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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 24 February 1914

A ' , A VOLUME II. RICHMOND," KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1914. NUMBER 8. MEXICANS ATTACK U S CAVALRYMEN -' ... - - " - American Soldiers Shoot One of Attacking Party, But Suffer No Loss Themselves. VILLA'S ACT STIRS BORDER Consul Edwards Reports Benton Was Executed After , a Regular Court Martial Trial American Miss ing From His Cell. El Paso, Tex., Feb. 23. Under cover of darkness a body of Mexicans at tacked the camp of Troop M of the Thirteenth United States cavalry, but . was driven away when . Cor poral Jenson, who was on guard duty, called his comrades to arms. -One of the Mexicans was shot, but none -of the American soldiers was wounded. There was a- feeling of -sharp ten sion here as a result of the attack on the cavalrv camp, and the execu tion of William S. Benton, a wealthy British subject, by General Villa. The dislike that Americans of the border towns always have telt for Mexicans has been turned to open hatred here by the developments of the last 24 hours. The ci...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 24 February 1914

V THE MADISON I A N OPERT TO FIX R. R. VALUATION CREATION OF POST ADVOCATED BY CHAIRMAN OF THE COMMISSION. GOVERNOR GIVES ATTENTION Bill Authorizing Appointment Had Been Refused a Place on-the Calen dar In Argument for Legislation, Laurence Finn Looks Ahead To Pos sible Purchase of Railways by Gov ernment. y (By Brnest "IV. Helm.) Frankfort. House Bill No. 317, re fused first reading and a place in the alendar, proves to contain more merit ihan at first understood, and it is like Jy to be made a vital issue in the near future. The bill authorizes the gov rnor, attorney general and chairman r the state railroad commission to -appoint an engineer and expert ac countant to assist in taking the phy sical valuation of railroads in Ken tucky in conjunction with the inter state commerce commission. Chairman Laurence Finn has just brought the bill to the attention of 'Gov. McCreary. "There is no one con nected with the railroad commission who has either the time or the knowl edge to do this...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 24 February 1914

. ll Telephone all social news to 638. Anna D. Lilly, Social Editor Miss Jeanette Pates will be hostess of the Sherwood Club on Saturday afternoon. 6 ; ' Master Coleman Oldlnm entertained nine of his young friends and his teacher, Miss Dick, with an Alhambra party on Saturday afternoon. The occasion was his twelfth birthday, and after the perform ance the party repaired to Joe's for refresh ments. ROOK PARTY Mrs. George .T. Bogard entertained at Rook Saturday afternoon, in compliment to her sister, Miss Emma Dty, of Lancas ter. YOUNG LADIES' BRIDGE Miss Marianne Collins entertained the Young Ladies' Bridge Club on Thursday afternoon. A few outside guests were present and a most enjoyable time spent ' K 5 t CARD PARTY Mrs. B. J. Clay entertained at cards on Friday afternoon in honor of Miss Martha Burke. After the games, ices were served and the prize, a beautiful book, went to Mrs. S. J. McGaughey. K . BUFFET LUNCHEON Mrs. Nora Stanifer Perkins and her two brothers, Oscar and Charle...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 24 February 1914

T H E MAD I S O N I A N GEORGE WASHINGTON FARM CHICKEN MONEY CHARACTERISTICS OF IDEAL DAIRY COW iMUffSOlOOL About $350 Realized From Flock of 150 Hens. Lesson fBy E. O. SELLERS, Director of Evening Department, The. Moody Bible Institute, Chicago.) . j v;. '- LESSON FOR -MARCH 1 j6 LETTER HELD AS PRIZED HEIRLOOM Signature of George Washington Makes It Invaluable to Its Owner. A LETTER signed by George Wash ington is an heirloom in the fam ily of William H. Paret, a real estate man of Kansas City. Mr. Paret re ceived the letter from his father, the late William Hale Paret, Episcopal 2. of Fac Simile of Signature of George Washington. ,"bishop of Maryland, who in turn had it from his father, a resident of New York City. The letter follows: "Headquarters, 3d December, 1782. Dear Sir: Your favors of the 21st .September and 24th and 26th October came regularly to hand, as they con tained only intelligence of the move ments of the enemy's fleet, and re quired no particular answer, I did no...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 24 February 1914

