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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 Thursdaybc tlr VOL XVII NO 2J2 PADUOAH KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY EVENING DEO 6 1905 i 10 GENTS PER WEEK IIr AN OUTBREAK IS DAILY EXPECTED w Situation in Russia is Little Changed y Troop Continue OH Or uanlllanlI r festo Is Issued hy the 41ev 1cnllncllt ALMOST DKF1AXT IX ATTITIDK k Irnuskisdia Zoitung of Koonlgeburs says Upon Information gained from Russian fugitives compoto anarchy prevails in tho Russian Baltic prov Incur Tho government has wholly tout Its power end the military are 1 choinning to fraiuruSza with the rev 1 olutionist Hemo ifroquontiV eees drunken rot dieM parading tho streets with eoelal hletswnvlffff red handkorchlefa t51roloetkm of life and property 11 has wholly ceased to exist Banda of Orbals are scouring tho provinces and numerous csttitrs have been pH lagod their arms horses cad money seized and rattle burned to death In l tables Tho stream of fugitives crossing Oho Ironthr lIs dally Increasing Nobdomeiv from the Battle prov inces are nnrlvins at Ko ml borg to place their women and children In 11 safety MnrlncM Arrive SU Pottnurg Dec 4 via Kydt kuhncn East Prussia Dec GTho guard for tho ATnerlcani embassy con tilstrrig of marine under a potty off cer from the Unltol States cruiser Minneapolis arrived horo today To UHO Torpedo hauls Waslriagton Dec GIn response to a cable hiQutry front tho state de partment us to the state of communl catkmbetween Blrmand Sl Potore burg rtanbatrador Tower replied that teiiigrnijia con nuncnlon between rrhotwo capital is onMrely suspended t taall communlcatlc xWS only i from Dertin taEydtkuhatut on the border between Ruwla and Russian Poland An effort Is being made to arrange J a system of water communication bo twoon St lIVftersburg and tho outside 1 1worldthrough the use of Gorman and British torpedo boats t To Protect Swedes Stockholm Dec GThc Afton I iblaxlot say that two war vessels will l 10 iIlRpaWlMHl to St Ptor bur to 1 1protect Swodoa there and to bring 4iomo those who wish to return I j MiiH Heconie ArruHtnniiHl to It t St Petersburg via Kydtkuhnen I Dec CeAf offlowl note was Issued today explaining that while the gov- r ornment Is lnfVxlby determined to tarry out the reforms promised bIr the JmpoHal manifesto of October 30 It Is Impossible at ono stroke to- a accustom the people to an admwls r rtratlon of thlIOw onlor of things put forth by tho manifesto Until this ntcompllshod1 the old taws must bo It ItIs GUILTY OF TIIUFT t4J1oulIl Mini ot Proinhunce Pkads tI t GIuilty at Norfolk Norfolk Va Doc GIMwin Don I nan son of a former American consul at Belfast Ireland pleaded guil ty today to stealing front the maths I whto employedL In th1 Fort Monroe postofllco and will bosentenced la ter r5 Col Cody IK Honoml london Dec GCol William F f fColly has been ofllclally appointed r Instructor to the balloon companies of royal engineer at Aldorshot iMayflejd Ky Doe GSId C Mc Gee who lost this inlnul1 during the a sitting of the recent grand Jury rlod hero on the ulwuigo of lunacy i v and sent to the Mr McGe ihas never boon affected his sop Emmetl tttcGeo tooflt hlm to the aajflum a W Q Adams roll son twaw and t before until whilo on the grand1 Jurj ho cainro inIoto Sao morning anti the rest of Wio mombora assessed fltio of 25 o5tJt worth of againstt hIm vhloly ho went and purchased f Vab4i4b sun I LIHKHAL PROPOSITION Hnld to leave Ikcii Made Hy Chnutmi t qua Men Tho Commercial club met this morning and heard n proposition from Messrs Speed and Shaw from Bloomlngton 111 relative to the ChautauQtia proposed for Paducah next summer Tho proposition was liberal it Is sold but another meeting will bo hold In a few days before nny action Is taken Tho gentlemen will leave tho city today but will return in a few days to idecIsIoni PLIJASUUi SKKKKll Dies of Pneumonia Aboard OnsoIIne launch Here Dennis 0 Conno aged 39 of Now York a clothing clerk died on his gasoline launch at the foot of Elizabeth stroot this morning of pnou moll 111 after a several days IlLness Ho had boon In Paducah about throe weeks and was traveling by sly- er In a private pleasure gasoline launch He has relatives In Now York and the remains will be held until something is head from thorn Ho was lnglo and In good dlrcum ranees It IIs saidi VICIOUS RIM Hutted n Woman to Death In Mary Innd Hagorslown Md Dec CAirs- Ann Read seventy years old was crossing a field to tho homO of a nstghiborh when a big ram charged her and knocked her down end repeated 1 ly hutted her after she was down ai her condllon whea found showed Her face was coveredwith blood and thUTO were halt a dozen holes In her 8kuB Sho died last night without having regained consciousness IIKARST VICTORY Knprcinu Court Decides Votes May He Counted Fur Him Nw York Dec GTho supreme court today handed down a decision sustaining the contentlonof William IL Hearst INregard to a recount ami reeanvats of the votes found in the a7ot boxes thatt kayo been opnedt Mlles Hnllowo Still Lingers There Is no change In the condi tion of Miss Alice Ballowe who was eo fearfully burned at her homo In the county Monday morning A tele phone message from tho residence this afternoon was to the effect that she was still lingering and conscious but that there was little hopes for her recovery Another Crisis HrcwIiiK Santo Domingo Dec G1l1o political situation le strained Vivo President General Raymond Caccros who Is understood to be hostile to the chief executive has arrived here He denies however that ho has any iIn tention of forcing the president to resign 1- I TODAYS I MARKET Wheat Open Close Dee SQ 80 111 S13i 82 V Corn Doe 40i 4- 035ytti n 40 Osts Dee 103 JoS May J1y J1 Pork Inn 13GG 1357 Cotton Dee t 1180 1198 Jan 1192 1208 Mcln u 1226 1233 May 1242 1250 Stock I Cv 177 178 L c N 152 1503 Itdg 13GY 135 T C J 121 127 Yt Po per cent t ti A Fine ofI 25 Cents Worth of Apples IIII Caused Grand Juror to Become Insane Will HopKlnsvflle naylum- t et cippjea i Money10tlJ and igavo to tho Jury Out title born on his mimi so that ho seemed to think ho would be assessed aW kinds of damages owl began to gat worse end worco uutUhls people wore fore a1 to halo him tried and pjaeoJ In tho asylum Ills iihysdans think ho will soon bo abu to come back toml Mrs D lL JJrtle of Water Valley was alto adjudged 11 lunatic and sent to the Hopklnavlllo asylum She Ik 31 years aid and has threw small ehl iron KENTUCKIANS FOR THE HALL OF FAME The Next Legislature May MakeI the Selections Two of Our Jrente t Men Alniihnni Lincoln nnd Jefferson DaVIs Were Kfiitucklans MUCH IXTKHUST IS AROUSCD A movement has been set on foot to secure the statues of two eminent Kfjftucklaus for the Hall of Fame in the Capital at Washington D C says the Louisville Herald When tho Hall of Fame was estab listed by congress provision was rondo for each state to select two oft Its most eminent sons to place their statues therein Nearly every state In tho union has taken advantage ol this opportunity and a niche Is still reserved for Kentucky but It has ne ver been filled Tho Kentucky Icglsiaturo is tho body empowered to make the selec Hon and to provide the statues and the next session which meets January 2 100C will bo asked to furnish Kentuckys statues Peculiarly enough the great men mentioned for this honor have been doad for at least a generation one of those who have died In the past gen eration the only ore whose name Is seriously mentioned Is Col W C P Brccklnrldge He however never attained the eminence of his kinsmen John Brecklnrldge and John C lirecklnrldge and It Is improbable that his statue will be selected Kentucky has furnished the great i est president of tho United States with the exception perhaps of Washington and Jefferson both of whom were born In Virginia when Kentucky I was a part of Virginia Kentucky furnished the only president of the Southern Confederacy and some titChas greatest orators and statesmen the country has produced Living Kentuckians are of course excluded from the list Two of her greatestt sots George Rogers Clark and Henry Clay were born In Vir ginia hi h time when Transylvnnlaas Kentucky Was at flrst called was a part of Virginia but they proved to JKentucky when young men and are properly Kentucky products Clark Conquered the Northwest territory which gave to America tho rich states of Ohio Indiana Illinois Wisconsin and Michigan and was a man of great character Clay was undoubted ly Americas foremost orator and statesman and deserved but missed tho presidency three times Two obscure lads were born In the western part of the state wJtliln com paratively a few miles of each other a generation boforo the Civil war broke out One migrated In early childhood to Illinois The other ml rated In early manhood southward to MIsslsslpI Each absorbed the sent iments of their adopted sections Tho Kcntucklun who moved northward was Abraham Lincoln who became president at the most crucial porlod in tho countrys history The Kontuc klan who moved to tho Southland was Jefferson Davis wUn became tho first nnd only president of the Southern Confederacy I Other Kentuckians who attained distinction and national renown were John J Crlttendon Thomas IF Marshall Albert SldnojvJohnston and R H Menlfee President Zachary Tay tar spent his boyhood In Kentucky and ho has lineal descendants still living In Louisville but he never at tained to tho distinction of many of lKentuckys sons Partisan admirers of many other Kentuckians such as J D Beck Wll lIam Qoobel Isaac Shelby and other United States senators nnd governors have also urged their claims but such supporters ore generally mot not well acquainted with Kentucky history and with the truly great men Ken tucky has furnished ito the world George D Prentice Joel T Hart and pushups pne or two of Kentuckys Inventors might bo mentioned for tht honor nnd were they not overshad owed by such names as Clark Clay CrIttenden Lincoln aril Davis one of thorn might be selected for the honorTho legislature will undoubtedly ho willing to supply tho statues of Kentucklans for the Hall of Fame but it will not be an easy task for tho legislature to agree upon the two names to select Partisan lines should bo obliterated in making such a se lection and local lines ought to bo obliterated although perhaps a few lir tr j rf ptrt C oL members of the legislature will urge men of county prominence because o local pride It has been suggested that Davis and Lincoln If selected for the Hall of Fane should be sent in by Illi nois and Mississippi but Illinois has already made her selection and Lin coln Is omitted and no other state could chose him as a son Women are not debarred from the Hall of Fame but it is Improbable that any woman will be selected by Kentucky for the honor Frances M1 Wllldrd 1s one of the few women whose statues now adorn the hall Kentucky line of course produced great women In fact it has produced few women who were not Intrinsically great but none of them rank so high above all others that a selection among Kentucky women could bo made UNKNOWN ytUnits n SenInn OfficialI With n Club Belgrade Servla Dec GMlnlstet of Finance Markovltz was attacked on the street today by an unknown assailant who beat him severely with a club Inflicting serious injuries In the confusion the man escaped METHODISTS MEET AT LEXINGTON KY Will Make an Effort to Consoli date Conferences The New College Void Then Iroba lily Hi Lociitrdjnt Pndncnh Without njDoubt iii REVT J XEWELL ATTENDS Rev T J Newel D D leftnt coon riTor Lexington to attend a meet Ing of committees from four confer oaoesaPpolAtraLaimtet to consoll date and secure control of the state Methodist college If ho is success ful In his undertaking It wll1 mean that Padueahs chances of getting the college ore greatly Increased Dr NeweH stated that at present the coJU s was under mnnageinjat nnd control of the Kentucky North ern Methodist conference but thsr the iiea of the commutes Is to Ji It und T the consoMdatsd management of the four conferences of tho two Methodist churches in Kentucky namely The Kentucky conference of the M1 E church and tlw Ken tucky lAMilsvllle and Momphto con broncos of tho Mk B Church South If this bo done then Paducah will be midway In tho territory botwon Memphis and Lexington and will stand an excellent change of getting tho college Th3 meeting will beheld In Lexington tomor owand Dr Newell will return to the city Friday I think Paducah has a bettor chano for nanny reasons of getting tho college than other cities said Dr NowtO anal I hope we shall bo successful In effecting tho combina tion and securing the management of the college by tho four conferences for I think Padueahs chances will bo greatly fticreascd then ALARM FEIT Over tho Hmeml of Yellow Fever In Hnvniin Havana Dec UYo11ow fver Is spreading hero and It Is suggested that those not Immune had tootle stay away from Havana for tho pros oat at least The revival1 and spread of yellow fever Is duo to neglect end the Onconvpctcnco of the Cuban sani tary authorities competent physic ayI SHIP SUBSIDY HILL Was Hcporleil Hy the Committee to the Senate Washington D C Dec 0Thej- oint congressional merchant marine commission has completed the prep aratlon of a new ship subsidy bill and reported It to this senate today Supprrsing facts Vow Orleans La Dec 6According to tho official health bit lottn loiued to the English steamship Prince Arthur of the Southern Pa Itlc Line which arrived here today from Havana there wore 2 11 cases of- tisilow fever at Havana last Saturday Tho disease Is reported us epi demic and It IB said that the Cuban fejafth authorities are withholding the true condition of affairs l tttIl1W tAll INSANE WOMAN STILL HAS THE OAR Mrs Berry of Kentucky Noith er vats or Sleeps nan n Pistol and Threatens to Shoot Anyone Who Attempts to Interfere With Her sin TALKS QUITE RATIONALLY f I DBMKXTED WOMAN OAPTUR 1 Kl TillSJUTEJtSOON fllrnrd lianas Dec 0halt- e Suffocated by fumes of ammonia xM j thrown into the car and strug jg KlhiR violently against half a dozen men Mrs Sally UnIT was q j captured this affem noon by offitt lavatoryijr 4 which she had been besclgcd a j four days and nights She was V taken to the Jail hospital where iK the Is being held Slid will not j be nrrnlpied on any charge here g- JJ providing friends come to her g aid itf 4t Oirard Kan Doc GTho woman giving her namijt as Mrs Iva Derry who barricaded herself in the retiring room of a Frisco coach Friday at midnight and defied all efforts to cap turo her routing tho police and wounding a passenger still holds the sort She has Defaced baskets of provisions and threatens to shoot any one who approaches tho car The authorities have resorted to various ruses n an attempt to cap turo the woman but without suc cess Before daylight a dummy was moved toward the door of the car to ascertain If the occupant was awake It was well that the experiment was made with a dummy for when It Como within range Mrs Berry apr pearod at owIridoWond aenta hultef through the head of the figure The roise was repeated In the hope that ale might exhaust her ammunition but she could not bo induced to waste another shot The woman a npparently tottvlnc ed that she Is pursued by some one Inton upon her lIre and she declares that she wlH sell it as dearly as pos sible She apparently has not slept since she becamo violent last Saturday and has had nothing to tat When over anyone approaches sho points a revolver through the window and warns him away She expressed a wish to lave a flie and Detective Mo nahan of tM Frisco hastened into tho car but before ho lighted tho firs sho ordered him away telling him he was too slow Sheriff J E Walsh had a long I ltalk with Mrs BcrryVho Joked nnd I appeared friendly Plough until the sheriff ventured too near when she waned him away with her pistol Sho said She had lived a sad life and had been divorced from her husband Joseph Berry three years ago She declared he Is now the proprietor of a saloon In Lexington JKy Sho suld sho had a married daughter When the sheriff suggestedl that sho looked too younlgfom that fiho retorted that jho was married young She said sho also had n grown son a boy 13 years old who was with the fatlttr and a sister and nleco In Denver Sho men tioned a friend In Wa ace Idaho nand Ross Sho declared that If he wore hero now she would lea vo the carSho declared that sho knew she had to d rebut sho was not going to kill herself She would shoot others in setf defense if tiJiYlrlod to tape her What dhall be done with yilur body was asked with an object of luvortalnlng whoro her relatives live Throw It to the otoglSlvas her rrtply Sho opened a window this morning and throw out a ring It was liven to mo In Kentucky she sashl Notwithstanding her long vigil and the iutonso cold she does not show weariness Whenever a train passes thi coir she pulls a pillow from a broken window and revolver In hand keenly watches tyio trainmen As soon as the train is gone she replaces the jlWow and hides behind oJ The womans fAclat iihwtures are youthful lint her hair Is gra- y1hbmornlng Mrs Berry ttalked more rationally than at any limo slnco last Saturday Slw IU sully W fjeged however Is n Krntiirklaii- fipokano Wash Doc 0Mrs Ina Berry Js ibelloved hero to i9 Mii t- oI rJrt rIIIfljJfU faU ro Y K r y r TWELVE PAGES y TODAY r Sarah Derry a Kcntuoklan who has boon working In this neighborhood for tho ipast two yars Her photograph recently taken iU Llbbys stu- dIo was posJtively Identified by A V Bradrlok as that ofa woman who worked for him He says sheonce barricaded the house nnd armed her mit with an ax to keep off Intruders Hor Husband Consults Attorney Lexington Ky Dee GTho wom an Who is defy tag the Kansas author Itlcs It dovrfops la Mrs James F Barry of Montgomery county Her husband lives in Lexington and sep arated from his wife some time ago and married Miss May Klrtchmer of this city Barry consulted an attor ney tlus morning and wilt take stops to assist the supposedly demented woman GOV FOLK Tells Publishers of Dictionary What Graft Is T Jefferson City Mo bee GThe publishers of the Standard Dictiona ry have wired to Gov Folk for his definition of tho word grafter to be used in the next edition of that work clew Fols definition is this Grafter one who preys on the people either against the law or un der the law The boodler sells his offi cial vote or buys official nets contrary to law He Is a grafter but a a grafter is not necessarily a boodler Grafting may or may not be unlaw ful It is neither a special privilege exercised contrary to law nor one the law itself may give a 300 DELEGATES Attend Meeting of Federation of Labor at CovhiKton- Covlngton Ky Dec GOver three hundred delegates were present at the second days session of the con vention of the Kentucky State Feder itlon of Labor Delegates are present from Louisville and all other parts of the state A motion to excuse mom hers of district 19 of the Mine work ors from paying a per capita tax after January 1 1906 was adopted Presl lent Wood then appointed various Deaehwelcemedthem the keys of the city were theirs for the week 3 MORE Will Ho Charged On Each Barrel of Whiskey Frankfort Ky Dec GThe state board of valuation ind assessment has fixed the state and county tax on whiskey at 10 a barrel The tax Is paid when tho whiskey Is taken out of bond and dt brings Into the state a large revenue especially the larger whiskey counties Tho Increase of 2 i barrel will mean thousands of dol lars Increase for the state PATRICK COLLAPSES yi Ills Cell rid Could Xot Ho HeSen teiiccd Now York Doc GTohe district attorneys office received Information today that Albert T Patr1 k had cot= lapsed in his cell at Sing Sing prison and cannot bo brought hero today 10I bo resentenced1 for tho murder of Mil lionalro Rice- Plotted to Raid Treasury- St Petersburg Dec 1MondayI evening via Eydtkuhnen East Prus sia Dec 6 Although thero appears o be no foundation for prevailing fears that nn outbreak is Imminent ho population continues In a state of anxious suspense The garrison has been reInforced by 42 battalions of Infantry 16 squad ons of cavalry and 12 machine bat to rlej Tho government It s reported frustrated a plot whereby a thousand srmod men had arranged to raid tho state treasury One of the conspirators t It Is said betrayed his fellows whereupon the proposed attack was abandoned An answer from the Westejn Na tional bank of Louisville one of the defendants in the case of the Nation al Life Insurance Co of Vermont against F O Rudolph Admr of H A Rose the Kentucky Mill and Lum her Co and the Western National bank was flied Jn circuit court this morning The suit was flIed to determine to whom to pay a 110000 policy held- e Kentucky Lumber Co on the tr Ji= i r SCENE OF HORROR t- ON FATEFUL DAY y Mrs Mary Rogers Hu Broke 1 of Down and Is Horrifiedi M It lIs netIcvcd That She Will itirur m Be Curried to the GallowsFo I Execution 9tai A 17 t tL1 oil oi jt troGOV BELL IS VERY OBDURATE t 8J 1 1tr vIr I Wlnsdor Vt Dec6rJMlrs Ia rlRogers who Is sentenced to1 ehang ed Friday has broken down and sleeps but little cats nothing and Is in a state of physical collapse 8he observes nothing and sees nothing that passes on about her and speaks to no one but the deathwatch A scone of horror Is expected when the hour of her execution ftfrlvej Its thought the woman will hayetj bo carried bodily to her fate tb if overpowered before tho noose la ad justed Kn wr ir I Got hell In Indifferent re Chicago 111 Poet6foveraorB- elt of Vermont left this morning far home I threw them Into the waste basket said the governor itt barding the Pitltions he received In r IbohaHf of Mary Rogers while tin Chi i r cago The matter of the woinuiiV execution does not seem to weigh heavily on the governorl r r1Looks Like DeathJt ChlcaBO Dec9rhel end has come for Mary Rogers said GoviatC J Bell of Vermont at the Oret Northern hotel last night Her attorneys have exhausted their financial and legal resources and I have granted every reprieve that seemed to be lust or that the law required I can do nothing fur= ther and I do not see how anyt newf 1can1 Coy Bell apo1 t aindyaptl quietrl r ly but with a decisive manner that left no doubt that his mind Is made uv As a private citizen setting aside a your duty as governor what are your sentiments as to the hanging a woo man by the state he was asked f Gov Boil hesitated momentarily then he saidfIr would rather not express any opinion other than y as governor at this time The agitation las been the result of newspaper talk he said when asked about the popular sentiment In Vermont There Is rib extensive movement in behalf of Mrs Rogers in our state Only a year ago the legislaturere fused to abolish capital punishmentI Tho law applies allkotp men and women and I believe in onforcjugthe iawuTUB DIVIXH SARAH pi i Talked Too Freely and Hud to Hurry1 Away Throat Quebec Quebec Dec 6Sarah Bcrnhardt and company loft Quebec last night under police protection after a mob had made an attack onthe company throwing rotten eggs and other min slice Tho attack was the result fof uncomplimentary remarks made by Mme Bernhardt about French Canal 7 diano influence on tho clergy tarNOa Will Ho Issued Hy the Pennsylvania After Juu 1 Philadelphia Pa Dec iAfterJanuary 1 the Pennsylvania railroad will issue no more passes Tho whole system will be abolished and the gen eral wipe out will Include everyone except employes pf the road The step Is taken on account of the general agitation on rate legislation s Iandlife of Rose Tho policy Is held by the Western National bank lt Is alleged an security on debts The answer states that the bank took In notes endorsed by Rose amounting to 22000 anti that the policy had been pledged for part of the debt The nuawc ll1 uddillou asks that the money due on the poll cy be paid It as part of the debt and 4 that the court order Rudolph as Ad ministrator of Apse I4jut y the bat once ot the debts 11 frrf r d Jcv sir Uo Ew 1 t 1 c Ii- I yhh I i I 0 1 I f t2c1 I IiG1tJt tA 019 r TJ J r ttl ITHE PADTJOASI EVENIiTGIt t UNwlmxEslM1 bECEMItER Of j i i r I I IffjBr I SW1CKJ Q CtupusShrunY QUrterSliw IICSNTeEACitt 4PoaAQUAhiL- R0W ETT PlM ODY a 00c j Y I pUITT a 1 MONONIOtS QjRW I Toe w t1 udkelyer sick or otbentlie C- oldU1CK and curio ibe Warsi C 1 II- No uplat iwi Narcotics Cure In ab s bourf CbeKentuckyRt il THURSDAY NIGHT DEC1- k 77- THEk T COMIC BOYS Dixon 4 Fields ri Supported by tho HighestSalaried- OB8tof Players Ever Offered in a Parcebomedy Present j 1 HANS ANe 7 rGIRLS NIXIIrUN I f A Comedy Translated from the Oer 1man whoso diction Is clean and bright and Its action rapid and snappy 0 While it does not depend on music- M 41d song to make tt a thoroughly W satisfying entertainment It has both ong and music alf speWally written and composed for this play and used only in It as Incidental fo Us laugh able stoVy A SUPERR SINGING COMPANY PRICES SWSc 35c BOc and 78c a ref y t s r Friday Night Dec 8MATT GRAU PRESENTS fi Rose Cecilia Shay V AND A b v Carefully Selected Company IN THE COMIC OPERA 11SUCCESSr PAUL JONES6- OPEOPLE60 ti LBeaufy ChorusCatchy Music tignc S3c 50c 7Gc f1 f150 Seals on unto Tlmisday 0 a ni K Matinee and Night Decembers 9th I Itobert fShennani Qrcat Comiody Drama ifMY FRIEND FROM r ARKANSAW Ah InKrcitluR Story of IlHinau Nature Introducing good up odato Special gin reke See the Great Mob Scene P Beo iie FHBny Conntiy Hoy See the Arkaasaw Farmer I 5 Finn Front IScKlmriiiK to tlDont Fall to See I- tt Price 3rMatliiMt children lOc AvJ Se yiaht 2s 33r 50c19 r p awl7bicllta oa saloiFrlday at 9 nwi-o iI= e G TI ilu eold cure that rtOM the work lu s dears tart Will jWHuike you lick Try It 1 VINI TODAY I1 t Rltk the 4 OE NEW TRUSTEE I A1- P TAKEN HIS SEAT J Beclienbsch Was Sworn ii at Last Nights Meeting Protective Rjlt ARnliutt the City For Part of the Bark Taxes Dofrrml I milEn BUSINESS TRANSACTED I Xao board of education flield its r suar flnettag flaet nlght WIth Trustees Wniiainspn Pitcher Potter Morrison SuUh kind Oallnhm Wai aboa said Davit ipr se t Tunisfcw ojoct P J BochoBlraibh evicted at tore lost election to fill out tho unexplTod twin of Lyourgna IWoe mae sworn in The November pay roMv amounting to 4299 and milBoeManeoua bills anftnintfng to IBTGM wore allowed Secretary Pltdhor was Instructed to pay ort a note An 6030 held try the ATttJrioanOcmKra National Irank forboorrowetLrmODOTher atlontptbug to cols tact from the city the schools per cont of track taxes and fines and for ifcltmrog was dlseussid and deferred until the now trustees tako their Boats Ai January The report of For mer Oily Clock Wo IL v iltterson shoVvihg aoout 1G000 due tram the city if the fldhool are entitled to a portion of the back taxes and fines and forfeitures was tiled away tern porartlYA nbatlon from Health Of fleer W T Gravos was received1 stag tag bhht It was the be flea of tine board of health ttoat every school 4jufldng Inside the sanitary sewerage districtt should be conmscted wltte tho sewerage Fied for future reference A colored meats named Tanner whose Bame wJH be recalled to com ne ttan wltih investigations to tbo colored souoota of Paducah a few years ago made complalt against 1rotE W Benton colored iprincl pal but it woo ignored as Tanner 1Is wt1 known and hIs only objecb Is said to be to cause trouble The questfon of avowing sling Shot and footbeM pTayed la the sahools was dlsoussed and referred to tho various prtnclpula to act as they dOm expedient Sumo of tile trustees were opposed to allowing either In tho echoals ae both are dawgorous to pupils- President Wllttamson wa8 eanpow orod to soil some old fcnekig about the schoal ropdrty on North This teenth street The iboaTdi l adjourn d to meet again Deoember 21st and allow eala rlos for Hie month so t4se toadhers may onjof Ohrtstmas Thetriel JVotss r I9p6r PADUOAH COMIdSBUS SONG II- TO I1E SITVO IN ISU8TEII- lUSOWN rP Mr HerlKtt Wnllerstelu 1is rapidly inukhiK n unino for him self in the iiiuslcul world with his fomiMwItloiis which IK very I gratifying to Iris friends Mr WnllcrwtelMV latest production IIn Mister Noon And those who have hC4trd it pronounce it excel Pent Jlr Wallersteln sent a copy of It to the Uuster Brown Co mid line a letter from innnnncr in which he states thoIIrv1111gt tho xnng on for the dare at the matinee his company 2 will ploy at tho Kentucky theatre 2 hero Monday afternoon of next week The song has been given to OIIQ of time principals and will also he sumpat time cy enlug pcrfonnancc II 4 A Flue Solo Mr Bert King the wellknown1 cor net virtuoso rendered rail excellent solo at The Kentucky theatre that night In the tntenmtaslon between Oho sooonld and third sets of The- Woman hater Mr King is owe of the best cornet players Af+ ho bas over been to Padu cah sod had boon oh tho coat for years prior to iris residence more His solo lest night whs ontitlcd Zeph yrs and atr Kings execution of the dilfllcult trtplo tongue passages was faultless 1 rot Deal lloader of the orchestra ihais Inaugurated solo features whlo11 wttl be oonttouod at all domas Iioro afterT- ime Wonmn Ilalrl Harry Beresford was seon at Tho Kentucky last night In The Woman Hater whlolt gave Batbfactlou to n gooiVizit find appreciative aud enc4 