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THE PUBLIC LEDGER
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A. F. CURRAN. Editor and Publisher.
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to The Loxinglon Ilorold, tho Dover News or
the (Jynthiima Democrat, if they will prove
that (here is a single empty market basket in
this country which is the result of Republican
policies or the Protective Harifl.
As we said beforo tho election: Thero nro
no empty nmrkot baskots now except those
nmdc empty by drunkenness, misfortune or
If the average man were to throw away all
the keys he doesn't need ho would carry around
a good deal less iron in his pocket.
Tho Topeka State Journal notes that a
Kausns farmer is clearing between $S,000 and
$10,000 a yeni with alfalfa on an original
investment of 2,000 and remarks that if a
big corporation was making profits in like
proportion, wouldn't there be a tremendous
outcry against tho predatory rich?
THIS MEANS YOU, MISTER.
A man down in Arkansas crawled into a
hollow log to get out of the rain. The thun
der rolled, the rain poured down in torrents,
the log swelled up until the poor fellow .vas
'unable to move. Face to face with a cruel
death. ho began -to think upon his sins. Finally
ho recalled that he .had not paid for his week
ly newspaper, which made him feel so small
that he crawled out through a kuothole.
Monioe County (Mo.) News.
THEG. 0. P. A LIVELY CORPSE.
The New Yoik World prints signed state
ments ridiculing the idea that the Republican
party is dead. Among them are these:
Mount Kisco, N. Y., November 7. I do
not think the Republican party is dead any
more than tho Demociatic party was dead
when Bryan was repeatedly defeated.
Tho Republican and Progressive parties are
not likely to differ in icgard to definite hu
mauitaiian proposals that come within the
scope of practicability. In my judgment the
division of the Republicans in this campaign
was more the result of conflicting personalities
-than of irreconcilable differences in policy.
Even in this vary unlikely event tho Re
publican party, come what may, will survive
as long as the American people are true to tho
great ptinciplcs upon which our republic ta
founded. Loss of power U often a refining
experience. "I, therefore, look for the gradual
elimination of the influences that have made
vthe present breach in the Republican party.
I look for the ultimate reunion of its broken
parts and J look for many mote victories to bo
.won under its banner.
Topokn, Knus., November 7. The Repub
lican party is not dead. It will come back in
two and four years from now stronger than
ever. A party with such a splendid history
ould not be wiped out of existonco by one
defeat. Within two years tho peoplo will
vi'fully realize how much they owe to the Ropub-
'Ttpan party and to tho Republican policies.
Pittsburgh, Pa., November 7. When tho
time comes to elect congressmen two years
hence, I think you will bo convinced that the
Ropublicnn pnrty U a very lively .eorpso.
Geqkcik T. Olivkr, U, S. Senator,
That tho increase in tho cobI of living 5b
world-wide is again illustrated in a consular re
port from Jerusalem, whoro tho present scale
of wages is very low. It is estimated that tho
general increaso in tho cost of living in tho
'Holy City" in the past ten years has been at
least SO per cent., and there have been no
At tho recent international commercial con
gress in Boston, C. Il.'Cauby,. of Chicago,
contended that the "high cost of living" was
due to higher staudards of living rather than
to chango in prices. The prices on staples
fluctuate but little, he said, but it costs more
for people to live becauso'they no longer have
tho thrift and economy of tlnir ancestors.
There is much force in this view, but it did
not please some of tho free traders present,
aud two of them urged "universal fieo trade"
as a solution of the problem. There is little
doubt that universal free trade would, at least
for a time, reduce the cost of living for somo
people, but it would also diminish employment
and wages and consumptive demand, lower the
standaid of living, and impair tho value and
security of investments. Not many peoplo
who have any common sense will endorse tho
THE JUDICIAL RECALL.
