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Digital page images are linked to the text file. d THIS WKATHKH y A Ovneritlly fair tonight and II neHadaf I arty VOLX III NO 99 t r t tl itiC tt PADUOAH SATURDAY EVENING AWflACIStOTTO RISEdAGAINIi 1il lan I ith A Spirit 01 Which Every San Franciscan tIIol Can Be Proud City is Rallying From Disas t cr trous Ruins While Still Suffering y III le big e o timism Obtains Everywhere Never In History Qc g Has A Great Disaster Been Met In A More i3c Masterful Manner Than This One lei OlIsus Is Great Sorrow And Discomfortf t But Supplies Are f60ereBeing Received And There Is little Actual Want II slur kN- rSm FrancUco April 21Wlth spirit of which every San Fran 0 an can be proud tho city U rally Lia ron from Its disaster With tho ruins M afi S 1 smoking In many places and r fglSedy flames still at work optimism e rywhoro Is ittinnrAtlt Never laI n pyjllM history of a groat disaster In this T country has tho situation been met In y sMoro masterful manner Although there Is great Borrow e It a world of discomfort now that iSwvlles aro arriving there Is little JI ft atl want tin RuHhlng n Hillof Train ock TaUsuVm NI1nDrawnc the blgget l and tatted engines of 1 Reek lsland railroad Oho first r SiSerniuent rellif train from Wash t on to San Francisco passed r tWough heroalil morning making a r 0 V rd breaking time Tho train I J I wjjfl arrive in Frlnco Monday after Irlnrjl i Ifcnatlonif for San FranclHco I York April 2lThe world Icontinues liberal donations for Sand lFrancisco The following art report dl- twtw York generally 3000000 JigWiada 100000 INashville Tenn fGOOO and car tl of supplies- attanooga 2000 p Mvannah Oa v COO- OrC o w 100000 C jSiulsvllle Elks 5000 C fmphls of Carpen 5000 Joiners r 10000 Los Angeles Chinese 5000 nlted Mine Yorkers 1000 I Atlanta Qa 7GOO J Jacksonville Fla 7000 erisacola Fla 1000 olumbus 0 20000 harleston S C 5000 ambur6 Amerlcan Steam ship Co 25000- Ten million It Is safe to say has Iready been sent and this will be oublcd ere a week Cairo raised over 1000 for the lief of San Francisco SHOCKS IN TUSCANY 1101110 April 21111 the prove idence of Sienna Tuscany thirteen earthquake Miocltn were felt this morning and lie people are panic stricken Little dan age however was done Will Make a Call Judge Reed has been presented with a petition from the local bar as sociation requesting a special meet ing of the association next week for the purpose of Investigating charges i of unprofessional conduct among lo cal attorneys Judge Reed will Issue a call for a meeting on tho night of the 25thWednesdaY at 730 oclock This will simply be a preliminary meeting the date for the trial to be settled at tthe Wednesdays meeting Rev M T Lowe Dead Fulton Ky April SlReYi if Tr Lowe circuit pastor of Klrksoy ICy died Wednesday afternoon aster an Illness of ton days with pneumonia at hilt home In Klrksey Rev Lowe was only thirty years old and leaves a wife and one child lie IB well UtiffKn la Ihla ulna having UvedKat PI rce TenR1 where hja father A JtLowe now lives He 4fs purjlyii byslx brothers Jt J f t J i 4 1 v KY APRIL 21 1906 COXCEUNIVO KAUTHQUAKES Points Which Just Now Are Worth Recalling An earthquake begins at some pojnt of subterranean shock called the centrum or focus and travels in waves with gradually diminishing energy In every direction from this polni It has been determined that thena foci are commonly at depths of eight or ten miles below the sur face and rarely as deep as twenty 01 thirty miles Tho waves of fin earthquake are of small tiinplltlldc the ground moves upward or downw rd or oUllquely or horizontally usually through a very small fraction of an Inch and seldom through asp co of more than two or three inches The Instruments used In the study of earthquakes are of much Interest T ho seismograph automatically records the Unto violence and dura tlon of exceedingly slight tremors So dellcato are these Instruments Hint the ipressure of a hand agalns a stone column on which they rest will Instantly causo a variation of the pointer Tho sag In tho heart of the city during the heavy truffle hours of the day and the sag of valleys be tween hills during heavy rainfall nre IndicatedThe of the earth quake Is dependent more on velocity than on amplitude of wane motion With great velocity a movement of a small fraction of an Inch Is sufll clent to shatter brick buildings Tho number of shocks In urn earth quake and the legth of time limit between them varies between wldo Him Its Tho cities of Caraccas and Lis bon were destroyed In n few minutes while tho Cambrian earthquake be ginning In 1783 continued for four years CENTRAL LABOR UNION Hold Meeting Tomorrow Afternoon to liaise Relief Fund The Central Labor Union will hold an Important meeting Sunday after noon to which all members of thu unions are urgently requested Tho central body wishes to ratio some money to send to tho suffering people of San Franclsco nnd hopes the amount will run to big figures Weeks News of Commerciall World Dank clearings this week 1658894 Same week last year 644090 Increase 14798 Business with wholesale houses has been very good tho past week In all tides and tho collections are very fairRetail trade has been good aU week and is showing a nice increase nvpr the same time last year Tobacco Is slttl moving freely utjtl bringing good prices No Police Court Thoro was no police court thlt morning duo to tho fact thatno ar reatawee trade last night or this morning and i o cases Twrwvuirtln firedoveritonFyratMPdayf PbUcets port everything very dull HOW SAN JOSE WAS WRECKED Business Section Destroyed at Loss of 5000000 Over One Hundred Liven Were Also Ijoat Damages In That Vicinity 11 THE NEIGHBORING SUFFERERS C San Jose Cal April 21 Nineteen people killed In San Jose and time en tire business section wrecked and an estimated damage of five mlllon One hundred and ten killed seventy Injured mostly patients at Agnews asylum with the building completely ruined Stanford University Memorial church and other buildings down damage 13000000 One stu dent named Hanna and one other man kUlcd there Thero Is not a brick or stone build ing two stories or over In San Jose today that has not been levelled to the ground or that will not have to be torn down Some fires started after the quake but the fire depart mont soon had them under control Among tho buildings wrecked here aro tho First Presbyterian St Pat ricks Centella M E Central Chris flan and South Methodist churches Every building on the west side of First street from St James park to San Fernando street are either down or toppling badly and everyone will have to be rebuilt The Auzerlas building Elks Clubs Unique theater ant many other build ings on Santa Clara streets down On Second street the sixstory Dougherty building and several ad joining blocks were destroyed by fireThe now Hlch schol In Normal park la a complete wreck Time Nevada and Porter building on Second street and tho Ruclcer building on Third fend Santa Clara streets are also ruined The annex to the Vendomo Hotel was completely wrecked Thomas G OToole the only one killed Morclandf Academy Catholic Insti tution1 at WatsonvIHe badly dam abed but no lives lost Damage to Pacific Milling company at Santa Clara 150000 total lost pf half a million No loss of life JU Gllroy about tho same amount- of damage No dead At Salinas Spreckles sugar reRn ery valued at 1000000 completely dcrlroyed Report from Delmonte llolllster Watsonvllo Monterey Pacific Grove Santa Cruz and other southern coast polntftfhow slight damage In corn parson At Hollister a man killed 100 000 damage Narrow guage tunnel at Wrights threequartera of a mile long caved In = ntml why Qlaya only favorites mevei Sans by a long shot Q O jr L I FURY OP LAMES ABATING AGAIN 1 Half of Friscos People Slept in City Farks Last Night Relief Coiuinltife Reports Not a liuagry CityLust I SOLDIERS BURYING TilE DEAD Oakland April HEarly this forenoon the fury of the flames had abated someivliat after layltiK west to nNtrlp along the water front ns far an Jlelgs wharf and doKtroylng a large iiumlRT of factories nnd warehouses A half million dollara worth of buildings was destroyed oh the water front IICl tween mldnlKht and 0 oclock this morning Tho tire Is now threatening the ferry buildings The flee completed the work of destruction on Telegraph and Russian Iillls sweeping them cleat of human lilbltntlon To save the water front and shipping the large Henry ma chine works wen dynamited After determined fight the AIM praisers building sub potonicG station will tnr saved It looks now as If the Ore on the water front will be checked at Lombard wharf It Is estimated that tally half the pIPIl lMiitr flan Kranclscor slept In Golden late park and IreNldln mill other open places of the west end last nighttime west end last night The relief committee reports not n single hungry person In San Francisco last night Aside front the fire creeping Along the water front from north iHach all tliat section Is under conlrollThe westward sweep of the flames has been checked at Vanriiss and OCtavia streets From these streets eastward to the bay the destruction Is complete- To save the ferry building the Southern l aclflc rushed li car of dynamite across time bay the supply having been exhausted early this morning Relief trains from Los Ange ics and Sacramento und other northern points have arrived Mayor Schnildz with the police Is breaking open stored containing provisions and distribut lag theme to the needy The soldiers continue to bury the dead In trenches all over the city GRIM OBJECT LESSONS Oakland April 21A grim object 1lesson which will no doubt not tIC without good results was witnessed today- A Mexican and a white man k caught looting a house wpm tied to a fence and in abject terror awaited execution by thin soldiersTwo men were shot by the sol Tiers today They were ordered to halt and rehiring were shot to their tracks- OENEItoUS UVCLE SAM Washington April 2IInlI ident Roosevelt today sent a mehsagK to congress requesting the Immediate additional appro priation or A million and a half dollars for the relief of sun FranciscoThis a halt million moro than was asked for by Secretary rTaft FAMINE OVER San Francisco April 213 p in rTlie great flro Is now under control Tine privations and famine wjilch yesterday were appalling are today a remot possibilityAt n hundred tthousand are appeased and shelter provid ed for then- Arrangementrfor building are already being made and nierr chants rerwiihlvr r5tit = + V1tt i d 4 i i of M HBHMMMSMMBl iH iHMMMMHHMMBMBBMHSBM 1 j f I Shock by Tidal Wave It Is the Famous Hotel Was Most ffJlt OOY r LIFE LOSS is LIKKLY HEAVY Oakland Cal April Cliff house at the western end of Golden Gate park the famous San resort has been swept Into the sea It Is that the hotel has been and that not a stick or a stone has been left standing The news is confirmed by the captain of a little shot the gate without a tow and man aged to make dockage in Oakland Far out at sea he saw the city as a putt of smoke which be came a blinding haze as hb crawled nearer to land Ho reports yessels off the heads afraid to ven ture In because of the smoke and the lack of tows- Thera Is no to be had the number of guests in time hotel at the time but the loss of life must have been heir vy The Cliff house was one of the show places of San Francisco It was along building built of redwood and stood upon a high cliff the Pacific ocean The entire building was painted white and was by wide veran das Because of Its unique location It was visited by all the tourists who came to San Within a short distance of the cliff on which the hotel stood are time famous seal rocks where at certain seasons of the year hundreds of seals can be seen lazily sunning On the beach near by were the Sutro baths which are reported also to have been These baths were the largest In the wprld They were owned by the Sutro estate and were on the old Roman style of the details the of the Cliff house are still very meager It Is that the work of the was assisted by a colossal tidal wave and that the two forces of acting together left toothing but the solid rock behind them Thero re mains no sign to tell that a ever occupied that site Time Summer Pests All Hero Illghjt upon the heels of the corning of the electric light bugs and the house flies imvo qultoes and abundant The coming of qll these pests Is much earlier than usual and the people are as well as ed What does the early coming of these pests portend more than pro 1 Who has tr =j I a t tJ It lJ 1 riMr Me a Oerq tsenr peolI rea4 Ths r s AecL mf r 10 PZR1NEEg t High Winds Which Sprang Up This Mwiir ing Are Fanning Embers Into Flame And Are Causing Much Apprehension r a i i 4 Much Sickness Has Broken Out Among Refugees Huddled In The Parks And Conditions r Worse Than Any Previous NightA10 c Secretary Taft Has Asked Congress ToAppropriate Another Million Dollars For Relief =President Endorses Ity oiICLIFF HOUSE GUESTS SWEPT INTO SEA Earthquake Followed Colossal Understood Completely Demolished 21The Francisco understood completely demolished schoonerwhlch miraculously standing knowledge hereof necessarily fourstory overlooking surrounded Invariably Francisco themselves destroyed patterned architecture Although concerning destruction understood earthquake devastation building conspicuous arrivefrzcaterpillars surprised disconcert uaugsftaccoyance tll1n1 l AtiIII 1iet7raMl tit17 CENTS The Oakland April 21A high northwest wind which sprung up Just be foro daylight Is fanning the dying embers of San Francisco Into Game againMany parts of the city aro in the gravest danger particularly near the Union Ferry House toward which the flames are advancing If this structure goes it will mean the destruct n of the only means of exit from the city at the water front Time emergency hospital is also In danger and preparations are being madfe to remove he hundreds of inmates It Is said 15 men wens shot during last night whlle trying to loot theruins of the subtreasury Much Sickness Appears Oakland Aprilb 21Tho newspa per men who left San Francisco last night say much slqkness has broken out among time refugees huddled In the parks The conditions Ire be coming awful- Condition Regarded Worse Washington April 21The war department has received the follow ing from San Francisco Foggy this morning and condition grows worse Last night was cold compared with previous nights Accommodations fn Oakland are held at a premium Request for Additional AM Washington April 21 Secretary Taft presented to the president this morning a request that he send con gress a message asking for the ap propriation of an additional mlllon dollars for the rolief of the California sufferers The president will comply Wants Divorce Bva Durrcll today filed suit against Henry Durrell fur divorce alleging abandonment They married February 1 1904 and separated two days later TODAYSIARKBTS Wheat Open dose May 79 79 July J78y 7R Corn 16y47 47k Jly41J 45 Oat r May 321 22h July 30 M Pork J July s 1C 25 1622 Cotton May 112C 1121 July lllG 1107 Oct 10G5 1045 8tocb I P 172 1729i IT N 148 147H Rdg 128 1V 4 Cop 110 lWi Local Market Dressed Chickens 35c to 60c Eggs 20c a dozen aittor 2Gc lb sIrish100 Sweet Potatoes PerbUtVCOfl Country lIam813 l2c lb Green Sausage12c1h- Sausagei5c ID Country Lard lOc lb Onions lOc doz Radishes Per bunch Be t Ltlint 4C iterhvtuJ RhubarblGclIerJbuJilck 10 ft 1 L fii 4- t 0 THE SECOND BAPTIST REVIVAL r Continues With Interest sad Good rIlesulU Tomorrow I 8ervke8 tf Large crowds were turned away last night from the Second Baptist revival services the tent proving insufficient to accommodate alt How- to Be Saved was Evangelist Far rars theme There were tour conversions r and four addition to the t church Oyer 100 coavlrtlotidbay been madethus far SetvteelwilVbe- held tonightI at the tent a HsmJw fiCwUbb a Farrar will preach on Go VKftciM 9f Sdctes liifh eveungt aismeeting for men otily will theW JB the tent and Evangelist Farrar will deliver an Illustrated lr H4Wages All union men eap elallyl invited and seats will be reserved fortrthem At the same hour R y BH l Cunningham will preach to tie wom en In the church 4 a The Tenth Street Cfirfatblp Meetings at the ftinthitr8Christian church cpntlitue yKttt ltcreasing Interest Evangelist Radii peth preached last plgltttoaiarge audience on What Is GpspeiFalthK and four persons confessed their faith In Christ Pastor B W B Mli s a fine leader of song as he BMCceds In getting the congregation to sing Meeting this evening at 745 oclock Time subject will be RepentaBce w Tho Lords day will be a busy day and great results are expected Ur Hudspeth will preach morning and night At 11 a m he will preach oa Some Hotter Things At 7145 oil Change of Heart Its Nature and rkr Necessity All are Invited i I Broadway Methodlett1Rev T J Newell D p baa returned from Louisville and IheeIcupy his pulpit tomorrow at 11 a ttsr and 730 p mt Other sorvlceaisis uallTuesday night at 730 the secoad quarterly conference of theehurck- wilt be held In the lecture ream sttithe church The presiding elder Rev Ji W Blackard D UwiUkitkt time conference Declared Wn Citlerrildp Mr EdwO Leigh Invite score s tary to Gov Beckham ekelaila the city today flled tIn the1 coupty court a declaration of cltieishlp Mr Leigh being single aid a state oiH clal takes advantage of that prove sion of the statute which gives him tlio right to placehls residence wherever he chooses and Ala be did today regarding himself aa his many friends In his old bathe are delighted to knoW he stilldoegas a Paducah 1 an In all cdutesta within his party and L the polls Mr Lelg will belat- he city antlthat he may come oftea all friends will wish for many occasions to call him hither Y c Dies From EryslpeivMr William Brannon fGOZObe 1el 2venpf11kcl yAerd sa Llter ou at 430 oclock of erysipelas of tile face The deceased was 27 years olds and a ship paulkerpy trade Tie1 ftineral wll b held4 ths afternoon from thegreeidemice rateni Oak Grove f r a- Thgu Vlrl 4tr1 x T1T hfAT Ax A1M ltt 7 1 r naO rf c tcr t J frSTU 1 EP JvU T AwNn P0 ER t1 S ptANT- h t+ R erEIiYOU t A t llSt fjUG Id CURRENT l r 3 6 ar 1 sfr f v We pay for the coaL The t curreM jsi1 alivays ready 4el j the current is on oroffIt t rtbstopsf V AND THE COST STQ S V THE SECOND YOBi jtSTOP I Ia J N THEE PADUMti LIGHT AND POWER GO1 f LlJtr 06 Brollldwa y- tt i ltfMudCv t I I J 1 TONIGHTt mesh fast furious lrom s FUN first lasBllIg to fin- bThts h is1Ta The successful innovation all laughing seasen w =THE HROSIER GIRL utJt y ihC1iM kam4a Tfcree ids iWiss + ICAWATSONI As lC Roxana supported by the popilu Germ ii cdmedlani Mr Jf Gus Cohan and a star casts off capable actors iu i 4 V1 Sal1t1iut Scenery J Catchy Songs At add+ Dltfrtce- akea5597Laatl100 r k i f tptrc ZNois t i + e- t2 0 ToHlght mndr Next Wiiok nt The Kentucky r fPonlght aLIMKateVgtson AudGus cohan in The HooSier GIrlw Thursday Night The Eagles Minstrels Sftjtnrday Matinee and Night Dora T horne Tonight at Tho Kentucky The HoOsIer Girl with ftliffl Kato Watson r as the star will be the bill iA 1no time 4n her professional career 4iae Miss Watson eVer presenteda work that has appealed more stropg ly to IallI classes of theater fioers than in this ideal American play The A charac1erlz ton In The Hoosier filrl rrran opportunity to demon strate her great yer atlHty and rlght royally does she avail herself of It Dora Jhorno comes to The Ken tacky next Saturday after l oiY and- night TUB BIO LEAGUES I f YaUoeai tRsgue t RITE Plttaburg3Cincinnatii 11- l 1- r l tR H EI New York 814 0 Brooklyn 2 4 3 1 R H E Boston f V7 10 0 f 11Philadelphia v 3 7 2 rAmerican TxagBO RH E Washington 10 14 1I Wit+ stont t 1 6 5 lh r I irH E Mltodclphla VTlilS C NtYI York a 6 1 i RuE Chloegor6 8 0 DetreUt 1 8 3I I I Jtmeflcan Association Louisville 9 Mlsaeael a 3 J Columaug21 KansasOttzItI 1 j r- udlaaap4Ua 4 S- St Panl G i e 9 u JJ 1- aptwsCiisifl I w il 2rijf coana I r tI SIX WEEKS lEftl 3 ia BEGINS MONDAYl n Judge Reed Will Call Cases Criminal Term Work Finally Con DischargedGrand Jury t VARIOUS IXTERKSTIXO NOTES The grand Jury was finally dls charged yesterday afternoon by Cir cult Juttge Wm Reed and the April term of the McCracken criminal cir cult court came t6 an end The term has been eventful Ifa the conviction ot several murderers ono getting a life sentence and two seventeen years euch Judge Used r shed the busIness with his usual characterls jurybustnessj the third and last week tho grand Jury continued and the only business ot the court during this week hqs been to Walt pn Tho pleasure of this Jury In reporting The Civil Term Tho ClvJl term Mil begin Monday and Judgo Reed will call his docket anti set cases the first week not em paneling the Jury before Monday a Week Tile teenr qtif this court Is six weeks A 0 i ft v Hfqlal Tcnii Docket x The ocket for the pedal term of Uio OOcCra ken criminal drcult court to be held beginning June 25th for two weeks was made out yesterday and t1 IllS follow JL II Loving HerberttlIenr Hallbway charged wlh the murder of George Travis Berry Smith charged With criminally assaulting Nancy Smithy Tom Young e G Carrand James Green charged with robbing Join isbell James Por tar charged with maliciously cutting Sam BOglns James Drane charged wjth mnrderlng Ed EWell Ed Ray mend and Anderson Vandtess charg ed with perjury J T iNorfleet charged with passing a worthless check Alt Lire colored except Lov Ing Young Carr Green and T or fleet t Newspaper Case Continued The case of J il Worten against the Rjegls elIrjewspaper CRot this 1 city James E and Robert Wilhelm owner and reporter respectively was yesterday 1n Siulthland continued 1I Hntij the fait term of court The suit Is tar 25000 damages for printing artlQles damaging to the attorneys private and pubtic reputation Bankruptcy Courts Orders winding up the bankrupt matters of Taylor O Fisher and M G Warren were mado yesterday and the matterr referred lo Judge Walter Evans at Louisville with recommendations i from the referee Attorney E W dischargesThe to Judge Walter Evans In the matter of Moses Schwab bankrupt Creditors allege that Schwab did not account for JIQOOO but the ret ereo dismissed the petition The cred itors immediately appealed and the matter will go before Judge Evans for a decision iThe decision of the referee in the claim of Mrs T Schwab Moses Schwabs wife amounting to 2COO was also appealed The refejcp al lowed fho claim to be pro rated but the creditors are riot satisfied with the leclslon by In Saxony no man Is permitted to shoo horses unless he has passed a public examination and is properly jiualifled r r+ 1 f t JL L tr IU4f h r mn J fH JfRLD AU1 I Echoes of the Heart of San Franciscos Disaster oi v sr fWhlch Tell of SatTorlng Heroism an- I d i Furies As otc Great Story 4Wlxi a CUIMIXAL hars AS 1ILKMISIIKS Oakland Cal Telegram i f At Intervals Wws comes toiis from the refugees of what Iis dong behind the smoke cloud People who had decided that their houses we outside of the datgOrousareas and had decided to pass the night even after the terrible experience of tth6 shakeup und r their roofs hourly gave it up and straggled to the parks There they lay In blankets their choicest valuables by their sides and the soldiers kept watch and order There Is no water in the main the great suffering was from thirst The soldiers disregarding the order a to let people mono about permitted bucket brigades to go to the spring and bring bad water ia relieve women t and crying children To reach tho water it was necessary to go mllo to ono of the tour reservoirs which top the hills I talked to on man who slept In Alta plaza The fire was going in the district south nlghleway to the plaza and dropped with the breath out of them among the huddled people and the bundles of household goods Just Controllers The soldiers who are administer lag affairs with all tho Justice of Judges and all the devotion of he buckf ets of water even from the woman