TliU well known comedian Ptiau A GREAT PHYSIOLOGIST Once Hald That tlio Way to Keep tlio Stomach HcnUliy Is to 1 Kxerctea It Hut Ho DM Not Tell How to Malta It Healthy Thq muscles of the body can fie developed by exercise Until their Strength has Increased manifold and a proper amount of training each day wIll accomplish this result but It Is somewhat doubtful whether you can Increase the dir stlve powers of the stomach by eating indigestible food In order to force it to work Nature has furnished us all with n perfect set of organs and If they are not abused they will attend to the business requlraorlhein They need no abnormal strength There Is a limit to the weight a mjth cahv lift and there IB also n liihlt to what the stomach can do The cause of dyspepsia Indigos Uqn and many similar diseases Is that the stomach has been exercised toomuch and it is tired or worn out Not exercise but rest Is what It needs To take something into the stomach that will relieve it from Its work for a short timesomething to dI- gest the foodwill give It a rest and allow it Umo to regain its strength The proper aid to the digestive or gans is Stuarts Dyspepsia Tablets which euro dyspepsia indigestion gas on the stomach and bowels heart burn palpitation of the heart and all stomach diseases Rest and Invigoration Is what the stomach gets when you use Stuarts Dyspepsia Tablets for one grain of the active principle in them is suf flcjent to digest 3000 grains of food The Tablets Increase the flow of gastric juice and prevent fermenta tion acidity and sour eructlons Do not attempt to stitrve out dys pepsia You need all your strength The common sense method Is to digest the food for the stomach and give it a rest Stuarts Dyspepsia Tablets do not make the cure but enable the organs to throw off unhealthy conditions Perfect digestion means perfect health for under these conditions on ly do the different organs of the bodywork right and receive the building up material found in pure blood Stuarts Dyspepsia Tablets are a natural remedy and are a specific for stomach troubles The ablest physl cians prescribe them The Tablets are pleasant to the taste and are composed of fruit and vegetable extracts golden seal and pepsinAt all drug stores 50 cents per package best He was first seen In The Wrong Me Wright then in The Professors Love Story and last season In Our New Man He has pretty much th4 same company he has had for several seasons all of them well selected Mr Deresford isa droll com lent actor and has already made a reputation in his line He has many friends Ju Paducah and was tender ed a warm welcome last night Ha received several cirltaln calls but did not tell a funny story Ho remember ed and when called on only smiled that dry smile of his and held up his fingers to the audience when It be came too Insistent A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Itching Piled BlMdiug Protruding Piles Druggists are authorized to refund money If PAZO OINTMKNT filli to cure In 6 to It dayi to cents DISPATCHERS OUT Learning the Xew Switches and Skiing 2Mr G Jk Shapherdson of Chicago Is working a trick at tho local I C dispatching offices In order that the local dispatchers go over the division to teami sidings switches etc It has been some time since the dis patchers mado a tour of tho dJvlsIor and one at a tim will go Dlspateh or Dennett is out now and wtU be fallowed by Dispatcher Harmon1 and later Dispatcher Ferguson REXALLIs every househo dt Why 1 Because it stand for every thiogthal tis lair and honeet and people are findlbg it out REXALL GOLD TABLETS Are honest If they dont cure your cold you get your money back You could not aSk for anything fairer Xrfceajc THE REXALLE STORE Fiurttjix BroidM KENTUCKY BOARD MAY BE DISRUPTED Distillers are After tho Under writers Association Will Beck tto have n Law Passed Uy Next LeRlwlattno Similar to Tennessee Statute THKV ALLEGE DISCltDIINATlOX The fight of the distillers of Ken tucky against the fire insurance fatew being charged by the Insarance com panies of the state has taken another turn with the announcemcnt made by several of the distillers that they will endeavorto have passed at the next legislature an nntlcomblno bill sl tnllar to that now In force In Tennes see says the Courier Journal This question has been discussed at some length by the distillers and clerks have been secured to compile figures showing the amount of loss to distillery property In Kentucky by flro during tho that ten years This table will bo used in evidence by the distillers In their effort to force the passage of such a bill The purpose of the bill which is now In process of construction tolll be to destroy the Kentucky Association of Fire Underwriters which It Is claimed makes tie rates on distillery property in Kentucky and which Is charged with making nnd collecting exorbitant and excessive rates for fire protection The distillers are confident tthat they can secure the pas sage of such a bill if they can secure a sufficient amount of tho necessary evidence Formation of tho plans to present an antl combine bill has resulted practically In the abandonment of tho piano for a mutual Insurance company composed pf the distillers According to tho resent plans of the distillers the proposed bill will embrace about the same requirements as are now in force In Tennessee The bill which was only recently adopt ed by tho Tennessee legislature does not permit the organization of a board of underwriters in the state for the purpose of fixing the insurance rates and males any conjunc tan k4 U lion of rates unlawful Believing that they can lower the insurance rates by placing the Insur ance companies In competition by such n measure the distillers will leave no stone unturned to secure the passage of the bill It will be drawn up in Louisville offices and the pre liminary sketch Is already Inn stage of preparation No effort to secure a legislator to Introduce it has yet been made but the distillers clalm that they will have ho difficulty in getting It before the body Agents for the insurance compa nies contend that distillery property Is one of the greatest risks they have to handle and do not believe the rates should be cut They claim that tho present rates are In perfect ac cord with tho fire losses and say that distillery property Is subject to unusual damage A small fire which would result In a loss of only a few hundred dollars In an ordinary build ing is liable they claim to cause damage amounting to thousands of dollars resulting from explosions SWELL WEDDING Took Place This Morning at Mil field Couple Came to Paducah Mayfield Ky Dec GTho wed ding of Miss Grace Darling Smith of this city daughter of Mr and Mrs It E Smith to Mr Drake Hyde of Nashville Tenn took place this morning at 10 oclock at time Cumber land Presbyterian church The bride worn a plum colored traveling gown Her sister Miss Ruth Smith was maid of honor and wore a white cloth costume Mr Evil Craig of Birmingham Ala was best man Tho ushers were McssrpRudy Mor row Walter Albrltton Bunk Gard per and John Davits of Mayfield Thobrldal party loft for Paducah to be guests of Miss May Davis until 230 oclock this afternoon when they will leave for their homo Jn Nashville Mss Davis will entertain them at luncheon THE HOQ LAW Will Go Into Infect Tomorrow in Me Cracken County Tho state law against ihogs running at largo goes Into effect In McCnack on county tomorrow by virtue of the vote of the people of tM county at the recent tfecllon Tho statutes proscribe that whop the Vole car rls in a county the state law boo comes effective In thirty days and the thirty days are now up It Is not expected that tho law which prohibits hogs toeing allowed to rust at large either In thQ country or town wjll tist irtijoft obnened until ttgwpet sorieslta Rudy Phillips teo 219223 BROADWAYt d 57 Jinx 57 57 Heinz 5IfI 1 s Varieties i VarietiessIDIEcII4i I CurtainsCurtains j Rugs SALE Rugs Linoleums iThursday Morning Linoleum 9 to 12 Oclock i We want you to do your shopping in the morning e P to avoid the afternoon rushso we have in augurated some morning speciaLsales and for j 1 Thursday offer the following r i 100 Lace Curtains 3 12 yards long 150 value M nn1 uuaper pair 6 9x12 Smiths1 ArfminsterI i Rug wortht 2500 slightlyI d 18SA- P I shop worn forw f 25 Smyrna Rugs 250 sizej slighly shop worn 1 75for wII 4r 15 remnants off Linoleums measuring from 5 to 12 yards worth from 50c to 65c to close atCt I 57zzHeinz= = z57 j f Varietiesyr Free fiemontrasion I Third Floor o- tt p I THE NEW JAIL tlILG UK MOST 1MPOKTANT MAT TIm 1IKFOKK FISCAL COUNT Settlement With Trea urer and Slier 1Iff Will Also Ho Mndtv i ira The meeting of fiscal court about December 20 will be a very important one as the county will then settle with the sheriff treasurer and sink- Ing fund commissioner The question of building a new jail will also come up and some sort ot a settlement is expected of itrIt is generally conceded that the county Is In need of a new Jail because of tho large cost of repairs av- ery year If for no other reason In addition however the Jail Is too small and Is entirely out of dateand very unsanitary It Is believed that Ian feasible plan for building a new jail Is presented fiscal court will con cur In it- Nothing has ever been 3ono about selling tho poor houso property and i erecting a new poor house although the county has another site for tho poor farm and county graveyard beyond Tyler In tho Clarks river sec Uon Tho poor house property would have been sold long ago If the county could have securest ttIle prlco It want ed The meeting this month of fiscal court is a special one the only regu mar sessions provided being In April and October Judge Llghtfoot said today that ho thought tho special Cession would bo called about Dec 18 A i Plttsburg woman has been caught cheating at N golf and her resignation from the club has been ca11elltorC1AIfQRlffii FINE SUITING AND PANTING J havo just received a large line of fine suiting and panting Now IB the timo to call and get asuit3nadtc- orrectly and reasonably Overcoats to order 2500 Suits to order 2500 Pants to order COO These goods aro all right vpto date and guarantee a lino fit 80IXMON The Tailor LIKE SuNSRV7- ifR4uy t I COMES DR BELLS- PINETARHONEY i 9 Ti the Weak and Weary CMghWirn LungsiNatures Remedy improved by science to a harmless pleasant positive cure COUGH LUNG and BRONCHIAL AFIECTIONS never linger In contact with this most natural and speedy cure CHEAP IMITATIONS popularityarc many cheap imitations on the market with similar sounding names but You LookingforAT ALL DRUGGISTS 25c SOc AND 5110 DOTTLES THE E E SUTHERLAND MEDICINE CO Paducah Ky Ifi Died nt Aurwiii hidl Mreare John and Chas Wannor left last night for Aurora Ind to attend tho funeral of their sister Sirs JLone Vovgdl who dlod of pneu monia ilrs Voojol wins tthirtyl years of ago nnd the wifo of Mr JAU1I1i Voc goh Besides her ihusftiand and par tots Mr urtJ Mrs iMlchacl Wann r of Aurora torn Raves two sisters timid two l rolhore hack tho tottTT of horo 1 I30th MIm John Wannor being tho Jowoter i Iat DroaJusuy and Fifth nnd onIu law of Mr Frank Klrclrhoff Mr Charles Wtunjor Is with the ICSrvhl holt balccrydleX tlJla college Springfield Mo Is the young ost American college president being tIn only 30 years oldtocn Ito who servos roll Js paid by Satan of the entire Quinine production of the World Ii consumedccry by makers the- o Laxativeq Bromo Quinine 111yerlIbUCure a Cold In onq Day n W OROVIiS signature on bozo NAOEL MEYER JJn JEWELERS Jan I anIi SITBCTIONS of JeWelry for Holiday Gifts must be right Quality Is all in all We have enjoyed the public conii fidence and patronage for ncafibaH a century and In cause quence have steadily increased our business until today we have the largest exclusive jewelry establishment In Western Kentucky With our superior buying facilities enables us to place prices on our goods which cannbt be duplicated with out saciificlng quality Thequality of our Diamonds are uu 1 surpassed Diamond RlugB 25 to 5QO Watches at prices ranging from 1SQ to lao x E ectric Lamps Cut Glass Silverware Sterling Toilet warentcA r MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED f 1 Ii v f ltrt V Ii r l 1 5tI rAG o Ttt1 wlmxlsnnrmClmmm- n DUaAtt E Tq SUNrpE JJq t hhB 4 I r I it tIt i J p r r IJwJcc41 1- r RFtOiV a CIII SIInmliQIIatttrgr II CENTS EACH 3 FOH AQUAMTCR OLUETT PEACODY A 00 Cilim tmttt OR IP IT80ett wdheyon lick or olhcrnUe Inconvenience you and wremthe Worst Cold QUiCKI1 N9Ul1atfl11q Narootlc OurM ln lxAitshoun r CbcKcntucky Telephone iife Y A THURSDAY NIGHT DEC I 7 THE COMIC BOYS Dixon 4 Fieldsi Supported by tho HighestSalaried Cast of Players Ever Offered in I a Farcebomedy Present i HANS AN I I GIRLS NIX IIrUN I A remedy Translated from the GOP man whoso diction Is clean i awl bright and Its action rapid and snappy While It does not depend on musk id song to make ft a thoroughly T satisfying entertainment it has both song and music all specially written timed composed tot this play and used only in it as Incidental to its laugh able story A SUPERB SINGING OOJHAN- FPnICTs25c t 35c BOc and 7Sc tar I Friday Nighti Dec 8MATT GRAU PRESENTS z Rose Cecilia Shayr AND A 1 S Carefully Selected Company IN THE COMIC OPERA SUCCESS t r PAUL JONESI 60PEOPLE60 Beauty ChorusCatchy Music Price 25c 33c BOc 70c fI f150 r Scats on Mba Thursday 0 n ni Matinee and Night Saturday December 9th Koburt Slienuani great Comiody Drums I r fti i MY FRIEND FROM i I ARKANSAW An IiiKTCktliiR Story of unman Suturey- lH roduciiis good upUodato Special x auks Ji See the treat Mob Scene Sec the FHnny Conntiiy Boy Seo tljp Arkaasair Fanner Fun From ItoglniriiiK to End Dont Fall to Seo It Priccws1latinlrtchildren lOc Atfuus e5c I lkitt 25 1 n1c YO- cxd 7G cent f3ea j oneah ll1trayat U a m ori lIc GRIPr Idcur that dee k In I hour mud +thll re you Mck Try STA1T SAVIMi roT II syk1 il tiwiUithfcov TJ ONE NEW TRUSTEE IBIS TAKEN HIS SEAT P J Bechenbach Was Sworn inI at Last Nights Meeting Prospective fHr1t Agalnttt limo Ctty For 1jirt of the flack Taxes Deferred OTUEli nUSIXBBS THAX8AOTED I Xuo board of education hold Its regular fliwettag Oast night with1 Trustees Wnilaraspn Pitcher Potter Morrison Sutherland OnHniw Wal stoa oadf iDuiyla present Tnusteio oicct P J Bochonlwidi eloclod at the last election to fill out the uncxptTod tnrm of Lyourigua IWoe rnrolo sworn in The Xovomber pay rolgi amounting to 4299 and imlsoejWaneous Grills antountfng to 27699 Were allowed Secretary Pltdhor was insinuated to pay off a note for C030 held by the ATOErfcanGcnnati National bnnk for boTrowedinonoy The ntterof ntUmpttog to col lock from the city the schools per cent of Mack taxes and tines and for ifeltiuroa was dlseussid and deferred until the sew trustees tako their Boats da January The report of For mor City Clerk W H v iltterson showing about 15000 due tram the ells If the schools are entitled to a portion of the back faxes and fines And forfeitures was filed a vy tem porarily A connniunltaatlon from Health Of ficer W T Graves was Nocehoo stating tihbt It was the beMet of the board of healthtthat every sdioo1 fbufldtag 4neld the sanitary sewerage district Btiouhi Jje connaaCted with tho eewer atge Filed for future reference A olored carry named Tanner whose name wiJl be recai d to con nectlan wlbb investtgatlons to the colored Gouoote of Paducalu a few years ago dade compkiit against Pvot E W Benton Co red iprlnci pal but it was Ignored as Tanner Is wiili 1 known and his only tfojocb Is said to be to cause trouble The quesWcra of aJowtog slingshot and footbaiJJ played la the sohodls was dlsoussed and referred to the various principals to act as they dOcTO expedient Some of the trustees were opposed to allowing either In the echools aa both are dfttvgorous to pupils- President Williamson was impow aboutrteenth street The board adjourntdi tomoot again December 21st and allow sala rba for the month so tree teachers may onjof Ohrtatmaa 1ltectriosctNofea Co I1DuI Mr llcrhett AVnllerstteln IIs 9J rapidly iiiakliiK a 11 nil 10 for himIj self in the musical world with his fompo ltioiis which IK vpryj I gratifying to his friends MM WnlleiMdnV Intent production IK Mister Moon and those who 3 J liavo heard It prtmounco it excel J j Jent M r WnlkTsteln sent n O inlay of it to tho taster Brotni t 111lUunajcrl 111 tre here Monday afternoon of ra week The hong hums been to ono of tho principals j IlIrltwill also bo Miqg nt tho cv Q performance A r II A Flue Solo Mr Bert King thro woflknown cornet virtuoso rendered am excellent solo at The Kentucky thoatre Cost night in the littonmfeslon botwoen the Booonid ant third acts of The Woman hater Mr Kins is one of the treat carnettt players who tons over itiotm to Padu cab and had boon oh time road for yir prior to his residence more Ills solo last night wits entitled ZopTi yrsand air Icings execution of the difficult tripto tongue passages was faultless Prof Deal loader of tho orchestra hat 1nHiiBiiral d solo features whloi wm be aojattnuod at all dramas we aftet Tho Woiniin Hntor Harry Beresford was seen at The Kentucky last night In The Woman Hater which gave satlgfacflon to n goadsizel nl and appreciative nudl encli This welt knows comedian t Aadd A GREA PHYSIOLOGIST Once Bald That the AVny to Keep the Stomach Healthy Is to Kxcrclso It Hut lip DM rat Tell new to Mnko It healthy Tho muscles of the body can be developed by exercise until their Strength has Increased manifold and a proper amount of training each day will accomplish this result but it is somewhat doubtful whether you can increase the digestive powers of the stomach by eating indigestible food In order to force It to work Nature has furnished us all with a perfect set of organs and It they aro not abused they will attend to tho business required of them They need no abnormal strength There Is a limit to the weight a loanl can lift and there is also a habit to what the stomach can do The cause of dyspepsia Indiges tion and many similar diseases Is that the stomach has been exercised too much and it is tired or worn out Ndt exercise but rest is what It needs To tako something Into the stom ach that will relieve It from Its work for a short timesomething to dl gent the toodwlll give It a rest and allow it time to regain its strength The proper aid to the digestive or gans is Stuarts Dyspepsia Tablets which cure dyspepsia Indigestion gas on the stomach and bowels heart burn palpitation of the heart and all stomach diseases Rest and InvIgoration Is what the stomach gets when you use Stuarts Dyspepsia Tablets for one grain of the active principle In them Is sufficient to digest 3000 grains of food The Tablets Increase the flow of gastric juice and prevent fermenta tion acidity and sour cructlons Do not attempt to starve out dys pepsia You need all your strength The common sense method Is to digest the food for the stomach and give Ha rest Stuarts Dyspepsia Tablets do not make the cure but enable the organs to throw off unhealthy conditions Perfect digestion means perfect health for under these conditions on ly do the different organs of the body work right and receive the building up material found in pure blood Stuarts Dyspepsia Tablets are a natural remedy and are a specific for stomach troubles The ablest phys Clans prescribe them f Tho Tablets are pleasant to the taste and are composed of fruit and vegetable extracts golden seal and pepsin At all drug stores GO cents per package best He was first scon In The Wrong Mr Wright then In Tho Profes sors Love Story and last season In Our New Man He has pretty much the same company he has had for several seasons all of them well se lected Mr Beresford is a droll com cal actor and has already made a reputation in his line He has many friends In Paducah and was tender ed a warm welcome last night Ha received several cirVtaln calls but did not tell a funny story Ho remember ed and when called on only smiled til at dry smile of his and held up his fingers to the audience when It be came too Insistent A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Itchlur Blind BlMdiuR Protruding Plies Druggist are authorized to relund money It PAZO OINTMKNT UIU to cure In 6 to It days Iio cents DISPATCHES OUT Learning tho New Switches and Sid- Ing air O J Shapherdson of Oh cago Is working a trick at the local I C dlspatdUng offices In order that the local dispatchers go over the division to roam sidings switches etc It has been some time since the dls patdhors made a tour of tho dMsIof and one at a tin will go Dl9pat cli or Bennett Is out now and wilt be followed by Dispatcher Harmon and later Dlapatdner Ferguson REXALL Is now a familiar word In every househo d Why everythiogthatI and people ate findlbg it outREXALL COLD TABLETS Are honest If they dont cure your cold you get your money back You could fairerPrlce25C THE REXALLX STORE Fourth and Broadway KENTUCKY BOARD MAY BE DISRUPTED Distillers are After the Under writers Association Will Seek to have n Law 1nsswl By Next Legislature Similar to Tennessee Statute T1IKV ALLEGE DISCIUMIXATIOX The fight of the distillers of Ken tucky against tho ere Insurance rate being charged by the Insurance com panies of the state has taken another turn with tho announcement made by several of the distillers that they will endeavorHo have passed at tho next legislature an anticombine bill al tullar to that now In force In Tennes see says the Courier Journal This question has been discussed at somo length by tho distillers and clerks have been secured to compile figures showing tho amount of loss to distillery property In Kentucky by fire during the last ten years This table will be used in evidence by the distillers In their effort to force the passage of such a bill The purpose of tho bill which Is now in process of construction Will be to destroy tho Kentucky Associa tion of Fire Underwriters which It is claimed makes trio rates on distillery property In Kentucky and which Is Charged with making and collecting exorbitant and excessive rates for fire protection The distillers are cdn fident tint they can secure tho pas sage of such a bill If they can secure a sufficient amount of the necessary evidence Formation of the plans to present an anticombine Wit tans resulted practically in tho abandonment of tho piano for a mutual insurance company composed pf the distillers According to the resent plans of willIembrace about the same requirements as are now in force In Tennessee Tho bill which was only recently adopted by the Tennessee legislature does not permit the organization of n- iboard of underwriters In tho state i for the purposo of fixing the Insur conJuncvI tlori of rates unlawful Believing that they can lower the insurance rates by placing the insur ance companies In competition by such a measure the distillers will leave no stone unturn + d to secure the passago of the bill It will be drawn up in Louisville ounces and the pre liminary sketch Is already In a stage of preparation Xo effort to secure a legislator to Introduce it has yet been made hut the distillers claim that they will have ho difficulty in getting it before the body Agents for the insurance compa nies contend that distillery property is one of the greatest risks they have to handle and do not believe thejj ratesshould be cut They claim that the present rates ore In perfect ac cord with the fire losses and say tha distillery property Is subject to unusual damage A small fire which would result In a loss of only a few hundred dollars in an ordinary build- Ing Is liable they claim to cause damage amounting to thousands of dollars resulting from explosions SWELL WEDDING Took Pluto Tills Morning nt Muyflcld Couple Cuma to Paducah 1 Mayfleld Ky Dec GThe wed ding of Miss Grace Darling Smith of t this city daughter oj Mr and Mrs II E Smith to Mr Drake Hyde of Nashville Tenn took place this morning at 10 oclock at tho Cumberland Presbyterian church The bride wore a plum colored traveling gown Her sister Miss Ituth Smith was maid of honor and wore a white cloth costume Mr Evil Craig of Birmingham Ala was best man The ushers were MessrpRudy Mor row Walter Albritton Bunk Gard ner and John Davl of Mayfleld Thobrldal party loft for Paducah to be guests of Miss May Davis until ti I 9 230 oclock this afternoon when they will leave for their homo in Nashville Miss Davis will entertain them at luncheon I THE HOG LAW Will Go Into Effect Tomorrow In Mo Crnrkrn County The state law against ihogs running at largo goes into effect in McCrack on county tomorrow by virtue of tho of vote of the people of tM county at t tho recent tfeellot Time slutuloa prescribe that when1 tho volo carOrl s In a county the state row bo comes effective In thirty days and tho thirty days are now Up It la not expectedlt1iat tho law which prohibits kegs being allowed to run at Barge elliher in the country jor town wjll Us iiiQctjl 1 observed until taw pordolia hayf n I 0 I I Rudy Phillips Co 219223 BROADWAYI 5 57 Heinz 57 57 Heinz 57- I1 I Varietiesii drftlfSSPECIAL CurtainsCurtainsRugs j pALoI Rugs I Linoleums Thursday Morning Linoleums OclockIWe wantyou to do your shopping in the morning 0 v to avoid the afternoon rushso we have in s auguratedsome rfII morning special sales and for Thursday offer the following l 100 Lace Curtains 3 12 yards long 150 value lOOper pair e 6 9x12 SmithsI Atfminsteri Rug worth 2SkOO slightly i850 r shop wornI for L I 25 i i 75forI 15 remnants of Linoleums measuring ffrom 5 to 12 yards 35cworth from 50c to 65c to close at jai t 57z= x57uVarieties Free Demontrasion I Third Floor 11 THE NEW JAIL ffI- SILI UK MOST IAIPOltTANT MAT Tim HKFOHB FISCAL COUUT It SllKiiiiMit With Treasurer and Slier in Will Also Ho Mntllv Ir+itt The meeting of fiscal court about December 20 will be a very Important one as the county will then settle with the sheriff treasurer and sink ing fund commissioner Time question of building a now jail will also come up and some sort of a settlement IIs expected of ItIIt Is generally conceded that the county is In need of a new Jail bo cause of the largo cost of repairs cc ery year If for no other reason In addition however the Jail la too small and Is entirely out of dateand very unsanitary It is believed that It any feasible plan for building a now Jail Is presented fiscal court will con cur in it- Nothing has ever been done about selling the poor house property and erecting a new poor house although the county has another site for the poor farm and county graveyard be yond Tyler In the Clarks river sec lion The poor house property would have been sold long ago if the county could have securedl the price It wanted The meeting this month of fiscal court is a special one the only regu lar sessions provided being In April and October Judge Llghtfoot said today that ho thought the special session would bo called about Dec 18 A PIttsburg woman has been caught cheating at N golf and her resignation from the club has been called for i FINE SUITING AND PANTING I have just received a large line fine suiting and panting Now itsI the tJme to call and get a suit made correctly and reasonably to order J2500 Suits to order 2500 Pants to order 000 These goods Oho Alt right upto dater and guarantee a fine fit gOrX MON The Tailor Lllt irsorts UftACOMES DR BELLS- PINETARHONEY r To the Weak and Weary Ciugh Worn Lungs Nature Remedy improved by science to a harmless pleasant positive cure COUGH LUNG and BRONCHIAL AF1 ECTIONS never linger in contact with this most natural and speedy cure Ii CHEAP IMITATIONS popelarity are many cheap imitations on tthe market withsimilar sounding names but You LookingforAT ALL DRUGGISTS 25c SOc AND lI BOTTLES THE E SUTHERLAND MEDICINE co Paducah KYIU I Pltil nt Aurora led iMussra John anti Cons Wanner toft last night for Aurora Ind JLo attend tho funeral of hair sister Mrs Lena VovgdT who died of pneu monlaMrs Yoogcl was UiJity years of ago andl tho wife of Mr JainM VOC gal Besides her fflutfband and par outs Mr artji Alrs Michael Wanner of Aurora tflio Ileaves two sisters andl two brobhors botilr the tattrr of hero 1 I30tht tilt John Wannor being tho Jowoter at HroaJiwey and Fifth and eoninJJ law of Mr Frank Klrchhoff Mr Charles Wunnor 1 Is with tho 1lOroh hoff bakery J K Klrbye president of Drury college Sprlrigflcld Mo Is the youngest American college president being t only 30 years old lie who servos self Ja paid by Mon ol the entire Quinine production of the World la consumed evtryyeir nrkchr oi Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets 1ICure a Cold In One Day a w GROVES iljtnituro on box 25o i NAGEL c MEYER e JEWELERS lJ SELECTIONS of Jewelry tor Holiday Gifts must be right In all We have enjoyed the public confidence and patronage for n Jfiy half a century anti In conse quence have steadily increased our business until today we have the largest exclusive jewelry establishment in Western Kentucky With our superior buying facilities enables us to place prices on our goods which cannot be duplicated with out sacrificing quality The quality of our Diamonds are un surpassed Diamond Rings 25 to spo Watches at prices ranging from 1AO to ifllflO a E eckrlc Lamps Cut Glass Silverware Sterling Toilet ware Etc v MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED