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Paducah sun (Paducah, Ky. : 1898): n. Saturday, April 7, 1906. Paducah sun (Paducah, Ky. : 1898). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Sun Publishing Co., Paducah, KY 1906 pac1906040701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Paducah sun (Paducah, Ky. : 1898): n. Saturday, April 7, 1906. Paducah sun (Paducah, Ky. : 1898). Sun Publishing Co., Paducah, KY 1906 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. c v n c rc 1 1 tmay inlj i TIII WEATHER Intivanlng cluudiiifNM and Wanner tonight Sunday show cis VOL XVIII NO 87 PADUCAH KY SATURDAY EVENING APRIL 7 1906 10 CENTS PER WEEK ARBITRATION IS NOT LIKELY r Operators Wilt Decline This 4 Offer of The Miners This Will Doubtless lie the Announce Y inert lit Conference to He Held Monde j 01110 MINES TO REMAIN IDLE Scranton Pa April 7It Is learned on Indisputable authority i that the Independent operators In session at Wllkcsbarro yesterday de cided against the acceptance of the 1 1arbitration proposition made by Pre Mitchell Whllo some of them said they would have favored UH acceptance had It been made be fore the cessation order was Issued today they were practically unani mous In opposing Its acceptance Allot the superintendents of the big t coal companies hereabouts predict that the proposition will be rejected at the conference to be held on Mon day next Hfxirt IN Confirmed Wllkesbarre pn April 7 It Is understood from a reliable source that Independent coal operators who held a secret meeting yesterday agreed to disapprove of the arbitra tion proposition made by President Mitchell They took the ground that there are no questions for arbitration Milieu to Remain Idle Cleveland 0 April 7our mines will remain Idle until a settlement la reached with the mine workers said K S Brooks secretary of the Ohio coal operator who met here today Thero will be no attempt to Use strikebreakers or conduct a war the union men as the 11operators have no feeling of bitter ness against miners tr Notice to Move Out Wllkesbarre Pa April 7The Hillside Coal and Iron company is today serving notices on the occu pants of the companys houses that If they do not move in a few days they will ask the aid of state troops to remove them Hundreds are leaving the region to obtain work In oth er districts TROUBLE NOW IWEWLVG Consul Murphy Says n Disruptive Force In at Work In Cliliin I San Francisco April 7lIen WI Murphy of Berkeley who has been vice consul at Tien Tsln China for more than three years arrived from the Orient on the transport Sheridan k Speaking of the situation In China Mr iMMrphr wilds Thero are undoubtedly strong disruptive forces at work In China with no real government to control them A rlsts may arrive at any moment demanding the Intervention y of an armed force for the protection of the foreign residents The boycott on American goods which was not considered serious at first leas certainly taken on a seri ous aspect and the agitation Is by no means over In the north the boycott was suppressed by Yuan ShlnKal viceroy of Chi LI province Northern China IB now In a peaceful state and there are no signs of un rest there- In the south the movement has received a degree of encouragement from the official class Largo quant ities of American goods thai were + shipped last year nrjo still In Chinese witrehouaos because tho consignees refused to accept them I do not think tho next report of trade conditions will Show that our exports to China have Increased 4 4 4Killed Wlilfe nt Piny Los Angeles Oat April 7Ual Norton a 15yearold pupil of liar vard school for boys In this city died from being struck by a 12 Pqiind shot thrown by Joseph IHolll t day a school mate While the track team was putting tho shot on the play ground Attempt Wholesale Killing 7CltilstopherII Davis aged CS ahot Instantly killed Chas Stuckenberg In Inmen kers saloon attempted to kill Fred 4 + Inmenger saloonist and then at tempted to kill himself Davis was r IImmediately arrested and taken to Rdwardavlllo jail 1 OOOOOOUOOOOO AMERICAN MISSIONARY p O KILLED IIV PIRATES 0 O Hongkong China April 7 0 0 Three passenger boats 0 O were held up by pirates 14 0 O miles front San HIiiK City It 0 qJ O IIs reported an American n1l0O plenaryl was aboard one of 0 O the boats and was killed 0 A 00000OoOoo0y 1 1h tf inbiit Ijx uti WEARS FEMALE ATTIRE An Ohio Music Teachers Plays Against Mary Walker Washington 0 April 7ProfRandolph Mllburn a music teacher who created a sensation by appearing on the streets in womans clothes no longer is barred from female cos tume A large sliver ibadgo with the Inscription Randolph iMilburn Iam a man worn In a conspicuous place gives him the rIght to dress as a wo man It he so desires Ho claimed that as Dr Mary Walker was wearing mana clothes ho with equal legality could wear womans clothes He searched the legal preccdent and discovered as he says that he may dress as he de sires provided that he makes no at tempt at deception as to his sex Ho says he has legal advice that wearing a heavy beard and mustache or a conspicuous sign stating his name and tho fact that he was not a woman will bar prosecution ONE WEEK MORE MAY SEE THE RAILROAD RVTE RILL DERATE OVER It Is Also Declared Theta SatlNfac tory Rill Will Re Paused Washington April 7ln making an effort to get the senate to agree upon a date for taking a vote on the railroad bill Mr Till m an yesterday made the Important statement that ono week more probably would ex hauso the general debate on the measure He fallpd however to PO curo the consent at Mr Aldrich who said that ho wield not be willing to agree to vote on the bill until it was more nearly perfecta than it now Is A Satisfactory Rill Washington April 7 Railroad rate legislation was under discussion at the White House Senator Rayner of Maryland who has been ac leJilslllion with the president yesterday After the conference although Senator Raynor like other dcmocratls sena tors who have considered the subject with the president during the past tow days was particularly reticent he aJin I ted he had discussed the rate legislation with tho president but would not disclose the result of the conference Senator Rayncr express es tho opinion that a rate bill antis factory to the friends of the legisla tion would be passed by the senate and perhaps by a much larger majority than Is now expected Folowlng the visit of Senator Ray ner Senators Allison of Iowa and INclRon of Minnesota had a talk with the president They too discussed the rate situation but declined to discuss the subject Tim PURLIC LIBRARY Miss Raynbain IH to Have n Second AfisNtant President E W Bagby of the Car negie library board has received a letter from Andrew Carnegies secretary stating that the picture of Carnegies Scotland home Sklbo Castle could not be furnished him except In a small photograph but that he would send a photograph President Bagby has an enlarged photograph of the birthplace and wants the present Scotland home He will have tho photograph of Sklbo castle enlarged when received and hung In time library here Miss Mamie Uaynham librarian has been given a desk assistant dur ing tho next few weeks Miss Don ham and her regular assistant will be busy with cataloguing for some timeA Joint graveled driveway for hauling supplies etc was decided on between the Grace Episcopal church and Carnegie library the library and clinch each to stand half the expense THE RUG NUISANCE Once More the High School Ilulldlng Has Been Infested I Bugs of a species which has never been fully determined have made their appearance In the English room at the Paducah High school building again but every step has Leon taken to prevent a multiplica tionThese peculiar little bugs overran the building two years ago and caused a temporary suspension of school Tho attendance was cut down until some of the rooms flja not have a corporals guard but the authorities took hold of tho matter this time while Jt IU In Its Infancy end Jho janitor completely fumigat ed and killed the few bugs that were seenIt Is presumed they aro from pig eon roosts In the attic of the build ing but tho attic has been scaled ant the blfdtf 6xcliliU di All danger of a multiplication of the pests had been precluded 1It Is thought I fi Ii s WIRE INSPECTOR APPOINTMENT DELAY May Cause Increase in Insur ance Rates In City Local Agent have teen So Advised Hy tho Insurance Morel TUB COUNCIL IS TO ACT SOON Mr 0 C Rose secretary of the local Insurance board ltiad a letter today from the secretary of the Kentucky and Tennessee Insurance board which has jurisdiction In Paducab stating that unless something was done very soon about the appoint ment of an electrical wire Inspector the companies would have to Increase the rates There has been no Inspector for about two months The former In spector resigned his position to go with the Insurance board for Ken tucky and Tennessee and the coun cil has done nothing definite about approving the appointment of a suc cessor as It has been waiting to have an ordinance put on the books creat ing tho office of building inspector with the Intention of consolidating tho two offices Tho Insurance companies are fret ting under the delay however and say there Is so much work being done now that Is not being Inspected that as a measure of protection they will perforce have to raise their rates President McUroom of the council board said today that his board would take up the matter at time next meeting It has been waiting on the aldermen to take action in the mat ter but to obviate tho Increase In rates In prospect it would take steps at once to have the Inspector ap polnted and take up thobulldlng In spector feature later RASERALL TOMORROW Game Deferred From Last Sunday to Re Pliiyed Tomorrow tho lame scheduled be twron the ii3Sforials lll6oru which was postponed from last Sunday will be played Tho Jlneup of the professionals will Include Wet zel tho third baseman of Corning 0 who came here to tryout The baseball game scheduled between time High school team and in team composed of members of the Draughan and Central business colleges was not played this morning as the business college team it is said backed out The High school team Indulged In a practice game this morning how ever and will go to Metropolis next Saturday to play time High school team of that place TUB COUNTY SCHOOL CENSUS Tho Enumerators Are Expected to Report Next Week The first county school census enumerator to report filed the result of his work with County School Superintendent Dllllngton this morn Ing Tho report shows an Increase of live school children The enumerator Is Charles Mead or of district No 38 the Oaks Sta tion neighborhood and he listed a total of 30 school children between the ago of six and twenty years Last year the district showed only 25 The other enumerators are still at work and will report as soon as they finished It Is likely all will come In next week Indications point to an Increase In the county school census this year i CUMBERLAND BUILD SEW LINE f I Will Go to Paris Tenu Down limo- N C mid St L Road The management of the Cumber land Telephone company today an nounces Its acquisition of a private right of way along the N C and St L road and will build a lino from Paducah to Paris Tenn taking In all the small towns along the line This will give the company a terri tory where It has heretofore been unable to go The purchasing of tho right of way was gone about quietly and Is now complete Material has been ordered here and will arrive In a short time and work on the new line and will begin before the month Is out It Is said MR CHARLES REED Offered Commission On Gen Tylers Stair Mr Charles Reed has been offered n commission on Gen Tylers staff Forests Cavalry and Invited to go with the general to the Confederates reiiulou at New Orleans but as hats now n member of Col Youngs staff he bad to decline I d c 1s ANGER TO QUIT SENATE Condition of Ills Health Renders theI Step Advisable Detroit April 7 Announcement Is made at Senator R A Algers or flee In this city that he will not be a candidate to succeed himself In the senate when the legislature meets on January 1 next Announcement took the form of a letter which It was sta ted was received today from tho sen ator It says Owing to the condition of my health I am compelled to withdraw my candidacy to succeed myself in the United States senate While it Is a great sacrifice to sever a connection of many years standing with the pub tic affairs of my state that sacrifice has become necessary oooooooooooO VESUVIUSI DESTROYS TIm 0 O VILLAGE OF nOSCOTREOAS 0 O Naples Italy April 7Gm 0 O tinned How of lava and renewed 0 O activity of Vcsuvelus has great 0 O Ily nlnrmed the villagers The 0 O whole country Is practically 0 O panic stricken The Inhabitants 0 O of Roscotivcns near Pompeii 0 O writs removed by military most 0 O of ttheir property was carried to 0 I places of safety 0 O LATER The floating lava 0 O destroyed the village of RoscoU 0 O recns Excitement Increasing 0 OOOOOOOOOOO THE WEEKS NEWS IN THE COMMERCIAL WORLD Bank clearings this week 759658 SameV week last year 00538 Increase I42i77 The bank clearings showed a good Increase this week the first time In several weeks The movement of to bacco was one of Pie factors causing the increase A good deal of tobac co came In this week some days as high as seventyfive loads a day T J Stahl Co received about 300 000 pounds this week and It next week continues to bring In as heavy receipts they will have received about all their purchase Prices arc very satisfactory about an average of Gc around Last year tho crop was bringing only about Cc Wholesalers report very good business with collections coming up nicely nigh water has Interfered with business IIni some localities but not much iRetall trade has been good this week The weather Is a little cool and tho seasorf backward but the closp proximity of Easter which comes next Sunday has stimulated retail trade The second week of regular tobacco sales shows an increase In offcr inga and receipts and a slight In crease In prices The report of the Inspector for tho week follows Receipts week 104 hhgs Receipts year 1114 hhgs Offerings week 79 hhgs Offerings year 159 Miss Rejections wee33 hhgs Sales week 47 hhgs Sales year C31 hhgs New York Rank Statement Reserve decrease 7691900 Less US decrease 7093925 Loans Increase 7205500 Specie decrease 6137000 iLegals decrease 1767200 Dep decreaso 849200 Circulation decrease 127600 Duns Report Now York April 7R G Dun Cos weekly review of trade will sayTrade has not been perceptibly retarded by the Interruption to coal mining except In tho Immediate vicinity of anthracite mines High temperatures not only broaden the demand for seasonable merchandise but stimulate agricultural operations reopen Northern navigation and start ollerI controversies the commercial horizon would bo cloudless But some menu facturlng plants will be compelled to suspend if the fuel supply Is cut off and structural work is Interrupted by demands for fylghor wages in certain localities That the year 1906 started out to eclipse all records la evidenced by bank exchanges 18 per cent larger CrovIous ties of commercial failures averaged only 81 per cent to efult 1000 oj solvent payments through the clear- Ing houses s which Is the lowest com mercial death rate for the first three months of any year Railway earnings In March were 69 per cent larger than last year and foreign commerce at this port for the last week showed gains of 1139369 In Imports and 837959 In exports as compared with the corresponding week In 1905 Progress In the Iron and steel In dustry has not suffered as yet from the partial suspension of coal min ing and now business comes forward each week In great volume Latest developments are most pronounced in the structural steel division Next In volume of now business Is tho tonnage of steel rank that Is rapidly closing order books up to the end of the year Further strength appeared In tho hide markettFailures this wegk inimberei 197 as against 232 last year and 18 In Canada as against 28 last year THIRTY BURIED IN THE RUINS MADEI Boiler Explorsion in Vienna Results in Much Disaster Order for Pennsylvania Railroaders to Report for Work Regarded As Cheering MAXIM GORKY COMING HERE Vienna Austria April 7AJ boil er explosion today at Ellslngers1 wa terproof factory destroyed the boiler house and some adjoining residences Thirty persons were burled In the ruins Two