fpr these men who kept coming all1 the night long There was a littlel food also kept by the soldiers for these emergencies and the sergeant had In his chargr one precious bottlef of whiskey from which he dealt out drinks to those who were utterly ex hausted Over in a corner of the plaza band of men and women were pray ing and one fanatic driven crazy by horror was crying out at the top o his voice His hysterical trying got onL the nerves of the soldiers and bade fair to start a panic among the wom en and children so the sergeant sea over and stopped it by force Allt night they held huddled together with the fire making It bright as day on all sides and In the morning the soldiers using their sense again commandeered a supply of breadl from ta bakery sent out another wa ter squad and fed the refugees There was one woman In the crowd who had been separated from her husband In a rush of the smoke and did not know whether he was living or dead The women attended to her nil night and In the jfiprnlng the soldiers passes her through the line in her search A few Chinese made 1 their way Into the crowd They were trembling pltlfujly and willing t stop wherever thee soldiers placed them In the morning this eyewitness I made his way out to the wharf near the presidio and got away in the sloop of an Italian fisherman This Is only a glimpse of the horn bld night in the parks and open pin I ces We learn here that many of the welltodo people In the upper resl it To Drive Out Malaria and Build Up the System Take the Old Standard GROVES TAsTELESS CHILL TONIC YOU know what you are takVngl The formula F Is plainly printed on every1 bo tie showing IJt Is simply gaining and iron 4n a tasteless form The qujnYne lies out the malaria and the Iron builds up tile system Softl by tin dealers rot 27 years isrlco60 centtl LARKS i a A4 KIDNEY ftEt Guaranteed GiirC t for all Kidney and Bladder DI3elitses sMALL AsA PILL- EASIER I TO TAKEJTwo doses give relief s and one Nor will cure anT ordinary cage of Kidney or bladder trouble Removes Gravel cures Dfabetet Seminal Emissions Weak and LameUck- I and all Irrogularltlea of the Kidney and Bladder IB both men and women Sold at 50 cents per box w the na cure no pay nitMcPhersoaa Drug store touru and Broadway sole agent for Padelcab or set by mail upon receipt df price by Lark MMtcUie ttLHW JilkiXT j r- A l t dence 4tetidc hays gathere n 1- etrabgerd r thb tii kdayaand by xjajs nndgIyjpn shelter andco lor- tI ferfie night in their living rro and drawing rooms Shelter eeVn lto have come more easily than food IvO an ounce of supplies of course has come In for two days and most of the permanpht stores ors 11tbe hands of1 the soldiers who dole the out to all comers alike But the hun gryrtan nqt always find the mlllltfry stores jjnd tho news hasnot got nboitf2jhice there are no newspapers and no regular means bfcommunlc + ltlon IAn Italian tells me that he wast tta ken in by a family living in a three slory house In the fashionable Pa stile avenue There were 20 refugees who passed the night In the drawing room of that house whose mistress took down hangings to make them comfortable In the morning all the food that was left even lu that homo of wealth was enough flour and bare k Iqg powder to shake together n breakfast for tho refugees They were hardly ready tto leave that house when the fire came that way and the people of the house with the refugees who Included two Chinese made thefr Way to the open ground of the presidio With them streamed a procession of folks carrying vain al bias In bundles frfnilnnl BlemishesI oftThere Come out tad taiga of both heroism and cYlmb The flr men hay e been at 1C for over 46 hours under such conditions as firemen never faci ed before and they liftaB more than give directions while thee volunteers thousands of young westt seeIIt through x6 the Work wth troOps who haveall they can dodo to han ale the croWda In the streets and pre vent pastes The work of dynamiting tearing down and rescuing Is In the hands of volunteers This morning an eddy of flame from the edge of the burning whole sale district ran up the slope of Rus shin hill at the highest eminence 1In the city All along the edge of the bin and up the slopes are little frame5 houses which hold Italians and Mex leans A corps of volunteer aids ran along the edge of the fire warning people out of the houses But th lames ran too fast and two women ai were caught In the upper story of a old frame house A young map a rail from n fence managed to scale It and reached tho window He seized Lone woman and managed to drop her onto the rail down which she slid without hurting herself But the root fell while he was struggling with the other and they felt together In the flames There must have been hun dredtof such deeds of heroism ant s l dozens of each catastrophes There Is a darker side too At least four men have been shot for looting There are no wharf rats I the world worse than these which in teat San Franciscos water front Th terror and the presence of the troops who have kept most of these people penned up in Portsmouth square with the Chinese kept them inbounds for the day Tho policemen shot one of them and this had a good effect But today they broke loose and joining with the rescuers began to go through the buildings In the early afternoon one of them cam i staggering out of a wln house o h Green streett his arms filled wit champagne bottles and already halt drunk with brandy which he had found In the wreck A soldier of thel 13th caught and held him The orders of the troop are discretionary The soldiers In charge stood him against tho burning building and shot him before he knew what theyi were going to do Three others were shot In the back on the run as they rled to get away with their plunder There must liana been a great deal more of this t CENSUS FALLING OFFII County School Superintendent Bill I Ingtou XnniCH Sonia Trustees With few exceptions tlGcuntytt school census enumerators have re ported a decrease In this years census The last to report yesterday was district Kpu19f which showed a decreast of J4The total this year In this district was 83 while last year It ran to 97- TrustecqSnmed Olio following county school trus tees have ben appointed by County School Superintendent J AlT Billing ton 037W J Schaeffer No 1bharles Blchon No 18 Charles Thornhlll No S William Howie No 2rD Jloiido and Walter JOnesNo 43W J Ferguson No 16P McQueen No 39 Olonroe Caracal No 2 0 Warder Boldry No 17G W BumposB Jr No 105Vtlhtm Langstdn No 17John Cliaphiafi They hold until June 3Oth 1907 The appointments are made by the county superintendent because the In these districts were not hold at all teat tall 11111 Mf SI i le 1- 1l j4 linBltftbBBTB LL j am1 SONOB ffl tIt+ Princeton Beats Hopkinsyillf rhb Initial Game Yesterday I it iti MC y Pmlucnh lion in the Lineup Wills Princeton=A n lnde cudent LeaguohOrgnnizekLp lr t TUB NATIONAL LEAGUE NEWS I Independent ball teams In West ern Kentucky towns are beginningI to play ball and the season with Hopklnsvllle and Princeton opened yesterday with g gam a between the two teams at Princeton The latter city is a good ball town considering Its size nod draws n good attendance especially on Sunday Jx The opening of the season there yesterday was quite an event The game was attended by many munlcl pal officers among them Slayer Groom who pitched the first ball aver the plate and made a very good job of it striking within three feet of the homo plate t Princeton was successful in the In Itlnl game winning by a score of 10 to 3 The following ia the scorerRHE Princeton 10 9 1 Stevens and Drahlc Hopklnsvllle 3f3 2 Campbell and Goldwalthc Umpire Green Attendance GOO It will be noticed that Eddie Bra life brother of Pitcher Dick Brahlc of the Paducatr Indians Is catching for the Princeton team This is the first of the Independ ent league games to effort was made to arrange a sor af league with regular schedple between Hopkins ville Princeton Henderson Owens boro Dawson and other towns but was unsuccessful The towns will keep an average of games won and closeeof the season t1ElGUEVtliS1FIZSeJimmie Ryan told Chief Ioyd that he would walk away with Vln cennes with his team Lloyd hasnt shown Ryan anything yet With Gil Ugan manfout ot the game yesterday and no advantages of team work with sore pitcherlRYAn ought to Novo walked away fromthe Indians Wllgus firnrived promIsespitchereIromMineroutfield kept tho Ryan bunch of Ger plans hugging the bases as if they were life preservers I IsLtruly a Big Mill Man He had few op Jlmmlositwo bagger with the bases full show BighStick lIaasis thoseplace Haas Gilligan Wetzel and Perry on the Infield all full of ginger with abundance of heady baseball tricks leagyerathis nobodykicksreally have tho Ryanlter outclassed and even members of the German band agree that we are some faster In spots The game tomorrow will doubtless draw a full grand stand If the weath er Is good Hurt in Runaway Mayfield Ky Aprill 21ln a runaway near Water Valley Thursday afternoon Mrs John Raby and Miss Carrie Gosaom Toro thrown from their buggy and Mrs Raby was sc riously Injured liar arm was broken and she was otherwise bruised The young lady received only a few slight Injuries The ladles live tour miles east of Water Valley and the accident occurred about fi oclock while wayhomoRabflcrlbe lot Beai WE WANT TO SEE YOU VISIT SU We have good things for you to ear or drink Our soda fountain drinks we think are all the heart could desire Tryus S tutZ S Columbia BPtlotr H Nt Ctriir JJMMH I rt f rftSTEltMOOtfl All thats Best in Mattresses Guarantedby us as well as Ostermoor t Tale care Dont be fooled r f lOOK FOR THE LABEL I rb +3 i f Put there by Ostermoor for your protection Beware of imitations trading on the Ostermoor success We sell the genuine A L B OGILVIE 6 COBroadway and Fourth w MATTINGS r We have just received lot of new mattings our first purchases having proven such good sellers lap Matting cotton warp at 12Jc1 18c 20c 25c 30c China Matting heavy straw at 20c 25c and 30c L B OGILVIE jCOf u JTtl IPlumbingIi house or sewer gas bcarjnA germs ot l contiguous diseases to which the human sys h i tern reaoiJy u vUirib rSewer gsa is not necessarily generated In the sewerbut is frequently created in the plurb ing system within the home and enters the apanmcnts through defective fixtures Ifin doubt consult us regarding thepipinga and replacing defective fixtures with ShmdaJ Porcelain IEnameled Vtre 1 acknowledged the best sanitary equIpment e tt- El 1n 1L1N1 U is1 2 South Ills St ItOtll I Iiones =01 TO LET Several superior offices on second and third floors of our building providedwith heats water light electric elevator and modern sanitary arrangements Prices lowest in city for similar offices double offices especially adapted for dentists 0 American eGerman National Bank I 227 Broadway + 7tilL IL J StarksUlirnanSaddlery 1 r COMPANYI 302 Broadway r 1tt Display for a few days a generall line bff harness saddles collars bridles blankets etctit We invite thi citizens of Paducah to calland inspect tlc most complete lines in these goods in the city We make a sspecialtylt of fljji harness for the city trade Wont Grow Old ll JiuuuecuMry Regain VlltUiy end Loa NewS t d Young or Old Valuable Trtatlle Free BYounf JtedCo 110x541 AuJertou lad 11 t 1 i Q 0 1 n- K Ii rYt t1 n af7 t+ q r n i f I rA 1 A 1 t tmEPAIU AnWEV NINJii UNJ + 7 VgAATUIIDAI l1 Y The Week In Society t APRILii 0 I The form of Aprllrbpautlful and gay Adown thLworld p comes dancing In delight A cloud of snowy appleblossoms by lay A fire bt all the daisied stars by 3 night She gives the music to the raptured thrush That In the woodland sings the t whole day long She roves With Echo through the startled hush And mocks the bobolink with shower of song ttYel though her wondrous charms are fresh and now None guess tho proud queen In tho maiden free She tildes her thousand eyes with vi olets blue She veils her splendor with sim plicity 13 W Mason In April Smart Sot Aunaummeuls MTiw Suslo Thompson will enter tale oa few friends with a dinner on Monday evening at her holllool Broadway complimentary to Slfss Elizabeth Scott of Clarksdale Miss tho guest of the Misses Decker Mrs Saunders A Fowler Is hos tess to Jho Five Hundred club on Wednesday afternoon at her homo Edgowqod on West Broadway It I Is the first meeting of the club since they adjourned for Lent Mr and Mrs Hal S Corbott wlK entertain the As You Ulko It clug on Friday evening at their homo on North Ninth street Tho Paducah chapter U D C n will have charge of thu Country Store during the carnivalt weak be ginning April 30 ThWroceodij will go towards the local Confederate monument fund Members of the chapter will bo In charge of tho storo each day Mrs Bortlo Campbell Is general chairman of the committee N 0DrlflllN of CovKnily Wedding Society Interest for tho coming week centers In tho wedding of Miss Louise Elizabeth Cox and Me Jams Henry Rudy on Tuesday oven Inc at 9 oclock at the Ilroailwn Methodist chinch It will Jio a brit liant social event uniting two of tho most prominent young people members of loading families of the city A reception at the homo of Mr and Mrs William Armour Gardner theSceremony Mlsii Coxs attendants aro Miss Anita Wood of Wichita Kansas Miss Ifthol Brooks Miss Ruble Cor belt and Miss Ella Sanders the bridesmaids Mrs Sounders Fowler and Mrs Thomas Hall fire tho mat TOOK of honor Tho maid of honor will bo Alias Martha Davis Tile ushers arc MrI Stuartl i 1 Rudy Mr Will Rudy nir Slnnott Mr Charles All colt Mr John Brooks of the city and Mr James lIolige of Henderson Ky Tho brldo will enter with her brother Mr Charles Cox and Mr Edwin J Paxton is the grooms best mapI The ceremony will be per formed by Rev W K Cave D D or Iho First Presbyterian chinch and 1 Rev r J Newell D Df of the Broadway Methodist church Mr Harry Gilbert will have the wedding music In charge The bride will wear a handsome princess gown df white satin with panels of real lace Tho bridal veil will be caught with orange blossoms and the shower bouquot will bo of whllo roses and lilies of tho valley Teh attendants gowns will bo of white Arabian silk They will carry pink roses and will wear tho Prince of Wales tips In hair Among the out ot town guests to be present for tho wedding are Mrs Mary Rudy of CascyvIIle the grand mother of Mr Rudy Mrs Henrietta Jackson of Denver Col an aunt Mr and Mrs Clarke Knowlton of Memphis Mr and Mrs Isaac Pc leIs of Memphis Mrs George Fous Df Baton Rouge La Mrs Charlea James of Evansvlllc Miss Anita Vool of Wichita Kan Miss Anna Parks of Nashville Tenn Mr Win Ieech of Crlpplo Creek Col an Undo of Miss Cox Mr Charlie Cox from Ann Arbor Mich Mr James Hodge of Henderson Ky Mr1 Jos eph Newbcrn of Memphis 0JMnrliron to Jkllw O+ v Miss Martha Davis favo a charm Ing luncheon at 1 oclOCk today at her homo on Kentucky avenue in honor of tho brldo of the coming week Miss Louise Cox and her at tondants Tho table was a beautiful scheme In roso color with spring lowers jl1 lacs hyacinths and narcissus artist- Ically arranged In a centerpiece Pinkshaded candles added to thoI pretty effect The placo cards wort mlnaturo fans each containing some bright and clover saying about marriage Tho menu was a very delightful one Ijho guests Included MIss CoxI Mrs Saunders Fowler Mrs Thomas Hall Miss Anita Wood of Kansas Miss Ethel Brooks Miss Ruble Cor bolt lIsslElla Sanders t3 Pretty 1 KvrnlnK Card Tarty Miss Faith Langstaffs card party Friday evening at her homo on Ken tuck avenue was a pretty compliment to her houseguest Miss Jose phine Gardner of Qiiogue L I ana to Miss Elizabeth Scott of Clarksdale- Mlss the visitor of Mlssv Myrtle Decker and Mss Helen Decker Tho house was a charming spring symphony with Its profusion of lilacs dogwood and apple blossoms used throughout the rooms Miss Mary Boswell captured tin o first prize fur the ladles The second prize wont to Miss Elizabeth Sin nott The first prize for the gentlemen was won by Mr Thomas Harri son and Mr Charles Cox secured tho second A delightful courseluncheon was served after tho gameII Thero were twelve tables of guests 0Inilurnli III New Orleans Miss Ethel Brooks who Is sponsor for the James T Wnlbcrt camp U C Vat the Confederate reunion IIn Now Orleans April 2C27 will leave at 3 11C Wednesday morning with her party 8ho will bo accompanied by her rather Dr J G Brooks n dieI tinguished Confederate soldier Her maids of honor are Miss SUe Thump sore and Mss Kathleen Whltcflcld of tho city and Miss Anita Wood of Wichita Kan Mrs Bertie V Camp bell la tho official chaperone The days in New Orleans will be veryi crowded andbrllllant ones and Padu cahs pretty sponsor with 1her charm Ing coterie will bo acknowledged favorites In tho gay throng of repre sentative women of the Southland Mr David Kbger wno has been ap- Pointed by Gen H A Tyler es a major on his staff will leave on Monday In advance of the others as his duties demand his early presence 0 the scone He Will bo accompanied I by his father CapL James Koger a prominent Confederate veteran Ma jar Kogor will bo a gallant and pop ular aide A number of the local veterans are contemplating attending Dr David1 G ttlurrell Is a delegate from the James T Walbert camp and wIN be occbmpanled by ihls wife who Is a prominent member of the Paducah chapter U D C Mrs Murrell was a Miss Randolph of Louisiana andI will be at homo In New Orleans 0 Mutlnco Munlcnl Club The Matinee Musical club offers aniI unusually Interesting program for Wednesday afternoon at iaeocloc In thc parlors of the Eagle buildingf Wagner and Liszt being the composers Mrs Coo B Hart Is the leader The numbers havo been selected with discriminating caro and it promises to be one of the most delightful open meetings tints popular club has Ar ranged for Its members and their guests The guests are limited t two for each active and associate member The program follows 1 Character sketches Mrs II 8I Wells 2 Vocal solo = Elizabeths Pray er from Tannhauscr =Wagner Mrs W C Schoflold 3 Violin soloSoleetediPro Wm Deal 4 Vocal solo Lorcllo Liszt Miss Anno Bradehaw 6 Basso Aria from The Flying Dutchman Mr Emmet Bagby G Plano duct Rhapsodic nom groiso No 2 LisztMss Nowdl1 and Mr Gilbert 7 The Story of Lohengrin Miss Allne Bagby 8 Vocal soloElsas Drum j tram Lohengrin Mrs James Welllo 0C- otllllon Club The IRaster german of the Cotillion i club on Monday evening at the Palmer House was a very delightful affair It was led by Mr Louis flick e Jr The presence of a number J charming outoftown visitors added to the attractiveness of the occnso Among Those present were less arid Mosdames Sounders Fowler 13dIu need Noble George Langstaff Mes dames J G Brooks J M Buckn Thomas Leech Dertlo Campbell Misses Anita Woodof Wichita E1Ut beth Scott of Clarksdale Mist Josephine Gardner Quogue L L Misses Myrtle Decker Helen Deck Ethel Brooks Elizabeth Sinna tit Halllo Hlsey Ruth Well Faith Lan staff Blanche Hills Hattlo Terre Mildred Terren Canine Sowell Bcl Cave May Owen Frances Coleman Lulu Reel Henrietta Roger Sue Thompson Judge Walter Evans Louisville Samuel T Stewart of Now York John Bleecker Lou fiche Jr W T Sttirtcvant Calhoun t fiche Pat McElrath Jot Drooloa Edson Hart Morton lion David Roger Fred Wade lienDewey Frank Bourne Joo Exn 1 IveiaoniLeechIAlgernoni43t Mngazlno Club Miss Martha Davis was hosless I 1 I Rudy Phillips Ko I 219223 ROADWAY I What l YiJ Gives a woman that distinction of being well dressed air of chic appearance more than anything elseher hat and her gloves Our Millinery Department isybeing reinforced daily with new arrivals of hatsafter the rush t for Easterand you now have quite a new lot to select your bonnet out of We have also received new lot ofiblackand white long silk gloves which are so popular this iseason and car furnish you with these for v 1 VJ 1 l V 1 Perpair j t i t i 1 1ii t 1 if rjP ti I i C 1r r I 11 t j I ut + o the Magazine Club on Thursday at h her homo on Kentucky avenue Jt1 was n hymen Abbott afternoon with a discussion of some of tits leading April Magazines and was an espcc laity delightful meeting Quotations from Lyman Abbottt were given In opening and Mrs Henry Overby followed with an In tot eating character sketch of Abbot L Titer Outlook of which Lyman Ab- a bolt Is the editor was ably represent ed by Mrs George Langstaff Jr Land Miss Frances Gould Mrs Scott and Miss Helen Lowry foatureLexcellent resume of the North can RevlCw The leading of Harpers Magazine were delight fully given by Mrs Robert Decker Phillips The Atlantic Monthly was cleverly reported by Mrs George Flournoy A beautiful luncheon was served after the literary digestt An informal business session was held before adjourning devoted prin cipally to tho coming meeting of the State Federation of Women Clubs a Mt Sterling IIn Juno at which tho- i magazine club will bo represented petkwomens club are presenting to the citizens Tho next meetIng of tho club w1 t be held on May 10 with Mrs Saunders Fowler at her items Edge wood on Woat Broadway It willI be the final mooting of tho season 01nMyo Y entertained atl cards on Wednesday afternoon at her prottStiteggThese Were distributed from a mln lature wagon drawn by a rabbit The yelttlons of the rooms and In thoode Ilghtful luncheon scheme The first prize was won by MrsLln neaus Ormo and the second prize by Mrs Kate Wilson Miss Clara Thomp son captured the lono hand prizeandI the consolation prize went to Mrs Henry Thompson There were ten tables of guests 0Impromptu Orgies Recital At 130 today an Informal organ recital was held at the First Presby terlan church Mr Hewitt of Louis yule who has friends In the cltyandI Is passing through was prevailed upon to sing toan Invited audience He Is quilt a delightful soloist Miss Ada Brazelton accompanied him at ofthe organ 7 qi1anre Last Night raTho younger society set gave an cnjoyabffe danceiltlhofI5lk8 HaVll last evening About twenty couples erwore present The dance was diaper oned by Sirs W F Dradshaw and Mrs Jetta Hobson 0Delphic Club yearserermlhndy of Women Eminent In French TuesdaygCarnegie library It sessionleI and able papers Mrs Frank Par ham gave a resmue of The Mother ofof Napoleon1he Times of the IoulsPhllllpenndlsairs DonheuLlllurtuI Eugenicdr reelIIadJournmentbutItr- t noon Tea will be given Tuesday nf ternoon May 1 at 4I oclock In the Delphic room at tho library It will limitedtoNext years program of the Del LItoand Artand the Tucday0 Liuirlicon in Visitors i onterlnlaeiwithd on wyIIItillsJosephinetongIslandFalthTanglartand i carnations wore Used with effect In elaboratecoursedelightfulCoverse guests were raliases Emily Upton Josephine Gardner Faith Langstaff Elizabeth Slnnott CaveSueRobbIe i e s About People popularSirsIII with threatening appendicitis for the past week or more will be glad to 1 llearn that she Is able to bo up and out again t r Mr James Hodgo of Henderson Ky Is expected this evening to visit Din Henry Ttudy of Kentucky nvo puo Ho comes to attend the Cox Rudy wedding On Tuesday eveningI Vitas Elizabeth Scott of Clarks- dale silos is the attractive guest of Misses Myrtle and Helen Decker tII Jefferson Street She arrived pn Monday Mr Charley Cox has arrlvedjronf i Ann Arbor Mich where heisat I I tending the university to attend the 1 v J T f Rudy Phillips 6 oiiii JtB1V223 BROADWAY 4 r t i L Wash goods except tionally braces it1trJ c III f yitOur fljl white TIet wonder 1 ful1dJ 1 values I i I+ 4 4y4 I VERY 1 woman will delight in seeing the exceptional values i t f we are now showing in our white goodssectlonwhattsheer dainty white stuffs we have imported for her summer 1i comfort In our linens we have imported directly a much t larger quantity than heretofore and are offering at wonderfully tX kr low figures by the yard We quote only few prices but the whole department is full of good things i rAt Co 1 A beautiful line of white figured madras for25cthe yard i Dotted Swiss in embroidered patterns at18C 25C 35C 4OC the yard 36 Inl