T H E M A D I S O N I A N N ANOTHER CHANCE. .1' tS H? I suppose hereafter we will iJieen as strangers? St e Yes. Won't that be nice. I'll flirt with you then. His Object Alt Sublime. Mark well the critic In his rage; Give heed to Ills angry frown. '. Hp's trying to elevate the atagt Ey calling the actors down. v Explained. A Belfast tradesman stepped into a barber's shop the other day, and while he was being shaved the barber was wondering if this was a new cus tomer. "Have you ever been here for a shave before?" asked the barber. "Yes, once," was the reply. "But I do not remember your face, sir." "Well, I daresay you don't," said the customer. "Ye see. it'B a healed up noo." The Shamrock. Waste of Time. "Are you Btlll taking a cold plunge every morning?" "No, I quit doing that to save time." "Why, a cold plunge doesn't take more than a minute or two." "I know, but I used to spend three quarters of an hour curled up in bed hesitating." POOR HUBBY. Hubby I can't eat those biscuits. T...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 24 February 1914

Published Each Tuesday at Richmond, t(y. by Grant E. Lilly, - - - - Owner Entered as second-class matter January 22, 1913, at the post office at Richmond, Ky., under the Act of March 3, 1871). , Srant S. Jlilly, -Jtnna 2). Jlilly, - . Sdilor Social Sditor SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year . $1.00 Six Months...... ....I. .60 Three Months. t.. ...... .35 One Month....: . .15 IN ADVANCE. GRANT E. LILLY ATTORN E Y-AT-LA W OFFICE 138 Second St., RICHMOND, KY. TUESDAY, FEB. 24, 1914. THE BENTON MURDER Now that President Wilson is working overtime in the interest of England to break some of the important pledges made in the last democratic platform, more especially that pledge made in solemn convention pertaining to exemptions from the canal tolls for all American coast wise ves sels, it will be interesting to un dertake a surmise as to his atti tude in reference to the murder by the Mexican rebels of William Benton, who is a citizen of Eng land. The attitude of President Wil son and his Cabinet...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 24 February 1914

0 V T H E '"JM ATJ I S O N IAN' VIORK IN STATE BY GOVERNMENT REPORT SHOWS THE RESUTS OF EXPERIMENTS BY AGRICUL TURAL DEMONSTRATORS. NEVTTRiAL IS GRANTED Wife's Right to Defend Herself Cited By Higher Court. ELEVEN EXPERTS THIS YEAR Prof. S. M. Jefferson, Eminent Bible Scholar and Educator, Receives Fa tal Stroke On Streets of Lexington John A. Eastin, Confederate and Prominent On Turf, Beaten In Race With Death. Western Newspaper Union News Service. Louisville, Ky. A copy of the re port on work done In Kentucky by Jesse M. Jones, of the Bureau of Plant Industry, has been received Here irom wasnington. la. it is. con tained the announcement that eleven county agents will handle the work this year. Last year there was $11, 599 spent, which had been contributed by commercial clubs and chambers of commerce of this state. The work was carried on in 584 places in the state. There were 190 demonstrations of raising corn on 1,295 acres, netting from 10 to 25 bushels more to the acre than ev...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 24 February 1914

i V. "Good As New' Dean Robert Massie, of Christ Church Cathedral, Lexington, an nounces that he will positively not perform a marriage ceremony until the groom satisfies , him he is perfectly sound and "good as new." The family physician of the bride must rertify as to her health. , His announcement has caused quite a stir in the Fayette capital. oo New Postal Rulings , Postmasters have received in structions to the effect that all letters or postals dropped in the office or letter boxes are to be forwared to destination and that i double postage will be collected j from party receiving same. This will be the means 'of a great sav ing to the government who are forced to handle such matter sev eral times. OOOOOOOCXXXXXXXXXXXDOOOOOOO ITS HERE r Our new press is now be ing installed and if your pa per is late next weekyou will understand the reason therefor. J OCXDOCOOCODOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO River At High Tide The heavy snow and rain last week caused the Kentucky river to rise- very rapid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 3 March 1914