were killed and twenty seriously Injured Regarded OH Encouraging Shamokln Pa April 7ThePennsylvania railroad employes laid off last week owing to the suspen sion of mining are ordered to report for duty Monday This causes the belief that the operators intend com Ing to a satisfactory conclusion with tho miners next week No Reason to liar His Washington April 7it is stated at the bureau of immigration that no information is on file which would tend to bar Maxim Corky the Rus sian revolutionist and author who Is on his way to this country aboard the Kaiser Wllhelm Der Grosse The vessel1 Is expected to roach New York Tuesday The Law Will Re Tested Boston Muss April 7 Secretary of State Olin has revoked the license of the Metropolitan Coal company on the ground that It violated the stat utes in advancing the price of coal al per ton The entire matter of the right of dealers to boost prices on slight provocation will be thrown In to tho courts Cambridge Wins Again London April 7The annual boat race between the crews of Ox ford and Cambridge Universities today was won by Cambridge by five wonthotwentyeighth nual boat race with Oxford Trolley Car lilt by Train San Francisco April 7Ai trolley car was demolished and four persons hurt but none fatally In a collision with a Southern Pacific theater train The accident happened at a crossing Tho motorman raised the gato attar the train pawed not see Ing another coming In tho opposite direction Dowiu IH Still Mad Laredo Tex April 7John Alex ander DowIe passed through here this morning on his way to Zlon City to meet lila accusers He was In his berth and his companions said ho was feellpg well It was also said ho had been In great rage ever since ho started north Tho party remains In San Antonio a day and then proceeds to Chicago UMRRELLAS AS SHIELDS Eruption of Vesuvius Continues and New Crater Is Formed Naples April 7Streams of lava which are diffusing great heat are progressing with considerable rapidity In the direction of Pompeii Front tho new crater vhch is twenty feet in clcumferenco tho lava has already gone two miles and a half Hot mud ashes and black sand are also eject ed which mixed with rain produce the socalled caustic rain which Is most damaging to vegetation Although tho showers of cinders here have been diminished people can ho seen holding up umbrellas m protection against the falling ashes CASINO OPENS May 15th With Vaudeville Attraction It Is Said Manager William Malone of Wallace park announces that lioWlII open the summer theater about May 15th Ho will probably present vaudeville attractions for the first few weeks OOOOOOOOOOOO 0 0 ANOTHER RUSSIAN 0 0 GOVERNOR 0 O ASSASSINATED 0 O St Petersburg April 7 0 0 Governor SleptolT of Tver Rug 0 O sin wins assassinated this after 0 10 noon while driving through the 0 0 matt street A bomb was ex 0 0 ploded under his carriage O 0 SteptofTft body was torn to 0 0 pieces and the coachman in 0 O jured Tho force of the con 0 O cusslon Minashed nil windows of 0 O the neighboring houses The 0 O perpetrator n young man name O 0 Is unknown 0 O O- QOOOOOOOOOO 4 r t f 1 1 t landmMk+ M McCrackw 3- i Countyirere people reed TItIIiI i oc Baa thaa auJ eihr Mpat Ti i 4 MARRIED WHEN EIGHTY The Record Accorded to An ExKen tucklan Living on the Slope Los Angeles April 7None of the pilgrims from this city to Louisville next June for Homecoming Week will attract more Interest than Simon Hendricks a brlckmasonwho will be 99 years old on April 29 Mr Hendrlcks was married In this city when he was 80 years of age and when ho was 90 his seventh child was born He Is a native of Somer set Pulaskl county Ky having been born there on April 29 1807 and recalls many incidents of the early days of the Bluegrass state Mr lien drlcks remained a bachelor until he was 80 years of age when he won the heart and hand of Miss Encar naclon Peters who was but 21 years old when she became his bride July 9 1887 Mr and Mrs Hendricks and their seven children expect to go to Louisville for Homecoming Week MATTERS RIGHTED A SEPARATED FAMILY MAY SOON RE REUNITED Annoying Complications Which Grew Out of Visit to Native Laud by a Paducah Lady Mrs Mary Arteneza Rossi Vlvlannl who tins been detained In her homo In Genoa Italy Is In a fair way to return to the welcoming arms of her husband the well known fruit dealer of this city after a separation of more than two years The detention resulted from complications arising from Ignorance of the provisions of the ItalianAmerican treaty regard Ing tho Importation of native rtal lana to tho United States but with the aid of attorneys and after an endless chain of correspondence the word now comes that all will In a short time be untangled and the wife bo permitted to leave her native country and return to Paducah- It was all brought about by a rills fortune to her little son who Is deaf A provision of the treaty betwen Italy and this country prohibits the Importation of any natlrve Italian who Is not sound in mind and body and any defect such as deafness makes If Impossible for tthe unfortu nato applicant to secure passage to thiS country and when Mrs Vlvlh nand started to this country after a visit in Italy she was not permitted to leave with the boy Attorneys Bagby Martin were employed by the husband and after months of hard work succeeded In laying thp matter clearly before time proper authorities and this morn ing received a letter showing that the proofs and other papers necessary to prove that the son Is an Amer lean born boy have been forwarded to James Jeffery Roche at Genoa Italy the American consul at that place and as soon as they reach him witH mean tho mother and son may leave at will- DecnuJlo of this complication Vlvl annl and his wlfo have been separ ated nearly a year longer than they Intended SEWER COMMITTEE Will Meet Sometime Monday to Take Up the Extension Alderman Palmer has returned to the city and the joint sewer com mittees of the council will meet with the city engineer Monday to close a contract for an engineer to take ccharge of time sewer extension in the West End TODAYS MARKETS Wheat Open Close May 77 773k July 77 V4 77 Corn May 45 4 4GtA July 40 V4 4G Oaes May l 31 U 3U July 29 30 Pork I July ii1609 1617 Cotton May 1120 1120 July 1115 1115 Oct 1053 1008 StocksI t 173 U 17- 3LN 150 149iRdg 138 137 T C I1C1 161 Local Markets Dressed Chickens 35c to GOc Eggs16C a dozen Dutter 25c lb Irish PotatoesPer bu 8Qov Sweet Potatoes Per bu SOc Country Hams 14c lb Green Sausage12c lb Sausage 15c lb Country Lard lOc lb Onions 3 or Jc Radishes Per bunch 5c- LettucesPer bunch6- cSprlngchlckeas25ct trice 1 1 tH fii 1 1 CANADA BANISHES s AMERICAN SILVER rDeporttatlon to be Carried Out at Expense of Qpverment Only Worth Half Face Value and Canada Wont Permit U S to Reap Benefit I J RANKS ARE STACKING MONK i I Vancouver D C AprIl7Stacks iof American sliver dollars halves quarters ten and five cent piecesramounting altogether In many thousands of dollars In a month are be ing gathered In Vancouver banks for banishment to the country whose mint gavo them birth + Tho deportation Is to bo carried out at the expense of the Dominion active steps all over Canada wltfc the aid of the banks to rid the coup r try of tho sliver tokens which per mil Uncle Sam to distort himself as- a money lender at the expense of the Canadian government Vancouver will be one of the great cst clearing houses In connection with tho movement to wipe out American silver money and In Its place put good Dominion government notes Few people save bankers and merchants are aware that at least twothirds of the silver In circula tion In this city Is American Van couver Is so near the border and her relations with sound cities aro so close that hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of American silver 1 finds its way Into circulation here annuallyThe of Canada In respect to the deportation of this silver Is this The United States government while of course It stands responsi ble for Its coinage Is pouring silver money out of Its mints which Is intrinsically worth but approximately half Its face value Thus Undo Sam la In possession and has the use of 50 per cent of the face value of his 1 silver money which Is In circulation In Canada In other words the Uni ted States government so far as Ca r nada Is concerned Is In the same po sition Ill that occupied by the max who makes counterfeit dollars with good silver and then exchanges them for merchandise for every 50 cents worth of silver he puts Into hls dole lava he would tie able to get a dol J lars worth of merchandise In ex change It Is a matter of history more sliver Into their coins than does tho United States mint and atlll they have made money In order that Canada may reap the benefit consequent upon the use of the gold which backs sliver and note currency the American silver Is tot be wiped out of circulation Wuat benefit there is In this the Dominion 4 government is now determined to haveMr William Murray manager of the Canadian Bank of Commerce stated In an Interview on this sub ject that he felt assured time peoploj of Canada would bo astonished when Information was compiled as to the exact amount of American silver In circulation In this country Asked IIf it would run Into hundreds of thousands of dollars he said It was larger than that was away over the million mark but he did not feel Ina position toiglve a close estimate Mr Murray Is convinced that atjleast two thirds of tho spoor circulating In Vancouver today is of American col nage t t 1 1000 MEN LAID OFF TJ On Account of Decreased VnUBe DM to tho Coal Strikeiiof Boston April 7Owlng It was said to decreased traffic on account of the coal strike one thousand men employed in the shops of the Boston and Albany division of theNw ork Central railroad have received no tics that work would be suspendedJ until further notice at Alston Spring field and Rensselaer lJf Y i Street Car 0t EmbankMent Kokorno Bid AprtF7 + k street car went over a 12 foot embankment + today J IL Bruff a prominent ar chitect was crushed to pulp when take-n out dead Five others there injured one of whom MrsFrankHud gins will die o 0 dO o6fO o 0 0 0 O TIlE WO IAXTinS TIME 0mO ROOKED TilE BOAT O O Grand Rapids Mich April 0 O 7Sliortly before midnight 0 O last night George McDonald 0 O Samuel Callahan Thomas Je 0 i O laney and Mrs George COppO a PO were taking a Sail In a gasp O O lino launch boa Cedar JUverO O Mrs Copp rocked the boat O O when it suddenly capsized Of O D loney swam ashore to sum 0rO mou help but before he te 0s O turned time others wenj drown OV4 O cd ono pfthovtwiuP =aM- O recovered tijro O 0 000016I t iiy Wi 4r i b i v T v BtWW T c intfn 1 ciZWr1I1 ffHB EH5UCXH YrJJ J1 UJ tie t j 11 1 i A I IFIRST2 I w aA f r KOIOCKyI HONE S t3- t TUESDAY NIG- HTAPRIL r f V r i 1 O f OT f PADUCAH TRACTION COs re IftcbrporldJ i1 u the Station FOURTH STREET LINE day schedule In effect 2 1906 Cart L ave UnlcnStetfosl e 600 am 612 re 6 am J G36 am 648 an 7oo am 7ii a-my 734 amt l 736 am 748 am 8sx amt 812 am 824 am =t 836 am a 8148 am 9 oo am 912 am Z I 9iJ4 am 936 am 948 am 1000 am oia am 1024 am 1036 am 1048 am 1100 bat itia am 1124 a- miit aim 1148 am 1200 m 1212 pm 1224 pm 1236 pm 1248 pm 100 pm 113 pm 124 pm 136 pni 148 pm 206 pm 212 pm 224 P1- f236p 248 pm- 3ocipm Stapm 324p 336 pm 348 prnf 4oopm 412pm 424 pm 436pm 448pmSoo 512 pm 524 pm 536 firs 548 pm 66d pin 612111162411m c 636 pm 648 pm 700 pm 712 pW 724 pm niI 76 ptu 748 pm 800 pm 812 pm 824 pm 836 pm 848 pm 900 IIm 912 pm 924 pm 936 pm 948 pm 1000 pm 1024 pm 1106 pm 11124 pm marked Fonrth fourth Broadway Foutth Broadway Union Station Fourth Broadway Station Ii CbeKcnluckyTKtKPHO t TONIGHT Y C Alleys Musical Comedy CINDERELLA Ciifctijf musicfPTeliy chorus if611AMD ELECTRICAL EFFECTS show pleases both and Special matinee for ladies and children 1Night Prices250 350 SOC 750 a1 Beat selling 1-I ATues9ayVjSiT IN PoUR YEARS Maurice Campbell Presents Ti CROSMAN Ti latest Unequalified Success Merry Modern Comedy MARY MARY QUITE CONTRARY Piiyed Tire Garrlck New York With the Company Prices inUre Orchestra FIcor ir5o Balcony soc 750 100 Gallery 35c- recta sale lionday Paul Woolydlrector tho serum laboratory bureau 7tIMAee TaZrivPhUiJihtee11x6 accept Sri dtreciorahip btthe pathlogl ryJW f5peei t1 630 706 718 854 906 918 006 Maurice Campbell will present Americas Foremost Comedienne HENRIETTAJf In her unqualified success the merry modern comedy Mary Mary Quite ContraryAs played at the Oarrick Theatre New York with original cast and production THE 8heetlwedeUnion Week April Cars Leave Rowlndtown fc6 618 am 642 6j4 730 712 734 So6 818 83o 842 am 930 942 954 1018 1030 1642 1654 1106 I118 130 1142 1154 pm 1218 pm 1230 pm I2U2 pm- i254pm pm i18 pm 13o pm 142 pm 154 pm 206 pm 218 pm 230 pm 242 254 pm 306 pm 318 pm pm 342 pm 354 pm 406 pm 418 pin 430 jm 442 pm 454 pin pill 518 pm 53 pm 542 pm 554 pm 606 pm 618 pm 63o pm pm- 742pm pm- 8ISpm S4pm 918 954 pm- JO30pm 1054 Ir3o Trips thus to Broadway only Late cars leave at 1015 ro381115 p m for Rowlandtown j Late car leave at 1005 1043 iio7 P m leaves at 110 3 10 n m for Union f i that old youngi 0 0 now L I i 0 tfiltSt t r t s F 0 m i The r o j Xi at Original e 850 and oa 9 a ill r vDr G of of of r f toi i to start+ I tA 10 ttu am am am am am am am am am am am am am am am am am am r t L a JJ c latest t fl r r e am am am am am am 1 am am am 12x6 pm 506 TEe Perfect IuI Suer karat sons gold cold banda 250 tOO with cold Sold YOUR Ube retail direct Minaf 642 pm 654 pm pm 7iS pm 730 7554 pm 806 pm 842 rni 906 pm pm pm pm pm pm pUl go and and and fol Owl car and and 1 A and t the 106 330 and theKentucky Telephone IMS Monday Nighti April 99- ii The Worlds Greatest Romantic Actor Mr5In James ONeill first only and posi tively farewell Tour Monte Cristo I The Play He Made Famousl Prices 25 S3 CO 75 1 150 Seats on saleSaturdafj simpleqaurca4+fat Hiiiilrn ud only 8lffiUlng PeA No 700 Ink to pUIGo eloirint or hiking YooslmpirprcathebottoauIn la afSuh Ietouchu IIFhI 2No as with 14 vulcanedfEagle FLIh No2S- dth 28JarRband 400 Del othaSpa Ark DIALER EileFLASUtend the price ton partcedEagle Pencil Co rtorfr 377Bro dw y Now Yom 1 r oJ J 706 830 t 930 94a nS4 o and 1138 Her i and I Intt3fary Marc ijulte Contrary =nt Tho Iviiitilcby TniMlhy nightI tl I r rj r I TONKJHT AND NEXT AVBE1C At TUB KfiXTUCKV Tpnlnht Clndeitllft slouchy night Janice OXvill la Monte Crlsto Tuesday night Ilrnricttn Crosinnn- In Mary Mary Quito Contrary Saturday iiintlncc anti night The Nluht 6v Uurlrsqufrs The Night Owls Burje quers are bobUcil for matinee and night at The Kentucky Saturday April 14 The company stands high In the bur Icsque ffeid The attraction carries 25 ppoplo and 1 chorus of twenty well fornied handbomo young Jadlea hosing and dance well undsun numbs Are well provided rpr da there are if of them costumes are handsome and scenery new and gor geous Protygirl Jn plentiful numbers four cojnedlaris arid the best nude ville obialnablo wljl be fho attrac tlon at The KpnlUckj tonight when Y C Alley Tiiuslcal Comedy con pany present tthe great spectacular production Cinderella Tho company comes Id this city after playing all the principle cltled in the South and West Tho Jackson Miss Times had tho following to say about the production The Y C Alley Mus- Ical Comedy company In Cinderella appeared at the Century last night In the most stupendous musical com ediea the the tfegoer9 of this city had witnessed In many a day In fact that production frdm an artistic polntot VIew was far above ttte aver age In musical comedies Manager Roberts Tins two very ex collent attraction for his patrons for next week James OXelll In Monte CrIsto and Miss Crosman In Mary Mary Quito Cantrary 0elll has been hero before In Mooto Crlsto and hlJ perform ances are appreciated as splendid Miss Crossnran Is a Paducah favorite and Is always sure of the properre ceptlon Manager Roberts has number of good attractions for his patrons yet notwithstanding tho season Is near Ing a close The best ho will have to otter Is Viola Allen who comes May 8th In her new play The Toast of the Townr In what Is claimed to be the best play and In the best part that sho has ever had surrounded by a talented company llenretta Crosman Americas foremost comedienne comes to The Kentucky Tuesday night She will present a new mod ern comedy entitled Mary Mary Quito Contrary In this play Miss Crosman has made her biggest triumph She has made other big nits notably In Mistress ol1its You