and of lM-hii; do;if. walked.;
'into a courtroom jii-eiUii vr: li.v a.
youllKer ninn, of whom Jt lit- 'older prac- j
j titloner hud a small opinion. . ...'
; Presently. in the henrini; of a inoLlou,
there was a clash between the lawyer
and the judge. The judge ordered the
hiwyer to sit down, and as the lawyer, '
being deaf, d.du'l heal him and w ut
ou talking, the judge lined liini $10 for :
contempt. - ." j
The' lawyer' leaned toward the clerk !
pad cupped his hand behind his ear. J
"What did he say T tie inquired. ,
"lie fined you $10," explained the
clerk. '' '
-"For "contempt of court." said the
The lawyer shot a poisonous look to
ward -the be.iii h and reached a hand
Into his porket.
Til pay it." he said. "It's a just
,debt." Saturday Fvening Post.
The Politest Judge. r
Occasionally there are judges on the
bench so polite that their courtesy is
vexatious to the recipients. Justice
Graham of England w as spoken ofjts
the most polite judge that ever, wore
"My honest friend." he would say to
some convicted criminal, ."yon are
found guilty of a felony, for which it
is my painful duty to .sentence you to
transportation for the term of. ten
i On one occasion he by mistake sen
tenced a man to transportation who
had been convicted of a crime punish
able by death. Having been set right
by the 'clerk of the court, his lordship
"Dear me! , I beg "liis pardon, 1 am
eure."-Tlien.-piitting on the black cap,
he courteously apologized to the pris
oner for his mistake.and sentenced him
to be hanged by the neck until he was
dead. Green Hag.
Sea Watsr. -
Sea water is a complicated mixture
of a great variety of snbstances.
rtoughly shaking, it consists of IMiVr.
per cent of fresh water pins ."'a per
cent of mineral salts. Three-fourths
of these, salts are chloride of -sodium,
or common table salt, and the next
largest constituent is chloride of mag-
ticwinm After t liesf (nine snlnhate
of magnesium, sulphate of -lime.-" snl-
to bet2 cents' worth of gold in every
pailful of sea . water, but a. jet no
i,otjv l,.ls found a way to extract it.
Coper and zinc are found in some
sea vvp2(ia anfj certain species of coral
i9 thrde-millionths silver.
paily Motion of th1? Earth.
the cause of the oartlfsi daily motion
and how-the -.force of that, motion is
kept up. Some of them claim that the
"original initial centrifugal force" was
directed in a line slightly to one side
of the center of the globe. ' which
tirnu t s mil ok i.iiH'.i hn nn id h fr t
A Freak of Death VaM-y.-Saratoga
springs is one of the freaks
of Death valley and has probably
caused more profanity than anything
else in .the region The waters are as
clear as crystal, and. they bubble up
from a deep, sandy haxiii like a well
spring of joy. .Hut they-are strongly
Impregnated with sulpiii.ir" and other
minerals, "are tepid in temperature aud
-act instantly like an emetic "uion any
one who drinks them. Exchange.
An Altered Case. :
'.. Ascum Have you seen anything of
.liggins lately? Doctor Yes. I pre
scribed a trip to Iutiroiie for him only
this morning. Aseuin Indeed! Lie's
petting wealthy, isnr he? Doctor
Well. I can remember wben I used to
prescribe for him simply a dose of si
dium bromide fur the same coinplaiiit.
Mabel (sfud.ring her lesson) Papa,
what is the definition of "volubility?"
Mabel's. Tather My child, volubility U
a distinguishing feature of your mother
vpent a great deal of your time in
Italy?' Mrs. Parvenu Oh. yes., my
ear: we're quite italicized! Princeton
- That Shut Him Up.
"What would you do if you had a
million dollars?" "
" The Real Trouble. :.
Festive Ueptleman (returning home)
it's all .very well saying there's no
place like 'owe, but it's getting there's
the trouble. London Opinion.
There Is nothing so easy but that It
incomes difficult wneu you do it with
fig I wnigm.
sed by the refrac
re. without wh'ch
tly in darkness at
As twilight is .em
tion of thejitnwph
We should be iii.t:i!
sunset, - all parts.
twilight, though of
'When the sun has
f - the. earth have
sunk eighteen de-
izo'no more light
grees below the hoii
uy where, but the
the equator is so
.id.' - -
can be refracted t
path of the sun at
nearly vertical that
is proportionally rii
klit "at the equator
The shortest twi!
is one hour and tw
Ive minutes at the
i and September:
equinoxes iu Marcf
hour and nineteen
the longest is one j
tkes In June and
minutes at the so!
