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mendous difference one of our
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an ocean breeze.
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Sizes and styles for men and
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R. W. TRI BBLE
Tii?? Up-to-Date Clothier
Kentuckian ;b Chown to Complete
.lite Terni bf. the Laie Sena
tor W. O. Bradley.
(By, AVinr.lated'Pros* ?
(' Frankfort, Ky., June fl6.-Governor
MeCre?ry today signed tho "commls
aton of John N. Camden, Democrat, of
Versailles,' as United States senator
from Koo tucky, to fill the vacancy
caused by the recent death of Sena
tor W. O. Bradley. Mr. Camden will
serve until November when a senator
will bo elected to fill out Mr. Brad
ley's ierru, (Milich expires March 4.
Mr. Camden ls 40 years old and ls
tho son ofjj. M. Camden, who was Uni
ted 8tatoB senator from West Virgin
ia from 1881 to 1887 and from 1893 to
1895. Ile was born in Parkersburg,
W. Va-, and was educated at Phillips
Andover academy and the Virginia
Military academy at Lexington, Va.,
afterward ni tended tho Columbia law
schcol. Kew York city. Reentered dp
ion an activo business career with tho
'Ohio River Railroad, a- line built by
?hie futile.;. I .?ter, ho became pr?si
dent of '. railroad const ruction^com-,
puny, which- bulli tho Munongohela
River Railroad. v..v.. jSS.,, Vi
' Ho carno to Kentucky in
! YOUR KIDNEYS HURT
Ealle.xH went if yoi? ?CL'1 flacknell* vr
lime ?Hutlder Ilbilbie Halls
-, $ fie for Kidney H.
aioat foinie uric ach? wh ebclx
Meat forms uric aoid which excites
aud overworks thc kidneys in their cf.
foi t?. to flltor.lt from the system. Reg
ular outers of moat1 must flush the kid
neys occasionally. You must relieve
?Ujfm likr.you relieve your bowles; re
NIIII vin g a\l the; acids, astwe and poison,
j else : ou reel a dull misery tn the kid
ney region, shavp pains .In tho back
S or sl?k hogdachS, dlssiness, . your
(stomach sours, togue is coated and
! when the weather ls bed you have
j rheumatic.twlngs. The urlne.'ls dody,
ii |ull of sediment: i the ch??enle often
: get irritated"; obliging you to get iii?
;two or 'thre times during tho night.
To- neutralize those Irritating aolds
. -: and flush off tho body's urinous waste
' got about four ounces'.of Jad 'Salts
? rroui any phttmacK'; ;take a.-table
; spoonrtil in a g?iss of water before
breakfast for a, few days and your
^kidneys will then act fine and bladder
disorders disappear. This famous
;.6alts ls made from tho acid ot grapes
? and lemon Juice, combined With lithla,
. and baa bmi used for generations to
: clean and stimulate sluggish kidneys
v and atop.?adder irritation. . Jad Salt?
l? Inefepe9B}vj?;; harn^l??pa and makes a
; v delightful ' effervesceul lithla-water
~.?:drink which rail Hons o? mon and w*om
en take nb?' and "Iben;, thus avoiding
. serfous kidney and bladder diseases.
chaaorl u country catutc of 1 ,'?00 acres
near Versailles and became u breeder
of thoroughbred horses. Many racing
horses that became. noted on thu
tracks were .bred. at.-Spring Hill." la
ter be waa .associated with John C.
Ci Muyo und C.--W. Watson, in Ba?lorn'
Kentucky development companies.
Mr. Camden entered politics in 1911.
He had served on both the executive
abd financial committees of thc Dem
ocratic party in thia Statu. Hu ls -a
member of the State Racing Com
(Dy Associated Press.)
Annapolis, Juno 16.-According to
reliable information obtained here,
naval academy authorities aro inves
tigating circumstances that indicate
unfair methods were used by ono or
more candidates who took the examin
ation for admission to the academy
A well authenticated report has lt
?1...? - ?. l --* -?- _ l--.hn'
\||U. lu U. IV1U1U UHU UQOV "uj .? nw
had passed successfully the previous
mental test, held in Fobruary, substi
tuted for another, helero tho Civil Ser
1/rice "Examination board at Norfolk,
'r ?t iii understood naval academy au
thorities have been comparing -' tho
handwriting of the papera submitted
hy tho suspected candidate and some
of hts knowp hand writing ami thai as
tonishing resulta may be made.