guaranteed pure linen waists or suits at25cthe yard f In Union Linen for sklrtsat20cthe yardAI36ID shirt waist linen beautiful quality already shrunk at 4QC the yard J Striped and caeck dimities sheer and dainty checks and stripes 1 J s all sizes af10C15C 20cI 25C the jard Ij R Iflin linen cambric a magnificent value for 35c the yard it 1 w- rra l ra t j 1 I j2T r- 8t223 Rudy Phillips ROADWAY r IN OUR SHOE t 1 r 1 I A lEATURE ofthe Queen Quality linebeirig r s I I4 w IvA 250 and 300 for patent kid allstyles 250to3 INFANTS DEPARTMENT Jj SOc buys patent vamp blue or white silk top Roman sandal 1 SOc buys patent barefoot sandal50 Iv ttd 25c You will be surprised to see the handsome soft soles at J t t S this price t25c b ltd r 150 to 200 buys handsome line of Gibson ties inr Ift r J vicixand I patent kid r150 to 4 2iOO F 1 1I I r Itt t 1 1 rrYY t wedding of htasl8terMiss Louise Cox and Mr Henry Rudy Miss Finny Upton of Now Or teens who has peen tho pleasant guest of her aunt Mrs David O JMurrell during the winter left Thurs day for her home Miss Upton Is very popular In Paducah The wedding of Mr L K Taylor of this city to Miss Alma Peajj Belcher of Covlngton Ga will take Wedne6dajThocoullo Paducah and resldo at Hotel Craig A Singular case Princeton Ky April 21As next friend Mrs Bello Glbbs has Instltut jOd suit tori2Q damages In clr cult court against Mrs Sh1 C Pars ley for Ed Morris charging aliena tion of affectlbn of wire of Morris and procuring attachments of tho property of Mrs Parsley The suit was flied by Attorneys A D Moore land S D Hodge airs Parsley and the young bI1 are gatd to bo la Deep AVater Mo Morris and Miss orte Parafejr eloped tp Metropolis ill1 a abort time ago anj wero mar rled there 1 1U t A r fe 1I1 DEPAREMENT tshape WILL iKADUATi IX JUNE Dr Overtoil Brooks May Then Enter time Marine Service Mr Ovorton Brooks tho son of Dr J Brooks will graduate In medi clime from the Northwestern Unlver sity at Chicago June 25th The young physician has gone through thorough training In the Chicago school has had great Jealo actual experience In work here hav- Ing studied under hla father during vacations In Puducab The young man will probably go Into the marine service this being a branch that holds more advantages and opportunities to young physic ians He has been In the naval acad only ItJ Annapolis but left the serv ice preferring to study medicine Ho will probably como home td visit his parents before ho decides on what course he will pursue centsIt cost go by hotly cars from Toklo Yokohama the port of the Japanese capital Cars start every five minutes from C In the morning toll at night iL1 tc p t t I v itV J rtt jii 11 Jj f 1 Itj I J r r y irI Jr- K iiii- d q j a j for 36 1 36 I 0 the IMf 5 l l o I It 1- a 1 H n I 1 l r p t i V t r 1 1 i G a and a to to 9 y c I WANTS UAM IGKS 1T1T1 t idhJii From Peanut Company for IIIJ J Through Annoyance Ely rle8Jf i rJ9hni r rld against the Southern Peanut cum C I pang for 2500 damages andjaeejfS I to effect cessation of operatibn fbl 1 the plant of the defendant In a racaaJ- r YFTho l 1 pany which operates acrpsa the street- In the old mill property at First aqd Washington streets operates itu such a way that dust flies airoV neighborhood It gets into his houdoit and forces him to keep his hjittcr rodsides A n Just across tho stfeW restralllnqoroer b operating In such a way that It wilt l inconveniencethe neighbors untlj the matter Is settled Tfie case Jsset for April 27 Air castles are built on fo tion ofIwposetbllltI an a r t a ta1 2Tl VV r PA 7fl flY U TEE PDVCAR vE1qINc r p 1F17i Tht9APLt2f 7- V i i To r V If 73W 4 MONDAY MORNING you wlb in the oK the greatest Suit Sale ever given in Paducah We are gOIng tohave a- salea sale that mearisa great deal to any Ibuyer who is ffortunate enoughtb get toilita f sale that comprises values of importance The prices have been so arranged on all our suiW that when seen in Sundays papers if will ap pear really shocking Monday morning iisr when we start our suit clearance and watch closely the values we will offer 317 317 Broadway Broadway u J LOCAL LINES S For Dr Pcndley ring 41C t Frcslv tubo KW9 and caladlum bulbs at Brunoottffl The Red Men will meet Monday nlghtj and Initiate 15 new members I Dr Gilbert Osteopath 400 12 Broadway Phono 19C The Mnyflcld Icssengcr says AG Gilbert of this city Is to open a conmiliwlon or stock exchange In that place and that wires are being placed for use 4Olobo Wornlcke Filing cases and all supplies that go with card Index system and a complete lino of other ofJlco supplies at R D Clem I Tho Co Brotherhood of Ijocojnotlvo run nu excursion on tho rrents Fowler ttomorrowf afternoon and A the DallyCity nutmcritMjrs to Sun who wish tho delivery of their papers stopped muat notify our col lectors or mako their requests direct to Tho Sun otnce No attention will be paid to such orders when given to our carriers Sun Pub Co VVC IL Ferguson and wife of Star Lime Works Ky wore nt tho Now Richmond today Mr Ferguson clowd a tloal today for a farm of Cpl Hud Dales In ithe county Dr Hicks offlcea Cp9 Broadway rhone 432 Kosldcacc 1627 Broad way PhonoV18O Tho Womans nome Mission o- cletyof tho Trimble street Methodistl church wfll meet Monday afternoon at 3 oclock at tho residence of Mrs J C Martin 1035 Harrison street 111IPhillips agent The Ramsey Society will have a call meeting JMonday afternoon at 2 oclock prompt A full attendance Is requested Dr J V Vorls dcntlst200 Ftc t ternity building Tho Home Mission Society of the Broadway Methodist church will j meet Monday afternoon at 3 oclock at tho church Prices cut on nil sizes aiid styles of photos Jllley Cooks A ditch has Wen slug In tho I rear of the 11 C shops In the commons fronting on Kentucky avenue and nil water Is brought out of triO shops through a different toute from heretofore This Is done through the efforts of the board of health nqd will make sanitary conditions In that t locality ninth better The old ditch which has become slimy with scum will be filled with cinders Dont forgot tho steamer George Cqwllngs trips to Metropolis Sunday April 22 leaving wharf at tI30 n m and 2 1p m Round trip 25 cents The steamer George Cowling lleaves for Metropolis Sunday April 22 at 930 a m and 2 p m Round trip 25 centsV We ard dlofrigv but our line of HEATH 4 MILLGAN HOUSEHOLD PAINTS At VERY LITTLE ABOVE t COSTVV 5 The line consists of In tenor paints enamels floor paints varnishes stains etc Now is the time for fresh paint Come in and let us show you- R W WAIEHKCOlocorporttea DRUGGISTS run aid Iwae USIb SISL 75 4 rf l VVtV QI LL t= oJo C h n People who fcare patronized transfer companies elsewhere will bear us out In the statementt that our service Is second to none and pri- Ce lower for like serve than In any city Let us serve you Palmer Transfer Co Opt roach exterminator at Karri lIclfersv Will clean env out or your money back an ifloiea flne piaTlnum pict ures at Rlley Cooks5do per dozen James Mctflnney of the Ifog land neighborhood was tills morn Ing tried before Justice nlqlch for obstructing the public road by build Ing his fence partly on the road The decision Is reserved until next week See Riley Cooks for real bar gains In photos If you read good1 books see the ad of Harbours Book D pt In this Issue The farmers are very busy Just now rushing preliminary work to active farming This Is why so few are appearing 11 the city The dust Is growing abominable again Just n shower to settle the nuisance would prove most acceptable Today has been a growing spring day A few more such days and the people will be suffering seriously from spring fever and other In dolent complaints Tomorrow promises to be n favorable day for those lEaster gowns etc which wero not wearable last Sunday WlmL flap weather for house building and street Improvement worjc The undersigned magistrates will on the 2Sth day or April lot the contract for tho painting ot the county court house Including thb dome and also the courtly JjAil and Jail fence painting to be of two coats of pure lendl oil and colon to bQ selected on or before ttio worlj begins all work to bo dono In a first class workmanlike manner n certi fied check for twentyfive dollars 2r o6 to accompany each bid for tho faithful jHjrformanco of the work wo reserving the right to rejectj any and all bids also reservingf tho riglu to reject the work ut any time If not dono In accordance iwlth tho uuder I standing of the undersigned magistrates I All bids must be in thl omco of I C W Emery by 2 p m Saturday the 28th day of April 190C Signed C W BMBRY J J BLEICH rR1xzV W Cairo 291 01 fall Chattanooga 77 12 taU Cincinnati 28 10 fall Evansville 332 00 stud Florence C9 oO fall Johnsonvltlo 101 02 fall Louisville 9i 01 Tall ait Carmet1 1S41 rf fall J Nashville missing Ilttsburg CC 09 fall Davis Island Dam 7C OC tall St LoUisV 237 02 fall Mt Vprnbn Wf lO 3i full Paducuh 4 282 02 fall Tho rher f H8 In the past twont four hours the gauge today register Ing 282 Tho Hopkins was tho Evansvlllo packet today The SaHIll o on route froth SJ Louis to tho Tonnessee river passed up today The Georgia Leo from Memphis to Cincinnati passed up today Tho Kentucky leaves tonight at C oclock for tho Tennessee dyer rho Margaret came In from the Tennessee river with a tow of ties yesterday nntf wlll llatup for r paljfs the Duffy going out today In her ilaoeV Clint M N ainllens of the steamer T II Davis Is anxious ovor the safe ty of ills twin sister who jvas Ijvlng In San Frahcteco at tho limo of the disaster HO has t telegraphed BO f4rlisbeen unable to recelvoa re 11 10 t J IJ0 I I 1 0 oto I r I People and 1 Pleasant Eventsto 11 PiiriyPrttyVJastcr lOne of the prctlest partJea of the was a course dlrineVI givenr by Mr and airs C C Wnjreii lth61 spa cijvle at the apartmonts In l Scott flats on Broadway Place card wore laid for fourteen The cJfor motif was yellow and gr einnd the Easter Idea was carried ouflri detail The table was beautlu A 1large dovo was suspended troth th6fchan IcHer front which was arrletl fib born to places Llttle1 cilckeri3i rind flowers were the souvenlrY and1welcomedbespoke tho coming orator EdwIh dave responded wltli diJr ifest a most dignified tfndpledslng ninnn tnll LMIss Ethel SlghCa toast ttSCho Friends was In p6etry and sHoVed much ability Mlsa Mary CdVo told of Our Afma and Ambitions In her usual sweet manner A pleasant feature o the dinner was a conundrum salld coursei with a conundrum in a salld leaf After dinner the guests were enter tained with a stressing contest on The Island i W6 Visit1 The prIze was won by il9i Sadie Smltliqn the cut An Alumni Call A meeting i all the graduates of the Paducan public schbbl frOnt the earliest to the most recent Is called for next Friday afternoon at 330 oclock IIQ the office of Superintendent g iM1 Lleb at tho Washington build Ing on West BroadwnyifprWeVir pooo of organIzing aif A limn11Ak elationVIThe need of such an organlzatlon J s greatly felt hero and1irianj1bf PaC ducahs prominent society lad 9 and matrons have Interested th lnselvea Jh tho matter air Lleb has given tbo move his hearty enc ragonlel1t- and hiss offered his office for the modttt- ttIng place andi will himself assist In tftp organizing of tho association Any who desire to Join and cannot attend the first meeting can t lo phone their names in to Mr Lieu and they will bo enrolled Ono doilara II year Is the cost of membership It 1is hoped that the pall will raectwlth a response worthy of tho cause nnd indications of the Interest loll in their alma mater by all former grades Mr Oscar Roraso has returned to Memphis Tenn after visiting his parents Str and MW George ROUBCV of North Fpurth sfrcet- Captala lRobert D Morrow olt Dan ville Tenn ds In the cityVCapt E R Dutt the tie man 13 In the city V Miss Elizabeth GOurloy or Bdnton will arrive today to visit Miss Gusslo Smith r Mr Charles W Collie of Louis vlllo Is In tho city Ho Is In thellfe Insurance buslncsaatid Was tanfe erred to that irtaco several months agoIMr Clay G Beale of Evansvlllo U In tho city 1 Mfc iltJMr Louis Henrieb rsof of ChI it- go arrived hero yesterday to vlilt his sisters Mrs Lou Herring1 and Mis Lena Hennebergerof South Third streeti tI VMrsTenn Is visiting her srster MrsfT11- C BasketteVMr Joe B Flaach engineer ofTthO ferryboat Bottle Oweny hitS returned from Dawson Springs I iMrs Oliftnles JamosVOr Evansvllle Ind arrived yesterday to viMtVht- sister Mrs plitirle91 Kfgori1 v- Oc rgn Dlckerhs has arrived fro Franklin Ky W1i1ti Bnglntcr ff Rafferty returnedVi from Yckllfte yesterday Sir R J Turnbull ila In flshvlllo Dean on business Alderman W T Miller this morn lag wont to Lou svlllo on business Ho will be back Monday Alderman Oscar forks Who has b en confned to hll home for a few days will be able to be out Monday Mrs B T Cullom and her sister Miss Ruth Benson left atnoon today for Princeton Gracey and Hopklnsi vlUp on n vls t Miss Mattie Smith of Mayfleid Is Visiting in the city Mr and Mrs M J Irowletirof Kewanee 111 are In the city eh route to Knoxville Tenn Mrs T J Newell arrived home list night from a sevoraliweeks vlalb tottrelaUves In Mgsippthijd accompanied by her grandson faster Newell Durilap of Paris lean who will visit here1I1t f 04 j MrBVI N Irvine 9f 5ridnqity Tenn and Mrs G T aaioVnnds- op Bob are vlsltlnytho nliyor Dr R R Winston of Jefferson St 5Ir HC3 Albrhlpuf at MaScld Is at the Palmer t lfjiv Traveling Auditor SJ nuheoot the I C was In thff city last night en foute to Memphis onbitsln s It JuorneyJo GroganiwhoIs AttJtending court at MurIl1YIJnth city today VV n + jDepnty U 8 lfarshalWildl1rowi1 went to Ballard county thli Ornlng OB busUew but willt returH tonljhtt J q i 17 c- J n t i siimsSbm FSt LuIVV rJ-I IIVV i IGrace Episcopal Grace church Rev David C Bright Rector flolr communion 730 a iiu Sunday school tn m Morning grayer and sermon 1045 At this service most of the Easter music will be repeated Evening prayer and sermon 430 Rectors Bible class 430 Monday afternoon Wednesday St Marks day services tit I6Y4G a m No Wednesday nights rvt e until further notice kriiiai EnnJUrnl Rev William Dourquln will preach Sunday morning In German and In English at night The evening sulk Jed is Why Weepest Thou 1 First r08liytorluii The Waters of Lebanon will be Rev W E Caves subject for fore noon while A Wounded Soul will be his theme for discourse at the evening hour First J151ti8t4VRev George Crutcher of Dyers I burg Tenn comes up to preach morning and night at the First Bap tist church by Invitation The con gregation Is urged to hear him I Cumberland lrcl t rlan Rev S II Eshman will conduct a Rally fjay service val ljschurch He desires all menib rsof tne church to be In attendance The rally ceremo nies will be conducted at 930 oclock and 11 oclock In tho mornlngwhlle at 3i oclockl In tho afternoon1 the Juni lor Christian Endeavor Society gathers for Its meeting andat C30 oclock at night the Senior Christian Endeavor meets I Gltnftlo 14utfitan- y Rev A L Uteri Will preach In Ger man firi the morning and In the Eng 1 lish language at tho evening services Third Street Methodist Church The Exalted Privileges and Hon ors for Christian Believers will be talked af morning services by Rev t t Ir Ijefer FieldsI At the evening hour his theme will be The Dangers That jFollbw the Rejection of God =11 ChIrIstiflrThe of Sunday i school and communion at the usualII hours Tenth Street Christ iniu Rev Hudspeth wllll preach onII Some Uetter Thing while at lite evening hour his subject Is to bo Change of Heart Following night preaching a nuniber of onverts will bp baptized by Rey Bass Mistiloit Churches At 230 oclock p m Sunday school services will be held In tho Christian Mission church of Me luil- l o lIcsburg At 3 oclock similar worship Is conducted In the North Twelfth Street Baptist Mission At 230 oclock Sunday school will be con ducted at the West Tennessee Street Methodist Mission while at this place preaching Is held at 330 oclock Mccliancisburgl M1i Sunday school at 915 a nit Class meeting at 11 a m led by O P Powell and Epworth Leag ont 710E p nrf led by GW Smith TfcriA Street Christian RevJ W Hudspeth will preach on SOme B tterThlngs at the morn Ing service while at the Qven1ng hour his subject Is to btf Charigo of heart Following night preaching a number of converts will be btptizedc by Rev L W Bass ANINVITATIONH Otir now exchange hasp been com I IVetedthe public Is respectfully j Invited to visit 4lie operating roqms l between tho hours of 9 amand4ii PTWV Suirdnys excepted 1 lOur switch board Is the most modII ern uptotlate boardln the south and I no oxiicnscllitsbeeh spaVedtQ i cure tho latest Inventions fliti Improve ments1t known tor the telephone art which Is aV guarantee Of rapid ser vice to bur subscrlWSrs WO employ more than 75 ppera tors tOOperatd this switchboard and more than this nuthber of bnior cnir ployeg to maintain lines and Install new subscribers We will take pleasure In showfrig all Vfsifors thVbugh the plant EAST TKXXKSSKB TELEPhONE f c0MVrNYV LyonIts VfP4 At fctrollOtJI Curf It II Waters and Miss Jenniel 1jilpglns of Star Hme Vorksf Ky wont fown on the Fowler today to Metropolis to bo married TheYre turn tonight en route home I Mr and Mrs C L Ferguson of Star Lime i ckVthem1VVVV 45 11 The Japanese Ions of beet last yearII 4i 1 S f Joi1 9 + 4tr- 11 TIPS OVjfillsTREET the painter Old phone 2305 L A LAWLER Pialnter Old phone 2091 f WALIj PAPERURboms cbmplofi 300 and up Pnono 185G L flo- yWNThbA good sobr barbjjri Apply at 1705 Myers street at once HbUSE FOR RENT 2135 Broad wny Apply 213G Broadway HEATING and stovo Wood Frank Levin both phones 437 E P Lady painting and paper hanging Old phOne 2429 FOR JJENT Three furnlsneSa robms Firthnnd Jackson Phono 222 UMBRELLA repairing and cover- Ing neatly done 1084 S Third St ol I WILLIAMS G38Vrhlrd Ptfrnl ture bought sold and repaired fJew phone 900a FOR RENTTwostory brick resi dence corner Fifth and Trimble Ap Vy ta Frank KlrchbS City Bftker V 1 WANtfcD econfihand dash reg lIttor Address Sth and Norton J F hlarth- FOR RENTTwo nice furnished rooms with bath and modern eon veniences Apply 918 Broadway t FOR SALE All my Paducah real estate Best small home bargains In thVUy J af WodnVi WANTED Lady Demonstrators Experienced House to House Must be hustlers and of good appearance Salary D D W care Sun office FOR RENTFive rooms over Kamlelters grocery Apply to hoary Kamlelter i UPHOLSTERING and furniture repaired Called for and delivered Old phone 937r New phone 594 WANTEDTTo buy jslxroora cottage Address stating location and price J L IL care Sun CLEANING and pressing neatly done James Duffey old phone IOIGT j1 I 1 1 BOUGENO BROS Contractor and builders Job and Cabinet work i Phone 1829VI FOR SALEi One good cow also calf flVo months old Phono 15G2 r call at 1207 South Seventh street WANTED To buy all kinds of cat lIe Old phone 334 ring 2 C K Lamond FOR RENT Cottage with modern Improvements located at sir Adams street Apply 48South Sixth street VAfllEVh1to girl to do gen jrnd work private family Apply at 12 32 Jackson street Jms13Vatrsi Sons are ntlll buying fresh mllChcows Anyone having such tot sale ring old Jihont 135741 MONEY TU LdA on any good se curity S T Rafttlle Real Etate and AmericanIGerajin iatiqnalBttnK Bldg WAjNTEDPoatqff by a corpe tenVypuiig lady stenographer Ref brences given Address F this of flco lFOR REm lftern 8room houso all improvements and furnace No 802 Broadway Apply Goo Lang staff Business phone 2G residence phone 308 FOR SLEOneSUrrey good as now for less thin half the cost prleo Apply to p JJ Grlfllth 524 Broadway V IOnSAJES H Power Gasoline Erfglne In good working order Phone 913r J H Dossett Lumber CoV WANTED Fourgcntlemetf boarders Apply Mrs Smith Jalies 414 South TentK WANTED Good cook gOod ages Apply to 0 IL Gregory Vinegar wbrks Eleventh and Kentucky avenue i FOR REMT Room furnished or unfurnished With Ijath and modern conveniences 123 N Seventh street Phone 2107 WANTEDCohored Jarl and wife for general work for fatally of two In Arcadia Old phone C53 In after noons FOR REPUP stairs rooms 7 i j 1 I 4 r a h W4 IN y W 1c 4 SHAVE U C Efi 1 j HARTS HOSE 1l iVl t 1 S iCJ9i i t matter or x adulterating com pound to reduce their lasting qualitiesI i t g i J VV Hose weighted down with j dyes and dirt as is the case j with colored hose wtll not stand theater pressure and r tj the sun e e t c t rI I iffJfi j tr HARTS PRICES ARE LOW ON THE LLVV tv I BEST OF HOSE J a- 1 rt4 GEO 0 HART SONS CO t fotioit 4 Within three blocks of Broadway to gentlemen Old phone C13w WANTED Five lady agents to advertise and solicit Salary or com mission Apply room G Yelser Bldg 110 51 Fifth St WANTED 100 laborers and 10 teams for sewer and street work Mondayr morning 4th and Kentucky Ave Robertson Gardner WANTEDlfwo solicitors Call Monday B11V Dooriv Co 1104 South Thtfd street WANI1EDTWo I furnished rooms near Third street or Belt lino car hinAddress LA care Sun 1hhohtdbourdera wanted jot North Third streett I i 7 FOR SALE fEasy terms 3 ndw hollies In XorthvleW addition near 12th street car line W D Grcor 527VBrdway STORE ROOM FOR RENT No 20C South Third street recently occupied by Gainer Bros furniture store Newly repaired sewer connections Apply to S A Fowler FOR BENT My rahlenco 315 South Second St 9 rooms hall front side and bugle porches desira ble for boarding house Apply Mrs Anna Kennedy GEORGE MCpRMACK Uphol ierlrig General repairing Crating a specialty corner ifhlrd and Adams ewlphonQTlO25 Old phone 159r CONTRACTOR WEIKEL Mason ry and concrete work a specialty Olrice 12G South FburfuPhone 490 Residence phqne 1237 Prompt at tentlon on ali estimates J E MORGAN blacksmith 409 3 Third Old phono 457 Superior work guaranteed Exclusive agent for floro stpne side wire tires the beat rubber tlrej made SiECJAtVSAIjEt ON Tennant Ifouso Paper Parlor and DinIng Room Patternst db per roll lit itear fadticaiMiC Stor9 428 Br6adwa Phbno 772a Sanderson Mg- rVANTEDlo I know the address of Miss Lizzie Stanley iformerly with the Stanley show Any information win iCo recelveJ at this bfllco John0 Stanley i WANTED That picture to en large or frame Pictures called for and delivered Prices nnd terms to ititAll work guaranteed B R iiO m Co 1104 South third street NOW phone 380 COOK WANTED First class White cook for family of two at once Wages J per wiiekv No washing or IrnTris toVdec Apply to Dr IJrank Boyd Fourth and Broaiiftyin per son or by phone Not 238 ft WHO dortt want to fence his lot with posts that last Black locust mulberry and catalpha posts at the same prices as sawed posts Address ArJtchon klaxons MHt pr phono D A Meachara Both phones 358V Vi AI f tVt 9 r Vr9VVVtt fW WANTED Gentleman or lad41V 4 With good reference to travel for firm of 2500000 capital Salary 107200 per year and expenses paid fljeokly and expenses advanced Ad dress with stamp J A Alexander E Paducah KyVV31 WANTED FOR U S ARMYAblo bodied unmarried men between ngcs of 21 and 35 citizens of the Unlttf States of good character and temperate jhabits wbo can speak road i i I and write English Pdrlnformatlo apply U Recruiting Olflcor New RJchmbnd House Paducah Ky Th Paliiur Dlrtncr frf ifFilinrmnlCnti at dinner tomorrow night frbltf z 6108 oclock f Canape a In Russe jtIUle ifCelery 9IVcs Rndlsiies k Puree of Toriiato ConsomnieV4 Prlntaniere Broiled Poirfpario Venltlan Potatooaf Victoria Oyster Pitta am ReineVI Flllt of Beef Washington Now String Beans Creamed Sf4w Potatoes Sweet Dread croquette Wlthnow lCaL Now Asparagus on toast v Slberldn Punch 4 Sugar Wafers Roast young chicken Bread sauceVComblnallbri Salad Frenchr i DresaingVRed cherry roll Nectar sauceV 4VStrawberry Ico CreamG loVI Fantalse JIlacarbonea Angel Food French Kisses Edam Camembert Cheese Toasted Crackers Cbffeo t VV t iiivestment in Life Insurance Stock ifi The greatest buslnes btV today Why not keep the money at home One of tho companies that has madekfa Worlds Record Is a homo comioI 11lIl1Ieown citythiscompany Is In city thereby improv tInsculatlng amongst you A Nearly