Luke It and Sweet Kitty Bellalra but none of these equal the popular ity that has come to her lather lat- estplayMiss Mary the character assumed by Miss Crosman In the comedy Is A young woman of position who has been pursued by 30 nlany suitors that she has fortified her heart against all In tike state does Her bert panvers feel that ho has en cased himself because of a fancied love affair otn few years ago These two meet Through a series of amusing complications a smart battle of wits a rapid sequence Of droll situations In which many In teresting persons qro Involved these two are at length trapped into a declaration of love The comedy band of the cloverest of recent times It spafklefl throughout and all the characters In the play are entertain ing They will bo excellently played far thd company Is mach Up of well known persons Miss Crosman always has an excellent company and she never falls to mount her playa magnificently James OXelll has played the part of Edmund Dantcs In Monte Crlafcp almost 5000 lliiius from New York to San Francisco and back again It Jfrlodtiel as enviable as it Is well deserved Time and again Mr ONeill VIliS de aired to throw the mantle gt the Count of Olonto Crlsto from his shoulders but each time the public Mil Insisted that ho put it 017 again Tho plajfgoors recognize the fact that there Is no other romantic actor In America today whom they wish to see impersonate this character Tao story of this masterpiece of tho elder Dumas Is well known In every city and family where the gems of literature are studied and enjoyed The story of the simple sailor lad thrown Jnto prison In or der to further the selfish ambition of an unscrupulous politician his remarkable escape from the Chateau dif by tho aid of the dying Abele rartaliiB recovery of the lost trcas urn of the Island of Montei Crlsto his meeting with his persecutors at tI- II tv r I Ji rPit52 zt L t11 I r l J I at a are the of an to ri even of the must the f I II I II I II White islet mide of Cloth with opeo work insert I LsdeV for BlackI Gauze Lisle Hose Children black Hose ribbed I Dove for for extra Hose tor nn interval of ygare nt the tan of tho Pont do Gard his as tho Count do Monte CrIsto at tho Hotel do Mor ccrf the duel with In the forest of and hIs final restoration to his and the af fectionate with hIs all to tho effects The jyjll 1JI Is Is to bo to B A repetition off umpffs scored in 0 Mistress Nell StveettKitt Bellairs You PRICES orchestra ClorS 4 First balcony 100 M toTows balcoriy I Balace of and 35C Seat sale Mon day Q m lr IIIEId1irigsIIII Ihere pleasing prices which show distinct saving overiwhat other stores quoting 1SHOPPING SUGGESTIONS I Every one illustrates power honest store offer hand attiartivfct goods at beginning season at prices thatt pleasel most economically minded women I IILtdltS liagtifullyI1 IILII9 LingerieI trimmed 0rT heavy son bo f X15025C 25e15e 15e15e t j Walll Bslt with and new feather Pant for A Silk Hn sal w a I ir ouper PAna Ribbsn M Inches wide Cor Printed Rtblon very swell for M Carpets Rugs Linoleums and assortments and excellent arid Foufth eighteen brilliant appearance Dangiara Tontainblau rights meeting submitting Intensely dramatic production which eyelet embroider platted spangles atTho Kentucky Monday night r tho most elaborato Mr has yet gIven Monte Cristo and his supporting company said equal his own superlative repu tation YOUNG the tri she i As Like It hx- i tcre 150 three rows fNext 75C batcony50Q Calletyr25C on a the New white Dainty with INior Flowered 4 Warp w that ONellS We can please you If you want quality style and something pleasing to look at You only buy Mantels for your new home once Why not get them right We have a large line to select from Our are the lowe con sidered 25c III I S f 100100II I I 5c o 5De II I II10eII J r Mattings CurtainBig v- aluesLBOgilvieCo 1 Broadway s prices quality l j rI = ihe i attucahllhtib I out after tho annual strito toihnndt dIexecutive committed meets to try to secure IaddrahLr ti r 11Doatj MANTELS I speCial MOndayII t 14 quart enamel Dishrr Pan1first qualityI i1 ttiwhile last ithey I one to depeered t 29cJIts c r t MTv APU L PAYNf1 I f 11 rwl1oL t w f io A tt- H The Week In illS IIKKIMTIOV And what is a girl A morsel of ribbon and feathers and laco A mischievous elf with an angels taceIA thorn that will tense you A rose that will please you A wllldthewlsp for eluding your chaseafr And Mat is a stet And what Is a girl f A rlddlo whoso meaning no mortal can guess 4 4With I No on her tongue when her heart would say ycsjI HnlfartfuJ limit simple Half ipqut end halt dimplel JVhoso eyes will betray fttint liar lips would rppreas t glrl1tAlllKllllUHlllllllNt I I Ihomatinee Musical club will I meet in regular bimonthly meeting t at tho club rooms In tho Beavers ibdgo room ut Sixth and Broadway Wcdnosday afternoon Works of the FOR PAINLESS TOOTH ULUNGY lfffy3 A jf r- iikt 1 W MONDAV APRIL 9th 9 a m to 9 pm UL VVfBMJ m r uF Rr ftp i2I2I wc- h riaryi 1ti tHf ib AF b 1 i r Souvenirs to the ladies Souvenirs to the men Y Society living composers will ho tho feature of tho program and Mss Anne Brad shaw and Miss hula Reed will be the leaders meetwithafternoon 0IIUXUU lFORI A POPUiaitS- OCIKTVi VOUXO MAX Mr David IKoger has been appointed by General II A Tyler major general commanding Forests Caval ry Corps as a major on his staff Mr Kogor is a son of Captain James Ko ger ono of the most prominent Con federate Veterans in tho city Ho is very popular socially and his ap pointment is an appreciative one Confcdlrate leans this month and bo one of Oen Tylers escorts iTi A Dull Week The Past week has bc9ii a very dull one socially but no doubt tho fair sox devotees have found It i busy one with their preparations for Easter and spring Next week Is Holy week and thoro is nothing on tho calendar of any Importance aside from two very good attractions at Tho Kentucky Lent has been observed by most everyone this eoason and is becom tug tho custom moreI and more with each passing year which Is but pro per nnd rightV There are a number of social func tiois down for Immediately after Hester weddings dinner parties house parties and germans and a tiliort and sajr season la the prospect A A Surprise JmiIIA surprise party t tie Mlss Josephine RelddaughN h TrimIblopresent wore Misses Vivian Rivers Mnjdlp Watts Ruth Phelps Dpllie Pepper Mary Hammond Racheal Logan Louise Sexton Inn Oott LIl Man Robertson Irene Ford Isabel Langston Leona Jones Josephine Glynn Masters Ioulo Rouse Manly Hanllsou George Ellington Gus Hank James Hugh Logan Frank Young Roy Travis Earl Smother man Georgo Hammond Thomas Glynn Al Young Refreshments were served and the affair proved a suc cess in juvenile society circles 0PliNiNnntly Kntci tallied Miss Mamie Heath entertained at her home on West Trimble street on Monday evening Those present were Misses Anna Rena Smith Jessie Gott Clara Rhodes Jennie Warren LII lian Adkins Jda Sexton Ola Nail Mamie Heath Bcnnlo Levin Mary Shumuker Alma Armstrong Clara Phelps Lcuh Garrltson Messrs Clhrcnco Robertson Cecil Robertson RA Garrltson Rhone Nichols Rudy King Gilbert Smith Will Thomas Allison Syatts Rotert Little Alfred Green The occasion was a most pleasant one GKiitcrtuliimciit Friday Night Mr and Mrs Jeff Darrett 1128 West Trimble entertained a num her of friends last night with a Lacy ky party Among those present were Misses Noja Halt May Shumaker Stella Ross flara Rhodes Carrie Clayton Marlon Williamson Rozolla Young hallo Rosa Alma Armstrong Grace Acker Mary Shumakor Neva Clayton Messrs Arthur Swanson Luther Long Ed Barrett Joo Gpur leux Terry Thompson Ed DownsAl trod Green Cecil Robertson Rudy King Cfiner Hall James Folks All son Watts MlssCarrlo Clayton won tho prize for the most novel costume Refreshments were served during the evening A 0Womans Auxiliary Tile Womans Auxiliaryof Grace Episcopal church save 1U Missionary Tea for April In the parlor gf the c l S5 mSOUare most cordially invited to r attenda style exposition at Wall stein s Monday April 9th 9am to 9 p m on wjiich occasion they will display thef t newest thoughts in Mens and Boys Spring Dress The Childrens DepartII meet will be especially attractive to mothers portraying the most ad vanced ideas in accepted styles for the little fellows The show of mensandV c boys toggery will be very much outI rofff the ordinary and in keeping with the high standard off this store It will desireVi yt to know whats right and correct i n- irfV7 r spring apparel c j r I 242 a iii xl parish houso Friday afternoon Mrs Roy W McKInney was tho hostess and the program was furnished by the Juniors with papers from Misses Mary Wheeler Dorothy Langstaff Sara Corbett Lucia Powell and Eliz abeth KIrkland a The U I C Paducah chapter United Daugh ters of the Confederacy held their regular meeting for April on Tuesday afternoon with Mrs Leila Lewis on Washington street GTlic n A n Mrs A S Dabney was tho hostess to the Paducah chapter Daughters of the American Revolution Friday at her home on North Fifth street It was the meeting for April Tho quotations were from John FIske and the general topic Arnold the Traitor and Nathan Hale the Pa triot 3lh- oCrescendo Club Tho Crescendo club met Thursday afternoon at 1 oclock at tho studio of Miss Virginia Newell on North So tenth street WTho P 17 C Club Miss Rosebud Hobson Is hostess to the P DC club this afternoonwlth cards as the feature of tho meeting The Entro XOUB Club Miss Marjorie Dagby entertained the Entro Nous club yesterday after noon Only the club members wore guests Miss May Owen won tho club prize Danco WcdiiCKilny Night The members of the younger sot in society gave a danco at the Bruns wick hall Wednesday nig- htG Dolphic Club The Delphic club held an interest Ing meeting Tuesday morning In tho Delphic room at tho Carnegie libra ry The regular program wag dispens ed with arid the club listened to an Art Talk by Mrs Stephen Wylie of California who has recently re turned from Europe and is visiting J I t1 friends here en route home She was one of tho art commissioners for the Portland Oregon exhibition and is very interested In art n a GMiss Mnnliciincrs Recital Mss Manheimcr of the College of Music of Cincinnati gave two very Interesting recitals Wednesday ono at tho High school In tho afternoon and the other at tho Temple Israel Wednesday evening She was assist ed at the Temple entertainment by Mr Harry GIlbertMrsJas Wclllo and Mr Emmett BaglJy The entertainments wero for tho benefit of the Charity club and the High school library vt BOTH MEETINGS INTERESTING I Broadway M E Church Services Are PracticallyI Successful The revival at the Broadway M E church continues and yesterday an other record breaking attendance heard tho JRovorcnd Culpoppors preach on Tho Examination of the Heart In tho morning and on Be Sure Your Sins Will Find You Out In the evening Twentytwo applica dons for membership in tho church wore mado yesterday Morning serv ices wore conducted today and will be repeated tonight Tho revival at tho Second Baptist church fs also receiving excellent at Lcndnncu and much good work Is boy Ing done West for tho Heavily Laden was the text of Rev Farrar last night and tho little church was paqkcd to overflowing The revival late aro still working among tho I C shop men and aro encouraged to continue tho meeting through next week Cures Coughs and Colds Mrs C Peterson 62S Lako St Topeka Cans says Of all cough remedies Ballards Horehound Syrup Is my favorite It has dono and will do all that Is claimed tor Itto speed ily cure all coughs and coldsand It Is so sweet and pleasant to the taste Sold by Alvey 41 List Jt Floral fi aM I Decorations + 1 i- Ir ItI4t tf 7 1 i Music qF e t t- iiil01 iill r Excursion Sunday Afternoon April H to Smlthland and return on tho steamer Dick Fowler Leave tho wharf at 230 p fn Returning leave Smlthland 5 Pp Arrive home C p m Tare round trip 25 cents Good music Good refreshments No intoxicating liquors Go and take your family and enjoy the afternoon Chicago April 7At tho extraordinary ago of 123 years Mrs Phllo Rogers a negro woman died at her homo here Mrs Rogers was born In Missouri and reared a largo family long before the first muttcrlngs of the antislavery sentiment agltajcd Now England k j Stricken Down With Paralysis MV J It Denny of Grahamvllle this county one of tho best known and most prominent farmers of the county was stricken with paralysis last night and today Is in avery pre carious condition Mr Denny was In tho city yesterday coming in to at tend tho revival services at the Broadway Methodist church anti was stric ken attar he returned homo The Texas Wonder r Cures all kidney bladder and rheu matte troubles sold by J II Oehlr schlaeger GOt Broadway Dr BW Hall office 2926 Olive St SLtfbuIs t VMo1 r 1rl With LeBe Ogtlvic 6 pp I I 1 DISPLAYQFrr EASTER HATS Weve unquestionably reached the highest point attainable 1 in millinery art in cVcry sense of the yord Never t have we made such grand showing as is represented In this Hester display A few of the ilxcellent styles wCtoffr In sailor shapes untrimmed and tailored We aftlUaUlPanamaburnt and while in this dfsphiy I J 4 Yv w a f 1 1 J Rf L J nIJ4 C 1JdtrncaIJ 5nn MTKRNOON AND WEEKLY I w1 TIE SUN PUBLISHING COt IMC HPeftATB 4 91IH PrMldMlMdBMM- rXvirai J PAXTOV QMtrtt Miim SUBSCRIPTION RATiMIII- AiMMMtime portofflM M PtOainh Xyi M + MeOBd elu mater THE DAILY BUN By water per Weekt10-uy fer Bontb In adTUM 4- 0Bf MU per year in tdrmca ISO THE WEEKLY SUM f TNT by vail pottan JaiA N tip AUrM THE SUN PtfBMh Ky Onion 115 Booth Tbird I TKIFHOW No M SHE BUN 0A111 ronm At tn GItLOW IJN PLACIII- r K D demean A H1 I vas FatatrHooM Culln roI o I SATUKDAY APRIL 7 r CIRCULATION STATEMENT tJu March 1 3778 t March 23784 u 3778ur March C h3757 March 73765 March 83764- s March 93774 March 103768 Match 123768- March 133771 March 143774 3788M March 16379 9 March 17 3792 March 19 3782 March 20 3783 March 21 378 March 22 3793 March 23 3791 March 24 3793 March 25 379J March 27 3805 March 28 3812 March 29 3837 March 30 3860 March 31 386 i Total Q v 10232- Avera go for March 19003790 Average for March 1905 3247 Rancrease C43 Personally appeared before me this April 1 1906E J Paxton general manager of Tho Sun who affirms that the above statement ot the circulation of The Sun for tho month of March 1906 Is true to tho itbest of hIs knowledge and belief PETER PtlUYEARi Notary Public My commission expires January 22 1908 Dally Thought a Dally Thought Tho leaders ot men are not tho ones who are trying to pet ahead of their fellows The late elections In Russia wouldI not lndIcatoJJbatUmtt mbled country is to come info tue peace it wasI thought all wanted The wrong e1 ment tho fractious class known asI u constitutional Democratswere the j Victors much to the surprise of the J t government and the outside world This faction cheered on by Ha sue morIis e and create a bloody Insurrection the government and the czar will not I be overrun roughshod This Is tho outlook now aidIf Russia has a conservative clefs and it is not strong enough and willing to do so to as sert Itself and get between the auto crats and the socialists of their coun try more blood mustf flqw in that land A country with such resources and latent strength as Russia should be able to stand in high places among the nations but divided as she is wI she or can sho do so o There is no doubt but that Presl dent Roosevelt is whetting his allrpetite to make war on tho trusts Ills late consultations with Speakeri Cannon Representative Hepburn a and others on Judge Humphreys immunity decision in tho packers case has a significance which tho v country will grasp It means that tho governments defeat in that suit Is only a temporary reverse Tho I war will be resumed as early as prac ticable as tho St Louts Globe Dem I pushedInecessitate the enactment of a now L statute or tho addition of a provis- Ion lawo b1Dutt may arise the president Is whetting J i a his appetite for business Q Tho state when given its racing Y commission by Gov Beckham was not surprised As the Lexington Loader aptly says While It was jslrcuuuusly urged by friomiB of Gov crnor Beckham that ho would not al I Jow political considerations to affect his appointment of the mon who to compose the new racing commission yet the names of such astuto politic sans as ColI Jack Chlnn at large ox o Mayor Charles F Grainger of Louis vine Tind Louis des Cognets of Lex reflectionmi for those wjio modestly dissent from 