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I HUSBAND KILLED QUARREL kSr NKW YORK LAWYER MEETS DEATH AT HANDS OP WIFE SHOT FIVE TIMES. YOUNG CHILD PRESENT Wife Clnlms She Did Not Firo Un til After Husband Had Point ed Pistol lit Her. Frederick, Md., March IS. Mrs. Elolso Young English shot nnd Kill ed her husband, Arthur E. English, a Now York lawyer, at their homo near here to-day. Tho shooting was done In tho presence of their six-year-old daughter, and Is said to have occurred during a quarrel. English was a Ron of Thomas Dunn English, a former New Jersey con gressman and author of the song, "Ben Dolt." Mrs. English claims she shot in self defenso when her husband, In a fit of anger, pointed a pistol at her. One bullet penetrated English's heart and four others took effect. VTho coroner's Jury later exonerat ed Mrs. English after she and thrco children testified' as to English's brutalky and frequent threats to kill his wife. Arthur English was assistant Unljed States attorney of the depart ment of Interior from 1S93 to 1897, when ho resigned and resumed pri vate practice In this city. He wbb ono of tho commissioners of the Hudson-Fulton celebration In 1909. Tho present Mrs. English, whom he mar ried in 1900, is his second wife, the first having died five years before. He was born In 18G3 and was a graduate of New York university. He studied Hindoo, Greek, Roman, Hebrew, English and American law under private tutors. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTOR IA DEEP SNOW ON THE NATIONAL FORESTS Washington, March 15. Accord ing to Forest Service ofllcials tho un usually heavy snowfall which has, signalized the past winter in most of the West has materially effected National Forest business. Timber salo receipts have decreased in some regions because logging nnd milling operations have been hampered by deep snow and exceptionally cold weather. Tho same factors have given stockmen using tho National Forest ranges much concern, al though ad yet there have been no se vere livestock losses reported. Tho foreslgt of tho stockmen in provid ing winter feed, which. Is now gener ally practiced, makes a recurrence of tho former immense losses very un likely. Tho damages caused by tho snow and resulting slides and floods to Forest Servlco trails, telephone lines, and other permanent Improve ments are not yot known, but un doubtedly aro heavier than usual and their repairs will make much spring work for the rangers. Most of tho railroads in crossing tho mountains of the Northwest run for considerable distanco through tho National Forrcsts. Reports from tho Forest officers show that some of tho roads have had a strenuous struggle with tho snow to keep tho lines open. Tho great rotarics havo had hard work to plow through tho hugo drifts. Snow slides havo swept down tho steep slopes, filling tho cuts, hurrying tho tracks to a great depth, and not only blocking all trafllc but in severnl cases destroy ing life and property. These slides usually occur on slopes whero fire has destroyed tho timber, leaving nothing to hold the snow In place, according to tho forestry ofllcials, who assert that a thrifty stand of timber on tho mountain Bides is the best possible safeguard against theso destructive avalanches. The deep snow Is not without Its beneficial side, say tho Forest om cers. It will lie long on tho slopes and ridges, keeping the ground moist until late in the spring, and thus greatly reducing tho danger of early forest fires which sometimes occur with serious consequences. A spring Are usually destroys little Umber, either green or dead, but sweeps rapidly over stump land and old burns, feeding on the dead vege tation of the preceding year. Its menace to property and life In re mote settlements has been demon strated more than once and must not be underestimated. By keeping tho ground moist until it is covered with green vegetation through which fire will not run, the great snowbanks become active agents In preventing flres. . Proper Treatment For Biliousness. For a long time Miss Lula Skel ton, Churchvlllo, N. Y., was bilious and had Bick headache and dizzy spells. Chamberlain's Tablets were tho only things that gave her permanent relief. Obtainable ev erywhere, m XdcmetCOnee J n valid j Now in Good Health Through Use , of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Say it is Household Necessity. Doctor Called it a Miracle. All women ought to know the wonderful effects of taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound even on those who seem hopelessly ill. Here are three actual cases: narrisburir, Penn. "When I was single I suf