Gogoooo ita sent out nf The state yearly Stop the practice You can get a hst lass Investment IIn this proposition Open for afew rIIlays If Interested call W A WIA RD I Exccutlvo Speclal7l j4 Phone 180 0 ttf t I rrn ThA Atm t- 4 VTZ4 A BigdinDe tlslryVUpper Set ofVLower Set of Teeth OOV Gold Shell Crowns 2ik 3 50 GbldFIlUngs 100 UpSlIverFaiu1C1 if itrUo2lS0cThe material above laof tfie best on the market All work gnaMUtcei DR KING BROOKS sSIXTH AND VIOADWAYV EIIMII ps If Jri ii t1e4it SVVi J 1 i lfL jV- J iN r AWWL 1 PADIrOAIIlErcJLTnin BU1tM ANOTHER BIG PURCHASE OF ELEGANT MILLINERY STYLISH1 1 r + WEEKy a r tROFIT by this stores methods of buying and selling honest reliable merchandise at ttne lowest prices that can be quoted The big purchases small ft a quick sales and increasing business of this store means somethingbetter values better stocks and better service Here you will find the new dress goods the new silks the new wash goods etc Many of them are exceptional value Come seer finger compare and you will buy before leaving 1 tr tII d 4 L HIGH GRADE WASH DRESS GOODS AT LOW PRICES USUAL opportunities await you in our Dress Goods Department We have bought more largely than ever before We offer bigger varieties and quote lower prices These offerings give you an opportunity to buy wash dress goods at considerably under their real value It will certainly pay you to look here br wash dress stuff We have it in an endless variety We await you II I tfrbo r s Department StoreY HALF StreeIFROM I I A + SAN PRAJpCO IS GRATBFOL INDEED TofI r ew r V I Reesew CHy iJuildfni 8 J t t the Peopled Are Determined to Re t stars Chief Port on the i JPacIHc J I31AY n SCMJTZ TO ROOSEVELT San Francisco April 21Mayort Scmltz has sent tho following tp President Roosevelt The generogs contribution of 1000QOO from the federal government 4forthe relief ofthe destitute citizens received and deeply appreciated Ther people are overwhelmed by your gen eioalty + AU this money will be used for relief purposes f Property owners are determined to rebuild aa soop as the fire ceases e Thg city wjll Immediately proceed to provide capital for the purpose of v reconstructing public buildings schools Jails hospitals sewers and of salt and fresh water systems VThe people hope federal govern i ment wall at oqco provide ample ap propriation to build all federal buildings on a scale befitting the Now San Franciscol We are determined to restore to t the nation its chief port on the Pa incv 1 t 4 TO BE HELD AS ARRANGED tt i The eels Fellows Association to Gather Here on the 2fltli p Yesterday a definite decision to have the annual interstate associa tlon I 0 oof celebration here on April 2G as arranged was reached despite the fact that President Joy i inetof Carbondale has authorized a f postponement of the business of the r J 1 I association until May 3 1 Local members of the association say that the arrangements have all been made and the meeting would I amount to the next thing to nothing at all If postponed and that It will t be held here on the 20 The Carbondale officers wanted It postponed because of a shortage In coaches on the I C They can get no excursion trains Alderman Oscar Starks is out af f ter a brief Illness KVERT25 WANTED J n Was Wired TYesterday to Report Here At Opcc1 Fire Chief James Wood yesterday telegraphed to F O Evertz of St Louts to come to Paducah at once tot f t report for the office of city wire and Building Inspector t The aldermarjlc board members Informally agreed to ratify the ap pointment of Fire Chief Wood en 1w dorsing the action of the counclland 1 this wilt make Evertz the Inspector a Chief Wood Is anxious to get to work with the Inspection of new wr Ing Theres a great deal of It being 4 1loneAt Granvllle Mass rats attacked r if sow and lilt her so severely that- eycattleth Inspector ordered her T killed 1 TTEI THAN SPANKING Hlawcto cot care children ol bed wet tIf II It did there would be few children t tW weaMdo st There I cooiUtutlooal eItfIer tbU Mn K Sammen lox 408 rrrNrteald wtllend her home Imt JiD jjjj Shej Mkl rewldrnrrouhteyoulnIke 0 trno J1 j3AI 4 t i QUESTION OF FOOD A GREAT Supplies Coming in Rapidly From All Sections t Stories of the Wreck and Ruins Seen Fiction Instead of Cruel Facts- GOVERNMENT TO THE RESCUE San Francisco April 21The problem now confronting the author ities Is how to feed the multitude Supplies are coming In by train- loads but as yet there is no system In complete working order At the Presidio where probably 50000 people are camped affairs are conducted with military precision Water Is plentiful and rations arc dealt out all day long The people are brave and patient and the wonderful order preserved by them has been of great assistance- In Golden Gate park where are encamped 200000 people a huge supply station has been established and provisions are being dealt out Probably 100000 more people arp camped In the vacant rots and squares scattered about the city and these are the unfortunates that are hard to reach Rend Every Energy Washington AprI121Exery branch of the government service from the president down Is bonding an effort to bring to the earthquake sufferers speedy relief The cabinet yesterday considered the San Fran cisco situation and It was decided Secretary Met calf should proceed to that city as representative of the na tional government amid to consult with the authorities what Is needed to help the distressed It Is realized by one and all that Independently of outside aid the led eral authorities have a duty to perform which to make It count must be performed with all possible dis patch Every available vessel In the vicinity of San Francisco whether it belongs to the navy army revenue cutter service fish commission or lighthouse service has been directed to carry supplies of every descrip tion to the stricken city and render other assistance Officers of tho army of tho Pacific coast and else where have been given Imperative Instructions to ship tents rations medical and other relief supplies Offers of assistance from abroad have been very gratifying to the pres ident but he feels the United States can care for Its San Francisco suf ferers and contributions from for elgn countries will be declined Orders in Bankruptcy r Referee In Bankruptcy E W Bag by this morning lissued two orders In bankrupt cases One was in the case of Walter WUklns and was an order closing the case and referring the action to the judge at Louisville The second order was for a private sale of the stock amounting to about 1400 In the case of Bogard Williams of Birmingham Marshall county Ky i i Serious Accident In Mayfield Mayfield Ky April 21 A serious accident happened yesterday af eruouu The fire wagon was answer ing an alarm when In turning a corner too short John Wallls who was on the wagon was hurled a distance of some 1C feet falling tp the ground so as to be badly hurt lie is believed to be seriously hurt as he jra Jht1 dlns In jwweral ways The wagon turuedoy rf 4fo 0 BRAUTIFUL CITY J NOW BUT MEMORY After Terrible Battle the Fire1 Fiend is Throttled I t Tojlcrlnic Skeleton of ArchitecturalI tIReautyLookon Ilulned amid Devastated City I ACJtRS OF THE DEBRIS IX RIGHT I San Francisco April 21The fire was finally gotten under control late yesterday afternoon The city of the Argonauts Is now nothing but a memory Through the red haze of a thou sand fires slowly dying for want of more fuel to devour and heaps of embers the tottering ghosts of Its once magplficent architectural beauty look down on a ruined anSI devastated city Between sunrise Wednesday and sunsetastevenlng qycry great Mock III San Francisco lined with grand business buildings and ornate dwellings has bern destroyed by a soaring hell of flame that has raged uninter ruptedly for sixty hours eating Its way from the ferry station westward and spreading north and south in its onward march Ashes stone brick and gnarled and twisted girders of steel remain to tell of the fearful uneven strug gle of man against the unconquerable elements of nature Acre after acre and mile alter mile has been ground into debris In the heroic perseverance of firemen thou sands of volunteers soldiers and po lice to limit the scope of the conflag ration It has Joan a terrible battle but tho odds wore with the fire fiend i All night Thursday tho losing fight continued until the firemen dropped exhausted In the street still clinging to the nozzles which they refused to desertIt not until the sun was set ting In the West last evening that the fire fighters gained the ascendancy with the probability that onequarter of the city lying west of Franklin street known as the Western Addi then ndrthward to the Presidio will be saved The island made at Van less ave nun was generally successful the fire crossing that avenue to the west in but few places wont BEGINS MONDAY Contractor to Push Stonn Sewerage On Kentucky Avenue 1 iWqjrk ori the storm water sewer contraction Kentucky avenue will start Monday and all the force pos Bible to secure will he employed by- tooJ contractors Messrs Robertson Gardner Mr George Gardner the subcontractor returned yesterday from Nashville where he had been on bus iness and Is all ready to start the work Monday He stated that ho had notified every laborer possible to so care tq be on hand Monday morning to break ground The work has been po arranged that the gravel will be taken off the streets and dumped Into the sewer excavations after the sewer has been set to make It more compact The street contractors will follow the sewer contrnctors keeping up as fast as the work will permit It is estimated that two months will see tjjo work of laying sewers finished and every precaution against de lay has been taken Baltyplll hook rlth flattery if you ieaffallaywolpea = = r = s1i tl ALL DEPARTMENTS TEEMING WITH GOOD THINGS f t THE Notion Department the Hosiery Department the Underwear Depart me t the Sho Department the Clothing Department and other depart ments are teeming with good things priced to make it to your interest to buy tj everything here It is only necessary that you pay our store a call and you will readily see what mammoth preparations we have made for your patronage North ThirdSQUARE BROADWAY PROBLEM MESSAGES FOR THE GOLDEN GATE Telegrams Are Being Delayed But Are Transmitted Now 1Is Impossible to flakeI Any IHHveries 1On Account of Scattering of People 0 PLACARDS AKK BEING 1O TED Manager Allen of the Postal Tole graph company today received the followingVice nt and General Man ager Wm il Baker makes this announcement y As the newspapers throughout the country ate now receiving and pub lishing all the Information from the Pacific Coast that It Is possible to obtain t The Postal1 Telegraph Cable Co will devote Its entire facilities to ftho sending of Important telegrams for tho relief of the San Francisco auf ferers and toll Its patrons and will not Issiia any further bulletins un less some Important change occurs In existing conditions Owing tp the destruction of San Francisco and the consequent scat tering of its people It Is almost Im possible to nd individuals In San Francisco to whom telegrams are ad dressed and all telegrams are still subject to Indefinite delay This company is however sparing no money or effort to make more effec tive Its telegraphic service We have arranged to open an office at the Market Street Ferry building San Francisco where telegrams for that city will be sent It Is Impossible to make deliveries but we will placard the city annpunc ing the opening of this office and requesting anyone expecting telegrams to Inquire there for them The same course will bo pursued at Oakland with all telegrams which can not bo delivered i f- May Take Over time New Itlchmonri Jaa Jennings and J R Jennings of Evansvllle pro In time city today and will probably close a trade this afternoon for Col Bud Pales lease on the New Richmond House and his furniture The Messrs Jennings have been In the hotel business In Evansville for years and have only recently sold their place there Mrs SA Hill Of 1112 S Fourth St Is the lucky lady of Paducah and gets a beautiful 500 piano for only 202 being the highest bid opened at 10a m SaturdayApril21 At the PADUCAH MUSIC STORE 42Ly NATURAL CAUSES JVAS TilE MAXXEIl OF DEATH OK JOHN WKIIKIt rIJt JI Hltle Wetter ago 37 wife of John Weber a1 fisherman residing In a house hpatjat the mouth of Clarks herdeathoner today no lphysician having been in attendants at the time of domlRQ Tho woman had been ill for some time butt Wolf Jble to bo up and working about the boat Yesterday she has seized by a smothering spell and her husband became frightened and rah to a neighboring house boat toslimmon aid Whoa he returned with several jvomen and a male OP two she gasped once or twice and passed away She rained tolbo unconscious and did not speak after the attack soiled her Blood ran from her mouth and her face became discolored leading the ether fishermen to become suspicious of foul play but the coroners Inquest disproved this A Jury was summoned this morn ing and the matter thoroughly Investigated The husband and ono of the children testified as to the death I GREAT BOOKS AT LITTLE PRICES tSt Rltno 60c The Virglnl n 5Oc Man On the Bo60cT-he Cost 50c Helmet or Navarre 60c Oraustark 60c Craneycrow HtppJnf Kindred 60cLo The above and a hundred other copyright novels heretofore sold and Remember that have times late copyright novels and sell them prices Harbours Book Departmentssj and this supplemented exam ination and opinion Jeff Ip Robertson caused the Jury to return a verdict that the woman came to her death from natural causes Verdict the jury empaneled to In quire death of Mlttlo Weber whose body lies before us after examining body and hearing evidence find that sho came to her death on April 20th at 12 oclock m In McCracken county and further find that her death ttlio result of natural causes Signed J B ROBERTSON C site 60e The Quest of M Hit lie 6pc pf the Wild Robert 4 r 0c- H I Were King at St 25 Si 50 now go at 500 we at all all the we at cut by the of Dr The We Into the now the the was RSIIGUS IlOGI I JKM HIJjDItBTH G A CHANDLKR 1 n T SMITH 1JTho woman was born In Perry county Ten and married In he early youthShe came with her has band from Hlckman county down time Tennessee river last week She ItavtJIseveral children besides hr husband The body was token charge of by tho coroner this morning and burled In the county grave yard iRnhcMth for The Man SAN FRANCISCO FIRE LOSS IS SECURED BY STRONG COMPANIESif t yt i j i SEE TELEGRAMSI t Chicago 111 ApriJ 21 1906 TofHummel Bros Paducah Ky I E If San Francisco is wiped out the Continental loss cannot exceed two and onehalf million dollars AfterI paying our losses we will have at least fifteen million dollars of assets left If we lose two and a hill r million dollars many other Companies will fail Put your good business in the Continental The safety fQnd law under which we operate and have special funds on deposit ProLktclt esshoua burn Henry Evans r v President Continental Ins Co J t Chicago Ill April 21 i1906i To Hummel Pros Agts Paducah Ky Our Company financially sound Will promptly payI all loss in cash Germania Fire Ins Co v New Orleans La April 21 1906r Hummel Bros Agents Paducah Ky h Our 1oss about half million dollars Hardly touched us Mil lions left for other conflagrationsJ German Ins Co of Freeport i 1 lf t I Milwaukee Wis April 21f1906 rv Hummel Bros Agents Paducah Ky Our San Francisco loss about four hundred thousand v Pay same out of IiP V 9 t will not be affected V 1 2 Northwestern National Ins Co- M Y Jo s i J r 1 f Insured With HUMMI3LBRJSeauJ I a A1t 2 e il elr iris V1 i 111 a v u J rjj pt 1 fit A c SHE PSDUQliirr EVENING su1 AIVAPIUCSf T 11rttCJ 11 I 40t 1 7 We Pay Death Los4ses rf ki tf II Same Day Proofs Received i k The Greatest Record for Pirompt Payment Ever Madet tL c M t I rr Karl Fritz Covington Ky Paid February 16 06 5 00010 t oJ t I 1 41JrrI I II 3- Ar Rev John S Cheek Paducah Ky t J I Paid April 11 06 5 000t t f l I v s I I James U Calloway Eminence Ky ih 7 Paid Jauary 19 06 1 4 lo oor 0 1 Sr- II f W S7h J If CUi i CG A C Steber Louisville Ky Paid March 3 0- 65ac3czto 1 1 u I H II e r i I Citizens Life I IInsurance I T 1 i CompanyJ I W eTi pO Fresident Citizens IMBuilding LOJJJ5VILLEh v l fi rIJ 1- i ji rrSU J0 t D mE OCJdHlf C Bwvtvn B1mtJ or MrORDAt APWt JU 1trj r nl J 1 1111I n- f z aimGERMAN BAUD 1 9 l f uzr h t ri1ftfa W Wtri Defeat Locals at The I yLor v i yM Qo e t o W+ie DopeWien Indians Scorned to Have Gone to Slcop lOre liX maturely ut t t u= A AT IT AGAIN THIS APTBRXOON t iJ II The Paducah IndlansKltty league and Evansville Germans Central league met In battle royal at Wai o feice park yesterday afternoon Pa iticah had the game clacked until ihe eighth inning when Ames who fad succeeded Wllgus waa touchedi- 1 tap for five hits and five runsall made fcp quickly that the fans hardly knew 114 had been dose Thei gusts was welt f tie quarry of the Indians until the n Bigrstiller finished from the eighth int f fclng with one man ontind allowed Bo hits His work was good but was kot followed by any hitting on the- parCof the Indiana the fans left the grand stand feeling that Wllgus anight have won out hA be been lef- tJ t t st The Indians did ikelrwofkla the lore part of the game while the vis itors did not score until the last three Innings The Indians played bard and a little unsteady It could 11 Ttalclearly eeen however that the fisher had worked together a great i ieal longer than the Indians having the advantage of team work How It Was Donen PAducah 1st inning McClain walk cw and went to second on Braslus bad throw to Long Taylor missed three but made safe on passed ball through Fullers hands and stole second Wetzels single was long enough to count McCIan and Tay lor Haas singled to center but his flora legs caused his delay In reach t I Ing the sack and Donohue threw him ut QrpgoryagrouHdqr was passed to itLong by Qulgly Two runs k Paducah 2nd inning Perry walked Connors bunted in safety Perry stole third while Long and his team Snates slumbered Wilgus clattered tone at Long and Perry beat the ithrofr tot1epate Wllgus Qut teal fjog second McClaln drove into Free afK4Hl ffajjojr bouocedoiro- egatasL4 Ffeemdrs legs w1l h was gassed to Long r H Paducah 3rd inning Miller out Freemer to Long Wetzel walked F r thirdrlConn rs two bagger away out past 51tyanaBd DoHahusaninled all hands I Longfhree1L t Evansville i Evansvllle 7th inning The earth quake at Wallace park was opened by Quigleys single Sager doubled IPala singled sad while Taylor and Miller booted lhe balll Quigley and Sager counted When Perry threw ovei Haas head Donahue was safe if Ryan was out by clever scheming D of Wilgus who stalled Pain back Atothe sack and then handled to Haas Jn time Freemer struck out Long out Perry to Haas Two runsI r Evansvllle 8th toning Ames arrives in thotboL Watson started by singling Braslus was safe on Perrys fumble Quigley waited and walked r Sager singled hard then before the i rtotftrlng was over Pain doubled Donahue singled Ryan singled Freeme 6u to JTaylor Long drove r tone straight to Perry Five runs and ripe game tidal Score Padacah JTi abr bh pc a e McClaln If i 31 0 1 1 0 u Taylor cf 6 10 401antler rf 4 0 0 1 0 Q Wetzel 3b 311 1 2 0 I jjlau lb 41 111 1 0 Canary 2b 4 0 0 1 4 0 Perry sa i 2 2 2 2 3 1 Conners c 40 2 5 0 0 Wllgus p 3 0 0 1 10 ti DRUG QUALITY l litre M0ngs ml Prigs ul Brags i t yourbhttlei then we vouch for the drug 9unlitY Itwo1lbe a pleasure to get bettc acquainted with you 1 SMtfl NAGEL Dru lrta- r IJ T J ly ex p GO 0 0 0 0 ltw0 0 if r 4 =jTotal i33 C C 27 12 2Evansvllle ab r bh po a e Quigley 0s + + 4 S 11203ager 31tt n 4 i 2 1 0 0 Palarf 4V i 2i 1 j 0 Donahue cf r 41 I Q 0 91 Ryan If 401000Preemer 2b 4 0 6 3 6 0 Long Ib 40 0 13 00Fuller c 201210Watson c 2 1 Z G 0 0 Braslus p 4 0 0 9 3 1a Total 3G Tli27 13 1 In 1 2 3 4 u C 7 89r h e Pad 2130000006C 2- Evans0000002O91Earned runs Evansvllle 2 three base hits Perry two base hits Con ner Sager Rain stplen bases Tay lar Wetzel Perry Conners Dona5 hue Brasslus double plays Haas to Gregory left on bases Paducah G Evansville 3 passed balls Conners 1 hits off Wilgus 4 one being a double off Ames G one being a dou ble struck out by Wilgus 4 Braslus 9 banes on balls off Ames 1 Braslua 5 time of game H40 scorer Rolls ton umpire Ed Grlffln Wllgus pitched seven Innings Miller finished from eighth inning with one man out anjl the core standing 7 to C In favor of Evansville Diamond Pnst Freeman and Llmbloom for Evansville Bralilc and South for Padu- cah will be tomorrows pitchers jl p Miller and Hedges will work for the locals today Chief Lloyd has wired Nash yule for a catcher to report at once Perry played star ball yesterday He got one error a wild throw af ter a sensational stop Perry had eight chances Ollllgan was sore In the legs and hips yesterday and out of the game The Indians did some big league baseball playing yesterday The Evansvllle bunch says Padu cah has The Vlnccrines aggregation beaten a country block It has been said that tho drum was the first musical instrument In use but how anyone djscovered that It is a musical Instrument is still a mysteryy Chicago News ANNOUNCEMENTSILLINOIS The Illinois Central maintains Double Dally Service and operates the best of trains with Dining Cars BuffetLibrary Cars Chair Cars and Sleeping Cars from Chicago St Lou Is Cincinnati arid Louisville south tc New Orleans The best road for reaching the Winter Tourist resorts o the South including XEW ORLEANS VICKSnURG GULFlOUT MISS HAMMOND IiA Mardi Gras at New Orleans Feb 27 DC Gulfport Ilg a Mexican Gulf Coast resort having the new fine Great Southern Hotel Regular ocean steamship sailings from Now Orleans for Mexico Central America Panama Vest Indies and Europe Send or call for descriptive matter in regard to the above IIAVANA VIA NEW ORLEANS Havana Cuba is best reached via the Illinois Central through service to New Orleans and thb now ocean liner twin ecro y nlneteenknot 88 PRINCE ARTHUR leaving New Orleans every Wednesday at 400 p m and arriving at Ha vana at sunrise Friday morning HOT SPRINGS ARK FLORIDA Dally Sleeping Car without change Chicago to Hot Springs with con nections at Memphis from Cincin nati and Louisville Through Dixie Flyer Sleeping Car Lino St Louis to Jacksonville via Nashville Chattanooga and Atlanta MEXICO CALIFORNIA Special Tours of Mexico and call fornia via the Illinois Central and New Orleans under the auspices of Raymond Whitcomb will leave Chicago Fridays Feb 2nd and Feb 23rd for Mexico and California the last to include a stopover at Now Orleans for the Mardi Gras jjntiro trips made in special private vests bule trains of finest Pullmans with dining car servlc fascinating trips complete In overy detail Illinois Central Weekly Excursions to California Excursion cars through to Los Angeles and San Francisco as follows Via New Orleans and the Southern Route every Friday from Chicago overy Tuesday from Cincin nat and Louisville via Omaha and the Scenic Route every Wednesday from Chicago Full Particulars concerning all of the above can be had ofngpnts of the Illinois Central and connecting lines or by addressing cither of the under signed JOS DIGGS D P Aa Cincinnati F W HARLOW D P A Louis ville JNO A SCOTT A G P AlIeon Phis IX An1K H HANSON PTX cbie go ii UlJi YI1FQIIIttfigGJ tQ1L tBIT OONGRBSS GIVEN ATTENTION IiviRepu- blican f iU ilJ i Leaders Predict a Certain Majority Cannon Would Like jo See Snug Maj V Jorltjr llatlicr rhan Un u veildly One 41 I DEMOCRATS CAX DO LITTLE Ie f Washington Cor Chicago Tribune There are a good many distin guished gentlemen ut the capitol nowadays who aro In a serious frarneiot mind regarding the result of the congressional elections next November It Is the one subject which Is being discussed dally both in republican and democratic cloakrooms The late of big anon 13 at stake in more than one way and the game of politics Is being