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THE -HICKMAN COURIER
"Overt Wiilin Kentucky U ht "
W. 0. SPXKIX and J 0. SEXTON,
r Edltori and Proprietors.
ONE DOLLAR TJSR YEAR
CASH 1.1 aDVANCB,
Entered at ths Hickman, Kentucky,
postofflce at second-class malt matter.
NOT CONCLUSIVE EVIDENCE.
Tho latest Instanco of qrrprs Jn
spelling by r class qualifying (or ad
mittance to h leading western uclvcr-
ally Is widely Interpreted by tho press
ns an evidence of Insufficient training
In that Important element by aca
demies and high schools. We think a
llttJd study of the showing may greatly
diminish tho forco of tho this opinion.
Tho university In question is of a size
that makes 150 a moderate estimate Of
those seeking to qualify In tho fresh
man class. To such. n, cdass. a Mat of,
100 words was submitted ns a test of
spelling. Tho .'lit of errors shows 13
words mispellcd 0 times,, or an aver-
nge of 2 ',4 times to each word, says
Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph. But If
there were 150 students spelling 100
words this would Indicate n percent
age of error to nil tho words spelled
by all of the students of one-tenth ol
one per cent. Of course, this calcula
tion as to tho proportion of students
who wcro weak In spelling is guess
work until we know exactly how many
students took tbo test and how many
made more' than one error. But -con
sidering that the student who was so
gifted In that lino ns to spell "accessi
ble" "axseslble" probably was .the one
who spelled "muqlclpaP "munlslpple,'
nnd "glacier" "glashear," It Indicates
that tho percentage of those who are
weak is not over 5 to 10 per cent, of
It Is only by showing Interest In the
extension of American trado In China
only by taking advantage of oppor
tunities ns they arrive; and making op
portunities where that may be essayed
with reasonable prospect of success
that this country can retain Its rela
tive Importance In tho great and grow
ing commerce between' the middle
kingdom and the outside world. The
United States has certain advantages
at the outset, not the least of which
aro the friendly relations between the
governments of the two nations, which
were emphasized by the return of tho
American portion of tho Indemnity ex
acted trom the Chinese government
after the operations by foreign armies
during the lloxcr rebellion, says Mil
waukee Wisconsin. A largo part of
that sum the Chinese government will
'use' In sending Chinese students to
American colleges. Frank Q, Carpen
tcr, the well-known correspondent.
who has been studying Chinese condl
tlons, looks upon the presence of Chi
nese students In this country as Im
portant in two directions. For tho
next 30 years thero will at all times be
200 of China's brightest young men
studying In tho United States. When
they return home they will carry
friendly remembrances of America and
Americans, which will promoto amity
between the two nations.
Whatever else may be said about the
policy pursued In Korea by Japan;
which has taken the "hermit nation"
under its wing, there will be no dissent
as to the wisdom of providing good
roads. Such highways aro conveni
ences which Korea has never known
until now, and the fact furnishes one
explanation of the slow development
of that country. Public roads are
among the first essentials to civiliza
tion, and without them any land, no
matter how blessed with natural ad-
vantages, must lag behind the proces-
A dispatch from Detroit states that
a farmer from the northwest went to a
firm In that city and ordered 30 auto
mobiles to be shipped at once to
friends who had given him their orders
when be started for tbo cast. The
machines. It is said, are all ot high
grade, sumo of them belug of tho $5,-
000 class, and tho aggregate cost ot
tho lot approximating JlpO.000 The
poyrucnt was almost wholly In cash.
This Is one ot the Items that show the
-change rapidly coming- over the- farm
Tbo submarine vessels may be used
In other ways than in war. The ex
ploit at Toulon, France, when a sub
marine dlved'bclow a sinking ship' and
held It up until tbo crow could bo
taken off was remarkable. And It
speaks volumes for tho coolness and
quickness of tbo olilcors In charge.
An American woman In I'arlo lias
ben found guilty ot slandering a man.
Evidently tho masculine worm Is turn
ing, and Is ussalling woman in her
long-entronched privilege ot tho
The abuse of the Iranklug privilege,
Is to bo stopped. It cumo to a climax
when a congressman tried to frank a
cow, This placed the postal depart
ment on the burns of a dilemma, but It
was decided that tho postal ..routes
were not milky ways.
