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The Centrai Record, Thursday Sept 23 19 1 5. .KIPLING CALLS LINE Fllie OF ClIiZATi!" "Is Not Local Victories We're Alter," Frenchman Tells Noted Author at Front. We present Lelow tht (irtt ef tlx articles from the pen of Rudyard Kipling, under the general title of "France at War on the Frontier of Civilization," describing the Inv pressions of a visit to the fighting line In France. By RUDYARD KIPLING. Copyright. 1913, by the Sun renting and rubllnmng association. w TS a urettv linrfc." wild tLe French artillery olilcer. "Weve (lone a lot fur It since ILo owner left. 1 Iio he'll apprcclnto It when bo comes back." The car trnvcied a winding drive through woods between bunks embel lished wltli little chalet of n rustic u.T ture. At first tliu clmlets stood tliclr full height nlMivc ground, suggesting tea gardens In Ungtaiid. Farther on tbey sank Into the earth till at the top of the nscent only their solid lirowu I t Describes Ruir.eJ Country and Sensations as the Shells X Vhisifo By. I I toward llic l'iet."-ti tr.iu-hcs nml then , rnnlilicil nt the firl of n little ile. utner men npixurcd moving lownrd us with that com tut nit Ion of purpose anil bearing shown In both armies wheu dinner U at hand. They looked like people who h.ul been digging hard. "The same work, always the same work," the officer said, "and you could walk from here to the sen or to Switz erland In that ditch, and you'll find the same, work going on everywhere." "It Isn't war: It's better thnn that." said another: "It's the ratine up of a people. They come and they fill the trenches, nnd they die. and they send more nnd these die. We do the same, of course, but look!" lie lolntinl to the largo, deliberate smoke heads renewing themselves along the jellowod beach. "That Is the frontier of civilization. TO AID OUR TRADE IN LATIN AMERICA I M'Atloo Submits Suggestion to President For Adoption, WOULD ESTABLISH BANKS, roofs showed. Torn branches, droop. lDf naTp n" '"'luxation against them Ing across the dilvcway, with here and V10"0 hrutCH 'oT- "t " lo there n siorched patch of undergrowth. victories of l!ie old wars that we're explained the reason of their modesty, t "Htue uirimn.ms. all the bar- The (hateait that commanded these glories of forest ami park sat boldly on n terrace. There was nothing wrong with It except. If one looked closely, a few scratches or dints on Its whlto stone walls or n neatly drilled hole un der n flight of steps. One such hole ended In nti uncxp'odrd shell, "Ve," said the olllecr. "they nrrlie here occasionally." Something bellowed across the folds of the wooded hills. Something grunt ed In reply. Soniethiug passed over head (juerulously, but not without dig nity. Two clear, fresh barks Joined the chorus, nnd n man moved lazily In the direction of the guns. barbins. Now. jou'lo seen the whole thing In little. Come nnd look nt our children." We left that tall tree whose fruits ore death, ripened nnd distributed nt the tinkle of small bells. The observer returned to his maps nnd calculations, the telephone boy stiffened up beside his exihnugo. As the amateurs went out of bis life soaio one called down through tile branches to ask who was intending to llcllat, let us sny, for I could not catch the gun's unme. It set-mod to belong to Hint terrific new voice which had lifted Itself for the sec ond or third time. It nppenred from the reply that If Itell.il talked too long Atka Funds For Another Pan American Conference Next Year. Secretary McAdoo has transmitted to I"rcsldent Wilson his report of the pro- riire.1 thn rnrtous flttlnc-a an.l 41ia ponces, while hands stretched out of ! the gloom to shake, and men nodded , wclcoino and greeting nil through that cheery brotherhood In the woods nnd In the Holds. The voices nnd the wings were still busy nftcr lunch when 'ho car slipped past tho ten houses In the drive nnd :mo Into n country where women nnd children worked nmong the crops. Thero were large raw shell holes by tho waysldo or In the midst of fields, and often a cottage or n villa hod been smashed ns n lionnct box Is smashed by an umbrella. That must lie part of Ilcllal's work, when he bellows so truculently among the hills to the north. We were looking for n town that lived under the shell (Ire. The reg ular road to It was reported unhealthy not that the women and children teemed to care. We took byways of which certain exposed height