played on the floor of the house with the sole Idea of securing some advantage for either side which may determine the com plexlon of the next house of repre sentatives Thisis an off year measured by thet presidential standard There easily mlght be a reversal of form Jn the house without shaking the Rooe volt administration In any particular way but It would have an Immense Influence upon at Jeast two dlstln guished patriots at the south end of tho capitol to say nothing of the members whose scats are involved Uncle Joe Cannon today Is easily next to President Roosevelt himself the best known and probably the best liked man In the country Yet it the republicans should suiter a reverse at the election in November and the democrats should regain control of the house of representatives Uncle Joe In spite of his years and his honors would have to step down from the speakers chair where he has been such a picturesque figure and In his placeywould be seated a little bundle of wires from Missis sippi known as John Sharp Williams Usual Bogy for Republicans Just at this time In every long session of congress between presidential elections the party In power gets Into a blue flunk as to the prospects of success This perhaps accounts for the tact so many well known re publlcanft are anxious about the result this year They do not go so far as to say the republicans art likely to lose the house but therels scarcely an Important member on the republican side who does not shake his head In ominous fashion when the election 1is talked over Some even have urged the passage of Important legislation at this ses sion of congress on the ground that democrats may secure control of tht next house That would too of course only negative power but tho democratic managers would be abler to dictate legislation just the same An administration cannot be successful from a purely governmental standpoint unless it Is backed up by a good working majority of both houses of congress If the democrats should secure control of the house they could not pass any of their own measures but neither could the republicans Control of the house is indlspens Ible to the successful framing of appropriation bills Besides that xc publicans could originate no great measures on which they could appeal to the country in the next presiden tial election and they would have to share the honor of any legislation with the democratic house of repre sentatives Lesson In Last Election All tho old heads in the republican part firmly are convinced they had a little too much of a good thing In the last presidential election The un bounded popularity of President Roosevelt resulted In a perfect tidal wave so far as the house of repre MR W B M- cPHERSON has secured the ser vices of Mr Edward Dobbins a soda water expert of Syra cuse N Ye Mr Dob bins comes highlyi 1 recommendedand has assumed charge of the Soda Water Department to t in13entattVes tncakgr ssdiitlr7hebf republicans from normal democratic districts The result has been to embarrass Speaker Cannon and the republican leaders bya topheavy majority ri here JiM been more downright par ity rebellion and independent action ifh the Fiftyninth congress than ever before Democrats have been few int numbers and for that reason have presented a compact front Repub deans overflowed numerclally and it has been found absolutely impossible ytpv inforce discipline Again and gHnln spite of the personal love of members for Speaker Cannon and in defiance of tho influence of the ad ministration itself a large section of republicans has defied the party caucus and refused to bo bound by the decision of the leaders Insurgency in the house of representative has become the fashion and on any I ono of a half dozen important measures i tho administration and the speakers personal cabinet have been beatent to a standstill by a combination between these Insurgents and democrats Largo Majority Umvleldly This condition of affairs Is almost Inevitable when any party Is too suc cessful in congressional majority Without tho stimulus of a narrow majority members of the dominant party always lag from the ranks and refuse to obey the orders of the general iu command Uncle Joe Cannon more generally 1 Is beloved In the house than any speaker wlio baa been there for a generation He Is wise sagacious and tactful H6 knows how to be tyrannical at the right time and generally lenient when It suits his purpose Yet on the statehood and Philippine tariff he has been unable to hold the house permanently It has brok en away from him repeatedly and significantly and there is probably nothing Uncle Joo prays for oftener and louder than that tho congres sional elections next November may return a republican majority of not over ten or a dozen at the outside In tho flit elghth congress the country was still thrilled with the death of McKinley and the accession of Roosevelt Bryan had been beaten twice the country was Immensely prosperous Roosevelts popularity was beginning to make Itself felt and it was only natural that the republican should carry the house in 1902 Then their majority was only 30 as compared with 112 now and yet in the last congress Speaker Can non and the other republican leaders felt they were at the danger line and had more nlOlIftfisthan they Unew what to do with In figuring on the prospects of democratic control of the house of representatives the conservative men In the cloakrooms eliminate the results of tho last congressional elec tions entirely and go back to 1902 as a basis of comparison That Is to say they take the republican majority of thirty members in the Fifty eighth congress as the normdl republican strength under favorable conditions and with the present ap portloliment 1 CANAL TYPE i e MAY UK FFECTFn BY TilE SAN FitANpiSCO QUAKE II Advocates of Sea Level Plan Contend Seismic Wave Would Destroy Lock ilitcli tr t iNew York April 21Thk4 the earthquake at San Francisco may play an important part in the deter mination of the typo of canal to be constructed at Panama is the expec taken of many senators Advocates of the construction of a sea canal find In tho California catastrophe a strong argument against the proposed summit level project which IB heavy masonry and locks and with the great dam at Gatun which even under tho most favorable conditions many engineers do not consider feasible- It is recalled that In the testimony given before the senate committed some of those who have advocated the Jock canal were Questioned close ly regarding the possibilityl of severe earthquakes upon the isthmus of Panama and Gen George n Davis made comparison of conditions on the Isthmus with those at San Fran cisco arguing that there was ni more reason to anticipate an earth quake at Panama thannt tho Califor nia metropolis That such an earthquake as San Francisco has Just experienced would do Infinite damage to a lock canal Is conceded even by thoso engineer who favor the lock type and it la also conceded that wbjle such an delltroil the sea level project the canal itself would not be Injured and the damage would be small as compared with the t t andheayyjnasoary10 tfti Ooi ATE THEIR DEAD JlliPNATEJ ftvfat Experience of rcl1orr Cart d more From c WrfCc The British war sloop Nautilus sailed from the Dardanelles In tho early part of 1807 and was wrecked on tho island of Cerlgotto In the Greek archipelago Tho crew reached lam by climbing over the mast which bad fallen toward the shore The vessel steadily broke up and the trot found themselves upon n strange and inhospitable whore In a sdl and pitiable condition DayH passed and a famine was upon them In nil Its horrible Intensity One survivor wrote of that memorable wreck The position of those upon the Island was rendered all the more unendurable by fife sight of so mnnyllfolesH bodies of their shipmates being lashed by the seething surf while the forma of some of their companions In misfortune wore ntlll writhing In the agonies of dissolu tion A boat came within hailing distance on the third day after tho wreck It was observed to be filled with men In the costume of European seamen but after having taken a survey of the fam ished seamen they rowel oft with nil possible speed to their ship The In creased misery which such heartless conduct occasioned to the sufferers was mx FAnrr MADE A JIRAI OIMIUUAX- ILEStl terrible to behold On tbc fourth morn iiUJ after the wreck the snu shoue out upon the HUrvivoa for the first time since the calamity but the day wore away wltjioat succor raving reached us Hour utter hour passed and the men glared wllli greenly eyes upon the theiof Inordinate bungrrAs the day advanced famine overcame their natural repugnance to the loathsome diet and after a prayer to heaven for forgiveness of the act the party made a meal of hug man flesh After other sufferings too painful b recount Lore a boat did come to the sea cue and so eager were some of the shipwrecked sailors to be taken on- board that they tried to swim out to meet the repcners weak ami famished as they were It is sufficient to add bat out of a crew of 11K Just onehalf tcriaicd Entertaining n ConcdruluK lions wo nil like to entertain them Most of them like to be entertained DiNs of a feather may flock ttogether but Itous rarely enjoy the company of their kind two or a kind never can agree The solitary thrush sings alone A lion Is like that sort of bird I have seen more than one dinner party spoiled by the multi pllcUy of lions at the table Tho lion likes to have the floor to himself lIe Is always In better humor when there Is no other to dispute It with him When you have the luck to snare a lion remember that ho Is a kingly creature and select your guests with n view to his comfort and pleasure It Is better to Invite lambs to meet a lion than to ash another lion Every circle has Its lambs Maud Howe In Harpers Ba zar rA Ghnnlly Ceremony Mohammedans of the Caucasus have a rcllgiousccrcmony called Chucksce Wucksee It Is a ceremony In which tho fanatics cut and wound thenmoivcs In the following ghastly fashion ac cording to a traveler Each man grasping a UlnJil In his blind brought It up In rout and down on the crown of his bend Almost at every stroke the blood gushed forth and soon one man after another bocauut a stagger lug blood soaked figure iMFlorsheim 1 i i t 4 VI CONSERVATIVE gentlemen find it dif ficult to select suitable shoes among the extreme styles so prevalent today The Florsheim has been especially designed for purposc J refinement of the Florsheim are unexcelled For comfort they are all that is requiredII The workmanship is second to none and the price is within the reachof every one i They come luaul leathers and styles A complete line is now on show LENDLER LYDON 309 Broadway Paducah Ky t w A 1 MYSTIC SURINERS EXCDRSIOI I To LOS ANGELES Why not join the party One fare for the round trip to Los Angeles or San Francisco Tickets will be on sale April 25 to May 5 inclusive Final Limit July 31 1906 t 4 Choice of routes liberal stopovers Cheap side trips to practically every point of in terest en route Exact rate from your home town on request I 6EO H LEE Gen Pass Agl Little Rock Ark 1 P S WEEVER Tray Pass Agl Nashiille Tenn i I W P PAXTOK R RUDY P PCRVHARAi President Cashier Cashier- r 1 r Citizens Sayings BanK Capital If If S 100000 Surplus 50OOO Stock holders liability If 1OOOOO Totall security to deposltors5250 000 Accounts of individuals aud firms solicited We appreciate smart as well as large depositors and accord to all the same courteous treatment IJt Interest Paid on Time Deposits Open Saturday nights from seven to eight oclock Third and Broadway au I Bicycles Bicycles 1906 Models Ready for Inspection The Tribune Rambler Monarch and Imperial Wheels are still in the llead Before buying it will pay you to see these fine models We can save you money and offer them with the conviction that they are the best Bicycles that Brain Skill and Capital can produce We sell on easy payments Large stock Tires Pumps Sundries Etc at right prices Old wheels taken in exchange Repair shop In full blast THE OLD RELIABLE WILLIAMS BICYCLE CO 126128 North Fifth St Next to Kentucky Theater It Subscribe For THE SUNw1 tht Closing Out Our Hardware Department 4 WE WILL SELL AT COSTI l M Anything in our Hardware department General line of Hardware Tinware Graniteware GalvanizedVare Ice0Cream Freezers Lawn Mowers and everything in our store r E REHKOPF SADDLERY cM4JL J ==0 i7 = Z w jI jHI = roq iwrPwTrli I u 3 SU1r r t s 11TUn dYAtIIiL2t r 0Jj t r J JFRISOOS HORROR PROBABLYGRBATBST tr Summary of The Greatest Dis f asters Known to History la Omit CoiilliiHratloiis HtRlii With iVhiiHctloii of trillion In JUI2 f xo iuqoiu AS TO CHINA Among the great disasters record ill Iu history there have bern tow In whhiii earthquake and flro combined to destroy life and property ns in San FraricliTco Volcanic eruptions have been frequent accompaniments of earthquakes and In the recent catastrophe around Naples have been Responsible for great destruction but there Is no parallel to bo found for r tho calamity which descended upon t the pity of the Golden Gate There nntur worked With a vengeance first overthrowing the buildings and then making fiitllo the efforts of man to subdue tho llamoa which attacked the ruined structures Tho great conflagrations or history recorded In the order of theIr Impoitanco begin with tho dcntruc tlon of London In 1212 and Clio loss of thousands of lives In 1GGC Lon don was again burned and thousands more of lives wore lost In 1779 n conflagration In CotiBlnntlnoplc cans ed the death of 7000 perrons These 1 1three great tiros were without rivals In thplr extent until tho Chicago fire of 187111n which 2121 acres wore devastated mino buildings reduc cdtb ashes 200 llvos lost nod 08 000 people made homolpss The IJnltlmnrO fire In 1004 swap away SO blocks covering 110 acres and destroyed property valued tu t more than JGO000000 A firo in San Franctwo In 1S51I leveledl 21500 build tugs chiefly small framo structures and scores of persons wore burned to ilbnlh Another city that practi rally was wiped out was Troy NY which burned In 1802 with consid erable loss ofjlfo Another disastrous I Ore 1Jdllod 2000 persons In 1SC3 nt Santiago Chid- Considered v from the standpoint olives f liost however the Iroquois tho Ir fiII llIcao l cclii6ci J1903 ranks ns tho most destructive in tho historyor this country and has no equal In Its horror elsewhere In this awful dlfaslor C52 lives were muffed out in a few minutes with but slight damage to tho theater Vest to this tire reckoning Jls nllelulln loss of lives was the burning of Con ways theater In Brooklyn N Y Do cembur 5 187C when 2BO persons porl bell In tho fiamoi In 1811 on the tiny after Christ neap during n performance In n the aterot Itlchmond Va a flro started t which caused the death of 70 per sons among them bolnfr tho gover norof the state George W Smith Only two IEuropean theater fire np- proaehtIn their disastrous cunso quenccs the Iroquois theater horror On December 9 mi S7B lives were lost In tho burning of the fling the ater In Vienna In the same year be theirilvodutter InSt Petersburg irest ofJllsteryIn the5rcatrecorded ns follows 1212 London destroyed by fire and thousands burned JICCC London again destroyed with similar loss of lira 1729 Conflagration In Constan LAZY LIVER hlIhnuawlUtorpldlskingCuuretel I shell cerUlnlr reeqmmend them to or rliodi u tits best medicine I hare ear seen- gnha BtilBel Oiboro JUU No I fall BlTirM n OestFor The Dowels I c 1 Dv CAMARTIC Bond1etJud Cupaereidr Sterling Remedy Co Chicago or NY Sol ANNUAL SALE TEN MILLION IOXES URyn- 11M ii- al i teurelr- Mwa Mua1 rnErAIISCatslrrC3tletlMStllr MEN AND WOMER mgeJforuboeturardlcbargel lrritatlea r ululeiloa of rauoouc nmbran ralolo4a and not ulrlagent or polonoe IIffol by OrurclaU wrapyJrbyrjk fir a b whim ttrl tlnopto bUIJQd7000pclmns ISZ6Forest fires In New Bruns wick killed ICO persons 1808 Scores burned at Charles tpn S C 1842 Fire burned 100 persons at hamburg Qermany 184C Flro destroyed 70 In Que bec1850Thirty lives Iqtit In Phila delphiaISfil Twentyfive huiulrcd build Inca burned at San Francisco With scores of pc6plo klllca- 1SC2 Troy N Y dcstroycdwlth large loss of life 1863Two thousand persons per- Ished by fire at Santiago Chill 18CC Portland Mo party de stroyed with scores burned 1871 Onefourth of Chicago burned 1C8000 00 worth of property destroyed and hundreds of lives lost1871Forest fires in Wisconsin nnd Michigan killed 1000 1872 SixtyJive acres of Boston buildings Including business portion at city burned loss 75000000 1881 Lehmans theater In Vien nn burned and 87G lives wore lost 1881 King theater In Vienna burned and 8711 lives were lost 1881 Lehmans theater St Pe tersburg burned with GOO to 700 lives lost 1882 Ncwhall houso fire In Milt nulee 140 killed I1802 Six hundred buildings burned and 15000 persons mAdo homeless at St Johns N V loss 200000001597Iarls France charity ba zaar In a temporary building burned 13 killed DOOWlndsor hotel nro In Now York burned 80 persons IDOOIFlro at HOboken N J killed 300 1902 Twenty blocks at Paler son N J burned loss 10000000 lDOaSlx hundred and fiftythree lives lost In tho Iroquois theater fire Chicago 1001Eighty1 blocks burned In Ilaltlmorc loss JfiO000000 havotfire andthoti sands of lives lost from time to time but statistics of the disasters ns a rule havo not been kept Xu Itiillroiil Passes in France K verybodys Magazine With tho pass bribery nulsanco France deals In sUm nary fashion Railroads have no chance to win the good will of French deputies nnd sen ators b errb1lawThis tho government compels the railroads to furnish Then tho gov ernment deducts for the pass 10 francs a month from tho pay of tho senator or deputy The railroads get thatgperformance Tho passes are provid ed to afford the senators and deputies opportunity to acquaint them selves with conditions In tho country nnd every port of Itt Tho president of the republic must bo transported on public business at the expense of the railroads That Is the law and the service entail no kind of obligation on the presidents part Kvon If the companies were to furnish hint with a special train of beautiful cars that would mean nothing because they are obliged to transport him with their best devices anWa7Il ci rJtKSIDKT COXTItlHDTKS Scuds Ills Cliifk for l00 to liedl Cross Society Washington D C April 21Ass- istunt Secretary Chas Hallam keep or of the treasury department and treasury of the National Rod Crust Association has received a cheek for 1000 from President Roosevelt ilK a contribution to the relief of earth quake and tire sufferers at San Fran- cIsco and also one for 500 from Senator P C Knox of Pennsylvania for tho same purpose oooooooooooO 75 FOK TUB IRIS 0 0 TIEST VAUS IN 0- OlmolI 0 O The Sun offers a prize of fIO 0 O crush for tho prettiest yard in 0 O each of the six words of Indu 0O rob the residents within n half O O mill of tho city limits bring 0 O Uofiiiid eligible for the fonksls 0 O Hisides these prizes for the 0 O different wands nil extra prize 0 O of Ir rah will he given for the 0 O prettlpt yard in the city ut 0 O large 0 O Tho Sun offers these prizes to 0 O Htlimilntc nn Interest in hand O O KOiiwynrds 0 O The contests will 1he decided 0 O July loth by it commit to 0 U Indl selected at a llaltTfljiln 0 10 contest and the entries must bo 0 O subscribers of The Sun 0 O 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 Clean up and get ready for spring Take a few Early Illsprs Those 1IYef3lomache h3ouduI a huntvt io purifygosh TheyII telleyekeedaeke wUIeiBI complexion eta Bold by hnai Br d jjjjjjj FARMERS 1NSTITUIE IS A GOOD THING Farmers of County Should Allt Join It And Lend Aid Secretary Coons of llio Commercial Club Ttlls Something of Its flats AN 1XTKKKSTIXG ARTICLE IT IS To tho Farmers of McCrackcn Cot Gentlemen Tho Paducah Corn mercial club which Is composed of practically of all our Important busl npss lnloroata earnestly desires to promote tho best Interests of Pwlu cah and McCracken county The Commercial Club Js not a onq mans institution but all tho business Interests allied with tho Commercial Club have a voice In tho conduct of our work iWo take no quart In Poll tics religion prohibition socialism or any other Ism Wo simply yen t to build up our homo town andcroon ty and to that end wo aro bending every possibly effort and seek you ad and Influence Tho farmers of McCracken county should bo greatly Interested in thh Commercial Club work In fnc every Individual who is Interested In tho progress of this community should bo aHicmbcr and coworko In our Commercial Club Tho Commercial Club proposes to pupli Pa dumh and McCracken coun ty to Urn Jront in a way that will make our city and county second to coo In Kentucky It will certain I Ibo admitted that to double our population and business interests will benefit every Individual in ou ally and county Tho present plant of tho Commercial Club when ear rled pultoa successful conclusion wllMloublp our population and In crease tho value of real estate in Pa ducnh and lcCrlcken county twenty five or thIVty per cent To carr nut thuse plans necessitates consider ablo expense it strong organization in Immense amount of detail work and in nddltlon to this great energy find enthusiasm for tho great thing- we Motto to accomplish for our homo town our home county and our tome people If this is a l1Ud ambition and no man will disput- It then every taxpayer in Oho cite and county should not only bo willing to aid us butt gladly contribute r small amount of tho expense necc sary to carry on tho great work p this Commercial Club and It is n great work the Commercial Club Is doing and proposes to continuo don hi tho Interest of Paducah and Mc Cracken countyt until wo reach the acmo of success In our work Tho Commercial Club has organ Ized tho McCracken County Farmers Institute primarily with tho object of Inducing tho farmers to get to gether anti romblno In an associa tion of brains to develop and work out farming problems in n better way than they liavo heretofore so thin what you produce can bo produced with tho least amount of labor fo securing tho greatest results so that what you produce can ho marketed in car load lots and thus brlnu you tho best possible price for all tilt products of your farms Heretofore you havo been com pelled to tako whatever you coula get In tho local markets becauso of tho fact that you did not produce enough to slip In car load lots to tho great market centers and this condition will continue unless you by concerted action and organization bring about bettor conditions IJvory farmer in McCracken county shoud immediately unroll his namo as a member of tho McCrackcn Ooun ty Farmers Institute and help develop plans ways and means fo conducting your farm work in tho most economical and profitable man nerThis is a flay and ago of organlza ton trusts and combinations ant certainly Mr Farmer you are Justi fled In organizing not in tho sense of a trust but In a way to get the most dollars for your time and labor and tho wear and waste of your land and to dpthts It Is notes labor and tho wear and wasto of your land and to do this it is neces strongorganization made up of your shrewdest and best farmers who will look after your In terest and dovlso ways and moan for tho proper classification of your products and thO rafeliig tied mar keting of same It has been said that the farmers are suspicious of Vhe organlzalon of an insltute fearing that some one wants to profit at your expense This wo think i4 absurd and no BBOwlio gives Tftno sccondthoUgW will iu rcahin Ftine5nsoI vi auclr- deas a- Tk9 MfsCrtckea County Farmers u y w Institute was organized by and with the authority and cooperation of the State Agricultural Department There tla no cost to tho farmers ox coining a small sum for annual dues to carry on the work of your organ zation These dues will not proba bly exccod over one or two dollars per