At the recent meeting ofAmeriean Bar Asso
ciation, in Milwaukee, Henry D. Kslabrook,
New York, after asserting that judicial recall
wa3 being urged by "one-eyed leaders of the
blind," said: (
"It is proposed to recall a judgo from his
high office to obscurity or disgrace whenever
lie decides a case, not necessarily contrary to
the law, but contrary to what a number of
people in his vicinity regard as a law. It is
proposed that a clique of votcis nny set in
motion the vast and expensive machinery of
an election for this purpose whenever aud as
oftcnas they see fit. It is proposed that the issue
shall be determined, not by a majority vote of
all eligible electors, who are perhaps indiffer
ent to the proceeding, but by a majority of
those actually voting on tho particular isuc
and who are passionately alive to it. Here is
an exemplification of trial by jury that tran
scends all idea of law or justice; where the
judge himself is prisoner at the bar, accused of
no crime nor of anything in particular without
benefit of couusol or power to summon wit
nesses not even to bo confronted by his
accusers. It is a distardly, cowardly, eiuol
contrivance that would make the iniquity of
the inquisition almost respectable by comparison."
Cips from &exas.
As a general thiug, a man can see more or
less trouble even without risking one eye.
The old-fashioned trecklc-facod boy who
wanted to blow the bass horn -in the brass
band now has a son who has a calliopo attach
ment on his automobile.
When a girl gets substantial enough not to
look ns if she may break in two she is unhuppy
because she thinks she may bo too stout.
One reason a woman doesn't care much
about tho Constitution is becuase she is going
to do whatever sho wants to anyway.
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LADY COOK WANTED.
Clerk Your nd reads, "l'lain cook wanted. " They
rather fight shy ol that, air.
aubbuhe How nball I put it, then?
Olerk I should say, "Woman wanted to do plain
8ubbubg Change it, will jpu? Glad you mentioned
it. And, by tho way, Instead ot "woman" you'd better
make it "lady."
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If your Public Ledger stops,
remember the cause.
Child Welfare Conference
WARREN MEMORIAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
1. Monday Morning, November 25, 10 O'clock.
Prof. D. " Huntoon, presiding.
A Opening remnrks by the Chairman. "Foods and Feed In Relation
to Infants Mortality." Dr. J. Rowan Morlson. Discussion
openJd by Mrs. Letchworth Smith.
B "Prevntablc Blindness in Kentucky." Dr. J. A. Stucky, Lex
ington Ky.; Miss Linda Neville, Lexington, Ky. Discussion
opened by the Chairman of tho meeting, Prof.' B. B. Huntoon.
Monday Afternoon, November 25th, 3 O'clock.
A "Eugenics and Sex Hygiene." Dr. J. B. Marvin presiding.
A "Eugenics and Child Welfare." Dr. John G. Trawlck.
B "Sex Education and Hygiene." Chas. 0. Blrtwell. Discussion
opoued by Mrs. P. B, Sample.
3. Monday Evening, November 25th, 8 O'clock.
Mrs. Morris B. Belknap, President ot the Exhibit and Conference,
presiding. Opening Address by tho Presiding Olllcer. Ad
dress, "Tho Community's Obligation to Its Children." Dr. E.
T. Devlne, New York.
4. Tuesday Morning, November 25th, 10 O'clock.
"Education." Prof. T. Y. Coates, Frankfort, Ky., presiding.
A "Problem of the Rural School." Subject presented by Presiding
Officer and Prof. Barksdafe Hamlet, Frankfort, Ky. Discussion
to be opened by Mrs. Chas. P. Weaver, Louisville, Ky.
B "The Wider Use of the School Plan." Subject presented by
Miss Panllnc Wltherspoon. Discussion opened by Mrs. Cora
Wilson Stewart, Morehead, Ky.
5. Tuesday Afternoon, November 26th, 3 O'Clock.
"Recreation." Rev. Maxwell Savage, President of tho Conference of
Social Workers, presiding.
A "Public Outdoor Play." Mr. Graham Romeyn Taylor, Chicago,
B "Local Situation With Reference To Danco Halls." Miss Ruth
Saplnsky; Mr. James Yunker. General discussion on "Recre
ation" oj)cned by Mr. Graham R. Taylor, Chicago.