nnd cor ners were lightly blinded by wind brakes of dried trcctops. Children Still There. Here the shell holes were rather thick on the ground, but the women and the children and the old men went on with their work with the cattle and the crops, rnd where n house had been broken by shells the rubbish was col lected In a neat pile, nnd where n room or two still remained usable they were Inhabited, and the tattered win dow curtains fluttered as proudly as any ting. Tlmo was when I used to denounco young France because It tried to kill Itself beneath my car wheels and tho fat old women who crowded roads without warning nud tho especially denf old men who slept In carts on tho wrong side of the road. .Now I :ould tatc off my hat to every slnglo soul of them. Hut one cannot traverse whole land bareheaded. The nearer we camo to our town tho fewer were tho iHople. till nt last wo halted In a well built suburb of paved streets, where there was no life nt all -n wrecked town. The stillness was . work It has undertaken and represent as terrible ns the spread of the nulck, jtho United States In the meeting of busy weeds between the paving stones. The air smcllcd of pounded mortar and crushed stone. The sound of a foot ball echoed like the drop of a pebble In n well. At tlrst the horror of wreck- Some Queer Ones A ban on war discussions has been Issued by Hie rcnnsylvnnln rnllrond'to Its employees. ' A lioy umpire who called n homo run a foul was stubbed In thy back In Long Island City, N. Y. I The only blind bneluill fan is John Moore, who has not missed n game In Decatur, III., in eight J ears. Three young women who have pass ed the civil service examination want to be mall carriers at Gcnovn, III Asserts Rejtrve Institutions Are Need ed In Principal Cities Favors Gov I " .mm.ni n.n.j r..,m.ki j I Anxious to v. ed his stepmother, n .i!iiil-Bt uiu i u. jvuill la lliiiitlUK luu rounds of cities trying to get n, license. A former expert swimmer of seven ty-three, though out of practice for .n . , , , , - ,. . twenty years, rescued threo persons -m .va,. ... iuc , from drowning nt Itochestcr, N. Y, American financial conference, held here last May. lie summarized his i . vninnii r-hflnu.tm,. ,w ir suggestions for carrying on the work of the conference nnj Improving the financial nnd commercial relations be tween the participating nations as fol lows: "First. That the twelve federal re serve banks establish promptly Joint agencies in the leading cities of all the countries of Central and South Amer ica for the purpose of providing en larged credit facilities. "Second. That tho goiernment of the United Stntes provide promptly the necessary steamship facilities by subscribing the capital stock of a cor poration organized for the pnrimso of owning and operating the necessary steamship lines. "Third. That the lnternatliui.il high commission on uniformity of laws lx granted an appropriation of $23,000 to enable It to carry on the Important Inches long, was operated on at n Phil (dolphin hotel and n two nnd one-half carat diamond he hod swallowed re' covered. With tho reins in the hands of n man who bad died of heart disease, a team of horses trotted for two miles along tho dangerous alley road of Onrrct mountain, near Itltchflclil. X. J. EYESIGHT CAME BACK AS DEATH DREW NEAR. 8otdier Blinded In War, Saved From Heeperian, Relates Experiences, Tho fact that Private Chambers, n blinded Canadian soldier, who was thrown Into the water wheu one of the Ifesterlan lifeboats capsized, re- the International high commission of !PI11 uls wight ns nu effect of the "Well. simnosn wn ...mo nml lonk n, ' ; whuiu no limit wiui irom nnouier things n little." sold the commanding "int '1"" l"raj"- officer on observation post. Tlle lT0V3 ,TP cnme ,,fm" fo .scc There was n specimen tree, n tree .' ""V" " . 