year and as tho benefits to lit derived through a thorough organ zation can only accrue to the organ Izers tho farmers no farmer need kayo any fears of tho results Tho Commercial Club seeks the cooperation and assistance of the farmers of McCracken county no only through tho institute but as In dlvlduals in the groat efforts they are making and propose to continue to make to benefit Paducah and Mc Cracken county and In order thar this assistance may be forthcoming wo are sure It Is only necessary for you to bo familiar with this clubV work to bo always willing to cooperate with us and that you ma familiarize poursclf with tho work of tho Commercial Club and tho oppor tunities for accomplishing great good for Paducah and McCracken county we invito every farmer In tho county to call at our headquarters when in the city and get a supply of our printed matter and talk with the secretary In regard to what IIs being done for Iadiirali trod McCrackrn County und what wo propose to do and then help them along tho work a little yourself by your sympathy and speech and let us nil got to talking nnd working in favor of progress and Improvements In nil things that will tend to making our peopli healthier happier and more pros PorousI Get into your organization either the Institute or the Commer cial Club or both and see tho possl bilities for doing good and benefiting yourself and your neighbors Dont expect the other fellow to do his duty IlInd yours as well Do somo your self You wilt remember tho old saying Rome was not built In a day nor am our organizations perform miracles in a week month or year but by a strong farmers Institute representing tho farmers of tho cotta ty And a strong Commercial organi zation representing tho city working hand in hand and cooperatin- In those things that mean the good of all great results In tho way of building up our town and Bounty in tho way of greater progress greater prosperity and happiness for all ou broughtsabout In such orgfinlntlons thoro is nnmbnpr trueofarmers of McCracken county have great need of organization Dont condemn tho County Institute Join It at onco and see that your neighbors do likewise Put your shoulder to tho wheel and mako a hard effort to have a Strong working organization that can and will 1m provo your conditions that will se cure for you moro dollars for your time nnd labor Yours very truly D W COOS Secretary Commercial Club t ContnliKMl jj OOUOOH in Futids New York April 2LThe Tribune says It became known yesterday that In the vaults of the Union Trust company of San Francisco which have boon blown up bjdynanilto was In all probability the sum of 2000 000 representing the residue of the estate of Mrs Leland Stanford t Dont tic a cough or a cold up In your systems by taking a remedy that bInds the bowels Tako Kennedys Laxative Ioney and Tar It Is bettor It opens tho bowels An Ideal remedy for young and old Chlldroi like It Soldby Lang Broo Perhaps men are as deceitful as Wonen In some things but tthey nev er attempt to transform a yawn Intp smileNOTICE Copy for our next direc tory will go to press Mon day April 16 Notices of changes or additions must be received before this date This direc tory will contain the names and addresses of more than 3000 subscri bers You are commer cially lost if your name is not listed Call 300 Contract Department East Ttnnessee Telephone w Coi pnyS=j iulliIui ONE MANS VIEW OF ILLFATED FRISCO What Iliidyard Kipling Saw In San Francisco llaiil of India 1I1I11KiiKlnnd Acknowledged Ilerd Greatness With d Itelucuuicc- XOW V KtiD OF ASHtiS NOT SAND San Francisco has been pitched down on the sand bunkers pt thoBI kaneer desortwas the sententious comment of Rudyard Kipling when he first saw the city of the Golden Gate on his Introduction to the American continent a decade ago Ills views arc contained In his American Votes About onefourth of It Is reclaimed from the sea The remainder Is just ragged unthrifty sand hills to day pegged down by houses was an aftermath The author of the Recessional spent two weeks In the metropolis of the worlds greatest El Dorado and left It with a bitter taste In his mouth a taste which he placed upon vellum for posterity to read Why did ho write It lie In quired of Dret Hartes gem Serene Indifferent to fate Thou sltlest at the western gate Thou seest the white seas fold their tents Oh warder of two continents Thou drawest all things small and great To thee beside the western gate t There Is neither serenity nor indifference to be found In these parts caustically comments Kipling and evil would It be for the continents whoso wardship were Intrusted to so reckless a guardian The chosen spot of him who like wrotegThe Man wlh the Hoe is charac terized as a mad city Inhabited for tho most part by perfectly insane people whoso women are of remark able beauty Think of it Three hundred white men and women gathered In one spot walking upon real pavements in front of plate glass windows and talking what at first hearing was not very far different from English Is a commentII Caustic to th9 verge of bitterness were other Impressions I found a mighty street he sold full of sumptuous buildings four nod five stories high but paved with rude cobble stones after tho fashion of the year 1 Here a tram car without any visible means of support slid stealthily behind me and nearly struck me In the back That was the famous cable car of San Francisco which runs by gripping an endless wire rope sunk In tho ground And the Palace hotel a seven storied warren of humuiiHy with a thousand rooms in It In a vast mar blepaved hall under tho glare of nnI electric light sat 10 or 50 men and for their URO tied amusement were provided spittoons of Infinite capac ity and generous gape They all spat They spat on principle The spittoons wore on tho staircases and In the bedroom yea and In chambers evcnI morosacred than these They chased blossomedtho bar and they were all used over reeking one of them But the creator of Mowgll after and came to take the San Franciscans for their real worth The gold shows when you scratch the surface he said In speaking of a well known club he spoke of soft carpets and superior cigars and paintings In which the members had caricatured themselves their associates and their aims There was a slick French audacity about tho workmanship of these men of toll unbcndlngthat went straight to the heart of the beholder The men painted as they spoke with certainty In this club were no ama teurs spoiling canvas becauso they fancied they could handle oils with out knowledge of shadows and anat omyno gentlemen of leisure ruin Ing tho temper of publishers and an already ruined market with attempts I to write because everybody writes something these days Kipling winds up his Impression of San Francisco by telling of the cos mopolltanlsm of the city Men of worldwide experience graduates from every university laborers evolv ed Into millionaire senators soldiers of fortune and a reckless conglom oration of types besltiesv which Cal cutta and Bombay sank into Insig nificance brought forth a reluctant acknowledgement Mss Marie Hall the talented young violinist who has returned to Eng landfrom her American tour stuns up Ker Arriorlcari experiences In four worry Iced water hot hotelsii 1 ttTHE VELVET SECRET- IS FREE tO YOUY I THE LONGER THE LESSER A WONDERFULDISCOVERY andpmctkeaprominentVlraintdphyatcAnhawdirovtrdthe1 not mean said the Virginia Doctor to several of his colleagues announcing his iun e- that this la a fake cureall guaranteed to cure every thing rem pimples to paralysis neither do I mean Just another pill which breeds the pill habit my remedy IIs a curu for one thing a specific which never falls lly gently toneing the digestive organf so that they perform their natural functions It restores them till to health and strength + relieves Immediately and In a short time cures Constipation THE MORE THE LESS I stlpatlon Is at the bottom of nearly every disease Itrr saps of enery and makes life n burden it opens the doors to oU avis germs and J1 the body too weak to rcust them ti THE VELVET WORKER nicknamed The Little Velvet 1 Dont shuffle along with this great burden I lie healthy bo strong beWorkersI LIFEWORTH LIVING When a properly tho bowels are regular and the kidneys are active and healthy what a Joy It Is to II vv You get up in tha morning feeling rested and bright after a cood nights steep with a keen appetltn for breakfast and a healthy relish for each mouthful and when you go outthe air smells good and you fill your lungs with pleasure the sun shines a every minute cell and tissue your hopes are high your mind clear gout tplnts high you stop buoyant and you thank nod that Is so beautiful and that it is soaood to live I I FREE f To any reader win sends us his or her name and address with five stamps to cover postage expenses we al e 2SCent bottle of Tablets the velvet worker that cures Not a sample mind but a fuilsno Ucent bottle Let us prove it to you Write today ad MFG CO 333 Throop Ave New York THE BEST Inonefor sliverisworking everything TRIAL OFFER ChnaeanConstipation drelS1DSCHASE Brooklyn WELL Itaken thoblood 11everpatIOD I ti Ifor full sued bottle does WMy druggist dont rellthemWNlllJle n Address r CltyHj tier lllydruggist Isla tin1 t Q- rAddressnA ti I I r15he LEN OX HOTEL I J IN BUFFALOModern I Iff Highest Grade 1 e Throughout 7 olPLAN Rate not excessive though Tile Lenox ii noted for the excellence it of its and general service t Wire Reservations at our expcnj GEORGE DUCHSCHERER North St tvt Delaware Ave POPUZTOItJJ I Reading BicY lesMofor Cycles c- v ON EARTH s If you intend to purchase a bicycle this spring ao not fail to see our Uric en of Reading Standard Bicycles which cannot be surpassed in u in striugth aurablllty elegance and speed guaranteed to be one of the best bicycles made having attained more worlds records than any other J make Models of the Reading Lacleede West Minuter and Windsor Juveniles can be seen at our store where we wll be pleased to have you k r- tCull and exnmlue themtThoroughbred Motorcycle 7 TboroughbrettMotorcycle c YP r Our Repair ShopIulppedInt J latest improved labor saving devices Work Hone by experienced ate chanics and satisfaction is guaranteed We solicit a liberal share of your patronage SE MITCHELL S TWrd3ltreet JJOld phone 2451r Now phono 743 1 t fI l A Good Idea I s4ss Sir 1 Have your vehicle r re rubbered byet 1 5ff t 1 x1p Powelll= Roger 500v 129 North Third St i LET US MEND EM DO IT WLL Fireproof EUROPEAN cuisine Shoes halfsoledr or mended while you walt except It A t on Saturdays V RUdy rbiliip Iris auwwrar r J trf t d n Vti a ta kY IW 0 E llitrt 4TM L of fHB JAftUC aftEVEmU1 JS t Vnt l 1 Mf IAR1IDAri PJuL SI 1L TK v ic f fc i rfi l a I I r he PaQu4r ArrkftNOON AW WKKBL iVt Tilt SUN FUMJSMING CO INNIININYLIahAD M TI tr1 PredNIM ldllet 4 WillfUl J PAXTOJI Q BMH lIa V l SUBSCRirriONRATMl1 C Itaaea at tILl pM s M PUXya- eeeed THL rrB7MRl f re wee ti 110- BT tt- r mill rrMMtk la Mlaa 40 By iutl per yew m idTMin tio Tats WMBLTBUM JMT by TiTlTnliTiTrt i HW A4drM y ODIa tlasehtliTltrl I Trtce O a No TKK BO 94 i itta bOLLOW IOWce1f tlO tA ILth RD Olerael A Ss- t via Oa1IIMw Pr1aer 1Itt o aa- rr I leilFVRlDAVfAVRUt CIRCULAr ON STATEMENT March 13778 March 163799 Match 23784 March 173794 March 33778 March 193782 March 63704 March 20 3783 1Match 63757 March 213789 ltlatch73755 March 223793 PrMakh 83764 March 23 3791 93M380Gltis Marchl 3774 c Marc 1637138 t Marth303860March3138d7 r 1 is Total 102325 Average for March i 19063790Average for March 1905 3247 c Increasei 543 L1 f Personally appeared before me x this April I lOOoTE J Paxton general manager of Tho Sun who attiring that the above statement ot the circulation of Ttie Sun for the I thetbeat of his knowledge and bellet PETER PUnYEAR Notary Public I Januarytt 22 1908 t A Dally Thought Thd foundation stone of national life iis andever must be the high InIi dividuall character or the average citizen President Roosevelt s r San Francisco will arise fron-ihertpresen general destruction Thei pep t ttpie who made the late beautiful city r i iwlIreestablish another and a moreI I IatCractive one The future Golden j Gate cIty will be a credit to the peoI c I vplo knot only of the metropolis otI California but the country at large f This lathe Americanspfrlt so char X nctcrlstjc of even those who aroofI adoIonP0 The generosity of Americansthat spirit which makes the people all 0 akin andpjo marks their patriotism f 1 flsmanifested Just now throughout I 4 the lland In the feeling shown ill 1at i ed San Francisco It needs but a call I which eveh Jtouches the heart of an Amen provekI ttry but the people aregreater than t Crt i I o dlscOlI j crbrof radlum has just died an Ig r notninlous death ho was crushed to I death by being run over by a wagon His loss is a great one to the world I at largo as well as France especially I i so because the world has too f wIrs men who will make themselves In tclllgent enough to bec9me savants 0- i Jsew York Is spending more money t than ever before In building but ito do so has to pull down to make t for tho reconstruction work Amb- ijlon1 and capital commonly callcdII l 1 enterprise ever make a strong combl j jnationand do grtgood to all com f m unities 0 Many citiesI have water flooring I planTswhIch dont filter Paducah 1IsI an eiceptrona deeded onoto this But Paducahs plant was notI att Il was the shrewd invest 1 1class of practical and thoughtful 1 andt consequently O a success t thvS o haefi I 1 one in size of this country Is it surIs growsjj t fib Ic k 0 I jf gatostork Tjllman but that Is all he willi I tiTlllmaYwasi came forth 0II1WIlI there be an eruption In Zion r f City tomorrow Dbwle Is to return Beret according fo declaratfon 0 OB January 1 1909 the Bavaria sovv mat will take over the G- 9rr y lpcearallivay tolhvtialai a 6 vtG VvfJ 0 1 t WJ T AN9tNrF ri W1CCbetween and what ht needs Deny him the one give him the other Mpjst babies need Scotts mulsioctits the light thjng jfor 1 baby It contains a lot of strength building qualities that their fpodrmoy flati contain After a vfbjie they get to want it n1 Because it makes theta comfort t1lUle Those dimplessledrind cheats mean health anc cage Scotts Emulsion m71CSchildren easy ilccps thrift so too SCOTT ft 1QVNn 409 Pearl SX New York WITH A HOB tul11 IarlrrhUliT WAS tlolHiI- NG 1 ifUS1VAltlTOl Menus 1 to yenutify tthe CirollJulj + Set the People n Good Kvampln Coy Judgp R T Llghtfopt 11a the self apjiolnled county gafdncr without salary Ho thinks tjiponjccI an IImportant oneIn fact as much so as the chief executive of the coun tysold he stated that he appointed himself because ho knew too Jlob would be done right Ho did not dc sera to throwany more financial burdens oa the counts shoulders and therefore accepted the position without remuneration Judge LIghifoot was this morn Inlot in the county court house yard working as hard as any paid laborer with a boss standing over him might work He was the man with the hoe for some time and af tcr ho had finished sorting out the grass and weetls began waterlog tho plants and rearranging the flowers 1He iIntends to take the prize offeree by The Sun for the prettiest yard lathe dtrthat is if the county court house Is not barredand threatens dire calamity to the city officials if 4ny cows are permitted to roam atilargo even If for so short a time as to enter the court house yard til have seen the park yard go track tto and ruin for severall years an you dont know how I hate itt he stated This Is one place that can- eb mado a beautiful spot in the heartt of the city and this should be the case The city at one time took Iitt sIts a year or two since that time no one took any pride In It I intend to show tho people what possibilities there are In gardening and will con vets this court house yard Into tho prettiest place Jn the city I cxpect tto superintend the entire matter too and know that It will bo done right Metropolis New Kallroad t1builtt i tthe near future The Harrisburg ill- hronfclo says- Secretary of State Rose on Tuesday granted a charter for the Metro politan and Northern railway to be constructed from Metropolis through the counties of Johnson Pope andL Saline to a point in Williamson coun tty near Hernia Incorporators and directors J F McCartney FW Norman and D W Helm Metropolis Cannes P Oakes Joppa and William Poll Brookport III tDecds Filed The following dcedshavo bran fil ed In county court James McOulre to Mike Kelloyfoh- X1300 property near Eleventh an Madison streets Hcand orchard Terrell to Lula Weatherlngjon for 1260 property In the Fountain park section aE S Yarbrough to J V Sander son for 100 property In the count 1Vm Moorotq Lucy Yancey for 1and other consideration property IIn the county t Mt rvI1tiel dtlaialtfd4+ Mqu COATSUIRTADthe aIlie ihiuftlr Wore cutting br the C iM P5COpnctn lh inaueondll nuuUnut mpmxt IdithelaneYtpdtsQ YliJllJ jIIn E I 1 u r L Additionl Subscripljon to The Suns Relief FundCqm1gIJTq4I y The news today from San Francis co is that there Is great suffering among the people The federal government has been asked for another million dollars which expresser more than anything felse could the dire necessities of the stricken peoplet From every city In the country re llief Is beingsett Fast trains have been given the right of way over all tthe roads hail are rushing to the city with their Joads of supplies In every city money Is being ralsn ed and Immediately dispatched In soma of the cities the generosity of the people but shows Iff the highest degree the sympathetic nature of our people This is revealed In the funds being raised In the big cities and in thp country villages Each is contributing iIts mite Let Paducah do its share receiveId are nothing like what would be ex peeled of our people The reason Is that the people seemingly dont seem to 1 realize the straits of the stricken people and thet w necessity for immediate relief No amount of money that will b raisedl willj be woo1 much for I the work tthat is to bo done Think of 30000 people In one city alone homeless and you may get a faint Idea of th suffering that must ensue Think of the great Industries lay ing In waste and the probabilities of GREATEST OF THREE SiN FUAXCISCO DISASTKIt WILT SUUPASS CHICAGO FIHK Kxrmlcd In Xiimlier of Lives Lostt IJy Tliliil Wnvo At Gnl veston Chicago IIIl April 21lt tho published reports are confirmed ns bedi the calamity in San lFrariclscoJ willI exceed Magnitude and horror thai which occurred In Chicago October S and 9 1871 At the time of the great tire this city had a population of about 320000 wHllo San Francis co now has nearly 375000 The loss life in Chicago was comparatively lOt The number of dead was nev er definitely nscertafncd hilt lt did not exceed 200 In the California me tropolis it is believed that upward of 1000 persons have perished and It 1Is known that thousands have item in jured In the matter of property destroy ed the figures are more equal The loss in Chicago amounted to200J 000000 that In San Francisco is es timated at the same figure Hero 17 150 buildings were burned and 98 000 people made homeless In San Francisco the buildings are said to boJO 000 and the number of home less Is reported to be 160000 How much assistance will be re qujredl by the victims of tho Pacific coast + disaster may bo estimated from the fact that It took nearly 7000 000 In contributions front the ou side wbrtdto tide the people of Chil cage over the period of distress Tha Galveston calamity surpasse- that In San Francisco In the number of lives lost the dead numbering more than 0000 but the properly loss was only snout 12000000 Tlraaksdt than Woodmen of hp World and nil who were so kind to mo during my recent bereavement the death of my wit JW WINQATJ3 1I Gp 11l tifljE Cltptjn Grand excursion on tlio sUmiicr DlckiiWler Sunday April 22 nf tPrnooii ati+ l nlgiit fp in and 73 liru titvtn by the ItrotlierhofMl J9ISOdt1y s oeletyA f e rtfneXod Adulttt 66 cents children 2iceiitH Beautiful Gilison Picture IIn every Sunday Conrler Touriiul 111tr for framing Order from your news denier noir 1ttfaEt+ 1fi F JIil111r1N sitlfrpajjiyay Solo Distributing A geni Mr L L n bout of the local Re Mon lodge will return tonight after a trip oyer the state In tio interest ot the order tie Is onp of the high state offfcers of the lied Men lodge rYou DONT HAVE TO WAIT 1In17 seritruyoilealai lki rix r0 kea eirwiel1rxItSG 8 o- nMarlietYtirrnr t I YnM trNaNeN h their not being reestablished and the rgauJtnnt lack of orf r a- mlghtShost VH i antl it is easy to realize tthe condition confronting these pep pie Picture the situation ns dark ns w- omahryeteball l p pbably fall far short of the true cblors Therefore let all Paducahnns ret spond totlno call for aid and llet us ilt V I Il gen tp these bereft peodoa cpntrl btutcn in keeping with the reputa flan of our people for generosity and sympathy for suffering humanity The Sun dispatched 1175 ycster dax T I It would like to Increase this to a atthousand Monday u 1 1 The 8ubscrlptlpnsso far are The list follows FriedmanI Keller f Co S 10000 + V v Thp Sunv 19j 90- Hummel Qrpa t 490- Rlchardlludy CflO BWellleSon 1000 Hank elves 1000 Miss Augusta Herringt 100x700 J L Wolff 509R1tdyWaNersteItnS Bros lOO C II Rljko Sons QOO Percy Paxton 100 Sum Sugars 200 Cash 50C 2Gt00eDi 1 Levy IiO Mastert WJll R Levy 500 Tagel dc Meyer f r 1000 RUSHED TO DEATH ICY SWITCH TRAIN 9rriblJAQcWeint in IC Shpp Yards This Forenoon Frank Sill Yard Cleaner Killed lly TrainI WhileI At Nark on Track1 I Today w ll MAXS CAIIKLESSXESS AT FAULT + r Frank Sills aged C0 employed 1 In the local irasoutli yards was struck 0n switch engine trite forenoon at 1045 oclock and Instantly klltem his body bpinghorrtblyI mangled The accident Is said to have beensluo tto Sills carelessness in performing his work Tho unfortunate man was employ ed in the capacity of yard cleaner tits dutleq bung to pick ug cool an such 4ebritfan load U Into cars ll was engaged in picking up coal who d struck Ho wt2b yards north o1 the south yard o1Rc e below the coal chute and was stoop lag over when struck Thaeagin which lilt him was a switch engine No 172ln charge of Foreman vV II holly Engineer Check Davidson and FiremantPhillipl Phelps Tlioy oldl not sea tho agedman uhtl the were right on him soil then ll waSq too late The accident was witnessed by one 1lvetsaylupda m ing enginenottced that unless he moVed sharply igig would be unnlilN tjv I got IfnlorheclearM f The engine the next Instant streetf hint and the wheel mangled and cut4 his bony almost beyond recognition JIo died without uttering a sound so quickly did the big engine do Its work The Paducah UndcflaklngI Co was notified and took charge of the remain This afternoon the Induce t will be hedrl Coroner Esker having been busy wlth other maters when hoplrenedf and several children ono being Mr Walter Sill a coach Inspector In tho employe of the N C and St L road He was a hard worker and generally Ilk 1 by his friends and acquaintances Maunlflcciit Thirstt t t f f Consul General Guenthcr writing from Frankfort Germany makes an astonishing report on thp jqaunkudo of 4fat nations iInJnlc bill For the five years 19001904 the 00000000 egodlug to 8tatl tc2f each Inhabitant dry 12monttla consumed C 12 guar of wine 129 12 quarts of bejjr fln 9 quart B of brandyTao per capfflt cpjjt vas U204 IgciudjDK wRmn randi1JUar whale lie male Flilxg galrwould be 3736r PER NS Ipm ANSWER CHARGE JusticeI Grcccbanm Tarns Downc jt W 1 WritIQuestion ls 1Jjr Ciiiiipnlfnt1 Gifti Clmryes Jlustt Ho Si Wl j liy T1lnl tl1P1L VILI 1JU TAKEX i Now York April 21Juatlco precnUaumof the suprcmp court has dismissed the wrltl o habeas cor 1pus sued otrtby aeorgew Perkins former vice preafdcnitI of thp New York Life Insurance company offer Sis arrest on a warrant charging him with grand larceny In connection thewmlhanycampaign1 fund of 19ba Ini the course of a long typewritten opinion Justice Qrccnbauni says