YET REDEEM SELF
Thc Author of thc Law Still Be
lie vee in th? Efficiency of
(Hy Associated I'rcss)
Washington, June IB.-Uoprosentn
tivo Hull, of ' Tennessee, author ot
the Income tax law, In a statement to
day declared that after careful obser
vation of the operation of the act, lie
feels no reasonable doubt as to its
successful administr?t lon in the fu
turo." This belief was expressed de
spite recent statements by Socotary
McAdoo, which showed that. Ihe in- j
come tax, according, to the rot urna to
date,, had produced $23,000,000 less
then this treasury department's, esti
mates of 154,000,000 revenue from
that source for the first ten aionths
of its-operation. ' . :"
In hi's statement. Representative
"It would be both harsh and un
fair to pronounce permanent judgment
on the law at tho present initial stage
as many thousands of taxabio persons
both . here and temporarily. ' abroad,
have not yet made reurna. On ac
countof the brief time allowed i? -wh lob
to get familiar with the,laws and the
regulations an Immense portion of the
returns that were made are inaccu
"There ts no occasion for a bond
issue and the mattur has not been con
sidered," Secretary McAdoo relied
today when. naked Concerning rumora
that such astep waa under contempla
tion. . . . .
IN SOUTHERN BELT
Weekly Report, Shows Fair ?rop
, S Growing Conditions ,in_tlic., ;t.
(??V Associated ' Pr<?ss ?
Washington, Juno 10..-Kuvoluble
crop growing weather throughout tito
South except In Virginia., where tho
severe drouth, continues, war report
ed today for the week which ended
yesterday by the weather bureau's Na
tional Weekly Ilullctln.
"Local showers in tho Central and
Eastern portions < ; the cotton belt
greatly improved the i-utlook and ear
ly planted cotton is generally report
ed as lu good condition, but the later
planted, ls still backward Und general
ly In need of rain. In the western
portion of tho belt tho weather condi
tions- continued highly favorable in
Texas and (tulahoma and the crop lr.
now generally well cultivated and re
covering rapidly from the effects of
tho prev?uuH adverse weather. In
Arkansas und Louisiana hoot and thc
continued absence .of sutilciont rain,
> prevented material growth of thu plant
and boll woovii are reported as numer
ous Li Home localities.
"tn tho truck growing region of th*)
youth some improvement occurred,
whore sufficient rain fell, but nr a rule
the several crops ure suffering for
rain, ns nechilly In Florida, where the
drouth continues largoly 'unbroken.
In Virginia severe drouth etil! con
tinues, seriously uffectilig all crops.
"Tobac?^cttlng progrersed satis
factorily in portions of Kentucky, but
elsowhoro there is considerable de
lny on account of the drought."
LADIES! SECRET ?0
Bring hark color, gloss and thick
ness with (?rnndma's recipe of
Huge aud Sulphur.
Common gardeu rage brewed in a
heavy tea, with sulphur mid alcohol
added, will turn, grey, streaked and
faded hair beautifully dark and lux
uriant; remove every blt yt dandruff,
stop.scalp itching and falling hair.
Mixing tho Sago Tea and Sulphur re
cipe at home, though .ls troublesome;.
An eerier way ls to get thc ready-to*
tonic, costs about 50 cents a largo
bottle,' at drug stores, known as "Wy
eth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Reme-,
dy." thus avoiding a lot of muss. ? I 1
. While wispy, faced gray bair ls not
sinful, wo all doilre to retain our
youthful apoarance and ' attractive- ]
mv* <i|sn> jooA "upmjiiup ?a seau j
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur no one can
tili, because it does ro naturally, so I
evenly. You Just dampen a sponge
or .soft bruah with lt and draw lt
through your . hair, taking .one small
strand, at a time; bv morning all gray
hairs have disappeared. A'.ter anoth
er application or two your hair be
comes beautifully dark, glossy, and
soft and luxuriant and you 'appear
years - youuger.-Evans* Pharma6y,
STATEMENT AND CAPTAIN
PLACING THE BLAME
hearing in Disaster of St. Law
rence River Begun Before the
Royal Board of Inquiry.
(Hy AHSociatcd Press.)
Quebec. Juue Hi.'--Evidence ampli
fying Hie known Conditions in rogara
to the disaster to tho-.Blopress o? ire
land at bather Point in the St. Law
rence, May 21?, was brought: out ut to
day's opening session of th? Domin
ion investigating commission, of which
I. ><V Mersey; or the liritisli House of
Peers, is chairman.