4 H I i I in ! rf .4- ' V' J: VOLUME II. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1914. NUMBER 9. - ' 1 ' 1 - i . -X it General News Circuit Court, is in session at Standford with Judge Hardin pre siding. Judge Benton is presiding over Circuit- Court which commenced Monday at Nicholasville. The "wets" have won their con test in Georgetown. Another election will be called for the en tire county. It has been developed by the ... Probe Committee that a large number of the legislators are rid ing on railroad passes. A company called the Chicago Veneer Company, with a capital stock of $200,000 has been incor porated and will do business at Danville, Ky. A tract of land containing fif teen acres in Bourbon county near Hutchison station," sold for $227 per acre and was bought by H. S.-Ritchie. Sunday morning fire broke out in the Presbyterian Church at Lancaster during survices, caused by an overheated furnace. Several ladies fainted and considerable damage was done to the church. Fire broke ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 3 March 1914

n j! 3 T.H E M A D I SON I A N JOSEPH C. S. looks like him, yuh talks like him and yuh walks like him." "You don't say so, Aunt Betsy?" replied Allen. "That is a compliment." "Yes, suh, Marse John, an' yuh is just like yuh grandfahtah in other ways, too," retorted Aunt Betsy. "He was a politician, jes' like yuh." "Why, Aunt Betsy, I never knew grandfather was a politician," replied Allen. "That is news to me." "Oh. yes, suh," responded Aunt Betsy, " 'deed he was a politician. When de legislature dun met up dar at Richmond he dun went up dar and he stayed around all de winter. Ah knows, 'cause I was heah and yuh wasn't." "Well. Aunt Betsy, what office did he ever hold?" inquired Allen. "Jes' de same office you hold, Marse John," replied Aunt Betsy. "As long as Ah kin disremember, he was a candidate." REPRESENTATIVE HUMPHREY'S FIRST CASE When Representative W. E. Humph rey of the First district of Washington Isn't in congress he practices law for a living but he has been in congress f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 3 March 1914

I t ! 'I r"" CHAPTER L . 1 The Crash. : "Tailed!" ejaculated John ; Valiant "blankly, and the hat he held dropped to the claret-colored rug like a huge white "splotch of sudden fright "The Corporation failed!" " - The young man was the glass of fashion, from the silken ribbon on the spotless Panama to his pearl-gray gait ers, and well favored a lithe stalwart figure, with wide-set hazel eyes and strong brown hair waving back from a candid forehead. Never had his innocuous and butter-fly existenco known a surprise more startling. He had swung into the room with all the nonchalant hab its, the ingrained certitude of the man born with achlevemect ready-made in his hands. And a single curt state mentlike the ruthless blades of a pa4r of shears had snipped across the one splendid scarlet thread in the woof that constituted lite as he knew lt He had knotted his lavender scarf that morning a vice-president of the Valiant Corporation one of the great est and most successful of modern day or...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 3 March 1914

km 1 . v - : . jr 4 s " fir t . ' A At t ." . v.- ..a a. V a 3THE STOIttT OH. THE fTRST PEESIISOTv!LC IsTr ? BY THE PRESIDENT vTT i in or mim i iimi iimbimiiiiiw i iw Tirara (CONTINUED.) He'v.as at IMouat Vernon when he dispatcbed these instructions; but it did not take lcng to reach the seat of government, to consult his cabinet, and to issue a proclamation of neu trality whose terms no man could ails take. It contained explicit threat of exemplary action against any who should presume to 1: regard it. Genet Ccmes From Franca. That very month (April, 1793) Ed mond Charles Genet, a youth still in hiB tvvnt:, s whom the new republic over sea had commissioned minister to the United States, landed at Washington and Charleston. It pleased him to take po8BeEsioa of the couctry, as if it were of course an appenae of France. He was hardly ashore before he had be gun to. arrange for the fitting out of privateers, to it-sue letters of marque to American citizens, and to author ize French con...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 3 March 1914
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 10 March 1914