6, Tuesday Evening, November 26th, 8 O'Clock..
Rev. Aquilla Webb presiding.
"The Public Health; How Wo Aroused the Stato of Louisiana,"
Dr. Oscar Dowllng, State Board of Health, Louisiana. Dis
cussion to bo opened by Dr. W. E. Grant, Health Olllcer of tho
City of -Louisville; Dr. J. B. McCormack, Secretary of the
State Board of Health.
7. Wednesday Morning, November 27th, 10 O'Clock.
"The Child and tho Law," Mr. Roger N. Baldwin, St. Louis, pre
siding. A "Probation ns a Reformatory Measure, and What Probation
Means." By presiding olllcer. Discussion opened by Mrs.
Cora M. Bain.
B "The Street Child at Night" Night Chief Patrick RIdgo.
C "The Work of the Board of Children's Guardians." Judge S. J.
8. Wednesday Afternoon, November 27th, 3 O'Clock.
"Dependent and Neglected Child." Presiding, Dr. Hustings W. Hart,
Russell Sago Foundation, New York.
Opening Remarks by Presiding Olllcer.
A "The Work of the Kentucky Children's Home Society." Mr.
Geo. L. Sehon, Louisville. "The Institutional Care of Chil
dren." Mr. O. E. Pfouts, Miss Elizabeth Walsh, Miss Mattle
Prlt'st, Mr. Chas. Strull. Discussion opened by Presiding Ofh
cer. 9. Wednesday Evening, November 27th, 8 O'Clock.
"The Delinquent Ohild and the Home." Miss Sophonlsba P. Breck
inridge, of Chicago. "The Modern as Compared With tho
Obsolete Institution for Children." Dr. Hastings H.Hart, Rus
sell Sage Foundation, New York.
SOME OF THE PEOPLE WORKING
ON CHILD WELFARE EXHIBIT.
Well Known Kentucklans Enlisted In
Efforts for Betterment of Condi
tions for the Child.
The following aie si few of the many
committees working to make the great
Child Welfare Conference and Exhibit
at Loulsllle, November l!l-30 a suc
Mh S Tliuiiton Mallard, Chairman.
Mrx. Cllincr 8 Adams, Peter Lue Atlt
erton, Mix. P. it. CullHlian, Mrs. Attllla
Cnx. Jr., (Jeoige Oanforth, .Mis. George
D.tnfortli, Sirs. Osnir Kenley, Mrs. Sam
uel C. HcnnlnK. Mrs J. H. Jutl.ili, Ulcli
aid W. Knott. Mm. Itlcliard V. Knott,
Miss l.ucie Norton, Mrs. Matt O'Dohi'i ty.
Mm. Kreileilc A. Sacl.ett, Mis Jefterson
IJ. .Stewutt, It. C. llnllurd Tliiuston,
Thomas C Tlnibeilake, Mrs. Thomas C
Tlmberlake, Mrs. Jmnes Huas Todd.
lteimiid Klexner, Chaltmin.
MIhh Ji'iinle M. Klexner, II. U. Mocltuy,
It. J. McHryde, r Maxwell Savage, Mm.
Putty U. Semplc.
P II. Callahan, Chuliniun.
Hi me llaldeman, Frank Dacher.
lleo. Gray, Chairman.
J. 11. Alberts, Jr., Miss Kdna Dotflneer,
.Tames It. Keller, Heniy Klauber, Claude
Matlaclc, C. C Ousley, Chas. Sneed Wil
I). II Cootie, Chairman.
J. V. litckmaii, Desha Hreckcnrlditc,
James V. Uuckner, Jr., Father Louis Dep
pen. Louis Ultinur, S. J. Duncan-Claik,
A. It. nunlup. Miss Hoi tense Klexner,
Miss Miriam U.ilnex, A. i). Lipscomb, Miss
Cleo Long, Joseph Lomrttreet, A. T. Mac
Donald, Charles Neumeyer, Miss Helen
Randolph, Krei! Hchwenker, Harry Sum
meis, T. C. Undeiwood, Urey Woodson.
