Newspaper Page Text
v--.. , i. ,t .'
" ' ' . ." iii.i.i.ii , , TWENTIETH YEAR. EARL1NGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KY., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1909. No. 42 i'jjr I fr r 1 1. 1EH0GRATS ALL ELECTED R. M. Salmon Wins Hopkins County by 1100, Leading His Ticket WADDILL GETS BIG HOME VOTE BUT LOSES FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE Ntws of County and City Election oar townsman, who was candi (Into for ci'fcnit coart clerk on the Democratic tickot without opposition, n numbor of Karl ington Republicans casting their votes for him in a spirit of neighborliness. HOUSE BURNED GOMPERS AND LAW AUD ORDER JUDGI ELECTED. There wns almost an ontiro ab Bcnce o anything in tho IcaBt unpleasant in tho conduct of tho election in the throo Burlington precincts on Monday, in spito of tho fact that there wero moro than a usual nuirber of our citi zens interested and at work at tho polls. A pood, big vote wns polled at ouch of the local pre cincts. Not the largest ever, but a very good vote for any year ex cept a prcsidetitul election. The Tote of the county, by precints is printed in this issue, in which a comparison is made with the last county election, four years ago, and tho Earlington precincts may be there figured ana com pared by any reader so disposed. Tho most unusual tin 11 about tho whole election in the county in the big load of the Hon. 11. M. Salmon, democratic candidate far State Senator, over all the other candidates for njiy oJUco on his ticket. Tho figures (ire inter eatiug aud aro allructipg more attention than anything iu the result of tho clec!ion. Mr. Salmon is elected by something like 1100 majority iu Hppkiiwu while tho majorities, in .thi county judgo and ei$fuit ,juj3g0'8 raco uro little dypr XjpO. In P'hrifltiitn couilty r. 6alV hi&n litis Fotiiettiiug like COO, UKlr, jority, where usually tho tibrmall republican majority is 1000 or wore. In Christian all the dem pcrntic county ticket is elected my majorities running from 250 to 500 Tho goiiiH made by the Hon. O. .1. Wuddill, repubheau candi date for circuit judge, in uiH home couut', over the vote of "JJour years ago, make a showing Moat complimentary to him. In pno Madifionville precinct, the Court Iloupe, this gain amounts $ol20. Mr. Waddill led his tick et Lby about UOO iu Ilopkius jtoatity. Judge J. F. Gordon was elected by about 300 major ity, having .carried Hopkins, Caldwell and Livingston Coun ts ( IV n lies. Mr. Waddill carried Orit auden by 2f majority. Mr. A. J. BeunettwaH elected police judgo over tho present in cumbent, Judge KrneBt Nowton, by ti niajontv of 101. There w.ib no contest for Mayor or members of the City Council, the old officials being ejected with out opposition. They are Jas. It. Hash, mayor ; L. H. O'Brien, Jol'in B. Atkisnou, Thos. Bluir, H. O. Bourland, Geo. O. Atkiu Bon and .). M. Oldham, council' won. Esq. Jatnea Priest was olncted magistrate over Esq. John It. Evans, the present incumbent, who made no effort to be re elected aud had permitted bis jjamo to be placed on the ballot rat In r against hie will. Esq. ifriest declared that if be thought Mr. Evuhs wanted the place he would not be out in op. yftritiott to him. Mr. Priest 'a majority was 1, out of soue tiiug like 1000 yetcs, caat. It is a matter ofpoaerul ttotu aifcut, the qwetaes auiMtjood. feeling witb which .he. efcetio? twna to be t a Rood tumor, U ludlug h defatted candidate. A vry .uic wIwiUtte'aUr$ vvte . site tati. L Toofrtbe Louisville, Ky., Nov. 0. Tito Democratic stronghold of Callo way county today olectod Judge Patterson County Judge, who is tho first Republican evor elected to a county office there. Judue Patterson was appointed y Gov. Willson to succeed jndgo A. J. G. Wells, a Demo crat, who wns tnarlo a member of tho Stnto Board of Control bv Lrcnson of his stand ngninsr. tho nicht riders. Tho law and or der element is responsible for tho election of Judge Patterson. All the other county officers were taken info camp by the Democrats. WITH BALLOTS While Soldiers Were at Thci Meals at Crockettsville ASSOCIATES NEW BALLOTS WEKE SENT 0)Ti FOlt AIRSHIP RACES Big Aviation Meeting to be Held it Latonia Track. Jackson, Ky., Nov. 2. Tho homo of Mr?. Mary Deaton, whorci tho