fc1 I VOLUME II. RICHMOND,- KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1914.' NUMBER 10. t ' t Bohumir Kryl Kryl and his Daughters at the Normal Chapel Thursday evening, March 12, 8 o'clock. -oo Married OLD TREATY GIVES U. S. PROTECTION Document of 1860 Found in Sen ate Archives Permitted Special Intervention. TESTIMONY HITS AT CONGRESSMAN Witness Says Manahan Resolu tion Was Due to Factional Fight Between Brokers.- MRS. J. J. BROWN. INDUSTRIAL QUIZ TO COVER NATION Chairman of Federal Commission Outlines Plans of a Broad Investigation. JUSTICE DANIEL T. WRIGHT TEXAS RANGERS CROSS BORDER On last Monday morning at the home of Mr. J. S. Collins, Miss Nannie Cruse and Mr. Jos eph Short were united in mar riage by Rev. C. K. Marshall. - oo Basket Ball Basket ball continues to flour ish at E. K. S. N. The game played on Friday evening be tween the Normal Faculty and State Faculty resulted in a score of 47 to 13 in favor of the visitors. On" Saturday evening the game ' between the Normal students and So...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 10 March 1914

vr T HE MAD I S ONI A N PRESIDENT READS TOLLS MESSAGE URGES CONGRESS TO REPEAL THE EXEMPTION CLAUSE. "IN VIOLATION OF TREATY" Favoring of American Coastwise Ves sels Declared by Chief Executive Also to Be Based on Mistaken Economic Policy. Washington, March 5. Declaring that the exemption of American coast wise shipping from the payment of Panama canal tolls was based upon a "mistaken economic policy" and was "in contravention of our treaty with Great Britain," President Wilson to day asked congress to repeal the Ad amson act containing the exemption clause. The appeal was made in per son by the president, who appeared before the senate and house of repre sentatives in joint session. The president declared that all the world powers were unanimous in Judg ment that the exemption was in vio lation of our treaty obligations. Only In the United States, he said, was the exemption clause regarded as debat able or as open to question. He said he had not come to congress to deliver a person...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 10 March 1914

THE MADISONIAN Telephone all social news to 638. Anna D. Lilly, Social Editor Prof, and Mrs. (J. D. Smith entertained fifty or sixty young people from the Nor mal one evening last week in honor of their niece, Miss Pauline Currier, of Cleve land, O., who is visiting them. t Miss Lillian Smith gave a small party on her fifteenth birthday, March 3, and Miss Gladys an Alhambra party on her thirteenth birthday, March 6, both in hon or of their cousin, Miss Currier, of Cleve land, Ohio. THE PRANDENNIAL s The Prandennial Club meets with Dr. J. G. Crabbe on Friday evening at 6:30. 5 i K DANCING CLASS The dancing class of Misses Julia White, Callie Shackelford and Marianne Collins closed Saturday night after a very success ful season. A, large crowd was present m k BRIDGE CLUB on North street; on Thursday morning, Dr. E. B. Barnes officiating. Immediately after the ceremony the young couple left on the fast train for the South. Before returning to Richmond they will visit the sister of the ...

Publication Title: Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonian. — 10 March 1914

T HE MA DI SONIAN HoWHelp ' i.. ' '. inquirers The Fearful FEW, CAUSES OF BUMBLEF00T Many Cases' Result by Bird Jumpfnfl j on Some Hard, Substance Proper Care of the Wound. 4 LAUREN SUDtm By REV. HOWARD W. POPE u ' Stipcrmiendeat el Mea '--?'- V "Moody BibU loWuta. Chicago n iv :.v.) ;i ' u,::- Q synopsis. v ,V t ,;' John Valiant, a rich society , favorite, suddenly -discovers that the Valiant cor poration, which hi3 father founded . and which was the principal source of his wealth, has failed. He voluntarily turns over his -private fortune to the . receiver for the corporation. ! ; : (' r i CHAPTER lit- Continued. To' be outside! : All that light and color and comfort and pleasure would hum and sparkle on Just the same, though he was no; longer within the circle of Its effulgenceTSlavIng pep haps, he thought with a twisted smile, at some tawdry occupation that called for no experience, i to pay for a meal In some second-rate restaurant and a pallet In some shabby-genteel, hall bedr...

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