1 nan ocgun me ns uarrics nml una been fitted up by the nrmy for Its own uses. Thcic were underground corri dors, .niteclmml-cri. rotundas anil ven- worthy of such n park, the sort of tree visitors are always taken to admire, A ladder ran up It to n platform. What little wind there was swayed the tall top, nnd the Udder creaked like n ship's gangway. A telephone liell tin kled fifty feet overhead. Two Invisible guns spoke fervently for half n minute and broke off like terriers choked on n leash. We climbed till the topmost platform swnyc.l dizzily beneath us. Here one found a rustic shelter, always of the lea garden pattern a table, n map and n little window wreathed with living Lrnnches that gave one the first view of the devil and nil his works. Grass Yellow From Gas. It was a stretch of open country with a few sticks, like old tooth brushes, which had once been trees round a farm. The rest was yellow grass, barren to nil appearances as the veldt. "The grass Is yellow liecause they have used gas here." said an officer. "Their trenches are you can see for yourself." The guns In the woods began airaln. They seemed to have no relation to the regularly spaced bursts of smoke tllatlng shafts, with a bewildering play of cross lights, so Hint wherever "you looked you saw Goya's pictures of men at nrms. Every soldier hns some of the old maid In him and rejoices In all the little gadgets nud devices of his own invention. Death and wounding come by nature, but to lie dry. sleep soft nnd keep yourself clean by fore thought and contrivance Is art, nnd In all things the Frenchman Is gloriously an artist. All Welded In One Furnace. Moreover, the French officers seem as mothers, keen on their men, as their men are brothers! fond of them. May be the possessive form of address, "Mon general, mon capltalne," helps the Idea which our men cloak In other and curter phrases, and those soldiers, like ours, had been welded for months In one furnace. As an officer said: "Half our orders now need not be giv en. Experience makes us think to gether." . I believe, too. that if a French pri vate has an Idea nnd they urc full of all tho Latin American republics. "Fourth. That ii pan-American finan cial conference l-o held nuiiu.illy In Washington, nnd that congress nu- ed apartment houses and big shops laid j thortze the president to extend Invltn shock of being plU-hcd Into the ocean uoes not surprise Ixindou surgeons who attended him. Ills blindness, they say, was the result of wrecked nerves. Wheu ho was put lu n hospital in open makes one waste energy in an' gcr. It Is not seemly that rooms should be torn out of the sides of buildings as ono tears the soft heart out of Eng lish bread; that villa roofs should llo across Iron gates of private garages or that drawing room doors should flap alone and disconnected between tho emptiness of twisted girders. The eyo wearies of the repeated pattern that hurst shells make on stone walls, as the mouth sickens pf the taste of mor tar and charred timber. One-quarter of the place had been shelled nearly level. The facades of the houses stood doorless, rootless and wlndowlesa, like stage scenery. This was near the cathedral, which Is al Hons to the republics of Ijitln Amer- A)ril ue was Dot wo"mled, but was a lea to nttend n tlimncl.il conference In nervous wreck, absolutely Wind nnd Washington In 1010. nnd that an an- Incapable of distinguishing darkness proprlatlon of ?.Vl,ooo made for this from "sut- I-aler ll0 regained his per conference." ! ceptlon of light, but no more. T Th.i. ah a n.. Chamber, was blown Into a shell In support of his suggestion for tho 1 1C?,i'r,J"V1'"1 ,"X "e out establishment of Joint agencies of fed- , " ...... ""uuu . . erol reserve banks In nclghlsirlng re- ' lng, nnJ ,oId, UIm ,0 Kc' " hts, ck uiju uiivii iiiui lunani iuu nnuiu lines. In this way both men reached safety, Chambers, unable to see, carry ing ou his Nick his wounded com-' panlou, who could not walk. lie says thtit be was dozing on tho publics, Mr. McAdoo says that exten' slon of tho credit facilities of this na tion In those countries will Inure to "their and our ndvontoge." He de clared the plan advanced during the conference here for the nmcnilm.inr nt I the national bank act to that national "Pt'rtn when tho explosion occur banks could liecome stockholders In an red' He feIt ,0 dcclc nnJ W0J Independent bank which would do a , put ,n, B boat- Thcn lie wa I'l""1""' ways n favorite mark for the heathen, foreign business, is Inferior to that he l'nto tho wa,fr' anJ whcn ne cnaus t0 now proposes tor joint agencies of the ' " "u'i'- ""- reserve banks. ment somebody began to pull his heel I "Tho federal reserve banks." be ar- !an1 drag hUu UDlSrr- 110 i"1""1 to goes, "comprise In their memliershlp I olms". h J. "0ooJ 0l. " " every national bank In the Cnlted dr0WDJ Ju,t 1 am l""! to Btates. as well ns a number of leading I"1" Thfn he klpd ""'I. f"- , state banks and trust companies. They ,D himself, swam to a lifeboat, constitute a financial organization of along a little smear In