faivi n irmaf. Honl fmm frmnln weakness because my work compelled mo to stand all day. I took T.vrHn V. PinVhnm'n VfiPfltablfl ComDOUDU for tbat and was made stronger by its use After I was married, i tooK tue vompounu mjuui iui u ieiuuu trouble and after three months I passed what tho JnnA nnllrul n rrmtvth TTn Kflfrl if. Vjm a Ulirflfilo that it camo away as one generally goes under tue jenuo w nave mem remuveu. x uoyoi ""if, bo without your Compound in the house." --Mrs. Frank Knobl, 1042 Fulton St, Harrisburg, Penn. Hardly Able to Move. Albert Lea, Minn. "For about a year I had sharp pains across my back and hips and was hardly ablo to movo around tho house. My head would acho and I was dizzy and had no appetite. After taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegotablo Compound and liver Pills. I am feeling stronger than for years. I havo a littlo boy eight months old and am doing my work all alone. I would not bo without your remedies in tho house as thoro ,aro none liko them." Mrs. . & Yost, 611 Water St, Albert Lea, Minn. Three Doctors Gave Her Up. Pittsburg. Penn. "Your medlcino has helped me wondorfully. When I was a girl 18 years old I was always sickly and delicate and suiFereu from irregularities. 'iTireo doctors gave mo up and said I would go into consumption. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and with tho third bottle began to fool better. I soon became regular and I got strong and shortly after I was married. Now I havo two nice stout healtny cnuuren ana am '1,1 t- ,-l I..I.1 aironr lnv Mra PfVUBMrmi . uebrino,34 Gardner St,TroyIIill,Pittsburg,PenaE I IbbH yl TBI I 1 1 1 fRhj iBI 1 1 flHjSPwfl TKmm; it'v 1 II..I1 ll..l..r.JI.V PlnlrLamMrall. All women areiaviicu w wnwiiuiuo jjjruij. 11 duo Co., Lynn, Mrbb., for special advlc,-it will Imj confidential. NEWPORT ONLY WET SPOT IN KY. SALOONS DEFY LAW AND OPEN REAR DOOItS OX SUNDAY NEW ACT IGNORED. ALL OTHER CITIES DRY In Kenton County Only Ono Road- liouso Operated And Thirty Couples Arrested. Covington, Ky.', March 10. Duo to the unceasing efforts of tho "dry" forces, Covington was thirsty today for tho first Sunday In many a day, but her sister city, Newport, defied tho law and liquor was sold as usu al. But ono saloon, a roadhousc, out on a country pike, was open In Ken ton county. ' Front doors were closed In New port, but back doors wero nover closed, During tho rush hours, beer was sold from tubs and saloonkeep ers did a land-office business. Tonight a well known resort In Campbell county, near Newport, was raided and thirty couples arrested by tho Sheriff. , Tho officers refused to divulge the names of tho persons arrested, say Itjg they wero to bo used as witness es against the proprietor only. Rev. T. W. Ralney, who leads tho "dry" workers, said tonight that the day had been a successful one. "We paid no attention to Camp boll county today," said Ralney, "wo closed up Kenton county today and will try our hand at Newport next Sunday." Loulsvlllo Herald. Keep Your Dowels Regular. As everybody knows, the bowels aro tho sewerage system of the body, and It Is of tho greatest Importance that they movo once each day. If your bowels become constipated, tako a doso of Chamberlain's Tab lets Just after supper and they will correct tho disorder. Obtainable everywhere. m t A MESSAGE FROM GARCIA Sequel to " A Message To Garcia," Hubbard. By James W. Bockman. Former Secretary To tho Late Elbert Hubbard Rowan carried the message to Gar cia. Garcia was the leader of the Cuban rebels. When the United States de clared war on Spain it was necessary to get word to Garcia to hold out. Nobody knew where he was, except that ho was somewhere In the fast nesses of Cuba trying to elude cap ture by the Spaniards. "Who will carry a message to Gar cia?" asked President McKlnley. "Rowan," came tho reply from a man. Rowan was summoned and given the message.- He said nothing, but set about his task. The story of how he dlssapcared and found Garcia in three weeks has thrilled and Inspired millions, both soldiers and civilians, to efficient ac tion. "A Message to Garcia" was the first lesson In efficiency, and It taught to do the thing when you are told once. Tho average worker possesses no loyalty to his employer, no enthusi asm In. his work. He listlessly puches the time clock only that he may draw his pay. Ho counts himself the gainer when ho does the least work possible com patlble with holding the job. Ho has no Interest in what he does and is, held to his task only by tho dread of getting the bounce. Ask tho average workman or clerk to do anything for you and he will answer "Let George do