In London fi'oin
Mav 22 to July 21
nigh the night. No
urity so great, peo
in the tropics as
suddenly. . Farther
hetlands and Nor
tlie midnight sun.
so sight of the orb
is unknown. Lon.
it is twilight all thH
wonder, with a disj
file- speak of night
coining on almost
north still, in the
way, " we "speak.' of
where 'men never I
of day and twilight
noted English blb-
James Crossley. a
liomaniac, hied hi
ii one memoraoie
day -to a booksta ll i
volume, took it up
and. spying a little
;ssly through it
;ed its price from
was told it was
"I'll give you slx
dame; "it cost me
upon our book de-
and glanced care
After awhile he as
an old woman am
two and sisponce.
pence for it,'.' said
replied .the poor old
2- shillings." Wher
vn in disgust and
vourer threw it dti
retired. Jl geutlem
In, overhearing the
forward and pur
fter and, noticing
chased it at the sun
ley returned sooti
the book bad gone
what had become
k,t it. "Sold," an-
"for what you re
11 me who bought
swered the woman.
fused to give." "T
m 10" shillings for
it, and I'll give hii
igerly. The moral
it!" said Crossley
is self evident.
sign & Is .called
araprus." It Is
en times it was ku
hort and." In old-
vn as ampersand,
ago fell Into dis
a contracted and
f the Latin et The
but that word loud
use." It is simply
rapidly made form
derived from "and.
name ampersand is
per see and" that
whieh-Sri itself is
is, a single symbol
in chapter 21 of
meaning '&. is use
"Ada m Bede"
In Punch of April
stanza in the poe
Of all the types 1
): also In a poem
7, 1869. The first
ralluded to is as
Commend me to t
For he's the sent:
Of the typograph
man. seems to me.
cat com pan le
- Oh, my nice little
My graceful, sswa
like ampersand! '
Nothing that Cad
Equals my elesar.
nus ever planned
- The scientists h.
perjWexed over th
ve ror- years, Deen
'ri.-i. As long ago
TV-oll !irVil1f-lt!r S
.onuced that the
f'J to an abnormal
. ground was 1
depth at the pla
t-it-iit-u lu. -in iuv
Russia ii merchant
the task of ascer
the frozen stratum.
job after digging
; tiiiinuier of '1S29
, set a gang of mei
taining the dept h i
Thrv j:ivp ur. fl
' M,s,. r.J io solidly frozen
0 - -l i .. aJ
ences took the majjb u '.Voepth of
tween 1S3S aud Iaudone'd the shaft
3S2 feet and then alvas still frozen as
because the earth ,'yatural cold could
hard as a rock, isuch a depth, and
never penetrate to till unexplained.
! the phenomenon isVf
i of the dean of St
In the famous tri;
'Asaph, Mr,' Erskini
the great English
ion to the jury rel-
lawyer, put tl ijueslj
ative to the ineaui:
g of their verdict
bjected to its pro-
Mr. Justice nuiler
priety. The counsel
tion and deinander
judge again ihterpo
these emphatic wor
reiterated his ques-
an answer. The
fed his authority in
skine. Know your
" "Kit down. Mr. Etilied to make you
duty or I shall be o
know it" ' -
equal warmth,' re
uty as well as your
ir duty. -L stand
e of a- fellow cltK
plied: "1 know my i:
lordship knows, yo,
here as the advoeaiit down."
zen, and I will not i
ent. and the advo-
The judge was si
cate persisted in hi;
British army of-
The wives of hv
n stationed for a
et recently in Lon
restanrant to take
As their talk was
, fleers . who had '. bed
! long time in India in
I don and went to a 1
luncheon together. '
of a personal and
uaturej they fell to
dustanee. - This ar
conversing in Hin-
used the curiosity
ing them to burst-
of the waiter attem
n tly came forward
ing point. lie presel
Kscuse' me. mi-
and', said gravely:
dame, but I think
t only right to in-
form you that I until
"What is It now?'
"I wanna not her
ve had enough."
ways tellin', me I
an' nen you don't
nee to practice!"
No. Tommy, you
- "Aw, ma.' Ver a
don't eat properly.
never gimme no cha
. Heavy on ti
e. Mrs. Reilly?"
s phracticln' the
-t weigh a ton!"
"Phwat's thot no!:
"Sure, an' Norah
. "Hegorry, she inn
; Musical Events. .
Do It. .
Never suffer .voiir
Itself In fierceness.
courage to expend
your ' resolution In
lira in conning nor
-obstinacy, your wisil-nuess and despair.
your patience In suiia - -.
Short and Lc
TO OUR C0RKESP0NDEN TS
Please to have your items reach
ns not later than Wednesday eve
ning to insure insertion inthe cur
rent isMie of the paper.
J. Alexander Ch zs
LAWYER & NOTARY PUBLIC
Practice in all the
Writes WILLS, prepares DEEDS and
MORTGAGES, Drafts CONTRACTS
Office 148 N. Limestone St.
Lea n to Fly an Aeroplane
Now is the time. School now
starting. Special low rates to ap
"(jlicanis to start; Motor, propel
'er,construction and fljiug thor
ughly taught. The field for
iviatorsis laage. Get in at the
start. Send for prices and
THE GUARANTEE CO.