ballots of the Crockottsville precinct were kept burned while tho soldiers sent to guard the! precinct were at meals. The: bollots wore destroyed. Mew; uanoiH wero sent, oui. inc uiu-i lots from Sebastian precinct weroj stolen. Mrs, Daaton's husband was killed by Ed Callahan's men 12 years ago. Tho house, wns to be used as a polling place iu today's election. Mrs. Deaton wns feeding tho Lexington company of state mi litia sent to Crockettsville to conduct the election. Are Held to be in Contempt of Court, Which Uphold? Decision. Question Whether Further Appeal Can be Taken by Defendants. I' Washington, November 2. Tho District Court of Appeals today affirmed tho decreo of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia adjudging President Samuel Compere, Secretary Fruuk Morrison and Vice-Presi- ent John Mitchel of the Amer- CARDINAL GIBBONS OPPOS ED TO WOMAN SUFFRAGE Says Cincinnati, O., Oct. 1)1. Plans for an aviation moctiii" to bo uuui iioar uus city were an nounced today, the. fuuds for the event having been subscribed by a number of local capitalists who nro interested in navigation of ,tho air. Novomber 12, 13 aud "Hard the davs selected for tho meeting;. ,, The flights will be made from JLntoiimracu track, on the oiit- akiTtV;of 'Oovingtbn, ' Ky., and Gle)in;-iL Oirtiss in his bi-piaue, and. Koy Knabenchuo and Lin fedhi peachy iu dirigibles, have already made contracts with t!io$d in charge of tho enterprise. The im-eting is being promoted by an organization independent of the Cincinuati Aero Club, but it is stated will rcceivo the, pup port of the latter body in its Ef fort to make tho ail'air a success. Among those iu charge of the arrangements for the meeting aro former Mayor Julius tflq'jq chainauu aud lm 'brother, Mas Floischmann, who recently xna'do a long distance flight from St. Louis to u point near Kichmoud, Va., in the car with A. Holland Forbes; Benson Foraker, Hor ace Schmidhtpp, Leu Ault and others. The committee on prizes to4ay arranged a program which it is believed will bring together at tho meeting hero many of the best known aviators in tho country. It Wonld Be a Death Blow Domestic Lile and Happiness to New York, Nov., 2. Iu a let ter to the National League for the Civic Education of Women, an anti-suffragette organization, ienn Federation of Labor guilty of coutempt of court in the Buck Stove fc .Range case. Chief Justice Sheppnrd dis sented from the opiuion of the court on constitutional grounds. Adds to Gravity. The court held that the funda mental issue was whether the f constitutional agencies of gov- erntnent should be obeyed or de- fled. The mere fact that the de fendants were the officers of or ganized labor in America, said jthe court, lent importance tc tho JcauBO and added to the gravity of the situation, but it should atiou was removed from the un fair list of tho Federation, Mossors. Gompers and Mitchell continued to keep ahvo tho boy. cott by frequent reforonccfl.to iV in tho FederntioniBt, tho official organ of the Federation. Mr. Mitchell Was involved in the trouble by rdason of hiB membership on tho Executive Board of tho Federation and bo- causo it was alleged ho had made no effort to prevent the adoption of a resolution at tho convention of tho Uuited Mine Workers of America in antagonism to tho Buck Stove & Range Company. The result of tho boycott, it was said, was to cuse a decline in the business of tho Bucks Stovo & Ilai ge Company of 50 cent. per Cause of Trouble. The boycott placed by tho Federation against the products of the Bucks Company grow otit of a fight made by the Metal Polishers' Union and supported by the Federation for an eight instead of a ninohour day. This was resisted by the company and the Federatiouist published the name, of the Bucks Stove & Kaime Company under tno cap tion of "We don't patronize." The proceedings against tho officers of the Federation were begun August ID, 1907, by the 'not be permitted to iuflueuce stove and rangy conrpany. After MtttinjatSt. Chartes. The following named gentle men and ladies attended tho meeting that is boing held at St. Charles this wook: W. S. Jlc Gary and wife, Henry Browning and wife, Rev. Moore and wife, Henry Rogers and wife, Jno. Loug and wife, O. H. McGary aud wife, Todd Maxwoll, Oliff Long and Miss Ruth Tyatt. iney urove over in carriages. This meeting is creating much interest and a number of addi tion have been added. Rev. Maxwell, who held revival Berv iccs here u short time ago, ie the leader. Unofficial Vote of Hopkins County , V - . - f - .. 