IMOB SPIRIT REVIVED
FRIENDS OF HALLIDAY WOUM
AVKNOK HI8 DEATH.
Remarks Mads by Negro Whin
Hallldny Cortege Passes Causes
Kenewat of llltter Feellujr.
Cairn. 111. rmnnalir It of Sheltiwllle
0 tjir wt National Mtiard was Nun-
day ordered to reimrt hero by Adutanl-
l'ulicc officers are searchirg the city
for a negro suspected of mine snatching,
and onotner clash Iwtwccn the authori
ties and the cltlrem U feared if the man
Nearly (100 person!1 attended llnlliday s
funeral, and eceon panlcd the body to
Mound, 111., in a special train. As the.
train wan patting through the negro dis
trict eatt of Cairo negroes collected on
the streets to watch Its passage.
At 1 hirty-flrst street, memltera of tha
funeral party charge, an Intuiting demon
stration wat made.
An effort was made to organlte a party
od the train during the return trip to
Cairo to wreak nummary revenge on tha
negroes, but no disturbance resulted.
The homa of Sheriff N'elllt is guarded
by .the militia and ..c is given a military
escort when he leaves the courthouse.
Popular feeling Js .against him for using
negro deputies and allotting HalUday'a
body to lie In front of the jail for thr
The ministers In their pulpits for tk
most part Sunday united In urging tie
oitifens to support the law. The Her,
Frank Thompson of the Hrtt Christian
Church said in part:
No American wbote hsart it fiile
with passion for the commonwealth ran
arprote mob law, yet thing have oc
curred, in Cairo which, If they had not
mot ed Cairo's brave man to deeds dar
ing atid desperate deeds and Cairo's fair
women to tears, would hate lowered
them to the level of the unfeeling ox,
which calmly feeds as his comrade suf
fers or dies."
HIDDEN FORTUNE FOUND
Bundles of Currency and Much Oold
and Silver TJncoverod.
Memphis, Tenn. Mrs. J. V. Madden,
'.'20 South Main street, died Monday
morning, after having lived alone in a
room over her grocery and soft drink
establishment for over twenty years
She had never left the house and during
this time never. .went to church, for in
this room it is said she guarded a. for
tune, .not vet estimated.
i-ollotting her death, as soon as the
sun aroe, K. J. lialley, her gray-haired
adopted son, searched the room and
found a fortune in currency, gold and
silver. The room was a veritable vault
of money. This he removed to a bank
irnniedit-ly, pressing a hack into serv
ice. W'l . the hack load .was, deposited
in the vt6iijjnercial'rust and Savings
Hank tlm deposit tlill, showed over (30.
000 on account.
LURTON'S FIRST OPINION.
Bailroad Given Partial Victory Over
State of, Georgia.
Washington. The (ieorgia liailroad
and Hanking Company Monday won u
partial victory oter the Mutt: of Geor
gia when the Supreme Court of the
inueti state alllrmcu the main, points
in tlie nttlnlmi nf Mil. tnui- P.lnrul
Court, holding that the railroad xva. re,
quired to t.av onlv a state tar of one.
half of one per cent, of the net earnings
ot tt property ana not,-property or fran
cfiite tales. .v
The opinion waatho first Justice l,ur-
ton has rendered from the Supreme
Court hench. The onlv qualification of
this victory was a1 modi Motion "of the
drcree as to the Washington branch, .a
to that branch the t-tatc won Its conten
tion. Yorktown Celebrates.
York town, lu. For the first time in
its history this little town, where Corn
wallis turrendrr to (.'forge Washington,
was the scene, Tuesday, of a celebra
tion in honor of the hlrthdny annlier
sary of the father of hi country. The
exercises were held under the sii.hIi-m
f the Vorktottn Historical Society of
the united Mates. He preventative .las.
I Lloyd of Missouri, in un auitrcss, paid
high tribute to the patrntlam of Wash
ington u ml to the memory of Thomas
Nelson, Jr., another of Virginia's fa
SUCCLED OR NO PAY.