h d rid FT rI I yTicket f i toPaducahPaducahBack anThis store has adopted I the policy of refunding the amount of your Round Trip Ticket when you come to Pa ducah and deal with us Write us for informa tlon or1PNhen you start to Paducah buy a round- trip ticket and- COME TO- HARBOURS r Department Store n r i ff Detroit Doc GIEva Tan uny tho Sambo Girl Is agrndpaa darl Ing The real teatiiro of Wie show 41t Mho Lyceum Theatre this week corn tSrcd In one ot tho stage boxes There 4 at swig performance tat lF C Have meycr of Xow York the wealthy ro I tired sugar magnate who for nearly s j itwp years Tiaa hardiy mlsred a per tbrmanoiOf that UdaJleof nonsense I 6Wtn an eah ov nlns dignified filth Sd iy1oalilt s wvh white hair this heirs and n huge fur overcoat Ha r was not placed thoset by an cntxn rls r fn3rTMin3siiment for the purpose of jiinkthg any GooGpo song more ircallsWc Ho mme each ulgiht trff lilt e 4ifwn tnc onlF and bought fho ont rq box Mr Havemoyor arrived ln4hocity p 4a ttd1leslnafag of aro week nt tlie a9 camo time as the company MrI I f itHuwmojer becainl n fcnrui anti fa iStar flsuw aOoiit thft Lyceum 1U wanted Ito make mends with etioy ono Before hv left it lt eaW ho tad dltrtbutud several presents in the shape of vaViiabt Jewels IEvery jnrtrtbor of tlja company nl tnost has received Jow ls or fIOmc 1 thlnff else from him told a fhcatrlc itu man The treasurer and manngT of The Sambo Gnil are wearing lino pins and won ootlles11te been Sunday ownlnj Mies Tanguay was In ono o flier norx us 4nntrums At the close of the performance she was TetoWei serernl tlme nail George lioaryutree come was at tho 8v4tchlboard niimhiig r the ciiirtaln His iroeinogomenit did nol suit Mlsa Taivsiuy and silo for 1 do the stage in a nt of hysterics Af l ter Vile had tomowJhat eioco tired she you 1 years shouted henryn rage and Ive stood all of this sort of thing Im going to quit Saturday night 1i Then Miss Tanguny Grow panltant dlandthe next day Henry was wearing ox n fine nw overcoat and had piomls 11 tdl to stay In flsnt eho a wonder though tio old man frequently said Its martin velous how the changes those cos to tfumes so quick y and then ho would as iaurxh into aa elaborate oxpnton off Just how Eva eoatrlvri to iinake n 1 LII Wall only that of a father On u V TP A V U This store has madd big for December selling We offer the public the best values the choicest goods and largest selections in eachOf l a many departments from which to choose A great sale of Cloaks Suits Furs Shirt Waists Dress Goods Gloves Umbrellas Notions Undenv L Hosiery Millinery Staple Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Etc Come see compare and you will buyyCIOA KH WOMHNM SI1 I S S K S rlMMmKVH AND INFANTS We nro Maiklntg the most merito rlous lllBI rtay In Paducah Showitog 1nlll1 othora combined WeI ImorOihm to see Unl possibilities of garment department sumo of tho blffgost opportunities of the season we here for December celling Tho atticsI nro fho most charming creations of tho foremost tnPors and the prices nre prices that piriach real economy wthwv compared with iho onankot uue of the cloth out of which they ore mntlo At H00 we nro showing past assortment of Imrulsomo styles for woiniln There are oheaper ones nnd If1iI Store THE SAMBO GIRL HAS ft MADE QUITE A KILLING concealed4th presented edicta tflsbtaidOJti 4horougitb doLI1aprtay whiteti Great Holiday Bargain Sapreparations Harbours Department mass was penSstomt declared that 1 It was onya platonic ftilendslrfp 1 believe Havemoyer lieu spent thousands of ddJtars raid anotiliot rheas rical man wiho 11 ls ramlllnr with the invTesting situation Ho has been Infatuated Mchi AHss Twnguay forneariy two years and I dont be here tint In nit that time he has n sscd ninny performances Miss Eva Tacsraaj tJio Sambo Girl was at tho Kentucky tlhirntro rijool Jaauajy 25 1905 and gave n pnrfciimanco that was Intccaoiy pleas Ingtoouol theatre goers noUwlth Etnndlng oho feir h crltiotaine that had preceded tho company relatSv to MimI Tanguays Idlojywerasles1 SliD DEALEUS WuiiLtltaGovrruiucut to Stop Erie DLtribiitlon of Seed Wttrennteni Dec CThirtyI of thc leading setnldealer of the cOlin cry have ecot Iroshteuil Roosevelt I petition prototfMnij against the free ItstribuiCon of seeds foy members of congress and urging him to iluchidp n hlff msBSaiso a JmmUph dlraip firovlng tibo present practice and roc onrmendlcis that only the latent ot the original act nijthorlztog wed dill trtbutlon bo tho future policy This Intent the potltion says was hot thr seals soiOd be obtained train inmate corners of the earth atlll- bo imlcnoftTi to the poapa of isms purpose of IwaonSlms Wio wealth of tho nation Tho 1petition tillcers that the tires ont practice sn grievous rcWrahit of trade and that the Untied States slDould aboleih the practice ns unfair as n class legislation nnUiigon teticall so againstn bran fli of comniorce un- becomIng a gn at glvornmCtltI Ilonicsccken Evcurslons On November 21 and December C and 19 1905 tho Illinois Central Railroad company will sell first class round trip tickets at greatly re duced rates to points in Colorado Indian Territory Kansas Louisiana Missouri Nebraska New Mexico Oklahoma South Dakota Texas Wyoming Mexico Michigan Mississippi Arkansas and other territory Tickets will be good for twentyone 21 days to return J T DONOVAN Agent Paducah Ky- G C WARFIELD T A Union DeI potL there nro higher ones but tho 11 assortment IB so fuCt and compfloto that we feel like talking about it t the exclusion of ail others There1 aro too many ln thl groat nfcsort mcnt to tell you about them in detail Come mid nook them ovon freely JHILDHRNM CIXUKS AflKS 010II YKAItS- Thero amt none In thc city to nom paro wlifih trireme of such excellent quaSlty and pretty styles ut ouch llt ifo prices 185 225 295 350 4 450 and 475 oath puns SPECIAL 1ItICKI row Never before had we so many Furs for D bembw Belling We have ILLINOIS CENTRAL MAKES CHANGES In Its Freight and Commercial Departments fho New Train Schedule Will Co Into Effect About Dec 10 Tito lhllllltell ii C IS nilOWlNfi IIAPIDLY The change In the passenger ser vice on tho Illinois Central Is sched lied to go Into effect Dec lp In addition to the regularservice m the Southern lines from Evnnsvlllo s new train will leave Evansvlilo at t 250 p m for Nashville nnd Inter nedlate connections at Princeton Cy for Paducah Cairo Memphis ii New Orleans The tlriio from Ev tnsvlllo to Memphis will be nine mum and forty minutes under the sew service I The Nashville Flyer will leave Ev insvlllo at 110 a in arriving av fashvlllo at 8 a m It will bo com osed of buffet library cars diners leepers and chair cars The present trains on the South ern division will continue to run to lopklnsvlllo as at present with per taps slight changes In the schedule On tho Northern division train No J24 now leaving Evansvllle at 730 i m will leave at 720 a m train No 242 a mixed train heretofore tad leaving Evnnsvlllo at 525 p m will leave ht 5 p m and will be a hat class passenger train arriving it Mattoon at 930 p m Tho midnight flyer to Chicago will cave Evansville at 125 a m A lo al Chicago sleeper on this train will 8 open for occupancy at the Union Passenger Station Fulton avenue and Ohio streets at 9 p m These schedules have been announ ed but It Is possible that slight chan ges In time may have to be made vhen the changes go Into effect That the Illinois Central Is planning a network of its lines over the south Is further strengthened by the oport that a company has been or wnlzed to build a railroad from Jack Jon Tenn to BIrmingham Ala AA M Ailed who Is agent for the 1111 iota neutral at Jackson Is the vice resident of tho company that will build the now lino which Is to tap the rich Iron fields of the south The fact of Mr Allen being an official of U t 1 BenefittWe Tell You About i Our Doll Sale December 7th 8th and 9th r Next Thursday Friday and Saturday to R e3F 14 inch jointed French Bisque Doll sleeper 3 days only at 25c well worth SOc P 14 inch Kid Body Bisque Doll 3 days only at 20c well worth35c We have Dolls of all kindsBisque Dolls Kid Dolls Dressed Dolls China Dolfs Etc i Dont forget our Chinaware sale continues until December 9th HARBOURS BOOK DEPARTMENT 4Seethe Big French Jointed Bisque Doll to Be Given Away Christmas Day 1 y lJ1 r =LLY k FcvXJYdA ra4YaakaCu 4it priced thorn low Wo do not put exorbitant prices on furs simply be cause so fow people know their value that wo could safely deoelvvthem In to paying too much If you IMO a fuci want romo and zoo us nHAW YMA III SKIRTS Dot ween five hundred and a thousand skirts mostfy womens but doz ens for misses also are taro for this December sale Tho styles are right tho pitces aro right and there is nothing to do hut conic and soucl what you want THE ItlGflEST IIAIIOAINS OF THE- SKASON IN DIIESS GOODS AND SILKS Beautiful ICinflh snits In blacks II the new company and at the sam time In the employ of the Ilflnol- Central Is suggestive that tht 1111 nols Central Is at the oottoin of the movementIt that work on the proposed lino will be begun as soon as possible Tho distance between Jackson and Birmingham Is about 200 miles The construction of this ono will give tho Illinois Central a direct lino from Chicago and St Louis Onto the heart of tho south It o a well known fact that 1111no- 1Central officials have been trying to get Into Alabama for many years Only a few days ego the Illinois Cen tral ran its first train into Nashville and on December lOa through fast passenger train service will bo open 3d between Chicago said Nashville Numerous changes are being made in tho freight and commercial de partments of the Illinois Central R Ucompany whch have been brought Vbout largely by the acquisition of he Tennessee Central rallroadwhlch rives the Illinois Central entry into Nashvllle Along with theso changes omes the announcement that a fast passenger CrajHiHerylce wjll bo lnaug urated on December 10 between Chi ago and Nashville Thla train will some In competition with the Louis vale and Nashville train from Chi ago to the south known an the Dixie Flyer The fast Illinois Cen sal train will leave Chicago at 5 p in dally arriving In Nashville the next morning IllinoisCentralJi work on the line between vans rille and Hopklnsvllle preparatory or running heavy and fast trains over tho division Effective now the office ot William inith Jr assistant general freight sgent of the Illinois Central was ransferred from Evansvllle Ind to ashvllle Tcnn Other appointments vo nn follows- J D Convery commercial agent Evansvllle Ind W U Wood contracting freight gent Evansville Ind E J Dowdall assistant commer cial agent St Louis Mo J It Duckworth contracting freight agent St Lculs J L Durrett commercial agent Nashvllle Tenn W D Ilyari contracting freight agent Nashville Tenn C L Chase traveling freight agent with office at Nashville Tenn Industrial Opportunities A now folder giving concise Infor mation regarding Industrial open lugs along the Chicago and North western railway with particulars as to factory buildings and desirable sites available for Immediate use and other Information of much val ue to manufacturers seeking new locations There are hundreds of splendid openings for manufacturers jobbers and retail dealers In territory reached by the worth Western line This folder contains a full descrip tlon of several Important extensions of the North Western line that open some of the finest territory in tho west Free on application to N M BREEZE General Agent 436 Walnut St Cincinnati 0 lirotlicrs Meet After 4IS Years Springfield 0 DQC 5 Separated In slavery 42 years ago In Lnclede county Mo Henry Linden and Le ander Duncan twin brothers met hero Sunday They wore brought to gether by a Springfield man who saw Duncan In Detroit ills home and mla took him for Linden because of a striking resemblance It is queer that when a glfl has tunny hair she seldom has that kind ot disposition v Jit tc solid colors changoatlo and fancies at 1 a yard Wo have narrower silks at lower prices 54Inch Broadcloth and Cheviot Serges of unusual merit at 1 a yard Another supply of Henriiittas Mohair Serges Melroso and Shadow Chocked SuWtogs have been rood ved for this Holiday Sue Tho latest rlvolirtlonA In McCalla stylish patterns at 15c nro now on tho way BEAUTIFUI MILL1VKIIY Lovely trlnwnod and tmtrimmcJ Hats for December selling The Jo tes prettiest smartest qiul most captivating styVs shapes and con NUMBERINGI I THE RURAL MAIL BOXES A Great Many People Said to Misunderstand IntIster Under Advisement tit Washington iDECISION IS TJXIECTKD SOOX Washington Dee 5It appears from many proteSts not being received at the postofllco department that through misrepresentation or mlsundenstandlng aw unwarranted consUaictlon is hang Pjaced upon the departments action In ordering that boxes of patrons on rural free delivery routes be numbered It Is being representWii jtoTumh potions that tie depoi tea nt proposes to 3iave thorn abanijon the trso ot their names and have all of their mush oddresad to whom by box number only which was never lateadod or even suggested Tho purpose of having rural mall boxes numbend was to obviate wrong delivers when substitutes not familiar with the location of patrons boxes were employed and In cases wbee a number of families or prirsorrs of ttoo same surname with almijar initials were patrons of rural free delivery at tho same once For the purpose of aiding fn the correct delivery of mall anatto on rural routes carriers are required to keep a rotor of persons cecolv Inig mall on their routes sad by assigning a nuirtbor to the box towhSteh each patron receives mail a substi tutu carrier tan wndlly Identify the box of the patron oven thoughho- ma not have previously known the residence of the patron or the boat lion of Ihls box whore thom aro a number of families of the sumo sur name by adopttog thou box number as Part of the address placed upon their anvil matter they ensure a mor prompt and aocuuato delivery In connection with the numbering of rural mall boxes It was proposed to extend to the patrons of rura frog delivery tho same privilege now accorded to the ibex holders lu vocal postofllcos towlt That mall addressed to mwply tho number of a box may bo delivered to the holder thereof so long as no ilmpropor or unlawful business Is conducted In that way Thla imattor however has not boon fuilily dobartnined It being under consideration by the iposfcmiaston general lu conjunction wUh piotosta ifrom business interacts which wjprcuTjjt that each an order gives to mall order business an unduo advantage and Is a detri mon to looall retail business Inter ests To UFO FliiKer Print System New York Dec C Ponce Commissioner McAdoo lire decided that ha will Introduce the French Imprint system of Identifying criminals In tho Now York police department and has announced that for this purpose De tectlvo Sergt James Faurot will shor tly leave fqr Paris where ho wJIl spend two months studying the meth ods now followed throughout France Sergt Faurot Is In charge of the Her Ilion measurement systems at head quarters and Is an expert In that tine This rough world makes short work ot nil veneer virtues s t colts at our Famously Low Prices mny be had hero during tWjs holiday Sale A lUG SALE OF CLOTHING MKNH AXD BOYS SUITS AND OVERCOATS ALL SPECIALLY PltlCBD- Uwprecedented bargains In Mens suits at G C J750 950 and J1250 each- TIlllpreoodQnted bargains In mens Oiircoats at 5 C60 750 850 and 10 Wo have lust received a big stook of unprecedented bargains In Carters celebrated extra heavy unionmade railroad overalls and Jumpers at 1NorthI Ilopklnsvlllo Tobacco Market HopldnsvlJle Ky Des GTIle montMy report of the tobacco Inspec tors showing th3 comparative figures of this year and last tiasJbeen Issued It shows that tho market this year was nothing like as good as last year receipts showing a decrease ot about 1500 hhds sales a decrease iof nearly 0000 lihds rand Shlpmcnts i la decrease of wbou t 2 C 00 Jihds The comparative figures are as follows 1005 1004 Receipts for year 9CC5 4285 Receipts for month 70 Salts for month 6980 541 Sales for year 7030 13574 Shtpmentsformonth 411 760 Shipments foryear 12977 15074I Stock on sale H 2107 891 Stock sold n 529 1361 i Stock on hand 2090 2262 Clarksvlllo Market Olarksine Teon Dec STho reotipts in the local tobacco imarket In November were 225 hogsheads salog 1 91 5 dssMpmentsI 2588 hogsheads total stooko Dee 1 3780 hogeheadg of which buyers held 500 hogsheads and selteifs 3190 hogshtmde The rocefpts last week wore 3 Slogs 1 I 150 a suit worth 2 AU 04 lengths 7 MANY SPECIAL SHOE BAII N FOIl TJIB HOLIDAY SAJ 1 t Dar alrms for limo little foikay4 glWa for boys for womender tt menu We are trying to til ibis t shoo business on nil the merit bio that can bo put Into shoe MEttar7 nt certain fixer popular prta i f6f shoes We aro doing our Jey4yl taitv In the buying to make It to yt sir Iii A barest to come to thla stferofor a MI Wo aro ready to oneot your vjrijs a4j nearly as ilt Is possible for us ii1 We are carryings a Wg stock l celebrated La France eha + for en nt 3 and 3 +50 a pair fi leeds offerings on the hotheads Total satts 4 heads nearly all sold by the 1 tion as usual privateIs now flowfing In1 a steady to the country which Is a at the planters and merchants I t There Is at last a good s aoson and Unless jcotd S cornea deliveries will soon be Hho prlzora i 4TheLow lugs tt- s Common hugs 425cMedium lugs 4 M Rood lugs i 6 9 Law Teat IIsaCommon loaf fi tM Medium leaf vwij dti1 tee Useless Hook Agents 3 sell you this little volume MK1U1 College Sports Farmer Offfat Dont want to hear Wht C f about them My son Hiram liwi ut ta JjM Vm- leil out to be acoliege spetw Is as useless as a scarecrOwu cage Dally Newss rJUcelllvl11eMd rta urroitlfl 9i of Italy J There are many peope who woud be I able to 1 f SAVE MONEY r 1 i rh t iiff theyd only make a start Its easy e rl for anybody to make a good start by fopening an account with us iOQll will start you at this bank We pay f 4 Per Ct INTEREST jJjJI per annum compounded semiannually r1 t t- I J I Sr r Mechanics and q Farmer SavingsBank ij 227 Broadway r t f 1 ttIThere is No Disputing the Fact That Our Jj F Shoe Department w 1j M1 Covers more representative MAKES than 3tf t any other house in the city namely t Ite 1 The James A Banister and theII o Ever Popular Stacy Adamsml These goods represent the very acme of SHOEDOM B WEILUE SO l lfdC 4f t Free 9 Ticket to Paducah and Sack This stotc has adopted the policy ofrefunding the amount of your Round Trip Ticket when you come to Pa- ducah and deal with us Write us for lofornta tlon or when you start to Paducah buy a tound trip ticket and- COME i TO- HARBOURS Department Store t Detroit Doc 61n Tatxguay tho Samoo Girl 1 Is a vrorina darl ing Tho real feature of the dhow oft Eo Lyceum Theatre this week ron trod in one of the etago boxes Thereat crwry iwrformtinoo ml F C Have meyer of Now York the wealthy re tired sugar magna who for nearly i 3fO years has hanq mlswd a iwr tbrmano of that baaJllc of monsonso The ambo Olrl Half conttcalod 1 lia mina the cutcain of tho box rot the oldtinan oath evening dignified filth gMyoaklnz wivh while hair wWs kim and a iliugo fur overcoat Ho 4Ionsnot placid the eby em ontcrprls- Ihofnianagoment for the purpose of lmaking any GooGoo song more iMKillsHc Ho came each mhf5tt off hit jwnactorl and bought t1io ontlrq hexMr ramo time as the company MrI Ha wm jer becam n gonrttlnnd fa iwiltar flgilfoatwiit ihft LicinimHt anted 4o make frJomln with etisr one Ileforo ho1 loft It Ilt said ho had illAtrlbuted Merat proeenta in the shape of vahiabl Jewote IEvery anwivber of tJh comwfaf al- attestI hoe recolveil Jots or tome LbJiiS elf0 horn data wild a tSwatrlc iiO man Tho treaaurer and manager of Tho Sambo Gml are wearing firio pins and even oUAhca 1mvo been 1recn tod Sunday ovrnHn Miss Tiinguay was In one o fhor nOVlIS tantrums At the close of tHie iper formanto eho was reoaWeil several Umce anUC orge Hoary Uio1 come dian was at tho switchboard rung tho curtain Ills imawagamcnit film not suit Is Tangfjuj and fcho tel 40 tmho stage In a Itt of hysterics Af ter tfao had eomowSut DOQxired she approached Hriwy aril i brafdod hint Ivo been with you for tour years shouted Henry lu trose and Ivo stood alt of this sort of thing Pm going 4o quit Sahmlay night Then Miss Tawguay grow penltant and the next day Henry was Wiearltiij u fine niMv ovorcoat and had proms td to stay Vlsat tho a wonder though the old man frequently said Its mar velour how tJio changes Ihofo cos tumes so qulckJy and thon hoe would oIt11nhhrh Into nn nhthoretn 11C11wt1lt1 un off Just how 1 Era oantrlvr to make n qulok change Ho stmdnntdl itihorough lyI sincere In his admlratilon and do r clarod that hs Intorest In Miss Tan iruywas only that of a father On 1tho other ilmwl Mlsa Taugimy wlillo not concoaHnig mho fort that thi old p A Great Holiday Bargain S4Lrr This store has made big preparations for December selling We offer the public the best values the choicest goods and largest selections in each oftjt many departments from which to choose A great sale of Cloaks Suits Furs Shirt Waists Dress Goods Gloves Umbrellas Notions Under t Hosiery Millinery Staple Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Etc Come see compare and you will buy l d CLOAKS WOMKVHI MISSI I IK 8 CIIILDRKVS AND INFANTS Wo nro mailcln the most imcrltc rJoiiB dlnjijay In IViducah Showing moro than till others combined Wo Invlto you to ROO UirJ possibilities of our ready made garment department somo of tho biggest opportunities of tho season Ufo I hero for Uicembor soiling Tho styles are the most oharmlns creations of tho foremost tar ors and the prices lire iprken that pmntslv real economy when compared with the market u lIe of tho sloth out of which they Ire made At HjOO wo are allowing a great assortment of handsome styles for wornim There arc cheaper ones andI I Harbours Department I HASI cityJi maw was POI ntont declared that it was only et platonic ffttend hUp 1 believe Havemoyer has ejient tihouwndu of dottarfi rood another theatrical man wilio Is familiar with fhe 4nt Testing slluatlon Ho line been Infatuated vfitSht Miss Tangnav for nearly two Stars and I dont believe that hi alt that time ho Jmas niiascd ninny performances MlM Eva Tamguay the Saanbo CUrl wo8 at tho Kentucky tBirntre ciioui January 25 1905 sad gave n imrfct inanco that wars Intenaoy pleas Ingtoour theatre goers noliwitn standing the tereh criticisms that had preceded the company relatSvr to ttia Tamguay Idiosyncrasies SHKI hhtllslt5tV- uIIL1hltL1in1erIIIueltt to Stop Krco lltrlbiitlon of Sect1 Miaffctostoia DccGThfrt3 of thrle3dlco seeddeakjrs of the coun tfy have seat PraaHfinit Roosevelt o petitionr protecting ngain the tree dtetrtbutCon of seeds ibj members of congress auU urging lilm to include n Ills nmsngo a parai3aph dlraip firovlnig the present practice and tee ommcmUDis that only the detent of iho orjglrail net aiathorlzing sod dls trtbutlon be the future policy This Intent the petition says waF tat th seods a iottdl bo aVolned from remote comars of the earth and be unknown to tthe pooifo of Writ purpose of iTWJenslnis Wn Wealth of the nation The petition allests that the pres oat practice Is a grievous rosarahit of trade and that the United States should abotsfli the practice as unfair as a class legislation aatagomfstlcalo so against n brunch of commerce un becoming n gnat government Iloincseckvre Excursions On November 21 and December 6 and 19 1905 tho Illinois Central Railroad company will sell first class round trip tickets at greatly re duoed rates to points In Colorado Indian Territory Kansas Louisiana Missouri Nebraska New Mexico Ok lahoma South Dakota Texas Wyoming Mexico Michigan Mississippi Arkansas and other territory Tickets will be good for twentyone 21 days to return J T DONOVAN Agent Paducah Ky 0 C WAIIFIELD T A Union De pot 11lassortmontthat AVO feel like talking about it to the exclusion of ail others Thor aro too many 1m this groat assort ment to tell you about them In1 do tall Como and look them oven free lly JHILDHEXS CLOAKS ems 0 JO 11 YEA IIS- Tlheno ants none In tho city to compare wfth lthem of guch excellent quality and pretty stS ut ouch lit to prices 185 225 295 350 41 450 and 475 oach runs SPECIAL PKICED IXW Never before Jlmlwe so many Fare for D fccmbor selling AVeliave Storem ILLINOIS CENTRAL MAKES CHANGES Ila its Freight and Commercial Departments rim New Train Schwlulo Will 00 Into HlTwt About flea 10 Tho Changes ii OJ ISI illOWIXa UAIMDLY I The change In the passenger service on tho Illinois Central Is sched tied to go into effect Dec 10 In addition to tho regular service m tho Southern lines from Evansvllle new train will leave Kvansvlllo at 1260 Ip m for Nashville anti Inter ncdlate connections at Princeton Cy for Paducah Cairo Memphis nd Now Orleans The time front Ev msvlllo to Memphis will be nine tours and forty minutes under the sew service The Nashville Flyer will leave Ev msvlllo at 110 a m arriving av Cnshvlllo at 8 a in It will be com losed of buffet library cars diners leepers nail chair cars Tho present trains on the South ern division will continue to run to rIIIIIISOn the Northern division train No 224 vow leaving Evansvllle at 730 i m will leavo at 720 n m train No 242 n mixed train heretofore ind leaving Evansville at 525 p m vlll leave at 5 p m and will be a Irst class passenger train arriving mt Mnttoon at 930 p m The midnight flyer to Chicago will eavo Kvansvlllo at J125 a m A lo al Chicago sleeper on this train will- Ie open for occupancy at the Union Passenger Station Fulton avenue and Ohio streets at 9 p m These schedules have been nnnoun ellbutltl8 possible that slight chan Tes In time may have to bo made vhcn the changes go Into effect That the Illinois Central Is plan ning a network of Its lines over the south Is further strengthened by the cport that a company has been or ganized to build a railroad front Jack on Tonn to BlrnitiiKliuiu Ala A M Allen who Is agent for the 1111 nois Central at Jackson Is the vice resident of the company that will build the now lino which Is to tap the rich Iron fields of the south The fact of Mr Allen being an official of For Your Benefit We Tell You About Our Doll Sale December 7th 8th and 9th Next Thursday Friday and Saturday- S 14 inch jointed French Bisque Doll sleeper 3 days only at 2Sc well worth SOc 14 inch Kid Body Bisque Doll 3 days only at 20c well worth 35cv We have Dolls of all kinds Bisque Dolls Kid Dolls Dressed Dolls China Dolfs Etc Dont forget our Chinaware sale continues until December 9th I rHARBOURS BOOK DEPARTMENT iiSeethe Big French Jointed Bisque Doll to Be Given Away Christmas Day o priced thorn low We do not put exorbitant prices on ihirs simply be cnuso so few people know their value that wo could safely deoelvi thom In to paying too much If you hare a fur want oomo and see us lllUmMADi SKIRTS DotwooA five hundred und a thous and skirts mostfy womens but doe ens for misses also are hiiro for this December sale The styles are right tho nrfces are T htnncl there Is nothing to do but como and sefrct what you want Till JHGOKST IIAUOAIXS OK Till SICASOV IN DIUXSS GOODS AMI SILKS neautlfui Ctaoli silks lot blacks the new company and at the same time In the employ of the Illinois I i Central Is suggestive that tht Illi I nois Central Is at the oottom of the movementIt that work on the proposed lino will be begun as soon as possible Tho distance between Jackson and Birmingham Is about I 200 miles The construction of this I Mno will give the Illinois Central n lirect Brio from Chicago nnd St Louis nto the heart of the south It o a well known fact that Illinois Central officials have been trying to get Into Alabama for many years Only a few dcys qgo tho Illinois Cen tral ran its first train into Nashville and on December 10 a through fast passenger train service will be open ed between Chicago and Nashville Numerous changes are being made In tho freight and commercial de partments of the Illinois Central R Itcompany whch have been brought about largely by the acquisition of he Tennessee Central rallroadwhlch Ives the Illinois Central entry Into Vashvllle Along with these changes outer the Iannouncement that a fast passenger traiserylce wU bp Inaug bated on December 10 between Chi ago ant Nashville This train will one In competition with the Ixnils rlle and Nashville train from Chl ago to the south known as the Dixie Flyer The fast Illinois Cen iral train will leave Chicago at 5 p m dally arriving in Nashville the next morning For several monthB tho Illinois Central has been putting a great deal ii work on the line between vans vllle and Hopklnsvllle preparatory or running heavy and fast trains aver tho division Effective now the office of William Smith Jr assistant general freight gent of the Illinois Central was ransferred from Evanarllle hid to ashvllle Tcnn Other appointments vo an follows- J n Convery commercial agent Evansville Ind W U Wood contracting freight gent Evansville lad E J Dowdall assistant commer cial agent St Louis Mo J R Duckworth contracting freight agent St Louis J L Durrett commercial agent Nashville Tenn W D Ryan contracting freight agent Nashville Tenn