6 6thls view o There is a chargo which Is some what substantiated by the conditions that the votes of tho house aro rev tarding much legislation tho country Is demanding But it Is a poor rule which wont work both ways fiBd while much needed legislation de retarded much that is not needed isaleo retarded 4 0 x arepittilicansof Missouri more KSWthftlF own lin1ho municipalt f ttitfjieid in 1hlslae The Tjiwtiri has dearly ro tedII 1 peojJi JBjit this Is f t s t s not surprising their vigorousl in beliulf of good government an J tliolwholel i to the state that the people are ap preciatlve In a few ears more Mis souri will bo always as safely reI ImblJanns Is Illinois The building laws of Paducah wl J never be a complete success until n shacks of hay character are permit ted at least within the fire limitst Let the rule bo nothing short of sub stantial buildings whether largo or small and time dangers of wrecked houses disastrous fires etc will1 pass away o Tho use of tho voting machine grows rapidly In the lato elections though municipal in character man of those machines were given firstt trials in some large cities The vot ing machlno seems to iavo como to stay at least in all enterprising localities o Ours Is a great country ThIs year tile foreign trade will reach three bll lions In 1870 It was one billion and passed two billions in 1900 Tho growth of 50 per cent in six years I a Is remarkable record and it was achieved under the Dingle law o The senate In Gov Davis of Ar kansas who is to succeed Senate- Derry T will have a second Tillman t disposition It not talent Clearly the 9staid senate Is degenerating do why Davis as well as Tillman o Will Thorne be good this time while acting governor or will the state be given another Kuechter par don May the state escape such an other disgrace 07COMIMIISSiONI11S SALK In pursnancob a judgment of Me hlit Its January term 1906 In tho action of Mechanics Building and Loan As sociation plaintiff against Annie N Dulguid etc defendant I will on Monday April 9th about the hour of 10 oclock a m 190G being County Court lay at the Courtt house door In Paducah Kentucky sell to tho highest bidder on a credit of six months the following described property viz Lot No 16 In block No 11 In the West End Improvement company tin the city of Paducah Kentucky front ing fifty 50 feet on the south side of Broadway street and runnin back In a uniform whjth tpwards Court street now called Kentucky avenue ono hundred and sixty 1GO tent and mine 9 inches to an alley being the same lot conveyed by 1 C K Rose and wino to S W Arnold end Alice Arnold as recorded In deed book 51tTSet6 Incite office at tho Clerk of McCracken Count inot terest and cost amounting to one thousand and clghtyflvo and SOliOO dollars 108530 The purchaser will bo required to give bond with approved security bearIng interest at C per cent from day of sale having force of replevin bead on which execution may issue when due rThis 5th day of April V19C W D GUEBIU Attorney CECIL REED Master Com Notice to Contractors Notice is hereby given that scaled bids will bo received by me in be half of the county at my office In time court house on Saturday tho 14th of April 1906 at 10 oclock a m for tho purpose of furnishing to the county gravel for repairing tho Hln kleviilo and Lovejacovlllo gravel road The contractor will not be required to spread the gravel bit the same will be received by the countys Inspector upon tho road as delivered The bids are expected to be received upon the yard as to tho furnishing of sold gravel Tho Undersigned reserves the right to reject any or alllikls Dated April Oth 1906 E D JOHNSON float sup Iuhllc Sale of Franchise Paducah Ky April 3 190C I will offer for sale at the city hull door on tho 14th day of April 190C time hours of 10 and 12 oclock a m a franchise for operat ing a steam ferry between tho city of Paducah Kentucky and tho Illinois shore and Brookport Illinois In accordance with an ordinance recently passed ordering such sale in harmony with such other amend moats mado thereto prior to such of fering for sale as tho Common I Council may deem expedient to thorn enact The city reserves the right to re ject any and all bids DA YBJSBR Mayor City of Paducah Ky qhtfor Tln qnn ARGYLE ARROW 2 Cld hr1bQurcr 1cents erbtwo for 0rm QLUETT PEABODY G C4- eu a h + rtt7 ltiiillIll1 1- Lc goondAND MEDICINE We like best to call Scotts Emulsion a foodmedicine It is a term that aptly describes the character and action ofI aJprinciplcsreason that Scotts Emulsion has a distinct andspecial value in all wasting diseases There is nothing better to remedy time troubles of imperfect growth and delicate health in children The action of Scotts Emulsion is just as effective in treating weak ness and wasting in adults CCOTT 81 now Eo 409 Pwrl Slrttl New York I IIlErIlIl Dr StagesT fallnCincinnati 383 35 fall fallePlorence7 7 fall Johnsonvllle 1C7 18 fall Louisville 189 22 fall MU Carmel 235 3 rise Nashville 217 C2 fall Plttsburg 107 19 rise Davis Island Daml15 15 rise St louls2384 tall Mt Vernon 411 3 rise Paducah104 4 rise The river rose 4 last night this mbjnlng the gauge registering 401 But little more rise Is expected as the rivers above are all falling The Dick Fowler got away on time for Cairo this morning The Hopkins was the Evansville packet today Tho Kentucky will leave for the Tennessee river tonight Tho Lee line of boats will resume their Cincinnati to Memphis trips next Wednesday They have been laid up on account of the high water The Charles Turner left for the Tennessee river today The Margaret left for the Tennes todayg Tendsnessee for St Louis tonight I The Wilford came In from the umherland yesterday The Z p Flnley Wednesday oven ing took dyer tho falls the largest tow that has passed there In the history of navigation Tho tow con sisted of twentysix coal boats flye fuel barges nail one model barge Tho coal boats contained 624000 bushels of coal the fuel boats 36000 bushels of coal and the moled barges 2000Q M pounds of steel in tho form of rails But once before In the history of boating has a tow of any whore near thla size been taken over the 1allsrC3pt Dan Varblo one of the most proficient falls pilots on the Ohio steered tho boat during her perilous trip without mishap and anchored her In Portland In charge of Pilots George Clark and Lew Moore she will be started South to day on her way to Now Orleans Capt Robert Manning has command of tho boat Dui once before as stated has a tow anywhere near the size of this one been taken over the fells About a year ago the big Sprague carried a tow over tho falls whoso proportions were about two thirds that of tho ono taken by the FInlcy hirer Forecasts Tho Ohio at Evansvllle will fall slowly during the next 24 hours then fall at an Increasing rato for eoveral days At Ml Vernon will commence falling tonight or Saturday At Paducah and Cairo will continue rising during tho next 24 hours then remain stationary for about 24 or 3C hours before com mencing to fall The maximum stage at Cairo will be close to 4C7 feet The Tennessee from Florence to- ttho mouth will continue falling dur ing tho next 36 hours Tho Mississippi from Chester to Cairo very little change during tho next 36 hours Tho Wabash at Mt Carmel will probably commence falling Saturday Hoaiidful Clilmon Picture in every Sunday CourierJournal ready for framing Order from your news dealer now Wisp mon occasionally say things that Indicate a temporary suspension of their usual wjadow Dont fall to get a ropy of the Post Dispatch Knster edition flvl one roily from your new shuy IYOU DONT HAVE TO WAIT HJel doe malru you feel better r06keep roar whole nildet right Sold on the monnback alas wennrhere Price Koct NEW DRUG STORE IN- ROWLANDTOWN AT PIEPER BUILDING Prescription a specially Prescrlp lion department in charge of a grad uate in pharmacy Give ns a call Yours for business PPADUCAH PHARMACY CO- d 4 r I MOUNT JLHELDs UNTIL MONDAY Judge teed Wants n Verdict if Possible NIKIII Today Court Told the Jury lie Would Itoinlii Them Two Days More TIIK DOINGS IX COUUX TODAY Time Jury liv the Willis Mount case will not bo discharged before Monday morning unless some agreement Is Teach cd this announcement being made at noon to thq jury by Circuit Judge William Reed The Jury has been out since Thurs day afternoon at 0 oclock and from what can be heard is no nearer an agreement than It was when tho case chargeJudge In at noon just before court adjourned for the day and announced that ho would give them until Monday I will be ready at anytime to hear a verdict from you In this case ho statedI and will hold this open un tJfMonday morning The Jury was sent to dinner and tiff afternoon returned to tho courthouse to try to agree f dimity Coiirt Actions Joseph Henley has qualified as ad ministrator of his wife Sarah Han ley who was killed on the I C here several months ago Miss AdlnolIorton yesterday qual Idled as administrator of the estate of tho late Thomas Morton her brothor The Grind Jurys Work Time grand Jury reported again this morning returning seven Indict ments and three minutes of the ex ambling court the latter three mark cd dismissed The minutes Included tho case against Will Chllders ails Yellow Boy who made his escape frown the Jail several weeks ago and in steal lug a rIde on an L C freight train near Louisville fell off and lost four fingers on his loft hand Time negro was charged with breaking Into tho r nl Jones grocery and saloon The witnessed could not bp procured or the grand jury thought that maiming him for life came ns a Judgment and ordered time charge dismissed Yel low Boy was discharged from the jail tlUsmornlng Time minutes in the other cases yC aga nst Dorngrlr4 41 yllset mind Harrison Chambers colored the former charged with giving A worth less cheek for board Jle Is Indicted ualdcr two other coputs 3 already Chambers Is charged with knocking out Alonza Caldwolls eye with a Lei tle The two were in a fight and In tho melee Caldwell was struck by UHf bottlcji 11 The Indictments returned were Ono against J A Donovan and Will Jackson white for obtaining grocer Ie9from C Tucker alleging they were employed at time Cooperage Co plant when they were not One against Derry Smith colored charged with criminally assaulting Nancy Smith colored Ono against J T Norflcct while charged with forging the name of Jennlo Cowsert to worthless checks Tom Albrltton and Ison Scott colored charged with stealing copper wire and selling H to Will Mitchell as their own rOnc a nlnst Itoy DtinlapI iincl Will Albrltton colored for breaking limbo time Kern Jones grocery and saloon One against Alex Travis colored for entering the Mart Coulson plumb iqg shop one night bulidjng a fire and settling down to sleep by Us warmth He was charged with tres pass JeD Adams white for malicious Ily cutting Walter Shelby The court acted In several of tho cases as follows Adams found guilty of cutting In sudden heat and passion fined S Oii J and costs Roy Dunlap and Will Albrltton pleaded guilty ono year each In the penitentiary Alex Travis qnc month in tho county Jail The time of the grand Jury was extended one week- IAlviugs I Case Monday Monday the case against H It Loving for tho alleged murder of II A Rose will como up for trial and It Is understood both sides will an nounce as ready The defendant was given five years for manslaughter at the first trial but was granted a now trial by Judge Wm Reed This is time most important at least the most Inv creating case on tho criminal docket The Interesting Cases The circuit court equity docket shows tow cases of Importance none with which the public Is un acquainted The appearance show the cases of the IEast Tennessee Tele phone Co against the city of Iadu cah This Is the case where the telephone company enjoins tho city from Interfering with Its businessa rev sult of time fight tho city Is making to require It to secure a franchise until the court can pass on the mer its of tho case The matter was set tIed for the tlmo being In Louisville soon after the suit was filed but tho stilt has not been disposed of by any means Tho last three suits entered on tho appearance docket are brought against Officer Hurley and Thad Ter rell of time local police force They are for damages for the death of John Tice and for tho alleged assault- Ing of Wm Foster by tho latter ofll ccr the alleged assault having oc curred following the fusillade in which Tire was killed The criminal docket shows several cases against river men for running boats as pilot without license Most of these cases will be amicably adjusted and will require little time In court Suit for Money mid Dimmer Leo Crcnshaw of Marshall county haH tiled suit In circuit court against Fletcher Terrell and Wm Ward for 112 damages claimed sustained in a mule transaction this week Crcnshaw claims ho paid44i for a mule which flue defendants clatmcd to bo sound when they told It Time mule It Is alleged Kati a defective eye and Is in and the plaintiff want bin purchase money back and 112 damages in addition Tho Iollre Court While Otho Jackson a 11yearold negro boy IB serving time for tho crime of toting a pistol the au thorities will attempt to solve Jack sons exclusive methods of arithme tic which have so tar proven a puz 21bt to them- Jackson was arrested at Ninth and Lloyd streets yesterday afternoon by Patrolman E H Cross He had a pistol stuffed down In his overalls and claimed he bought It In Cairo succumbing to tho slick tongue of a pawn broker In whose place ho had gone to buy a watch Jackson elated he worked for a mill in Chicago at 80 cents a day and had worked throe weeks He had JIO 20 when arrested A pistol for which ho said ho paid 4 a gold watch now chain and several otfycr articles of minor value and stated ho Ktlll had 4 coming to him He had not been saving his money and how ho made his deductions proved a puzzle to time police They believe he Stole HomoOiIng In Cairo and will write down to ascertain time facts Jacksons ago and greenness ho claimed to a country negro did not excuse time crime and he was fined 2C and costs and given ten days In jail for toting the pistol In the city court this morning Other cases wore Tom ONeal white using Insulting language 5i and costs Frank Workman white drunkenness 1 and costs John Vincent white drunkenness 1 and costs and John alias James Claws n colored fugitive trout justice from Cairo continued I 1111atfind 1onroeII That ConstantBad BadPain WRITE US FREELY yourtroublesyouFREEuable book on Home Treatment for Women Address Ladles Advisory Department The Chattanooga Medldne Co Chattanooga Tenn h G 57 Y Y i r IUf I L L Y id tr Of HalfSick 1 When your nerves arc weak when you arc easily tired when you feel all run down then l is the time you need a good strong tonic Ayers Sarsaparilla Your doctor will tell you why it has such power over weak nerves why 7 w- It makes the blood rich and why it gives courage and strength Ask him if it is not just the medicine you need i We have no secrets We publish the formulas of all our medicines Meds by the J C Ajtr Co Lovtll Mw Aloo lluiuraetanti of AfERS HAIR vtGORFor the hair AVERS PILLSForconiti 3t1oaIATERS CURRY YECTORALFor conzbs TERS AGUE CURBYor matadaandatne nm I LEAVEYOURBUNDLEWITHUSWell washed thoroughly clean and smelltt ing sweet No spots no rough edges just good satisfactory work Zt MAKE TilE CHANGE TO- DAYSTARLAUNDRY I L 120 N Fourth St J 9 T t J LAIRD I SCHOBER 6 COIfMake the highest grade Ladles Shoes in ttime world and we have rccured the exclusive agency for this famous line of shomakinK Our steck of Oxfords are tllq best sclcctloh of good shoemaking ever brought to this cityandwe ask your canfal iuspcctlcii of our goods before buying your Easter footwear We havs the famous Laird Scbober Childrens Orthopaedic foot form shoes You get the best workmanship ftvle and servIce out of such shoes and give the child a clnuce to start through life without corns and bunions e THINK IT OVER If theyre RocKs theyre right If theyre right theyre Rocks r loeae41w H I 321 BROADWAY PAOIJCAIIKYII f J ii f iHere is Relief I did not know anything could stop my periodical pains entt tirely but Wine of Cardui did writes Mrs Beulah Rowley of Champoeg Oreg III had suffered constantly in this way for four itbeI jr f My husband brought me a bottle of 1 r WINE CARDUI 1 t1 J1tRelief ip which greatly helped jne and now 1 advise all women suffering with painful periods to use It and be relieved as 1 have been Cardui has