Physicians' Operations Must Be Suc
cessful, Says Georgia Judge.
Macon, (,u. Hy decision rendered In
superior court, surgeons who perform
operations must succeed if they expect
to be paid. The decision was In the case
of Dr. C. II. Stuhl against C. W. Jordan
to recover aoo fee for operation on Jor
dan' 11-year-old daughter.
Ihe child had tuberculosis of (lie kni-o
und Stuhl used the knifed Jordan testi
fied thai tifter using tho knife on the
cilld Stuhl said the operation wa high
ly successful. "Yet," said the father, "in
a little while my child was dcmil." The
rate was not argued aud iii'u few min
utes u verdict ua rendered tjiat as tho
child died, Jordan owed the surgeon
WEST VIRGINIA WINS.
Commissioners to Settle Boundary Dis
pute With Maryland.'
Washington. The Stute of West Vir
ginia won u substantial victory In the
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uiiucu mates aupretne. Lourt uver tho
State of Mart land In tlirjr dispute over
th'j boundary lino between tint two
States. (.'nnlnun!oneis were npitointcd
to survey a new boundary In uccordulicu
with the opinion of tho court, which rec
ognized tho validity of moU of the
claims of the State of West Virginia.
Return of tha
H.OOO.OOOTKMPLETO BE ERECT-
ED TO WASHINGTON.
Secretary Dickinson and Other Prom
inent Masons Join First Move
Alexandria, Vs. The movement to
rect a permanent Masonic memorial to
lieorgo Washington took its first ilcfi
uitc form, when lien. J. M. Dickinson
secretary of war, and the grand masters
of ninny Masonic grand lodge met here
with other dMtlnguislied turn of the fra
ternity to form a National Masonic
It will bo the purpote of this assotfla
lion to erect a temple to (leorge Wash
ington, the Mason. Set apart In the
structure will be n hall of fame, In
which spscr will be alottot to all the,
grand jurisdictions in the country to
place tablets to the memories of their
The memorial would stand on Wash
ington street. CUe by la the old Christ
church, where in hit mature years Wash
ington sertetl aa a vestryman. On a field
not far off he held bis last military re-
view. Across a shaded green In the
stately old court house he cast his latt
vote and there his will was IlletL
Alexandria, by undisputed content, is
the natural site for the memorial. While
no fixed plan could be announced prior
to the assembly of all the grand mas
ters, it is the purpose of the lodge to
raiso $1,000,000 to build and endow the
memorial. The institution will be
unique among the memorial of the
ttorld and will -rniit every grand juils-
diction to honor every Mason it es
teems to be deserving with a leaf In its
ball of fame, a photograph and a biog
raphy. GENERAL STRIKE INEVITABLE
Enttra Force of State Militi
Be Called Out.
Philadelphia. Three lxi were shot
and probably fatally wounded while sev
eral received less severe Injuries, Tues
day, in riots which followed the resump
tion of service uy tliu rhllauriphla Itapul
Transit Company. The shooting oc
curred in attacks on car in the north
.Market street, principal business thor
oughfare In the heart of the city, was
the scene of disturbances during the en
tire day. tiirs were stoned and two
policemen were roughly handle, by a
mob of several thousand person.
Preparations were made by the au
thorities to rail Uon the entire force
of the state militia if the police are
still unable- I o cope with the situation.
President Murphy of the Central I-a-
bor I'liion still regard a general strike
of all trade unions in the city a inevit
able, ulthoiigh Organizer l'nttt Is re
ported to bn oposilig the move.
MEN FIGHT LIKE ANIMALS
Fistic Exptrta Declare Wolgast
Almost Killed Nelaon.
San Fruiiristo Battling Nelton is no
longer champion, hut the extent of his
powers of endurance is still a thing to
be guessed at. Ills fight ttitli Ad Uol-
gast at ltiehmniid was stopped by IMdie
Smith In the fortieth round ut a time
when Neltou stood on hi feet. Hut the
referee ucted wisely, for one or two
rounds before the lust Nelson leaned
across the ros- In u manner that sug
gested Impending collapse.