C L Chase traveling freight agent with offlce at Nashville Tenn Industrial Opportunities A new folder giving concise IntorI matlon regarding Industrial open Ings along the Chicago and North Western railway with particulars as to factory buildings and desirable sites available for Immediate use and other information of much val ue to manufacturers seeking new lo cations Thero are hundreds of splen did openings for manufacturers Jobbers and retail dealers In territory reached by the worth Western line This folder contains a full descrip I tion of several Important extensions of the North Western line that open some of the finest territory in tho west Free on application to N M BREEZE General Agent 436 Walnut St Cincinnati 0 11 roll llIt1 Mm After 4J2 Vents Springfield O DQC fi Separated In slavery 42 years ago In Lncleda county Mo Henry Linden and Le nnder Duncan twin brothers met hero Sunday They were brought to gether by a Springfield man who saw Duncan In Detroit hit hpmc and mill took him for Linden because of n striking resemblance I IIt Is queer that when a girl has gunny hair she seldom hits that kind I of disposition solid colors changeable and fancies at U a yard Wo have narrower silks at lower prices54Inch Broadcloth and Chovlott Serges of unusual merit at 1 a yard Another supply of Henriittas Mohair Serges Melrose and Shadow Chocked Sui digs have boon ireceOved for this Holiday SaCo The latest involution in McCaUa stylish patterns at iSo lire now on the way BEAUTIFUL MILLINERY Lovely trlmmiod and uatrlmmoJ Hats for December selling Tho 3 la test prettiest smartest qnd most captlvatlnig stjlirs sin pes and con NUMBERING THE i l RURAL MAIL BOXES A Great Many People Said to Misunderstand The Department Now Ilns the Matt let Under Advisement at Washington iDECISION IS HXlECTKD SOON WashJnigtoni Dec 5It appears from many protedtd not being re ceived at time postofflco department that through misrepresentation or misunderstanding an unwarranted coney uctlon is hlJng placed upon the departments action In ordering Hhat boxes of patrons on rural tree delivery routes be numbered It Is being represeiitbd jtoTiirai pationr Uibit the depai Invent proposes to hMo thorn abandore the use of their names and have nil of their mail addressed to whom by box number onlyI which WWI never intended or oven suggest ed The purpose of having rural mall boxes numbered was to obviate wrong delivery when substitutes not familiar with the location of patrons boxes were employed lUll In cases whoo a number of famines or persons of tihoI same surname with oJmiaar Initials were patrons of rural trice delivery at the same office For the purpose of aiding to the correct delivery of mull matter on rural gouty s carriers are required to keep a rotor of persons cecelv Inig mall on their routes and by assigning a numibor to thebox laAvhSth ouch patron receives mail a substi tute carrier can rcadlly Identify the box of the patTon oven though ho may not have previously known the residence of the patroa or dime loom Non of this box Whore thonn ere a number of families of the samo sur name by adopting their box number as Part of the address placed upon their mall matter they Imsure a anon prompt and aocunato delivery In connection with the numbering of rural mail boxes It Was proposed to extend to the patrons of riira Dro delivery the same privilege now accorded to the box holders lu goal postomcos towit That mall addressed to moely tho number of a box rrray bo delivered to the holder thereat so long as no rimpropor or unlawful business la conducted In that way VMs matter however has not bean fuiJly determined 1it being under consideration by tht postmostor general In conjuhctlon wlttv protests from business Inter ests which roprearint that such an order gives to mall order business nil unduo rulvoritago and is a detri mont to local rohril business Inter mete To Use linger Print System New York Dec apollco Com missioner McAdoo line decided that he will Introduce the French Imprint system of Identifying criminals in the New York police department and has announced that for this purpose De tective Sergt James Kaurot will shortly leave for Paris where ho will spend two months studying the mdth ode now followed throughout France Sergtt Faurot Is In charge of the Der tllon measurement system at head quarters and Is an expert In that line This rough world makes short work of nit veneer virtues cone at our Famously Low Prices may be ted hero during fhr8 holiday SaleA SALE OK CLOTIIJXO MKNH AND BOYS SUITS AND OVER COATS ALIi SPECIALLY 1llICED- Unprecedented bargains In Mens suits at G C 7CO JD50 and 1250 each- UIIIPTecOOoated bargains In mens 0iirconts at 5 C50 750 850 an l 1O- We kayo Just received a big stock unprecedented bargains In Carters celebrated extra heavy unionmade railroad overaMs and jumpers at HopkliLsvillu Tobacco Market j Hopklnsvltle Ky Dec GThe monthly report of the tobacco Inspec ton showing the comparative figures of this year and last has been issued It shows that the market ttoJa year was mothlng like as good as last year receipts showing a decrease of About 4500 hinds sales a decrease of nearly 0000 lihds and Shipments ia decrease of about 2600 Jvhds The comparative ftgulres are as follows 1005 1004 Receipts for year 9 CCS 4285 Receipts for month 70 Salts for month 698 541 Sales for year 7630 13574 Shipments for month 411 700 Shipments fort year 12977 15074 Stock on sale 2167 891 Stock solid 529 13C1 Stock on hand 2C9C 2202 f j Clurksvlllo Market f Olarksnne Tenn Dec 5The terelpts In the local tobacco market In November were 225 hogsheads salon 1 915 hogsheads shipments 2588 hogsheads itotal stocks Dec 1 3786 hogsheads of which Aiuytira hold 500 hogsheads and sellers 3190 hogshmde Tiho reooOpits last week wore 3 lioga 0 I sitst60alengths MANY SPECIAL SHOE nUGA FOR TJIB HOLIDAY 8ALK t Bargains for the little WHuO 5 8trle for boys for ivomert a 4 ftmen Wo are tiryjnig to buW + shoe business on all trio merit jo 1 1 bio that can ho pat Into shon1aattr I at certain fixed lupuhar prlcee tit shoes We are doling our doyeh113eiA in the buying to make It U yourJ 7 tisrest tocomoto thlistJbre for fo i l Wo aro ready to meat your views thr a nearly as Jt la poslblo for ua4ouii4 We are carrying a Wjf stock o l celebrated La Frnmce ishofor at 3 and 350 a pair f wen iIHALFt heads offerings on tho b hogsheads Total sats 440J heads nearly eM sold by Oho i tore as usual privately Is now flowflng In a steady ss- to sk ythetho country which Is a ij i There Is at last a good st r wagon and unless cold comes deliveries will soon be tore Drlzcas The follorwlHg price arewi dA LOJW lUgS r j JMJPj Common lugs 425 Medium lugs 1l Sj iGood lugs5K00Low a Common loaf 7 Medium leaf M r7 koi = Useless Book Agent L j sell you this little volumeIII College Sports II Farmer Cr wf Dont want to hear Myt h about them My son Hiram has y collegeasportis1 Vmi cage Dally News s c Countess Jeanne AflerI Ucelll who has just died jn C k- tuilleMd vqeo relatlxe d of Italy 1 q There are many peope who woud be able to t SAVE MONEY tNif theyd only make a start Its easy a for anybody to make a good start by opening an account with us 1OQ will start you at this bank We pay t 4 Per Ct INTEREST ce illper annum compounded semiannually I Mechanics and 1Farmers1 221 Broadway k 1 I x There is No Disputing the Fact That Our K L j Shoe Departmentf Covers more representative MAKES than any other house in the city namely t The Celebrated Nettleton Shoe A The James A Banister and the jjg auEverThese goods represent the very acme off SHOEDOM A t J u B WEILLB Soif 1- k M j f a n 9i r- iair r ILIIIiiit41 r o tilt Il titabncef Al1t1I + aXr c iH lYJHE SUN HJitfcMiN CO L 3 IriaiwfBttiArrhs r ihiiiK iq niRiB PrMtfet aad Miter s t XOW J FAZTOir Qtotr M MMtCt 1 I 8USCIwTIONAT81 l r ft tn4 NN4 al tbs poetoMee atPaamrt Kr M I q 4 Meond dIM tnfttMr tItwlti THE DAILY BUN I er r tb Raft W tI4Y to- I fct BalL CM TOT la aarane 4eo I wrtKLY Bpllr l- JIII bJ Ral1 poitere Hid III- O6AMf I i IP d I Omn Iiil BeuMi TMr I Tuwrpoita Ho M a 1 1IJIJI8T71T8iifM d fl irtn tottew y I I tu Idols C1eRefr0s 1I ilait C efi t r l r DNEHDAIhCEJIDER 0 i r4+ fJinCULATION 1STATEMENT I J IfoV 13G30 Nov 1G3G93 NOvi217a Nov 178- 697frov 34105 Nov 182706 Nov 43639 Nov 203703 I Nov C301C Nov 213109 7G12 Nov 223708t + IiIiNov 83611 Nov 233711 J I 93611 Nov 241732 i 2572Gif Nov 3 Nov 133C75 Nov 2S328I Nov i43C57 Nov 291719- l 30372QI1 It JTotalv 96704 4 1 Average for November 3719 I It1 Increase Average for November 19042882 839 s J 11perilonnJly appeared before me J I E J Paxton general manager of l I TflSun who affirms that the above jt tjifcettent of the circulation of The Novemberll fOG Is true to the best of Ills knowl tdkeand belief PETER PURYEAR Notary Public i My Spmmlsslon expires January 1l 2219T8 Dally Thought11 Give lo the world the best you I t i i have And the best wlli come back to you e TRELIEF FOR TiE SCHOOLS x The men who are so generously giving their time to the upbuilding of Paducahs schools have a great deal to contend with especially in the matter of funds The schools barely received enough for their sup IU portsunder the third classcharter i wheh live assessment of property was almost as much as now and the I schools could demand fifteen cents more on the 11 DO than now For the f J past severalI years the schools have 7 gradually attained a degree of ex cellencc seldom found In schools of cities this size and it necessary re quires more money to run them in stead there has been less money A iiIiThe members of the board of ed tt ucaUou are doing the right thing In seeking a charter amendment which will give them as much money as they need The experience of Padu I I cab should be sufficient to show thatR other cities of the state may In years to come suffer the same Inconveni Y ence in passing from the second to i the third class If the charter Is not Changed l An amendment such as Paducah if would like to see would not necessa I ally have any effect on the other sec j oJ ond class cities The valuatldu of l their property Is such that tfthple school funds may be provided but i they do not have to and in fact can legally demandor receive mare n they need tbr running thej jnotooIJl If they are obtaining enough they could proceed as they fOre now and Paducah In cast an nmepd I antpwere made could then obtuln the amount h 6dnd to run the Bchooli which she cannot do now Paducah is gfdQ but the In I completeness of title asses lmentsand w t tthp amount orthe Annual assess rments do notrtioid out much encour agement that the valuation of prop erty here wIll for many years yield IenQ l monQf with a maximum levy only 35 cenls on the 100 torun M the schools particularly as the I schools are grpwlng more rapidly t1tban tho city and there is now not Ienough room to accommodate all the children as they should be cared tort although less than half the children I VlbllcItI ti fore the legislature In its true light t bodytI t I acan refuse to enact tho llegislation i Ir desired for relief N1t e It appears from the city solicitor iii opinion that tho only thing for the a city tto do In the elephonb case Is to 4putup a satisfactory franchise for the old telepnoiie company which has already paid the city for it and- ys a I letrtoo company operate under it wlilch will endI the whole miserable affair The company algnined Us will Jn Itbut a year ago to operate af a r S 7i 1l under a fraHohlse Ilaistead of the charter It Jias operated under all these years which would be an advantage to the city Inasmuch as the city would then get it frahtnlse tax annually something It has never yet collected The sollcHd tadvises the return of the money the city collect eft from the company before proceeds hog further but this will fr all prob ability hot bo done becnfiso tiQcity hasnt the money to return and be cause the company cannot be com polled to accept IL When any kind of concern asks for a franchise It does not buy It unless the franchise stilts comllllnra14Itwith an established business would be much more reluctant ttd buys a franchise that did not suit it than a now concern If the city does the se- nslbletltinait wjll get up a reasonable franchise and s lllt and the com pany will buy It and tho contract made nearly a year agd will have keen iopipIed with by both slrfep The city should not attempt to limit or regulate telephone rates Let competition do that 0 Municipal ownership which Is sup posed to have prevailed at least In sentiment Ih Chicago as a resultof Mayor Dunnes election continues to get Its bumps A double reverse was administered to Mayor Dunne itt Mondays meeting of the council A dispatch sayer The setback came when a resolution was introduced providing that every alderman be given blanks to circulate for the sig natures necessary to place the frac tion ordinances before the people for a referendum vote An effort was made to have a substitute resolution presented by Mayor Dunno at a former meeting adopted The substitute was defeated and the resolution pro viding for tho referendum was order ed published A resolution providing fdr tho Investigation of the gas conII troversy by the committee on gas oil and electric light was passed In op position to the wishes of the mayor jV letter was rend by Alderman Young from Expert Dalrymple of Glasgow Scotland In the letter Mr Dalrym ple says I may say candidly that I do not think Immediate municipal ownership is the best way to attain tho end o Congressmen are dally pouring In bills which will be printed at the ex icnso of tthe government and then forgotten f 8 Korea does not care to be absorbed by Japan but Japan does not mind than 0 DELAY ON THIRD STREET Question of Penalty Will De Settled as Soon ns1osalblo + i Tho question of requiring COntn actor Thomas Bridges to ipay 10 a day for every day over the specified time that the Third street rcconstrucMoit was unfinished wltt be settled Iby Ute city ca soon as possible The time for completion was November let and those were many days on which ho work fcouWl ibe don on account of the weather for whtoh the oontrae tor will ibave to be given credit Remaining days on which there was no work wore when thore was no brIck and the shortage of brick pas occasioned by the faflirre at the Ev ansvtllo brick concern to furnish ot promptly In rose Contractor Brldjg es ihas to ipay lto 1o a day he wlW teal haok on the brick mianufactur urors who claim that they wore pre vented from furnishing1 the brick by a shortage hi iraflroad cars Patents For Kentucky WashingtonI DC Dec OTb a following Kentuckians have boor granted patents Frank X Cott meyor LouIsvJlle combined washtub and TYashboard Herman Marsfbll Henderson cabinet Richard rE Roser wjjrn Oovlngton varlabCo specdIJ mechanism James E Scott Lon s wigdew William H Blair is appointed postmaster at Colston Lotchor coiini eye vlco Polly Collins resigned Subscribe for Tho San CIQARSroe by its condition as well as the grade of tobacco in it If it is too dry IH has a hot smarting tongue bltlpg taste If it is too waist its taste ii9 full of nicotine Our cigars ate ept just right in all kinds of weather The reason WE WATCH THEM I JIfts OEflLSCBUElEI t nuaiisi 1 nI 1 Sixth and Broadway LONG ALI r J1 t tj 0 t c A JTAMAN TIUVBLED FROM IJUKNOS AllIES TO MEXICO r t Y j 1 I 1t 1 I I Said to lie the First Time Font Was Ever Performed Mexicot City Dec C Francisco Lo Ptweto an Italian Is the first porfon so far as known to nnafa ari bvcrlawd Journey from Butiioi Ares South America to Mexico oityi Ho arrived hore ia fowl days ago It took more than fifteen months to make tinst trip long stretches ol hlS Journey WQTQ throis1i uninhabited wilds and over rough mountains Ho wajkod alt the way and seldom slept Binder a root The objcct6f Ills journeyJ was itt analaet a sdalonMBc study of tho various oonww tries through which lie passed He Is a member of eclemtlflc soaietlos of Argentine Pnanieo and England1 and will prabntoly delh+ eT an address ix+ fore on of the ilooali wslontlflc Boole tics wJrllo do Mexico CIt die set out on foot from Duane Ayres August 17 1904 and iaastd tOnxnigh the capitals of oW the ceraa trieS betwien ATSeniUne ands Olericor Sunre Bolivia Lima Peru Quito Ecuador Begotn Columbia Cara Ii cas Venezuela Slue Jose Costa Jlita Managua Nicaragua Tosucl peJipa Honduras Sow Salvador and Guatemala Ho encountered the groabst ha1dIships hr Cojuwkhla and part of Vene c zuela lidsifo was In danger to the itynd of the GuaJIra Indians to the I aubrth of Venezifclfl mid hh was aIJII vised thy Venesuolana tads Italian real enta of Venezuela root to pene trato the GutUlra territory but hq dilsregniridfid these Warnings HoII was caught by the inidlains md son I ttencdd o death for Intrudrfnig For twelve hours ttie was bound to a tree but two Spanilslh1I FVanclscaii friars effected his release He remained for some tlmo 1m this forilddon lantt collecting geographical totori fntatibni and sclntlflb data of aU kinds t During the long sftfretobes of his Journey 4n uninhabited rogrlona aril adhere nature offered no food toe substalinxi himself tby drtaloi iE a artxliiTe of wino and honey filncp crosslivs the tine from atta tomala Into CMapas his only adven itmro has beeiv a marrow escape from dirowTflnis whJje otosslng a swollen river in to state of Oaxaca He matted Salina Cruz Rlncan Antoplo Santa LUCTWQ and tie other chUf points oa1 the Isthmus of Tebuanfepec Vapid journeying con sinitly cry foot he followed Iho lino rrttthe Vera Cruz and ipaclflc to Cor boda and thence by way of Orizaba and UpeKa tto Mexicor City Notice Tha system of credit has been so shamefully abused by the public lit the matter of coHoctlons of Insurance premiums that the local agents of Paducah Ky have been forced ito adopt the following rule wlt11ref bronco to the collection of premiums llecognhfing that the fire Insurance business Is essentially as watt as I1c osiarily a cash business by reason of tho policy contracts and as all agents are required by tho rules of their companies to settle promptly oath month for the previous months business we ore therefore forced to ask of our patrons prompt payment of all premiums and Iw order to Jo so we the undersigned hereby mutually agree and adopt and pledge our solves to faithfully carry out in the fwloctlon qf premiums the following rules towlt That are notify our patrons the public generally through tho dally press each ascot signing taro notice that commencing on the firs day of Janilary 1900 all policies are due and payable hentha Insurance Is infected or upOn delivery of policy In TJertoa or by mall Slsno R E A ironpok L U BBDOUT REEVES WILCOX ABIUiVM NEIL CO J FRIEDMAN RUDY PAXTON CO HOMMEL BROS 0 E JENNINGS E O BOONS b MOVTtNOY BURNETTT F J MDLWEE MRS M D POWELL MR8 it BUROAUER S T RANDLE J W HUOIIES F 0 BOONS FOUR APPLICANTS Pot tho Railway Mull Service Being Examined Today Tlio civil smiteezanifrintfon of ap plicants for the railway wall service Is In progress at tho Bovernmont budding today and there one four applicants The department does not permit the names of such appiMcants tq bo given out bill two Are from Tennessee and two from lIssourlI Jho two from MJwourl are C B Snyder and 01It Swindle of Frisco Mo n BIG OFFICERS OJ i M i d1 r HAVE HKBN NAMED FOR TIIII- BIlAVElt4PA1UCA1I GETS 1 TWO t t Colonel lien Welllo Made Deputy Hiipmiio President Highest In the State J d- tt The Beavers a southern organUa tfon that IB J1lbentering Kentucky will have some of Its main officers In Paducah Col lien Welllo today re DEN EILLE calved his appointment as deputy su preme president the highest officer In tho state Supreme Organizer W- Ire Prulttlker made the appointment and notified Mr Wellle today of hK appointment Attorney T B Harrison was appointed to one of the main state offi ces that of District deinlty president as told elsewhere Doth are popular men and tho selectlona are well madeThe Paducah Dam of Beavers which has been organized by Messrs English and TrJpp will tbe installed hero Friday night Dec 8 and will hove about 100 members 17000 JUDGMENT I Is Given nt Newport Agnnst an In surance Company Newport Ky Dec Coho laws mating Insurance are tho moat Intricate ands complicated with which we have to contend The great In surance corporations hayo spent much money to make them so Wise statutory provisions have been made to protect the ooiwpancs and little Ila provided to protect those Insured Next to New York however Kentucky ranks second for the best pro tection of t1POI1 1101d ors With the ttboyo declaration Judgs Berry of the circuit court today announced a Judgment granted Harry Splaks against the United States Life Insurance company of Now York ifoj 37000Sp emed on a policy of his fath er who was drowned In 1898 The policy was for 23000 It was al lowed to lapse and the Insured man died thirtythree days after the pay mont was due Splnlcs sued on the ground that the dividends due on tho pdJIciy were sufficient to keep up tho Inauranco Judge Derry held for Splnks and granted Judgment for J25000 on thepoHcy and 12iOVO on hitercst and costs ABOUT 80000 IN the Amount of Business Lost Ily the Wnys According to Cnp I tnln Wllllnms Since the strike at the marine ways began several months ago that plant has been compelled to tUrf down 80000 worth of work accord Ing to the superintendent Capt Mike Williams who stated this morning that fully this amount of work had gone to round City that would have come here but for his force being short He was compelled to refu many jobs which he estimates woul have brought frfouOO to Parturah When It is considered how much o this would have been paid out In sal aries and to local firms for different supplies It Is a big thing Recently the Dick Fowler Joe Fowler and John S Hopkins were re paired at Mound City and tho packe- compdny paid out 10000 for the re pairs This work would have come to Paducah had the ways been ablo to handle If Tho dry docks cannot han dle these large boats When boats are repaired salaries aro pant to caulkers shlpcarpenters boilermakers machinists painters laborers foundries bollermaklng plants sawmills and other business firms All told the money that would have been put Into circulation hereby the expenditure of this 80000 according to Capt Williams would have been unite an Item The Howards own the local ways the Mound City Ways tho Jefferson vllle ways and the Mudlaou ways BO the company does not suffer from tho lois of any work at tho Paducah I plant for It gets It anyway Library Hoard Meets There will be a meeting of theca neglo library board tomorrow nvfeht for thi purpose of rooting Work Nothing Important will come up for cqnalderatloi plr r a 9- w BETTER SCHOOLS u ff 11i t AHE WANTED ALL OVKIl TIn 0HTATI OF KENTUCKY t Normal Schools Will Add Greatly to tthe Kfllclfiicjr of Ednontlonnl Fncllitlesk The general assembly shall by appropriate Icslriafon vovldo or- an fflclen t system of common schools thrauighout tho state Constitution of Kenhicky What Is meant by am efficient system of common schools asks the HopklnsvlUe New Era Does IIt mean greed school houses xjanUful grounds 11pto ate equipment and poor lHhtnilnd teachers The Jils l tory of educationl clearly shows that alt educational reform1 must bccti with the teacher hence the groat Im portance Qt pronerJy preparing an our tcachors for the great responsl iblHtea retlne up on thernt Our state Is out of debt QUI poo tfle are In favor of progress No one tto woud have lKentucky Iwhlnd1 the oth er stntts of the Union educationally We are nuptodato In most things but unfortunately statistics show us somewhat backward In education t Hero Is the position of lKentucky ns 1 given by the U S educational commissioner In 1903 as compared with sown other borderlns states with TO epect to native white illiterates over 21 years of age beginning WIth the 1 least Illiterate 1 IKJnols native white HIU raU9 28 Ohior a U 32 IndianaII I II 44 Missouri 4 ill G4 W Va II 107 VIrginiaII I II 122 Tenn II 141c Kentupky H3 Thor position of Kentucky when compared with the same states with respect to amount appropriated for Glen professional training of publi- cshoo tteachers Is oleo last and the others come to exactly the same or der as above What dots It all TMWtf Psthe ttralnlngof tuAcherii payTh Kentucky legislature meets In Januarys 1900 If you have tinT con victions on the subject of state nor mat schools you should aL onco notify 1 your representative and senator as to your posltlonr la the matter They represent you and want to do your wU 1 IIT FLOOIL At Thin Kentucky Theatre Being Raised An improvement which has hero needed slnco The Kentucky was built Is bong imade today This is raising the floor In the orchestra pit The pit has hero too low and the actors on the stage in music all comedies some tins cannot hear the runic eo deep Is tho pit The stage extends over the pit and U Is Jmpossibfxj the way the pit is built for tho orchestra to hear other Instruments In the orchestra and often tlujso playing have a bard time to keep In time Mr Chris McMahon Is raising the pjt today and It wilt bo sulTcIently high hereafter and will iw an Im byISubscribe for Tho Sun FANCY FRUIT SALE FOR THE WEEK 36sej 13dCocoanutsa 5a a piece 46fFresh Raisins Currants Citron Le mop and prance PeelI and Mixed1 Nuts for Fruit Cakes BHfiLERtAHDBRYin rr 1 A When using baking powder it is always econ omyto buytheRoyal Royal makes the finest most wholesome and dei 1licious 100r dtt r t I ILLINOIS COUlLEH Tvri lFrom yelxhhorlnn Htfltw Mar rlwl Hcrti FJito Yesterday The permission telegraphed for by Miss Ollie Slankard of Vienna 111 wed Mr Francis A Myers of tha same place arrived about 4 oclock yesterday afternoon and the couple were married at Hotel Craig by Rov nahinnn of the Cumberland Prosby terlan church The couple arrived here from Mayfield at noon yesterday and tho license could not be 1latued when fleet applied for became the outdo was not of age Another Illinois couple to marry hero yesterday afternoon was Mr J Prltchard of Williamson county It llhois and Miss Laura Koonte of Ma rlon 111 They arrived on the after noon train and after securing a li cess went to County Judge R T Llghtfoot and had him perform the ceremony at his office In the county house They are second cous Ins raged 25 and 22 respectively sad for this reason came to Kentucky tar the ceremony t IiV IUXXVKIIKD i It IVaN Taken From Mr K KMe 4i lti ideate and Found at Poor FnrH1ii Offlois Albert Sender and J W Clark this morning recovered a valued l keopsake stolen from the home o4 Mr aK loads 4ho commission merchant at 25tti ant Joffortoh strcotsv A dOm6Ucwho ba4 beau working at Jlr Bonds teft a Seri- days ego and about the same tiNe the pn waR mleied It was torment the property of the loco Air Joe liry ant and was valued wry highly Mr IJonrts reported hfe llorw to lthe officers and su pecle the former servant The pfflcer this morning j located her at the moor farm aaa finally wung a confession from Ihw and as she ireturned tne pin to the a Mr Bonds decided not to proaeouUt herI We Callr I Ii1tYour Attention To a Shoe with III fitting qualities Ihlha J i1 supcriotiilasts exclusivein 6 I and oci J 11 I I Style of KlideII IproperlyI + F skins and best sole lleather I We are agents + CALL and see us 4 i LENDLER LYDOH I t++++++++++ +++++++++++ W F PAXTON R RDDV P PUXVKABAudtaQtCathler Preildtnt Cashier J Citizens Savings Bank j Ca1italf100Q00 j Surplus 50000Stockholders liability 100000 Total security to depositors 250 OOO appreciatec I samecICQurteous treatment Interest Paid on TIlDe Dplta I Open Saturday nights from seven tp eight ocfocfc I Third and Broadway I j r JM j 0 NM ti tiJ t MENS CUSHIONED SOLE SHOES I For tender feet snideof the lofttvlcl on pliln IFr nchtceeiand BUNION last They are dressy and comfortable We would like to have you call and make an inspection of these t goods for we ffeelwe cannot say enough In praise of these shoutWe have full line of all kind aad tor ol ahoM and would be glad to have you call and make aa latpectloa L fA iI 11 TRED MRGeo o ciShoe CoHEEL CUSHIONSSellers of Shoes and Satisfaction f lrl T lepon 1486a O3I Broadwayi J 1lri s a r- r r h q + Q r 1sysysyt t r t a rs + r WEnjTKSDAY IrCUU KR 0 THEi PADUOAB EVENING STN u a lists t i1tritAoEITI11 I J First Semis Annual CleanUp Sales Now On l I I f1i I I Serviceable IREI Every Cloak piece of Fur Shirtwaist or Skirt being sold for than the regular i s price at our store today we 317 Broadway 1 tbm d- w I J I I IILOOl1L LINES I prints deal ofi Tills II IMT Jjrcnt v rending iimttor of especial Inlcnnt to M onion hut no inny never hope to nuiku writ matter us IntcrwftliiR or Important to them as the store ml crtlsclll ntH For Dr ring 411 Sign and carriage painting G 11 Scxtou both phones 401 sang v Got your visiting cants engrav ltlt aifetHltit R D Clements Co 100 cards MRtind plato for triO J Call Palmer Transfer Co for 3fI 1 carriages baggage wagons and first i class livery Tits Hack fares and ritrunks strictly cash BegCservico In Iho city TrdlcrNo O1 ffrom Louisville + io1tUnPhlsr Wuis dolnad sayorat- w hours mon fngb trod connc ttJns at LoulsvlV- oj Tim Rt1 Kvor ccuhl not set on- t Urn ways or docks hero and bo re + paired na soon as desired so sho miss to Mound CUr Ju Dr J W Blackard presiding