So I'ar the main arguments of Cap
tain Kendnll, of the Empress, that he
was HtatloiiKry ?lien rammed hy the
? oilier Storstad. and of the owners of
the collier that the Km press plied her
self in front of the Norwegian vessel,
which had thc right of way. were only
emphasized.. Captain Kendall, was oil
Hie stand for several hours and Rave
straightforward account of the disast
er, along the lines of his testimony at
the lllmbuskl inquest.
New chapter Milgi rat lng the hor
ror of tho disaster ?vero added hy Cap
lain Kendall in lils testimony, the
most startling being a description of
how a sheet of flume; hurst from tho
Empress ofter shu was rammed, the
prow of the collier evidently penetrat
ing clear through to her hollers.
No agreement could he luid from the
testimony today as to the whistles
blown by the vessels, though Lord
Mersey discovered, when examining'
thc Storstud's lirst officer, that he had
blown a signal indicating that thc col
lier was stopped and Immediately af
terwards had given au order lo gu
Captain Kendall also acknowledged
that although he knew a collision was
Inevitable when the Storslad came at
thc Empress in the fog, lt was not un
til after it had occurred that the or
der to close tho war-tight compart
ments was given by which lime three
compartments had been exposed to
Captain Kendall, of tho Empress of
Ireland, was thc first witness called.
Kendall limped to.Xhe witness stand,
still suffering from InJuri . he re
ceived in thc disaster. Examination
of witnesses was preceded by the in
troduction ot brief summaries of the
facts by counsel representing the own
ers of thc two vessels.
Counsel for- the Storstad declared
that when sh o lirst sighted thc Em
press the lutter wa? off tho storstad's
port. Two minutes, lator .tho fog shut
down,'tho Storstad ??gnalled* by whis
tle that she was under, way. and koim
ing her course, heading west by sonia,
Captain Kondall testified that tho
accident happened ut 1:B5 a. m.. six
and one half miler cust of Father
"Whllo tho weather was clear and
line," continued; tho captain. "1 got
om; bell saying something wai- un our
starboard bow. There were'two mast
head lights then about nix milos away
off our starboard bow.. There wai then
no risk of collision. ' I Btill stood on
until Father Point waa aheum. thal
altered the course to 73 magnetic, thc
righi course for an outward bound
vessel. ' .
"The Storstad light:-, were then one
point off our starboard baw; and I in
tended lo puss her. on my s tarboard
nlde. Thor? wan thcri.no risk of danger?
The Storstad waa .showing her star
board side arid gohfg clear and I pro
?? aeded on tho courco. '
"f then noticed a big bank o? nilat.
coming off tho routh ohnro and tho
Stnrctnd'a li girts getting misty. I
stopped ehlp, ran full speed, astern,
reducing tho ship's headway and I
blew three short blasts, suddenly I
lott the Storstad's lights and 1 blew
a second three blasts. . Thc lust lights
1 saw were tho two masthead lights and
her green light about one . point off
by starboard bow. , Thc only thing
that would bring her into my course
was porting ber helm. 1 ruu to stop
"1 heard u prolonged blast from
the other ship. id 'Abo midst of my
I brue blaatr. from about two points to
my starboard bow,' When 'the second
three were given I heard another long
blast saying' sho was underway. This
tvria four points on, tho starboard bow.
When tho second throe were given. I
heard another long'blast saying e?.o
was underway. 'Thia was four points
on thc starboard bow. This was bin!
safe for passage,/starboard to star
I blew two blasts to let tho other
ship know 1 hud .stopped and In re
turn I got ono long blast from her.
Thon I ga vu two-more, but I got no
reply. - I got three whistles,-thc third
of which was about Rix points off my
starboard bow. .
I sighted his forward masthead and
green and red lights only '?bout 100
feet away. Sho wau..bearing at .right
angler, to my course and going fant,
as foam at her bow showed. Her
captain must have put his holm bard
BffOZKR .flONWTJEl?;.; !
Started a Hough ?ouse lu U.ildviiiei
Shot at Lonmas Bullock.
Laurens, June! ?6^-D' vrU^-'fe^ir,'
the white man who. some time ago
started a rough house in Goldvillo and
fired several, shots' ..Into the homo ot.