Ways and Means.
Chas. W. Allen, Clmlinion.
Geo. Bnbcoek, Thruston Hallaid, Alfred
Utuudels, Mis. Wm. Morgan.
I)r. H. E. Tuley. Chats num.
Dr. It. M. Allen, Dr. Phillip K. Barbour.
Miss Jennie C. Benedict, Dr. Violence
Uiandels, Miss Lllla Diced, Dr. W. Kd
Ginnt, Dr. Delia Hertsch, Miss Muiy
Lafon, Dr. J. Huwan Murilsun, Miss Linda
Neville. Miss nilinheth Shaver, Dr. J. A.
Stucky, Dr. J. D. Tiawlck, Dr. Ap Mor
gan Vance. Dr. Annie Veech, Dr. Dun
ning 8. Wilson.
I J. O. Holland, Chairman.
.1. M. Aatheiton, Miss Kllrnbeth JJrock
cnrldKe, Principal li. P. Chupln, Miss
Louise Deltz. Miss Mary D. Hill. J. H.
McKoiran, Pilnclpal O. L. Held. Miss Jda
Itudolf, James Speed, Principal H. U
Tlnsloy, Miss Pauline F. Wlthei spoon.
Mrs, It. P. Halleck, Chairman.
Lafon Allen. Miss Hurl let K. Anderson,
Mrs, Harry Bishop. Albert 8. Brandels,
MIbs Adele Brandels. Mrs. II. L. Burt,
Mrs. Itobert Horner, Dr Julia A. Ingram,
Dr. George A Itnbertson, John HchnelUw
Settlement and Educational Movements.
Mrs. John Little, Chaliumn.
Miss Kllen D. (3lney, jilis Mary Gates,
Mrs. Krnkauer. II. C McDowell, Miss
Louise Marshall, Miss Funnle llaweon,
Miss ltuth Saplnsky.
Arthur Allen, Fred J. Drexler. V. II.
Knxlelmrd, Miss Victor.. Engleluird, Wll
(lain Hogs, Carl CJartiur, M,ta-X. Jonss,
It. A. McDowell, Mis. H. A. McDowell. D
F. Muiphy, Kuiiuel O'.Ve.il, Miss Fiancis
Slmphon, Chesley Swann
MJss Pauline F Wllhci spoon, Cluili
mau Miss Ciiollne Allen. T R. Bishop. MIs
Caiollne B HouiKaid, W. F Bradbiii.
MIhm Kllzabeth Brei-kcnildgt'. W. K
Blown. Mis Stuatt It. Cecil, L. F Dltt
nmi. Miss Kinui.t Doltlnger, Miss Clara
Fitch, (J. 11 Piaster, Miss Nannie l.ee
Fi.isti. C Isiiai'. Powhattan W. .lames,
T 1.. .leffeison, I'ail Joersclike, Call J
Kroli, I'llffoid II Martin. W. II. Mi
Cieiuy, Chester McDowell, II. K. Mon
tague, Miss Madge Nnve. Mis. t). V.
Prouts, Phillips II ltnn. Miss Jane (!
Wjniund, JINh Kmma Woeiiur
Mis Ilniboui Mlnulgi'iode, Chairman.
Mrs. Alex Bailed, Di. l.eo Bloch, Miss
Alexlnu Booth. Mis. Gruddy Cary, Miss
nisie Klexner, Mis. I.eouaid Ilewett, Mis
i.ewls Ilnmphir., Mi.s Howard l.ee, Miss
Cuiollue I.elb, Mis Kicd Levy, Miss Mar
tha Maivln, Miss Susan Moiton, Mis
Sub-Committee Housing Condition t.
Miss Amy Biundels, Stuai t Chevalier,
V. J Gammon, Mrs Geo. Giay, Miss
Helen lloblnson, K. A Sampson.
Moral and Religious Life.
Huston Quill, Chairman.
Judge Samuol .1 liolililck, He. U G.
Fnote, Miss Nannie Lvc Fi.iyser, Thus F
!onlon, Geoige Hays, Itcv. Geoigc A.