His face Has punched out of all sem
blance to n human countenance, and
great strawberry blotches around his
stomach and hip bore testimony to the
inerciles battering of Wolgmt a fists.
Nelson was too feeble to light on with
nny hope of success. Wolgiitt's eye
were xnappy, while Nelson wore lilt
terlesa. The Dane had lost all sense of
diatunce and direction, mid could only
lllug out his arm in u feebhi nay.
Exclude Tennessee Company,
Jvlfersou City, Mo. Foreign life in
surance companies that have not taken
out a license to do buslue in Missouri
are excluded from assuming risk upon
the lives of residents of the State. The
tilling was inudn by State Superinten
dent of .Insurance Frank llluke, in the
case, of a Tennessee liisuruiii-u couiuuy
which did not hold a Mimouii liwmse.
fl'liu corporation had taken part of a
$l,uoo,(Rio policy on tliu life or (icorgu
V.. Nicholson, u wealthy manufacturer
of Kaiitas C'itv.
UP TO DATE
WHO KILLED HALLIDAY
COItONKK'S JURY UNABLE TO
FIX BLAME FOR. IT.
Troops Patrol Streeta of Cairo Cir
cuit Court Adjourned on Ac
count ot Excitement.
Cairo, HI. No Individual deputy sher
iff wat named In the erdirt of the coro
ner's jury which investigated the death
of Alexander M. Halliday, who wat
killed lu the mob Thursday night seeking
the life of John Pratt, the negro purse-
snatrher. The turdlrt wat returned af
ter the taking of thr testimony of many
It found that HalilJay raine to bit
death by a gunshot wound ranted by a
weapon In the handt of one of Sberilf
Fred I). Nellis' deputies, flml from the
north window of the Circuit Clerk's of
fice in the i-ourtbouse.
The happening of the day did not
tend to allay the excitement of the clti
zens. Judge W. N. Ilutler dissolved the
grand jury at the request of the jurors
and now Sheriff Nellis will have the -
Iretiou of a new grand jury, which prob
ably will convene March 7.
In addition to dissolving the grand
jury, Judge ilutler adjourned court for
two weeks because of the uuutual cicilc-
The arrival of Company 11 of Shelby
ville made the number .of militiamen on
duty here about 350. The new arrivslt
immediately began patrolling the city.
WILL TRY COTTON LEAK .MEN
Theodora Price, Peckham and Moses
Haas Loto Case.
Wathlnuton. Mose Haas, of New
York, indicted in the District ot Colum
bia, in connection with the "ruttou leak"
seaudal of the department of agrieulturt
in 1U0J, mutt coma to Washington for
trial. Such was the deeition today of
the United State Supreme Court.
Later the Supreme ( ourt announced
that It had derided that Theodore II.
Price and Frederick A. Ferkham, in
dieted at the ame time as Haas, must
alto come to the District of Columbia
for trial. They were Indicted in connec
tion with the scandal.
The court held that where indictments
were made in two jurisdictions, as in
this rase, the government may elect
where the accused should be tried.
Haas npivealed from the refusal of the
Circuit Court of the United States for
the Southern District of New York t
release linn from the custody of the
United States marshal.
3-CENT FARE REINSTATED.
M., K. & T. and Santa Fe Show U. S
Oklahoma City, Okla. Over all Okla-
homa line of the Missouri, Kansas &
rrxas ruilmsd, Tuesday, u itasteiigcr
fare of three cents was charged, the or
der reinstating the fare hiving gon
Into enrct immediately after midnight
It i believe.1 that the Santa Fr, tin
other road Involved in the recent deci
sion of United States Judge Hook at St.
Louis will shortly reinstate a thtee-rent
fare. 1 lie Oklahoma constitution fixed a
two-cent iassrnger fare, but gate the
corporation commission authority to ie-
Ileve railroads from the fare when It
was shown that it wns not profitable to
the roads. This the Missouri. Kansas
Texas and Santa lu tho wed to the
SON KILLS FATHER.