P. O. Box 6 14, Harrisburg, Pa
To the Editor Lexington Week
ly News, Lexington, Ky :
Dear Sir: May I say through
ihe columns of your paper to the
outh of Kentucky that those ex
pecting to attend Lincoln Insti
tute during the coming yeat
should make application at ot.ee.
It is quite customary for young
psop'e who desire to attend a
-chool ' to pack their trunk and
start iust when it is time for
the school to open. This will not
do in the piesent case. We ex
oect to have a picked company
f'om all over Kentucj', and our
xommodations are limited. Al-
dv a large number of applica-
tionNlanks have been and admit
tance v cards sent out. Not all
rooms are filled as'syet, but the
rush will come in the laSt weeks
before th.eschuol opens,
probable that many will find tl
selves too late.
Especially do we want to sApf tC
in-ir-tVio rlK-afinnintmpot nf. cllnST
In T incnlri Tnt it J1 '1. the fcpen
. m and findu
ing of t'v"r
them. Our dormi
tories are not - built of rubber.
They will not stretch. When
they are filled we shall refuse all
applicants. 1 he rule is to write
to the Principal for sin applica
tion blank, fill it out and return it,
obtaining an admittance card as suring:
admittance and a room.
Do it at once.
A. Eugene Thomson, Prin.
- . Simpsonville, Ky.
MEETING AT TUSKEGEE.
The fourteenth annual meeting
of the National Association of Ne
gro Physicians, Surgeons, Dentists
and Pharmacists will convene at
Tuskegee Institute August ,27. 28
and 29, 1912! :
The Southern Passenger. Asso
ciation has granted and published
rates in order to accommodate pet
sons desiring to visit this great in
stitution as well as fo witness the
development of the Association
since its organization up to the
Preparations are going sleadily
forward for the ente taiument of
the delegates. Physicians are re
quested to bring their families and
friends. Delegates and visitor.1
will be entertained on the schoo
grounds, in its dining h.ill and dor
mitories, and the families, con
nected with the school at the uni
form rate of .$1 per day.
"The round tiiu from Lexingtoi
is $21. 70. Tickets go on sale Aug
24, 25 and V6- Final limit tf
teach original starting point, re
turning not later . than midnight
September 1, 1912. There will
be special car privileges from Lou
isville, Ky., so it is hoped that
those anticipating taking' in thii
trip will communicate with Dr. J.
A. C- Latlimore, 1502 VV. Walnut
St., Louisville. Ky., chairman o)
the Transportation Committee, oi
Mary E. Britton, M. D-, Ken
tncky Vice President of the N M
.. 545 N. L'mestone St', Lexiti;
Have you ever had a srmart
neal? Try one at Ihe Fountain
.Peoples Pharmacy . '
Pprsons desiring to purchast
;ods advertised in these col
nins will help us and oflei
elp themselves by saying:
I saw your 'ad' in the "Week
Just received a shipment of
brushes, combs and other toilet
requisites. Look them over a
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the efforts we are putting , forth re
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Gra?s region, and will pay liberal
commissions to all who will undertake
to help us reach the mark we have
No complaint to make o the
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TEETHING, with PERFECT 8UCCESS. It 8O0THES
the CHILD, SOFTENS the GUMS. ALLAT8 all PAIN;
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world Be nre and ask forl'Mrs. Wlnslow'a Soothing
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j .-""iSfbLD-and wetrusd RSiffiDT,.
THE BIBLE TELLS
what is meaut by goocl meas
ure "Pressed d6wn, shaken to
wether, running over." You
set full weight when you buy
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Quantity s well as quality. '
Two good reasons -why you
houlduse our fJotir. "
rifoolo't Floir Mills
0AV1S HEW DISCOVERY
FOR RHEUMATISM AND
Davis' New Discovery will
cure you right in the privacy of
your home. His prescription
lias cured hundreds of sufferer?
PRICE, $ 1 A BOTLLE
Guaranteed by A. W. Davia
under the.-Pure' Food and
Drugs Act of June 30, 1006.
PATENT APPLIED FOR
455 North Upper St., Lex. Ky.
DRESS MAKING AND PLAIN
MRS. J. E. PAGE
58L NEWTOWN PIKE
62 N. Broadway
Li. B. F. Building
148 . North Limestone Street,
Drugs and Medicines
PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICLES
JOHN B. THOMAS
Practical Boot and
Shoe Maker; Work
done while you wait
Wei have the latest
j imp roved machinery
337 N. LIMES fONU
WANTED AT ONCE.
J.n energetic, reliable young woman
fo canvass the city thoroughly for sub
scribers. We will pay a liberal com.-.
.Mselcn to the i'..:t perspn. Ca;i'at
the o35ce any morning after 3 o'clock