a gentle refreshing strengthening effect upon the womanly organs It regulates fitful functions and restores sick women to proper 3 habits and health It is a purely vegetable extract of true medicinal merit and has been in successful use for these diseases for over half a century Try it AT ALL DRUGGISTS IN 100ij iIr la 1 h t rilu jr Y t 1 Y F k 1I- a f tAG IIfIV It rHrjjf if 1Ji SaTVRDAZ AMWlJ7 SHE PADUCAfl EVENING SUNt I I t I TODAYWINDS UP THE CUT PRICES ATr r I I 311- Broadway 4 Every lady in Paducah should get what she needs in wearing apparel before the close of this Easter Sate Special prices on Suits Spring Jackets Skirts Rain Coats Shirt Waists u LOCAL LINES I r For Dr Pondloy ring JIG P J V Voris dentist 200 Frt JJDrbuilding y The Homo Mission Society or tho Trimble Street Methodist churc will meet Monday afternoon at 1 i Aoclock with Mrs W Y Griffltli tgf 1515 North 13th streets ILeo Lino steamers olllco 111 Broadway Phono 17CCr G iF IhllllpH agent Tho Homo Mission Society oC the Broadway Methodist church wl1l V moot nt the church Monday after noon nt 230 oclock r FroMi tube roses nud cahidlun bulbs nt BrunBons Palm Sunday the Sabbath pro rSceding Easier will be observed In the Catholic and Episcopal churches tomorrow The services will be or tin usual Interesting character Dr Gilbert Osteopath 400 11 I Broadway Phone 19C Tho members of tho lFurnlshlni HOC Icty of the First Christian churcl will hold their aunuall bazaar Thur yday April Ifi Dr Hicks otucoj G09 Broadway Phono 432 Rosldcnco 1G27 Broadway Phono 1280 Thin Is the 44th anniver9 I nary of tho Battle of Shiloh n men i 1W orable clash during tho war of the J states Tlieroareailll many veteran t among our people of both sldcswhc recall tho day with no loss of Inter est Auk your grocer for Klrchotta Butternut read Something new i Tho Cinderella company arrived morning and will play at The IIltlll tonight The company U said to bv an excellent one f Peopl who have patronized transfer companies elsewhere will jbear us out In the statement that our service Is second to none and pri ccs lower for like wrvlce than In nny city Let us servo you Palmer t Transfer Cori Mr Richard Scott will sins Tho Ninety and sine nt tho First Presbyterian church tomorrow morn- Ing City subscribers to the Dally Sun who wish the delivery of their papera stopped must notify our cot lectors or nmko their reijuotts direct to Tho Sun once No attention will bo paid to such orders when given to our carriers Sun Pub Co I Tho Rodney Stock Co which played at Tho Kentucky last week went to Cairo this morning where ii rcorngnUatloiv will bo effcced A short cerlcs of rohoaroals wilt bed held at Cairo and the company willI- S t then start on Its summer dates Globo Wernlcko Filing cases nod nil supplies that go with card In dcx system nnd a complete line of f other office supplies at R D Ctein I CoI Kccms to have begun r1 I In earnest since the pretty weathor opened up Tomorrow tho players l of tho 1First rational team will meet for practice This team was n very strong ono last year having defeated J If your blood is net right take Walkers Sarsaparilla1A 1rT With Iodide Potash- It It Is 9 new pleasant com i bination of best known vegetable alteratives and it torlcs I t IT CLKANSKS IT PURl FInS J 11 IT VITALIZES f J Carefully prcpaied In our own laboratory RW WALKER CO Incorporated t D1UGOISTS 545 rIM ua11try Veil rieill1 J 317 Broadway 601110 of the strongest colored tenms In tho country They will halVe equally an strong n team this yea If not n stronger one Mr It G Caldwell will have a meeting with the members of tho school hoard which has tho matte In charge with reference to a Nice on tho school building at Fifth nnd Kentucky avenue Mr Caldwell hll8 made an offer of 2200 cash Cor the building but the board has sot a price of 25000 on It WAGON WORKS MU W W IIKHKSOV OP SIMM PillS Wlll OIICKATK OU IL1 iI Ho IK n IriKtlcal Mini mill Will Iliilld HIKIi Cinulu WMK IIIIS Through the efforts of the Com morclnl club anti Mr lh S Dullols tho plant of the Padncnh wagoi worlds will be put I n operatic again and what may someday be n big concern secured for Paducah Mr G EI RIchcson of Memphis Is In the city nnd has made arrange cents to lease the plant qf the Pa bleak Wagon works at Second and IVaehlngtan street belonging tto Mr DuBois and will at once cquli itt with the necessary machinery ttc turn out a high grade wagon Jlr lUchcson Is a practical man oC team experience and has the asMtr Into of local capitalists that In event lie demonstrates that the plant which wlll employ about 1C han 1 nt list I If a success he will havo tit iGcosnnry assistance to enlarge Itt operations Mr Rlcheson Is now In tho city bad will start to work on the plant it once Ariptllled of Ugly Cluirge This morning W P Autland of- nlloway County was acquitted of Ihe charge of converting money to his own use lie was charged by the lolcombLobb Tie Co of having ta ken 40871 given him to buy tics with nnd converted It to his own use lie evidence was not sufficient to owlet him and tine jury returned a icrdlct of not guilty Immediately following this action Iho attorneys for tho tie company mild Ia suit with tho company plaintiff igalnst Autland for this sum of mon ey The facts In the case developed easy a breach of trust If a breach oC anything and the only way to got he money If at all Is by sulnghcnco ho suit Merely II Formality Tho First district congressional ommlttco Is meeting nt Princeton his afternoon for the purpose of do larlug lion Ohio James the demo ratio candidate for congress from this district Chairman W A lorry of tho ounty committee Is not present but sent his proxy to Princeton that It nay ho voted Tbo meeting today Is lliWoly a formality It was pro tuned trout tho outset that lion James would havo no opponent Burials By the Coroner Coroner Eakcr this morning bur lecl two bodies In tho county colliery Ono was Tom lucks ago 20 who died two days ago at Riverside lospltul and the other Annie Jones olored ago 29 who died nt the count poor farm last night of tu lorculoals Tho hotly of lucks had been held ponding word from rela Ivca In Nashville but no relatives ould bo located Will Remove Fence Monday County Judgo II T 1LIghtfootwho IsI custodian of the court house yard or the present year has announced hat ho will bcsln tearing away the once Monday Tho fence will be replaced byn stone or concrete curb ludgo Llghtfoptttnlso Intends to pre enl fth ordinance do tho city with quest that It be passed imposing a line for walking on the grass In tho court house yard Large Enrollment 1ronilsed J W Iorton of tho county torn lorary president of the Dark Tobacco rowers association of tMcCrackec county Is In the city He states that there will llkelybo several hun red farmers regularly enrolled on- ierneniberahtplh fiat when the ar o altos1 8 german ntly organized the itterpartof the montB j j t 1 Pnopie n4 lttisai pfd Mvtnit ProC Win Lee of Phlladclphl will arrive In tho city Monday for II few days visit Prof Leo former lived in Paducah Mrs Harry G Tandy and hlld at Frankfort Ky arrived here yc torday to visit Mrs Ed P Xoblo at tho Palmer Mr Frank Dar er and wife oC Memphis Tcnn arc visiting the lat ters father Contractor J W Jlut son of West Monroe Mr John Porteous has returnc from Ashcvlllc North Cnrolln where he has been for sever months for his health which IIs better Attorney John G Miller unit wHe wilt return Monday from San Antonio Texas where tho former has been for his health which Is muc I ImprovedMr Meyer of the Meyer Sell m Id wholesale grocery cstuV llshmcnt is In the city for seven days from St Louis where he main thins headquarters for his brand houses Mr Alex Craig of Louisville arrived In the city yesterday lIe was formerly organizer for the Ohio River Waterways association but now travels for a composition roe concern of the Falls City Mm Minnie Hcsso of Louisville bas returned homo after visiting her ulster Mrs Sol Dryfus of XorU Eighth street Mr lien Well oC Dwcnsboro has returned home also he being a brother of Mcsdamei ilcaso and Dryfus Mr Aubrey Johnson of Mayflcld 1IE rlsltlng at tho homo of Mr and Mrs Irank Tatuin G29 South 12th street Mall Carrier John Hawkins Is 111 oday and unable to bo on duty Police Judge D IL Sanders ID re lorlcd no better today Mrs D B Griffith Is reported illghlly better today Ofllcer Sam Beadles who wan stricken with paralysis one week ago Is reported the same today Mr Allan Jorgcnson tho well known dispatcher formerly of the enncKROo division of the I C at Princeton Is In the city today lie IsI now employed In tho dispatching forces at Fulton on tho I C Wr O L Hurley nnd wife of Grand Rivers are visiting Mr and Ira C F Akers and wife of Jack lon lIlreet Judge Henry Burnett and wife returned today to Louisville Mr Charles Cox will return from i an Arbor next Saturday to visit his mother Mrs W A Gardner Attorney C H Wilson of Smith mad was In the city today Judge J F Gordon of Madison Ulo wag in the city today en route to Smlthlhnd Mr 0r5 Lcnlto Thompson who last month went to Los Angeles Cal to scale has taken the position nf torekeeper at Los Angelo for the Los Angles nnd Salt Lake railroad Attorney A Y Martin went to Green villI Ky nt noon to spend the abbath with relatives Miss helene McBroom has been given a position as assistant to tho brarlan at the Carnegie library The Best Hid 500 Tho Icglslatlvo committee of the- jolnL boards met yesterday after noon and opened bids from local at irncyn who desire to help tho city Ini Its fight against tho Cumberlaml otophone company to compel It to uy a franchise The best bid consld erell was that of lIon Hal S Corbett who agrees to prosecute the case to- Iho eat for tho city for 500 ho to ay all expenses lIe will be rccom ended for the position f WATKIl XOT1CK Pa Irons of tin Water company IUO reminded that thch water rent xplttil Mnivh ill Those who desire 10 reimv them should do M bcfort It Is forgotten us nil premises not IlIhl for on or before April 10 will ho shut oft The prompt payment nf water fntH will wave vcMition stud cost to- Iho consumer nnd unpleasant duties 1 ml nnnoyaneo to the company a aAI SERYICESL First Presbyterian RevE Cave will In tho morn Ing proach on the Soul That Pal o l while at the evening hour he will talk on Tho River of Life First Christian Sunday school and communion worship at tho regular hours In the morning Second Ibiptlst Services morning afternoon an evening In the Second Baptist churc Rev Cunningham with assistance oC Rev E B Farrar Is conducting pro traded services to which all are In cited Cierninn Lutheran Rev Ilten will in the morning ex amine and then confirm tho class oC catechumens Instead of prcachlm ho will deliver an appropriate ad dress to the class At evening hou his theme delivered In the Engllsl tongue will be topic of Eterna Life Trimble Street Methodist Rev W W Armstrong will In the morning preach on Repentance U night the cqngrcgatlon may at end tho protracted meeting of steal Interest being conducted at the Jroadway Methodist church Civnnnn Evangelical Rev William Bourquln will In the morning examine a class of those who will bo confirmed the Sabbath ollowlng In the evening he preach es In the English language upon Joys and Sorrow- Cumberland PreMiyterlan Rev Eshtnan will odcupy his pul lit morning and evening at the isual hours Tho regular Sunday chool and Christian Endeavor worships will bo held nt tho stated time Tenth Street Christ Ian Rev D W Dass Is getting ready Cor a protracted meeting ho will taut one week from tomorrow at his hutch The pastor will be assisted by Rev Hudspcth the state mission ry for Chrltslan churches Tomorrow morning and night Rev Bass will fill his pulpit First baptist Rev Gordon W Hill will In the morning preach on Elijahs Des ondency Its Cause and Cure while at the evening hour his theme wl11 be Is Tho Young Man Absalom SaCo Al1 oclock In the afternoon Ir Mark Levy tho converted Jew will lecture on the story of his own inversion to Christianity Third Street MetliCHJM Tho Exalted or Preeminent Ihrlst will be by Rev Peter Fields morning subject At night he talks on The Wisdom of Taking Warn- Ing Dr Fields Is preparing to- starL a revival meeting shortly Biondwny Methodist Services will be conducted at the regular hours at the Broadway ethodlst church where Rev J B ulpopper and his son Rev Burke ulpcpper are conducting a protract ed1 gathering Mission Clunvhcx At 230 oclock p m after Sunday school services will be held nt the lechanlcsburg Christian church At the same hour similar worship will he held nt the West Tennessee St lothodlst Mission church Tho hour allowing preaching will be held there At 3 oclock tomrrow Sunday services wilt be held at the North wclfth Street Baptist Mission church Siace Church Rev David C Wright Rector Palm Sunday will be observed with slleclal services Holy communion at 730 a m Sunday school at 930 ornlng prayer and sermon at 1045 vexing prayer and sermon with ad ilnlstratlon of Holy Baptism at 30 Holy Week services as follows l very morning except Saturday the oly communion at 1045 Evening ayer and address on Tuesday and Thursday at 430 and Wednesday ft ft Easter Hats for the Children t fff We are showing the haiidsmest line off Milan Braid Leghorns Lace Braid handsomely made hats in all the new shapes and colors also Lingerie Hats Caps Tarn OShanters and infants caps Mrs A C Clark With L B Ogtlvle 6 Co I I w4mf Itr e and Friday at 730 Bible class Mot day at 430 Choir practice Tuesday and Thursday night at 730 Catholic Church Tomorrow Is Palm Sunday Serv- Ices 8 and 10 am and 730 P nt Mir R D McMIllenI will sing the Palms nt the distribution of tlie palms at tho services at lOiSO Clirlsdun Science Christian Science services at 1030 a m Subject Doctrine of Mon ment Testimonial meeting Wed ncsday at 730 p m everybody cordially Invited 0572 Broadway Merlinnlcshnrg MLI K The following services will bo held at tho Mcchanicsburg MI E church Sunday school at 910 a m clas meeting at 11 a m and league mcc ing at 730 p m There was no service at the church today I Pnlmer House Dinner Manager Frank Murphy of the Palmer House announces tho follow lug menu for his Sunday night dinner tomorrow From Six to Eight P M Little neck clams Celery Olives Radishes Cream of Asparagus or Boullioi Natural Filet of Bass Normandy Cucumbers ParlKcnno Potato Fantalsc Larded Tenderloin of fleet Au Maderc Lamb Cholls with new String leant New Potatoes In Cream Fried Egg Plant IontheIRoastFrozen Tomato Mayonalse Fancy Ice Cream Lady Fingers Angel Food Cheese Crackers Coffee April 8 189- 6litltAhAN ADDITION Contractor Thomas Bridges who has the contract for Improving Hara han addition In tho West End wil tart to work Monday with a blSI force of men and rush the work trough A number of lots havo been told In the addition and some rest fences will bo erected there this spring The Prithrol Signed Today Algcclras Spain April 7A protocol outlining tho terms of agree runt of the subject of Morocco was ilgned today by tho delegates to tho International conference tA Big Reduction in Dentistry Upper Set oTecth1500Lower Sct of Teeth 5 00 Gold Shell Crown 22k 3 50 Gold Firings 100 Up Silver 1UHngi 60c Painless extraction 50c The material above is of the best on the market All work iuar4ntcedcDR KING BROOKSSI- XTH AND BROADWAY Eagle Building PaHncih Kj Old Phoni 108311 It LOST White bulldog short tall rapped cars answers to name of Tgo Return and set reward Luko tussell WANTED Dressmaking Call 714 New phono 1011 South Fifth WANTED Lady as district man ger for spring business good health and willing to work Salary JV200 eokly and expenses Advancement nswcr at once J E LMoBrady Co Chicago WANTED Firstclass cook room urnlshcd Apply 121 Fountain venue LOST White fox terrier brown spot over ono eye eight weeks old leturn to 7 1C South Sixth FOR SALEAI1 my Paducah real state Best small homo bargains In tho city J MWortcn ALL PLAYERS Of Paducah Na lonal team and Sterlings are notified to meet tomorrow at 230 oclock ttt CJ9 Adams J If Penn Mgr Vallucc Bryant Capt E IP Lady painting and paper ringing Old phono 2129 WANTED Experienced hook coier by largo +Irm None but ex crlcncod need apply Glvo reference Lddross Bookkeeper care Tho Sun FOR RENTThrro room cottage to small family Apply Hcuncbcrgor louse 2t1C South Third street Old hone G13m HOUSEHOLD Furniture for sale AIIIly 305 North Seventh CONTRACTOR WEIKELMason- andry concrete work a specialty Illlcc 12 C South Fourth Phone 490 Lesldenco