that ho crime charged against Jlr Ior klnsI Isr grand larceny and tb ttuu l theIsatet f crime was committed and that thereI lit was reasonable ground to believe hat thoTclator1 cpmmlttejl It the pris one Parking must be dischargedl The court then announced Us de cision Jo remand Mr Perkins and ro fuh to discharge him on thp writ Tho Justice said if I am correct In assuming that a corporate gift for political purposes Is wrongful end tHercfore Illegal In a case where a trustee of a corporation like that ot- a life insurance company who know ingly consciously an4 deliberately appropriate s ttho money of the cor- poratIon to itho use a4 a political com rcpsenlcstablUh the commission of the crime of larceny on reasonable grounds for bellevlnB that the person charged committed It unless wo may say as a matter of law that one charged with the commission of a crime may escape Its consequences by admittingj I the facts that prima facto wouldI es tablish It and pleading Ignorance 01 their legal effect and an abtenco of intent to do any wrong Cannot Decide on Intent- I apprehend that whllo a court might after hearing nil the proofs be Ilaa position in a given case to hold as matter of law that no legal1 Tjeti upon the facto set forth In the depo slwons Uio court would not be Justil thaimagistrate to sustain his action Aside from the point that the In actitspecialacts appearing in this cas a criminal talent may be interred is shown nndiVoted nor directed to be paid by tllo dboard Insurdlndlyet roiacqulosaecd In by the members of tho finance commttce nnd that no record nor minute Is anywhere found Knowing the purpose tar which thtf payment was made yItIs stated that the Indirect math od of making the political contribu importunitiesCother itsWould have neon imprudent at the time to havo made this contribution public Discrepancy Is Slioiyn I r rotatorjbQokkeepingof the entries In respect to this transaction It may bo that such an explanation would bo satisfactory to a Jury but the court may not as ma matter of law hold the relaters state ment of his ignorance of these facts as conclusive evidence of the actual facts OIl do not desire In the romotcsl degree by what I have said to liayo It construed that I am expressing ail opinion ot the Intent of tho rotator purpotbtoofoalsily the province of the Jury upon a consideration of all thafacts and cir andicannot affirmatively find that there la no evidence of Intent Perkins lawyers will prepare at once their1 appeal1 from tho decision of Judge Greenbaum and It will bq presented without delay to thp all courtThis fore grandt9tholnaltfd thenedetuL12LJa auW 10 v J l or t badTlhaveIi r I 4ffmJfW llime a dc gage the bad to the good Bad blood to good blood poor blood to rich bloodI Ask your docto- rbowthh uprllca to Jrt laSatsararillsfcandJiow It applies to youlI Could be f4lrWotnonououll WolIbll 000anything more mti Irloeli LoII Yu r SWAGGER Well I guess yon will Hud it In our Mena Oxfords this ataton as we have the newest lasts made by the best ihoeniakera lu the country Qur goods are new up to date in styles odd fitting qualities and wear as good is the but grade shoe leather will wear wl en wade byskilltdshocuiaVera There are shoes and shoes and ehoti but J we have TUB SHOIJS to your particular foot Come fitAIt lthnUr Innt trnuhl uu will never regret nt We nave the reputation of standing behind our goods and are tellers of shoes and satisfaction Couie in today and get npalr of Oxforda I I Your feet will feel better encased in a brand new pair and then to it is time you were ranging for apilcg r If theyre Rocks theyre rJ ht If theyre right theyre RocJs1 PAOZlY321 BROADWAY I t I u WILLIAfdSBLUFF Diciiis AVI MI nunim nusi xnjfs uxiiiivs iiiilis HI IOHTIU j The CtlnCl iinw Committee Ibis Itear ings tto ltli Iliu JleU iuro of Imperfections Washington April 20 John Bharp Williams lender of too minor- Ity In the house yesterday agreed no tice on the house that until there was a report front tlyj etatehood contort there would be uo more business1 in the houeo by unanimous content The announcement toll flat of Its purpose fore It was discovered that most of tho unanimous consent bus iness had been dil2Cei cZ lib fir as there were pot measures on tho Ito publican olds ot tho chamber and that tho cffccLof the decision on tho part of the minority leader wouldl bo to punish the members on his aldo much snore than on the Republican It was oven said an hour after he made his announcement that some of his own olcqnucs were apjjcaliuu him to absent himself from the 10I so that measures for their districts which they wore anxious to have t passed under the unanimouL consent agreements and which they could got through In no other way could be pacd- In qulry of Senator fiovcrldgo and Representative Hamilton tho leading conferees for the two houses brought out tho positive statement from each that MrI Williams bluff would have no effect on the con fereus They pointed out that Just before Williams took thetodaytt to mako his threat the conferees had lust concluded an extensive hear lug in tho senate committee room and It la their Intention to have an other hearing Tbny argued that It Is most unusual for conference com mittees to grant hearings on provl sionw of measures which halo been jiafcicd by both bouses line the fact that they have done so la indicative of tug sincere desire to perfect the legislation r I Notice To the members of the Shlp wright looal No 8 arc requested to be at tho Central Labor hall Sunday morn- Ing t 10 oclock to aid sufferers In San Francisco By JOHN HOLLRNUBIia Pros rV Tho DH Vnwlor had a nice freight and imsnenger lint for Cairo this morning ot ti 4 GUTHRIES SPJECIALS FOR HOUSEKEEPERS 72 by 90 bleached Sheets worth 5501 lor4 49C 81 by 90 bleached Sheets tooitb 750 lfor 62Cs93 by 96 bleached Sheets worth 750 for 65C 81 by 90 unbleached Sheets worth hoc for 49C 590 Pillory Slips 36 by 42 worth iscJoro f2Q 200 Hemstitched Pillow Slips worth i8c fori5cIJ 50 white Hid Spreads worth 6c lorr 49C 100 while Bed Spreads forth 5100 for 75Q 100 white Bed Spreads cpotthz 50 19rS125 50 fringed colored Bed Spreads worth 8 1 25 for 9130 jo white fringed Spreads worth 8150 or i2550 white fringed Spreads worth 2 op for S 150 25 white fringed Spreads worth 250 for S 198 1000 yardsbleached Domestic worth bier for 7SrC 5090 yards brown Domestic worth j4c fort 6 C 6000 fast colored Lawns worth bet for 4c 3000 yards Prints worth 6= for 4 P- ioooTaJiesI t Summer Vests worth 150 oJ10C or a forl i1frn 25C 800 Ladled Summer Vests worth lOC for 150 For 2 for r25CICOO pairs Ladle Hose worth 150 for Ioc cr 3 for L 25C bop pairs Ladles Lace Lisle Hose worth 35C for 25C 5000 yards MaUlnjr worth roc to 350 yardalal 500 yards Linoleum worth 6oc for M 45C 500 Window Shades worth 350 for29C300 Window Shades worth 450 for 350 400 Window Sags wjortli 6oc for 49C 300 Window Shades worth 750 lot l 6QC We want all to call and see us in our new big store 322 and 324 Broadway Both phones 155 s i u i u 3t7 yir r j J r y tr f G rJ I m g ip4 oitt I I ATt1 j t I r lh r I 1 It WILt lBlRllt t tJ I MANY ESI fflYIa I t + MaryChildrcn 1 1iJrfAe daredr TII eRtitr l taf t a4l r MUrlRIS of Persona who Mara He crlvwl Divorces Dfol+ rcd Sao Be1 lIcplJI tf r 1wo A SUPREME CQlUT JIBC3SIOX 0 Washington April SlThere lU no doubt that the declslon of th6 United States supreme court ande down Monday will rip open thouJ sands of divorces which wero sup posed to be binding by alt parties to them It will dissolve aW maiVlagcx wade by parties to such divorces at iterward and all children of thosei subsequent marriages will become illegitimate and will be unable totIn bent property from thou parents The decision of the United States5 hoighiti Its actual bearing In the flret place i itmustt be niwterstoofj thai It does nbt concern any divorce case whosoever whoro there has been actualt tservlco uppri tho defendantant d where the defendant actually has appeared ln court in person or by an jIta case whether tho defendantis presentt in court or not when the offense r which dlvorco Is granted was caIn milted within tho Jurisdlettonof th court The decision of the supromo court 1 expressed In the Briefest possible form 1Is That no court can grant a valid divorce unless the defendant Is personally within the jurisdiction of t court or unless thp off nso which the divorce Is granted was committed within tho Jurisdiction the court GeneralIIt la easy to see how widespread will be the effect of this declslo- Every husband and wife who has se cureda divorce in one state for an offense committed in another In which the defendant still resided Is married still In the state which ho or shehnd his or her original do I cidL v The decision does not absolutely annul divorce nor does it absolutelyI annul any subsequent marriages nor directly IMogltlmatlzo the children The divorce marrlagen can only be attacked apparently by subsequent proceedings bn the part of tho party to the original marriage who was not consulted and who tool1 4no part in tho divorce proceedings 7 notbounda j vorce court In another state unl that decree was round as the result v of a complete jurisdiction of tho de fendant the toift atlyorlglnaderccII claohasCoreIerovprcca are not contested they Wilt stand It tho defendant whet man or woman has died they will stand and the property rights of thel new vlfo and children will not Inlerferred with11- n Indlg08tonthat KodolwhalyoueatL Atewwill soon d1tivoperformance of their functions naturally Sold Lang Brothers Another Fatuous Showman Dc- EE Ncw York Aunt 21 William IL Gardner a showman and associate of e tho late James A Bailey died of pneumonia Thursgay 3Ir Gardner elsrcus was first associated with his falser In Gardner and Kenyon circus Su aueatly he was connected with t Ferepaugh Sells ahd Darnum arid theBaWsycircusesJitter for thlrtrslx years Rice wheI had bought an Interest In the itagenbeek circus The original DeWItts Witch Hazel Salve never falls to give satisfaction a ffCrburBB ore bolls totter cracked hands etc For bllndbloo jtchjncaudprptmdng PljeC jt fords ilmoit llamcdlale relief 7j stops the pain Sold by Lang Bros CJ the TWCM Wodcr all ktdity tI1 1c1erand rneu trcuM4 fiil r J H Oeall eiTlM rV Dr R W K utlr aSF = a j 1 CITY TAxI SILE- I I HITK LIST 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TARawlandlownILILontUen 235 South Sth St 2MT jfn 254ITtdasy Francis 1718Broad Alloy r C 8 Long Mrs Lif 1011Aarth7th IoglagDevi1s1309 itth 1tUlj r y r1 IAPttlgi Broom IIRltijC 1aJ TtkYndltkt i if u 0 9 S 4 j 1r SATURDAY ATRttt 41 fHB P2OJCT05H31 EVENED S t J vjtwi AQl4 uLc XL1491 n Ui Lott Ws H A4th and Husbands 6 96 Mathls John718 Jabka6n St M 1167 Manlon Margarettc Monroe 13th and 14th rjrj 610 Mathow1 John N RDpwnmn Add t 814 Marsh John 1Oth andIBoyrt vs 1781 Masonic Stock Co CB Klvelth nnd Adams V z 1424 Minor John842 South 8th St V 891 Miller Amanda 1335 North GUI St v i 7C1 Minor James ttorth 12th St y 448 Mooro Bartlett N 1LTrimble St i r 406 1Morgan O A hoirfl Elizabeth 6h and 7th 40G- Mosloy John helrs110th and Dodt ir 1017 t mmsJamagNorth12tSt j V + i + 9C4 McKnlght Jones Bockmon St t l c O- CMcKnlght Will Burnett and Flournoy r l 500 N Nelson Jnmes 1527 Clay St J 1 l4 C7- Ovcrton Scott8th anti 0 hIbV t V 2542 L Overtoil Heed George Cth and 7th i 9641 Owens Frank Sr9Z3 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203 Stringer M1 Ielser Avo f i 21J1 N n Talley SSM North 10th St 1370 Tandy Pago Clay St j r 902 of Thomas Sarah CNorth 13th StfI r 1425 t Thomas llnrrtal11th and Washington SU 1370 t Thompson holra10th St r 4 O- CTuckdr Chcsl41 South 5th Std 9C4 Turloy Clarence 12r 3 Modlsoiv Stl 432- Turner James 415 Jnckson St 1199 q C H 1018 Washington St 3201- Vallace ifThompson s Minerva Mill St J 45R Watts A1129 North 4th St 1370 Webb J 1VSouth 10t h St 407 Webb Alfred 1235 South 8th St 1 7C1 While Stoko Broad Alloy 30S White Vlck Burnett St t 4oc Williams DlnkG2l Torroll St 84 Wllllnnw Thos 1220 South 10th St 1045 Wilson JordonSouth 9Hi st 11 C7- Woolfolk ScottSouth 13th St 1370 1 1Tho dotHall door on Monday May 7th 190C at 10 oqlook a in by tyro treasurer tinlpps RiIil to Jim before that da AhRXUlIlKLAND Auditor Paducah iCy April 1SU 1906 I I EDGAR WHITTEMORE I Real Estate Agency FREE REAL ESTATE PRICE LIST Fraternity Building Both Phones 835 I r SPEND LESS THAN YOU MAKE And YM Will Become Wealthy f THERE are many who would like to accumulate t money but dont know how to do it This bink will help you Begin today by opening an ac count with us for oue dollar or more We pay 4 per cent per atinilm on depoSitscorapouhiled twice a year Mechanics and Farmers Savings Bank V227 8ri anyIr i1 I 1t Guy Nance Manager Fritz Kcttlcr Assliunt M Nance Embalmer Private Ambulance for Sich dad Injured Only i GUY NANCE Undertaker and Embalmer it 213 SilhTkirJ yrt h FW i Ky IOpen Day and Night Old Phone 69 New Plio- nt5UbCI16E e r FOR THE LN TM CEKTS WillytLL T 0s = 1 en rr 1 h r 4d THE SPENDERSA TALE OF THE THIRD GENERATION ar HARRY LON WILSON LPV4iCAVFiUbi kr Lotbtoo Pabllihlof Comput And mind follow them directions and no other makes no difference what you hear or I wont be respon sible And Ill rely on you maam never to let anyone know about my littledochmentlie left her studying tho card with a curious little flash of surprise CHAPTER XXIII THE AMATEUIt NAPOLEON OF WALL STREET At the beginning of April the sit uation In the three stocks Percival had bought so heavily grew undeniably tense Consolidated Copper went from iua to lus In a week But Perclvalx enthusiasm suffered little abatement from tho drop You see ho reminded Uncle Peter it isnt exactly what I expected but its right in line with It so it doesnt alarm inc I knew those fellows inside were bound to hammer It down if they could It wouldnt phase me a bit It It sagged to 95 Myl Myl Uncle Peter exclaimed with warm approval tho way you master this business certainly does win me I toll you its a mighty good thing we got your brains to depend on Im all right the other side of Council Bluffs but Im a tenderfoot here sure where everybodys tryln to get the best of you You see out thero everybody tries to make the best of It I told that to ono of them smarties last night But youll pull them In their placo all right You know both ends of the game and the middle Wo certainly got a right to bo proud of you son Danl J liked big proposi lions himself but well Id Just like to have him see the nerve youfvo showed thats all Uncle Peters professions of confi denco were unfailing and Perclval took new hope and faith in hIs judg ment from them daily Nevertheless as the weeks passed and the mysterious insiders succeeded in their design of keeping the stock from rising he came to feel a touch of anxiety More indeed than he was able to communicate to Uncle Peter without confessing outright that he had lost faith In himself That ho was unable to do even It it were true which he doubted The Dines fortune was now hanging as to all but onto of tho western properties on the turn Ing of tho threo stocks Yet tbo old mans confidence In tho young mans acumen wlja invulnerable No shaft that Pcrclval was able to fashion had point enough to pierce It And ho was loth to tatter it down for he still had the gamblers faith in his luck You jot your fathers head In bunt ness matters was Uncle Peters in variable response to any suggestion of failure I know that much splto of what all these gossips sayand thats all 1 want to know And of course you cant ever bo no Shepler less you take your share of chances Only don ask my advice Youre master of the game nnd were all layln right smac down on yaur genius fur IL Whereupon the young man with confidence In himself newly Inflated would hurry off to the stock tickers to had ceased to buy tho stocks out right and for several weeks had bought only on margins There vas ono rule In poker your pa had said Uncle Peter If a hand Is worth calling on its worth raising on Ho jest never would call if ho didnt think a hand was worth raising hed bunch it in with the discards and wait fur another deal I dont kno much about the game but no said d was a sound rule and If it Is In poker why its got to bo sound in this game Thats all I can tell you You know what you hold and If talnt a hand to lay down it must be a ban to raise OIL Of course it youd bee brash and Ignorant In your first cal culations If youd made a fool of yoUrself at the start but shucks youre the son of Daniel J fines aint you T Tho rule and the clever provocation halt their effect Ill rAise as long as I have a chipi eft Unclo Peter Why only today I had a tip that came straight frdm Snepler though he never dreamed it would reach me Tfiat Pacific Cable bill Is going to be rushed throughat this session 01 congress sure and that means enough Increased demand to send Consolidated back whero it was And then when it comes out that theyve got those Illo Tinto mines by thb throat well this anvil chorus will have to stop and those Federal Oil sharks and Shepler will bo wondering bow I had the face to stay in The published rumors regarding Consolidated began to conflict very sharp hungrilydisregardingI Oral his own opinions lie called theta Irresponsible nowspaoor gOssip or believed them to be inspired by tho clique for Its own ends lie studied the history of copper until ho knew all ita ups and down- since the great electrical development t began in 1887 When Fouts tlte b ker hit traded most heavily with sug gested that the Consolidated company was skating on thin ice that it might Indeed be going through the same ex perience hat shattered the famous Secretan corner a dozen years before Periliral pointed out unerringly th- vital s differences In the circumstances The Consolidated had reduced the pro Suction or Its controlled mines and t the price was bound fo be maintained When his adviser suggested that th- ce ap Aiw dot i jkeoonblaei 1Ii tt p rte tiL li out the price he brought up tho very lively rumors of a gentlemens agree menU with the noncombine producers Of course theres Calumet and Hecla I know that couldnt be gunned into the combination They could pay dividends with copper at ten cents a pound But the other independents know which side 6f their stock Is spread wltn dividends all right When It was further suggested that the Rio Tlnto mines had sold ahead tot a year with the result that Euro pean Imports from too United States had fallen off and that the Consoli dated could not go on forever holding up the price Percival said nothing The answer to that was tho secret negotiations for control of the Euro pean output which would make the Consolidated master of tho copper world Instead of disclosing thisf he pretended craftily to be encouraged by the mere generally hopeful outlook In all lines Western Trolley to might be overcapitalized and Union Cordage might also be in the hands of a pIrat teal clique but the demand for trolley lines was growing every day and cordage products were not going out of fashion by any means You see he said to his adviser nercH what the most conservative man In the street says In this after noone paper That copper must nec essarily break badly and the whole boons collapse 1 do not believe There is enough prosperity to maintain a strong demand for the petal through another year at least As to Western Trolley and Union Cordage tho two other stocks about which doubt is now being so widely expresaed In tho street I am persuaded that they aro both due to rise not sensationally but at a healthy upward rate that makes them sound investments There said Pcrclval theres the Judgment of a man that knows th game but doesnt happen to have a dollar In either stock and ho doesnt know ono or two things that Iknow either Just hypothecate 10000 of those Union Cordage shares and 5000 Western Trolley and buy Consolidated on a 20 per cent margin I want to get bigger action Thorns a good rule In poker It your hand Is worth call lag Its worth raising x I like your nerve said the broker Well I know somo one who has a sleeve with something up It thats all Dy the third weeln April it was believed lhat his holdings of C insoll datedwere the largest In the street excepting those of the Federal Oil people Uncle Peter was delighted by the magnitude of his operations and by his newly formed habits of Industry Itll be tho makings of the boy ho said to Mrs Dines in her sons presence Not that 1 caro so much my self about all tho millions hell pile up but it gives him a business training bkpinheadto takln off his silk hilt to your son Jest as soon nl hes made this turn II- copperIt in lie has enoUgh of Danl Ja grit to hang onand I think ho has They neednt watt another day for me Perclvdl told him later The family treasure Is about all In now except mas amethyst earrings and the hair watch chain Grandpa Cumming- hnd Of course Im holding what I promised for Burman But that rise cant hold off much longer and the only thing Ill do fromi now on is to hock a few blocks of tho stock marginsdMy My you Jest do fairly dazzle me exclaimed the old man delight edly Oh ijiguess your pa wouldnt I acdit I tell you this familys all right beadynTo bs Continaed Tho more a man owes the moteI hes apt to be sought after A FAMOUS REMEDY I letiredMTcouRhwlthGermtn8yT Brt Ise wrote to Dr G G Green Jnaatroeuitell you doctor dear 9Imeeln liner than ever Ie been I QTLe poor consumptive should not 1bc sroI bat the moment the dread disease mans rests its presence he should be given Eo Miiees German Syntp a pure nonalco belle medicine that is made specially for tIle cure of consumption and has a world wide fame as a certain remedy for catarrh colds coughs croup sore throat anti ill bronchial1 affections in old and young qit irsold in nil civilized countries and has been famous as a consumption cure for almost half a century IJTrial bottle 250 Big bottle 750 At Ul druggist throughout the world 0Soldby Alt 7 j tat aad ao o Kelk k i rT j- f 1 r FOR FREHf XOnKSHMAN KH HUMAN SAYS CANON IS LOGICAL MAN View of Member of Itoiulllrnii Cam linlgii ConnnlHoo As Kixily Declared oulsvllle IKy April 21Spealt- er Joe Cannon seems to be the logi cal successor to Thfcodore Roosevelt as president of the United States according to Washington opinions and 1 believe his name will be pre sented to the national convention with or without his consent said Congressman J S Sherman of Utica N Y a member of the Republi can national campaign committee who was here last night Uncle Joe Is old it is true con tlnu l1 Mr Sherman but his health Is unimpaired and ho is as active mentally as any man In the nation His knowledge of affairs both foreign and domestic is unsurpassed and It Is the opinion of those higher up that he will succeed the most wonderful president the UnltedStates has known Mr Sherman said ho knew little about Speaker Cannons attitude to ward the nomination but was cons dent that his name will go before the national convention whether he Is an avowed candidate for the position or not There is no doubt about President Roosevelts attitude on the third term question said Mr Sherman He Is positive In his statements and under no consideration will he be persuaded to become a nominee for another term Of course there are ilia- D other candidates who would like to accept his chair when ho leaves It Secretary Shaw Is an active and willing candidate Vice President Fairbanks already has announced his andeheard from How to Oho Castor OH Put a tablespoonful of orange Juice Intoa small tumbler pourIn the re- Quired amount of oil and more orange Juice on top The oil forms a ballln the middle of the Juice and Iis swallowed without coming In con tact with the tongue A Dandy for Hums Dr Bcrgln Pnna 111 writes II havo used Bollards Snow Llnement always recommend It to mr rlends as I am confident thero Is no better made it is a dandy for bursa TJxwe wu live on farmsi arc especially liable to many acct dental cuts burns bruises whichI heal rapidly when Bollards Snow Liniment is applied It should al