Jti elder will conduct prayer matting itat tlvo Broadway M E church thltf evening ftjie Fred Jordan ago CO and Mlna Stnnloyxngo 48 of tho city colored i were today licensed to wed It I 4 I11 HOllmCm lJIm 1iHI t y 1 w Cmwy mill Company Fidel Article I4 Tof InrnrjHMiitloii Today 4 t 1 1 Article of Incorporation of Creas t cy Co were filedi today In county court Tho Incorporatbrs are L II- a L Crcaecy three shnres Jennlo Crcasoy 240 sharci and W V Eaton three 4 shnre t Tho capltnl stock Is fixed at 2GOtt t divided into 2GO shares of 10 each Tho naturo of tho business shall be general rcsrchandlso nod brolcrage + Itcmalns Sent Away For Iturlal Bottle WooHlrldgo ngcd 27 color od yesterday of typhoid foyer 1err Allen street Th remains wore slipped away to Central Kentucky for ntoniiont She Jcaves a husband The guiding principle in 0 our prescription work is Faithful and E Conscientious rorComplianQfi wi1 ders Ip following this rule Lt J we have an advantage of a 1111t large and complete stock to I Idrt w from FURTHERMORE pies S criptions brought to us can not fall into hands of in 7experienced persons became EVERY CLERK iregisterediN1f T RW WALKER CO 11rncorportd s filth and Bwajr Both Phones 175 4 F U A Chance for one to Buy Xmas Presents That Are and Good Suit is less Pendley H11s diet the COUNT TOLSTOI Thinks tho SoCallcd Revolution Is TlIIlIKfIln n Teapot Berlin DecGTho Russian cbr respondent of tho Tngeblatt has interviewed Count Tolstoi at tho latter home from whence tho corns pondent telegraphed Count Tolstoi shows surprising Dptlnilmn regarding tho present con dition of Russia Ho considers that it Is not dangerous nail thinks tho Industrial laborers In the few large cit- Ies play no role as against tho peas ants who constitute tho great majority of Iho Russian people Tho peasants are not thinking about rovblutlpn and Tolstoi regards the newspaper reports about peasant uprisings as exaggerated Ho says It Is only a small party of revolution ary agitators who want to reverse tho political order of things Holiow over declines to make predictions saying It Impossible to know what will Jmppnn It la necnasary In any caso to get rid of the existing gov ernment which hitherto tins rested upon force and supplant It with a government by love good will and Christian acts 1IK5H IIONOIIS fiLtho Kor nit OflIChd Who Com iiilttid Suicide Seoul Korea Dec GTho em- orostigltJ1j JtSltktthQ lhiphest P08thunqis honord bob ncconled bile Viing yiian who committed suicide as a proTcst against the Japanese protectorate The body will be given a state funeral ErPremler Chad and several ml 1101 officials have committed suicide In consequence of the action of Ja pan On Ming Yung Whana body wero found letters addressed to tho foreign ministers begging them to Interfere in behalf of Korea Thero Is some disposition hero to connect the death of Ming Yung Whan with tho withdrawal of the American legation as tho Koreans had looked upon America as tho most likely nation to Interfere and when they realized that they had been en tertaining false hopes they became keenly disappointed Tho Chrlstlnn missionaries are greatly concerned over their future work In Korea fearing that tho new condition of affairs may have some Inlluenco upon their efforts 1 DIIOVI3 COAL WAOX Into Ward Wllhout Poniissloii and IIs Warranted John Rlekotts colored was ar rested yesterday oftornopa by Constable A C Shelton on a oliargo of trespass Ho Is allosot to toavo drlv ca Into iho yard of Henry Runso with n coal wagon wlUiout ipqrmls slop The wagon defaced the beauty of trite1 yard tho owner claims mie deter dent will bo Vied Friday bofore Justice R J Barber lloiutl of health 8eIon Tho board of health Is Itt se son this atrnoon at the city hall for a general discussion of sanitationI Whats the use of worrying when a Sun want ad solves the problem so easily IIfIT IMPROVE AND PRESERVE YOUR BEAUTY usn NADINE FACE POWDER IN GREEN BOXES ONLY SUPERIOR IN QUALITY HARM LESS AS WATER N parAtliducat a fceautllat sot tritely ippcnance which remain until wiihtd off Ladles hoe Nndlne compluIounellin t rim OUAtIT IS UIMQUAinn hiy out IWi eel par age and II ore not cuttely 11011 d notify in und ytt will promptly tLKratiu oua IollaY Hold by1 iMdfnvt dru glit + oivinll Price Po tentf WlIttFleabriakBr selle- rrepar by N liontlToiUtCtP4rlfT ennt i People alid Pleasant Events Miss livno Scott nnil Mr Tom Hall Married The moirrJaBO of Miss Irene Scott Vend Mr Thomas W Vital was sol- emnIzed lost evening at 545 oclock at the home of tho brldo on North Fourth street Rev W II Plnkor too of the First Christian church performed the ceremony which was witnessed only by tho relatives and Immediate friends Tho torldo wore a pretty and cffect o costume of wlilto organdy and lace with vink Sitln girdle and pink slippers and phikrasesI lag Her igolngawuy gown was a gun metal broadcloth tailored suit nod green silk wnlst Wthr hat to harmonize Tho couple loft at C40 for ft bridall trip south and will shako their hcwno In Jackson Tenn for the winter Tills marrhEO which has been one of the probable midwinter wed dltiKH caino as a surprise ut last to tloPUlwrI ing Him totio In the south alt winter caused the date to bo thus suddenly advanced Tho brio is tho youngest daugh tor of Mrs II K Scott and Is one of the most atlracyvei girls In Padu cat Strikingly handsome and of a wlnnOng personality she has boon a social favorite over since her en trance into society Mr Hall is one of the popular young men of the city both socially and In a business way Ho 1ias mado Paducah his homo for a number of years and traveled out for the C JI Rleko Sons iwhoWsale house for qulto a time He snow connected with the EloyWolkcr dry ldsflrIII of St Louis with a wide southern territory and his affability and reliability have won nlm su ccess In the enlared fleldv Mr and Mrs Halt will be sroatty mUssed in the Social life of the city with which both are prominently Identified U D C Committee For Confederate Mdniimciit Tho Paducah chapter U D G at Its meeting ycstprday afternoon with Miss Ethel Brooks on North Seventh giro t appointed Mrs Louise Max weft Mis lMtp Russell Mrs Wan Gilbert Mrs W B aillle Mrs Jos oi1i Gardner Sirs flog iMcIClnnoylt Mho Rela Coleman Miss Mart IK Sowcll andMlss Ethol Brooks a corn mittee trom fhe chapter to act with the U O V committoo In regard to calking money for the monument to bo plncedln tho Oarnogie library groundsIt probaW that a concert wHJ bo given soon at Tho Kentucky with Prof Harry Gilberts tine orchestra as it feature for the benefit of tho monument fund Mr Wrights Lecture Thug dny Night Tho Rev D a Wright who win speakl on GooHic at Grace church imr Irfh housff Ttorsdny tight has been a close student of the subject for years besides having taught and preached n German This present iecturo has been delivered a number of times through Indiana and Ohio More Womens cJubsi toachors institutes etc Tho popularity of the lecture has bten attested in other places and tho speaker foa some claim to speak as ono who knows iq Honor of Miss Hooves Mrs William Minnich of West Jefferson street will entertain the Sans Souci club this afternoon in compliment to her guest Miss Caro line Reeves of Elkton Ky Crescendo Club Tlie Crescendo club will meet Thursday afternoon at 4 oclock at Miss Virginia NoweUfl studio on N Seventh street It will be a Chaml uncle Converzalonojand Musicale A Mendebisohn Afternoon The matinee musical club Is meet Ing this aftornoon wlth Mrs Georg B IHart on West Juffoi ou sttt It tSI Mondotssohnl meeting MtiKiizlno Club on lllli Tho Magazine club will meet on Thursday the 14th wIth Miss Helen Lowqry on West Broadway 0Mr JA Colley ot Fulton Is reg istered at the Palmer Mrs IF L Edmunds and daughter of Denver Col are visiting tho for mers mother and father Captain and Mrs Mike Williams Special Agent J D King of tho Louisville division of the I C Is In tho city Mrs J L Brandon and daughter Miss Lora have arrived from hexing ton tp visit friends Dr John Gardner of Mayfield has returned homo after vlalllng his sis ter Mrs Mary Curd who iar covorT lag from paralysis t 10111IollhoenixWUllant Hank rI J NV Wright of Nashville Tonn who line been ill Major J H Ashcraft and wife have gone to Louisville to visit their son Mr Harry Ashcraft Mrs Aleck McCunc has gone to Louisville to visit her xlaugMerMra Charles G Bcelor Marshal Charles McNutt of May- field was In the city yesterday on businessMiss Ira Hart has returned from New Albany Ind whore she attended the funeral of her aunt Mrs Frank Coburn and daughter Gladys have returned from spending a week with the formers son Thom as Coburn at Nashville Tenn Miss May Davis of Paducah has arrived to visit the Misses Smith on East Broadway and attend tho Smith Hydo wedding ltdmorrowMrs Joe JJzell wife of tholate J M Ezell of Paducah Is visltfng Mfs Jako Dud ley and Mrs ll A illeale Mayfleld Messenger v jI Contractor F W KatterjoJhItt wont to Codar Oluff this morning on hoer nCsstt Attorney Cecil Rood and Mf Mlko Caildwoll went to EddjTHle thla morn ling f i IrlT W Patterson of Mulray a traveling salesman for a firm at BollovWe Ilk bs In the city Mrs J W Orr has return 1 from a weeks visit in Memphis Tenn Attorney J M Worten roturnred this morning from iSmltWandwhore ho had been on logal business State Auditors Agent Frank Lu cart returned tfijs morning from Hopklnsvinio Springfield and other ICsntucky places where he went on state revenue business Mr Jdhn Agnow d former city councilman Is out of Riverside thea pltal where he was recently operated oa for appendicitis Th+ operation was successful Capt W C Ohnk who was ttruck by a street car last week Is getting better but stm suffers soma pain In his right side Ho is ribTo to be up part of tho time but cannot yet leave the residence Miss Lillian Owen went to Kulla wa this morning to visit Deputy U S Marshal George W Saunders arrived from i Mayfield at noonMrs Charles Legg bfMayfleld Is In the City the guest of Mrs Alben DarldeIMr August Buddo of South 10th street Is confined at his1 home with ar carbuncle on Ills neck Traveling Engineer I1ddrJmtS Cist Mr Al Smith of LoulsvUle the well known drummer vyas In Padu cah today leaving at nopn for Louis iVlllO Miss Llzzlo Singleton who wad op crated on two days ago at Riverside hospital is doing nicely and her con dition Is today reported much better Mrs 1VrB Ross and children of Cheyenne Wyoming are visiting Mr and Mrs S J Ross Mrs M S Ross of Dover Tenn will arrive in n day or two to visit her son Attorney J S Ross of the firm of Crlco Ross To llcinovo Sonic of Foot In a few days abortion of Mr Lou s Fcenys foot will be taken off at the Illinois Cental hospital His homo Is In Chicago and ho Is a broth er of B J Feeney traveling engineer of the Louisville division of the 1121 nos CentnaJ A few months ago he rcolved a severe Injury to ho ohcm ber and has been coming hero to have It treated Dr D G Murrell has decided that a portion of the Soot will have to bo cut off Death of n Child Affa tho title nineyearold daugh ttr of Mr Ri F Nolan died this mor ning at 115 a ni after a several days Illness of appendicitis Tho fun sral services wit be conducted tomor row morning at 10 oclock at the family residence 220 S Fourth street burial at Oak Grove viCs1IJSLAND I SLANDDURAN E- GIN AVVHPLEOME AND PLEASANT DRINKN Sick or wall ItAwillaellAT S ANOPRUtSTOMS jjjjjj IN THE COURTSC- ircuit Court John Griffin colored charged with false swearing In a case In police court was tried this afternoon and the case given the Jury qbout 2f oclock At press time tho forgery caso against Gus Aubrey white who is alleged to havo forged tapt Smlths nAme to a check was on trial Smith was on the steamer Charleston arid Aubrey formerly worked on tho boat This afternoon the Jury brought in vn verdlqtt ln the case against Sam Ev Itts charged with malicious assault on Officer Wm Beadles and found him guilty of assault and battery and fined him 25 and costs City Jailer Tom Evltts who with his brother Sam Evltls was charged with malicious assault on Officer Sam Doodles will be tried this after noon Thotwo were tried separately by agreement A ItcstrnlnliiK Order The Illinois Central has filed Iin federal court a petition asking for a restraining order against L E Stevenson administrator preventing hIm from collecting a 10000 judgment of the state court for the death of his wife who was killed In tho Dawson disaster a few years ago The railroad took the case from the state to the federal court and won the case Later the other ghorneyeproc- eeded to try the ease In the state court despite the trial In federal court and were given a verdict of f 10000 the collection iwhich the restraining order now asked is to prevent It Is another Instance of tho state and federal court clashing The court of appeals of Kentucky Claims the federal court has no Jurisdiction and federal court takes two opposite view Argument for a permanent In junctlon will be made Saturday Local Option Vote ttl Jlcntdii The voters of Benton will Saturday hold a special election to decide whe ther or not whiskey may be sold In that city A heavy vote will bo polled as both sides are working hard Paducah Contractors Pined Robertson Gardner the contrac torso are putting In the sewerage system were fined 111 In the city court this morning upon n charge of not replacing the streets in as good condition as they were before the mjchcs word dug for thqjBGwerJplnes The cause of two trial occurred last Saturday A wagon drawn by four mules became stalled on Mala street right in front of the police office on account of one of the wheels sinking In tho earth which had been placed back In the ditch over the pipes Hopklnsvllle New Era- county Court Gtorge Rock and others deedl to C G Aker for 150 property In the Fountain park addition James 01 Reid aged 23 of Ban dana and Lula A Thomas aged 18 of Ingloalde woo this mornins li censed to wed- Selnrab Caso Tomoriow Attorney EX W Baigby returned train Hopklnsvitte this morning after A business trip to that city Tho case of Moses Schwab did not COUIQ up today Ibut will bo taken up tomorrow Judgo Hluo at Sinltliland Attorney J W Blue of Marlon Kyls acting as special Jut ge of the Livingston circuit court in place of Judgo J F Gordon of Madlsonvllle Ky tho special Judgej who Is sick So far there has been no Important business transacted The criminal docket will bo finished Friday and the civil docket will ba takequp Dlvorco Suits Filed Edna Bean today filed suit against Thomas Bean for divorce on the grounds of drunkenness and cruel andtJnhuman treatment They mar ried In July 1897 and separated ln October 1905 agillnstlJohngrounds of cruel and Inhuman tfcatt ment anti abandonment Thor married In October 190Q and separated In July 1902 Suits Filed Vance Bros filed a suit this after noon In circuit court against O W Maxon for f 102 on account and ask for an attachment on property- F VKlmbrough filed a suit agaInst O W Slaxdn for 103 on a note and for professional l servjcqs as a Shyer clan tinect ntSniltiilantl Mr Evorijtt Butler pf Smjthland who died frpm consumption ntDe D yerCol was hurled yeatprday at Salem ty Mr Butlor was the Denio cratic nominee for county Attorney at the tlmo he took sick and was com pelled to resign on account ofC his health He was a very popular young mall eta + 1th ft t i Y 1 1tJ Hart Has I i- II h is Just received a nice assort fJI ment of carriage lap robes at I i I I I CLOSEst r and proposes to give his cosss s toilers the benefit kobes l v rV t that sell at 800 are marked 600 and 600robes t are v 450 The saving is as shown above through Thel I1- T J I entire line Carriage heaters itt at 200 uprz 1 rT br r I 1 a 44tt t J rl CQI ts I TIPS I CHILICOXCORNA at Shortys Place 111 12 South Third St WANTED Good cook Apply 327 South Foul street FOR RENT6room cottage 717 HaMsonSt apply 425 Broadway FOR OLD rail Btovewood ring l lGol phone FOR HEATING and stove wood phono both phones 437 Frank Levin FOR SALE Horse buggy and harness Apply 1503 Clay St GOOD HEATING WOOD phone Sander Brooks Phone 1347mold ShetlandASTRAV Brown pony mane and tall clipped Liberal re ward for return to Rev W E Cave IF YOU want a piano tuner or repairer call on H W Wlllett with DU Baldwin Co STOVES CLEANED polished and repaired Brock tlatch 803 Wash- Ington New photo 11CO FOR SALE Furnlturo and fixtures In excellent condition The Kentucky Glass ant Queenswaro Co FOR RENT Olio 5room cottage on Tennessee St between 7th and Cth Apply to W D Greer 412 12 Broadway FOR RENT OR SALE Nino 9 room i house on North Seventh street lRolland home sixteen dollars a month 1900 on easy payments F M Fisher FOR RF TTwo furnished rooms I with all modern conveniences one front roonj Qentjemen preferred In quire No 713 Ky Ave J E MORGAN blacksmith 409 SThIrd Old Phono 457 Suporlo- Work guaranteed Exclusive agent for fibre stone silo wire tires the bt rubber tire made I NOTICE forsaleii gasolIne boatt In first oiass conditions Fort further particulars apply to 8 N Dupuls Eddyvlll Ky P 0 Box No 152 FOR flFourroom house on Harrison between 7th any 8th Sower attachments II Rowlapd 411 N SovonUj street FOR SALE Oft TRADEOne now farm wagon two gopd old wagons one disk harrow two sausage mills John T Bherron Paducah Ky R F D No 2 Box IP old phono830w NFJW THflEE ROOM house for rent with three acres of ground coy ner 21rd and Washington streets without or without ground Apply No 830 North Seventh fltrny Notice Taken up as a stray by J M fleas lay living 1U MQOracken county 12 4- ii a miles southwest of Paducah on the Cllntoi road and one mile nth df Molber ono block cow With tIght stripe down her hack and light coloraaWcd nose with trumpt horns with noVi other marks or brands valued bjr Clolce Edwards at 15 fifteen doi j lore V Given under my hand asaiJbsttce of the peace of SlcCrackeiHcciuttyj t this Nov 18 1905 J R THOMPSON J PfMC 1 USIXOlltrJr1INEih 14w 4- tt 11 1 t Street Cff o vJlWlA rl1flN1 Ona 4 South Third Street Uro dtoT- SLxth If The Paducah Traction aatiLlghtr company hns slanted a new Bcliedule for Us cars which It is belle M will give much hotter service vlt now runs Its oars around Oho belt IIni starting at First and the river goingrto Sixth up Sixth to Broad down Broad to Third tthence to Broadway and around to Fourth and vice vpr Ell In a few days thoso Sixth aijd Third street cars will go no further than Fourth stroll and those who desire can transfer1 at Fourth for ittiioo rtyor It is the first Limo the think lino has t t ever been used and passenanrs air now ride straight from First nndj IJroa4 war back to FoUrtnaiidiJroad r wayThe conductors and motormon of tho company ado out with now adgeaVand caps e Mr D P Robertson oft Boston Is exacted lIn a few days on a h fencss trip Ho has tltlen hero hoforo If nil marriages are arranged In heaven his Satanic ififfJislifliittSPf havo an Influential friend at court I 75 PRQT f 1 One ways fare for the 1 rround trip to1 V 1 I I j rl li i Kansas 1 f t Indian and t1 J OklahomaJtJIi TerritoriSRI t Texas V- New Mexico i t =W LKs I Rock Island System II ITickets soldrNov21 Dec 5 aid J1 If Nocb ugeofdepotSat Memphis or St Louis For descriptive Jltcrattr and full information wrltt + I r r lWJtJAJ t h J t p J WEDNESDAY DKCEMI1K11 fl PAGK MIX w SHE PADJIOAH EVENING SUN x IINDOLINGERED t AND GOT ONE YEAR lOt b l Ii lgft fBootleffgerst Convicted WCircnlt Court Yesterday Only a Short Time Ago Hor Refused iitv Ito Escape P1111 the Renton w K J n- t tI 1 MUJST SERVE A YEAU FOR ITI w 1 Sheriff Datvtti Heeves of Benton MarshaiU ooautov returned homo this anomhyg after delivering Undo Mur ffphyover to his bondsmen hero Murphy was Id Benton servltrs a term for Illicit whiskey Soling Stydrot weeks ago when three prisY oners escaped from tho Bonitoav jaU AluppfajVwiho couldi easily have sot ton but refused to leave saylnig that lie was too much of a anant to skip out and ieavo his bondsmen in UtI tole j 4 It seems that this action was prat- t convtoclnsr to Murphys bondsmen who released1 Mm whealve was defflv eredt hero by Sheriff Reeves At any fateMurphy went out to Job old home In Wayfleld and remained a day 01 two with Ms family and 1heJl Ills rease was called In circuit court yes 4 terday ho was art liarad to answer to I the cliaTfi that of grand larceny Murphybaqcoml up on the noon train wakfh was late and stated be feared the lateness of the train might eaiuso folm some Inconvenlenc but was glade to get here on time Murphy WB given 12 roonths Jn ihojKinifcntiary Ito yesterday after mpontfbr aiUirged grand 3arceniy and tflifs wltt camplicajtd matters a great deal tihe defendant having to answer to the federal court for Illicit wWs key fiefllnE oni several counts MiiirphY+ has spent many days In saIL for Illicit aslUnig Ifut ft Is said tl1lsls1e first time be has over teen convicted csf a ifelonj this offenses running generally la thebootleggLnr Jliie Murphy eras charged with stealing1 JSff from a coati named Du spree His ConykUon leaves matters in a vorspeculiar state He Is under bond In several cases here and elsewhere tto appear anU to answer charges of iijiclt whiskey selling and when the cases are called tnoudl Innfederal court th5t question Is whether or not h9 bondsmen will be held Ha Me for his failure to appear and an swer to the charge It is seen by the outcome of Mur phys trial yesterday that his refusal to escape w tty the other three pris oners at Denton Teeontly will cost bun a year at chard labor In the pen Itentlany unless h Is granted a new trial Although he is known all over this scctfon of the elate as tthe King of Bbotioggors Mninphy i has always been coasldSred honest and those wha know htm do not lAllevo ho Is igulltyofi Stearns anything from any+ ono Murphy Is supposed to have owned the shank at GllbertavHle that was t blown up by dynamite n foil weeks ago lie was away at the time and the cltlMns of GlMjertsvlHo claimed It was a blind tiger In tho case against G A Wilson charged with perjury tho bond was 9 declared forfeited Senator J Wheeler Campbell was thq bondman and 100 the bond- Mitchell Jackson colored was fin ed25 and costs for g nilng Tho case of Drucle Brantly against the supreme lodge Knights of Maca bees was dismissed t I YOU DONT WAVE TO WAIT Kyerydoicmtkci you feel better fiixFo kpi your whole nildet right Bold on th money buskpltu rerywhere Price So et 1 y nOT SINKS A Oasbllno ATalr Gout Down Near tliu Hocks The gasoIno boat awnsd1 iby W UcIIu4aaKu of tlvis city bas sunk be KYlow the try docks but with probably bo saved Sho was tied up for debts and the gasoliin eniglno liad been Fold Tbavlnig only th1t cabin and hail Sho was jbullt op tho order of a steam boat but was math When the river was falling she was left hlgh and dry and now the water Is high ACf that can be seen of her fa1 IWT halts Ion smokestacks The damage w81 not bo much It Is tihonjRiht iI GRIPIT tho coldrare that dace work In 8 hour und thlnot make you lIck Try ISTOTZS d SPECIAL for home in boxesr dozen Try them This iis a most convenient method for family use OLD I H NR A LIVELY SOENEIi I ABOUT THE WHARF Fourteen Steamboats at tho River Front Today Tlio WilliSoonWith Dago Dcckliniuls lIeroII I I OTHER NEWS OF TIlE JUVUU9 River Stages Cairo 2C9 15 rise Chattanooga 97 08 full Cincinnati 390 lC rise Evansvllle 309 03 rise Florence 25 14 rise JohnsonvJlle 32 05 rise Louisville 129 10 rIse Mt Carmel 121 07 ML Nashville 202 02 rise Pltteburg 117 58 fall Davis Island Dam 125 42 faU- St Louls9 05 fall Mt VernonllIsslng- pndueah225 20 rise Burnslde 114 65 fall Carthage 1C5 10 rise Business was lively on the wharf hls morning and there were more iteamboats at the river front than or quite a while at one time There were 14 boats from the marine ways o the dry docks Several tie boats were here getting eady to go out The big rise In all he rivers has revived the tie busl less Already the stage of the river las reached 225 feet and will bt ilgher This Is a fine boating stage nd enables the boats to reach many an dings that they could not get to a ew weeks ago A largo amount of orn hay peanuts and lumber are tow being gotten from country land age The boats here and on tho ways his morning all at one time were the Jettle Owen Mary N CastallaClyde losmer Dick Fowler J B Richard on Tennessee Lyda Chattanooga led River Victor Grace Velio and lenrletta Other boats were over at he island An unusual scene here was a crew 4 it Dago deckhands on the J B 1 Uchardson which steamer was justII rom St Louis going to the has quit her trade over at St- outs and Is going to Nashville pre umably to enter a trade on the Cum erland river It was stated that most jj- If tho boats around St Louis use vhlte labor as the negroes cannot be epended upoh The large Frisco railroad transfer arge Is off the dry docks and ready obe taken to Joppa where It will e used Supt Young Taylor of the ocks has three more of these barges i o repair but they have not been i wrought up yet There Is lots of drift coming down ho Ohio and Tennessee rivers Some j ery fine logs have passed here The Joe Fowler Is todays Evans Hie packet Marvin Aikln has resigned as third terk on the Clyde to take a place as lecond clerk on the Shiloh which loat runs between Danville and Sa annah Tenn Joe Odle of Perry Jlle Tenn has accepted the opening m the Clyde The J B Richardson arrived th nornlng front St Louis on her way o Nashville Tenn The Tennessee will get out for the Tennessee river this evening at C clockThe H W Buttorff Is duo from 31arksvllle Tenn and will leave for Nashville soon after her arrival The Rees Lee leaves Cincinnati ids evening and Is due hero Satur lay en route to Memphis The City of Savannah leaves St outs for Memphis tomorrow evening and Is duo here Saturday morning The City of Saltillo Is due out of he Tennessee river Friday night for 3t Louis The Tntnrll Lee leaves Memphis his evening for Cincinnati and Is due here Friday Tho Royal arrived here at lOa m from Golconda She left on her re turn trip at 2 p m The George Cowling made her reg ular trips today between Metropolis and Paducah The Kentucky Is due tomorrow from tho Tennessee river with a big cargo of peanuts and lumber tub TwIMgJvt which sank near Pit t1JburG belonged to thoconvbtao Tho John A Wood and Sprague are comlmg up from New Orleans The Wood broke a Pitman but 1irfd H repaired at Memphis Tho Sprague psrssed there Monday Miuli of the valuable floa tins prop erty swept oul of the Kentucky rlvor by the B cent rite has been recover od The a1ll boat Woodruff has 1 laid up fit Cincinnati AbaIti 100 loaded coal boats aro at Ix ulsvlJo waltilng to ibo brought southThe Hghthouso steamer Lily re- i I We Sell For Cash Only 1 a j I I A re We Sell 11- For Cash Only ECONOMY SALE For the Men Who Work for Living tandHave No Money to ThrowAway whose Who Wise Will now economize Save your penniesIIyour dollars will selves In this great sale of Clothing and Furnishing Goods we give you the chance to save both your pennies and your dollars This is not a cheap sale but a sale of good merchandise at a cheap price Come and see yourself Cash buying saves you lots of 9 money s Read the Cut Prices That the Grand Leader Offers tij Heavy blue ribbed Underwear that sells the world over ffor 40 dozn of boys everyday Knee Pants sizes 4 to 14 in this19c J SOc per garment in this economy sale we will sell it forb sale a pair will oe yours forL I t A heave black fleece lined Jersey Glove that all stores sell offer you All l Sweaters in black white and Ox98cfor 25c in this sale you can buy a pair for lOeW colors regular 200 value in this sale for 4 4we3 C y f 4IIGood heavy Cotton Sweaters all sizes many patterns the A gpodhcavy+ blue Jersey Shirt sizes 14 12 to 17 12 best values you ever saw for W 33c necka regular 7Sc value in this sale forr Boys heavy ribbed Stockings a regularise value in this good heavy Cotton Sox that is sold the world over for5csale for 9cA in this sale we will sell them for A regular 2Sc value in Suspenders a good webbing and 1OD doze taiijmd blue Sox that are always sold for lOc in3ccross backs atthissale tie will sell them for Sale Starts 15 00Sllit or 10001 Sale Starts SATURDAY 18 00 Overcoat Suitor 1250 SATURDAY ODec Dectl 9 5 Ww azwx rtrn CJ f I jivrncd Saturday from Peoria and is at the afoot of Markot street She I wlj J ae today or tomorrow to nr- nngo tho tights on the way to Cairo aifor which she wia go into winter juflrtors at Paduoah QloboDomo crivtfThe steamer Blanche anrlvdJ yes terday from Hamburg and will go top duca1t to run rn tho Cumtolrland amd Toancssoo rivers du tog the winter She probably will bo towed iby tho J D Richardson whiJ1lis toe Vo today for NashvlMe Tenn OloboIXmo era t Gprdad Eatfa tort yostoday with t- TUt itihe Intention of going through to Grafton If tho ice is nat too heavy She will return tiVs morning and Wdvo duplnig the day oiocompanlcd by the Bards EastoaTid Ease for Pa ditnaQi wihoro adl wilt co Into nvlntor qitapteni This wtJl1 close navigation ajjovo tho city this jcar fllobeDcm ocrat A Madison Iqdi dispatch says Oapfc Charlw WlKlam of tlIoe steam er Wopkuro was Jnt niffht patnfuMy hurt iby fnillinis ton feet Into o coal Ijiirss over wthloh ho was walking to his boat lie was taken on the ATO I on ttoday to hs homo at Warsaw Ky t A Kondorfiorv dos itr1e seys