it." Ho is set on being wise, and wis dom never penetrated his calcareous cranium. But now and then a Rowan ap pears among the workers. Do tho employers enfold him in their arms with the gratitude of Gar cia? , Do they give him a message of love, loyalty, appreciation and assur ance of co-operation such as Garcia gavo Rowan to take back with him? On your llfo they do notl They accept his loyalty, servlco and sacrifice In silence, lest he dis cover that ho has done his work well. If In his humdrum drudgery ho does not repeat a spectacular stunt of carrying a message to Garcia every day, he is set upon by the boss for losing interest in his work. Instead of being thanked for his unusual service on a special occasion he Is bullied for not creating more such occasions. The average employer has no loyalty from his workers, and the chances aro ten to ono that ho has all tho loyalty ho deserves. Tho big majority of young fellows who set out to mako their own way In tho world, without tho coddling of maudlin mothers and fathead fathers aro loyal to tho firms they work for to tho point of self-sacrifice. But tho employer is so greedy that he takes sclf-sacriflclng loyalty to his Interests as a mere duty that Is duo him becauso ho encloses a paltry pit tance In their pay envelopes on pay day. An ounco of loyalty Is worth a pound of cleverness; but an ounco of appreciation is worth a thousand pounds of platitudes. No leader of a victorious army ever had tho loyalty of his soldiers with out first having proven his unbound ed, unfailing, unflinching, unwaver ing loyalty to them. No great General ever demanded loyal soldiers In order that ho should bo loyal. Napoleon did not demand loyalty from his men. Ho inspired Itl And they would die for ljlm when they wouldn't fight for another General. They know that the Little Corporal would remember and reward them. Men and men, on the field of battle or in tho thop and tho factory, and If you appreciate them and treat them fairly and squarely and set them an unquestionable example of loyalty, they will meet you on the same basis, and your interests will be their Interests. It Is tho employer's duty to show hl& loyalty ljrst. Then he will havo Icyal employs You muEt sivf if you must receive. The loved oces are those who uavj loved much. If ybu would 'e loved by loyal men, you, yourself, must be a lorlni; and loyal man. It Is for the master to set that ex ample for h: servant. The word "master" mpar.s teacher and imnHs leadership It you wonll have your men so in the right direction, you must lead tehm and po.nt the way. You are not a master if ou expect to be led. Appreciation ic the greatest Incen tive tho world has ever known. Gratitude gains more than granite If you huve a message from Garcia to the mar. who carries a message to Garcia, your reward will be golden and your name will be glorified. o i. The Court of Last Resort. Around tho stove of the cross roads grocery Is tho real court of last re sort, for It finally over-rules all oth ers. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been brought before this court In almostovery cross roads grocery in this country, and has always re ceived a favorable verdict. It is in the country where man expects to receive full value for his money that this remedy Is most appreciated. Obtainable everywhere. m The Bus j bodies of Life. The consciousness of power over others brings the most exquisite joy to any human being. To be able to regulate other people's lives seems a very desirable position to most of us. Of course all llfo Is managed on this basis from the institution of an em peror down to that of a political boss, But most of us do not recognize tho tyranny in our own natures for just what it is. We call ourselves philanthropists and neglect to con sider just how welcome our phllan thropy Is. I know a girl who took her stand against her whole family and assist ed her younger brother In making a marriage which to his youthful fan cy seemed desirable. The girl had a wonderful feeling that she was "play ing Providence" most graciously for brother and his sweetheart. She was a managing young woman and stood out against all of her people for what she considered very beautiful and noble reasons. She imagined she was actuated by a beautiful sentiment of desire to make others happy. She fancied sho was the ono person who could get the point of view of her whole faml ly deemed rather an adventuress. Sister glossed over the whole sit uation, and, with a feeling of nobil ity, engineered a marriage which the boy would never have put through by. himself. Two years proved it disastrous. And like