ways bo kept In the house for casesI 00oThe Eyebrows Make a strong brew of sage ten straining through muslin and to a pint of liquid add a tablespoonful ofr alcohol Apply this to tho harmee natural color than pencils or dyes Bollards tlorchouiid Syrup Immediately relieves hoarse crow 1py cough oppressed rattling rasp ing and difficult breathing Henry P Stearns druggist Shullsburg Wls writes May 20 1902 I have been selling Bollards aiorehoundI Syrup for two years and lava nevedI hada preparation that has giverI better satisfaction I notice thatl when I soil a bottle they come backt for moro I can honestly recommend It 25c fc and = 100 SoldI by Alvey List After a man has taken a certain number of drinks he sees doublean- after taking a few more he is unabl- to see atall JEWELRY that will charm and drliglit the judgo of hid gems pings Brooch eSj OrnamentalCombs Chains WATCHKS for Indira and Gentlemen lit gold silver or Kiinmctnl Cigarette Cases Match Boxes Cigar Cutters etc All sorts of dainty pleas of silver for ray Latj4 dressl K table- WARKEx WARMVr f c ThisBeautiful Piano GOESATURDAY APRIL 21 at Dont cost a penny to make a blr1l The name of purchaser and the price will be published Saturday evening You will be sorry you did not make a bid when you see this beautifulr lr 8500 piano go at75 or Sioo A club or society should not let this opportunity pass Seal your bids and leave them at 428 Broadway PADUCAH MUSIC STORE T i VISIT OUR = = = MAMMOTH STORE = I Andsee our l electrical display affil machine shop and factory House Wiring Correctly Done i Foreman Bros Novelty Co Incorporated 121123 N Fourth St Plmncs7157 I a CITY TRANSFER CO Now located at Qlaubers StableWe are ready for all Kinds of hauling TELEPHONE 499 MOTTS t 11ifiit PENNYROYAL PiLLS n I tv uu u of menstruation They are + + LIFI3 SAVERS to girls al womanhood aiding development of organs and body No known remedy Lr women equals them Cannot do Jlrmlite 4 becomes a pleasure JJIOO iM2It BOX BY MA1I Sold by druggists DK MUTTS CUEMICAL CO CI6telIJ1L Ohio 1 SOLD BY ALVE 8 LtBI AND O C a hOLD PAIKJOAH JL IIEAITH IS YOUTH Disease and Sickness Bring Old Age Hcrblne taken every morning be toro breakfast will seep you In ro bust health fit you to ward off dls ease it cures constipation blllous ness dyspepsia lever skin liver and kidney complaints It purifies the blood and clears tho complexion Mrs D W Smith Whitney Tex writes April 3 1902 I havo used llorbino and find It the best mcdl irons bles It does all you claim for it I can highly recommend it 50c Sold by Alvey List Calling the Wliltcwnslicrs1 Louisville Ky April 21Locnl members of tho general assembly wore summoned to appear before the Franklin countyt gravid Jury yester day to testify to what they know of the alleged use of money in the ef tort to prevent tho passage of the bill placing a tax on rectified whisky tToo many men sit down In saloons and watt for something to turn up ABRAM L WElL li CO BLOCKd yzfieINSURANCE NEW DRUG STORE I- NKOWLANDTOWN AT PIEPER BUILDING Prescriptions a ajeclalty Freicrlp lion department in charge of n grad uate in pharmacy Give us a call Yours for business PADUCAH PHARMACY CO mFOR PAINLESS TOOTH PULLING 5J I- J I fec 3 a I I t IlCSS St FOR 11Miver11 STEAMER CLYDE tvss faiicali for Xtuttm lMm Every W 4ncsA y at 4 p a I WM T 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r to Ib of the o ters Just x i of daily toiling ti rest be forget all c days trouble dutiesT tomnni 7t herself women And I u r aneedsscrubs r What creep u bed in r Rest U Xsame etrahi e strength real land sa t PnIrip strong j movesu most nerves induces ness c a rofulm of alone alllng Paynesroudo ge Lion off the u with in t1 I i Chaplin lea of u Mich t lact press ing sure brought pushing my r What cines I I f it aa I bQttle but was fJwentI months Now 1 j fill and to t U There U I b- Rt re rs t of native roots Natures own rativclI compounded after a form which there can be no by skilled chemists and by scientific Doctor is perfectly killing to let every know that his FAVORITE PRE contains Blue Cohosh root Slipper root Unicorn root Black root and Golden seat root doctor knows that such a pre is beneficial in the diseases and when properly com is certain to effect a cure iin all cases when Goen a fair trial bottle of the AVORITE PRE which leaves Dr Pierces laboratories in Buffalo X Y plainly printed upon its wrapper ingredients of which it is com Thus Dr Pierce proves to the his own confidence in the rem which for forty years has borne and which is known nil the United States and Australia and In CanadniI America Africa and Asia as a cure for those diseases which make our women old be their time will be noticed that there is no in the FAVORITE PRESCRIP Dr Pierce never believed in alcohol in the preparation of his household remedies For it he chemically pure glycerine has wonderful properties for ex the medicinal principles of and preserving them at their full without any deleterious effect to f of Dr Tierces medicines k confiding open lionet of their full composition e ingredient in plain En nit fear of successful criti and w confidence that the sense the afflicted will lead to app this honorable man confiding m what they are into their qmachs when mak of these medicines Pierce feels that he can afford to the afflicted into his full confi and lay all the ingredients of freely before them be these ingredients are such as and most strongly praised of the most eminent medical of all the several schools of as cures for the diseases for these medicines ate recom druggists sells the FAVORITE and also that famous blood purifier and stomach the GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOV Write to Dr Pierce about your He is an experienced physician treat your case as confidential charge for correspondence him at the Invalids Hotel and Institute Buffalo N Ytofhe is chief consulting phiclBnI is as easy to be well as Illand more comfortable Constinntjon cause of many forms of illness Pleasant Pellets cure con They are tiny sugarcoated One little Pellet is a gentle two a mild cathartic AllIin medicines sell them 31 onecent stamps to cover mailing and get a copy of Dr Common Sense Medical Ad over Address DrIPierco Buffalo N Y NewDiscovery For Stomach Bowels Liver and Kidneyi Sioo per bottle three for 1250 six for 500 typesa Quick Relief Oil 25 cts YSMITHI r Just received another car oi Black Diamond Roof ing the heaviest and best on the market Twoiii ply 45 pounds threeply 70 poundsli J H Aa Fetter Supply Co117119 South First Streeti 4 n o DICKE 6 BLACK i j hej hew heh ESTABLISHED TAILORS i J t NO LOWING NECESSARYlf 1 Nt 51i lrojtlway OtOSIf8 Fraternity Buildings Old Phone 246 dr c I L r II Counter Sacrifice I Orldnnl Don Sancho Morcnas was a rich Mexican whose hacienda was located but a dozen miles tram the capital Ills family consisted of n son Pedro the Issue of his first wife and Concha the daughter of his second wife by her first husband After Conchas mother died the girl lived on with her step father indeed she was his only com fort for his son was a wild fellow and was little at home No one knew where be spent his time and there were many surmises that developed Into stnte ments all more or less detrimental to him Ills father after one day receiv ing a llettter from him the contents of which he did not maVo known gyre out that Concha should be his sole heir He made n will In her favor mid calling her Into his office In a wing bf the house where ho transacted the bust ness of the hacienda gave It to her to read But what Is Pedro to dot she ask ed looking up with a pair qf darklSpanish eyes full of sympathy for her stepbrother 1 What do I care for him exclaimed the old man showing plainly by his tone that he cared a great deal Does he ever come here to stay with his father Besides he will get killed In some desperate fight before I die peaceably In my bed No Concha It Is to you who are taking care of mo In my declining days that my estate shall goto you who deserve It Pedro Is brave Interposed the girl and we know nothing against him Oh yes most wild boys are brave but what recompense Is that to me1 The girl turned away at these last words and soon left the office but not before seeing her stepfather put the will In n pigeonhole of his desk Soon after this Conchs was drawn In two different directions Her step father fell 111 and her mothers sister whom Concha loved as a mother met with an accident and lay at the point of death The old man unselfishly bade her go where she was most needed and she departed promising to return ns soon as the necessity for her ab sence was ended She had not been gone long when Pedro came home It was his twentyfirst birthday and ho told his father that be had become scn sible of his neglect and had chosen the day to begin a new life Ills father at first doubted hIs sincerity but whatever hat been his sons faults lying had not been one of them The old man took the boy to his heart and said to him My son by your former action you have forced me to disinherit you I have made a will leaving everything to Concha I shall now make another lleaving all to you who can jilone trans mit your fathers name But what will Concha d01 Concha has been a good girl She has devoted herself to me while you have neglected me I shall expect you to see that she Is provided with what site needs But father you are surely not go- Ing to trust her very living to one who bears such a diameter ns I The words were Interrupted by the old mans fainting nnd when ho re- vIved he khew that his end was near Summoning hIs attorney he made a new will directing the lawyer to place It In his desk where It could be brought to him lu case he should wish It But he never again saw the Instrument for ho was taken off by heart failure that very night Concha was summoned and In ate days the old man was laid to rest It was the night of time unmoral Time next day the disposition of the proper ty would be looked Into When nil was still Pedro emerged from his room and went stealthily to his fathers office A full moon gave almost the light of day Jnst as he was about to enter from n lassageway be paused Some one was In the office Looking through a partly open door he saw Concha take a paper from the desk and glltle silently nwhy At first he thought that she had taken the will his father hind made In his favor but be knew that It was In an other part of the desk and the shock he suffered from such an net on her part was relieved Doubtless she had possessed herself of some paper of her own lIe waited awhile then hearing no sound entered went to the desk took out a paper and lighting a match held a corner over the flame Pedro what are you doing The words were spoken III Conchas soft voice as she came into the room two stood taco to face In the moon ght streaming through n window Pedro was sllenf If you are going to burn your fa thers will bequeathing your estate to me you may save yourself the trouble It is here and she taro a paper olio held to fragments Pedro stood mute Concha ho said at lastmy father made a will while you were swap leaving the estate to me I came here to burn Itt Scratching a match Pedro lighted a candle and together both read the will the estate to Pedro with an In to him to provide for Cone nn they examined tho paper Concha ad torn and It was the will made before In her favor vTho look each the other cannot be described by ords An artist could scarcely portray It- Why were you going to do It Pe droBecause I love and have always loved you far better than myself And why did you destroy the other1 Sloe turned away to bide her face ie took her IIn his arms 1 knew you were not what you were pointed she said presently ilOFUilS WINKS One of Voxm Ponii I hear you can make n pun on any said a woman to the Irresisti ble lox Make one on king flag Is no subject promptly re plied the joker i i sG i I 1 AN KAKTHQUAKi WHICH LAJjTKl TWO YKAHS Few Alive to Tell of New Madrids Many Shakes In 1811 A great earthquake tho most vlo lent perhaps that over visited any part of what Is now tho Unitedt Stator was that known as time earthquake of Madrid Mo In 1811 which was characterized by the prolongs flan of Its phenomena Severn shocks occurred at short intervals during n period of several months and tthe entire period of tremors cov 1eyed n period bf nearly two years As time country was then sparsely settledI llittle Is known of the distance toI which the perceptible vibrations ex tended but In the central tract tho Phenomena were of the most lImpres sive character and the part of the country in which the vibrations were most violent suffered topographic changes which have long attractsi tthe attention of static observers It la related that time lowlands ly lIng near tho Mississippi were trav ersed by visible waves which rocked the forest trees to and Ira uproot ing manyiamn lakes Wore trotsby time escape of thelV waters Into fissures and a great body of lana ntXow Madrid sixty or eighty miles llong and nearly half us broad sank and remained covered with a grtAt InTenncsSeett ed by this earthquake The material loss caused by this earthquake was small Should such a visitation come to that region to day the loss In property would be aI thousand mlllon dollars and the loss of life would be appalling An earthquake occurred In Inyo valley California In 1S72 The chief shock lasted but a few minutes andt those which followed at Interval d were far Inferior In violence The series continued for two or three dongtherangCor+ Tinlande space of several feet Other smaller lat eral fissures were formed Tho greatest alltwriver wnf ttemporarily swallowed in the Village of all1 throwndoInhabitants were killed Ik Rnbsrrllw for Tho tan PRESSTJJL =BUTTON flllli hl nasaSELF FILLING FOUNTAIN PEN The SlmlmIItatall- aadl t tit and ealr Perfect rifdmag Pen No rLue filer ggtegorYodmplypreutbebaaog u la theptctareudtbspea till IIa a Sub Writ tit wIant It touchu the ppr E le150J No if with 14 ktntiolU Iota pea point tacit vulcanized rubber u4 rant guaranteed E withoWbeadbead 25 0Elar 1300 with toldband 400- SoUfcrSuio V tad Oilier Store Ark YOUR DEALER Itbe dotinl Kll you tbe Eagle PLASH Fountain PeHtkei seed the retail price direct to U Each pen sbototdy pal anteedEagle Pencil Co Manufacturer 377Brodwy Nw York RED HEADED MEN a4 e IMMUXfc PROM IllTB OF DKADIA MIHSOUUI SNAKK It cp UPS Smell jthe Iron In System iuul 1 ear They Will Break Their FniiR I II jI St Louis Globe Democrat Speaking of snakes broke in the amateur liar I saw sorffething not long ago up In Bono county that bent the record of Intelligence In the Cam ily of reptllla Go on Youll toll It anyhow growled the man who does nQt be lieve cThis snake said the amateur lIar with unabated cheerfulness was what they call a spread head not a spreading adder mind you but a spread head I know sold tho first savant The spreading adder or puff adder ax 1lls sometimes atyltHl has the power of expanding Its entire hotly so that Instead of being an Inch In diameter It Is three or tour Inches wide The spread head Is much larger frequently attaining a length of tour feollt cannot swell Its body to the same degree that the spread adder can but It can enlarge tU head In a manner that would make a chain plop prize tighter feed ilko three dimes with holes In them Thais the kind Im talking about said the amateur liar I went up against one of that breed and got lessons In wisdom that put a copper rivet on my faith In the statement that the serpent Is the subtlest beast of the field It was a cool morning and I thought all lawabiding snakes would be In them holes but as the sun came out and I ran across half a dozen or so of grass and garter snakes which tho three boys with me thought were nice thiass to throw at each other I began to take notice where I was stepping as tine boys mentioned In a casual sort of way that there were rattlers and spread heads and a good many copper heads around the hedgesPretty soon one of the boys found a spread head Ho was an ugly varmint about three and a half feet long a rusty black In color and thick after the manner of most veno mous reptiles Ho was coiled and had his head about eighteen Inches from the ground Tile boys drove the dogs away and set to work to tease the spread head They would poke a gun barrel In front of him and try to make him strike The snake would run out his forked tongue and look desperately wicked hut he would not strike lies got no fangs said I Oh nlnt her said Emmet Watch him now lie picked up a dried cornstal1 and poked It at the spread head Xlpl That big ugly head swollen till It looked like pictures of the cobra shot out and I caught a glimpse ofj the crooked fangs as they sank Into the soft pith of the cornstalk Now watch hero said Emmet and he tried to mako the spread head strike at the barrel of his gun The snake wouldnt do It Tho cornstall was advanced again and the snake struck at It We could see the poi son squirt from his tangs and he was mbout the most earnest snake that ever there was Well sir we played witty that snake for a long time and wo never did get him tto bite at Iron You see he was wise enough to know that he would break his teeth Of course he was said the sa vant Lots of snakes arc that way When I was a boy up In Calloway county we used to try to provoke TheBitter iWail WRITE US FREELY yourtroublesTREE ADVICE In plain sealed envelope and a val uable book on Home Treatment for Women It TheChattaAOggaI G SJ t o i them spread heads to bite nt pitchforks bui they havoc would do It I reckon they smell tho Iron which Is why so few redheaded men get snake lilt Thoy have so much Iron In the blood that tho snake gets scared IMIKSIDKXTS IllOCKAMATIOX Urges That Relief Funds lie Sent to jlod Cross Society T Wq minion April 21 Preldent Roosevelt after a conference with Miss Mabel Board awn of thn Ameri can Red Cross has Issued an appeal to the American people to aid San Francisco Ho asked that all con tributions be made through the oil dais of tho American N4tibnkhRed Cross who have effected systematic arrangements to distribute needed assistance Tho full text of the prts Ideals proclamation follows In the face of so terrible And ap palling a national calamity aa that which has befallen San Francisco the outpouring of tho nations aid should as far as possible bo entrust od to the American Red Cross the national organization best fitted to undertake such relief work A spec tally appointed Red Cross agent Dr Edward Divine starts today from Now York for California to cooperate there with the Rer Cross branch In thin work of relief In order that this Work may be well systematized and In order that the contributions which I am sure win flow In with lavish generosity may bo wisely administered I nppcav to the pepplo of the United States of all cities chambers of commerce boards of trade relief committee and Individuals to express their sympa thy nnd render their aid by contri butions to the American National Red Cross treasurer Washington D C Mr Jab H Schlff New York Red Cross treasurer or other local Red Cross treasurers to be forwarded by theRedifornia Signed THBODORK ROOSEVELT O JOTS Till COMMKUCIAtj 0 O OIUll AM IIKM UlTIM O o ur rmmir o 0 Tho Faducah Commercial 0 0 club stantla for the progress and 0 O prosperity of Paducah anti Me 0 O Cracken county oy O Time Paducnh Commercial 0 OClub stands for more factories 0 O and j 0j0 mont CWour laboring people 0 0 The Paducah Commercial 0 0 Club stands for more railroads 0 O and better transportation by 0 O rail and water 0 0 Tho Paducnh Commercial 0 O Club stand for moro sewerage ti 0 and better IInnltatfono-o The Paducah Commercial 0 O Club stands for more farmers 0 O on our vacant lands 0 O Tho Paducah Commercial O O Club stands for bettpr nnd high 0 O or education We want a col 0 O lego In Paducahtt 0 0 The Paducah Commercial 0 O Cub stands and Is working for 0 O fifty thousand population in 0 O 1910 and all else that means 0 0 the prosperity of our people 0 IO Wimnt Do YOJI Stand For 0 3 Wo Invite you to Join with 0 0 us and assist In making a 0 O united effort for better condl O 0 Uons In all things in our home 0 O city 0 0 Our doors are open and all 0 O are welcome whether members 0 O or not Bring your visiting 0 O friends to our headquarters 0 OPADUOAII COMMERCIAL CLUB 0 O D W Coons Secretary 0 0 11C S Fourth St 0- oooooouooooo In Persia there are no distilleries breweries or public houses and na lye wino Is the only Intoxicating beverage used ONE KESTUCRIAN WAS IX A SANTA ItOHA 1IOTKL W1IKX IT VKII bm iIDiiK Out by Itoscuers When 1tfttHcvrral Tlimi After Five + lloursdf It Oakland Oal April 21c AtDuffy of Owensboro Ky who lugs been In Santa Rosa since last October was tho only ono out of several a score to escape from tho floor In which ho was quart red In tho St Hose Hotel at Santa Rosa Ho came to Oakland an his motorcycle otter he was released and tellspa thrilling story of his rescue and the condition of affairs In general at Santa Rosa Mr Duffy says when time shock came ho rushed for the stairway but the building was swaying anti shak- Ing so that ho could make no headway and he turned bickMHe throw himself In front of the dresser In his rpom trusting to that object to I protect him from the falling timbers + This move saved his life Tho dress er held up tho beanie which tumbled over him and those In turn protected him somewhat front the falling mats of debrisf Imprisoned flvo hours said Mr Duffy before finally being rescued Three times I tried to call ant rescuers heard mo but could not locale my position from the sound of my voice and I could hear them going away after getting close to me Finally I got hold of a lath trout tho ruins around me poked It through a hole left by tho falling of a steam pipe and by using It and yelling at time same Imo finally man aged to show time people where I was There were about 300 people killed In the destruction of the thnv i hotels and no fewer than GOO In time whole townIThe business section of the place collapsed to the ground almost In aide of five minutes Then tho fire started and burned tPotirth street from one end to the other starting at each end and meeting In the middle thus sweeping over the ruins oath burning the Imprisoned persons I saw two arms protruding from the debris and waving frantically There was so muck oleo however the screams could not bo heard Just then as I looked tho flames swept over them and cruelly finished the work begun by the earthquake Till sight sickened mo and I turned away Senleure Sernuns If your religIon Interferes with your business the chances are It needs to 9Thofor religion will always bo In lives rather than In libraries 11 To bounder obligation to a bail man Is next door to being obliged to ho ball iMoro people arc ridiculed on account of assumed virtues I than through real faults Better pass up the offering than waste your genius trying to make a nickel look like a dollar When Borrow knocks atjho heart i the wise man lots her Inj she 1 is often only Joys messenger It Is better to over estimate your own worth than to waste all you have whllte envying that of others The man who Is afraid of being first can be sure of one thing that itorr t will not be last In the list of failures As soon as the church gets to Wor rylng over the figure It cuts It ccasei to cut any figure at all In the world A good many churches would bo a good deal moro prosperous If they had shorter prayers In the pulpit and longer ones In the plateChlcngorTribune Ii When Women SufferJi j u0naturalandl prmsshouldersgrIndingpaInsgentleassistance WIFE CAROU1 Womans Relief My back ached every month writes Mrs Francis J Ashburn of Clatkrange Tenn I I dayWithoutI not sleep nights Doctors tried but failed to give me permanent relief I began to take purelyvegetableI t l t womanly r sand by strengthening and fitting them to do their natural work it has re stored to health thousands hopeless Invalids Try ItFAt Every Drug Store In 100 Bottles i A = C = 1fL == T