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laVSaWOsailt; MOfafaranafr faciAf,.
JUMPS DOWN SHAFT OF
First Suicide In History of Fa
mous Obelisk Girl's Effort
to Save Her Futile.
WashlriBton, Feb. 23. Mrs. W. F.
Cock roll, of Del Itay, Va., Jumped In
to the elevator shaft of the Washlng-
i ton Monument at a landing near tho
top lato today, and fell to tho bot
tom, niorf than COO feet below. Sho
left a note addressed to her husband,
saying she was suro sho could not
I recover from an Illness. Her body
was crushed by striking tho sides of
the shaft on the way down, nnd sho
was dead before her body reached
the bottom. t
The District Coroner Issued a ccr-
tlftpntn .if rlnntti litr Dillnliln Mr.
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Cockrell s farewell note, written on u
physician's prescription blank and
left In the monument, said sho reallz-
ed she was a "burden" to her hus. '
band, and asked that her body be I
It was the first time the towering
obelisk, which was opened to the pub-
lie In 18S8, and has been visited by
millions of Americans, hod been the
scene of suicide. Ten years ago, a
painter working in tho shaft accident
ally fell to his death.
An hour before the monument was
closed for the day, Mrs. Cockrell went
to the observation gallery near the
top of the structure in the elevator.
A few minutes later she walked down
to the third landing and clambered
between the steel raits that separate
tho elevator shaft from the stair
way. Sightseers screamed, and Miss
'Edna Itockefellon, of Takoma Park,
rushed to Mrs. Cockrells side and
clutched at her clothing. There was
a brief struggle, then portions of the
dress gave way and Mrs. Cockrell
plunged down the shaft.
As she fell her body caromed from
sldo to side, striking aglnst the rail-
, ings. Horror-stricken tourists and
the watchmen at the base of the
monument notuieu oinciais, ana uoi.
W. W. Harts, superintendent of pub
lic buildings, took charge of the body,
while other officials started to notify
A few hours earlier Mrs. Cockrell
had gone with her husband to the
office of a local specialist on nerve
troubles. She was 32 years old.
Hauls Oddl' HtmnK.
(J. If. Thomas in Kentucky Sun.)
Owing to our strained relations
with Germany tho President, It is
said, is anxious to see Congress ad
journ; fearing it might Inflame the
nation to war. If the Congress Is a
menace to national peace the darned
thing' should bo abolished.
Our Imports for the calendar
year 1913 were $1,792,000,000 and
for 1914 $1,789,000,000, a falling off
of only a trifling sum ot $3,000,000,
and yet under the Wilson tariff law
our revenues fell off, in round num
ber, the tremendlous sum of one la
come tax, a war tax and a large and
still growing deficit.
Down In his ancient ballwlck the
friends ot S. A. Anderson are pleased
to see him mentioned for Common
wealth's Attorney for the Louisville
district. As editor and lawyer at
Hartford, Mr. Anderson's energy and
industry 6utgrew the limitations of a
country townr and he moved to Lou
isville, where he is finding recogni
tion both in law and politics and. he
is worthy of It.
With a full vote Kentucky is a
doubtful State. Tho Independents
and their ranks are growing hold
the balance of power. The present
State Administration smells Uko a
block ot mouldy llmburger, but to
win, our ticket, from Governor down,
must be clean. Not only clean but
capable; nor is clean and capable
enough. Abovo all they must bo can
didates known of all men to be hon
est and fearless. Men who will stand
linn for sound nnd sensible public
measures amid the clamor of tho
mob or tho demand of tho Interests.
