Clipped From The Courier-Journal
THE GRAND JURY. Political Affinities and Occupations of the Twelve Men. The grand Jury was composed as follows: follows: Robert Suter, foreman. Democrat: George Brock. Democrat, farmer: C. W. Bridgeford. Democrat, house painter; F. M. Feathtrstone, Brown Demoe:at. farmer: B. F. Brumback. Democrat; 9. D. Cain, Democrat, farmer; Frank Stagg, Republican, merchant; John Rlea, Democrat, butcher; W. B. George, Republican. Jeweler; Lewellyn Gaines, Democrat, horseman: Bud Carter, Democrat; Democrat; W. H. Graham. Democrat. Conferring; With Powers' Friends. Williamsburg, Ky April 17. Special. Special. Attorney R. C. Klnkead, of Louisville, Louisville, was here to-day to-day to-day and held a conference with a number of prominent prominent Republicans from different parts of the county. Nothing definite could be obtained, but from a number of Powers' friends and relatives It Is supposed supposed he waa preparing his defenne either In the conspiracy case or the contest for office. Finley In Safe Refuge. By Assoclatfd Pra. Frankfort. Ky., April 17. It Is thought there win be some trouble in the extradition extradition of ex-Secretary ex-Secretary ex-Secretary of State Flnley Flnley from Indianapolis. Got. Mount, of Indiana, has refused to recognize reg.uj. slUons from Gov." Beckham.