tho desert earth Wens It reaches his commanding offl- 2,000 yards away, no connection ut all with the strong voices overhead, com ing and going. It was us Impersonal as the drive of the sta along n break water. Thus It went a pause, n gath ering of sound like the race of an In coming wave, then the high Hung heads of breakers spouting white up the face of a groin. Suddenly n sev enth wave broke and spread the shape of Its foam like a plume overtopping all the others. "That"g one of our torplllcurs, what you calrtrcncli sweepers," said the ob server. Among the whispering leaves somo one crossed tho platform to consult the map with Its ranges. A blistering outbreak of while nuioko rose n little beyond the large plume. It was as though the tide had ktruck n reef out yonder. Then n new volco of tremen dous volume lifted Itself. Out of a lull that followed homebody laughed. Evidently the voice was known. "Thnt Is not for us." ii gunner hold. "They ore liclng wnkctl up from" he named n distant French Kistlou "and so the torpllleur Is attending to, them there. Wo go on with our usual work. "Look, another torpllleur. The bar barlanr Again a big plume rose, and again tho lighter kliells broke ut their appointed dlstnnco beyond it. Tho snioko died nwny on that stretch of trench ns tho foam of n swell dies In tho nnglo of a harbor wall and broke out afresh half n inllo lower down. In Its nppnrent laziness. In Its awful deliberation and Its quick spasms of wrath It was more like tho work of waves than of men, . nnd our high platform's gentle sway and glide were exactly tho motion of n ship drifting with us toward that shore. "Always the Same Work.' "The usual work, only the usual work," the officer explained. "Some times It Is here, sometimes above or below us. I have been hero cer quicker than It does with us. The sentinel bounds. The overwhelming Impression wns the brilliant health and vitality of these men and the quality of their breeding. They bore them selves with swing nnd rampant delight In life, while their voices us they lark ed In the side caverns among the stands of arms were the controlled voices of civilization. Yet as the lights pierced the gloom they looked like bandits dividing the sioiI. Ono picture, though far from war. stays with me. A perfectly built, dark skinned young giant had peeled him self out of bis blue coat and hail brought It down with n swish upon the shoulder of n half stripped comrade who was kneeling at his feet busy with somo footgear. They stood Tbey had gashed and stripped tho tides ot the cathedral Itself, so that the birds flew In and out nt will. They had smashed holes In the roof, knock ed huge cantles out of the buttresses and pitted and starred the paved square outside. They were at work, too, that very afternoon, though I do not think the cathedral was their ob- ( nnequaled strength, and their opera, i TEACHING HOME ECONOMICS. jt-vii.e. lfna.1 Tn Tlflmn rrmA PnlV.Hil . , rosing the system. These agencies In For the moment we walked to and foreign countries could. In addition to fro in the sllenco of the streets and their Imnktnp i,iwi, ,,!, .. scrvlco to American business men and uunters uy rurnismng credit reports beneath the whirring wings overhead. Presently a young woman, keeping to the wnll, crossed n corner. An old wo man opened a shatter. How It Jarred and spoke to her. The silence closed again, but It seemed to me that I heard a sound of singing, the sort of chant one hears In nightmare cities of . Ia.i In I ..... - I . . . . . .iuu. ... iweiuu countries win no xor ' Iha fimmrn l...nnA. t .11 ..... I- . . i """""" -" nu uuiiks com- ,112.000.000 to Be Scent n Educat no the Farmers" Wives. In eight years fl'J.000.000 will bare been Bpent to provide education In home economics for the farmers' wlv-s BRITISH FLEET BEING IMPROVED Correspondent Allowed to Visi English Fighting Graft. MEN HUNGRY FOR ACTION Great Orydocks Have Deen Oullt Since the Beginning of the War, and the Navy Has Deen Strengthened In Oth er Paitlculars Watchful Waiting Haa Been the Policy. outers oy lurnisning creuit reports ai a of lue Smltn-I-ever act. no and general Information about trade cording to C. II. Smith, in chargo of nnd finance In the various countries In this work In connection with the Unit which they operate." stntes department of ugrlculture. Tho federal reserve uct. Mr. McAdoo At the recent -convention of tho points out. authorizes the establish- American