Fifteen-Year-OiU Texas Boy Ptotects HU
Childress, Tex. Frank U Crnlir was
shot and iiiituntly killed here by his IS-year-old
son, Al Cruig. The fntlier at
tacked Ins daughter, Mrs. Until Hamil
ton, aged 18. lit, chased her into the
yard, seized her by the hair slid was
dragging her around, Uneaten lug to cut
her throat when his son, Al, emptied the
entire load of a shotgun jnto the left
stdo of hi father's fuc-u.
Engineer Cook Released.
Ouudalajnru, Mex. James A. Cook,
tho American rullWuy conductor, wut
released fiom custody after nearly six
months' imprisonment in the peniten
tiary here on a charge of contributory
negligence, In connection .with the rob.
hery of his freight truln last July.
Cook's bond wu definitely (lxisl at $8,.
oou goiu oy uiu statu tribunal and It
wu iiiriiisiKxi hy two promlneu', Amur-
eun resilient of thl city through the
Ifort of the Ifimdulalara division of
the Order of Itullttay Conductor.
CALL ON STATE TROOPS
TRAFFIO KK8UMKD ON FEW
LINKS IN PHILADELPHIA
Car Company 8ay They Have Men
to Man Oars, But tha Olty Can
not Protect Thsm.
Philadelphia. The Pennsylvania State
constabulary, 500 cx-rott punchers nlidrx
cavalrymen, ttho ran plrk the snot out
of n ten of diamond at thirty ieci
Willi thfir ugly mark automatic rever
ters, are on their way here, to take up
the job that ttie police mid local militia
hate failed ati Hint of restoring order
out of chaos that has accoinjvanlrd tb
street car strike.
Before they get here there may be tr
rioua ImtiiiM for someone to attend to.
The atrikn leaders got from a confiden
tial source a repott that an atletnp
would on made, Wednesday night, b,
company men io ciynamite a mail car
and thus bring the strikers directly un
der the wrath ot the leurrsl (internment
To forestall this they sent telegrams t
iTesiueni i ait. ccnator renrose ar.d
Postmaster Ashburg, explaining the sit
uation and disclaiming responsibility for
anything that might happen.
There wa one big pitched battle
Wednesday lietween Ihe iiollre, who fire-l
more than S00 shots, and the men of the
Baldwin Ijocomotlve worka, who hurled
eihapt, 2,0(10 heavy nuts and bolts from
the windows und roof of the plant. Thl
latted for twenty minutes and wa the
most thrilling skirmish of the ttrik
riots. One workman was shot and a dot
rn btuectmta put out of action by the
Then there were tetrral miner dl
turlst tiers In Krntlngton, where the
greatest trouble ha been thus far, but
the battle of Baldwin's was the big thing
of the day.
This and the Increasing Inability u
the police th handle the situation, caused
Major Hot burn and hi public safety
directorate to rail upon the grey-cla
constabulary Niy. They entrained from
Potlsville. Wllkesliarre, l'unxsutawney
Though this will Is- gtusl for the peace
of the town, it will l-e lwd. most likely
for Its usual welfare. It may bring
about the mucdi talked of general ttrik
of all the lalsir unions in Philadelphia
which number 1 1)0,000 men, and more
than 100 faetoriea.
RAP KENTUCKY'S GOVERNOR
Violated Constitution la Sending
Troops uncalled For.
Frankfort, Ky. In one of the most
sensational reorta ever made to the sen'
ate of Krntuek) by an Invest Vating com
mlltre, the joint legislatlte committee
on military alia Irs, after a lengthy ex
amination into the conduct of the state
military and (be adjutant general' of
fice, made a report accusing Cor. Willton
of violating the rorutitution ami law In
tending militia to various counties with
out any reimet from the citll authori
The rcpoit critleises the adjutant gen
eral' office, which. It declarril, should
be rigidly Investigated, ami call atten
tion to the expenditure of .ISy,lU on
the state militia in less than two years
inoKt of which wat spent during the o-
ralled "tolmcro war and "iilghtrider
trouble. To these expenditures It at
trihuted In large part the present deficit
In the state treasury.
KEEP ALASKA COAL LANDS
Two Hills Introduced Protecting
ttatninirion. urn rrcenl starllinc tes
timony on the value of coal deposits in
Alaska, given by Manager Birch of the
(liiggenheim-.Morgan Alaska syndicate,
resulted in the Introducing of two bill
by Senator lletcrldge. The obje-rt it to
retain permanently In the United States
the title to Alaska coal deposita.