1 1 . ..... 1 loo R. R. Com. Cir.JndRe Com. Atty. Senator Rcpresen. Co. Judge Sheriff m. m V) !rS " Ci " "'" yj t" P3 O 'fl W C3 prkoingts Q-Siz I I I'l 3 , ? I- ? f 2. ff I ? ' jr ? ? ; rf : ; : ' 1. Whlto Plttlns 191 69 2H 79 209 82 212 84 210 77 216 79 209 84 218 81 2. Norton ville 129 02 100 78 90 9G 108 80 108 87 112 77 103 84 109 SO a. Mortons Gap 173 147 187 164 180 167 187 153 180 147 188 152 182 15G 198 148 4. St. Charles 106 182 92 209 88 216 90 209 117 188 89 211 89 210 96 209 6. LakeEnrliURton.. 135 106 100 165 158 101 1G3 153 181 187 160 154 159 ICO 101 150 C. N.E.Earliugtou.. 165 183 203 148 199 159 204 151 224 140 201 151 190 169 201 149 7. Harnnloy 100 41 109 40 109 43 111 41 109 41 109 42 111 41 111 39 8. Court Houbo 230 117 268 140 189 192 224 153 234 141 233 143 190 178 205 172 0. iSlk 170 170 188 211 180 235 188 218 190 210 104 200 180 225 193 215 10. Anton 101 75 01 70 88 91 89 79 90 $7 88 80 80 81 80 81 11. E. Hanson 162 99 150 95 157 90 155 94 150 94 1Q1 94 151 104 158 98 12. W. Hanaou 144 15 140 32 145 34 149 32 148 32 143 31 141 84 145 31 13. Old SfttflUi 81 19 84 20 85 20 85 22 85 17 84 21 82 25 84 21 14. N. Nebo 90 93 C8 127 07 130 09 127 " 09 127 09 127 04 128 07 128 16. S.Nebo 102 110 100 148 167 155 1G0 151 175 J371 162 151 145 161 148 160 10. Daltou 110 80 107 83 107 84 106 84 107 83 107 83 109 84 108 80 17. Silent Ruu 124 49 100 52 100 '52 106 52 106 '61 107 61 106 51 100 54 18. Cliarluftton 140 103 135 108? 136 110 187 107 142 102 133 109 131 113 185 109 19. Dawson 105 155 219 161 268 180 216 109 267 134 219 160 212 177 223 169 20. IlBley 4J.'.... 66 209 79 190 77 198 82 192 207 72 70 193 93 185 116 159 21. Mill v.., Li... 121 195 150 216 155 228 152 223 102 211 158 218 144 234 148 266 22. Kitchen '.'..". 1 ' ... 207 129 206 109 190 195 200 178 211 170 204 175 184 193 195 185 23. Manttou .;.... 129 51 121 0Q 112 74 120 00 123 Ql 118 65 113 72 118 65 24. Richland: Si 50 80 36 86 41 89 23 87 33 87 33 80 45 84 89 25. AshbyBburjf 88 88 97 76 96 8l 96 77 96 75 96 74 93 84 96 76 20. Hecla 26 180 22 195 23 195 22 195 88 130 22 195 23 195 20 194 Total 3410 2794 3566 3050 3405 3304 3526 8127 3877 2799 36383075 3375 3269 3634 3130 Majorities,,,... .622 500 101 398 1093 4C3 109 404. ONE DEAD AND M DYING As Wreck JfcsMJt tfoscoe Lech Killed Ofrfrishf. , FOURTEEN CARS RENDERED WELES5INTHESMASHIJP, McKiuuoj, Ky., J?ov. 1. One dead, ono dying, geveral sovere ij injured, two engines and fourteen cars readered almost usoless, aro the rosultB of two wrecks on tho Chattanooga divi sion of tho Quodn & Orescent railroad whioh occurred near here. The wreck, which resulted fatally for Roacoo Leach, agod 28, an engineer, was a- headon collision between two heayily loaded freight IrainB which oc curred botweon this place and South Fork, a station a few miles south of bore. vv Tho trainB met just outsido k sharp curve whilo going at a lugh rato of speed and Leach. who was tho engineer on the south-bound train, was instantly killed, and a brakeman, whose namo could sot bo learned as this dispatch was sent, was fa tally injured. Loach's body was removed, from the wreckage in an almost unrecognizable ferm and taken to tho homo of his parents, which, was less than hajlf a mile from where he mot his death. The brakoman was. taken to like Danville Hospital in a dyik condition. An investigation into thu ' causo of iko wreck is beinAv made, but tjhe .exact cause hadw not been determined. Both en gines tycre damaged, almost be yond repair and -about six cars wore derailed and almost com pletely' demolished. Within Josh thaVan hour an other wreck ooonrrod between South Fork and King's Moun tain but np Qe was hurt. Eight ears .heavily loaded with pig iron uro derailed. The wrecking crews from Danville and Somerset woro despatched to the 6cene of tho Jtfreck aud Jhe work of rcprtirh'aoo track was bogun immediately. 