Oapt Michael OonWXy aged seventy died at this homo in SpotUAIXeI this ooun tty of pnoumonta Ho was prominent Jn ever circles especially on Green river STIIKBT VOIUC Will Uo Consldmd by Denial of Tub lie Works TcNlny The board of1 Public works will meet this afternoon In regular session and wlK take action In the matter of accoptng Third street from Ken tuck avenuo to Fourth and Broad Tho Street was Inspected yosloN day and eovral chipped ibrlcJc found Hcvctral amalt plows of bod curbing woro also noticed bus those defects will amount to only a Tow doVars not enough to hors the accoptanc ol tho street ort CJty Engineer Wash ington Wilnks Tho ostjmateMfor tho j work are being prepared and lKngtn- her WarhlngtonI thinks that lio will have them flnliJi tl tby ChristmasI IfI he Is not caned out of hs offlco f and take care of for Wool frotjucntVy Ono dad ot of Ills omen puts thim bark a great dean Heps tsrom the street iasp xtor reJatlve to damage to street by tho rootnt rains wHl silo bo resolved and other routine matters looked nf tor KENTUCKYNEWSLETSIatir Fulton Ky Dec flMrs Doulah Elliott wife of W H BHIctt dktd near hero For ttnio past two years Mrs El liott Ivad Hiifforod with consumption Sho was SO yews old nod loaves it tiusUnnd and thrna AhWd ron Voniior MayflcUl firs AlunlPt- MayfloTd Ky D ecItl Mary n lggM run tity of ulilMvlty won teat nod In Iwl v7e MowJay wftoraoou Docemlbor 4tk In the iparlfrns of Rev Stafford of the Christian church to- MIr James If Oa ton ot LouUvllIo 11r Gastoa la connootxi with the PuUmaiv Palace Oar Co wwi has boon o rwridantof LoulsyiKO for nnny q r I years They loft loutsl Oo on a bri t dal trip Fovuh and wil bo gone sev ara1 uar ztisrt whk b th y wtll go toI Memphis wihoo ifhoy will reside IIII the future Miss Mary Briggs Is at dau htor of Mia E J Briggs of this cityt and a slstor of Mr Sara Briggs she line re lcd hone for nwyiy years Dropped IJrinl Making a lire Cynthann ICy Dec 61IOevS- twart a tamer living at Cdnnore vllle dropped load from heart tall uro whlto building a flro In the kltch pn stove so the rxuhi prepare his breakfast Ho1 was fiftyeight years old Chnnge let JlIsthr JncktJu2tIKy Dec GT M Marrow has sold his stock In tho Jackson Hustler to Jniiioo Ilargm and has now I 4tI rest1 from tho ninnngomont of tho paper Mr Morrow has boon the edi tor for tho past ten years and retires out account of disagreement with the iJorgiB brothers regarding tho policy of the paper The Hustler Is at press ent without an editor but a deal is now said to bo on where J Jt CHnch o l tjAICJJ= Or I xrr 9 an attorney for Hnrgls and F I Fletcher manager of the llrenthltt Coal Iron and Lumber Co will pur chase the plrnt and Issuo tho paper with the same pglluy as herotofofe Mr Morrow will make homo lit 1Winchester w KYI iotoiiU OUT Terrible Accident KulTcm Hy An- Itidluun tVoiiian- Evansvlllo Ind Dec GWhlhtMrw Delta Gray of Tort Urnnh In dlnnn was working In tho Kitchen she struck her right eye on a nail In the wall rho eye wus gouged oft tlntlIfell In Mrs Grays outstretched hIUII4tf j Fulloii Couple 1Vcd In alrotFulton Ky DC aIast oveni lag at 8 oclock at tUo ro ldcnco of Mr and Mrs W F Boone HOG 1 Walnut Miruet Mrs Vfnnlo It Ad ants and William No cn Adamak bath of his place iwero unted In marrlag brideisand tt14taea I yOSrh1 U jo I TT T L f H a I f Irf p rewsters4 MillibriS iJ 111 U I Ic ILI s 17 GEORGE nAn MCUftUEO llf1lII OUCHAIl CLEAVES = I L i i4iI I 1ontIaae1 From Yesterday I U 1 XXX n rM OXTY you nhtlbreaking my heart wan thb flrst and on ly appeal Mrs cray pvcr made to him It yras two before the 23t nml It Illd not collfo 1 1dIR after tim soooiullinnd store men I j tr1vun away trolq tier door with J Jthebulk of his clothingl In their wag i on Sho nnd Peggy had aeon little ot llrt wner and ISIs nerypuii rcitlessnes alarmed them Ills return WOI tuti Ilibl1l1bhflportion ot his fortune on his unwilling subjectst When ho gave 7000 In cash to 1 homo for newHboys oven hlr frlfridi jumped to the conclunloti that lie was mad It WON his only gift to clwrUy tfntlllortcuitcil hlmotlvo In wv giving aFthls time by recalling Sedff j4 wlekA7 Injunction to give Hparltigly to charity lEverything was KOIIU from his thoughts but the Overpowering easenlexs to get rill of n few troublo HOIUU thousands Ho felt like an out cast n jmrlnli n hated object that lu fectetl every one with whom be came III contact Sleep was nltnfat Imjioj Idle cittlug wan a farce lie gave elaborit slippers which lip did not touch Already lib best friends were Idiscussing the mlvUablllty of putting him In It sanitarium wbcru his mind J might be profcorVcrt Ills cttfo was I looked upon an peculiar III the history of mankind Xo writer Vould find n parallel no ono could imagine n com parison MM Oray met him In the hallway of her home na bwiti ijerfously pock I flliiB Uiii CO Im luut hfiwlvwl lu pay ment for lthi clothes Hdr face was llkcvfliut of a Khpit He tried to nn vecher reproof but tile words would not coiae and lie tied to hla room lock lIthe door after hint Ho was at work there on the transaction that was Jira Gray met Mm in the Ititlltwj q qtorecord the total disappearance of I Edwin Brewstcru million his final re i I port to Swcnrengch Jones executor 01 l James Sedgwlckrt wilt On the floor wiiis bundliu of pacLngx careful wrapped nnd tint and on the ably wan the long sheet ot white jijipor on which the report was being dniwn The packages contained rccclptsthou Hand upon thousand of them for thc dollars he had spent Indicia thiui a year Tliey were them for tho Inspec tion of Kwearcugen Jones faithfully and honorably kept as It the old westerner would go over In detail the count less documents lie lund the accounts balanced up to the hour On the long sheet lay the record of lug ruthlessucss the epitaph of u million In his pocket was exact ly 7003 This was to last him for less than fortyeight hpurx anti then It would go to join time relit It was i I his plan to visit Jraut Itlpley on the iI afternoon of tho YM nUll to read the J rcpqrt to them In anticipation of the meeting with JonotTon tho day follow hug Jut before nooif lIttcrJiIS encounter witH Mrs Gray f1 t110WUlltllirs nun Imtdly for the I1ioC time in lays timuught out Peggy ThieFianr the old Hinllo In his eyes and tire djabearilness his volco when ho camo4 upon her 1 1Intho library Sho wait ilot rending pleasures and all tho Joys of hnd tIM from her mind anti she only of the disaster that was 1 1IItolug to tim boy Hire had always Ills heart smoto him ns he ll Into the deep spuiber fright ened eyes running over with love nnd fear for him- Peggy4 do you think Im wprth any thing moro from your mother Do you I think she will ask mo to live hero any longer ho asked steadily taking bet I hand In lils Hers was cold Ills as hot as flro You know what you salt away off yonder somewhere that shed let mo live hero It I deserved It I nm n pauper Peggy nnd Im afraid IHI may haVe to get down to drudg cry again Will she turn mp out 7 Yoi know I must havo sonowhcre to live h Blinll It bo time poorhouse Do you re member saying ono day that Id cud In tim poorhousoV She was looking Into lilt eyes dread I ItiK what might bo seen In them I But there was no gleanfi of Insnnltj there there was no fever Instead there waq tho quiet amllo of tho moan who 1III atlsfleU with himself nntj the world Ills voice boro traces of emotion but U was tho voice otono Lio has perfect coulrolof hum wits j it Ugouo Monty she n kcd J iUerbi ho said opening Ills pilrse with steady fingers Im back to where I left oft n year ago The million III gone and ffljr Wings aro clipped Her face was wliltoj her heart was In tho clutch of lee Hpw could he be sri calm about It when for him she was Buffering such a ouy Twice she started to speak but her volco tailed her She turned slowly hiul walked to tho window keeping her back to the man who smiled so sadly and yet so heartlessly I didnt want the million Peggy he went on You think as the rest do I know that I was a fool to act as I did jt would be rank Idiocy on my part to blame you any more than the others for thinking as you do Ap pearottcea nro against me the proof Is- o ntifrlilng A year ago I was call oil u man today they are stripping me of every claim to that distinction Tho world says I nui n tool a dolt almost a criminal but no ono believes I am a man Peggy will you feel better to ward mo If I tell you that I am going I to lbegin life nil over again It will be u new Monty Drowsier that starts out again in a few days or If you will It shall be time old one the Monty you once knew Tho old Monty sire murmured oriiy dreamily It would be good to cc hshmus3 munch better than to lee ilie 1oz1t7oftlie last year And In spite of nil I have done Peggy you will stand by lI1e7 You wont desert mo like the rest Youll be the same Peggy of the other dajs hocrlcd his cnlmnes breaking down How c 1yol auk Why should you douuriiio For a moment they stood silent each looking into time heart of the other each eelni the beginning of a new day Ciiultlljin volio trembled ItnllJ- tCrIlIIII wonder If you care enough Ior lob toto nut he could only loot time question To start ill over ncalii wIth you dip whispered Yesto trust yourself to the prodi gal who has returned Without you rhlld all tho zest would be nli tho hiHkM Peggy I want yoii youl You do love me I can see It In your eyes I can feel It In your presence How long you have been In realiz hug Itl silo said pensively as she stretched out her arms to him Kor many inlnutos lie lucid her close timid ng a beautiful peace lu tile world f J 64 444 agll IiHow long have you really cared 7 ho asked In a whisper Always Monty all my life And t too child all my life I know It now Ive k own It for months Oh what a fool I was to lucite wasted all tuti love of yours anti all this love of mine Hut Ill not bo a profligate In love Peggy Ill not squander nil atom of It dear not ns long as I live And we will build a greater love Monty as wo build time new life togeth er Wo never can be poor while we have love ns n treasure Yon wont mind being poor with tiiel ho asked I ctiut bo poor with you sho said lmply And I might irate let all this escape mo ho cried fervently Listen Peggy wo will start together you ns my wlfo nail my fortune You shall bo nil that Is left to mo of the past Will you marry mo tho day after tomorrow Dont say Ko dearest I want to begin on that day At 7 In the morning dear Dont you see how good the start will bo I Heart Weakness The action of the heart depends upon the heart nerves and muscles When from any cause they become vvjfcSk or exhausted and fail to furnish sufficient power tlie Jicarti lint ters palpitates Tcips beats and in its effort tkccp up its work causes pain and distress such as smothering spells short breath fainting pain around heart arm and shoul ders Tile circulation is im pedcd and4hc entire system suffers from lack of nourish nieizt Dh Miles Heart Cure makes a heart strong and vigorous by strengthening these nerves and musclesjI lied pnlpltnllon and pain around wasInctlrrbIoIIclIHenrtCuNlhree onllJ1verandteclQfIfIIndI want you to know that your mcdlclnm cured mo It relieved mo from the first diwiv and I kept right on till the pain In my client wits none and I kept 1ulttnklnllUeldlnff Mich Dr Miles Heart Cure lII told by your druaolit who will Guarantee that the first bottle will benefit II It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind GRIPITY J the coldeuro that deswork In 8 houn ant thetltl Mtmtfci jroudck Try l And ho pleaded so ardently nudl BO Iearnestly Hint ho won hk joifit cvei r though it grow out of n whim that she could not then understand abe was it LtbjMrA tihtll iif IplnVnnl his object III having tile manlag take place on time morning of tiet li1i two hours bet httiio tlpio set for the turning over of thS BudRwlcU millions If nil went well thby would ho UrowntcrB millions lieforii ja dtloeU and Pegitys life of poverty1 would jjorcr 110 more than three hours pf tithe Slid helldved him worth n JlfotlWd of poverty Ko they Wduld Start tiio now life with hut ono lhmostsu3lobtlovetjggy i ngalnst hla desire to spend lid 10 that still remained but ho wait linn In lila determination They would dine and drive together and fleq ili of theold lire that was icfton 70 Thenoli JIm next day they would start nil over attain There was one rude mild input of dismay when It oVcnrred to huh that leggy nilclit he considered luUnssdt If sue became lila wife he tore 1 0 oclock But ho realized at once lint It wan only demanded of him lint he bo iiShnllbss timid thrtt libf Iltls efes no object that had been acquired through the meMlum of Kdwln Peter UreWstcrs motley Surely this wife who was not to come to him until his last dollar was gone could not be tbo product of ah old mans llegacy Hut so careful was ho In regard to tho transaction lint be decid ed toborrow money of Joe Itragdon to buy tho license amid to pay the minis ters tees Not only would he be penal less on the day of settlement but he wpnld bo In debt So cliangcd was the color of the world to him now thnt even time failure to win Bedgwlcks millions could not crush out time new life and the now joy that had chine to him with the winning of Peggy Gray To Be Continued MATXXK KOVAfc Iletwpcn Discharged Mexican Hwltrli huii nnd lUlhvny Ollicluls 121 Paso Tex Doc C nisr atchos received hero state that a battle tttok place at Torreon1 Mexico between thirty dlscfhaigiJd Mexican switchmen and severn eiiiployea and offldala of tho Mexican Ccniral railroad Several oil 4he Mexicans were wounded and Supt W rr iPnoveTico of the Chlhualma division tiarrowCo esp ed With his tife The fight resulted from demands anode by time discharg ed switchmen awd wJiIch wore un- liockd by Proon TThis iJIexlcans stormed itho railway Slhtiou fertlfl kwlyes Knhu and stones Shots were exchanged H la said and four of the Mexicans gained entranco to the bll Id InS One had a dagger uplifted ito stair Provence iwhrn Jose Ouenora teclul agent of the railway tired a machine gun wounding the Mexican and drlvdns the others Crom tho ibuilld ng Eventually al the besieging party vas repulsed RUr los ttinvo been dispatched to tha scone heart KlutteriiiR Undigested food and gas In the stomach locaUd Just bolbw thu heart presses wgahist It anti cause heart palpitation Whon your heart troubles you In iihat way talte Tier blno for a few days You wlM soon bo all right 50c a bottle Sold by Alroy Lists drug store OAllMXJIKS I VTICST lie KndouH n Technical School Per Women Plttsburg Pa Dc CIn the midst of his many ibenefacHns for IVittahuilg Andrew Carneglo ivan not overlooked the fair cex Director Hamerschilng of the Carnegie techni cal school in addressing tho pupils of the Institution today formally an nounced thtvt tho mindI of Sldbo has made provision for a technical school for womonj whitoh will Ira opened next spring The course of study 3Ir HamwSohlag says wtll bo absolutely irnlQiio and will contain timings taught In no other Institution In the coun try i Cured Paralysis W F Dally P 0 True Texas wrltcia My wlfo had boon suffor ins five years with paralysis In hoi arm when1 I was pirsuadodto UEO BaMards Snow Liniment which oared hor aW intent Ihnvo also used Ft for old BOTOS frostbites and skIll eruptions It does the work Sold by Ahoy List Subscribe for The Sun TRY ME I Am a Good One The- Senior Cigar Suits All Be SMITHS NAGEL DRUG STORE Fourth and Broadway LIIi1Trj F ell h n1 lie doesnt Relieve that advertise ments tellilii truth Plttsburg Dls patih Her Complexion Mistress Her complexion Is gcnn Inc Isnt It7 MaidOh yes Indeed Ive seen theI box she takes It froth and It says Use no Imitation Browning Mag nillie A Practical Application I Jane do I not hear a mile voicqln the kitchen Its only one of my brothers sir I was liot aware you had any broth ers Jane Neither was I until this morning sir when you sold in your seriuou we was all brothers and sisters Tatler Ji3tel MagBilly regrets ter say tiat our cngil mont hums got ter be broke off Billy Wots do trouble now MagMo ma wont leave nio wear yet ring no more con It makes me lin ger black Leslies Weekly Tlioae AtTful Dad wLulu Me nnd mo bruddcr cant do notliln hut what pa sees us Ho can keep his eye on both of us at once Willleaiy dads cross eyed tooStLoUis PostPlspatch Value tIer Talenta I lawyer Doclor Yes uiy wife used tto be n JonesWhat does she do now DoctorTries my patience Now York World IChurchI eee a Now Yoik man has fourteen educated dogs Oath uIIIGood grnclpusl No wonder chlldrcnlIn 5c g CHRiSTMiS TREE F FOR HE POOR I i Tho Rev Jl W Clilfos to Give Youngsters Usual Treat Axlin Tlin Sunr ItemloiH to AsMlt in hits V TJi hiiiulatilu IKnlcr iii1s- hI iiil TO SKXI 1WXATIOXS The Chrlstman blunt Is already In the nil and tho youngsters nro writ I Ing letters to Santa Claus every night Time Jolly old fellow will come wltlt his sleigh loaded to Its fullness to the hbntoa of ninny little fellows nsJ ho httB prospered greatly tho past y ni To a great host of children the tin kle of Santas sleigh bells la rarely I heard however The poor tots nr not usually on his visiting list Out thead children have a friend In Paducah who usually sees that the big hearted saint does not slight them Tho Reverend R W Chiles of tlmd5 Rescue Mission With lila estimable wife Mr Chiles gives the poor of Pa ducah a Christmas tree every year and Is now at work soliciting for tho tree to be given this year The press has always assisted Mr Chiles each year and The Sun shall do so again this year Wo unto u good many friends who also assist In the noble work had are counting on them again too Every day the coupon below willI be published In The Sun as a remind or of the Christmas tree and for our readers to use In making any contri butions for It The contributions can bo sent to The Sun or Mr Chiles at any time Send anything a toysome wearing apparelor money Just arty thing It will be appreciated I I g I enclose you a contribution j I for thin Chrlstrnnn tree for the rf benefit of tile poor children of fc 4SIgnedAddress 3 CoUKliIng Spell Caused Death Harry DuckwoH agedl 25 years choked tto death early yesterday morning ot hin homO tIt the presence of this wJfe andi chM lIe conirnctcd a slight corA a fiw days ago and paid but aittlo attention to It Yes terday moaning he was seized wtb a fit of coughing which oanttoucd for some time Ills wife scat ifafl jmhys loinsI hut before too could arrive aim other coughing spall came on and Duckwell died from suffocation St Louis OlobeDemocrot Dee 1st 1904 Bayards Horohound SjVup would havo eavcd hlm 25c 50c and 100 at Alvey Lists rug store STANDS HIGH ICtMitiirky Malice n boil ShowliiK In Toltacro nut Wlilskoy Washington Dec CAn a rovonme Producing state Kentucky uunka fourth In the Union She produced 21754099 out of a othIofl 2411 187970 collected In tho flscali year ftadedi Jume 30 1905 by the Internal revenue bureau Thai la shown Jn theanmual report of Commissioner Yorkes which IB made public Kentucky ranks rscond oa a producer of dlBtlKed eptrlts 30848701 gallons httrtns been manufactured during thu year the total for the United States being 13323937C eal Ions As a manufactairlner of tobacco KenitucJiy stands third thor prod tic tlon btis 4070d729 pounds mho firth Kentucky collectlana district Ltouiavlile ranks second Ini tho country 35908485 pounds being Its production Land Ofllcc DIsinlssjils Washington D C Dec GJ E Pattljdhn register of the General land ofl1at VaCentlnr Nebiaska has boon summarily dismissed on 9 charge of pa ticlpatine In a question able land deal COAL And Kindling Wholesale Peed and Public Storage Warehou- seOTiEOVERSTRET OLD PHONE 479R 823 Harrison Street I t t J J I it +1 tBHifneii mer tadf til1 otheri 1 101ro their bank account whir they will r crfli n k rE tnabU a e e ommodatlon prompt atUntlOH aii Mtil tt twui treatment in Iii vlUd to 6 a aa a a6iutf wllk tn I otr American German National Bank j cJUbllh d 1811 3 f Capital Surplus 3SK000 Dpoilti U7tJ 6p6 f- tCrto I C Thompson Pres Id L Atklra Cuhl lerIDIRJCCTORST flooti And Sfioirs W P Uradnhiiw erCoiamonwealth Attorney J A Dhaer VhofeVrnfe Poti i tery L F Kolb of DulJoU kolb A Co Wholesrle Urugs fi Aj Petter Pie ldent H APetter Supply Co C P1 Rleke of C H Rieke Son 1 Wholesale Dry Goods Mu coe Burnett Superintendent and Treasurer Pudacah Watrfr Co Geo C Thom llOlj President I Interest allbranebear i h aii SVIOTTS 1II i I l r tlotmcn1 1 11 t 1knowni bccoinca ftlOO i J1byIBOLD BY ALVEY LIST AND 00 C KOLB PADDOAB KT J i VP VITAL POWER TABLETS will tt store to you ths snip vim and vigor olI manhood The are a heilihy nttnral food lor the nems nd act at a tonic to wornoot netv 3u men To Iniure prlvicy wo tell V I fabtets by mall mid by mill ouly In pliln package tirrpild at Jt per b x The Arm stronc Tablet Co 401Tolama BlocK Detroit Mich MECHANICAL DRAWINGY- oung men cia become dratimea na chlniit amlothea Increase their Income iby takIng up II tudy front n pedal correipond ence school for this line 01 worlr Send for par iOVtulTeOLUluting K Bslbsrgs CorrespoiieMce Scinl NEWPORT n i orr SEE- PARRISHPARRISH I lewelry I byWf t 201 SOUTH THIRD BTRCfT PADUCAH KENTUCKY NEW- fELEPHONE SUBSCRIBERS addedbyherompauy today 1096Tiounoman E Rosldonicd S2S South Sotth 1747 Oehlsohitaogeir Goo M Ue3 IdHjace rx03 Foumam nvent- mc1749tcg4Av TA RfslxlpnpeJIU South Fourth 49S Stahd T J Co Tobacco Brokers West Dlsr Warohouao 1743V1rren W N Residence 1021 Sou1JhFourt- b524rCouncl Elmer Rpsldence SL John Road 1SSS bardmer Geo A Residence Sixth and Broad 1005 dneonitoa C E Residence Thirteenth and Jefferson 19C5 Plxlor B II ResMence 1003 South Eleventh 12C1 Rabmson Rov 0 WROsI denco 712 Sautih Slxtih Like other commodities telephone service should be paid for according to its worth and value According to the last telephone di rectories Issued we have In the elf about 2500 subscribers or live times as ninny as the Indepandent Co outside the city and within the coun ty we have 63 times as many sub scribers as the Independent Co Yet we will place a telephone Ju your residence at the same rato the Independent Co Is supposed to charge and provide In addition long distance facilities whlcB will enable you to cach BO000000 people from your homeCall 300 for further information EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY IIcIAN WI WM1rLJ REAL ESTATE AGENCY prM 1L41 kfl1wutow tcmvciiv PAUU tIooeoUOIrrEXCItANOCDCARft POI InuIaU4 KWMI t = m a KILLTHI COUCHANI CURE THE LUNCS KingsNew YI I F PricsF100 OLDS Free Trial Barest and Qutckeat Oure for all THROAT and LUNG TROVE j LES or MONEYDAOK 1 Quo fliliiK u nuih cau always bet oh with a e rollty of winning is thai Ills gas bill is going tq bo bigger thau be expects It to be Iii fr Insure With I- LLBBOIJT p General Insurance Agency 3ofr Broadway over Globe Bank and Trust Co TeloOFFICE 388 J1RESIOINC isus i5 S IAc1TIeH9t JP H RoMB- rookport IlliHdlaRA- TEStlOOPERDAY = Llverjr Rial Furnished at keioitabi Rates Henry Mammen Jte- Iseo01 tIi nit u 11Book Binding Bank Works Ltjdt J1and library Work iipt ftyt I 3 ABRAM L WElL tco J CAMPBELL BLOCK nfINSURANCEn ll THE HEART + OF NEW YORK CITY IPassengers tIcketctyal B O SW to New York aref now iande4sat New West23d Street Terminal most convenient station In Nw York City located in the heart of tho shopping hotel arid theater ills trict In addition to electric cars Ian Electric Cab and Carriage Ser vice has boen established auld popu lar prices prevail Stopovers are allowed at Washington Baltimore i and Philadelphia For full particulars call on your nearest Ticket Agent or judross j 0 P M ARTY General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio 1 NEW STATE MELD H A Bailr 7 Ptop METROPOLIS ILL cityRates I rooms Bath robins Electric I lights The only centrally locatedt I hotel Iii the1 city I Cttaaercial hr0Mfe 5ltcU4 St Louis und Tennessee Iiv r l i 1Ci iFOR TENNESSEE REVEl STEAMEK CLYN tl Pailucth for TMUMMM Mret vtyWednedayat4 jiit ttEUGENEflu cetoitany Ia ml iretfeWil ttfiroic chareti ulsiI eill4c6l to ufItrltol thirvbti 5 r LESS THAN HALF FARE FOR ROUND TRIP Io Flints In Iki Wnt ail SwUiwHt J October 8d ml 17th Jouaber 7lh i lad 2ht tcctmber 5lk ill WthlMJ VIA 1- ISSOURI PACIFtC IRON MWWTMN SYSTEM Ticket libw liberal limit and atop over privilege affording an zee1lent opportunity tovUlt the territory that I nowlIUr ctlDIf the putloolar atteni tlon of the boraomocUor and tareiUir for ilesortpttvolitoraturo anil rortiwir UforV watIoasd esN I I H 0 TOWNBEKDa P and V A i af Loyma aa f- I 4 1 oftlo 0 9r 0 IIP w l dyd dRAy ThJS he Y fU5- f FOR DRUGGISTS f The Tax On Patent Medicines Effective April 1st Thllll to fllve Them Time in Which 4tot Oct IU 1 of the Stork on Hand tr t MAXUFACTUKKUS GET 1 MOXT1I Notification hay been received that the date wtornh had been set ns the time when ithu Cu 1 fig of the treasury ddepartment relative to the tax on alcoholic compounds labeled es melt E fIplnosl and presented to the public as remedies of diseasedI should bo come effective had been extended for one iivonrth regarding the manu facturer iartJ for tour months regard ilniffllhe druggists sand other total dealers The ruling TO question was 1 protmrlgated September 12 fast and iprovlded for the taxation1 of imanu facturors of gash compounds adver ttised na medicines but which are composed chiefly of distilled spirit or mixtures thereof under the pro vfclona made for nectfflers and liquor dealors Druggists anti othnr retail 4dealers of such compounds who do liquorTaer tax This original date set was last Friday InrClrttular No G73 sent out from thrt office of John W Yerkes com missioner o Intornal revenue at r Washflofftaa under tiho dote of Sep t mbor 12 R was wdrjred that jn order that no Injustice array ibo done taxtampto these druggists anti Tnendhante I t In stock three compounds far ealm as eS medicines this tfcxcQar wJll not be put Into effect until December 1 1905 The jiotlflcaifcloh that the ruling wltih TOgwd to the urauwfaoturers S hadbIItt1 temporarily held up and would not go into effect until Jan t Ul1ryI 190i 5 and with regard to itiho retailermott until AvnA 1 Ii906 was not accompanied1 wIth any detailed explanation as to the causo for such action It Is thought however to have llen taken upon the represen l annniufaelthe that had been allowed them WalSnot sufficient to- f enialble them to obsernii the provis ions of the flaw withoutI loss r MINSTREL GIRLS Hear aSermon and Forsake the Stage I in n Body Wichita Kan Dec GFlve girls who have been traveling with the Clark female minstrel company de tided to quit theatrical llfeafter hea ring a sermon preached by Rev Al len S Davis at the First Presbyterian church Sunday morning The compa ny which was en route to Texas stopped here over Sunday The girh 4 went to the First Presbyterian church ttwhere they heard Rev Davis preach on The Evils of a Theatrical Life That night when the car was loc ked the girls climbed out the car- yy a window and stayed the rest of the night in the station This morning they went to Rev Davis and told him what they had done They stated that they had received no pay and were in a destitute condition lie took them to the office of the associated charities where they were furnished v with transportation to Fort Scott Kan where one of the girls has a slAter There they hope to secure work and earn money enough to re turn to their homes In Minneapolis They saId they had joined the com pany In Minneapolis three months at0 They gave their names as Lil lian Goers Belle Kemp Edith Graham Olive Lewis and Nellie Kemp CHANNEL FURRY vj 3To Connect England ami Franco Is Again IJelnw Considered London Dec OTho project of a channel ferry between England and France on which to transfer the f continental trains passengers and c goods from shore to shore has again fs been brought up Tim proposals Include the building of suitable quays for the reception 1 x of railway coaches and wagons and J the berthing of ferry steamers When the train has been shipped on board the steamer the passengers will find themselves to all Intents land Purpos ea In wall arranged stations They will be ablo to alight on a wide plat form and walk under cover to a j1waiting room refreshment room fsmokln room or private cabin t LUader the new project eight trains =1 will be run IntUIt 24 hour uud 11 la expected that two express train ferry V steamers each costing fCBOOQOwIll V be able to deal with tho traffic In the aptly stages of the scheme i t lNbesr b tThe tape mas Santa Claus Down to Business old are year and has up at ILIIThes 1 Paducahs Greatest Furniture Stores The Paducah Furniture Mfq Co Ii IToStimulate Buying Christ 20 Prct Reduction on All Furniture 1 r f THE brains f great designers the art the skillful workmen and the cultivated taste qff trained men to do the selecting are the motive power that make this gathering furniture what it Isunparalleled for numbers styles and for values We have searched the workshops every manufacturer We have Iim ported models to sell and reproduce our own factory And all this splendid furniture will be sold this 5 Christmas at 20 per cent off our usual prices J J I If you nre looking for chairs of gifts something nun has nhvays nut J A or a dressing table A chair Is soinetlilng that AVImt girl vho hasnt one wouldmt kind big always