Joplln. Hev. John Little. H, E. Montague.
Miss Rosalie P.irsny, Miss Mudeline ltea
ger, Giover Sales.
Miss Fiances Ingrain, Chaltmnn.
John Andeisou, Mis. Alex Biuret, Miss
Lucy Bairet. Mis. C. Feiguson Biuun,
Mis. J. .1. Caftiey, Mrs. E. N. M. Max
well, Mis, Will Newman, Miss Annie
Hlcluudson, Geo. L. Sehon, Mis. Bernuul
Selllgman, Chillies Stiull, Mis. K S. Ta
chnu, James Yunker.
The Child and the Law.
Leon P. Lewis, Chaliman.
Mis. Coi.i B.iin, Judge S. J. Holilikk,
Mis. N. A. Com tiight, Julius Hlld, Judge
W. P. Lincoln. O. E. Pfouts, Mis. L'nima
G. Stair, Judge Mull- Welsslnger.
Country Life and Schools.
Prof. T. J. Coates. Chaliman.
i Mis. C. 1. Weaver, Vice Chairman
F C. Dutton, Versailles. Ky., Mis. Coin
Wilson suwuit. Moreiieaa, Ky.; commis
sioner J. W. Newman, Fiankfort, Ky.;
Fled Mutehler, Bowling Green, Ky.; Miss
Ltda Gai dner, Carlisle, Ky.: Miss Jessie
O. Yancey, Maysvllle, Ky.: W. L. Jayne,
CatlettHburg, Ky.; N. C. Haminaek, Moi
gantleld, Ky , .Miss I.ucllo Giogan, Mm
ray, Ky.; 1'iesldent Henry llaiker, Lex
ington, Ky. l Supt. T. Baiicsdale Humlett,
Kru ilk foil, Ky ; Prof. Mclleniy Ithoadcs,
Fiankfort, Ky., J. B. McFenan, Louis
ville, Ky.: Miss May Stone, Hlndinan,
Ky.. It. L. McFarland, Pies. K. IS. A.,
Owensboio, Ky.; W. D. Dodd. Maytleld,
Ky., Eineiy White, Bowling Green, Ky.;
Miss N. G. Falconer, Lexington, Ky.; Jay
O'Dunlel, Louisa, Ky ; Piof J. L. Pllken
Ion, Ellzabetlitowii, Ky j W T McClenn,
H.udstown, Ky.; E. F. Davis, Willluma
buig, Ky.; Oivllle J. StlverB, LoulsMlIe,
BoltovliiB that boys and girls gain
new nnd broader vIowb through social
gatherings, working clubs nnd whole
some books, the directors of exhibit
will show what the boy scouts arc do
ing, us well' us activities of Boclal Bet
tlpjinonts, the work ot tUp travelling
libraries and will provide a model
chlldrens' library room whoro children
visiting the exhibit may road and have
thill? "Story Hour,"
SATURDAY WILL BE ANOTHER
At the New York Store. Our stock is being
replenished daily. We always have
what you want.
Heavy Outing, good quality, Sc a yard.
Boys' Heavy Sweaters 25c.
Ladies' Best Underwear 25c.
Ladies' $1.50 Dresses, 98c.
Children's Bear Skin Coats $2.98 quality $1.89
Ladies' $3.50 Raincoats $2.49.
Ladles' Beautiful Long Coats $3 89. ,
Another lot of Ladies' $1 Outing Gowns 50c.
75c Blankets 49c in Grey and White.
Ladies' $1 Linen Tailored Waists 50c.
Also reduction in our Millinery Department. New
Hats in again today.
New York Store Sf '
SAFE AND SANE.
I hnvo Tor sale nn assortment of choice Investment Securities
yielding H'i to 7 Interest, Investigation Invited.
PRANK H. CLARKE,
First National Bank Building.
Roofing and Fencing
J. C. EVERETT & CO.
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New Victor Records
You can liear tliem. Stop In any time. We're as Kind to play them at you'll bo to bear thera.