6HA OtHwcrati Win In Owtweow DviMCeMty OweiiHboro, Ity, Ko7 IJThe Democrats carried OwensbWo uud PaYie.es county by a bifl iua,-l JPjUy. , JJ . Lambert deieateu k. J. WilliuiBti iu the Ma'yw.y race by, u ulurality of over (W). eutlo yw in year, Ti h-?' tit cilyTwtU-Uti& w eUel4 (Wf . znade public 'to-day, Cardiual Gibbons says; "I regret greatly that I cannot attend the meeting called for November 1. a'Although my many duties will not allow mo to bo presout at your meeting, I beg to assure you that lam most heartily iu sympathy with 'the aim of your league, and I approve most strougly the stand it has taken in opposition to woman sufl'rago, which if realized, would bo the death blow of domestic life aud happiuesp. Very respectfully yours. "Jamks Oakdinai. Gibbons, "Archbishop of Baltimore." Senator Elihu Boot also wrote a letter of regret that ho was uu able to bo prosout, in which ho expressed his sympathy with th cause, and 6aid : "I think your association i doing very valuablo aud import ant w'ork." The tide, are current records. tpj store.cpmpeUtioa aa4 w'lU ehftw you,.today, ho mncji wore, competition 1 this city beuelte yo. !& v,mliMm !& M 9mm, i U, teMt(,th iaU wVJ the result. "If an organization of co zens, however large," tho court held, "may disobey the man dates of the -court, tho same reasoning would render them subject to individual defiance. Both are subject to the law and ueither is above it. "If a citizen, though he ma.i honestly believe that his rights havo been invaded, may sleet when and to what extent ho will obey tho maudato of tho court and tho requirements of tho law as interpreted by the court, in stead of pursuing tho orderly course of appeal, not only the courts, but government itself would become poworless and so ciety would be reduced tj a state of anarchy." KUttry of Cat. Tho antjoRof the Supremo Court of the District of Colum bia, in sentencing Compers, Mitchell and Hbrrlson t la-olvo, nine and six months i... prison- ment u, jiL resnecMvoly,. was F.QareBjjiivft the, failure, of theee thre.dft4aatB tsohey the er ar'ef tkti eart directing then uvbipii ii vm piauia m duck mm 'JkM Kukkm Ominiav ol'RL flA .b .r.rr7 -- "uuwir fa tbf proutiwiW Uir keWintlir'fiaBdi-tke m !?I,-HW rN;yttaifWiMK,c-ieii: f WHOM hi ttawe ox Um oorpor a comprehensive hearing Justice Gould of the Supreme Court of rie District, of Columbia issued temporary injunction restrain ing the defendants from prose cuting a boycott on the business aud products of tne Bucks Com pany. Later this injunction was made permanent. In tho appeal of the case to tho Court of Appeals of the Dis trict of Columbia, Alton B. Barker, of New York, appoared as ono of the counsel for the Federation of Labor. Reforonco to the Bucks Stove & Rango Company continuing to appearj iu tho bederationist und in speechos aud writiugs of tho de fendants, tho company bad Gompers, Mitchell and Morrison to appear aud show causo why they should not be puuished for contempt of court. Diiobtytd Inlnnctloa. Mr. Gompers had openly iuti. mated that he would not bo bound' by the terms of tho in junctfeu. After hearing tho contempt pfeceediags, Justice Wright of the'Sapreme Coart of of the. tiitttitt fbadLthe de. fendii4Vtf'bn 41tV, of- wil-t fully disobeying the injunction HMpravea:faw m jaaprieou-, Two Men KIMeri in a Duef Qonzalos, Tex., 6ct. 31. In a duel following a Wedding ffdjUc iu tho Mexican quarter ou the Henry Cardw ell farm, two allies north of Wrigh,ts!eQro., two met met death early today.. Tho victims are : Demolio ifr royo, of Gonzales, aged thirty five yoars, and Marcus Morales, tweuty years old. There wero no witnesses to the quarrel nor to the fight. The men went about twenty steps from the building in whioh thu' dance whs held and began firing at each other. Erroyo was instantly killed and his body fell across Morale, tho latter lived for about an henr. KBAD 1LOWH OFF Waller FjrkyAcckkHWty Killed by WU Brother Whlfe Httfttinj. Hcder&flH, Ky. Oct 30. Wal ter lar)feyi tlpi..eixht.year. t' a '' n' UM son pf Allou Fa,r at 'J:; thfs ffS. a merei 7x i t j.-" j?ii a 'i MlTmV I . V k i A iimm 1 1 wiwi " m umiibv K4i. . v vUi " awawB$ftfvtbA' decieo Coatiuued oo tbfrd ?&.) jji;i aud k'illed 'by tlie acMeaWl chaff ai,A. flbeepwn while hantiag Ui9 lubraiux. The ( chW.was"brfiva" ia the fid! thWy'-utwl at Uvre4 his head, Tho nu, yearv laa.4 TsbBdm Ma bMk reeultc j ti T i il