Homo Economies assocU- tnpnf nf vnrli nr-.tiM.M , l.lt l.n .w.n.n. J .. ... .. . .. ....... voices crrlne from undercrouml In th -TiTi. , '-- on, in me Linversiiy or tasnmgion. cn hedraf """"Kroun.I In the of tho federal reserve lward. and. while j,r. Smith said J10.000 had been ai- cathedral. "Nonsense!" said un officer. "Who should bo singing here?" Wo circled the cathedral again and saw what pavement stones can do against their own city when shells Jerk mem upward, uut there wns singing. after nil, on the other side of a llttlo door In the Hank of the cathedral. We looked in. doubting, nnd saw nt least a hundred folk, mostly women, who J knelt before the nltar of un unwrcck- I eil chael. We withdrew quietly from I that holy ground, und It was not only I tho eyej of fte French officers that against a background of remllumlnous filled with tears. Then there camo nn ' facilities," he bluo haze, through which glimmered a pllo of coppery straw half covered by n red blanket. Hy n divine accident of light nnd pose It wns St. Martin glv. Ing his cloak to tho loggar. There were scores of pictures In these gal leries, notably n rock hewn chancl. , '"" mil little shops hen the banks cannot 1 compelled to take action along these lines, encourage ment by the Imtnl may prompt them to It, Entrance Into this Held by the fed eral reserve banks, Mr. McAdoo says, will not prevent member banks from carrying on nnd enlarging the business they are now doing In foreign coun tries, but tho capital und resources of tho reserve banks utilized for the ex tension and promotion of commerce "would give them mirtrnled llnanclal power." Must Have Steamships. "The question of adequate steamship fays, -is fundamental oiu.o.,, . ,,.- prayer oooi. m ncr nm, underlies every other question con hlltlll I Mt II Ofl.!.. lin.La 111. B....na .... I ,u,.i. in, imuas iiiu nijuuit', i'l - dently late for service. "And who nre these women?" I asked. "Some are caretakers, people- who where the red of the cross on the rough canvas altar 'cloth clow oil like n ruby. Dogs Mount Guard. Farther Inside tho caves we found u There Is one quarter where you etui buy things. 'llure are many old people, loo. who will not go nwny. They nre of tho place, you see." "And this iKJUibardmcnt happens of- tenr I sniu. row of little rock cut kennels, each In- j "It happens always. Would you like habited by one wise, silent dog. Their duties begin at night with tho sentinels nnd listening iiosts. "And bellevo me," sold n proud Instructor, "my fellow, hero knows tho dlfferenco between th nolso of our shells nnd the bodies' shells." When we camo out Into tho open ignln there were good opportunities for this study. Vob-es nnd wings met and passed In the air nnd icrbnps ono Itrong young treo had not been bending quite so fnr across tbo picturesque pnrk drive when we first went that way. "Oh, yes," said nn officer, "shells havo to fall somewhere, and," he added with flno toleration, "It Is. after all. against since ns that tbo bocbo directs them. Dut , come, you, and look at my dugout It's I cernlng our trade and future relation j ships with the Latin American repu;w , lies. The quick and effective solution , of this problem Is for the government , of tho flitted States to put Itself lie i hind ii shipping enterprise, wi the necessary Ilnnnclal supiirt. to make It successful will be assured. We cannot exict private capital In this i nun try lo engnge In this i-srentlal undertaking It Is too big nt the outset for private capital." STEEL IMMUNE FROM RUST. lfa I " . eomn. mil. ami innif nt inr fiiiirntit- ifm i ii - . a ,ndile,UUV'lnPIIWfC''ll'0,l.1Cke,, them,.tuP!ri"'0'nPo"IW0'li8- Only woman In Kansas prison for uu. ..v, vuuio gnu ,w& ui vur luvos. tnunler has uvn luimlisl. Whl n hm to look nt the railway stntlon? Of course It has not Ik-cii sii bomlmrdeilaH thn rntli,tritl " We went through the irros nuked. 3,r,in Cl,lm Tnat Krupps Have Per. ness of streets without pn.ple till wo i 'c,od " N,w Process, reached the railway station, which was 1 "'" closl"g n series of articles on Ger very fairly knocked ubout, but, ns my I ,mny s'n through Austrian eyes tho friend said, nothing like ns much as Austrian poet, Itudolf Hans Itartsch. the cathedral. Then we had to cross Elvcg n vlvlJ dwll'tlon of tho Krupp the end of a long street down which Plant nt Essen," says the Overseas the liocho could seo clearly. As one ' No,v Awj. glanx.l up a street one perceived bow It tho fact Is disclosed that the tho weeds, to which men's war Is tho flrm ',M developed a process of mak truce of God, had come back and were 'S steel absolutely Immune ngalnst well established the wholo length of It, 0,51 Bd oven against tho action of watched by the long iierspectlvo of nitric acid." open windows. J i landscape nnd mndo Its chemical vel. ...... ...... ... .... .. ,uu.t mu jujvusir luiu uuw uier uoii irot or nm. .... . I t 11 i. m I i -- - .