Major Leumas BJMock was convicted
hore of assault with Intent to killi
The defendant callmed that he was
mentally unbalanced at tho ? time on
account of trouble.? He , had some
trouble with HI stock about the hiring
of field sands.
Boozer Is nov: a candidate for the
< ANT DODUE TAX
Cn III mi ssh HUT Osborn Sin-, lue Income
Tux Man Will Find you Milt.
Wt?- ?ington, June J,J?.-^Treasury
agente ure perparlrig to luke thu trull
of Income lux dodgers.
"A mun is a fool who atlemplB to
avoid thy tric?me lax," sahl Commit"
s.oncr Osborn t?.day. "Ho ts'sure ?n
l?e detected vt*,cr or lui \ There U
nu ?'sance ?hit tax dod?eia can ps
Thc time foi |#iiymcni of -I i's tux
does not expire until July I, hut il is
known that the Teas vi ry department
already lins the I a formation necessary
for the prosecution of many persouB
who made false returns.
The penalty Tor making a fraudu
lent return is imprisonment for not
more than one year of u tine not ex
ceeding $1,000 or both willi costs of
YELLOW MA'PT KR IT
.fapnu Will (>H un Karly Answer lo
Washington, June 15.-After a lapse
of ten months the United Slutes is
about to reply to Japan's last note on
thu California anti-alien laud'"law.
Secretary Bryan said today:
"The note of August 20 last will he
answered as soon as Hie matter eau be
reached. Answer to lt was suspended
by tho discussion of other means of
adjusting the differences."
K was believed ?hat Mr. Bryan re
ferred to un attempt to drop the neg
otiations pending adjustment of the
isoiie by some legislation by Congress
to confirm thc rights of Japanese now
In the I'nlted States to own and lease
land and by a new treaty looking to
recognition of thc rights of Japanese
The Japanese aim'iussador here hus
been actively pressing tills subject up
on the state department recently so
that when the Japanese Parliament as
sembles next monti. Baron Kilto, the
premier of tho new cabinet, may be
able to report progress.
Board of Inspectors lo Hear Testimo
ny In Pretoria Mutters.
New York, Jane Uk-Captain W.
J. Robert's, his officers ant! men of
the American liner New York; were
on lookout duty at the time ot the
collision between the New York,and
Pretoria early Saturday morning are
among the witnesses called in the in
quiry to ascertain thc causes of the
accident. Another inquiry will he
held in Hamburg, where officers of
the Pretoria will testify.
The Inquiry here will not decide
which ship was to blame for the coK
liston; As thc officers of the New
York are Americans and sho ls an Am
crican versel. the inspectors will de
termino merely whether their certifi
cate:- should be surpc?ded ' or with
Capt. Robert's formal report to tho
International 'Mercantile Marino. Com
pany states that the vcaaols ju et In
longitude. 64.&0, where, .thoy' pjipuld
have been 2? .miles apart.'. Chart.f)b
uervatlqnV. chowed roughly Uint the
Pretoria was 21 miles north of her
regular eastbound ; course , and ' the
New York waa seven miles south'of
the westbound course.
ll EL PK ll BAIKYlMi
The Ii ind icu I (on nf HIP (utile Tick
lins Spurred Industry.
Washington, Juno 17;-Eradication?
of the cattle tick hus resulted in a
slrong impetus to the cotilo dairies,
according to thc officials of the depart
ment o', agriculture today. The con
clusion was reached as tho result of a
study of replies, received from more
tiicn 1.000 stock'men and farmers tn
eleven slate." on thc quarantine line
to a department circular letter asking
for information In1 regard Li the. re
sults of tick eradication which -han
ticen in progress- in thc South and tho
Southwest since ? ?' 1900, Among tho
slates affected wore North and South'
Carolina, Tennessee und Virginia.
Fire Threatens t'lty.
Beaufort. N. C., .lune 16,-Flumes
which have dono many thousands ot
dollar: damage in thu forest lands to
tho west of Beaufort tonight threaten
ed the town's outskirts. Under a
strong wind, tho Uro late . thhf .cftor
noon veered eastward and scores of
men were hurried from Beaufort to
chock Its progress. Tho county poor
home , and two largo finishing. mills
were reported tonight to bo. in danger
and there was fear that the flamee
might Invado the residence and busi
ness uect lon. \
NO rain has fallen in this section
for several weeks.
Columbia May Get lt.