phone 1237 Prompt attention on all estimates LOSTClosed taco gold watchI and fob Elgin movement Return toI this once and receive reward FOR SAUE Show cases andI counters at a bargnln anchneln 22ahd 124 South Second street Y t 4 r t As the Heart Drives the blood into every portion of your body so doesjV1t THE ICE M J r Mr t4r1II i force the pure fresh ice cold air into every nook iI i and corner of fJ r t ItIVVf 7 Harts Refrigerator f 1 2 L 14 andcompels a constant complete circulation subfi ject every article of food to a pure spray of health i ffl r fuloxygen forcing all disease germs entirely ouit A Ileaves the food pure sweet and healthy with the trr natural flavor absolutely truellj y L r F ifs k 1 f PRICE RITE l 6EO 0 HART SONS CO I I r rn8 I MITCHELLS for highgrade bicy cles 32C South Third WAITEjDCook at 7SJ Broad way JA A LANVHER Painter Old phone 2091 IOU SALE 10room mouse at 5 room price Corner Otherl property Apply 428 South Ninth street FOll RENT Rooms furnished or unfurnished With bath and modern conveniences 123 North Seventh J street Phone 2107 FOR SALE Good kitchen range Apply 520 Madison street WANTED Boarders at 1244I Trimble street FOR RENTRooms furnished or unfurnished 72G Jefferson strcclI FOR SAL lIousollOld furniture- at 22G South Fourth St NOTICE For wall paper clean ing old phono 2220 FOR WENT Thrco furnished rooms Filth and Jackson Phono 222 UMBRELLA repairing and cover ing neatly done 108 4 S Third St OViSRSTREET the painter Old phono 2305- DOUGENO BROS Contractors I and builders repair and cabinet work crating and packingt Shop 307 KyI Ave phone 54- WILLiAMS 538 S Third Furni lure bought sold and repaired Now phono 900a- WANTED Experienced press feeder In Job office Apply at vonce The Sun FOR RENT Two nice furnished rooms with bath and modern conveniences Apply 918 Broadway WAiNTBD Firstclass lady book keeper and cashier Good wages Address p 0 box T T WANTBD= Good sound buggy horse broke to cars Must bo cheap Apply to 930 Trimble ALL KINDS of brick work done cheap N Rouleau 1317 Trimble street Old Phono 1915 FOR RENT Flvo rooms over Kamleltors grocery Apply to Henry KamloHerI WANTED Experienced press feeder in Job office Apply at onoo Tbo Sun HMHtigflttRKfar UPHOLSTERING and furniture repaired Called for and delivered Old phone 937r New phone 594 QLBANJNQ and pressing neatly lone James Duffoy old phone IGiLGr 1 r I WANTED Experienced pros ji feeder In Job ofllco Apply at onco t The Sun ii1 t FOR WOODand kindling Icle Xjr phone W C GIpson New Phone SCj flT FOR SALEEasy terms 3 nowuf l houses In Northvicw addition near fS 12Ui street car line W D Once Vi 527 Broadway u + 4ftt M pv fjj HEATING and stove wood Frank n Levin both phones 437 1 i v FOR SALEShow cases andtVfj f counters at a bargain Michaels till 122 and 124 South Second street V t ONE NIOE Front room all mod ern conveniences gentlemen pre fcred Inquire at No 713 KcutuckJ yid avenue Phone 1C31 1 lI WANTBD Experienced band saw ijj yen and hard wood turner Steady jj positron Columbia Mfg Co corner 1 f1 Clements and Meyera i f y iut WANTED To buy fresh cows i1 Anyone having such for sale rlnfe oldprphone 13074 J W Walters a J FOR RENT NIco lurnlshed rbomsr f 005 South Third street Mrs KE ItHarvey 7 v A FOR RENT Fifteen acre Hruclc patch onehalf mile from Padu 4rr cah for cash or on shares C C tGrassham Truehoart building WANTEDTo rent three unCurl nlshed rooms or buy 5 or G x sec cottago In first class SunF+ F tlon Address X caro FOR RENT Four room house sower connections corner 3rd and Tennessee Apply H A Potters tvt b store or 1253 Ky Aved1 tt- AYANfiEDMoon 4 agents and col lectors Get busy and earn soulRmoney Xo lapses charged tq agents ri fcCall ion J T Stewart assistant sty porlntondont Capipl cll block from 4 to 8 P m E 1f ffrJ t GEORGE Cratingki t- astoring General repairing 1 9 specialty corner Third and Adams g E c New phone 1025 Old phone 1 9r r j Sh j FOR RENT Modern 8rcroai house all Improvements and furnace No 802 Broadway Apply Geo Land 4ff staff Business phono 26 residence phonc 308 w DIID e1 11- J 1ii 1 E MORGAN blacksmith 409 B Third Old phone 457 Superior t work guaranteed Exclusive agciity for there stone side wire tires the best rubber tires made trj WANTED Gentleman or lady with good reference to travel for firm of 25000000 capital Salary 107200 per year and expenses paid weekly and expenses advanced Ad i dress with stamp J A Alexander t Paducah Kydt WANTED FOR U So ARMYAble bodied unmarried men between ages of 21 and 35 citizens of the United States of good character and tentSperate habits who can speak read I tad flrrU1 1English For infoniatloa r apply to Recruiting OM4r Neer7 Richmond house Paducafc Ky a 1 1 r of U a c t I I tiJ 1 1 1L1r r I a Y 6 HPHB PXDUOk EVENING SUM J J tUwt1t Itf f i 4 i IVi j 1 v 7 illtt f i 1 NOTHING TOO GOOD FOR PADUCAH t J 1 ANNOUNCE3M13NTIyVi k t r i II W IEI I w Talbott Clothing Company of Nashville the most exclusive clothing establishment in that city andI one that occupies a position in the very front rank of such establishments in the south and of Mr E F Rasmussen of Oshkosh Wisconsin who has been connected for the past ten years with the estabJishII I ments of Sam Stern Co of Chicago and La and L Stiubing Co of Oshkosh Wis These gentlemen come to us with the very best of records and we feell in bringing them to Pa- ducah t we are merely following the fixed policy of our establishmentthat of always securing the best possible services for our patrons r i i v1 + M Mr Hughes and Mr Rasmussen willl be pleased to greet theJ Paducah P4blt our opening f Jp t1 Monday r I itJrJa7es 1 Hug es i I i j i f i1 i rto Iw w I t I t f I NEW SHOP PROMISED t MUCH NKiiii HOUSE FIt TIX WOIIICKKS TO UK BUILT f rXft Week tho Moving or Coal Will tiGivc Moro Life to Road r Tronic t The LCt shops will be Improved this summer probably by the addition of a nov tin shop and this will comp as good news generally to the shop cmpl yes Mr Wm Remshaw superintend rut of machinery of the I C saw the necessity of a tin shop during his Inspection here two days ago and stated that he would recommend the building of onelmmedlately The tin shop now Is located In the northwest end of the scrap iron storage bins and Is small and badly located The new shop as suggested by Mr Rcnslmtf will be several times as large as the present quarters and a will be located between the west shop I j Crosse I gates and the freight car repairing j shops Mr Rensbaw Intimated that the building would be put up this i summer and local officials are look- Ing for the preliminary plans next weekThe new tin shop has been talked of a groat deal and was In a way recommended once before but fail ed to receive the ratification of Mr Kcnshaw Hero to Take ills Family Away USlsljantI C but now trainmaster of the Birmingham and Selma Ala branch of the Southern railroad Is In the city preparing to remove his family to SelmaMr likes his new position which came as a big promotion to him and Is receiving tho congratula tions of his many friends today He Is succeeded here permanently by J Sullivan of Chicago and T A Ma ple who has been acting general yardmastor has been placed back In the capacity of night yardmaster Other changes made by the appoint ment of Maple have been rescinded Coal Again to Move Company coal will begin to move again on the Louisville division of the 1Is C Monday 1ho mines after the Kentucky strike settlement shut down as far as company coal1 was concerned and started a general cleaning up of the mine This work Is finished and the I C will begin to receive coal mined expressly for It Monday The coal trains which had been conspicuous on tho Kiducah dis trict were conspicuous for their ab Ecnco this week ltd urns to Duty Tonight Conductor Hob Dawes who participated In the overpowering of James Clawson the negro who cut Porter Adams on the Cairo and Pa- ducah cccommpilatlon train last week will return to work tonight Conductor D wes was not cut tA was reported but did strain his back se verely and hay heap off duty since tho night of tho light New Switches Inijwxed There Is a move on foot to Install a now series of switches at the I C depot to facilitate the switching of trains At present the arrangement Is detrimental to the switching of the accommodation trains which ij have Paducah as a tterminal and It often causes engineers and fire j men to make overtime because of the watt in getting back to the shops It is said tho money saved In overtime will more than pay for tho Improve mont It has been suggested that a I main line switch be Installed so that cars can be switched into any siding from tho main line without seesaw ing from one Aiding to another ns now has to be done Switchman Itooncy who had ia foot cut ore In an accident in tho N C St L yards Saturday night Is Improving at Ulvorsldo hospital Sumo Petyellnl3 Dick Iseman caller at the I C round house is out today after a brIer Illness of fever Mr joe Walker foreman of the round house Is acting general fore man of the local I C machine shops In the place of II IK Fiilmor who Is In Louisville jm business Dont tloa cough or a cold up In your system by taking a remedy that binds the bowels Take Konuedyd Laxative Honey and Tar It Is bet ter It opens tbo bowels An Ideal remedy for young and old Chlldre j I like It Sold by Lang Bros I I It a y O 1 I Ilulitrali Wants One I Prof E G Payne of tho ugh school an as a mem- berj of the state normal school com mission by Gov Deckham and will I go to ndxt to attend n meeting of the on Green anti are the only towns which have offer cd sites to the state as an Induce ment to secure a school Paducah Is after one of the two schools and n meeting will be held here shortly to see what can be done towards secur lug one In On April ICth n special train will leave Paducah Unlan depot via Illinois Central railroad at 930 a in for faro for the round trip 200 loave April IGth at 730 Ip m No will bo checked on thoso tickets which will only bo good on train going and cornIng J T Agent 1 G C T A Union Depot Paducah Ky WhatlIs sq dull as a euchre club s UI 1t Ah E F cs nu see I principal appointee Frankfort probably Wednesday commission Thursday Bowling ItlclunondKy Kxrnrclou Memphis excursion Memphis rclurnliiR Memphis baggago excursion DONOVAN WAIUFIELD prlzaless 7 i Kmtlyfor Tent Monday Mr Sam Foreman who has invented a patent to prevent head end railroad collision has completed the work of laying middle rails for a practical test on the Wallace park car line and will be fully prepared Monday to mako the tort Several railroad officials will bo hero to wit ness the demonstration Nothing will rcliovo Indigestion that Is not a thorough digestant Ko dol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you cat and allows the stomach to rest recuperate grow strong again A few doses of Kodol after meals will soon restore the stomach and dlges tlvo organs to a full performance of their functions naturally Sold by Lang BrothersIA19t li rkfll ook G IL Uaglnnd of tho Wood till section reported tho loss of his pocketbook containing 100 and Bomevahinblo papers last night Ho had been In Paducah on business and was returning homo when ho missed the iwcketbopkl Ilaglaml had got ten as far as axons Mill eight miles out when he made the dlkcov err of the loss Ho returned and re ported tho matter to the police 1KxrurMloii Sunday Afternoon April ti to Sinlthland and return on the steamer Dick Fowler Leave tho wharf at 230 p m Returning leave Smlthland G p m Arrive home G pfm Fare round trip 25 cents Good I music Good refreshments No in toxicating liquors Go old take your family and enjoy UIQ afternoon FREE EXHIBITIONT- h I Art Exhibit Car of the GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY SYSTEM Containing scenes In the summer teroit regions and hunting end fithlui dis trict of CANADA Including mignificrul specimen of hunting hoddshingtruphIcsdtWill be oil vjcw e- tPADUCAH KY Corner of Brradway and Eleventh +trcrt hotl11IrJuI67 end from 9 a m to 6 Ip m JUotiUy April g entertoDONT MISS IT a A GRAND DISPLAY OF THE NEWEST AND Silk Skirts Cloth Skirts Silk Coats Covert Jackets Silk Petticoats Wash Suits Silk Waists Allover Lace and White Linen Waists Dress Goods Silks and other Easter goods Never have we invited you to view a more complete equipment of wanted merchandise The freshest and best from the worlds great markets bought to give perfect satisfaction priced to please the most prudent Every section of the store is in its spring dress everything ready for your approval and selection This seasons stock throughout the store is one of the most magnificent we have ever shown It combines all the advantages of fashion quality variety and merchandiseSCone along and brIng your friends 1 VR f HElrbour Department Store fI PRETTIEST MILLINERY North Third Stre- etjj6jjjjjjjSjjjjf oPwAry1 I fr r F 1 t APRIlI T = 1 I j4 NJNj- A 81JNI I I r w A 1 aILDI cn u Yo f t L 4 f 4 t 0 l 1VA TALE OF THE THIRD GENERATION t 1 I HA MY LEON WILSON t1 I Cmt Uav ii7 Lolhrop Pnblliblai Compaoj llAnd I Just know youve got In with a fast set I mot Mr Mllbrey yester day In tho corridor Did be tell you how to make a lovely asparagus shortcake or something 4 Ho told tno those men you go with V sO much are dreadful gamblers and that when you all went to Palm Beach last February you played poker for iImoney night and day and you told I mo you went for your health I Oh ho lid did b07 Well I didnt get anything else lies a dear old soul If youve got the copper handy If that man was a woman hed be a warm neighborhood gossip Hed ba the nice kind old lady that starts things thats what Hoddy Mllbrey would be- And you said yourself you played poker most of tho time when you went to Alkcn on tho car last month To bo honest with you ma we did play poker Say they took It off of me to fast I could feel myself catch 4 4Inr cold 4 There O see and really cbamols1akinI climate Well well see If I can find ono that an acefull wont go through Ill enutch it 10 quick the manll think bes being robbed Now Ill join you ladles to tho extent of norno coffee and then IIwantto know what you two would rather do thfa sUmtner than Of course said Psycho no one etays In town In summer Exactly And Ive chartered a steam yacht as big as this hotelnil but Hut what I want to know Is whether you two care to bunk on it lb or whether ybud rather stay quietly at some place Newport perhaps and maybe take a cruise with mo now and then Oh that would be good fun But heres ma getting so I cant do a thing with her on account of all those beggars and horrid people down In the slums Mrs nines looked guilty and feebly deprecating It was quite truo that in licr own way sho had achieved a reputation for prodigality not Interior to that acquired by her children In ways I of their own You know ItB so ma the daughter went on accusingly One night last winter when you were away wo dined i at the Dalldrldgos in Eightysixth atreet and the pavements were so sleety the horses couldnt stand so Col Ballilrldge brought us homo in the Elevated about 11 oclock Well at tone of the stations a big policeman g9t on with a little baby all wrapped up in red flannel Hed found It In an areaway nearly cover d with aibw where some one had left It and be Was taking It down to police headquarters bo said Well ins went crazy right away She made him undo It and then she Insisted on holding It all the way down to Thirtythird street One man said It might be president of the 1United States some day and Cal JJalldrldge said Yes It has unknown possibilities It may even be a presi dents wife Just like that But I thought ma would bo demented It was all fat and so warm and sleepy It could hardly hold its eyes open and 1 believe shed have kept U then and there It the policeman would have let her She made him promise to get It a bottle of warm milk the first thing and borrowed 20 of tho colonel to glvo to tho policeman to get It things with and then all tho way down she talked against the authorities for allowing such thingsas If they could help It and when we got homo she cried you know you did maand you pretended 4ii was toothacheand ever since then whos been perfectly daft about babies Why whenever she sees a woman go lug along with ono she thinks the jxor thing Is going to lleayo It some place and now shes In with those charity workers and says she wont leave New York at all this summer I dont care protested 1Kb guilty mother it would have frozen to death In just a little while and Ua done so often Why