disaster attends almost all instances where ono hu man being steps In and manages the affairs of another. It Is never fair to insist on regulating other people's lives. It forces them into an atti tude of weak helplessness tbat makes them parasites, whether they are con scious or unconscious of It. Being helpful Is another matter. It'means giving aid where aid Is hon estly needed, It means answering a cry for assistance and letting some one who feels tho necessity of get ting someone else's opinion or of having their doubtfulness bolstered up a bit recognize the fact that tho world Is not a totally cold and Indif ferent place, Between "playing Providence,, and being callously indifferent to tho needs of others thero is a tremen dous field of sympathy and helpful kindness. ''Playing Providence" is mjE IS Reducing the Cost of Upkeep Ball Bearing; Lontf Wearing THE INSTALLATION of L. C. Smith &? Bros. Typewriters is invariably olio-wed by the discovery that the bills for ribbons are much less than be fore. A large corporation recently found that its ribbon expense was cut in two. This is not an accident. It is the result of the mechanical construction that makes the L. C. Smith & Bros, cheapest to maintain. The ball bearings give light touch and eliminate pounding impact. The ribbon is actuated by the carriage, not the typebar. ' The ribbon, mechanism is automatic, so that the ribbon reverses at' the in stant the end is reached and without added strain. Low ribbon cost, low cost of maintenance and the highest efficiency these are guaranteed to L. C. Smith & Bros, users. DEMONSTRATION FOR THE ASKING L. C: SMITH & BROS. TYPEWRITER C? Homt Offkt and Factory. SYRACUSE. N. Y. Brmctica in All Princi'jal Citlel 414 Main Street CINCINNATI, OHIO. Era TBI llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllq s Vanderbilt Training School for Boys a 5 ELKTON, KY. 9 "Will help parents develop their sons into the best type of citizens and Christian gentlemen. Its patronage is widely scat 5' tered and comes from the best, homes in the South. Its capacity is limited, there H fore, reservations 'should be made early. Place your son in this select group of boys. Write 8 MATHENEY BST 2 For catalogue and information. Bos A. the sort of thing that patronizingly takes a square peg out of a square holo where It Is comfortably enscon ced, and, insists on whittling it down to fit a round hole a notch or two higher up in the world. It means manufacturing discon tent fortho object of your experiment If you happen to fall, and making a weakling who needs to be disected out of that object if you succeed with him. On the other hand, being helpful means lending a helping hand to someone who has sat all his lite in an Invalid chair, who wants to walk and yet who does not know quite how to take the first step alone. It means aid, comfort and the benefit of greater wisdom and advice. It means being guide, counsellor and friend. It never means leading someone whom you have blindfold ed or dragging someone forward in long strides when they have a capa city for taking short steps alone. Feeling that you are a Lady Boun tiful to a heaven-like arbiter of des tinies may be rather pleasant for you but It is miserably unfair to anyone else concerned. Don't be guil ty of It. "Playing Provldenco" is Just play-acting to yourself; It is pre tending that yoij are a noble, unsel fish helper when In reality you are Just a self-centered boss quite like tho child who "won't play" unless It can be president. A Specific Against Colds. The nearest thing to a specific against colds is a sleeping porch or open bod room and a cold sponge bath every morning when you first get up. Even then you will occa sionally tako a cold, especially when colds aro epidemic, and when you do you will find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a great help In enabling you to get rid of it. Try it. Obtaina ble 'everywhere. m We Knock the Spots Out of Things Ladies' and Men's Garments French Dry Cleaned and Pressed In a Superior Manner. Send us your Garments and Have Them CLEANED CLEAN Packages called for and delivered. THE ELITE PRESSING CLUB A. Iva Nail, Prop. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Electric Bitters Succeed when everything 1m fafla. In nervous prottrattoi and fcmal iweaknesaea they crs the supreme remedy, as thousand have testified. , FOR KIDNCY, LIVER AND ' STOMACH TROU1LI k is the best medicine ever aeM over a druggist's counter. ffcSf iLHLkV y$5cv nW WILL YOU TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY A TraalnMt (or WEAK. 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