-j uuuis inuij iin.iiunui., I Odd Stockings New Fad. Odd stockings Is tho latest fad In At lantic City, the ocean breezes disclos ing that girls wear one of black silk and tho other one of a dozen different boes. The Central Record $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Lancaster, Kentucky. Shown at Roman's Opera House Each Monday Night proprlated for each state to lo used In furthering this Hue of education. I'ro vlslou Is made for tho annual Increas ing of the appropriation by the govern ment and by Individual states to bring the amount to tho tlgure named. "Congress evidently felt" declared .Mr. Smith, "that enough had I -ecu dono In making surveys, compiling statistics nnd sending out literature to tho farmers nml that the time hod como to put Into practice the things science taught. "Last year water systems were In staueii in rorty rann houses In one county In .Michigan. This Is but one of the many practical things wo are doing. We find that the chief needs In the nverogo farm homo nre more money (the nvernge American farm er's Income Is but fl per day), less drudgery nnd relief from the sochl Isolation of farm life." ADMIRAL REYNOLDS RETIRES. Reaches Age Limit After Forty-two Years of Service. After forty-two yenrs of uctivo serv. loo In tho navy Itenr Admiral Alfred llcynolds wns retired from tbo service the other day because of age. having reached tho statutory limit. Since December. 1013, tho officer has been president of tho navy examining and retiring board. lie wns born In Virginia and entered tho Xavnl acad emy In ISflO, beting much sea service In subsequent years nftcr his graduation. Admiral Itcyuolds was recognized as an nutborlty on navnl ordnance and was esteemed highly ns nn executive, his nblllty along this lino winning his appointment In Washington nnd nt naval stations In various sections of tbo country. s No Horses on These Farms. "Horseless farms" appearing In Wis consin, where thero are sovcral with out a horse, everything being done by machinery. will relievo your Indigestion. Many people in this town havo used them' and we have yet to hear of a case where tbey have failed. We know the for1 tauJa. Hold only by us 25o ft box. R. E. Mc Roberts "For the tlrst time tho veil of secrecy over tho llritlsh naval operations has been lifted, nnd during tbo past neck I have been allowed to visit tbo grand fleet and tho great naval liases," writes a correspondent to the New Vork American. "At one uavnl bntc 1 saw drj docks capable of docking tbo largest lireud noughts built since tho war ls.'gan. I wus shown mais marking tho points where tScrman submarines had Ihi-ii slchteil nud the results of attacks classified under 'captured, 'supposed sunk' and 'sunk.' Wheu bubbles arc observed rising for n long time In the same sjHit, In smooth water. It Is taken fur granted that the career of a ub- marliio has ended. When officers were nskisl, 'How did you get them? the nnswer was, 'Some times by ramming, sometimes by gun fire, sometimes by oiplonlves and In other ways we cannot tell.1 "All the officers aboard the luttle- shlps and armed rruNcrs nre envious of those engaged In the submarine hunts. which nre regarded as great sort. 2400 Craft Employed. "The admiral commanding nt one of the Important naval lakes stated that England had '.VKO trawlers, mine sn refers and other auxiliaries outside of tho regular sen Ices on duty In tbo work of maintaining the blockade from the llritlsh channel tn Ireland and keeping the North sen clear. As the destrojer on which I made tho lnssx't'on turned Into the harbor where tho grand fleet was anchored I saw a target U-lug Duel In the cus toinary manner for the tiring proctlco of some of tho cruisers. Wu keep at It all the time.' an offi cer explained. "The gun practice finished, the cruis ers took their places In flct-t forma tion nmoug tho Immenso fleM of gray shapes at anchor In precise order, which, ns wo drew nearer, becamo line fter Hue of