up at tho Catholic Pro tectory they putout a basket at the side door so a body can Jeavp their baby In It and ring the belt and runaway and they get ono twice a week swtettatits forehead wrinkled and It waa all 44puckored up around Its little nosjj And that Isnt the worst of It the relentless daughter broko in She gets bogging letters by the score anllI gives money to all sorts pf people and I a man from tho Clfcrltlea Organiza tion who had heard about It came And arned her that they wore im youIknow there was a poor old blind wom I an with a dismal wheezy organ down I at Broadway and Twentythird streetp rthe organ would hardly play at ali and just one wretched tune ojjly the woman wasnt Ulnd at all we found out and ma bought her a nice now I organ that cost f75 and had It taken up to her Well she fourid out through this man from the Organization that the woman had pawned tho new organ for 20 and was still playing on the old one Slip didnt want a new one because It was too cheerful It didnt 11IIe1 ma bought an Indian A what asked her brother Iin amazement An Indiana tobacco sign tYou dont mean It One of those jeer i2v 3adsVndetheirbafldatohat pa1DJ J I I didnt buy him for myself re- plIed Mrs Bines1 with dignity 1 wouldnt want such an object She bought It explained his sister for an Italian woman who keeps a little tobacco shop down In Rfvington I repaintII worth painting again and shed better I I shoII and oho doesnt lost very long The bad boys whittle him and throw I him down and tho people going along the street put their shoes up to tie J I them and step on his feet and they scratch matches on his face and when she goes out and says that isnt right they tell henshes too fresh And so I oneIho able fell to through a fire escape where ho was sleeping one hot night pleaded Mrs Hines and I think Id rather stay hero this summer Just think of oil those poor babies when the weather gets hot I never thought there were so many babies in tho world Well have your own way said her Bon If youve started out to look cter all tho babies In New York you wont have any time left to play the races Ill promlseyou that Why my son I never But sis here would probably rather do other things I think said Psyche Id like NewportMrs Drelmer says I should not think of going any place else Only of course I cant go there alone She says abe would be glad to chape- rone me but her husband hasnt had a very good year In Wall street and shes afraid she wont be able to go herselfMaybe began Mrs Bines If youd orter Oh shed bo offended exclaimed Psycho Im not so sure of that said her brother not It you suggest it in tho right way put it on the ground that youll bo quite helpless without her and that shed oblige you world wltn out end and all that The more I see of people hero tho more I think theyre quite reasonable in IIttlo matters like that They look at them in the right light Just lead up to It delicately with Mrs Drelmer and see Then if shes willing to go with you your summer will be provided for except that wo shall both havo to look in upon Mrs Juzzlcbraggln hero now and then to see that sho doesnt overplay tho game and get sick herself and make suro that they dont get her vaccina tion mark away from her And ma youll have to como off on the yacht once or twice Just to clvo it tone To be Continued IBAITH IS YOUTH Disease nml Sickness Bring Old ARC Harblno taken every morning be foro breakfast will keep you In robust health fit you to word off dis ease It cures constipation bilious ness dyspopsiii tower skin liver and kidney complaints It purifies tho blood And clears tho complexion Sirs ID W Smith Whitney Tex writes April 3 1902 I kayo used Hcrblno and find It tho best medi cine for constipation nnd liver troubles It does all you claim for It I cnn highly recommend it 50c Sold by Alvey List BAD BREATH tronbtewtthmyttmichmdIf haibeenI t J rsomuin1eLl aOItltCltllIrtronblesCkais OOOCNt3000uaantgSterling Remedy Cob Chicago or NY sIlO IJlJlUIL SAlE TEN MILLION IOXES 1 MEPUND WOMEN DM Pin C for nunalarat dltcbatfMUflammatloniI Irrllatloot or uc ratlotu of mucous niembraow- 1alnlMi and not aitrlu Cent or roIOOQoQI- Sold by Dranlsta or Mat la plain vrarrr I br riMi prtpald iior SI 00 a tc UloaU He e IConorrh t I DRAUGHOm uJIltJ4FC Incorporated PAMCM 312316 InttM Md MJWIllE POSITIONred 8V a Catalogue Will convince you that rrnizfoaII4TEIKST Call or send lor I itj If u p CU I 1 i lTHEt VEIVET SECIEET IS F REETO YOU Tim LONGER THE LESSER A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY dlllceredthesuccessthatforonoI sothnttheyItrengthreUevelnunediately THE MORE THE LESS along song bottom disease IIthoTHE VELVET WORKER II mind 500 to Bidder April bv In to get of in Paducah and a faa full tire ra The more you take tho less you need until you need for you are cured effort all was to avoid the of the ordinary I Physicians have recognized the fact that con tlpatlan U at the of every It of the I vegetable the Iwork I So naturally soothingly they strengthen that they have been WorkersDontI LIFEWORTH LIVING slayntoorganto When mansllver is worklntr properly thobowcls are liveYougood a for breakfast arelish for when go out the airgood you fill yourlungs pleasure the sun shines thobloodevery cell tissue are high mind jodthatI IeverI II FREETRIALwh us his or her name with five to expenses we at once a full HlzeUcent bottle Constipation the velvet worker cares Net but a 25ccnt us prove it to you today ad dliIInItCHASE MFG CO 333 Throop Ave Brooklyn New York IpayntS per six NO Goes 21 bids mall will be order tbe name ever ton This grade Piano hoif none My evil remedy which pampers nearly render address Chaces sample fullHue bottle Write Send easilytakenbottles which vest pocket tablet Is mild alt never gripes or injures most organs Uut it doesthe and stimulate and regulate and regular nights sleep with keen appetite and healthy each mouthful and you smells and with minute and your hoiws Toany sends and stamps postnee will mail Tablets that Let Mc The delicate your cover ConstipationstumpstoeSir drussfct fgSt sell then Name Address CityM My druggist is Address New Discovery Stomach Bowels Liver and Kidneys bottle three for 250 for 500 IIIIFor Quick Relief Oil 25 cts SMITH Medicated Soap IVAGEL lOc All sold by to DICKE e BLACK ESTABLISHED TAILORS eS BLOWING NECESSARY No 5166 Broadway Opposite Fraternity Building I Old Phone 246 PIANO Highest opened Saturday 1906We t per Cracken rounty wanting pUno i high DusbLane plslnColonlal- deslgcwaluut or r fit a a finish IIt double veneered full iron frame deep sweet soft tone and certainly is a beauty gaaranteed 20 years If your bid be ro 30 fiso or JS or any amount have the money readyplulz00 for dray liKe as Jour bid may be tbe highest and vou would be surprised to Ret this beautin piano at your own price Fill out the coupon below anti deEcriptlonopenedWeTUB PADUCAH MUSIC STORE 428 Broadway I Ftfdiidslh Music 86re I My bid IIcash for the Duih i Lank Pans as advertised in the NameM MMAddress M M rr W 0 s = =VISIT OUR === == = = = MAMMOTH STORE And sec our electrical display and rnachlre shop and factory House Wiring Correctly Done Foreman Bros Novelty Co Incorporated 121123 N PoUith St Pones787 4e l A XOVKIi HiRAj OrnnclTmrikH tfliltinci bcVlcc for jii- tirestiiiK tlit Tourist nnd 1kas nix Swkrr A travellnR exhibition IlliiBtratlng the charms of Canada an a holiday hunting fishing and camping resort has been put into commission by the Grand Trunk railway system Jt consists of a carfltted up Inside as an art gallery with bromide en largements made from direct nega tives of delightful scenes in The Hlghlandn of Ontario Including choice bits from the Algonquin National park of Ontario Georgian Bay tho Muakoka lake Lake of Bays SlftSanetawan tlver Lake Nlplsslng dad tho French river the famous Tcmagaml region Kawnrtha likes nideau lakes and tho principal cities of Eastern Canada The car also contains mounted fish from Cana dlan waters mounted game heads stuffed birds etc making a unique collection of attractive features that will appeal to the tourist and sports man A representative familiar with all the various districts is in charge of the car and has a plentiful sup ply of descriptive matter maps etc Tho car will go on through the States of Mississippi Alabama Kentucky Indiana Ohio Pennsylvania West Virginia and New York The tour in the United States will occupy about three months and in that time seventytwo ttowns will be visited The southern passenger agent of tho Grapd Trunk la in charge of the car which Is located at the I C crossing at Eleventh and Broadway It will be open to the public from G to 9 tonight and from 9 n m to 4 p m Monday sorniHitx IKXiHKss co XOTKS Itouto Agent Stone HiiaWrlng Olllrc Miy Movo iE K Stone route agent for the American Express company Is re covering after an operation on his neck Ho wag suffering from a tu mor which was removed several days ago The local American Expreai com pany employes will begin In a few weeks taking their annual spring vacation which Is allowed them by the company The Southern Express company is considering removing its offices to 430 Broadway but the deal is not yet closed Hnllimls Horelioiind Syrup Imhiedlhtely relieves hoarse crou Ipy cough oppressed rattling rasp- Ing and difficult breathing Henry C Stearns druggist Shullsburg AVis writes May 20 1902 I havo been selling Ballarda Ilorehoiiud Syrup for two years anti havo neved had a Preparation that has given better satisfaction I notice that when I sell a bottle they como back for more I con honestly recom mend It 25c 50c and 100 Sold by Alvoy List L jf j djJudaism nnd Christ liinlty Mr Mark Levy the Hebrew ChrIs tlon evangelist will relate the story of his conversion to the belief that Jesus Christ Is Israel Messiah at the First Baptist church Sunday af ternoon at 3 oclock The public U cordially Invited A Dandy rot Hums Dr Bergin Pana 111 writes I havo used Ballarda Snow Linement always recommend it to my friends as 1 am confident there Is no better mado It Is a dandy for burns Those who live on farms are especially liable to many acci dental cuts burns bruises which heal rapidly when Ballafds Snow Liniment is applied It should always bo kept in the house for cases of emergency 25c GOc and 100 Sold by Alvey List i A Deaths in Mochaiilcsburjj Mrs William Sills of 325 Hayes avenue died yesterday afternoon of pleurisy The deceased was 4i years old and the wife of an I C ear repairer She leaves a husband and two sons The body was taken to Cadiz Ky this morning for Interment n Easter ToiletNeeds I Taatr Your newII will 1 lose its attractiveness unless you have a perfect toilet to go with it A neatcoiffure will set off your Easter bat A fair complexion and soft white hands will make ypur Easter dress far more effective We have all manner of pure fresh toilet preparation Use the Rexall Toilet Requisitesparticularly REXeALL 93 HAIR TONIC We are familiar with Its I i givlagthe hair for a heat coiffure I REXALL CREAM OF ALMONDS is pure whole some anddelightful and in fiurtfd a soft cle r stun fair complexion arid white hands Sold with the RexaU guarantee 1 j- T FOR WOMEN ONLY a WThnro nro good and substantial reas6n l jt w1t iteiiIgtirt pOilO and iiiIcials as well employ Dr IPlnrcea Favorite Pro I Bfrlpttoii for the cure of diseases and wcaltiiosi peculiar to wonton I I III thu first place It Is not a cureall serving only a singleness of purpose claus diseases 8ndllmnllIeI Is tho only medicine put up for sale through druggists for tho cure of such maladies all tho Ingredients of which have tho endorsement of loading medical practitioners and writers a being tho very best known remedies for tho ad mcnts for which Favorite Proscription Kndvlsod All this will be learn d to the realtors full satisfaction 1 hy perusing a booklet of extracts compiled thy Doctor Pierce from standard authorities of the snvlral schools off practice atitl which requestforBuffalo N Y- In the second place Dr Pierces Favor IIto Prosclption Is tlm only meillclno for woman peculiar weaknesses and nlToc lion nil tho Ingrodlouts o which are printed upon tho bottle wr ppr In plttln KinjlMt so that all who take it may know exactly what they aro using A further reason for the unprecedented popularity of tho Favorite Proscrip tion of Or Plerco for tho specIal use of women Is to be found In the fact that alcohOlIrmro of native medicinal forest plants as are employed In Its make up Tho printed formula will also bear witness that It contains no narcotics or other harmful or habit forming drugs being entirely mado up of glycerlu extracts of native American plants of marvelous elllcacy In tho cure of the diseases pecu liar to women Now In this connection It is well to bear In mind that curious as It Room yet It Is a fact that Dr mall Favorite Prescription Is tho only cine for tho euro of womens peculiar weaknesses and maladies that does not contain alcohol mill flint tot tu In me i nimiitHJc This fact can bo proven anti yet It Is a fact well easilyI all tho imit physicians that alcoh I en In small quantities when long ont nued Is very harmful mill at cclaltu so to HCII Invalid nervous trowcn While tho olfect of spiritual tileS and liquors wild under viylous o clng names may at llrst bo tcrexhlicate brace up and unduly support tho system for a brief time yet a reaction comes sooner or later anti the patient Is =orfo oil than before Besides a craving for alcoholic stimu lants lisa gradually fastened Itself upon thin poor deluded suffering woman a malady generally more to bo dreaded than tho original Furthermore Dr allllctJonIscription has a Ing over a period a century mid embracing more genuine cases of full and complete recovery than any other nirdlclno In Its line can toast of Thousands havo boon saved front tho operating tablo and the surgeons knlfo by tire use of this marvolously olllcaclous spoclllc for womans ailments Other thousands have escaped tho disagreeable ordeal of tho doctors questionings and offensive examinations by taking tins remedy and being cured In tho privacy of their homes It Inns cured thousands of bad obstinate cases In which doctors haul failed nail In which cures were thought to bo Impossible What it has dorm for others It will no doubt i o FOR YOU If similarly aflllctod and you give It a good fair and faithful trialIII favor of Dr Pierces Favorltff Proscription bnlns regarded away above tho newt uatcnt medicines of our time Is tho r 5he L North St Bt Delaware Ave OTTSt Iiauu1l honest statement of Its full composItion giving every Inr lircdlcllt iii plilin Jnull8h without fea ot successful criticism anti with conll i deuce that the good sense of afflicted women tiil head them to appreciate thll honorable manner of confiding to thorn I what they lire taking Into their stomachs when making uso of this medicine I If suffering from buckache sldcachp t periodical headaches and other recurring pains at more or less regular Intervals disagreeable drains as if from pelvicI catarrh sickening sensations dizziness ut times monthly headaches irregtilarl j a ties bearing down or dragging down sensations In tho lower abdomen or any e of the many kindred distressful and unto furl symptoms which accompany female weaknesses then you cannot lind any remedy quite so perfectly adapted for tire euro of your malady as Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription Hear In mind It Is Unit a secret nostrum Is not a patent medicine to the use of which most Intel llgent people object because of the closo I secrecy with which tho formnhc of such medicines aro held and which no doubt S 1palCclally 1 largo quantities of alcohol and oft times other objectionable ingredients Tile j only wise and safe course Is to use only 3tniricINEs OF ttXo1VN COmOlITto and j which like Dr Pierces Favorite Pre scription contain no alcohol or harmfull habitforming drugs I Tine exact jiruportion of the several Inerwll cuts used In Dr Tierces medicines as well as tine working formula and peculiar processes apparatus and appliances rmployca In tlielr manufacture are withhold from publicity that llr Ilcrcos proprietary rights may not bo Infringed and i passed upon by unprlu I cll1l InitIators t those who may bo Dirat j Icnlly Inclined j i 1orweak elomai and the consequent In dilution or dyspiu and tho multitude of various dlscawn which result therefrom no medlclno can bit bcttT Kulted as a curative agent than Dr 1lercos Golden Medical VII rootMandrok i true into Its composition lire nit reoommcudcu