The Kentucky law limiting the
session of tho General Assembly to
Hl-rlv .lnv Is n .llRirrnp to tlm Rtntn.
ine now legislator nas scnrceiy time 1
to bocomd familiar with tho common . "e'ghborliood.
forms of legislative procecduro bo-, "
fore his term expires. Much of the N Vso to Tiynnd Wear Out Your
Imperfect Work, ot that body Is ,Cld It VIUWc'nr You. OuTliMeiid.
chargeablo to lack of tlnlo to propyl -Thouisand-, keep 011 suffering
erly maturo It. Those who havo' Coughs ntuf-Cdlds through neglect
witnessed tho closing days of a legls-lnnd delay, f' Why mnko yourself tin
latlvo session know .how measur.ea, j easy prey tpserlous ailments nnd
good, bad und Indifferent, mostly epidemics, a' tho result of a neglect
bad or Indifferent, nro rushed through . ed Cold? Coughs and Colds sap your
without intelligent consideration by i-strcngth and vitality unless checked
tho irfoat majority of tho legislators, in the early stages. Dr. King's New
"' af "u! luiiiiuuuu ruua Brvittj .
in that body of honor. Removo it,
fix a moderate annual salary for tho
legislators and trust to the tax of
their personal expqiibea to limit the
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sesslon, and you will attract a class
of men who can be trusted both to
legislate1 and to ndjurn. If your
General Assembly is a dangerous
body abolish It, If It Is worthy of re
spect allow It to legislate.
Let Them Itevlso the Tariff.
Tho Democratic party Is In no
shape to make Its debut for tho
season of 19 16.
It has promises to redeem by leg
islation, and It has errors to correct
by tho same process.
Its legislative action upon sugar,
for Instance, deprived the Govern
ment of revenue, seriously Injured
the business Interests of Louisiana
land other States, and benefited not
a consumer In the republic, for
prices are higher now by a large per
centage than when the Tariff sched
ule was passed.
It was an error, nn economical
mistake, a political blunder.
It should be corrected, but white
j correcting that, the Democratic party
(Should go further and revise the en-
Itlru Tariff law so as to produce th
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revenue required by tho Government
to carry out the policies the people
Let tho Democratic party frankly,
boldly, courageously state to the
country that the European war has
so changed commercial and financial
conditions that it becomes necessary
to alter the Tariff schedules In order
to Increase the revnues, and that It
proposes to do so, and to abolish
the war tax.
That Is the right, policy, the prop
er course, the wise thing to do, and
if done, will greatly strengthen the
Democratic party In every State in
No party responsible for a Treas
ury deficit and for an oppressive and
offensive war tax has any chance to
win before the voters of the Union
in a national campaign.
The Democratic party has always
regarded the Tariff as a revenue pro
ducer. Let It make It so now, and
rid Itself of the deficit and the war
tax at once and the same time by
changes In the customs duties.
This is one revision of the Tariff
that will be welcomed and approved
by- farmers, merchants, manufactur
ers and the worktngnien, and these
constitute the great majority of the
people of the United States.
The flnaclal condition of the
Treasury requires this action.
The needs of the nation call for
larger expenditures, and the revenue
to cover these expenditures can best
be obtained lit this way.
Suppose the political opponents
of tho Democratic party and of the
administration 'do flout nnd become
Let them exhaust themselves in
that line, but when they perceive the
effect of this legislation In the cities,
the States, and throughout the
Union, they will see their own
strength rapidly ebbing, their own
organization divided and disinteg
rating, and their sneers and sarcasm
will give way to doubt, gloom and
If this be done, the Democratic
party will enter 1916 with the con
fidence of the people and their sup
port. If it is not done, it will be strangl
ed by the war tax and the deficit.
The farmers In this vicinity aro
busy breaking ground.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Royal of
Isle, spent a few days with Mr. and
Mrs. R. W. Maddox.
Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Stum, ot Para
dise, spent Saturday and Sunday with
friends and relatives.
Mr. Boyce Maddox, visited his sis
ter, Mrs. Clarence Royal recently.
Miss Verda Asnby visited Mrs. Nat
Mr. Roscoe Bishop was in this
Mr. and Mrs. Will Curtis visited
tho former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Boscoe Williams recently mov
ed his saw mill from Muhlenberg
county to saw for R. W. Maddox near
Mrs. R. W, Maddox has been on
the sick list for several weeks, but
Is now thought to be improving.
Mr. Cal V. Keown, candidate for
the Republican nomination for cir
cuit court clerk, was In this vicinity
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