One provides for the withdrawn! from
all forms of entry or sale of all thr coal
deposit of Alaska. The othrr prohibits
thr leasing of more than 2.0CO acres to
morn than one (lerson or association, or
lor more than thirty yeara. The sun
fare oterlylng coal droit may lie dlt
sied of under the land law.
BANKRUPTCY BILL PASSED
Clayton Amendment Is Defeated in
Wushlngton. After n debate of two
and a half hours, the hou.o iwisned the
Micrlry bill to estahlith a uniform liank
runtey law throughout the United States,
All amendment offered by ltcpresclitutttc
Clayton or Aluluima for a reiw-u of the
bankruptcy law two year from the date
of the appiovtil of the pending bill wu
ilcleatwl 1)1 to 100. Iteprcseutativri
Brantley of (ieorgin, I bit ton of Alabama
ami Bartlctl of (ieorgia spokn ugulntl
the enactment of any vrninnrnt bank
rupley law. Representative Tirrill o
Massachusetts, J)iel;ema of .Michiimu ami
Kherluy of Kentucky favored the bill.
Milk Truit Indicted.
New lurk. The milk trust was In
dicted in New York Wednesday. A blan
ket Indictment wu handed down In the
criminal branch of the state siiprenit
court naming eight dire I or of the Con
solidated Milk Kxrhange, a New Jersey
corporation. The Indictment charges
that they "complied touetber. and with
others, to fix the wholesale price ol
milk, und did fix it, at $1.41 for a forty-
ClUart cull of llllttf." Onn vent- In t.rlsnn
i f - .?- ... -
or it line of not more than $500, nr both
It the penalty for eucli olfense, which it
CHOOSING THEJ.ESSER EVIL
ssmmy's Experience AdviiM u
W.cdom of 8e.ec.ln t ft "
In Sammy Small n, .
hqre lived n family nf .'"
Irresistibly charming Xa
not to Bntnmys n.oihcr "ia fkj
Sammy's moihcr forbade h
jo over to pla, with iho. o , ' 9
nd threatens puni.l,n.cn. t- L'
disobey her. -"
But ono clay Baramy d- .
snd his mother tnado m4 u f'
k'srned that Sammy wna cv V,-, '
with tho Irresistible bo 3 V" iJ
cordlngly when Sammy "rt " " 1 1 9
bis vl.lt 'ho found hls mch -i ,ra
nry stern, and with a rr ,
squnre. forbidding Up h " rr
cd n spanking s" :t
Batnmy wn promptly t.k
snd stood for a moment loo. ,h ,
oughly rolscrablo. Suddenly h l-i,m
icd up, and started to -T. ,ht
"Here sir! Where arc you r.!t.,.
demanded hla mother
"I guess," answered Rsramj bc'J
Ing steadily on his wy ,,, 1'
and shut myself up in the "
Hamilton Fopo Qalt In sc-iB-.
Teacher. What Is an ocean
Johnny. A body of water nccr-'tit.
Ing battleships New Y )tk S-.iT'
Tlicro Is no boiiutiflcr of ( jcj'd'jn.
or form, or behavior U H4 a
scatter Joy and not pmj ar..a4 Lt-
Hnlph Waldo Kmcrson.
"What kind of stars tk3 b tt In t,
"1 guess It Is the tt xt er .
. LIVER PILLS
ll Ms. isl.
Will ' I ft
Smsll PilL Small Dos. Small Pries
CENUINK Bu4 brtr iuterei
Cured by Ifi3 Manel of the Centur,
B. B. B. Tested for 30 Years.
Drltf t ost blmt rrtaon In ssr ne prH'i.
wllhastdMdlr mrrrarr kti R 1st
SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE
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rilfcs favi tmubls su4 Urt'mmliM sJi.;!1"-
headache for the liit twenty 6iejWW
never found any relief m"l 't
taking your CascarcU. Since ns Wj
mn Lakincr Catcsrcts he ! never a-1
the? lieadacbc. They have entirtlycumj
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them to do. I will Ktve you the rm I
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