liy such eminent authorities nt Jr llartlio low of Jefferson Medical Collriro 1 Irof John lung author of tie AMeitiCAX DISPENRA Tommy 1rof John M Scudder Into of Cln rlnnstl Dr William Paine author or Talnos Epltomy of Medicine Irof Laurenco Juliau orINI l ical College Chicago arid marry otior as remedies for Inilceation and dyspepsia tOl pld liver as well OM bronchial throat and lung alfectlons as will lie seen from rcadlne a llttlo lKxklrt recently complied by Dr n ypllrctof Dumb N1ho wlll soon tire 3nml on reItret hy votnlj earn or letter 110 nny address frte ThU little Iwoklct tells of what Dr 1lercos celebrated riicJIclin s f aro mark and gives the properties and uses each arid every Inirredlent entering Into10f composition Write Dr 1lerco as above anti receive It by return post Queens root or tllllngla Ili on Inirredlent entering Into the bitten Medical Dlscojr cr1 liichiy recomineurded by sovorlll of the aliovo mentlonwl authorities for tho cure of chronic or lingering bronchial throat and luntr affection public siwakern sorer throat attended with hoarstncss dry rasplnir and kindred alTectlona Not only IU root siMclllf In Its curative action In all OII11tt altcet Oil hut In iolden Mttltcal eryH lis greatly assisted by tire comblna IiiiackCnerrIbarkI It IIs blended In just tho rightI Hide women are invited vrollOrllnnttPierre liy letter free tho disagreeable questioning from which i most women shrink as well an tim still more repulsive examinations winch are generally unnecessary All letters of consultation aro regarded as nacndly ronlldenttal Address r Dr It V Pierre lliiffalo N y i llow to preserve healih arid beauty IIs tod in Dr 1iercos Common Sense Medical1 AdCriser It it free Fur a pamuricovoreI send Dr tJurco as above dlrectwl SI pno cent stamps to cover cost of mailing only 4 for cloth binding 31 stamps i Dr Plerces Pleasant Pellets cure bad YIIIThey regulate tone up and luViruratu Stout lIach Liver and Dowels I s LENOX HOT EblIIIIN BUFFALO I Modern Highest Grade Fireproof Throughout 1 jI j EUROPEAN PLAN Rates not excessive though The I IffI off I 1 Wire Reservations at our expense GEORGE DUCHSCHERER rKOPKIXTOR i r iawa111 f 11 BLACKLDIAMOND I ROOFING pleasedthousands years Black Diamond is made readytolay 4 V and anyone can lav it Just ordinary care andI4 1placedj 1 lFOR SALE BY I II i Jf A IBTTKH SUPPLY CO r f117110 South First Street 1 Ilulurnli Iy Tins TRADE MARK IS ON VERY ROLL CITY TRANSFER GO 11II Now located at x J Glaubers Stable5 I Ift I We are ready for all Kinds of hau ngII V TELEPHONE 4991t PENNYROYAL PILLS They vrm Weak nose irregularity and J omissions Inrcaso vlg- or and banish to name glitsawomauhood Noknobvn f eo becomes a pleasant QlOO iKll BOX UVMAIii Swl =i by drimgLsIs DIl IIOTTS CIIKMIUAL CO llLOhfck I MJW ly LVlI at LIST AMD O O a KOLB FAOOOaUa KZ V 4 i J JW AiA kAWa 1U i +TO y O C O Pd f i1r M1T= O- On f r MtI tK JUCf EVENmGBUNI t I SATURDAY ATOfli l T K R lY WHWff Coa aNaROADWAY SllkIosen4 For Easter likerwise things of style fit and beauty We maker I a specialty of Silk Hose in both black and colors atI fl150 to3 50 patterns that you would originally pay twice the amount for We have them In blue grey piak lavender black and white in a quality that will appeal to any silk hose admuer for E- c 2 00 a c 1pallIn the lisle and cotton hoe for both Ladles and Children In black and all colors both plain and drop stitch oar styles and pi ices create an Irresistible pur chasing desire which no other house can satisfy r Our line of Ladies lisle plain or i i hosei3 pair for S 100 or 35c pair k Rr WILL TRY XV IDEA Hoard of Health Wants Absorbing Tiling In Gutters The board of health has figured out a way of hotter surface water drainage where there are no brick gutters to carry off the water and prove bury do Intend oil pools as Louisville stated morning drain pool have oil I IIRudy Phillips ROADWAY 4 Co I I IL LAdmirable1 Wear Styles Department in Our Readyto I I IMIIJc fdiil Skids value in grey black Ltdlet beactifnl Skirts in plain and mixed cloth giejs latest style cut Ladfe Skirts of all styles PanMut voileI I 1 Panama serge all a special showing sad cream skirts I Spring Coats in reds blues light weight all wool 1 In solid or mixed cloth1 j lined tbrojghout See will urge 4 the council to aII slight which will this detect In of the t town where foul gutters The Idea of the board is to a Una of absorbing tiling In the center of the gutters This carry and absorb the water at the t r tlmelhe expense be f tho board figure that ID tho long run will cheaper than to the dead and take care of the sick a result of bad We not to throw on the stagnating in Paducah has been suggested In a member of the this but will tho and no water to throw on wool blue and at I and 1 I I I and cloths chl I and colors and I Iddiea Eton Suit grey with ala special value portions drainage J3390 500 onI I Iwithe 340 500 51500I s11250 I 1 our line of Lingerie Waists I Il make Improvement rem wedY exist put will off same will light and board S 5 I The board has many Improvements to make this year and with the start Ing out of our Inspectors who will gather all Information and make out reports we will start the annual Cleaning up Even some of the ones who marry at leisure repent In haste Rudy PblHipt 4V o 211223 ROADWAY w Eastert ti i Bonnetsi I lL HAVJt you decided on your hat for spring If t we want you to come in attd give us the opportunity of showl g you what is the real style and 46t value you can buy of us at such reasonably low fig ures Our millinery drpartnient this piirg far surf f passes any of our former efforts and our prices are phenomenally cheap We are prepared to suit every one r- tiI 1 COLORED NORMAL I SCHOOL AUTHORITIES TO 1XAU OUHATK TINS FEATURE At Next Monthly Teachers Meeting Work of Next Year Will lie Outlined The colored school teachers will this year receive benefits and advant age of a normal school training the school authorities intending to Inau gurate the same feature among the colored teachers as was Inaugurated last summer among the white teachers The general improvement stamping the experiment as a success encouraged the step and Prof E W Denton principal of the 1Lln coln school at Ohio and Eighth streets will likely have charge of the school It Is not to be devoted to city teachers exclusively but to county colored teachers us well and the course of work Is being outlined now that no delay will too occasioned after school has closed There arc about sixteen city teachers In the colored schools and eleven In the county This will make a total of twentyseven teachers to at appliedlastl will be applied this year among the schoolisschool of last year The ngtbe and and o I of of Oxford we ever at prices within of f I 100 150 150 200 I Kid per house wear tip nice tyle 1150 soft low htel and medium plain firi Bays colt very Gib 6u Tie are you show take this step this year Supt 1leb stated this morning and we hope to be successful in Infusing more interest In the work in the schools As far as discipline In the colored schools Is concerned It is perfect but the Is of coGrse not up to the standard and wo coulo not well it to be However we Intend to improve It by Inaugu rating this normal and hope to tho quality of next year The Next Monthly The next monthly teachers meet ing will held Friday afternooi and will be conducted by l P Johnson of the Longfellow building This will be one the Ilest two meetings of the course and It Is probable that some action towards a cqurse orstudy for next year will be taken The monthly meetings began three ago a literary course was first selected The next year a subject more In with the actual schoolwork was taken that the of education and this year the of recitation the year subjects will bo considered In the Among the mis the dIe cussion of general from the standpoint Tho Witch Hazel Salvo never falls to give for burns sores bolls tetter cracked hands etc For blind bleeding Itching and protruding Piles It af fords almost Immediate relief ft stops the pain by Lang Bros All thlngEkcome to him who Ups J TilE FEDERAL COURT REGULAR APRIL TERM TO BEGIN WITH TOTII Tlie Dockets Contain Sevcrnllntcrest lug Casts One Being tho Citys Telephone Muss J The regular April term of federal court will convene In Paducah on Monday April 1C and a very Inter estlng docket has been prepared The docket this term not heavier than the previous term and it is likely that court will last longer than two days at the most a characters tic of Judge Walter Evans being dis patch In his court procedure This term the shows several cases of a now species law violationsand several prominent river men are made defendantsThe U S Circuit Court Docket Zackary Gatlln vs Gilbert M Ross Admr R W Tate de ceasedvsN StL and N O I C R R Com Dudley vs I C IL R E E Dell et al vs Imperial CoII CoCarlisle Mfg Co vs I C R R CoElden Stone et al vs City of Pa ducahDennis Rowlett et al vs City of PaducabF Cook Co vs Henry e the season 1906 with Ticsn- t have J Boys Womans Oxfo d or Slip for 4reoB- uys patent Dangola Turn Oxford Bay Woman urn toe So Woman piteut kid or swell 6z oj and Will colored school feature Teachers Meeting be Principal iW of select- Ing teachers years of history methods formed Next several making lection Methods original ooWltts Sold J no criminal docket marine Drew I 200 I I 250 300 250 f se Is C Tyler et al Chas vs City of Padu cah John Winstons Admr vs C R- RCo Joslah P Cooper and Mary E Wren VJI C R R Co C R R Co vs 0 J Thomp son Admr Pierce Docket- I C II R Co vs L E Stevenson US Circuit Court East Tennessee Telephone Co vs City of Paducah Hodge Bros vs Eugene Guess Co Minnie Tlce vs A1 Hurley et al Wm Foster vs Thad Terrell et al U S district court Sam Sweeney poatofllco M G Cope Fred Murphy A Sawyers Grant Clark Walter Greer H Friedman A M Laevlson two G West T E J M St John Edward Lozlrisky Henry Elliott Tom Rollins Will Biggs Fairbanks Morse Co vs Str White Oak St Bernard Coal Co vs Str Clay Hunt and Wm Cameron vs Str J B Williams James Koger vs Str Henry liar lay Volght and J D Volght vs Barges of Str Simpson and W Kramer vs Barges of Str Clayton Theres always place for one more down l- h f I t ZQ WILL TELL TRUTH MUTUAL LIFE AGENT ix NEW YORK CITY Talks flight Out Saying He Wont lie Made Scapegoat Etc Now York April 7Andrew C Field former legislative agent of the Mutual Life Insurance company gave out statement today declaring ho never gave a bribe in his career that he was prepared to vindicate himself completely that he Intended to tell the whole truth and that he had saved tho Mutual hundreds of thousands of dollars Fields reo clarej the stories concerning the House of Mirth at Albany are ma licious libels and that ho never had any business relations with Andrew Hamilton The contingent fund of ICWOOO Fields said will be satis factorlly explained Fields asserted all these trustees of thP Mutual who are now pointing with the finger of scorn at me were aware of all was doing In connection with tho leg- Islative work of the Mutual and when they Bay they woro of the character of my work they are say Ing what Is untrue- I am hero to challenge them In every such statement the may make or have mad I do not propose thai men associated with me In tho Mu tual shall destroy my reputation to further their private ends I am pre pared to tell the truth no matter who Rudy Phillips ROADWAY tn In Shoe Departmentr We open the greatest assortrijeritt shown the reach alt fe LISTEN J II II Puy kid Gibson Ties equal of any fjoo patent kid Pun pt very baud komeHM IJoo Burs tan calf equal to any 1350 shoe on the f 50 In Misses Infants the we cant help be a to you I teaching expect better teaching and connection subject professional satisfaction l ArensII Kloctter I I J Admiralty ApiKurniice Irregular- itiesI embezzlement bootlegging bootlegging bootlegging bootlegging casesJ Ducklngham Wm Clayton- J a i l r THE LEGISLATIVE a a 1 Ignorant I I a al223 1 IInuQUEEN QUALITY patent Oxfords market i Childrens variety showing pleasing pleasure tonDennis lr gradezaoBu- ys I it may hurt be his position high or tow DOWIE WILLPERFORM MIRACLE PrbnihcH Followers hold and Orlgl nnl nooks of Mourn Chicago April 7The Dally News says that John Alexander Dowie has announced In a private telegram to one of his deacons that he will return to Zion City late Monday night and perform a miracle Ho prom ises among other things to bring to the faithful In Zion 110000 000 in gold and several scrolls of parchment upon which are written the five books of dlows In tho men sago which was sent from the City of Mexico Dowie declared that he Is now better than he over believed he would be Are to Go to Hot Springs Chief of Police James Collins will lleave tomorrow or Monday for Hot Springs to attend the annual meeting of the National Association of Chiefs of Police The association meets In Not Springs Monday and continues the week through Capt Frank Harlan will act pe chief In Chief Collins absence Lieutenant Tom Potter wflio Is suffering from rheumatism will go to Hot Springs next week Los hla health Clean up and get ready for spring Take a few Early Risers These famous little pills cleanse the liver stomach and bowels and give the blood a chance to purify JU tt They relieve headache sallow complexion e8 x Sold tiy Lamg AroeL 1 X Rudy Phillips EoII 219223 ROADWAY a New Gloves q 11Foran excellent Hue of kid or silk GlovesII WIn both long or short length Our li oo kidIglove In all colors and black and white Is our special drawing card In longer gloves in black white and grey we have all lengthsS button 12 button and 16 buttonIn Glasse or Suede Kids Silk gloves all lengths and colors of most delicate tints For Easter every one must have anew piir of gloves and we 1 can give you just what you want at the price A special tine of Kid Gloves black white and gray 75c Not guaranteed A YOUNG LADY DIUO Miss Inn Mitchell Expires After Sev crap leaks lllnoHx Miss Ina H n Mitchell daughter of Mr S Mitchell an I1 C ranchlnlM of 1111 Madison street died this morning at 5 oclock of a compllca I tlon after five more than ways She WR4 born with liar had been very bad for several years was not very 4 lit until weeks She S four testers and one brother They are Misses Ethel Mabel May Edith former two well known school teachers No arrangements have been made but services will Rudy Phillips Co 219223 BROADWAY f i LaceqL Curtainsii I 4 In this section we an unusually good range of values for the weeks selling emrbracing a variety of weaves and patterns t limited only by the scope of the markerst 1 foremost designers We present I t II I 100 Pairs white Lad Arabian Nottingham Curtains worth fioo atper pair a T P 160 rain white and Arabian Nottingham worth I to 1Il at pair p ISO Pair white Ivory aud Arabian Madras Lace lulu worth 9 jjo at per pulr 75E I ItS2It I 100 Pair white cream baize two tone tceII I Iwork np to 4oo per pairII I at 300 I I attention is also directed to exten sive showing of colored Madras and Crete glass doors vestibule and sash curtains and the Taffeta Cloths Burlaps and Demins box covers curtains bags and a variety usages- MATTINOS WINDOW SHADES CARPETS o of diseases an Illness of weeks deceased was a young woman of ordinary intelligence She was quiet in her but had a natural attractive personality which made her many friends and won many admirers In Desoto and came to parents twenty years ago i health but she a few ago leaves r parents and Mitchell the funeral the ba have Curtain 155 150 per Cut tofjco I Iij I I 1I II and Arabian Curtains I our for so for oil fTb0 iMo Paducah her I Your tr2 M E church of which the deceased was a member tomorrow afternoon M Coquelln the noted French ac tor refused tho red ribbon of the Legion of Honor when It was offered a short time ago Ills answer was You have waited too long Pltlllls et M3 ROADWAY Attractive 6 Neckwear t For Easter WBare agents exclusively for Kelser neckwearrIfor ladles To those who have worn and seen j 1 this celebrated line of neckwear it needs no Introduc tion or recommendation To those who have never seen or worn this line we call especial attention We have just received and put on display for Easter ourii t spring showing of this line Turnovers Collars acid Belts beauties in style and that plain tailored effect that can not be imitated Turnovers all dainty patters 25cand 50x Collars with an air of well dress 26c uil 5Qo Belt plain linen and embroidered 25c and II 00 4r r a r + rfi s- a j 1yaaiw1aW r+ trt