ajtpitclates Wo here have u makes an excellent present for wife is always npjirrrlateil by nay one not a writing desk for iwinii or you must llr t line assembly of mills every known t sister or SWlcthm1It Is something man or woman and nt Christmas Christinas Nothing morn nimble see otir lines linfort thinking of mak wiM d style mill table nut nt Jlrfrcjj they will always have appreciate time it suggests Itself ns an excellent could lhn found for wife sister or ins any purchases This Is one of that nre siirprlslngly low A new Ifsomething that is substantial We gift rhalrs lire the most sweetheart We have tome benutlour biggest departments mill ace linvo table In the llbniry nil added have a big line of both dressers and comfortable you can get Wo have n ful In desks alt the popular n xilciiillil assortment of every kiwi luxury to Its apnearaiirn nail one of dressing tables at ranging to big line just for the holidays and woods and lit very reasonable of u They are gifts par excel our very handsomest mahogany or suit any purse 7150 to 7 i thpy art from I175 to gl1 000 to 12 lence oak tables N just the thing BED ROOM SUITSI Davenports Iron adslateRacKs 75uhstmUIIICII Mould appeal to you We have a big bed you have been promising Thesit boxes ute just lino In nil popular setsall till A J ypats We hint a big thing for storing clothes In nail they woods mid1 nt to fit Ipurse ideal piece of fuiiilture See IIUS1 selection of very make a ornament for ally Plate racks 1 ilitu rut 7tel AIICX 5 d I1U0 to 15000 AVe nuke a spe otfeiIngsbig and varied Prices brass beds at i150 to 1jJi Car room IPut lint on your list Come j of thlcHIIIIIn 7i load just In a N here to get It 150 to 750 rellcitl thing for JllHrToday tomorrow every day we more than better the price ofany local furniture dealer Goods that are purchased now will be laid aside till youwant them delivered t TOY MOTOR IJarlslaiifl linvo Adopted n New Fad for Ituclni Purposes y Paris Pee new fad Is In vogue with Parisians Instead of I their lives In motor boats of large proportion they have taken to rac lag A fashionable motor oeIlargely attended by wealthy sportsmen and women of Paris has just taken place It was the occasion of the toy motor boat race for the valuable Drangor cup The 160 meters though there wore no restrictions placed upon the compete Mora as to the model of in many cases the owners of the boats wore tho manufacturers Great excitement prevailed M Fournler acted as and M Audlsterethe timekeeper or the automobile club officiated no timekeeper The winner of the race was M G Irani whoso little craft was only about n yard and n half In and IIs val ued at 2000 francs or about 400 Half a days work is worse fun than none 11Jr MIJ- tt Gets The fellows play over for the he taken his stand our store J of of of of of in dresser Rattan tickers leather nniiifrlatc lining parlor nut Rattan gives things prices prices rhalr Iron willow tho prices any pretty Iron nut pretty claltjr BOATS flA risking costly engine starter official length days Morris To Dedicate New School Henderson Ky Dec 6The Ho ly Namo parochial school was dedi cated this morning by tho IlL llov William Oeogo McCIoskoy of Louis ville Ho was assisted by tho Hcv Edward J Lynch priest lu charge atI the Italy Name church and the ltevI Joseph Bogart of lJbanonJ Ky An entertainment will be given by the pupils In the school Wednesday even ing The now building was recently completed at a cost of about 25000 A raco for cans driven by cabmen has been organized In Paris h lUSSHL SHOALS lAfLS Congressmaii lllchanlsoii Sfks to Gel Federal Cenetwslons- Fiorono7 l Ala DeeellsCongtesa man WUMam Richardson is rocelv Ing the plaudHa of Ms contltl1ent9 for his uwtllnK ortoiits 4o furthcr their InteroBta am ovorr Way Just now ho Is olaJnHrvB the attention of thii peoplo of tho Tcnneato valley for bolng tho author of a bill asking coagros to delegate authority for tho hurnosMnglft tho Jmments water power of luusol fihoaZB Just above Plonsnco on the Tonne fl MJ river t This bill has ClvOll the approval of tho thief cnslnoor of the federal government und thon Is not much ioalt apart it will become a lAW n ho presoat ucsslon When this U lone It will open up vast poaalblll ties for profitable investment and it wit mean that vast motivullOwori Snow gong to waste wilt bo utilized Senator Morgan chairman of Win 3iiaio vouuulttve to lnvcstlgato cone Jltlonu on Oho Tonntssco TI TT has epeatodty mid that if barns=tai no Mussel Bboal would affoislI Ito Ilargest motive power In tho United States Niagara falls oxcoptotl and i orootr city can bo fiifiiUhed to Chat h t Ofttothor surmounting cities Mr Hlclminlson wll at tho roquet of Krister AsTicrnft anti other goiitji era cotton inunufacturorn In4TodurJ n bill proyldimg or sending rn ex t collqtrlcst + Products iScwata Morgan will in trodiico n similar hill in tho senatet The ptrllojon the Ruselan railways stopped 40gOO game from making their trip tti Germany i thatl Is the monthly1 export to the neighboring empire 1 if I t + Ak il 7A Catalog filed lit the Bottom of a Desk Drawer is a good deal like a Needle in a Hay Stackits there all right if you can only find it 1 r 4 Catalogs of t dlfferentsbapeatI Sectional ta of lEIpt flliei where are rcan find i s Ita rvtvtr WA No fmfI ell elnnII wUwr7M tilt like and that MIGHT mean a good dealtI and E Catalog Filing Folder IItothe details i i word to Y and lie is sufficient SNAG IS STRUCK IN j TELEPHONE SUIT w The City Hasnt the 3000 to fay Back to the Company t I Ilii Omjmny Would 1rolmlily Do dint Io Annul the Contract If It Iliul TIIK AFFAIU NOW IX A TAXOMJ R u I Therel wilt In nil probability tic tn other suit to oust Uio Katet h OHMjsive Telephone Company The I ttty has struck a snag that 4tt placed a itsI owm way and overlooked Thu io4y eoUIcltor has reported lwat tho NIT tfiouhl pay the tfcphOM1om pany back Ita 3000 before further steps BTO taken and there are tiwo reason wiry Oio city will likely pot ido thli Ono la that It hasnt ihomoniy MId 10Jit it mfcbt undor thochar- ter appropriate J6 It wlU llkoly iOpt 40 appropriated bocauio tiho now ndmlnlstratfloa will seek to ro duo expont 3 nnacnt downtho lax rate and n4Y ircJjaWj oat vote t- Kpprpprlato 3000 too l irta sense leas fight being maUo lprincipally In tthel Interest of another oonxrorn ill The other reason is that the ulo phone company wouAll doubtless de vcllno to ackVpt tlio inoncy wero It L theLt IiOMPLAINTS CAUSED if HY HABITS Ol MVIXO KVKKY ItCITY VISITID nv CIIAHAC- TKIUSTIO AKKMCTIOX 8VV8 1AYXK I J J Of tho thousands of people who 1 1lav called on Payno and his assist t ants in tills city U is saidI that a ma jority was suffering with stomach troubles In different forms Payno explained that In each city visited some particular ailment is prevalent In some parts of tho coun try many are aflllcted with rheuma catarrimIntlt lost of tho suffering lint In Padu rnh It la said that It Is stomach ublo that claims many victim r xThe afflictions that aro common to different parts of tho country Payne explained ore duo to climatic condl i Mons and tho peoples habits otllv tng During Paynes visit in this city there wore hundreds of callersI wJjo i told about what they had lIurr rod bo cause of stomach troublueL Of the atones told by tlioso who called yesterday the statement mado 1 1by John Moor will glvo an Idea of tho work that the Paynes remedies are accomplishing I havo peon suffering for some Limo with stomach trouble whit gradually grow worse I toll weak and nervous and Iliad a coated tongue and bad tasto In my mouth Ipst or the time I frequently woko up In tho morning attar tossing iiVostl of the altfit+ fcolln moro UTOP thn when I w nltobed A tor day ago I decided to try tho Payile remedies and I bought somo bf the Kow Discovery My improvement Wan almost with tho fleet doso and mw I fool hotter than I have for ywra Another Interesting story was told 6y Irenry Korb who said bona i ptlmber of years I had been troubled with rheumatism arid my Joints wero wollontand painful I had tried Ypl- enslittleayThen I bought some of the rifeT preparations and almost as on is I began to use the medicine I iw rolloved Within two weeks the Dwelling was gono and tho palri Sad left mo nnd I fool better than I fc4 for a long whllo T iPaynos comedies can bo obtained enl hours at Smith Nagols 4th ti d Droadway J I Ao For Catalog or Salesman Telephone or wr- iteRhodes = Burford CompanyAgents PADUCAH KY the city has never fulfilled oxcopb In part mho telophomj company paid Its money and iKlitormed Its part of the iagreement and cannot bft made to rue lack tuny moro than u man coutd be rmod to swap 4aolcl a house and lot after the money had boon paid tired the deeds made and iroconJcd t The nther wilt fried against 4foo tcCephoUo company was tv anoro graft AnrJ Its result wan tibll contiractJ with the city in v5ilchi tho llatter agreed to iglvo time telephone company re coiirta tea every dofflar tlio1 city Alairnod ititos company owed for JlI tense polo rent taxes of other do itcrtiilionv and for a franchise all for 3000 Tho wxmpnny paid ho money and dial contract woa duly mule and Bfenod nU the suits sled against- bhni company by the city wore altl dismissed Whon the city stunted tto comply with thin part of the contract calls Ing for n tf ranchdso some of ho members of the boainl declnod1 to Incor potato Toasonfalilo rates or tht fame ratos charged now but dnstetdd on ml1ldl1a onaxdmum rate tJhtwOuJd not only bo loss than cliargoj now bub In addition cauOd1 not bo In crear wlthia twenty years s O mat tor If this company during that nme added ten thousand euibscnlbers to its sorvlco Tho company dtrcVmod to buy the franchise when it was offeredl for sate and as a resirlt the city tIal d to compTy with its iwrt of tfho contract to deliver the fnatucWse for y ixrt of the J3000 It collected Another ouster pulti wax then filed aivl Judge Reed recently threw it out of court Tho attorney son ernl of the state has since been InJ1 duced 4o permit Iho uss of fas name on part of tho comuiiqni wealth1 In bringing a new suit but front what ho saId whom here recently ho was under n misapprehension when hoper inlttod it as ho teemed to think that the people wore dlsKatlafled and wanted the suit brought whir tlhe people arc Juat the Opposite and ap parenKy aOl they want a the fir Ivl logo of cclectlmg their own tolephon eorvico paid pay+ ing the rate that they profcn Trite city solicitor now announces that the morn suit sbouW mot be ilirougfot untH to cltihu9 paM back the mones It collected from the com pan and as 41 hunt the money n1111111 l the company wonhi probably decline to tilto It batik If lt had itt tho telephone miiidd ihas apparently onkledl for omo time to come OAIHO XICOIIOKS As a Clas An the Worst of Any City in tho Union SprlngOold III Dec GArchdea con Edward U Roland of Cnlro spea meetingofHold fieldI at Arlon hall last night told of tho need of missionary work among tho negroes of Cairo who ho said were as a class about the worst nogrooH In any city In the union be- Ing responsible for the largo majority of the crimes committed In tho city He said there had been a great mis take made In giving tho negroes suf f rageBishopSoymour presided nt tin meeting and other speakers wore Goy Dencen Bishops Seymour and Oabourno and the Revs Alexander Allen of Springfield and William Mitchell ol Jacksonville Bishop Seymour In making up his committees appointed Archdeacon Roland a member of the committee on state of tho church IIICW IIONOIt Attorney T B Harrison Is Made District IKpiity for tho lleiww City Prosecuting Attorney Thomas B Harrison has received from Mr W II Pruttlckcr supreme organiz er of tho heavers an appointment as district deputy of that organization for Western Kentucky Tho local dam of leavers will bo Instituted Friday evening at Elks Hall and Mr Hftrrtauill will be otto of about 100 Paducahans to bpcomo members of this popular organization GENERAL COKJIL DISCUSSES CHANGES Tho Mayor anti Aldermen Mil for and Farley Go to Lexington A XiiiiilMr of AiiHMlnuMitH to the KoromlUlnKM Charter WIT tKntil On Last Night WHAT SOME OK THEM AUK 4 A Joint mootln of the aldermen and ooliiicllinont Was hoW at tho city hail last night iwsldcd pvcr by Mayor Yllsor for dIe purpose of dls Tusshrg amondmicnts to time second class charter which will benefit Pa itieah Mayor Yofeer reported that on De moor 8th a meeting of repr sonta tires of mho socomlcJass clUe wonid bo hold at oxlngton to agree on charter amendments d5 lredby these clUoe Ho and Aldermen Parlay and tyMor wore solvated to go to lLexing- ton and repreanwti Prod ucah Tho trtnonrtmonts agreed on as de aired by Padlucah uftw three hours discussion tire Ono wuthonlztog dttes of thfc sec oral class to glv 3i as much as 1500 a year to Cotmnenclal olubs One inquiring tho city auditor to keep a book of nil ordinances passed Instead of m rely referrtag o the ordinance amp keeping the ordinance tiled away In tho safet This will obviate tho lla batty of ordinances becoming lost or tampered with In befog handled by outsiders Ono Is requiring property owners to construct pavements according to whatever Irind of ordinance tho city may adopt It to claimed that at present the property over or Is only Toqulrod to have the work done un der the supervision of tho city oaigin r or and can put down any kind of a pavement ho wants Another 118 more explicit rosula lion Ire ToganJ to using tote tenyear pIm forl i arymg tar tttieet Improve ments It la dJalmod that this plan cannot now bo used Another is changing tote law and taldwg from ipollco court find jmris diction In potty larceny cases and sending them to county or circuit court us under the thlrxl otass char tor Awojlier is a provision making plain Ute working of prisoners con victed ita petted court off iml8dimean Cfs and allowing them to be worked on the streets 1 if desired Another Is for tho annual fiisoss moot to be meMo Independent of any ordinance which mayrbo passed or wilbhout the iwsEtatpe of on ordinance Tile 4 rcsontroffulatloTir compels the asaossnicnt nocordance with tho nssoaduwnt ordinance adopted Anotihor Is for the gonenal council to oloct the olty solicitor instead of fho pooijO as now AnofibT Is uKowlng tho schools a muxlnvirm of fifty Outs on Uio J100 It It Is necessary Tho maximum 1IItI now S3 cents on tile 100IAnother Is for tho city WEAK 1 WEARY WOMEN xvim tho Cause of Dully AVocs and End Them When tho back aches and throbs When housework Is torture When night brings no rest nor sleep When urinary dlt rcers set In Womens lot Is a weary one There Is a way to escape these woo Doans Kidney Pills euro such Ills Have cured women hero In Iadu calm This la ono Paducah womans tes timony 6 Mrs Martha Hamilton of G10 Ten nessee street says If I contracted a cold which settled In my kidneys it brought on a sovero attack of in lamination of tho kidneys and over afterwards I was subject to pain across my back although I used ov cry precaution to prevent It When the attacks woro nt their height tI- was prostrated and had to remain In bed sometime Ono day I noticed Doans Kidney Pills advertised for Just such conditions as mine It occurred to mo that they might do me some good so I procured A box nt Alvoy k Lists drugstore They help e4 nio from the start Time dull nch IIngdcross tho small of tho back finally I disappeared the pain In my mus ales and legs disappeared and dlzzl icea which accompanied It left and since I Imvn been only too pleased to tell friends and acquaintances about the result I obtained from using Deans Kidney Pills For sale by all dealers Price CO cents FostorMllburn Co Buffalo Sow York solo agents for tho United Uatoj Remomlwr tho name Doaus and take no others t T +L C T TO THE UNION WORKING PEOPLE OF PADUCAHt Special Announcement Thursday December 77- We 1- J will inaugurate the gtpreciation of the generous trade always shown us by the working people ofhPaducah we have decided to donate 10 per cent of the gross sales for this day to the unemployed street car men off this city Cut prices in every department r 4f C3k120 Per Ct electedby the genciial council instead of tiho people Tho members voted against a tax aystora as now In voguo In IvoufsvViHe Another Is to ihavs of city property mudo or changed by tho every year instead x t every four years as now required Anotlher Is a change cities of the second class to make the license of saloon keepers 1500 If I Another ils a provision that street and sldewaftk may be made wlthaat a petition from property own rs Andthor Ja oJllawing tho general council to sooct limo city i Another Is allowing tho IxyaiTds to fix the minimum salary for city JalS or add aas tant Ajiother Is that the general coun cil name ta1Io offlctall newspaper of tho city instead of leaving It to the city attorney Another is an amendment allow ing counclJmon to be paid from 3 to 1 5 for attending meetings instead of a iinaxtamm of S3 as now It Is llkd1 tOiatther committee wlM1 not bo able to secure tho of other second class titles in aiS of these desired changes but it will do its bet Lexington Leader says of the meeting The untiring efforts of Mayor Combs to secure an enabling net for cities of the second class In Kentuc ky by an amendment to their char tars for n more dirett spe local inmat I tors of municipal taxation with n view to tho granting of for the of Indus trial therein is meeting with success and the first steps for a practical of the plan will be taken Thursday night of this week when on Important conference will bo held In Lexington among all the mayors of the Cities of the sec ond class to discuss this problem of taxation At this meeting will be Mayor Combs of this city Mayor George T Beach of Covington Mayor D A i YeIser of Paducah and Mayor A Hclmbold of Newport This meeting has been arranged by Mayor Combs In order to bring about unanimity between the of these cities that a combined effort may be made to get the legislature to grant the petition for the desired amend meat that the enabling act may pass The meeting Is to take place In Mayor Combs office Thursday night and each of the mayors above named has signified his to be present msiiop HOSS Slay Locnto In Memphis Will Leave hallos TCVIIS The Memphis Commercial Appeal says It Is understood among tho leading Methodists of this communi tty that Bishop E E Hoss will leave Dallas Tex and make his episcopal residence in some other city and with this plans are being discussed to bring him here Just what action will be taken cannot be Hinted in advance of any meeting to consider this matter but It Is al most a certainty that a meeting will bo held and the movement projected by It Already Bishop Hoss has been tendered tho personal Invitation of one of the most Influential Methodist citizens of Memphis and others of equal station who have been interviewed within recent days ba of tho Ap peal are heart and soul for the of this purpose To this Invitation tho bishop made no re sponse and It la probable that ho will maintain silence until an official In vitation Is extended- A Debuts Friday Night Friday night the debuting club of Tho High school will meet In debate Tho subject Is yet to bo selected Off every Coat Suit in our store WOAfAX MSAVES HIm CIHIiD TO GKT DUITXK BUT SAYS XKVEH AOAIX Moochers Ave Stuck Hard nUll Given n llci rlmnnd OtlRr Cases Up Todny k iDEa Prowitt colored hufried out of the cty hall this morning after po Hco court leaving 4 in cash and a Buster Brown resolution something like tills JIlt am do fust time I us cbbaa heals and its ewine ter be de las The U her father left with Chief Col Una was for a plain jag Sho did not remember toeing drunk which was agood sign a fine vvouM not bp emirs They often dont sho was found on lower Court street which In Itself was an circum stance Before iher lather arrived in court with the imonoy for her fine shy switched by the judges bench on her way to torn lookup and thus deliver ed herself Ise gotter lHUsi gal I Bias an sdmmuv you genvmen an ladleVll hatter Cook out fo huh She alnt got nobody o tend to huh so I leaves huh NIB you Tho court therouiwrr saw fit to ad mInister a tow pertinent words of rep rlmand Ho asked her who was look Ing cater the child whets she was in dulging hornet at the saloon She only sniffled and passed out Bart Baker and George Stovencon two customers sat on tho prisoners bench bearing super ficial evidence of a recent high old time They were charged with l e infe drank anti disorderly In addition to desire to plead guilty to the chaTigo of the spokesman a cripple stated when their ease was called Twenty dollars and costs Judge Sanders remarked and set about writing down hOs Judgment There was a stillness for several minutes but It was suddenly broken Judge tho crippo stated cant you 1 3 a lltBe easier on us we are up against It one of us a cripple and unable to work Cant youiglvo nis hours to leave tho city Judgo Ganders called thorn bofore him and a sound repri manding talk I know mien 1m this town who bav but ono log who make from 4501 to 3Il day and tan to see why you cant use your own time In some profitable way Instead of taking yourself to sons honest call ftg you go about drunk on thu KtreuU in tho oollc imorning ehaklng doors and waking people up to hog tram thonr Boocuso you aro cripple does not give you tho light to do what Is forbidden others I will not give you hours to leave town but Intend to keep you pore to servo out limo full1 tine and then asapbb you will lies late In tho future on what course to pursue =any rsy when you strike Paducah again Tho case agaInst Watt Klnnod for wurde and Frank Kenner and JBd Warren for was refer red to tho grand Jury tho witnesses to report tomorrow morning at 10 oclock After the cdjonora Inquest yesterday over tho body of Harvey Cure Cures coughs and colds and gives great relief in SOLD IN 50c AND SI00 BOTTLES DuBoI1I1 Kolb Coe former stand 412414 C j Ctw j1 m our IITHE BAZAAR 329 BROADWAY II t 1I assessments supervisors authorizing delrodIInvprovemonts depository prosocutlng cooperation Yesterdays forthcoming providing Jcloof fcelfgovernruent encouragement establishment enterprises consummation representatives willingness understanding representative Commercial accomplishment POLICE COURT incriminating toughlooking moochingYes drunkenness adimlnstered accomplices German Chronic Cough consumption AUVBY LISTDRUGGISTS BROADWAY 20 Per Johnson Coroner Crow had the war rant Issued L II Bowers white was held over for to theft of a bicycle from iHcnry Dougeno Other cases wore Gene Hudson white carrying a concealed veapon continued Fannie Wilson white breach of thopeao continued Fiord Smith colored vpetty larceny dls mussed GOOD BOATING In the Cunibcrlnnd Several Itymnii Boats Start Up Since Saturday time river has con tinued to rise and the hyman Line has several boats running two hav- Ing been put on In the upriver trade The Richardson leaves St Louie this afternoon for this ifort and will bri put In the Evansvnle Nashville service making the first trip Wednes day the 13th says tho Nashville Banns The rising of the river while play Ing havoc with the efforts of the offi cials In raising the big wharf boat has had a very good effect on traffic and Saturday the steamer Dunbar loft for Albany belup the first boat of the season up the river The trip was a good one and this afternoon at 4 oclock the steamer Bob Dudley left for Mill Springs at the head of the riverA tide at this time means much for the river traffic as tho holiday trade Is always goodand excellent cargoes are reported on every trip If tho pre sent stage of the river continues corn will begin to move and while there will bp no wharfboat to accommodate the grain conditions will neverthe I i S less bo unchanged from recent years trillpa-g there has never been I1whartboat there The big wharfboat lies on the bot fm fsf tom of the river with tjio muddy wa tor of the Cumberland w aping her1l a side and running Into the cabin Sho is tied with ropes and chains and 1 tiJ r t while there Is no probability that she will get aWa It is assured that she will not be raised until time river goes down considerable j tP1f 1faa- tl apJ nfQUlSITIOSr IKt A i t 1 Demanded By Wilt G FmJ F FtNow lit Harrisbtirn 111 i d1r Will Greek formerly a restaurant 11 L keeper on lower Kentucky avenue aptlyr + rt has boon arrested at Harrlsburg 111 on a charge of being a fugitive from 0IfI 1 Justice at the Instance of Detective I Will Baker of Paducah but declln ed to return without a requisition i and his caso was continued until next Tuesday by which time the officer Iexpects to have the necessary paporsIGreek 1 is under Indictment here jar t maintaining a nuisance In time form w r of a saloon and closed his place and I hied himself to Illinois a short time ago presumably to escape nftnelnq 4 t rcircuit court Ho Is now In the res taurant business in Harrisburg t t W CT Ur JIwUs Tomorrow The regular meeting of the WC- T U will bo held tomorrow afterIi noon at 3 oclock In the lecture room t of the First Baptist church The sub 4 jectVfor discussion lvhl tpo plans tor + make the press department effective A cordial Invitation is extended to all R who may wish to attend Subscribe for Tho Son y r I I HAVE you chin drcn1 Are they musically inclined 1 Now is the time to develvop them If you have a Piano in your home you will see how naturallctI children take to learn f I lug to play Its a real treat to watch A them dtvelop daily Ymlll NOW is the timeI to i buYti l ltbt n We offer bitter val C ties than ever bsforc at prices within the reach of all Dont saY t Srt i i w qwKY PIANOS ORGANS MUSICALI INSTRUMENTSfaWALL PAPER PICTURE FRAMES ETCETC tT r1 r I IIIThl Best On y ia w 4 Earth Before purcho in a hfcycle do not fall to examine TH1rREAPING STANDARD which cannot be excelled In strength durability elegance and speed Guaranteed to be the best bicycle made having attained more world records than o any other make Models can be seen at our store where we a will be pleased to have you call and examine them I EMlTCHELL 326328 South Third St IHFI-r ur t W y- ti i stur11 = i = = rt h r 1 I J Y4rAes nd BestCl lOt 4 U It f A 4 to f i I u u ruiwrltlfT Ky Dec i in ambhs esI y neiar John J Jabino of through the court to el jijidj J T SpArks of MuhU r f irg coantj fo collect a railroad 38eaBmeht hid ito remove from t Siwrff W D Blackwell for reto bolleot It December 18K fed as the daj when argu iare tobe itaadd liofore the States court IssUSd Jcntl3 iii 8 J = his bee1b N the ent HoIdiors of the bonds OilHeatersf J x t r Just the for the bedroom or room are burn very little oil and do not smoke A B B Oil isi the most convenient you can buy t PRICES x300 jrt being Made Oust Sheriff Taxit GAIlOlhor 008CUJDaije A- TitJrled il6nburgicbunt ElizaInlstfngpaying thing bathroom dining They easily operated Heater heater 400 500 have of course tWd1 to compel co11 lectlon and men liave beon appoInt ed to do so but all1 efforts have railed Several hart made compro miss with the county and It was thought that air Jablno would reach ancasreement ow the same tenms but he has steadfastly refused to do so It Is his ground of con tenitlon that all the sheriffs who hara held ofllce since the time of Sheriff Welch in 1878 have beeni guilty of contempt In not collecting the tax guiltyJfailure to act iThe court of appeals which war Jf1 r freely and In strictest confidence telling all your symptoms and trpubles We send free advice In plain how to cure them Addrets Advisory Dept The y Co Tenn I i SI IMO Jhhi4ktle4 xtud tlvs Unitedl States supreme court refused to pass on a writ of cortiorarl ibecshise no final Judgment In the case had been mare MM FLEETi j t f IS 1MTK TO AUltlVB loft TIIH WIXTKK IV A snOHT TIM One of the nORtH Ken milt Others Will Arrive This Week hue Leytoo fleet1 of St Louis will aroilvo iln Padilcah In a short tlmo o winter quarters at Ducks Nest It lids been coming to Padu- cah for several years and IIts arrival ils always tailed with peasfimt ns It meant the expenditure of vhoushnMa inowthsforAt times there ore malt a million dollars worth of fine steamboats and barges bftlorilBhijg to thus rom pany above tho city at ono titaiei and the oommorxJlal value of toils to Pa ducah cannot be overestimated fihe Cape GlrnIelm lies already arrived from St Louis and as thra Ice Is rune long above there at present tthe others are expected soon The Eagle and Bald Eagle have already I 10ettSt Louis for add are duo tomorrow Tho government lIghbhouso ender Lily of St Louis in command of that popular officer Capt Egan wtil4 also arrive this wok to go Into quartJirs there Capt Egan Is a member of 1adueah lodge of Elks and ia popular dm a largo circle here New Bowling Green Officers Bowling Green Ky Dec C Mayor Wilson and his new council began their terms of office yesterday W H Phillips was reelected city clerk as was1 Assessor James W Hendrlcks R C P Thomas was elected city attorney and W M Carr treasurer Tho mayor Appointed his board of public works consisting of I B Cooke H N Gardner and Geo T Massey Robert Dillard was appointed chief of police Subscribe for The Sun t = frftf I is r2rwit dJ IIX Which 1At KKXTtJCKV 111i fRoMIhTbtFIiUltlI 1 S IInwire IHcil Ktiddriily jmil n Postt Moitcni Will lie livid to iW Itriinliio