old in ins work. Rotarians Hear ' Telegraph Editor At Wood River . WOQD RIVTSR, Jan. 13.-Mem- oere of the Rfltary Club Monday noon heard JOBeph J. Bromgoole, city editor of tlie Telegraph, who related some anecdotes gleaned in a newspaper career, punctuated With stories. He discussed the enterprise ot newspaper men and tho pughu they sometimes find themselves in while seeking & story. Sim Montgomery, president ot the club, presided, and the speaker was presented by Francis Manning, city counsellor, chairman ol the projram committee. The olub also heard from Prof. H. B. Allan, member of the faculty of Bhurtleft College, an announce- meBt regarding the course in pub- 110 speaking to be given at the Y, M. 0. A. In Alton. The course will be open to the publlo and the Y. M. C. A. will pay the tuition, All«n said.