A few of these new selections:
q.,,Q l Rlicoletto Quartette Kryl's Iloliemlan Hand
saw Trovatcre "Horn to Our Mountains." Vessella's Ittllan Hand.
ti0078 Sonits Mv Mother Taught Me. Lucy Isabella Marsh
7W82-Mern Countess Waltz Victor Herbert's Orchestra.
,.,., i The Million Do'Iar Hall-llllly Murray.
' " I When I Get You Alone Tonletit Waltr Van llrun.
..... i Everybody Two-step American Quartet,
1,171 i Hu dy Hoy Colllns-Ilarlan.
And large selection of other Records,
Records, 60c to $7, Vlctrolas, $15 to $200.
P. J. MURPHY, The Jeweler
Snath Trimble, Clerk of the National Mou e
of Itepreset.tatlvos, espreseeJ tho belief that
an extra sesdion of Congreo will bo cil'ed
soon after the inauguration to revliethe tirilL
If It's R00KW00D
It's Good COFFEE
There's sereral grades, but ne sure It's l'ookwood
30c to 40c Per Pound
One pound packages,
Ono pound cans. All
Tho P R VAohcfoi P.n '"Po"s
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Direct wireless communication lutveon Colon
and tho new wirele etatun at Arlincton. a
distatcj of 1,780 m lej, wsj oitaLliabe-S
White, Angel Food.
The undersigned. A.'iinlulstrntor of Thorcas
Mcelian, deceased, will offer at public sale on the
premises In Washington, Ky., on
Wednesday, November 20, 1912,
At 10 a. in . the following described real estate,
to-wlt. - - "
That certain house and lot llug and being la
the town of Washington aud described and
bounded as follows;
1 Th se two certain lots In said town, one of
which trouts on Main aud the other on Welt Uncle
street, and which Join each other between those
1 two streets aud which Is cmslderd as ono lot,
I are bounded as follows- On the North by Wll
' Ham street, on the South by the property of Wocd
aud M.Utby, cu the East by William street, to.
gelher with the privileges nnd appurtenances,
I being the mine which was conveyed by deed of '
I Mitry l'arkrr and husband to Ihcmas Meehan,
recorded In 1). 11. No. 70. I'. 2i0, of tho Mason
County Court Clrrlt's olllce
This property will beille-rd tu three parcels.."'
and then as a whole and will be sold In the way
it will bring the most money.
Terms if the sale inula known on ths day of .
THK r.QUITAHLE TRUST COMPANY
OV DOVIIR, KY..
V. P. O'Donutll, Attorney. 0IM518
The 23d Day of November,
At 2 o'clock p. in., we will offer for sale to the
highest bidder the old I.lojd farm of
On the Salem Turnpike, oua and a bait ultra
Sourheast of (Jcriuantown, In Miaon county.
This farm has been lu continuous possession of
thu I.lojd family sluo lSJi. It tins had careful
nianagemout, has alwaya been a famous tobacco
farm and Is now In a high state of cultivation.
This farm can bo divided In advantage and
will be offered for sale lu pilrcela aud as a w hole.
There Is a good two-story dwelling, tenant
house, all uecessary outbuildtnus, barn room for
25,000 pounds of tobacco, a never-fulling and
weil-dlstrlbuted supply of stock water, and feno
lug In good condition. The place Is ono and a
half inlletfrbiu churches at.d schools oc a good
turnpike that leads to the stable door. This
farm pays a gocd peroenj. farmed on the tenant
system and Is desirable either ai an Investment
or as a home,
For further Information apply to Dan It. Lloyd,
EVAN LLOYD'S HEIRS.
G. M. WILLIAMS
First National Bank, Fourth Floor
PHONE 388 ,
Second-Hand Material of
the Hall House
Sold by the Home Tobacco Company.
COUGHLIN & GO.
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Distance Phones Itetldcucv No 1)7,
II. S. I)LLIS, Agent,
Clicsapcnkc & Ohio
Schedule (ITectlve Juo.
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