the Cause I t St Louis Aidi Doe CThe In quest Into tho sudden death of Mrs IlobeciKt Uarraoknwn Kennedy a wairhF woman of FtolrAuld1 Ill rife weeks after taking a young husband halt too age has been postponed to await a chemical analysis of the vital1 organs which were sent tto St Louis for exam ma lon by Stales AiMoiiney B F Thomas of county 111 Iarflell to greatly excited over the deAh of Mrs IKennedy who was sixty e3r3 od ami an eccentric fhcuhTsoiiikod resldftntj of the town She time marrlpd five wooki agb to Ii B IKennedy a land agent and thirty year him junior He Como drone from MadlsonvIHe Ky though fi notify of Dixon JKy A committed at called on Coroner McMacJtln shbrfly after her death to advise an InwsrtgatlSh An autopsy was herd without arriving at any conclusion as to the cause of dcaWr and the chemical analysis was agreed to by Kennedy ITS Barraclcman was probably the richest woman tin Palrfleud Her estate left iby her former husband Dr W S Barrafckman consistsI for the most part of government bonds and notis though tare s a small amount of real estate Her home occupying commanding position opposite the court house is ontO or the finest in the town New Aeronlnno Invented Oopontogi3rr Dec 0A new aero plane which has been Invented by a Dane named Elleahammer Is exclt iug great fmterest inert and Him gov ermment has put the tslandr of Lin doe at the disposal of the Inventor for his experiments The machlnti Is constructed of steel tubing and propelled iby a 9horsepow motor The propellers Which Eerie for driv ing this machine are pilacod on either side L1 r teometo Paducah to Dot If Christmas Shopping3I H Ydur Transportation Will be Paid by the I Paducah Merchants t h Retail Merchants Association of Paducah will pay the railroadand teahiboat fare of any shoppers from any distance up to 75 miles from Pa ijcah who purchase 30 or more of goods when in the city from any mer- chantl a member of the association or if the aggregate of the purchases from members of the association totals 3000 I See the announcements of shopping bargains in The Suns ad columns AGGING PAINSI1 I had dragging pains and fall InaBaytes Tenn My health and i could hardly do my work Cardul cured me h Women suffer agonies from pains of which men have no One of lis that awful bearingdown or dragging pain which so often in some women forms rt of the monthly sickness and in others continues from month to month week to week t Stp day till death itself would often be welcomed as a relief What does it mean It- nMSfi EtfjT probably that your womb is bent twisted turned inside out or falling down as a tSit of a certain weakness of those muscular fibers which are supposed to keep it straight 4 J glhold it in place It means that if you do not take immediate steps to cure this trouble Kmay become an invalid for life It means that you must lose no time but go for relief Kcure to the one medicine which will be sure to benefit and cure you as it rigs bail t and cured a million other happy rejoicing women viz frankly Usus sealed envelope Ladles fL Chtttanooea Meildae Chattanooga goCtato Paduwah winter WINE Of usJdASK Woyiw cHIzons comprehension B CARDUI r Womans Relief DID YOU KNOW derjj Charges on all That we Pay Express i calling for as much liB a gallon or more of 200 Whisky Bandy Gin or Wine So if you d6 not wish to make a trip to town and live near an ex press office send us your order and your jug will go out prepaid Paducah Distilleries Co s l Salesrooms 113 S Second St Mention this ad when odcrlnst YULETIDE RUSH IN h THE POSTOFFICE K It is Beginning EarlyaIncrease is Growing RapidlyII I The approach of the Christmas holiday is having Its effect on tho volumes of business at tho postoiDee esptclally is tho erred marked in the registry division which it now 20 per cent heavier than at Wo time last year Phe Intnxmre In tide de ardent Is more notlaabte because tltlpa Is the first ito respond to the de qt Nit grontcti tontqv5g ring gilts It k tinmugi the registry channel dhat tho absent ones are eS1OalolIthoOseThe etwly Increase In GUI bjisl i mess said ontO of the clerks ts duo entirely to the fact that It inquires coasidemKo time for many of the packages o roach their destinations and the sender must moil them two or fhn o weeks boJorm Ohti tmos In order that they may 4ro delivered by that day Already wo have forwurd I ed hundreds of paekageg pre im j PhfUmrlnII clone Tho registered mall for Mcx too and South American and Central American countries e ptclafly tint carat zone has been the heaviest In the litetory of the office iVo linvo forwandid a very con ldorablo omroumt of matter to all European t titles and countries and IK fact be foro tto holidays 010 over TVO will have Iho name pf Carry spot on arth on our books Its surprising how many persons ln a city tho size of Paducah have friends and acquaint anajs Jn remote and foi lgn lands j The yule tWo rush is coming on I early this year and we are now pro paring for It In order to avoid the f comofr nl1vlsoIregiBtored ninth to foreign lands o over to far westerni points in the United States to mail them fct onc- eSCHOOLS CLOSI3 Wlillo Tcachcra and IupllH Help Gather Corn Crop Topeka Kan Dec 5A wools ago Miss Bnlma Cufthmnn1 atcachtr Hi Drown county closed her scfiool for ten days nil told the forty lboys and girls to go home and help their parents save tho great corn crop Miss Cushman herself donned husking gloves and made n hand In the cornfield Other young women also helped Tomorrow four other schools In that section will adjourn to the cornfields for a weekl It la believed that scores of rural schools all over Kansas will close fqr a week for tho corn harvest and festival In Drown county a great crop has been raised the average being CO bushels per acre Hendersons New Kveciitlvo Hendnrfton Ky Dec OSulI1l1ol- L Harris took charge of his once as mayor pf Greater Henderson yesterday He was sworn In by the retiring mayor J II Powell The newly elected council met and pr ganized t I Thiro ts sure to be congested polattlJ aiJang the line about CtirlstntasDay and the malls will be delayed Male Intended to bo deUverod about Christmas time thoiild be ntifreil not nor than iJecsMiiber 10 to tm sure prompt deMvery Not ont y Is there a great Increase In tho flit and fourthoktss readpL- sll our division but the dell erioe are also much IncreasedI Only five pottmls can bo sent n- One package by nmCX Most at the forolsn rosletrirod matter coatafnfl money of w ferns amounts ti1OiItJ that she senlers want to got as much nCu lo tae froml and rohitivoa as vdbe In the wiwHott bulk Wba Is true In the ncslstrj do pawmcttt Is two to some extent In nU Mw deixirwnents of the office espetiaXy eie money order dlvfcrton which e asothirr convenient and safo chnnsx1 through wliith to miena distant friend a relative Haslncsn In this depantmont Is also liloneaatng ovary day a11ll wlli conOone until after Christmas The ordinary omit te also greatl Increasing about this oasoni of the y xir iWhoti one undn a prosont an aoknowloiligoment Is sue to fol low I A fiOLII II1RTii 1 Pivsmtitl to President Roosevelt fly IVople of Colorado t AVashlrigton Dec 6AgoiJ heart ads preheatedt tb PjiBidont Roosevelt in behalf of the people C Colorado by lleitrtsentatCvb Hobefi Honjv of heaver Thd heart wlHcli is miaVqyed woe Inclosed In a hand InscrIptionI Cltlorodol children rtcdy and ipoor sharing aie M Thcodons nooseAtftt prwl rftent of the United Stivto whosb great licnrt brought td tho people of Japan and Huwla Thaiikk gJvJn day 1305 A The money to pay for tho gIrt iwas raised by popular frjfbscrlptlor many + of the subscriptions being ono Ipenny each In nil 8000 pt uiios wore wa r subscribedw it sv71g e t KlAMSII WAlt t IN Cosliiic Moro and More Earn Ytiir In ImMon WatnSttglon Dec OThe Spanish war cost the fed ml government 4n peh ons a trlllo less than 12000 000 The exact amount of money paid out In pensions to Innld and widows of that war Is Ml 090198 i Tho eutii fa growing greater every I erIl t j last year In Spanish war pensions f Tho Spanish war has already cost r Iulo government more In iMnsolns I theIj cQrjl Economy in Operation Graceful in Appearance f THE WILSON i makes an ideal hcatcrfrth home You l iiDownper cent more heat from your fuel than r can be had in any other h catertIrflt 40 pr cent worth considering HANK BROS 4 Sole Agents r I 1 r II III i It JI J n xT Tiri r o J 1JANESREAL ESTATE MORTGAGES LOANS rf FOR RENT Four residences Two 4 rooms sewer conncctone att 1260 and Iii ono D rooms and ono 7 rooms both theso sewer con nected at J2J and 25 month a FOR BALK Six room cottage on s i loli57 ft 9 Inches by 1C6 feet stable servants house on long easy pay ments Only 500 cash See mo to dctalhi and get homo In best resi1 dunce part of North Side Nlco 9 room N 5th house In 44 blocks of postofllco on easy payments at HOOOChance for colored people Have halt dozen houses for sale at prices 500 to 1000 on very easy pa ments Small cash and afterwards I monthI Ft Park lot wit 1 shade trees at UOO part on time Como and see It you know tie ba gain at that price anywhere In park i Clay Harrison St lots at 250 U5 cash and 5 month l atlt r paymentsrI 54I f ft lot on North Side Madison St be I tween 10th and Ft Ave haltat500Jon time Bargain In Farmc 160 acres five miles from Padu cah on Hlnklevlllo road at 3200 0 easy payments Can be divided andI resold Ml 5000 to 0000 Fine chance which had bettor see me aboutNow Is the the time to get smallI places for country homed Can sellII nice lots from 5 acres up In very de slrablo location near electric cars Five acres near La Belle park at 02li on easy payments Bettor look into thus If you want large place to home where 50 foot lots soil at 20 and more 9room house 5 blocks from post office North Side sewer connected In trail part of city nl 3500ot this only 500 cash balance 30 month Nice home on Fountain park i rooms front hall and back porch hado and 49foot lot full depth t alloy at only 1550 Bargain 431 North Fifth street 7room 2 story house in good fix at 13000 Bargain In Clay street Fountain park vacant lot No 1627 Broadway modern con veniences two story eight room roe idence which rents to good tenantt at 3750 month One of tho mo substantial and desirable homes 1 city Price 4800 of this flOOD cash and balance In 1 2 and 3 year withI 6 per cent Interest Three houses on N E corner 6t I and Ohio streets which rent at 33- a JI month Price 2500 Fine invest mentNew nice 4room house on CO ft lot with shade trees on south old of Harrison St between 16th andI Fountain avenue in Fountain Park paymentsSeeNo 1141 Clay St new Sroomit brick cottage water Inside ono nicestt cottages to be found Price 1800 t only 500 cash balance payments 1 2 and 3 years Joining 1141 have 81 ft ratan i which will sell alone or with the brick cottage Easy terms 1032 North 12th St Groom framei cottage with stable water Inside1t house Price 1200 on easy payments N E corner 3rd Tennessee Sts i depthlotGroom house and vacant space fo two more houses all for 3000 Fountain Iark 7room now rest denco bath and water with bunk InIkitchen 50 ft lot plenty shadeItrees choice home place Price 1- 650 only U60 cash and all time wanted on balance DargalnJJ f nOlthweatIj joffer at 2100 on very easy pay ments Good fourroom residence In Me chanlcaburg Joining the Blederman grocery store price UIiO half cash and as much time as wanted on bal lace Dont forget that I have at all times plenty i money to loan on farm mortgages at 4 per cent Interest ten years time New plat of Madison St lots just I west of and adjoining Fountain park all level and high and street graded and gravoled Survey just made and plat turned over to mo Come while can get first choice Prices 260 of which 25 cash and balance on 6 I Imonthly payments Location price considered these are most desirable lots In Paducah First class business property on both Second and Third streets near Broadway Best chance to be had I- nIt thlll line of Investment Aak for de It I W tails M JAN ES= rrII DtJJIBJURT OM rhOM ROOM MTrei BI3ILDINA- S r AM1CB a NL 4oirc tij w APPLE TEA CUt Latest Tiling InWry of HevcrnjKO for Gout nml Indigestion London Doc 5A9 a euro for trio many Ills of the body Nom gout to lmllgestlon nppo tea Is quite Oho latest thing Ite beverages and hits only Just been Introduced Into Eng laml It is a substitute for lea coffee and cocoa nnd is itho discovery of Prof ISbbtml nni eminent Gorman doctor Appfo tea Js made in Ocr many front a paxtfculoT sort of supple which will grow only hi certain sail Tho peel which possesses such nour Ishlnig quallllotf with about hull on Inch of pulp attached Is usod Thor flips are also cored and are slowly iris according to a cortaTm process which atfoctuaUp uprovonta milldcAV or rot and when flnWltud appear dike bits of cork Apple tea IB rondo dn tho same way as ordinary ta Dying of Pumlno canysumption The progress of consump veryIhend Is n long torture to victim and friends When I had consump tVmrMyers of Cearfoss Md after try Ing medicines nnd a good doctor in NewtDiscovery which quickly and per fectly cured me Prompt relief nnd sure cure for coughs colds sore throat bronchtls etc Positively pre vents pneumonia Guaranteed at W B McPhersons drug store price SOc and 100 a bottlo Trial bottle free 1IEMPEROR OItCIDI Korean Officials Suicide When Japs Securvd Signatures I I Ohcfoo Dec GPrJvnto Jotters Cram Korea tend to confirm the re ojint Toporta c1mfckinlat the Korean emperor was practically forced at the point of u ibayonct Into JapaneserNits emperors seal wan affixed 0la the documents by oUhoro result ing In a panic In ithe palace and the suicide of soma of tits officials The palace has bon under increased Japanese BurvcrJiatrco for tho lust two COlts IktckSh oN M Sherman of Cushing Me was shot in tho back hourly day and night for full three months by the shooting tearing and racking pains of Kidney Inflammation He writes I used three bottles of Electric Bltj tors and know that they have per manently cured mo for I feel like n grealtmI frohtto relieve and cure malaria and all sto mach and liver com taints general- i 1 debility nnd female weaknesses Guaranteed by W B McPhersonsI drug store price 50c doeenot work at all now You don t say Why when I know him he seem ed to bo a young man with consid erable push VA11 thats changed now lies a soling man with con Rlderahlo pull and doesnt have tto work Philadelphia Press Mighty Poor Economy NIpklns Bllffkents tried to economize by marrying my typewriter Good idea Xo1ti t wasnt She refuses to do any more typewriting demands two servants to take care cf her end Insists that my next typewriter shall be n man although men want larger salaries i New York Weekly I rsSecret About It It Is no secret that for CutsBurns Bollsetcl lend Arnica Salve It didnt take long to cure a bad sore I had and Its all 0 IK for sore eyes writes D L Gregory of Hope Tex 25c at W B McPhersons drug store Subscribe for Tlio Sun CLEANLINESSI heieALWAYShottowel forIbuttheH J Bookhammer108 s THIRD ST Snccesur to Snllti Aatlctptlc Barber Shop u L M STEPHON 3b CO Druggists Corner Ninth and Kentucky Ave Old PIMM t66 Rot New fleas Dealer in Drugs Chemical Patent Mrdfciuer Toilet Articles Pine Ci Rats end Tobaccos Prescriptions a specialty SAM KIRNES PHARMACY 110 TOW Le BERRYCOPor SHEET METAL WORK AND ROOFING 4 AGENTS FOR Peck UnderfeedFurnace T q W q i BowserVs He Is Admitted 1to the Burns Club and Attempts to Write Some Verses HIS MUSE THROWS HIM Takes a Cropper When Mrs B Criti cises What He Is Pleased to Call Poetic License Copyright 1905 by n B McClure iWI I EN tho Dowsers bad fin- Ished dinner the other evening Mr Bowser lighted hls clgar smllld oIDln bly on the cat swelled out his chest and remarked to Mrs Bowser I limb forgotten to say that 1 have been elected a member of the Burns clubIs that the club that makes the Jon ntiian Burrs cigarettes Innocently queried Mrs Bowser In reply lIe looked at her In Indignation for a minute and then said I suppose you cant help It antI therefore I cant hold It up against you It you knew halt as much about poetry as you do about bargain sales I SAT JONES DID YOU Want W11ITIJ Mar roErnr In toilet soap you would know that I meant tho club of poets It Is said to be ono of tho most exclusive clubs In America and there dro plenty Of mil lionaires whod give their old boots to become members And why cant they Why Simply because they cant write poetry And you have been elected because youcanWhen I sent In my application two months ago It was accompanied by a verse of poetry that the committee was pleased to call a little gem of Its kind I shall devote the evening to composing something In the nature of a poem Mr Bowser walked up and down with his cigar In the corner of his mouth and a chesty look below his chin and Mrs Dowser And tho cat theytsay anything to mo about writing tho poetry she finally observer No Well It was such a trifle that I supposed It skipped my mind Hut dont you want my help on what you write tonight Not hardly Mrs Bowser not hard ly he answered In lofty disdain Sho turned to a magazine without further remark and bo gut a paper pad and pencil and sat down and roll ed his eyes heavenward and made ready to start In The cat had an ap pointment In the back yard to meet nnd knock out an old tom who bad been culling all comers about hut as ho left the room he gave a look back ward at Mr Bowser and said to him selfOld than things seem to be com ing your way jnst this minute but tho evening Isnt over yet Mr Bowser had figured on dashing off three or four versos within ten minutes but when n quarter of an hour had elapsed he had not yet fin ished tho first Ho was scratching bU head nnd nibbling at his pencil when Mrs Bowser queried Well how Uo you get along with your poetry Beautifully I am only hesitating over tho choice of terms You cant help mo any of course but I will read you what I have written Tho sylvan sun Is going down The brooklet onward flows The turgid mountain rears Ita head And that Is what I was hesitating about tho fourth line Mr Bowser may I make n re mark Certainly It cant bo anything In the nature of a hint to me but you can make it The dictionary defines tho word sylvan as forestllke rural rustic How can you apply It to tho sun I am writing of tho country But the sumo sun Is to be found in tho city You cant call the sun rustic can you That is simply poetic license and you know nothing about It CHut you speak of a turgid mona tats The dictionary defines turgid as swelled bloated You dont Intend to refer to a bloated mountain do you- I Intend to refer to anything I please Mrs Bowser and I want no criticism from you When did you ev The nIce Increase lu our brat ness since the first of the year Is very encouraging to us PADUCAH 1ANIINO CO I l Il w or writa single verse otpeer give you tho right to criticise ate Url Dowser was duly crushed and turned to her book Sir Bowsdr reluc tantly acknowledged to himself Unit he might have got things a trlllc mix IllcompletedIntend to give her another chance but at tbo end of tho third lino again ho found himself stuck It wouldnt do to admit It and so ho said So many beautiful thoughts como rushing In on me that I hardly know which to use Just for the fun of the tiling let me ask how you would end this verse I peaceIMy lubricant soul like a golden bowl I should end It rciftcd Mrs Bow ser with making dell rhyme with the bad place By thunder woman but do you mean to insult uio to my face lOOt course not You asked me how I would end It and I told you There aro ono or two other things I want to speak of You refer to a truculent dell Do you mean a peaceful ono Any Idldt could tell that I do Well It you will turn to the die tionary you will find that truculent means wildfiercesavage- What In the name of seven bobtail- ed cats do I care for what the dictionary says Was old Webster a poet Did he know poetry from pumpkins Perhaps not but he tells us how to pronounce words and gives us the moaning of them What do you moan when you speak of your lubricant soul None of your business A lubricant is an oil you know You lubricate the machinery of n saw mill When you grease a bucksaw with a pork rind you lubricate It That verso would rend beautifully as I wander along with my BOU at peace I muse In tho truculent dell My lubricant soul like a golden bowl It sUps oh Its way with a yell By Johnl gasped Mr Bowser as heI sat and stared at her while the red flushed his facer If I am disturbing you I beg par don she answered By John by John but the Idea of your talking to me like that Am I awake or dicamlng Woman I dont see anything to get excited about she Interrupted I simply re erred you to the dictionary to show you that you had misused a word or two If your lubricant soul had gone into the Burns club It might have at fected your standing there I should change It to Innocent soul for you have an Innocent soul Sir Bowser Mr Bowser got up and choked and gasped and coughed but the words ho was fishing for would not come The cat had returned after his victorious scrap but though ho offered a fair mark he was not kicked at There was a long minute of direst suspense and then Mr Bowser flung himself down the tall and out of doors taking his two incomplete verses with him lie didnt know who to gq to but be was determined to find out about that lu bricant soul Fortqne favored him lie met his fioaUsiifct almost ntthe gate and after salutations bad passed be asked Say Jones did you ever write any poetryTons end tons of It but I never gave moro than 1800 pounds for a tonAnd you are up on words Clear to the topeWell what is the meaning of alII bricant soul A lubricant soul Thats dead easy It means a soul that has just been greased up with lard You are an Infernal old liar shout ed Mr Bowser And you ore a jackass Good night Half an hour later Mrs Bowser went to the front window and saw Mr Bow ser huddled up on the steps Two old tramps stood at the gate looking at hIm and wondering whether ho was drunk or asleep but his lubricant soul heeled them not heeded not the March winds the cold stone steps the truculent peo plo who hurried on their turgid way He had conic down with a thudM nillvllle Celrbrltlri Any 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IPitrlallyt r etwChicagoPaul Between Chicago and thlrtyflvo minutes will beie tho present running timenof No mans religion over het out by working U rt tfO 1 i 1 I tJ 1 1RiIt t1iffZZ1I T L 11 1Tht t 0a4 tinesohCJI Scene From Unstop Hiown nt Tho Kentucky Monthly Mutincu and Night Pewmber 14 I jsr tittWi Wt Y I r r a 44 tr i A SSTFCALr rU Y lJrY r lA lUJJI ht Lovh rowri 11 llldSIS eok + I corn and TIge and a cho l y pretty and very active d e acethingaUvet 0hQurs last evening at the- Y 1 realer when Master RowI troupe gave to a laughing f rOutcaultS famous prodigy r iI metI + d t Ivf Is what one might termI i raudevllle performanceaI t sJla a prettily sung In lli Ji aces prettily danced and 3 th timely and applicablex hI IJowea na Duster the In r f antfihir HUM Kentucky j looks and Is the veritable ftp started OUt to fame some p With his resolutions iuile TIge whoso knowledge 1h nature and the English 1 t reapstaIIiljluseiI t Dii France 11I1Ir I Pltprn Company nt Ky Friday Night t Tlrtit ho can scarcely lh to reach the back of i a htm nil the more Ids Jleaoljitlon wl tl1I1Stl pretty little mother who loves her son and spanks him at thy same time Some very prod gowns wears Mrs Brown which helps atone for the fact that her presence on the stag doesvtiot occur very often tier song Sweetheart Lue an Interpolation1 Jsell rendered Ben Turbelt who1I takes tho part of Busters fatherwh does nothing much more than object to his motherIn laws presence possesses a very good voice and It is to bQ regretted that It Is not heard more The rest of the characters are happily cast Much credit Is due to the very good work of the chorus which Is splendid lr drilled shown to n great extent 1In tPo Characters With ir An1 XivH Inn fIlm J Tlitirsdii y Night and tot mid the Scotch dance march and sons fluster Drown Is the booking for tho entlro week with the regular mati neo Paul Jones Prom the Cincinnati Enquirer Cincinnatis own prima donna retur ned to the Walnuts stage yesterday at the head of her own company In a revival of tuneful old Paul Jones and scored n pronounced hit Misd Shay has made a timely revival of the Planquette opera Tho delightful mu PIOt could be expected In all tIle revival Is one that Is worthy of Mlsa Shay and her associates The handsome prima donna was ln splendid voice and Bang therole of the naval hero with nil of her flnu appreciation and understanding Tho hero BQ Interesting for historical re mlnlti encl at this time affords thIs star a double opportunity for aside from the vocal charm of it the role callp for histrionic work which culls out boas Shays best efforts and stamps her an actress as well art a finished operatic artist Iti her supporting company Miss Shay Is well fortified with people who fit snugly Into their respective role Jack Martin and Will T Reunle kept the audience In uproars In theIr cum Ic scenes and are two comedians far 1 above the Average both In fun mRkc ing and In tho good quality of their voice I Joseph Fredericks in the tenor role of Martinez was heard to good advantage though the making of the tenor a negative character seemedI something so odd to the Walnut reg nines that they did not know how tot I accept It Mina Guelma Baker who was suf faring from a cold and was not hoard to the best advantage albeit her handling of the role shows understanding and discretion Miss Marlon Langdon as Choplnetto and Miss Charlotte Stollo as Malaguena filled out a snt pritet clpal characters J P McSweeney and our old summer opera friend Patrick Wallace cared well for minor mal- I characters A pretty and well drilled chorus was effectively utilized The revival In Its salient features proved a most welcome one At The Kentucky Fri day night lands an Xlv The two Jolly fellows DIxon and Fjcldfi and their merry coterie of laugh provokers are heading this way and are bringing with them allt the musical hits witty catch phrases s and clever specialties which are now town talk wherever they havp appeared The secret of the success of DIx on and Fields especial In their la test edition of Hans an Nix lies 1 the tact that their performance lIs always kept up to date and if pos sible a little wajvbejpnd t No year since DIxon and Fields first joined Issues have they gone 0 t nFa tI 1mil JoiiiH ax a IMrntv AVItli hose Cecilia Shay at The Kentucky Friday Night dut BO completely equipped with now lmaterial as thIs one and the result shows the wisdom of those who han dIe them The management say that their company this season Is expen slue as well as the best Gorman com edy on tho road The date is Thursday night L Hunter Hiown Critics say that ono ot the most enjoyable features about fluster Drown Melville B Raymonds new musical comedy orentlon which comes to The KentuckyI Monday December 11 matinee ainlgirt Is that It is ills Florence Collcy AVItli Hans An MX at The Koiijucky Thursday Night ono of the few miiBlcul1 comcdle which can be enjoyed no matter how often you see It as the music Is new and bright the blending of the COB tumoa 80 pleasing olthV ofb that one does not tiro with till Its georgeous ness Buyers many pranks appeal to you with such a gbodjy scnseof hu mar that new trtfats are discovered in him each night Tigo comes In for his share of the fun top Buster Tlge Raymonds Scotch Fuslleera and the entire company come direct from Its successful run of one hundred nights at the Majestic theatre In New York My Friend From Arkansas My Friend from Arkansaw which will bo seen at The Kentucky Satur day matinee and night js another of those successful character plays that is taking the country by storm now adays This play gives usa picture pf life In Arkansas showing the diff erent type of individuals that are to bo found in that locality Mr Sher man has fulfilled his mission In ril- Ing hIs play My Friend tram Arkan saw Tho authonhaa woven a strong plot around these people and intro duced much natural and wholesome comedy thereby making it one of the strongest plays now before the pub lIte Former Kentucky AVonian Dies St Louis Moi Dec GIrs Ella In Walker born at Wlckllffe Ky October SI 1878 died at the home HenrynStory South Broadway She Is survived by her husband Otto Wal ker their daughter GussIe Walker two sIsters aodNhree brothers I Subscribe for Tho Sun n COMICS man Football Thin In the List of hag lspeusori t Now York Dec GIntholreltsl curfJntt study and research In Columbia Uni versity only two divisions cost moro to sustain annually than tho footballI ltamAAccordlngto tho report of theman alter of the 1004 varsity eleven aK mast 30000 Avas expended In the season of little more than two months If the 12000 or more spent in the department of phyalcal education and fhe = 5000 used up by the trackbase ball basketball and other minor teams were added to the football account no department of tho aesthetic side of the student could show a hea vier expense sheet Chemistry leads Ilia list with a lo tal of 5131001 as Its annual cost to the university corporaflon The 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