Dreadnoughts. In a tint that stcincd to melt Into the sea even tbo Queen Kllzatn-th, back from tho Dardanelles, looked email for her tonnage and gun puncr until com- pared with the Inflexible. "Every deck was stripped for action. Sea Planee on a Liner. "Tbo sea planes sailing over tho fleet had tbetr home on a famous Atlantic liner, which has carried many thou sands of passengers. In their places In the battle cruiser squadron, which Is Luown tn the nary the 'cat squadron,' were the Mon and the Tiger, which sank the llluc cher In tho North sen battle. " This seems sufficient denial of tbo German report that the Tiger Is at tbo bottom of the sea,' said an officer. "An wo approached tho flagship of tbo commander In chief nu officer pointed out Sir John Jelllcoe as ono of two of ficers promenading the quarterdeck with a tclcscois) under bis nrm. 'Quick of movement nnd hhs-c!i and tanned by a year of eiixmiire on constant duty, only n broad band of gold Ineo differ entiated him from thu other officers as ho received his guests at the gangway. "Tho vice admiral escorted his guests through the ship, showing tho men nt drill, and wns most Interested In call ing attention to n spevlal machine for practice by gun spotters In firing where the results of each shot were displayed. Waiting For Germans. 1 "This Is the liest we hale until tho ! German fleet comes out mid glies us u I chance for tho real thing.' he suld." i Hnri!n u II - t I un,.,... . Bti.iui mum ueru telegraph keys clicked and n compact wireless aplKirulus wus hidden behind armor, I saw tho workings of the sta tion which brings Sir John wonl of any submarlnu sighted or nny movement In nil the seas around tho llritlsh hies and carries the commander In chiefs orders far and near. "I was amazed at tbo patience nnd application of the men In view of tho dearth of action. "Whether In tho turrets, on tho bridge or below, there Is n significant absence even of tho minutest thing which could not serve tho purosc of battle. Only In the commander In chief's cabin, with Its numerous sea mas on tbo wnll, did tho books nud pictures suggest other thnn linked util ity for wnr. Sir John nnd nil hts officers spoke la lonntr Court Daft. ItlchmomI, 1st. Monday. Paris, lit. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. HarroclsburR, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2ml. Monday. Stanford, 2ml.Moi.dny. 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No 10; Bo;s. m. To Msysville, connecting at ItlchmonJ I-oultvllle; with I. & N to Frankfort & at Winchester with C & 0 to Lexlng ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling 4 Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71: 8-15 a. m. To Mowlam! ft Stanford connecting t Itowland. I. & N to all points South No 28; 11:04 a. m. To Itlchrnond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & lleattyvllle. Lexington ft Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville. No 70; 11:60 a. m. To Kichmniid, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:00 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon unction to Elizabethtown & Howling Green, and at Ilardstnwn Junction to Ilardstown & Springfield. No 'J; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fast train to Urlstol & Atlanta. Time Table. Southern Rail Road. Danville, Ky. Norlh-bound. No. 10 Cincinnati Express, daily 4:30 n.m No. 4 Pan-American Spe cial, daily 0:03 n.m. the samo strain ubout tho situation. If io. 28 Illue Grass Special, the German fleet had any chance of I daily except Sun.0:08 a.m. success It was at tho outset of tbo war, No. 14-Cnrollna Special, . , ....... . .lnllu ...... 7-nn n n. How Peanut Was Pushed. Losing bet on prizefight. Cast Or- .nita1 IV T M.. .... .... i-'- mni. pieugcu to -push a peanut" ono nnd three-quarter miles along a route, bail laucb on ln.nm gathered to seo his discomfiture. ITo urn tuo pushing on a truck, between tbo uprights of which wns a wir. h a Jap lantern. From a liny polo on tho lantern was dangling the peanut Jfforon 'School Lawi 74 oo4 trto, Jaji.I. firM for bsi la ftiitrUtM, iNsNUUMUfUudltorii UtrUfla lUlf kelp llrM7Tltlu4 Mil W.l.rwlKLKiUWMftjtJ btadasu! lull Ihutu Mr la f of TlwaM JtT rtuij u tram. rtt tUttTT RNNDAKEI, Skt, LtUfiil. Kr. No. 0 Local Express, dally 1 :35 p.m. No. 2-Jincinnatt Limited, I daily 5:20 p.m. No. 12 Royal Talm, doily.. B:37 p.m. South-bound. 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