Hluhirond, Va, June 17.-Two hun
dred delegates from Virginia', North
and So..th Carolina and Georgia aro
In attendance upon, the Southern Re
tail Furniture Dealers Association
which convenod hero, today tot a tv?o
daytt' session. Addresses, wero made
today by W. H. Ma?osa, df Chicago,
.fohn Wood, of Foauoke, and Oliver J.
Sands, of Richmond. The convention
will end tomorrow evening wita a han
quel. Columbia, B; li, ht Oxpjeted to
get next year's convention. Annaville.
N. C., has asked for it In 1016.
Breaking Contracts '
Chicago, June IC.-Assurances from
lawyers that by giving a club Uh'days
notice ,of determination' to leave Hi
a player could legally abrogate his
contract, has led more than forty of
the members of. the American* tfiM?ngl
league teams to apply in tho Federal
league, according to President Gilmore
of the Fed?rala Hal Ck so e's desertion
of thee h I cago Ai ceri canB. for the Bp f*
falo Federals waa .confirmed today,,. .
D?. Mitchell Elected.,?,"^'
Newark. Del., J?ne 16-The tr us teas
of Delaware college tod aye tect ed Dr.
Samuel Chiles Mitchell, prepld?pl ot
the Institution. Dr. ll'ijcmv UPupw
president of tho medical college : of
Virginia at Rlchmon^^?,^^^
?iutety has na substituto '
Many mixtures are offered as
substitutes for Royal. No other
baking powder is the same in
composition or effectiveness, or
so wholesome and economical,
nor will make such'tine food.
Royal is the only Baking Powder made
from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar*
Trades Day Doing Good
For Farmers of Anderson
So delighted were tho rarmers who and congratulate them or their moth
attended the Farmers Trades Day ex- mis of working tor the good of our?
ercisea ut the Chamber, of Commerce county. |
yesterday win. thc t real men t accord- S. A. Burns, Chairman.
erl them, that hy unanimous fat? ibo -
Ir.llowlr.g rc ?elution was passed: Ult- IHiiiTille Fire.
"Whore .:s. we tho '.'imersj of An- Da rfvillc. Va.. June l?.-Flrc attri-'
d .M ien CM .My were r-vaLy entertain buted to a short circuit'Qr wires dc-]
?d today; .f.ic 16th. i?y tao Chamber atroved the tine electrical lighting.and"
ci Con-nie ec of Andes.-1. al the reg- ,)OWOr plant of the town o? South Ilos
ular Trades Day exorcises for June, torrar 1 p. m. today, totally destroy
ed, i"g the works nnd inflicting a money
Whereas, for thc past Tirteen momba lo88 C8tlmated at ?lT?.UOO. Efforta of
these regular monthly farmers days joCai firemen to combat [the flames
have become more and moro Instru?"- f n-ore fruitless, owiiig to headway
tlve, interesting, and entertaining, and j gnjned- Ab a result of the fire the
hnve already become of incalculable town of 4>ooo I3 without electric lights
value to the people of .-Anderson cann-: or |)c.wcr and many focal enterprise?
ty. and are serving as a means; of ij?fi dependent upon-thc current will bo
curhig a better understanding between forced to shut down.
us. i'nd tho pc-ople of the-town's and i ---;
ci'.ies; and a's;: ore doin^i-fore than '1 Disband Appuluchlun
am other 0:11: thing io prim?lo bot- < , ... _ 1 . ,_ .r ,rhnL
l^mCB :,n" ...tor mr,! cona,- .^???,7 ^
' V''' / f, ' cording to a message'recoived herc ton
Therefore be it hereof resolved that ?jght from . President Sp. Bj Fisher oQ
Wea thc farmers ?f ?doerson county Morristown Small attendance IB Eaid;
who attended the Trades Day exercls- to be the cause of the dissolution.;
es today go on record as thanking; thc Thc league is composed of baseball
Chamher of Commerce for their cor- teams in Knoxville, Morristown,. Har-i
dla and painstaking treatment of- us, rlmary aficl Middlesb^ro^^, " ^
cady for m
t ' . ? ' t
Willi worth- while bargains No
jobs-no seconds, Just dependable .
merchandise-^guar?nteed to be the
best money G?n buy* :
Coat Suits and Goats
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'..-.'*'"?'? *l.' 'k ?.'?V'\'- 'J'. ,' ! rt'- *ty:'t, :.'?.'. -V* r ."' *! -I**
Bargain ^ resses al $5.00
Mil I inery
a M dr other good pfjrj^s
? ? '